• He is a Crusader who makes all Crusaders proud

    He is a Crusader who makes all Crusaders proud2

    Whenever I see Kash or Billy Kelly doing something good for the Butte High Bulldogs, I nudge my son and proudly proclaim, “He’s a Crusader.” I used to do the same to my daughter when Kasey Daily played at Butte Central. Since the first day I walked into the doors as a student at Kennedy

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  • Guys like Gary Monahan make Hall of Fame great

    Guys like Gary Monahan make Hall of Fame great1

    Gary Monahan never got into the Butte Sport Hall of Fame. At least not when he was alive. The 1962 Butte Central graduate passed away about a month ago, according to family and friends. Fittingly, his death came just before the induction of the Butte Sports Hall of Fame Class of 2019. Monahan wanted nothing

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  • Being a Muni kid was a badge of honor

    Being a Muni kid was a badge of honor3

    In the summer of 1986, the Butte Country Club hosted the Montana State Men’s Amateur, and I wanted to be a caddy. We had all seen the movie Caddyshack, and we heard that being picked as a caddy during the biggest tournament in the state was a great way for us to make some big

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  • Class AA administrators strike out once again

    Class AA administrators strike out once again2

    Writer and philosopher George Santayana wrote a famous line about the importance of learning from history. “Those who cannot remember the past,” Santayana wrote, “would make perfect school administrators for Montana Class AA high schools.” OK, so the actual quote is, “Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it.” In Montana high

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  • The story of the toughest wrestler who ever lived

    The story of the toughest wrestler who ever lived0

    Keith Haberman should be a household name in Butte and Montana. When he walks down the street, people should say, “There goes Keith Haberman, the toughest wrestler who ever lived.” As Haberman stood on the stage and accepted praise from his former coach, Jim Street, during Saturday’s Butte Sports Hall of Fame induction banquet, it

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  • If the coach is in uniform, you are paying too much

    If the coach is in uniform, you are paying too much1

    Nobody managed more games in the big leagues than Connie Mack. Mack managed the Pittsburgh Pirates from 1894 to 1896 before running the Philadelphia Athletics from 1901 to 1950. During that time, he managed a record 7,755 games. He holds Major League records for wins with 3,731 and losses with 3,948. Mack led the Athletics

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