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  • Maroons sweep Broncs for Senior Night victory

    Maroons sweep Broncs for Senior Night victory0

    By Bruce Sayler  Butte Central senior Kinley Hamilton didn’t say whether she had it particularly in for Hamilton, even though the player and the opposing school shared a name.  Still, Hamilton played her best match as a Maroon in her team’s 25-21, 25-20, 25-17 sweep over the Hamilton Broncs. It was the last-regular season match

  • Yotes edge Dawgs in double OT

    Yotes edge Dawgs in double OT0

    CALDWELL, Idaho — Allamar Alexander scored on a 2-yard run in double overtime Saturday, and the College of Idaho beat Montana Western 48-42 in a Frontier Conference thriller at Simplot Stadium. (Stats) The extra frames came after Western drove 80 yards to tie the game at 35 with 21 seconds left in the fourth quarter.

  • E. Oregon tops Tech men in season opener

    E. Oregon tops Tech men in season opener0

    HELENA — Max McCullough scored 38 points Saturday, and Eastern Oregon knocked off Montana Tech 92-82 at the Carroll College P.E. Center. (Stats) The game was part of the Comfort Suits Classic. McCullough shot 8 for 14 from the 3-point line in the win, and Eastern Oregon outscored Tech 51-40 in the second half. Caleb

  • Bulldog, Maroon runners close season quickly

    Bulldog, Maroon runners close season quickly0

    MISSOULA — Saturday was a good day for Butte High and Butte Central runners at the 58th Annual Montana High School Association State Cross Country Championships in Missoula. (Results) Both schools posted personal-best times to close a strong season, making their coaches quite happy. “The boys and girls ran aggressively and confidently,” Butte High coach

  • Orediggers roll Raiders

    Orediggers roll Raiders0

    ASHLAND, Ore. — Saturday could not have started off much worse for the Montana Tech football team. Tech’s first possession ended with a blocked punt, and Southern Oregon quickly turned it into points when Jackson Clemmer caught a 5-yard touchdown from Matt Struck for a 7-0 lead. The rest of the day, however, belonged to

  • KC Little Kid Hoops begin Saturday, Oct. 30

    KC Little Kid Hoops begin Saturday, Oct. 300

    The Knights of Columbus Athletic Club’s Little Kid Hoops program will begin Saturday, Oct. 30 at the KC’s Felix Madrazo Gym. Boys and girls in kindergarten through second grade will play on shorter hoops from 9 to 10:30 a.m. each Saturday. Players in third through fifth grade will play from 10:30 to noon. The program

  • Montana Cup will run in Butte on Halloween

    Montana Cup will run in Butte on Halloween0

    he Montana Cup will be run in Butte on Sunday, Oct. 31. The race begins and ends at Montana Tech. The men’s race begins at noon, and the women run at 1 p.m. Runners represent one of seven teams based on the region the live in. The regions are Butte, Billings, Bozeman, Helena, Great Falls,

  • Maroons close season with rout of Yellowjackets

    Maroons close season with rout of Yellowjackets0

    By Bruce Sayler   The Butte Central seniors got to go out with a win.   They and their underclassman teammates romped to a 41-14 Western A Conference high school football win over Stevensville Friday night at Bob Green Field on the Montana Tech campus.  (Stats) The celebration lingered on the field, but likely wouldn’t last all-too-long.

  • Americans ice Cobras

    Americans ice Cobras0

    GREAT FALLS — Four different Great Falls players scored Friday night, and the Americans edged the Cobras 4-1 in an NA3HL Frontier Division game at the Great Falls Ice Plex. (Stats) Butte got on the board first when Caelin Chinery scored a goal that was assisted by Cade Wessman and Jonathan Schoof. Just 1 minute,

  • Friday’s scores

    Friday’s scores0

    PREP FOOTBALL Baker def. Colstrip, forfeit Big Timber 37, Three Forks 13 Billings Central 55, Hardin 14 Billings Senior 42, Belgrade 0 Billings West 35, Bozeman 3 Billings West 35, Great Falls Russell 3 Butte Central 41, Stevensville 14 Columbus 44, Manhattan/Manhattan Christian Co-op 8 Eureka 51, Anaconda 6 Frenchtown 51, East Helena 0 Gallatin

  • Argos top Diggers in five

    Argos top Diggers in five0

    GREAT FALLS — The University of Providence held off Montana Tech in a five-set volleyball match Friday night at the McLaughlin Center. The No. 9 Argos bounced back from a slow start to win 11-25, 25-18, 25-16, 21-25, 15-10. (Stats) Jenna Thorne’s 15 kills to lead Providence, which improved to 19-2 overall and 6-0 in

  • Bulldogs ace Eagles

    Bulldogs ace Eagles0

    MISSOULA — Butte High was dialed in at the serving line Friday night. The result was the Bulldogs making quick work of Missoula Big Sky, sweeping past the Eagles 25-13, 25-16, 25-8 in a Western AA match. Butte High served 14 aces in the victory. Eight of those aces came from the right arm of

  • Helena High beats Capital, giving Dogs first-round bye

    Helena High beats Capital, giving Dogs first-round bye0

    Butte High will have a first-round bye in the Class AA playoffs, and the Bulldogs can thank Helena High for it. The Bengals knocked off Helena Capital 21-7 Friday night at Vigilante Stadium. That means Butte High will be the No. 2 seed in the playoffs, which begin next Friday. Helena High will be the

  • Uptop basketball practice begins Sunday

    Uptop basketball practice begins Sunday0

    The Team Uptop Basketball Club will begin practice Sunday at Butte High School’s Richardson Gym. Practice for sixth and seventh graders will be held at 4:30 p.m. Practice for eighth graders is set for 6:30. Anyone who missed signups can still show up for their grade and sign up. For questions or more information, contact

  • Orediggers hit the long road for redemption

    Orediggers hit the long road for redemption0

    Tech battles Southern Oregon Saturday in Ashland By Bill Foley It has been two excruciatingly long weeks for the Montana Tech football team. The Orediggers snatched a defeat from the jaws of victory when a fumble turned into a College of Idaho touchdown late Oct. 9 on the Bob Green Field. That turned a sure


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