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  • Butte High’s Billy Cunneen is all about the team

    Butte High’s Billy Cunneen is all about the team0

    By Bill Foley It’s not very often that you will hear a football coach praise a player as a “team guy” after he leaves his team to complete in another fall support. That’s the case when it comes to Butte High senior cross country runner Billy Cunneen, though. “He cares so much about his teammates,”

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  • Luoma, Kelly crack Top 10, Bulldog girls take third

    Luoma, Kelly crack Top 10, Bulldog girls take third0

    BILLINGS — Butte High’s Grace Luoma and Emily Kelly finished in the Top 10, leading the Bulldog girls’ golf team to third place at the Billings Invitational. Luoma, a junior, followed Monday’s 78 at the Peter Yegen Golf Club with an 86 today at the Lake Hills Golf Course for a 164 and sixth place.

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  • BAC to sell memberships outside Friday’s game

    BAC to sell memberships outside Friday’s game0

    The Butte Athletic Council will sell membership passes outside Naranche Stadium’s northwest ticket booth on Main Street before Friday night’s Butte High-Kalispell Flathead football game. Kickoff is at 7 p.m. The BAC offers different membership levels. The entry level membership is $125, and it includes two passes to all Butte High home games for all

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  • Tech’s Thompson named Attacker of the Week

    Tech’s Thompson named Attacker of the Week0

    WHITEFISH — Montana Tech’s Heather Thompson was named the Frontier Conference Attacker of the Week. This is the first weekly award for the junior outside hitter. The Orediggers opened the season with a 1-2 record at the tournament hosted by the Spokane Community College. Tech dropped a pair of five set matches to No. 12

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  • The ‘root of all evil’ can solve official shortage

    The ‘root of all evil’ can solve official shortage0

    We are in the middle of a nationwide shortage of high school sports officials. It is a major problem in Montana as the football season starts this week. The Butte football officiating pool, for instance, will need as many as 35 officials on some Friday nights in the not-so-distant future. As of last week, the

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  • Luoma, Kelly, Noctor, Quam lead Bulldogs in Billings

    Luoma, Kelly, Noctor, Quam lead Bulldogs in Billings0

    BILLINGS — Grace Luoma, Emily Kelly, Kaven Noctor and Carsten Quam paced Butte High’s golf teams Monday during the first round of the Billings Invitational. Butte High’s girls sit in third place heading into Tuesday’s second round at Lake Hills Golf Course. The Bulldog boys are fifth. Luoma, a junior, shot a 78 on the

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  • Eight shooters tie for lead during Trap Club Week 2

    Eight shooters tie for lead during Trap Club Week 20

    Eight shooters broke 49 out of 50 targets to tie for the top spot on the leaderboard during Week 2 of the Butte Trap Club’s fall league Thursday night. Topping the standings were Brad Smith, Dave Vicevich, Jeff Ault, Bob York, Kevin Zimpel, Jason Cartin, Scott White and Kevin O’Dell. Eight more shooters finished at

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  • Joyce first, Yelenich fourth at Belgrade Invitational

    Joyce first, Yelenich fourth at Belgrade Invitational0

    BOZEMAN — Make it 2 for 2 for Butte Central’s Tricia Joyce. The Butte Central senior fired a 79 Monday at Riverside Country Club to run away with medalist honors at the Belgrade Invitational. Joyce, who won the BC Invite a week ago, beat second-place Lindsey Huber of Dillon by 14 shots. (Complete results) Butte

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  • Catcher Ryan Moodry named all-conference

    Catcher Ryan Moodry named all-conference0

    Ryan Moodry has yet another award for his scrapbook. Moodry, who has won a handful of All-Conference and All-State awards playing football at Butte Central, has been named to the American Legion Class AA All-Conference team. The honor comes two months after the catcher signed to play baseball at Utah State-Eastern. Moodry, who graduated from

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  • Monday’s Hot Ticket: Bulldog, Maroon golf

    Monday’s Hot Ticket: Bulldog, Maroon golf0

    Prep golf Butte High at Billings Invitational, 11 a.m. The Bulldogs will get in their second tournament of the season when they open the two-day event at the Peter Yegen Golf Club. Butte High’s girls are coming off a fourth-place showing in last week’s Great Falls Invitational, which included all 14 Class AA teams. Senior

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  • Tournament to benefit Butte’s Max Demarais

    Tournament to benefit Butte’s Max Demarais0

    The Butte High boys’ basketball program and Copper City Crossovers youth basketball will host a 3-on-3 tournament Sunday, Aug. 26 at Butte High School. The tournament is a fundraiser for incoming Butte High Max Demarais. During a standard physical for the upcoming football season, Demarais was diagnosed with a recent loss of vision.  Follow up

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  • Diggers spike Lions

    Diggers spike Lions0

    SPOKANE — Montana Tech’s volleyball team got in the win column Saturday with a three-set sweep of Multnomah at the Spokane Valley Tournament. The No. 12 Orediggers, who dropped two five-set battles on Friday, rolled past the Lions 25-13, 25-17, 25-12. (Stats) Masha Korol and Kacee James each tallied seven kills, and heather Thompson killed

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  • Orediggers take show on the road to Naranche

    Orediggers take show on the road to Naranche0

    By Bill Foley Montana Tech’s football team went on the road for a scrimmage Saturday afternoon. Well, kind of. The Orediggers played a practice game a mile away from home at Butte High’s Naranche Stadium. Saturday marked two weeks before the Orediggers open the season at the College of Idaho, and Tech eighth-year head coach

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  • Maroon volleyball team showcases ‘options’

    Maroon volleyball team showcases ‘options’0

    By Bill Foley Butte Central volleyball coach Becky Hancock can’t help but smile when she watches her team compete. “I’ve got a lot of options,” Hancock said Saturday morning. “That’s what I keep saying to everyone. I can do a lot of different things.” The crowd at Montana Tech’s HPER Complex for Saturday’s Maroon and

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  • Butte Central football team shows off talent

    Butte Central football team shows off talent0

    By Bruce Sayler With the news of the Friday passing of Butte Central sports matriarch Cathy Peoples becoming known, a gloomy Saturday morning for Maroons football had to be norm, even after dry weeks of 80s and 90s temperatures. Butte Central persevered through, directed by head coach Don Peoples Jr., with help from his brother,

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