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  • Bulldogs, Maroons to meet in frosh football game

    Bulldogs, Maroons to meet in frosh football game0

    For the first time in decades, Butte High and Butte Central will meet on the football field. The Bulldogs and Maroons will play a frosh football game Monday. Kickoff is set for 6 p.m. at Naranche Stadium. The game was a recent add-on to the teams’ schedules. Butte Central and Butte High stopped playing each

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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 Oct. 21. Monday 7 p.m. — Monstars vs. Rats 8 p.m. — Monstars vs. Dream Team Tuesday 6 p.m. — Bomb Squad vs. Airballers 7 p.m. — Bomb Squad vs. Collective Elevation 8 p.m. — Logan’s vs. Oasis 9 p.m.

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  • Highland View Golf Club sets special board meeting

    Highland View Golf Club sets special board meeting0

    • Golf
    • October 20, 2019

    The Highland View Golf Club will hold a special board meeting at noon on Nov. 6 at the club house. The meeting is to discuss bylaw reviews and changes.

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  • Columbia Falls, Corvallis run to victories

    Columbia Falls, Corvallis run to victories0

    HAMILTON — The Columbia Falls boys and Corvallis girls ran to team titles at the Western A Fall Classic at the Hamilton Golf Club. (Results) The Wildcats won the boys’ title with just 51 points. Hamilton and Corvallis tied for second at 93. On the girls’ side, the Blue Devils posted 51 points. Whitefish took

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  • Maroons win consolation at Blocktober Classic

    Maroons win consolation at Blocktober Classic0

    By Bruce Sayler Butte Central found its game late in its volleyball tournament, but the discovery was what the Maroons’ head coach, Becky Hancock, was looking for in the midst of strong competition. Butte Central scored a comeback 24-26, 25-15, 25-11 victory over Lewistown in the consolation final of the Blocktober Classic held Saturday in

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  • Dinos hold off Tech women

    Dinos hold off Tech women0

    By Bill Foley The Montana Tech women’s basketball team got off to an exciting start tonight at the HPER Complex. Unfortunately for the Orediggers, however, the Orediggers fell just short of a win. A desperation 3-point attempt by Mollie Peoples at the buzzer was just off, and the Orediggers fell 56-53 to the University of

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  • Saints upset Dawgs

    Saints upset Dawgs0

    HELENA —Devan Bridgewater hit Kyle Peirce for an 8-yard touchdown pass with 32 seconds left Saturday, and Carroll College upset No. 22 Montana Western 33-29 at Nelson Stadium. (Stats) The touchdown was the first of the Bridgewater, who completed 14 of 30 passes for 167 yards. The ground game did the heavy lifting for the

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  • Coyotes boot Orediggers with 58-yard field goal

    Coyotes boot Orediggers with 58-yard field goal0

    CALDWELL, Idaho — For 21 seconds, everything seemed so right for the Montana Tech football team. Then Kyle Mitchell spoiled the day for the Orediggers. The College of Idaho senior booted a Frontier Conference record 58-yard field goal as time expired, and the No. 8 Coyotes edged No. 19 Montana Tech 16-14 at a Simplot

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  • Wild tame Cobras

    Wild tame Cobras0

    GILLETTE, Wyo. — Tyler Kaminski, Caleb Sandborn and George Stilson scored a pair of goals apiece Friday night, and the Gillette Wild skated to a 10-3 victory over the Butte Cobras. (Stats) Ethan Becker, Declan Young, Jacob Kaminski and Trenton Cleveland also scored goals in the win. Ty Stovin scored two goals and assisted on

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  • Friday’s scores

    Friday’s scores0

    PREP FOOTBALL Baker 2, Poplar 0 Belt 46, Shelby 16 Billings Central 42, Havre 22 Billings West 56, Belgrade 0 Butte 43, Missoula Big Sky 20 Butte Central 35, Polson 12 Clark Fork 46, Plains 12 Cut Bank 66, Harlem 0 Deer Lodge 43, Anaconda 0 Eureka 48, Conrad 14 Fairfield 34, Malta 0 Fairfield

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  • Bulldogs ground Eagles, secure Western AA crown

    Bulldogs ground Eagles, secure Western AA crown0

    By Bill Foley MISSOULA — It wasn’t anything fancy that sent the Butte High football team on its way to its eighth win of the season Friday night at Missoula County Stadium. It was just a matter of the Bulldogs doing things the right way, something that could be a theme for the 8-0 campaign.

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  • Argos top Diggers in four

    Argos top Diggers in four0

    The University of Providence returned the favor to Montana Tech Friday night. Four weeks after the Orediggers went to Great Falls and took down the Argonauts in four sets, the No. 20 Argos beat No. 16 Montana Tech 3-1 at the HPER Complex. Providence won the Frontier Conference match 28-26, 25-17, 24-26, 25-19. (Stats) The

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  • Maroons sink Pirates, move toward playoffs

    Maroons sink Pirates, move toward playoffs0

    By Bruce Sayler Aaron Richards wanted to credit Butte for what’s going on locally in football. Richards, one of nine Butte Central seniors on the football team, just finished gaining a sack, recovering a fumble, blowing open some line holes and harassing the Polson backfield in a fine all-around game in the trenches that helped

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  • Saturday’s Hot Ticket: Maroons, Dogs, Orediggers

    Saturday’s Hot Ticket: Maroons, Dogs, Orediggers0

    Prep volleyball Butte Central Blocktober Classic, 9 a.m. Butte Central’s varsity and Butte High’s junior varsity will be part of the 10-team tournament at the Maroon Activities Center. In Pool A play, the host Maroons will play Livingston at 9 a.m., Browning at 10:30, Dillon at noon and Corvallis at 1:30 p.m. The Butte High

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  • Diggers head to Caldwell for rematch with Coyotes

    Diggers head to Caldwell for rematch with Coyotes0

    By Bill Foley Montana Tech’s football team will be walking into a hostile environment Saturday when they take the field at what is expected to be a rainy Simplot Stadium in Caldwell, Idaho. The No. 19 Orediggers will be battling the white-hot Coyotes of No. 8 College of Idaho in a Frontier Conference showdown. Kickoff

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