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  • Cascade Conference unveils academic honors

    Cascade Conference unveils academic honors0

    CORVALLIS, Ore. — A total of 199 Cascade Collegiate Conference student-athletes in the winter sports of men’s and women’s basketball and men’s and women’s wrestling earned U.S. Bank Academic All-CCC honors, the conference office announced Tuesday. To earn recognition as an All-CCC Academic honoree, a student-athlete must have a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.2 and

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  • Montana Hall of Fame sets induction dates

    Montana Hall of Fame sets induction dates0

    The fifth Montana Football Hall of Fame Induction weekend is scheduled for June 25-26. On Friday June 25, inductees and friends will golf before the Morgan Stanley VIP reception Friday evening. Brent Musberger, Marty Mornhinwheg, Ken Amato, Dan Carpenter, Travis Lulay, Steve Okoniewski, Victor Lindskog, Shane Collins and Bob Beers will be inducted at the

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  • Argo men’s games against Northern, Western canceled

    Argo men’s games against Northern, Western canceled0

    WHITEFISH — The University of Providence men’s basketball games scheduled for Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday have been called off because of COVID-19 issues, the Frontier Conference announced today. The Argos were scheduled to play host to MSU-Northern on Wednesday before heading to Dillon to take on Montana Western this weekend. The women’s games will still

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  • Bulldog boys, girls swim to second at virtual meet

    Bulldog boys, girls swim to second at virtual meet0

    Butte High’s boys’ and girls’ swimming teams took second place at the Butte High Invitational this weekend. The Bulldogs swam their portion of the virtual meet Saturday at the Butte Family YMCA. Helena High’s boys and girls took home the team titles. The Bengals picked up 153 points to win on the girls’ side. The

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  • Saints complete sweep of Montana Western

    Saints complete sweep of Montana Western0

    HELENA — Carroll College swept a Frontier Conference doubleheader with Montana Western for the second straight day Sunday at the P.E. Center. The No. 7 Carroll women edged the Bulldogs 50-47 before the Saints men topped Western 78-61. Danielle Wagner’s 17 points and nine rebounds led Carroll’s women in the defensive struggle. The Saints led

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  • Diggers take down Lights for overtime victory

    Diggers take down Lights for overtime victory0

    HAVRE — Montana Tech’s men’s basketball team had to work a little overtime to knock off MSU-Northern Sunday at the Armory. Sindou Diallo scored seven of his 17 points in the extra period, and the Orediggers rebounded from Saturday’s loss with a 71-69 victory. (Stats) Markieth Brown Jr. came off the bench to score 18

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  • Skylights salvage split with Montana Tech women

    Skylights salvage split with Montana Tech women0

    HAVRE —The Skylights bounced back Sunday afternoon. MSU-Northern saw four players score in double figures as the Skylights knocked off Montana Tech 67-53 in a Frontier Conference women’s basketball game at the Armory. (Stats) Tiara Gilham scored 21 points and grabbed nine rebounds to lead Northern, which led 27-25 at halftime and pulled away in

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  • Saints sweep Dawgs

    Saints sweep Dawgs0

    HELENA — Carroll College swept Montana Western in a Frontier Conference basketball doubleheader Saturday night at the P.E. Center. The No. 7 Carroll women knocked off the Bulldogs 81-75 before the Saints men completed the sweep with an 81-73 victory. Western’s women fell despite a career-night by Dillon native Brynley Fitzgerald. The Western junior sank

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  • Saturday’s scores

    Saturday’s scores0

    BOYS PREP BASKETBALL Beach, N.D. 54, Wibaux 52 Big Sandy 52, North Star 45 Billings Central 64, Glendive 49 Bridger 58, Reed Point-Rapelje 37 Browning 64, Columbia Falls 60 Butte 77, Kalispell Flathead 74 Charlo 49, Arlee 44 Chester-Joplin-Inverness 66, Hays-Lodgepole 50 Chinook 80, Turner 30 Circle 55, Plentywood 52, OT Clark Fork 55, Plains

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  • Bulldogs turn back Braves in Richardson thriller

    Bulldogs turn back Braves in Richardson thriller0

    By Bill Foley Butte High’s 20-point loss at Kalispell Glacier on Thursday turned out to be a very bad thing for Kalispell Flathead. The Bulldogs bounced back in strong fashion Saturday afternoon, jumping out to a double-digit lead and then holding on for a 77-74 win in a Western AA boys’ basketball thriller at the

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  • Lights take Game 1 from Oredigger men

    Lights take Game 1 from Oredigger men0

    HAVRE — Mascio McCadney scored 20 points to lead the way Saturday night as MSU-Northern knocked off Montana Tech 65-61 in a Frontier Conference men’s basketball game at the Armory. (Stats) Jomel Boyd added 15 points for the Lights, who outscored Tech 37-33 in the second half. The game was tied at 28 at the

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  • BC boys fall short on road

    BC boys fall short on road0

    CORVALLIS — Butte Central’s boys’ basketball team returned home Saturday feeling like they let one get away. The Maroons saw an 11-point lead with about 10 minutes to play turn into a 60-58 Southwestern A loss to Corvallis. “We blew this game,” Central coach Brodie Kelly said. “We were up four with under a minute

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