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  • Hoops For a Cause going virtual for Finnley

    Hoops For a Cause going virtual for Finnley0

    HAVRE — Basketball coaches from the entire Frontier Conference will be hosting a free virtual coaches clinic on Zoom July 29 and 30 as this year’s Hoops For A Cause event. Every coach from the league’s six men’s and women’s teams will be presenting for 30 minutes on one of the two nights. Hoops For

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  • Muckers pick up road split

    Muckers pick up road split0

    MISSOULA — The Butte Muckers went on the road Wednesday and split a doubleheader with the Missoula Mavericks B team. The Muckers won the opener 9-0 before the Mavs battled back to salvage the sweep with an 11-5 win in the night cap. The 17-6 Muckers play their final home games of the season at

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  • Family matters, tennis titles decided on Stodden courts

    Family matters, tennis titles decided on Stodden courts0

    Wednesday night was Family Night as the City tennis tournament came to a close on the Stodden Park courts. Three members of the Bentley family played a part in the three championship matches. The Reilly and Rakich families were well represented as well. Mavis Bentley and Jennie Reilly teamed to knock off Molly Bentley and

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  • Bulldogs pick Jorgensen to lead volleyball program

    Bulldogs pick Jorgensen to lead volleyball program0

    Butte High’s search for a volleyball coach has come to an end. Anaconda High head coach Shane Jorgensen has been offered and accepted the position. The move is pending school board approval, which is expected on Monday. “It was not an easy decision,” Jorgensen said of the move to the Mining City. “I could not

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  • Andrews, Blow honing their Ninja Warrior skills

    Andrews, Blow honing their Ninja Warrior skills0

    By Bill Foley A garage at the Andrews residence in Butte has been turned into a Ninja gym. The gym features a “salmon ladder,” and other bars and obstacles set up for American Ninja Warrior training. A 14-foot “warped wall” stands just outside the garage doors. On the garage floor sits a large miter saw,

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  • Bandits sweep past Miners in key twin bill

    Bandits sweep past Miners in key twin bill0

    By Bill Foley The Butte Miners got a glimpse of where they want and need to be Tuesday night. Belgrade swept a Southern A doubleheader from the Miners, winning 13-8 and 10-3 on Miners Field at 3 Legends Stadium. The sweep, which was the second at the hands of the Bandits this season, means the

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  • Little League heartbreak could have been avoided

    Little League heartbreak could have been avoided3

    Counting to 20 before sending an email is a practice that I always say I should follow. Since I never do that, I often get myself into trouble. With that theory in mind, tonight I should probably count before writing this column. One Mississippi, two Mississippi, three Mississippi … The problem is that I could

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  • Little League season ended

    Little League season ended0

    Butte’s Little League season is over. Because the COVID-19 pandemic is hitting too close for comfort, the baseball and softball seasons were called off late Monday night. Mike Duffy of the Mile High Little League announced the decision to Butte Sports. The cancellation goes for Mile High as well as the Northwest Little League and

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  • City tennis tournaments begin at Stodden Park

    City tennis tournaments begin at Stodden Park0

    The numbers were down from last year, but the tennis was just as intense Monday evening as the City tennis tournaments kicked off on the Stodden Park courts. In all, 36 men and women are playing in three tournaments — men’s singles, men’s doubles and women’s doubles. There were not enough women to play a

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  • Adult softball league suspends play for COVID

    Adult softball league suspends play for COVID0

    The softball fields at Stodden Park were silent Monday night, and they will stay that way for at least the next week. The Butte-Silver Bow Parks and Recreation softball league suspended play for this week because one of its players tested positive for COVID-19. The announcement was made on the “Butte Adult Softball” Facebook page

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  • Saluting Our 2020 seniors: Johnson and Sherman

    Saluting Our 2020 seniors: Johnson and Sherman0

    For many years, we have known that Butte High and Butte Central would each have an outstanding senior class of athletes for the 2019-20 school year. Those seniors, who are now graduates, have proven us correct by giving us four years of memorable performances that spanned the fall, winter and spring. The COVID-19 pandemic, however,

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  • Bucs cool off Miners

    Bucs cool off Miners0

    FLORENCE — The Bitterroot Bucks swept a non-conference doubleheader with the Butte Miners Sunday. The Bucs walked off on an error for a 6-5 win over in the opener. Bitterroot completed the sweep with a 13-8 victory in Game 2. Butte, which fell to 21-11 overall, jumps back into Southern A play Tuesday when the

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  • Health Department considers face-mask order

    Health Department considers face-mask order0

    The Butte-Silver Bow Health Department is considering a mandatory face-mask order after announcing Sunday that the county has two new confirmed cases of COVID-19. The county Board of Health will hold a special meeting at 5 p.m. Wednesday to begin discussion about issuing a board rule and a health officer’s order related to mandatory use

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  • Muckers sweep Belgrade B

    Muckers sweep Belgrade B0

    The Butte Muckers trailed in both games with the Belgrade Bandits B team Saturday at 3 Legends Stadium. Both games, though, ended very much in favor of the home team. The Muckers won the opener 11-7 before rolling to an 18-4 victory to complete the sweep on Miners Field. Butte, which improved to 16-5, is

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  • Miners rout, walk past Bozeman Bucks

    Miners rout, walk past Bozeman Bucks0

    By Bruce Sayler   Butte Miners head coach Jeff LeProwse talked worryingly a little bit about “having to do more than just think” to win a ballgame.  He was right, of course. The action, the application has to be in effect, too. Bozeman had just proven that in an example that benefitted LeProwse and the Miners.

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