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  • Icedogs avenge defeat, down Cobras 5-1

    Icedogs avenge defeat, down Cobras 5-10

    BOZEMAN — Five different Bozeman players scored goals Saturday night as the Icedogs avenged Wednesday’s loss to Butte with a 5-1 NA3HL Frontier Division win over the Cobras at the Haynes Pavilion. (Stats) The Icedogs led 4-0 before Randy Yeakley got the Cobras on the board with a goal late in the third period. Zane

  • Cobras fall in overtime

    Cobras fall in overtime0

    GREAT FALLS — For the second straight game, the Butte Cobras played into overtime. This time, however, it did not go Butte’s way. Connor Doyle scored 4 minutes, 53 seconds into the 5-minute extra frame Friday night, and the Great Falls Americans beat the Cobras 3-2 in an NA3HL Frontier Division game at the Ice

  • Knockin’ on a dream

    Knockin’ on a dream0

    Sommer looking forward to homecoming with Tommyknockers By Bill Foley Liam Sommer has been delivering in the Mining City for years. In Little League, Sommer helped win a city championship as a member of the North West Little League’s Duggan Dolan Mortuary team. He helped send his 13-year-old All-Star team to California for the Regional

  • Yotes top Diggers in Dillon

    Yotes top Diggers in Dillon0

    DILLON — Jalen Galloway scored 21 points to lead four College of Idaho players in double figures Friday, and the Yotes topped Montana Tech 79-70 in a non-conference men’s basketball game at the Straugh Gymnasium. (Stats) The game was the season opener for the Coyotes, who got 13 points from Ivory Miles-Williams, 11 from Johnny

  • Friday’s Hot Ticket: Diggers, Cobras

    Friday’s Hot Ticket: Diggers, Cobras0

    Men’s college basketball Montana Tech vs. The College of Idaho in Dillon, 4 p.m. The Orediggers will finally play their second game of the season when they take on the Yotes at the Straugh Gymnasium. No fans will be admitted to the game. Thanks to a handful of cancellations, the Orediggers have not played since

  • Cobras ice Icedogs in OT for first win of season

    Cobras ice Icedogs in OT for first win of season0

    HELENA — An empty arena was no problem for the Butte Cobras Wednesday afternoon. Nick Bradshaw scored 3 minutes, 21 seconds into overtime to give the Cobras a 6-5 NA3HL Frontier Division victory over the Bozeman Ice Dogs at the Helena Arena. (Stats) The game was moved to Helene because of COVID-19 restrictions. The win

  • O’Neill officially signs with Jamestown Jimmies

    O’Neill officially signs with Jamestown Jimmies0

    Kian O’Neill is officially a Jimmy. The Butte High senior signed an NAIA National Letter of Intent o play baseball at the University of Jamestown Wednesday afternoon in a short ceremony at Butte High’s Richardson Gym. O’Neill committed to the North Dakota school early this month. The signing comes after O’Neill helped lead the Butte

  • Cobras moved to Helena

    Cobras moved to Helena0

    Wednesday’s game between the Butte Cobras and Bozeman Icedogs scheduled for the Butte Community Ice Center has been moved to Helena. The Cobras website said the reason for the move is restrictions put in place because of the coronavirus pandemic. Game time is 1:30 p.m., and no fans will be allowed to attend. The game

  • Tech women’s game canceled

    Tech women’s game canceled0

    Montana Tech’s women’s basketball team will not be going to Pocatello to play Idaho State after all. The exhibition game with the Bengals of the Big Sky Conference was canceled, according to the Idaho State website. The school cited COVID-19 protocols in announcing that it will not play games at Carroll College’s Thanksgiving Classic this

  • Tech’s Kakalecik, Richtman named All-Conference

    Tech’s Kakalecik, Richtman named All-Conference0

    WHITEFISH — The Frontier Conference announced the Cross Country All-Conference Teams today. Montana Tech placed one runner on each of the men’s and women’s teams. Henry Kakalecik and Becca Richtman were selected for the all-conference squads. Kakalecik, a freshman from Great Falls, Montana, finished seventh at the Frontier Conference Championship. He finished in fifth place

  • Western women sign Glacier’s Emma Anderson

    Western women sign Glacier’s Emma Anderson0

    DILLON — University of Montana Western head women’s basketball coach Lindsay Wooley announced today the signing of Glacier High School’s Emma Anderson to a NAIA National Letter of Intent. Anderson, a 6-foot-2 forward from Kalispell, is an all-conference selection. As a junior she averaged eight points, seven rebounds and one steal per game helping lead the

  • BC football coach shares his cancer story

    BC football coach shares his cancer story0

    Peoples grateful he was tested early By Tanner Gooch Communications Manager, St. James Healthcare When Don Peoples, Jr. was not feeling well in the spring of 2018 he thought he would go in for a routine check-up to get a better understanding of what was making him feel sick. He certainly did not think that


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