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  • Four Butte players win at Old Works Championship

    Four Butte players win at Old Works Championship0

    ANACONDA — Butte players won four of the six divisions Monday as the 2022 Southwest Montana Junior Golf Tour wrapped up with the Old Works Championships. Butte’s Taylor Sullivan, Brenner Booth, Teagan Yelenich and Gracie Godbout won tournament titles on the course Jack Nicklaus built. (Leaderboard; Tour standings) Sullivan shot a 97 to win the

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  • Butte Sports seeks writers

    Butte Sports seeks writers0

    Do you have a passion for sports and the ability to write about games and athletes? If so, then Butte Sports is looking for you. The website that has served as the source for Butte sports for the past 10 years is looking to hire writers to help cover our local teams. Anyone interested should

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  • Miners ride out the Storm, clinch berth in title game

    Miners ride out the Storm, clinch berth in title game0

    VERNAL, Utah — The Butte Miners returned to their blowout form Sunday night. Butte got five strong innings from Kenley Leary and three hits apiece from Leary and Eric “Chooch” Hart, and the Miners rolled past the Minico, Idaho Strom 11-1 in the undefeated game of the Northwest Class A Regional Tournament at Uintah High

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  • Tierney, Stajcar homers lead Miners past Alaska

    Tierney, Stajcar homers lead Miners past Alaska0

    VERNAL, Utah — Make it 12 in a row for the Butte Miners. The Class A state American Legion baseball champions outslugged the Alaska state champs 13-11 Saturday night in the second round of the Northwest Class A Regional Tournament at Uintah High School. (Boxscore) Butte (42-9) pounded 15 hits in the win, including a

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  • Thatcher hits two bombs, but Army falls to Navy

    Thatcher hits two bombs, but Army falls to Navy0

    BELGRADE — Sofee Thatcher’s two home runs were not enough to carry the Army team past Navy in the championship game of the 9th Annual Veterans Memorial Softball Classic. Navy beat Army, which included Thatcher and soon-to-be Butte High sophomore Ashlinn Mullaney, in the championship game of the tournament that featured some of the best

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  • ‘Boyle’s Buddies’ game set for Wednesday at East

    ‘Boyle’s Buddies’ game set for Wednesday at East0

    The “Boyle’s Buddies” basketball game will be played at 7 p.m. Wednesday at East Middle School. Admission is free for the event that feature’s Special Olympic athletes who were coached by the late Casey Boyle. Boyle and his friend Kyle Burgman were killed in an automobile accident in Butte on Aug. 10, 2015. The families

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  • Sofee Thatcher homers for Army at Veterans Classic

    Sofee Thatcher homers for Army at Veterans Classic0

    BELGRADE — Butte Central graduate Sofee Thatcher hit a home run Friday at the 9th Annual Veterans Memorial Softball Classic. Thatcher, who will soon be joining the softball team at Dawson Community College, is playing for the Army team in the all-star tournament, which runs through Saturday. Her solo shot helped the Army beat the

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  • Starr home run sparks Miners in Regional opener

    Starr home run sparks Miners in Regional opener2

    VERNAL, Utah — One swing of the bat by Evan Starr changed everything. The Butte Miners super senior catcher blasted a game-tying, three-run home run in the top of the second inning Friday at Uintah High School. The shot, which scored Zach Tierney and Rye Doherty, sparked a five-run inning and helped send the Butte

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  • Mile High Pitts standings

    Mile High Pitts standings0

    Following are the scores and standing s for the Mile High Pitts horseshoes league. The league competes Monday nights at Stodden Park. Week 11 results  (Max points possible is 126, which is 21 pts X 6 games; each team is compromised of 4 players that play 3 games per week) Heidi’s Casino 106,  Hit the

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  • McQueen volleyball schedule

    McQueen volleyball schedule0

    Following is the McQueen Athletic Club’s summer volleyball schedule for the week of Aug. 8 Monday Women’s 6:15 p.m. — Bumping B’s vs. With Ourselves 6:55 p.m. — S— Shows vs. Butte Broadcasting 7:35 p.m. — Setsy Ladies vs. Sets in the City 8:15 p.m. — Vu Villa vs. Beavis and Bumpheads 8:55 p.m. —

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  • Miners ‘business as usual’ as they head to regional

    Miners ‘business as usual’ as they head to regional0

    By Bill Foley If you thought the Butte Miners would be nervous as they traveled to the Northwest Class A Regional Tournament, then you don’t really know the Butte Miners. As the team bus headed to Vernal, Utah for Friday’s 1 p.m. opener against the Oregon state champions, the Miners were busy being themselves. “They

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  • Butte High football apparel on sale through Aug. 11

    Butte High football apparel on sale through Aug. 110

    Butte High fans and athletes can get Bulldog football apparel at a discount price online through Aug. 11 The offer includes Butte High T-shirts, hoodies, sweats and more. Click here to shop.

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  • Bulldog soccer apparel on sale for limited time

    Bulldog soccer apparel on sale for limited time0

    Butte High soccer apparel will be on sale online through Aug. 11. Click here to shop for shirts, hoodies, sweats and more. Also, anyone interested in playing soccer for Butte High School is asked to attend the parent/player meeting on Wednesday, Aug. 10 at 7 p.m. in the Butte High auditorium. For more information, contact

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  • Graham takes reins of Tech women’s hoops

    Graham takes reins of Tech women’s hoops1

    By Bruce Sayler  Displaying enthusiasm and emotion, Jeff Graham embraced the role of Montana Tech head women’s basketball coach Wednesday as he was introduced to the public at a press conference in the school’s HPER Complex.  “I’m extremely excited to be here as head coach of the ‘Diggers,” he said at a podium before a

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  • Diggers picked second by Frontier volleyball coaches

    Diggers picked second by Frontier volleyball coaches0

    WHITEFISH — Frontier Conference volleyball coaches picked Montana Tech to finish second behind the University of Providence, but by the narrowest of margins. The Argonauts and Orediggers both picked up three first-place votes. With 23 points, though, Providence tops the poll with 23 points. Tech is second at 22, followed by Carroll College at 17,

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