• LeProwse’s Buccaneers win Region XIII softball title0

    ROSEMONT, Minn. — The Dawson Community College women’s softball team claimed the Region XIII championship Sunday. The Buccaneers beat Dakota County Technical College 9-3 in the championship game, giving the Bucs thier second straight title and third crown in four years. Butte native Jimmy LeProwse is the head coach of the Buccaneers. He was named

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  • LeProwse, Buccaneers win fifth straight Mon-Dak title0

    GLENDIVE — The Dawson Community College Buccaneers are once again the softball champions of the Mon-Dak Conference. The Buccaneers won their fifth straight league title this season. All have come under sixth-year head coach Jimmy LeProwse, a Butte native and former head coach of the Butte Muckers. LeProwse also led the Bucs to a second-place

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  • BC grad Kevin Peoples accepts job at Tulane2

    NEW ORLEANS — Kevin Peoples has landed in the Big Easy. The 1989 Butte Central graduate has joined head coach Willie Fritz’s coaching staff at Tulane University. Peoples will serve as the defensive line coach. The school announced the hiring late last week. Peoples, who was a four-year starter at linebacker at Carroll College, heads

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  • Lexie Nelson signs pro contract in Finland0

    Lexie Nelson’s coaching career will have to wait a while. The former Butte High Bulldog and Eastern Washington Eagle signed a one-year contract with the Kotka Peli-Karhut in the Finnish SM-Sarja League. Slan Sports Management announced the signing Saturday. Nelson is a 5-foot-6 guard who averaged 14.6 points per game over three seasons at Eastern

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  • Mike Person starts at center for Atlanta Falcons0

    The first Monday Night Football game of the season had some serious Butte interest. Glendive native and former Montana State Bobcat Mike Person started at center for the Atlanta Falcons at the Georgia Dome. The Falcons beat the Philadelphia Eagles in a 26-24 thriller. Person is the son of Jim Person and the late Shelly

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  • Craig Mills will once again umpire Legion World Series0

    Butte native Craig Mills will serve as an umpire at the American Legion World Series, which starts Thursday in Shelby, North Carolina. This will mark the third time Mills, a Burley, Idaho, resident, will umpire the pinnacle of the American Legion baseball season. Mills, a 1983 graduate of Butte Central, is the son of Butte

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