• Third time is the charm for Oredigger men

    Third time is the charm for Oredigger men0

    By Bill Foley Cody Baumstarck summed up the night with a smile. “We finally beat Carroll,” said the 6-foot-8 Montana Tech junior. “Yeah, it’s nice. It’s really nice.” It took three tries, but the Orediggers finally got the best of their biggest rival, knocking off the No. 17 Saints 74-66 in a Frontier Conference men’s

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  • Johnson, Rangers top Maroons in Livingston

    Johnson, Rangers top Maroons in Livingston0

    LIVINGSTON — A milestone night by Brandon Johnson led Livingston’s boys’ basketball team to a 55-46 non-conference win over Butte Central Tuesday night. The senior guard scored 29 points as Livingston salvaged the regular-season split with the Maroons. That included his 1,000 points late in the second quarter. Johnson will take 1,016 points into his

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  • Carroll women pull away for sweep of Orediggers

    Carroll women pull away for sweep of Orediggers0

    By Bill Foley For three quarters, the Montana Tech women’s basketball team was in striking distance of Carroll College. Then, the No. 16 Saints blew the roof off the HPER Complex. Carroll opened the fourth quarter with a 10-1 run to squash the Orediggers’ comeback hopes, pulling away for a 71-52 Frontier Conference victory. (Stats)

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  • Montana Tech golf team gets big addition in Small

    Montana Tech golf team gets big addition in Small0

    By Bill Foley Don’t let the name fool you, Montana Tech’s golf team got a big-time player Tuesday. Bozeman High School senior J.R. Small signed an NAIA National Letter of Intent to take his golf talents to Montana Tech. Surrounded by family, friends and teammates, Small signed his letter Tuesday afternoon at the high school.

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  • Lucas Kingston makes Tech signing official

    Lucas Kingston makes Tech signing official0

    By Bill Foley The old Bulldogs are getting the band back together at Montana Tech. Butte High senior Lucas Kingston became the fifth member of the 2019 Bulldog football team to sign to play football at Montana Tech. The school announced Kingston’s commitment when it unveiled its list of 40 new recruits last week. Kingston

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  • Limping ref falls prey to Facebook phonies

    Limping ref falls prey to Facebook phonies5

    The white-haired referee struggled as he made his way up and down the basketball court Saturday afternoon. He was moving slowly enough that, at times, his two partners had to cover for him on their rotation as Butte High’s girls’ basketball team took on Kalispell Glacier in a Western AA game at the Richardson Gym.

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