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  • Cunningham, Doherty roll as Miners sweep Cubs

    Cunningham, Doherty roll as Miners sweep Cubs0

    Not long after Ethan “Easy” Cunningham flirted with a no-hitter Friday night, Rye Doherty sealed the deal. Both Butte Miners starters pitched shutouts as the Miners swept a South A doubleheader with the Dillon Cubs on Miners Field at 3 Legends Stadium. Butte won the opener 10-0 before closing the sweep with a 15-0 win

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  • Muckers drop a pair on first day of tournament

    Muckers drop a pair on first day of tournament0

    THREE FORKS — The Butte Muckers went 0-2 on the first day of Gallatin Valley’s tournament Friday. Butte fell 9-1 to the Bozeman Bucks B before dropping a 9-5 decision to the Helena Independents. The Muckers will play the Bitterroot Red Sox at 10:45 a.m. Saturday. They will play the Billings Blue at 1 p.m.

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  • McQueen volleyball schedule

    McQueen volleyball schedule0

    Following is the McQueen Athletic Club summer volleyball schedule for the week of June 27. Monday Women 6:15 p.m. — Butte Broadcasting vs. Vu Villa 6:55 p.m. — With Ourselves vs. Beavis & Bumpheads 7:35 p.m. — Sets in the City vs. Here for the Beer 8:15 p.m. — Setsy Ladies vs. Sets on the

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  • Hall of Fame tickets go up in price on July 1

    Hall of Fame tickets go up in price on July 10

    Tickets for the 2022 Butte Sports Hall of Fame induction banquet are now on sale. Tickets can be purchased at the Butte Civic Center ticket office, online at tickets.butteciviccenter.com or over the phone by calling (406) 497-6401. The Green Jacket Ceremony and induction banquet will be held at the Maroon Activities Center because filming for

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  • Dream Big Montana camp draws crowd of about 450

    Dream Big Montana camp draws crowd of about 4500

    Anderson and company inspire crowd of young athletes Bill Foley Just before his sophomore season on the University of Montana football team, Butte’s Colt Anderson found himself in head coach Bobby Hauck’s doghouse. Anderson was sent to run laps while told he was being demoted from starting safety to a third-string safety by the head

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  • Butte 100 seeks volunteers

    Butte 100 seeks volunteers0

    Volunteers are need to help put on the 16th Butte 100 Mountain Bike Race next month. The race is set for July 23, and it starts and ends at Homestake. Athletes from 18 different states, Australia and Canada will compete among the more than 500 riders in the 100-mile race, the 50-mile race and the

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  • Colt Anderson on Overtime

    Colt Anderson on Overtime0

    Cincinnati Bengals assistant coach Colt Anderson will be a guest on the sports radio show KBOW Overtime tonight. Overtime is broadcast every Wednesday from 7 to 9 p.m. from the Coaches Corner at Metals Sports Bar & Grill. Anderson will appear in the second hour of the show to discus the upcoming Dream Big Montana

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  • Future Orediggers second at State junior golf

    Future Orediggers second at State junior golf0

    LAUREL — A pair of future Montana Tech golfers finished in second place at the Montana State Junior Championships at the Laurel Golf Club. The two-day tournament wrapped up Tuesday, and Montana Tech signees Joe Opitz and Emma Woods placed second overall and in their 16 to 18 age group. The tournament is a qualifier

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  • Butte golfers shine as Tour stops at Country Club

    Butte golfers shine as Tour stops at Country Club0

    Players from Butte won four of six divisions Tuesday as the Southwest Montana Junior Golf Tour stopped at the Butte Country Club for the Silver Bow Open. Butte’s Jacob Sawyer, Kendyllen Lean, Zachary Sawyer and Teagan Yelenich each claimed a title on the Tour’s second stop of the return season. (Leaderboard) The older two divisions

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  • We still have good baseball at 3 Legends Stadium

    We still have good baseball at 3 Legends Stadium0

    This time last year, we had good crowds of locals watching the Mining City Tommyknockers play baseball on beautiful summer nights. Sure, the crowds were not nearly as good as the general manager was telling his advertisers, but the crowds were not bad for a city the size of Butte. The Tommyknockers played in the

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  • Dream Big Experience a start-studded event

    Dream Big Experience a start-studded event0

    The return of the Dream Big Montana Experience will be chock full of big names this week in Butte. The event, which is put on by the Colt Anderson Dream Big Foundation, is set for Thursday and Friday. Colt Anderson, a former Butte High Bulldog and Montana Grizzly who played nine seasons in the NFL

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  • Sports camps roundup

    Sports camps roundup0

    The Butte Miners Kid Camp will be held Tuesday, June 28 at 3 Legends Stadium. Ages 7 through 10 will attend from 10 a.m. to noon. Ages 11 to 13 will go from noon to 2 p.m. All campers will receive hitting, fielding and throwing instructions from the Miners and Muckers players and coaches. Cost

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  • Muckers, Red Sox split Father’s Day double dip

    Muckers, Red Sox split Father’s Day double dip0

    The Butte Muckers and Bitterroot Red Sox split an American Legion baseball doubleheader Sunday on a rainy Miners Field at 3 Legends Stadium. Butte won the opener 12-1 before the Red Sox stormed back to win the second game 15-4. Both games were called after five innings by the 10-run rule. The Muckers (6-12) will

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  • Butte players compete at handball nationals

    Butte players compete at handball nationals0

    PORTLAND, Ore. — Two Butte handball players competed in the National Handball Championships this week. Brett Badovinac lost to Sean Haley of Concord, California 21-11, 21-13 in the quarterfinals of the 50-plus division. Sam Sottosanti defeated Jeremy Aguilar of Austin, Texas 21-6, 21-6 in the first round of the A division before falling to Marco

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  • West rolls past East for Shrine Game victory

    West rolls past East for Shrine Game victory0

    Hamilton’s Rostad takes home MVP honors GREAT FALLS — Saturday night was a West Side story at Memorial Stadium. Hamilton star Tyson Rostad had a hand in four touchdowns to lead the way as the West beat the East 40-21 in the 75th Montana East-West Shrine Game. Rostad, a future Montana Grizzly, took home game

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