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  • Fast start not enough as Maroons fall to Rams

    Fast start not enough as Maroons fall to Rams0

    Central turns attention to Lewistown GREAT FALLS — Butte Central looked primed for an upset Thursday at the Four Seasons Arena. The Maroons got 3-pointers from Egan Lester and Bryson Sestrich, jumping out to a 7-1 lead over Eastern A champion Billings Central. The much-taller Rams, though, clamped down on the Maroons in the second

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  • State A scores/stats

    State A scores/stats0

    Class A State tournament Four Seasons Arena Great Falls Wednesday GIRLS (Bracket) Havre 54, Hamilton 39 (Stats) Columbia Falls 37, Glendive 21 (Stats) Hardin 66, Ronan 38 (Stats) Billings Central 57, Whitefish 35 (Stats) BOYS (Bracket) Laurel 62, Ronan 44 (Stats) Dillon 53, Hardin 32 (Stats) Thursday Polson 69, Lewistown 55 (Stats) Billings Central 62,

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  • Season is on the line for Butte High boys, girls

    Season is on the line for Butte High boys, girls0

    It is do-or-die time for the Butte High boys’ and girls’ basketball teams. Both Bulldog teams will play in Western AA playoff games Thursday. A win means a berth in next week’s Class AA State tournament in Great Falls. A loss ends the season. Butte High’s boys will play host to Kalispell Flathead in a

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  • Texas pitcher signs with Tommyknockers

    Texas pitcher signs with Tommyknockers0

    The Mining City Tommyknockers added a starting pitcher. Jon Cordaway, a 6-foot-5, 200-pound right hander from Tarleton State signed with the Tommyknockers, the team announced today. Cordaway pitched for Oak Ridge High in the Houston suburb of Spring, Texas. He was named second-team All-District. He also played a year of select ball for C2 baseball.

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  • Diallo, England, Larson receive Frontier honors

    Diallo, England, Larson receive Frontier honors0

    WHITEFISH — Three Montana Tech players were honored as the Frontier Conference released the 2021 Men’s Basketball All-Conference Team today. Oredigger Sindou Diallo was a first-team selection. Fellow Tech senior Taylor England was named to the second team, and freshman Bridger Larson was named Co-Freshman of the Year. Zaccheus Darko-Kelly of Providence was named the

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  • BC boys head to Great Falls to defend State A title

    BC boys head to Great Falls to defend State A title0

    By Bill Foley Butte Central’s boys’ basketball team will be heading to the Class A State tournament for the 15th time in 17 years this week, but this time is different. For the first time since this century, the Maroons enter the tournament as the defending champions. They share that distinction with Hardin, which is

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  • Argonauts rout Saints to win Frontier title

    Argonauts rout Saints to win Frontier title0

    GREAT FALLS — The University of Providence men won the Frontier Conference championship Tuesday night, and the Argonauts made it look easy. Rashee Stocks came off the bench to lead four Great Falls players in double figures as the Argos beat Carroll College 77-57 in the championship game at the McLaughlin Center. (Stats) The Argos

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  • 76 Bulldogs take home academic honors

    76 Bulldogs take home academic honors0

    Butte High released its Academic All-State honors for the second-grading period today, and 76 Bulldogs made the grade. Academic All-State honors are award to athletes, managers and cheerleaders who earn a varsity letter in a Montana High School Association sanctioned sport and maintain a 3.5 or better GPA during the principal quarter of a sport.

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  • Thatcher, Williams, Urick earn Frontier honors

    Thatcher, Williams, Urick earn Frontier honors0

    WHITEFISH — The Frontier Conference All-Conference women’s basketball teams were released today, and Kloie Thatcher of Rocky Mountain College received honor along with Mesa Williams and Dani Urick of Montana Tech. Thatcher, a Butte Central graduate, joined Williams as a second-team selection. Urick took home honorable mention. Emilee Maldonado of the University of Providence was

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  • Tom Mulcahy was almost too good to be true

    Tom Mulcahy was almost too good to be true3

    Garth Brooks’ first album included a kind of overlooked song called “Cowboy Bill.” It is easy to forget the song that was part of an amazing debut album that included hits like “If Tomorrow Never Comes,” “Much Too Young (To Feel This Damn Old),” and “The Dance.” “Cowboy Bill,” though, was always one of my

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  • Carroll women claim title

    Carroll women claim title0

    HELENA — Christine Denny and Jamie Pickens both posted double-doubles Monday night to lead Carroll College to the Frontier Conference title. The Saints knocked off Montana Western 70-62 in the championship game at the P.E. Center. (Stats) Carroll jumped out to a 45-20 halftime lead and held off a hard-charging Bulldog team in the second

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  • Players of the Week

    Players of the Week0

    WHITEFISH — Rocky Mountain College and University of Providence student-athletes selected Frontier Conference Volleyball Players of the Week, the league announced today. Attacker of the Week: Renae Davis, University of Providence, is a 5-foot-8 senior setter from Pleasant View, Utah. No. 24 Providence went 2-0 in their weekend road series against Montana Western. The Argos

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  • Bulldog playoff games scheduled for Thursday

    Bulldog playoff games scheduled for Thursday0

    Butte High’s boys’ and girls’ basketball teams will play Western AA playoff games Thursday. The school announced the game dates and times today. The Bulldog boys will take on Kalispell Flathead at 5 p.m. at the Richardson gym. Butte High’s girls will take on Missoula Sentinel at 6 p.m. in Missoula. The winners of the

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  • Tech men’s golfers receiver first Top 25 ranking

    Tech men’s golfers receiver first Top 25 ranking0

    Orediggers come in at No. 22 KANSAS CITY, Mo. — The National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) announced the first Men’s Golf Coaches’ Top 25 Poll on Friday. Montana Tech was ranked No. 22 in the national poll. This is the first time in school history that a Tech golf team has been ranked in

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  • Butte girls skate to 14U state championship

    Butte girls skate to 14U state championship0

    BOZEMAN — The Kings are queens of the ice. Butte’s Copper City Kings 14U girls’ hockey team captured the state B championship Sunday. The Kings knocked off Bozeman 3-1 to win the best-of-three championship series 2-1. Layla Stinson scored two goals to lead Butte in the clinching victory. Chloe Jewell added one. Butte opened the

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