• Butte’s Kiley Caprara primed for breakout season

    Butte’s Kiley Caprara primed for breakout season0

    By Bill Foley Kiley Caprara is finally feeling at home on the campus at Montana Tech. He’s starting to look more comfortable, too. On Monday, the 2017 Butte High graduate officially shed No. 85 for a more-fitting No. 10 on the Oredigger football team. “It just didn’t fit me,” Caprara said of No. 85 during

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  • Butte Miner Ryan Wahl named All-State

    Butte Miner Ryan Wahl named All-State0

    Ryan Wahl’s strong 2019 baseball season did not go unnoticed when postseason honors were unveiled this week. Wahl, took home Southern District Class A All-Conference and All-State honors. He made the teams as a shortstop and as a pitcher as the Miners came within one game of advancing to the Class A State tournament. The

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  • Scott Mansch has long been one of the very best

    Scott Mansch has long been one of the very best0

    Jack Nicklaus played a round of golf at the Old Works in Anaconda in the summer of 1997. A crowd of more than 3,000 followed as the Golden Bear talked about golf and the decisions behind designing each hole of the course that covered the old Superfund site. “Who’s that carrying his clubs,” someone asked

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  • Champions crowned as junior tour wraps up

    Champions crowned as junior tour wraps up0

    ANACONDA — Four Butte golfers walked away with tournament titles Monday as the Southwest Montana Junior Golf Tour wrapped up the 2019 season at the Old Works. Four players from the Mining City also secured tour championships following the ninth stop on the tour. Kaven Noctor, Jack Prigge, Ella Prigge and Kodie Hoagland won their

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  • Butte Central alumni too much for Butte High

    Butte Central alumni too much for Butte High0

    By Bruce Sayler The prospects, futures, opportunities helped were the important takes for Tom Boyle from Saturday evening’s Burgman/Boyle Classic basketball game. For others, there were the memories and emotions. The game result, the final score ranked quite low on the priority list for a Butte High-Butte Central contest. “It was a successful night,” Boyle

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  • Bulldogs turn back Eagles to open Burgman/Boyle

    Bulldogs turn back Eagles to open Burgman/Boyle0

    By Bill Foley Boyle’s Buddies put on one heck of a show to open the 4th Annual Burgman/Boyle Classic Saturday at the Maroon Activities Center. In a basketball game that saw all 11 players score points, the Bulldogs held off the Eagles for an exciting 41-33 victory in the Special Olympics game that is dubbed

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