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  • Amtmann, Lovshin lead Bulldogs in Bozeman

    Amtmann, Lovshin lead Bulldogs in Bozeman0

    BOZEMAN — Led by an undefeated performance by the doubles tandem of Devin Amtmann and Aspen Lovshin, Butte High’s girls tennis team went 3-1 in matches Friday and Saturday. Amtmann and Lovshin went 4-0 as the Bulldogs beat Billings Senior 5-3, Great Falls High 6-2 and Belgrade 6-2. The Bulldogs fell 7-1 to Billings West.

  • Sunny Dahlberg sees Sentinel win, Bulldogs show fire

    Sunny Dahlberg sees Sentinel win, Bulldogs show fire0

    By Bruce Sayler A glorious spring day welcomed high school track to Butte Friday and optimism sprung. The Butte High Bulldogs’ first home meet of the season turned out to be its signature boys’ track meet — the 49th Swede Dahlberg Invitational. (Team scores; Individual results) Snow melted before the meet while times did during it.

  • Bulldog girls show promise at Optimist Invitational

    Bulldog girls show promise at Optimist Invitational0

    GREAT FALLS — Bozeman ran away with the team title at the girls-only Optimist Invitational Friday at Memorial Stadium. The Hawks chalked up 113 team points for the victory. Billings West placed second at 87, and Helena Capital took third at 61.5. Missoula Sentinel, Helena High and Missoula Hellgate followed at 61, 60 and 59.

  • Bulldog athletes set for Dahlberg, Optimist

    Bulldog athletes set for Dahlberg, Optimist0

    Two of the top track meets of the season are set to be run Friday in Butte and Great Falls. All 14 Class AA boys’ teams are set to compete in the annual Harry “Swede” Dahlberg Invitational on the Charlie Merrifield Track at the Gene Fogarty Complex. Butte High’s girls will be part of the

  • Bulldogs fall to Hawks in home opener

    Bulldogs fall to Hawks in home opener0

    By Bruce Sayler Butte High head softball coach Ryan Stosich didn’t miss words and he didn’t hesitate to say them. “We need to pitch better, hit better and play defense better,” he said following Thursday’s 13-9 Eastern AA Conference loss to Bozeman at Stodden Park. “I just told the girls that, too.” The Bulldogs out-hit

  • Rocky wins Bandy Award

    Rocky wins Bandy Award0

    WHITEFISH — Rocky Mountain College is the winner of the 2018-2019 Bandy Memorial All-Sports trophy, Frontier Conference Commissioner Kent Paulson announced today. For the 2018-19 season, Rocky finished with 112 points followed by Lewis-Clark State College with 88 points and Carroll College with 82 points. Montana Western was fourth with 58.75 points followed by the

  • Digger women announce the signing of trio

    Digger women announce the signing of trio0

    Montana Tech head women’s basketball coach Carly Sanon announced a trio of signings today. The three new Orediggers starting their college career in Butte next fall are Hope Lalau, Vanessa Walsh and Emily Kidder. Lalau, a 5-8 guard from Tacoma, Washington, was the 2019 Tacoma News Tribune All-Area Player of the Year. While playing prep

  • Thursday’s Hot Ticket: Bulldog softball

    Thursday’s Hot Ticket: Bulldog softball0

    Prep softball Bozeman at Butte High, 4 p.m. The Bulldogs will once again try to play their first home game of the season when they welcome the Hawks to Stodden Park for the Eastern AA game. Butte High is looking to bounce back from a rough weekend in Billings, and the Bulldogs take an 0-3

  • Sean Benson captures Frontier Conference crown

    Sean Benson captures Frontier Conference crown0

    PHOENIX — Sean Benson hand a secret weapon with him as he ran away from the field to win the Frontier Conference Championships on the Papago Golf Course. They called him the Big Kahuna. That is Lee LaBreche, Montana Tech’s golf coach who passed away at age 55 on Feb. 22. Benson kept his coach

  • Snow delays, volleyball head Advantage Butte reports

    Snow delays, volleyball head Advantage Butte reports0

    By Bruce Sayler Spring’s late winter-like weather in Butte has slowed the finishing of the Stodden Park project, but a city official said the site should still be amply capable for sports needs next month. Butte-Silver Bow Parks and Recreation Director J.P. Gallagher told the March/April meeting of Advantage Butte Tuesday that the renovation of

  • Dillon’s Brynley Fitzgerald transferring to Western

    Dillon’s Brynley Fitzgerald transferring to Western0

    DILLON — A Dillon star is heading home. Brynley Fitzgerald is transferring from Montana State to play basketball for reigning NAIA national champion Montana Western. Bulldog coach Lindsay Woolley announced that Fitzgerald signed an NAIA National Letter of Intent on Tuesday. University of Montana Western head women’s basketball coach Lindsay Woolley has announced the signing

  • Bulldog JV tops Dillon

    Bulldog JV tops Dillon0

    DILLON — Butte High’s junior varsity softball team picked up a non-conference win Monday, beating Dillon’s varsity tea 5-3. Madison Skeel pitched the distance for the Bulldogs. She allowed three runs, striking out eight batters. She scattered four hits and surrendered two walks. Cameron LaFond went 3 for 4 at the plate to lead the

  • Sean Benson extends Frontier lead to seven shots

    Sean Benson extends Frontier lead to seven shots0

    PHOENIX — Sean Benson is 18 holes away from becoming a Frontier Conference champion. The Montana Tech senior fired a 2-under-par 70 Tuesday at the  Papago Golf Course to extend his individual lead at the Frontier Conference Championships to seven shots. Benson, a Billings native, shot a 1-under 71 to open the tournament and will

  • Track meet called off

    Track meet called off0

    The track meet involving Butte High, Butte Central and Bozeman set for Tuesday has been called off because of snow, Butte High announced. No make up date for the meet has been set. Butte High will host the Dahlberg Invitational on Friday. The Bulldog girls head to Friday’s Optimist Invitational in Great Falls.

  • Maroons snowed out

    Maroons snowed out0

    Butte Central’s softball and tennis matches set for today have been called off because of snow. The school made that announcement this morning. The Maroons were set to take on Belgrade in a non-conference softball game at Stodden Park. BC’s tennis teams were scheduled to play Stevensville at Father Sheehan Park. Central plans to make


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