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  • Montana Western names new head volleyball coach

    Montana Western names new head volleyball coach0

    DILLON — Montana Western announced that Katie Lovett has been named head volleyball coach of the Bulldogs. Western Athletic Director Bill Wilson made the announcement this morning. “We are excited to have Katie Lovett join the Montana Western Family as our next head volleyball coach.” Wilson said. “Katie brings great experience as a collegiate assistant

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  • Thaiwoo Duals see Wilson race to sixth place

    Thaiwoo Duals see Wilson race to sixth place0

    From FIS-ski reports The first dual moguls competition of the season took place on day two of the FIS Freestyle Ski World Cup event in Thaiwoo with Jaelin Kauf of the United States and Mikael Kingsbury of Canada once again coming on top of the field to cap off an exciting weekend of moguls action

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  • Kings settle for fourth

    Kings settle for fourth0

    The CDA Academy from Coeur d’Alene, Idaho, beat Bozeman 7-0 in Sunday’s championship game of the Butte Bantam Tournament at the Butte Community Ice Center. The win capped an undefeated tournament for CDA, which closed the tournament at 5-0. The host Copper City Kings settled for fourth place. The Butte boys fell 3-0 to Teton

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  • KC basketball schedule

    KC basketball schedule0

    Following is the Knights of Columbus Athletic Club’s four-man basketball schedule for the week of Dec. 17. Monday 6 p.m. — MPP vs. C Squad 7 p.m. — Oasis vs. Gun No Run 8 p.m. — Oasis vs. Logan’s 9 p.m. — Logan’s vs. Crystal Coyotes Rider Gang Tuesday 6 p.m. — Butte Rats vs.

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  • Copper City Kings will play for third at Bantam Tourney

    Copper City Kings will play for third at Bantam Tourney0

    Butte’s Copper City Kings will play for third place of the Butte Bantam Tournament Sunday at the Butte Community Ice Rink. The Kings will battle Teton Valley at 9 a.m. The CDA Academy of Coeur d’Alene, Idaho, will take on Bozeman in the championship match at 11. Butte went 0-3-1 on the tournament. Teton Valley

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  • Bridger Chambers finishes NFR as No. 2 in the world

    Bridger Chambers finishes NFR as No. 2 in the world0

    LAS VEGAS — Bridger Chambers said he was going to swing for the fences as he he headed to the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo. Well, Chambers connected and gave it a ride. The Stevensville native who lives in Butte closed the 10-night event as the No. 2 steer wrestler in the world. Chambers tied for

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  • Saturday’s scores

    Saturday’s scores0

    BOYS PREP BASKETBALL Arlee 61, Seeley-Swan 39 Big Timber 44, Three Forks 42 Bigfork 64, Anaconda 26 Billings Skyview 61, Helena Capital 53, OT Billings West 47, Laurel 46 Butte Central 80, Stevensville 47 Cascade 54, Dutton-Brady 37 Columbus 44, Shepherd 41 Fairfield 63, Rocky Boy 49 Fort Benton 71, Turner 67, 2OT Frenchtown 61,

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  • Bulldogs post strong times in Missoula pool

    Bulldogs post strong times in Missoula pool0

    MISSOULA — Butte High’s swimming teams closed out their pre-Christmas schedule with impressive performances at the Missoula Invitationa. “There were some good swims today,” Bulldog coach Lynn Shrader said. “Even those who weren’t in the top ten swam hard and almost every swimmer swam personal best times.” On the girls side, Anna Trudnowski,  Catherine Russo

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  • Wilson places seventh in China World Cup event

    Wilson places seventh in China World Cup event0

    From FIS-Freestyle Ski reports The FIS Freestyle Ski moguls World Cup got right back to business on Saturday with Jaelin Kauf of the United States and Mikael Kingsbury of Canada taking victories in the first of back-to-back competitions scheduled for this weekend in China’s prime ski resort at Thaiwoo. Brad Wilson of Butte was the

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  • Balanced Maroons roll to 80-47 win at Stevi

    Balanced Maroons roll to 80-47 win at Stevi0

    STEVENSVILLE — Five Maroons scored in double figures Saturday, and Butte Central’s boys’ basketball team rolled to an 80-47 victory over Stevensville. The victory ran BC’s record to 4-0 overall and 2-0 in Southwestern A play. Cade Holter paced the Maroons with 16 points in a game that saw the Maroons outscore Stevi 53-29 in

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  • Gransbery wins CMR title, Bulldogs place third

    Gransbery wins CMR title, Bulldogs place third0

    GREAT FALLS — Sophomore Keagan Gransbery led the way Saturday as Butte High’s wrestling placed third at the CMR Holiday Classic at the CMR Fieldhouse. Gransbery took home the championship in the 103-pound division. In doing so, he ran his record to 16-0 on the season. Gransbery beat Circle’s Krayle Stormer, the No. 1 ranked

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  • BC girls break through, bring down Yellowjackets

    BC girls break through, bring down Yellowjackets0

    By Bruce Sayler Growing pains subsided a bit with a win for the Butte Central girls’ basketball team Saturday. For the most on the Maroons’ roster, the 40-30 victory at the Maroon Activities Center over Southwestern A Conference opponent Stevensville, it was the first in their varsity infancy. We’re only four games into the 2018-19

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  • Friday’s scores

    Friday’s scores0

    BOYS PREP BASKETBALL Big Timber 64, Townsend 33 Billings Central 64, Lewistown (Fergus) 48 Billings Skyview 57, Helena 48 Box Elder 50, Chester-Joplin-Inverness 25 Bridger 51, Broadview-Lavina 50, OT Butte Central 55, Frenchtown 45 Cascade 59, Valier 36 Charlo 45, St. Regis 39 Chinook 56, Hays-Lodgepole 44 Colstrip 46, Glendive 42 Culbertson 65, Brockton 19

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  • ‘Scrappy’ Bulldogs sit in second at CMR tournament

    ‘Scrappy’ Bulldogs sit in second at CMR tournament0

    GREAT FALLS — Butte High wrestling coach Cory Johnston called it a “pretty scrappy” Friday. As the dust settled after Day 1 at the CMR Holiday Classic, Johnston’s Bulldogs found themselves sitting in second place in the tournament that saw 53 teams score points. The tournament includes a 64-person bracket in each weight class. Butte

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  • Maroon boys buck Broncs, run record to 3-0

    Maroon boys buck Broncs, run record to 3-00

    FRENCHTOWN — Make it 3 for 3 for the Butte Central boys’ basketball team. Butte Central jumped out to a commanding lead and held on for a 55-45 Southwestern A victory over Frenchtown Friday night. The win lifts BC to 3-0 on the young season. Senior Cade Holter scored 11 points to lead the Maroons

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