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  • Loggers top Maroons for third-place trophy

    Loggers top Maroons for third-place trophy0

    HAMILTON — Butte Central’s girls’ basketball team will represent the Western A as the No. 4 seed at the March 7-9 Class A State tournament in Great Falls. The Maroons settled for fourth Saturday afternoon, falling 36-30 in the third-place game of the Western A Divisional tournament on the Dale Berry Court. (Stats) Jayden Winslow

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  • Brad bronzes podium spot in Japan moguls

    Brad bronzes podium spot in Japan moguls0

    From FIS-Ski reports The FIS Freestyle Ski moguls World Cup was back in action on Saturday in Japan’s Akita prefecture ski resort of Tazawako, with Perrine Laffont of France and Mikael Kingsbury of Canada taking top spots on day one of back-to-back competitions scheduled for this this weekend in the land of the rising sun.

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  • Maroon games on KOPR

    Maroon games on KOPR0

    Both Butte Central basketball games will be broadcast live today on KOPR (94.1 FM, online or on the KOPR app). The Butte Central girls will play Libby in the third-place game at 3:30 p.m. Central’s boys will play Hamilton in the championship game at 8:30 p.m.

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  • Butte Central girls book trip to state tournament

    Butte Central girls book trip to state tournament0

    HAMILTON — The Maroons are going to state. Butte Central beat Hamilton 38-33 this morning in a loser-out game of the Western A Divisional girls’ basketball tournament at the Hamilton Middle School. The win sends BC the third-place game against Libby at 3:30 p.m. on the Dale Berry Court. More importantly, the win sends BC

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  • Butte teams go 2-0 to open state hockey tournament

    Butte teams go 2-0 to open state hockey tournament0

    The two Copper City Kings teams competing in the 10U State B/C hockey tournament each went 2-0 Friday at the Butte Community Ice Center. Butte’s Class B team knocked off Bozeman 16-3 before beating Bozeman 9-3. Butte’s Class C team topped Great Falls 3-2 before skating past Havre 6-2. Play in the three-day tournament resumes

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  • Broncs take down Beavers to set up battle with BC

    Broncs take down Beavers to set up battle with BC0

    HAMILTON — For the second Saturday night in a row, Butte Central will play Hamilton with a first-place trophy on the line. The host Hamilton Broncs topped Dillon 52-39 in the semifinals of the Western A Divisional tournament Friday night. The win sends the Broncs to Saturday’s 8:30 p.m. championship game against Butte Central. (Stats)

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  • Friday’s scores

    Friday’s scores0

    BOYS PREP BASKETBALL  Butte 72, Billings Senior 65, 2OT Great Falls 70, Billings West 65 Great Falls Russell 57, Billings Skyview 53, OT Missoula Sentinel 43, Kalispell Glacier 32 Eastern A at MetraPark Loser Out Laurel 44, Lewistown (Fergus) 40 Sidney 54, Havre 49 Semifinal Billings Central 65, Miles City 27 Hardin 53, Livingston 41

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  • Maroons down Indians in ‘epic’ semifinal battle

    Maroons down Indians in ‘epic’ semifinal battle0

    HAMILTON — The name of the division might change, but some things never do. When the Butte Central Maroons and Browning Indians meet on the basketball court, something incredible usually happens. Friday night, it was the Maroons pulling off a thrilling 58-56 overtime victory over Browning in the semifinals of the Western A Divisional tournament

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  • Mellott, Bulldogs buck Broncs in double overtime

    Mellott, Bulldogs buck Broncs in double overtime0

    BILLINGS — What a way to end the regular season. Junior Tommy Mellott came off the bench to score 27 points to lead the way Friday night as Butte High knocked off Billings Senior 72-65 in double overtime. The win was Butte High’s first in Eastern AA play and sends the Bulldogs to next week’s

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  • Rocky tops Orediggers in overtime

    Rocky tops Orediggers in overtime0

    By Bruce Sayler Montana Tech wasn’t in the mood for excuses Friday night. The Orediggers could’ve made plenty. Flat and tired are only two. Head coach Adam Jensen, though, wasn’t ready to assign blame anywhere else after the 84-80 overtime loss to Rocky Mountain in a Frontier Conference college men’s basketball game in the Montana

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  • Butte High girls roll to victory on Senior Night

    Butte High girls roll to victory on Senior Night0

    By Bill Foley For a little more than 7 minutes Friday night, the Butte High girl played their worst basketball of the season. The Bulldogs, who just came off of an emotional Senior Night ceremony, couldn’t buy a bucket. They missed their first shot possession after possession and didn’t have one second-chance look. They found

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  • Browning girls send Maroons to consolation

    Browning girls send Maroons to consolation0

    HAMILTON — This time, the Maroons couldn’t overcome a slow start. Browning jumped out to a 17-3 lead, and the Indians beat the Maroons 52-18 in the semifinals of the Western A Divisional girls’ basketball tournament on the Dale Berry Court. (Stats) Taylor Jordon scored 14 points and grabbed 10 rebounds to lead the Indians

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  • Battlin’ Bears turn back Oredigger women

    Battlin’ Bears turn back Oredigger women0

    By Bruce Sayler The game was catch and Montana Tech couldn’t, despite repeated runs. Rocky Mountain took its lead, stayed ahead and defeated the Orediggers 83-75 Friday evening in a Frontier Conference college women’s basketball regular-season finale in the Montana Tech HPER Complex. (Stats) Butte Central graduate Kloie Thatcher cinched up the Battlin’ Bears victory

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  • Wildkats edge Loggers

    Wildkats edge Loggers0

    HAMILTON — Columbia Falls held off Libby for a 37-33 victory tonight in the semifinals of the Western A Divisional tournament. (Stats) Ryley Kehr scored 17 points to lead the Pirates, who ran their record to 21-1 with their 11th straight victory. Trista Cowan added 10 points. Alli Collins tossed in eight points to pace

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  • 10 Orediggers named Academic All-Conference

    10 Orediggers named Academic All-Conference0

    WHITEFISH — The Frontier Conference released the Academic All-Conference men’s and women’s basketball teams today, and 10 Orediggers made the grade. To be eligible for the team, the student-athlete must be at least a sophomore in standing, maintain a 3.0 GPA and be enrolled at school the previous two semesters. Four Tech women made the

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