• Lexie Nelson named second-team All-Big Sky1

    OGDEN, Utah — Lexie Nelson’s basketball career added some decoration today. The 2010 Butte High graduate was named second-team All-Big Sky Conference, the league announced. The honors come after Nelson, a senior at Eastern Washington, took home first-team all-conference recognition the past two seasons. The awards were decided by a vote of the league’s 12

  • Big Sky tournaments open Wednesday in Missoula0

    The pairings and schedules have been set for the eight-team Big Sky Conference women’s and men’s basketball tournaments, which will be held Wednesday through Saturday at Dahlberg Arena in Missoula. Montana clinched the right to host the women’s tournament last week. The Griz men did the same thing Saturday night. It will be the second

  • Bobcats hold Nelson scoreless in upset win0

    BOZEMAN — Butte High graduate Lexie Nelson was held scoreless for the first time in her Eastern Washington career Thursday night as the Eagles fell 63-53 at Montana State. Stats Former Twin Bridges star Payton Ferris came off the bench and scored 16 points to lead the Bobcats in the win. Hayley Hodgins scored 22

  • UM’s Breunig, NAU’s Yanku share Big Sky award0

    OGDEN, Utah — The Big Sky Conference has selected Montana’s Martin Breunig and Northern Arizona’s Kris Yanku as the co-men’s basketball Players of the Week after both led their teams to two victories. Breunig, a 6-foot-8 junior forward from Leverkusen, Germany, averaged 20.5 points, nine rebounds, 2.5 assists and one block per game as the

  • Nelson’s 14 helps Eagles win sixth straight0

    CHENEY, Wash. — Lexie Nelson scored 14 points Saturday to help Eastern Washington’s women’s basketball team beat Northern Arizona 73-42 at Reese Court. Stats The win was the sixth straight for the Eagles, who are heating up for the stretch run. Nelson, a Butte High graduate, hit two three pointers in the win as the

  • Nelson scores 15, Eagles win fifth straight0

    CHENEY, Wash. — Butte High graduate Lexie Nelson scored 15 points as Eastern Washington beat Southern Utah 88-67 Thursday night in a Big Sky Conference women’s basketball game. Stats The win was the fifth straight for the Eagles, who saw all five starters reach double figures. Hayley Hodgins led the way with 19 points, while


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