• Lady Griz dominate Portland State

    Lady Griz dominate Portland State0

    By Griz Communications  The Montana women’s basketball team led from start to finish on Saturday afternoon, rolling to a one-sided 88-56 victory over Portland State at Dahlberg Arena in Missoula. Coming off an emotional comeback victory over Sacramento State on Thursday night, the Lady Griz used the 3-point shot to build a 52-30 halftime lead

  • Gurnsey signs with Grizzlies

    Gurnsey signs with Grizzlies0

    By John Robbins  Another local Butte boy inked a deal to continue his football career Wednesday morning at the Ross J. Richardson gym. Camerson Gurnsey signed his letter of intent to play on the gridiron for another four years for the University of Montana Grizzlies, Gurnsey is a wide receiver and standout athlete for Butte

  • A ‘dream come true,’ Gurnsey commits to Griz

    A ‘dream come true,’ Gurnsey commits to Griz0

    By Bill Foley Cameron Gurnsey is not going to be wearing No. 21 like his father did at Washington-Grizzly Stadium. The Butte High senior said he wants to create his own legacy when he suits up for the University of Montana football team in Missoula. Gurnsey, a 6-foot-1, 185-pound receiver, has verbally committed to play

  • Dylan Cook signs with Tampa Bay Buccaneers

    Dylan Cook signs with Tampa Bay Buccaneers1

    MISSOULA — Former University of Montana offensive lineman Dylan Cook signed to with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers as an undrafted free agent. UM announced the signing after Cook went undrafted Saturday. Cook played quarterback at Butte High School, and he took his talent to MSU-Northern. The signing came after he missed all but a few

  • Richtman, Manning run to wins at Al Manuel Invite

    Richtman, Manning run to wins at Al Manuel Invite0

    Trudnowski, Thatcher post second-place performances MISSOULA — Montana Tech’s Becca Richtman and Carlin Manning picked up individual victories Saturday to highlight a strong day by the Oredigger women at the University of Montana’s Al Manuel Invitational. (Results) Richtman won the 5,000-meter race, while Manning took home a win in the 3,000-meter steeplechase. The meet included

  • Dillon’s Shipman, Anderson sign letters with Griz, BYU

    Dillon’s Shipman, Anderson sign letters with Griz, BYU0

    By Bill Foley DILLON — Thursday was a monumental day for a couple of state champion Dillon Beavers. Ainsley Shipman and Treyton Anderson signed NCAA National Letters of Intent to continue their track & field careers at the next level. Shipman signed with the University of Montana, while Anderson will take his talents to Brigham


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