• Orediggers upset Saints

    Orediggers upset Saints0

    By Bill Foley Thursday night did not seem like Carroll College was playing Montana Tech. The HPER Complex crowd had more of a preseason feel, and you could almost hear the ball every time it hit the floor. If it wasn’t for a handful of football players cheering on the Orediggers, you would have. The

  • Saints hold off Tech women

    Saints hold off Tech women0

    By Bruce Sayler The Carroll fuse was delayed. Once, Hannah Dean, Danielle Wagner and Company exploded, though, Montana Tech found itself out of chances. NAIA eighth-ranked Carroll picked up a 63-52 Frontier Conference college women’s basketball victory over the Orediggers Thursday in the Montana Tech HPER Complex. (Stats) Dean finished 21 points and nine rebounds,

  • McLeod breaks Big Sky record in pentathlon win

    McLeod breaks Big Sky record in pentathlon win0

    BOZEMAN — Montana opened Day 1 of the Big Sky Conference Indoor Track & Field Championships about as good as anyone could have imagined, with Erika McLeod and Jansen Ziola finishing first and second, respectively, in the women’s pentathlon. (Day 1 results) McLeod, a Butte High graduate, not only won the event for the third time

  • Joyce, Maroons battle back to beat Maidens, 57-54

    Joyce, Maroons battle back to beat Maidens, 57-540

    HAMILTON — That just happened. Butte Central’s girls’ basketball team overcame a 19-point first half deficit to knock off Ronan 57-54 during the first round of the Western A Divisional basketball tournament on the Dale Berry Court. The surging Maroons will play Browning in Friday’s 5 p.m. semifinal game. (Stats) Tricia Joyce led the way

  • BC boys rout Loggers, Browning up next

    BC boys rout Loggers, Browning up next0

    HAMILTON — Butte Central’s boys’ basketball team cruised into the Western A Divisional semifinals today. The Maroons (17-4) saw nine players score points, and BC routed Libby 66-29 on the Dale Berry Court to book a date with Browning (20-1) in Friday’s 6:30 p.m. semifinal. (Stats) Central led 18-4 after the first quarter and 32-7

  • Hawks pull away from Bulldogs on Senior Night

    Hawks pull away from Bulldogs on Senior Night0

    By Bruce Sayler Butte High seemed to be in pretty good shape for a possible boys’ basketball win Tuesday night — until Bozeman called in the reserves. Jackson Coles came in off the bench to score 16 points and Hudson Willett tallied nine as Bozeman beat the Bulldogs 61-46 in an Eastern AA Conference game


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