• Maroons win consolation at Blocktober Classic

    Maroons win consolation at Blocktober Classic0

    By Bruce Sayler Butte Central found its game late in its volleyball tournament, but the discovery was what the Maroons’ head coach, Becky Hancock, was looking for in the midst of strong competition. Butte Central scored a comeback 24-26, 25-15, 25-11 victory over Lewistown in the consolation final of the Blocktober Classic held Saturday in

  • Dinos hold off Tech women

    Dinos hold off Tech women0

    By Bill Foley The Montana Tech women’s basketball team got off to an exciting start tonight at the HPER Complex. Unfortunately for the Orediggers, however, the Orediggers fell just short of a win. A desperation 3-point attempt by Mollie Peoples at the buzzer was just off, and the Orediggers fell 56-53 to the University of

  • Bulldogs ground Eagles, secure Western AA crown

    Bulldogs ground Eagles, secure Western AA crown0

    By Bill Foley MISSOULA — It wasn’t anything fancy that sent the Butte High football team on its way to its eighth win of the season Friday night at Missoula County Stadium. It was just a matter of the Bulldogs doing things the right way, something that could be a theme for the 8-0 campaign.

  • Argos top Diggers in four

    Argos top Diggers in four0

    The University of Providence returned the favor to Montana Tech Friday night. Four weeks after the Orediggers went to Great Falls and took down the Argonauts in four sets, the No. 20 Argos beat No. 16 Montana Tech 3-1 at the HPER Complex. Providence won the Frontier Conference match 28-26, 25-17, 24-26, 25-19. (Stats) The

  • Maroons sink Pirates, move toward playoffs

    Maroons sink Pirates, move toward playoffs0

    By Bruce Sayler Aaron Richards wanted to credit Butte for what’s going on locally in football. Richards, one of nine Butte Central seniors on the football team, just finished gaining a sack, recovering a fumble, blowing open some line holes and harassing the Polson backfield in a fine all-around game in the trenches that helped

  • Diggers head to Caldwell for rematch with Coyotes

    Diggers head to Caldwell for rematch with Coyotes0

    By Bill Foley Montana Tech’s football team will be walking into a hostile environment Saturday when they take the field at what is expected to be a rainy Simplot Stadium in Caldwell, Idaho. The No. 19 Orediggers will be battling the white-hot Coyotes of No. 8 College of Idaho in a Frontier Conference showdown. Kickoff


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