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  • Deadline is Friday for Legion baseball registration

    Deadline is Friday for Legion baseball registration0

    Registration for the 2019 Butte American Legion baseball season will close on Friday, Jan. 18. No registrations can be accepted after this date. Cost of registration is $100, plus fundraising. Registration forms can be found here. Player/parent information can be found here. For questions, email buttebaseball@gmail.com or contact Mark Hislop 498-3251 or Jeff LeProwse at

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  • Butte speed skaters compete at Alberta Open

    Butte speed skaters compete at Alberta Open0

    CALGARY, Alberta — Seven speed skaters from the Mining City raced in the Alberta Open Speed Skating Championships at the Olympic Oval over the weekend. More than 200 skaters competed in the event, with at least 20 racers in each division. Butte’s GG Fantini placed second overall in Division 3, with Jim Bradshaw finishing fifth

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  • Tuesday’s scores

    Tuesday’s scores0

    BOYS PREP BASKETBALL Butte 62, Dillon 52 St. Labre 85, Lame Deer 69 Thompson Falls 54, Noxon 34 Valley Christian 58, Two Eagle River 47 Winnett-Grass Range 58, Fromberg 13 GIRLS PREP BASKETBALL Billings West 59, Billings Skyview 15 Butte 62, Dillon 35 Laurel 39, Billings Central 37 Missoula Sentinel 55, Ronan 25 Richey-Lambert 58,

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  • No. 3 Carroll men pull away from Orediggers

    No. 3 Carroll men pull away from Orediggers0

    HELENA — No. 3 Carroll College outscored Montana Tech 42-29 in the second half Tuesday night, breaking open a close game for a 79-61 victory over the Orediggers. (Stats) The Frontier Conference men’s basketball game was played in the P.E. Center. Matt Wyman scored 25 points and grabbed 10 rebounds to lead the Saints, who

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  • Bulldogs topple Beavers to snap losing streak

    Bulldogs topple Beavers to snap losing streak0

    By Bill Foley If the Butte High boys’ basketball team goes on to do great things this season, the Bulldogs will likely point back to Tuesday night as when it all began. The Bulldogs played their best game of the season, snapping a four-game winning streak with a 62-52 win over perennial Class A power

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  • Tech women’s upset bid falls short at Carroll

    Tech women’s upset bid falls short at Carroll0

    HELENA — An upset bid by Montana Tech’s women’s basketball team fell just short Tuesday night at the P.E. Center. No. 8 Carroll College outscored the Orediggers 11-3 over the final 3 minutes to turn back the Orediggers for a 68-63 Frontier Conference victory. (Stats) A 3-pointer by Danielle Wagner broke a 61-all tie with

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  • Butte High girls start fast, cruise past Dillon

    Butte High girls start fast, cruise past Dillon0

    By Bruce Sayler The consistency might not have been so smooth, but the result was a 62-35 Butte High baking of Dillon that the Bulldog fans found quite flavorful. The non-conference high school girls’ basketball game was played Tuesday night in the Butte Civic Center and Class AA Butte High’s early, potent explosion was too

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  • Advantage Butte: MHSA may get co-op request this week

    Advantage Butte: MHSA may get co-op request this week0

    By Bruce Sayler The Montana High School Association (MHSA) may see a presentation about, or even a request for, an Anaconda-Butte Central co-op in two sports when the organization holds its annual meetings this weekend in Butte at the Copper King Inn. The meetings are set for Friday through Sunday. Butte Central and Anaconda school

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  • Butte-Anaconda union is bad news for competition

    Butte-Anaconda union is bad news for competition1

    Butte and Anaconda kids have disliked each other for decades. When it comes to adults from the Mining City and Smelter City, however, it is a completely different story. While the Maroons and Bulldogs have had long, bitter rivalries with the Copperheads, they usually form a pretty good bond when they graduate and go to

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  • Bulldogs raising funds for Jason Alexander

    Bulldogs raising funds for Jason Alexander0

    Butte High will donate the proceeds from Tuesday’s 50/50 drawing during the Bulldogs’ basketball doubleheader against Dillon to Jason Alexander. The varsity twin bill begins at 6 p.m. at the Butte Civic Center. Alexander is a long-time Bulldog volunteer who recently had a brush with death and spent more than a month in Billings recovering

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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 Jan. 14. Monday 6 p.m. — MPP vs. C Squad 7 p.m. — Oasis vs. Rats 8 p.m. — Boyle vs. Logan’s 9 p.m. — Logan’s vs. Schweitzer Tuesday 6 p.m. — C Squad vs. Rats 7 p.m. — MPP

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  • Wilson bumps out 6th-place ride in Calgary

    Wilson bumps out 6th-place ride in Calgary0

    From FIS-Ski reports CALGARY — Coming back after the holidays break, the first FIS Freestyle moguls World Cup of 2019 went down on Saturday in Calgary with Yulia Galysheva of Kazakhstan and Mikael Kingsbury of Canada taking the wins at the iconic WinSport Canada Olympic Park. Brad Wilson of Butte, Montana, sped into his first

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