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  • Warriors sweep Dawgs

    Warriors sweep Dawgs0

    LEWISTON, Idaho — Lewis-Clark State College swept a Frontier Conference basketball doubleheader with Montana Western Thursday night at the Activity Center. The Warriors won the women’s game 61-40 (stats) before completing the sweep with a 85-61 (stats) win in the men’s game. Kiara Burlage notched her fifth double-double of the season to lead the No.

  • Orediggers stay hot with rout of Battlin’ Bears

    Orediggers stay hot with rout of Battlin’ Bears0

    By Bill Foley Taylor England and Dylan Pannabecker could tell something historic was going on Thursday night. Toward the end of the Oredigger’s 81-53 win over Rocky Mountain College at the HPER Complex, the two Oredigger men’s basketball players started doing the math and talking history. (Stats) “Me and Dillon were actually talking during the

  • Thursday’s scores

    Thursday’s scores0

    BOYS PREP BASKETBALL Anaconda 47, Whitehall 40 Billings Central 67, Livingston 44 Billings West 59, Belgrade 40 Carter County 55, Custer-Hysham 24 Chinook 75, Big Sandy 43 Colstrip 72, Shepherd 40 Denton-Geyser-Stanford 73, Hobson-Moore-Judith Gap 63 Dutton-Brady 46, Geraldine/Highwood 36 Fairview 78, Circle 32 Hamilton 64, Corvallis 39 Hot Springs 79, Two Eagle River 67

  • Bulldogs show off depth in victory over Beavers

    Bulldogs show off depth in victory over Beavers0

    DILLON — Butte High’s wrestling team has a boat load of depth this season. That was apparent Thursday night as the Bulldogs bulldozed their way to a 52-18 win over the Dillon Beavers in a non-conference dual at the B.W. Lodge Gymnasium. Butte High, which wrestled a handful of their backup guys, used seven pins,

  • Friday’s Hot Ticket: Maroons, Dogs, Cobras

    Friday’s Hot Ticket: Maroons, Dogs, Cobras0

    Prep girls’ basketball Stevensville at Butte Central, 7:15 p.m. The Maroons (1-10, 0-5) will play at home for the first time since Jan. 4 when they battle the Yellowjackets in the Southwestern A game at the Maroon Activities Center. Sophomore Sofee Thatcher averages 8.7 points and 4.6 rebounds for the Maroons, who are looking to

  • Battlin’ Bears erase deficit, bring down Tech women

    Battlin’ Bears erase deficit, bring down Tech women0

    By Bruce Sayler Montana Tech needs a closer to emerge. The Orediggers lost 63-52 to 20th-ranked Rocky Mountain Thursday night in a Frontier Conference college women’s basketball game. It was Montana Tech’s fifth straight loss and marked the third time in the stretch the Orediggers carried a lead into the fourth quarter before falling short.

  • Peltomaa Pre-Super Bowl party will be Friday

    Peltomaa Pre-Super Bowl party will be Friday0

    The Jim Peltomaa Pre-Super Bowl Party hosted by Mining City Little Guy Football will be held Friday at the McQueen Athletic Club. Doors open at 6 p.m., and tickets are $10. Children 12 and under are free, and complimentary appetizers will be served. Memorial bottomless glasses will be sold for $20, a silent auction will

  • Thursday’s Hot Ticket: Bulldogs, Orediggers

    Thursday’s Hot Ticket: Bulldogs, Orediggers0

    Prep wrestling Butte High at Dillon, 6:30 p.m. The Bulldogs hit the road for a non-conference dual with the Beavers at the B.W. Lodge Gymnasium. Butte High is coming off a fourth-place performance at the Jug Beck Rocky Mountain Classic in Missoula. Keagan Gransbery placed second at 120 pounds to lead the Bulldogs at that

  • New Oredigger coach meets media, fans

    New Oredigger coach meets media, fans0

    By Bill Foley When Chuck Morrell left Montana Tech for an assistant coaching job at Fresno State, the easy choice would have been to immediately promote Kyle Samson to head football coach. Promoting the Orediggers’ offensive coordinator with a strong record in the Frontier Conference would have also been the popular choice on campus and

  • Cascade Conference lists academic winners

    Cascade Conference lists academic winners0

    CORVALLIS, Ore. — A total of 164 Cascade Collegiate Conference student-athletes in the winter sports of men’s and women’s basketball and men’s and women’s wrestling have earned U.S. Bank Academic All-CCC honors for their performances in the classroom, the conference office announced. To earn recognition as a CCC scholar-athlete, a student must have a minimum

  • Tuesday’s scores

    Tuesday’s scores0

    BOYS PREP BASKETBALL Billings West 45, Bozeman 41 Heart Butte 61, Conrad 45 Kalispell Flathead 60, Columbia Falls 55 Libby 56, Troy 25 Roundup 63, Winnett 54 St. Labre 71, Forsyth 59 Thompson Falls 68, Noxon 34 Three Forks 65, Anaconda 57 GIRLS PREP BASKETBALL Anaconda 49, Three Forks 39 Billings West 58, Bozeman 47

  • Advantage Butte celebrates success from MHSA talks

    Advantage Butte celebrates success from MHSA talks0

    By Bruce Sayler Coups in conventioneering, volleyball and wrestling were among the topics of reports heard Tuesday at the Advantage Butte January meeting held in the Butte Plaza Inn. Advantage Butte money was also approved for holding golf, roller derby and softball tournaments this spring in Butte during a busy session with a rather low


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