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  • Butte native Cal McQueary is still crazy about football

    Butte native Cal McQueary is still crazy about football0

    By Bill Foley Cal McQueary is married to football. For now, that is all the family 33-year-old Butte native needs as he lives, works and plays in Meridian, Idaho. “I’ve got two dogs. I’m living the life,” McQueary said this week. “People ask me, ‘When are you going to get married?’ I’m like, ‘I’ve got

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  • Copper City Queens host home bout Saturday night

    Copper City Queens host home bout Saturday night0

    The High Five Her Face Smackdown, celebrating five years of Butte roller derby, is set for Saturday at the Butte Civic Center. Butte’s Copper City Queens will highlight the night by taking on Flathead Valley Roller Derby. Doors open at 6 p.m., and the bout begins at 7. Tickets are $10 in advance or $12

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  • BC track at Corvallis canceled

    BC track at Corvallis canceled0

    The Gene Hughes Invitational track meet set for Saturday in Corvallis has been canceled because of poor track conditions. Butte Central announced that this afternoon. The Maroons were scheduled to open the season at that meet. Next up on the BC schedule is a meet hosted by Butte High on April 2.

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  • Registration still available for Estes Tournament

    Registration still available for Estes Tournament0

    ANACONDA — Teams can still sign up for the 34th Wayne Estes Basketball Tournament, which will take place March 29-31. Men’s teams can sign up for the A division, B division or the 6-1 and under division. Women’s, co-ed and high school divisions are also available. Cost is $250 for high school divisions and $300

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  • King, Western women crowned NAIA champions

    King, Western women crowned NAIA champions0

    BILLINGS — The Montana Western Bulldogs are national champions. One night after winning a dramatic overtime battle in the semifinals, the Bulldogs cruised to a 75-59 win over Oklahoma City in Tuesday night’s championship game of the 39th annual NAIA Division I Women’s Basketball National Championships at the MetraPark Arena. (Stats) The national title is

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  • Maroon softball games washed out

    Maroon softball games washed out0

    We already have the first cancellation of the spring high school sports season. Butte Central’s games against Polson and Columbia Falls scheduled for Saturday in Polson have been called off because of poor field conditions, BC announced this afternoon. The Maroons will work to reschedule both games at a later date. Next on the schedule

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  • Colt Anderson would look great in Silver and Black

    Colt Anderson would look great in Silver and Black4

    As the year 2003 came to a close, I professed that Colt Anderson was crazy to walk on with the University of Montana football team. The Butte High senior, I said, should go to Montana Tech, start along side Bulldog teammate Cole Salo and be a star in the Frontier Conference. That would be better

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  • Brad Wilson skis to third place in National Duals

    Brad Wilson skis to third place in National Duals0

    By Tom Horrocks of usskiandsnowboard.org WATERVILLE VALLEY, New Hampshire — Jaelin Kauf of Alta, Wyoming, and Jesse Andringa of Boulder, Colorado, made it back-to-back victories at the 2019 Toyota U.S. Freestyle Championship dual moguls Sunday at New Hampshire’s Waterville Valley Resort. Both U.S. Freestyle Team athletes picked up their first individual U.S. moguls titles Saturday

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  • Advantage Butte cancels meeting

    Advantage Butte cancels meeting0

    The March meeting of Advantage Butte, scheduled for Tuesday, March 19 has been canceled because of conflicts with other commitments for members. Dorea Wilmoth, Advantage Butte secretary and Town Pump/Comfort Inn representative, said attempts were made to reschedule the meeting before it was decided to cancel. The next meeting will be held on April 16

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  • Bulldogs pull out OT win, will play for NAIA title

    Bulldogs pull out OT win, will play for NAIA title0

    BILLINGS — Wow. Montana Western will play for the NAIA national championship Tuesday night at the MetraPark Arena. The comes after the Bulldogs knocked off defending champion Freed-Hardeman (Tennessee) in a 78-71 overtime thriller in Monday night’s semifinals of the 39th annual NAIA Division I Women’s Basketball National Championships. (Stats) The Bulldogs (29-4) will play

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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 March 18. Note that games start a half early this week because five games will be played on some nights. Monday 5:30 p.m. — Rats vs. Tune Squad 6:30 p.m. — ATM vs. Hertz 7:30 p.m. — Jellyfam vs. Underdogs

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  • Balanced Bulldog women advance to semifinals

    Balanced Bulldog women advance to semifinals0

    BILLINGS — With four players scoring in double figures, Montana Western played its way into the final four of the 39th annual NAIA Division I Women’s Basketball National Championships at the MetraPark Arena. (Stats) Western outscored The Master’s University 24-11 in the fourth quarter for a 60-55 quarterfinal victory Saturday afternoon. The Bulldogs (28-4) will

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  • Butte High Silver B’s seeking 1994 lettermen

    Butte High Silver B’s seeking 1994 lettermen0

    The Butte High Silver B’s Football Organization is seeking the public’s help in locating contact information for the following men who earned their first varsity football letter at Butte High School during the 1994 season. These gentlemen will be inducted this coming October into the Silver B Organization. Any help would be much appreciated. Please

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  • King’s 27 leads Western to NAIA quarterfinals

    King’s 27 leads Western to NAIA quarterfinals0

    BILLINGS — Brianna King poured in 27 points this afternoon, and Montana Western knocked off Lyon (Arkansas) 70-58 in the second round of the 39th annual NAIA Division I Women’s Basketball National Championships at the MetraPark Arena. (Stats) The win sends the Bulldogs (27-4) to the quarterfinals, where they’ll take on The Master’s University (28-6)

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  • Battlin’ Bears bow out

    Battlin’ Bears bow out0

    BILLINGS — Rocky Mountain College close out its 2018-19 season Thursday night with a 65-57 loss to Shawnee State (Ohio) during the I first round of the 39th annual NAIA Division I Women’s Basketball National Championships at the Metra. (Stats) Ashton Lovely and Hannah Miller each scored 13 points to lead Shawnee State in the

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