BC’s M Club to host 1964 champs

The Butte Central M Club will hold its annual dinner on Friday, Sept. 12 at the Maroon Activities Center prior to the home football game against Billings Central.

The M Club consists of former letter winners in varsity athletics in all sports at Butte Central.

This year the M Club will honor the 1964 Butte Central football team that won the state championship with a 7-1-1 record. It was the Maroons first state title in football since 1952. The lone loss that season was to Butte High School 27-0. The Bulldogs also won the state championship.

The 1964 Butte Central club was coached by Huz Jensen. It was his final year as a head coach at the Catholic school.

The M Club dinner will begin with a cocktail hour at 4:30 p.m. at the Maroons Activities Center. Dinner will be served at 5 p.m. All guests will have an opportunity to meet with the 2014 Butte Central football team prior their game with Billings Central.

The Butte Central Foundation is requesting that those planning on attending to please call their office at 723-6706 to make reservations.

Here is a list of the members from the 1964 Butte Central state championship football team: Head Coach Huz Jensen, Assistant Coach Otto Simon, Team Members:

Dan Bender, Ralph Booth, Mike Callahan, Ruben Cedeno, Bob Corr, James Cote, Jack Derzay, Chuck Durkin, Bill George, Harry Hartz, Mick Kavran, Ed Kelly, Rick Klaboe, Ric LeCoure, Jerry Lee, Jerry Madden, Allen McCarthy, Mike McGloin, Mike McGrath, Ron Mehrens, Joe Michaud, Joe Monahan, Bob Moodry, Joe Moses, Mike Petrino, Pat Petrino, Bob Petritz, Mike Poole, Don Raymond, Paul Simon, Jon Simonich, Tom Simonich, Tudo Stagnoli, Steve Stosich, Terry Sullivan, Bob Thomas, Ted Tracy, Carl Ueland and Bill Walker. 1 comment

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  • Robin Jensen Marvin
    September 11, 2014, 8:55 pm

    So happy we’ll be able to attend. My dad was the coach. He is gone, but we are bringing my mom to represent him. I was only 7, but I remember the “boys” on dad’s team. My older sister and I were crazy about them!


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