• Butte High wrestlers returning to their roots

    Butte High wrestlers returning to their roots0

    By Bruce Sayler Energy is high, hopes are soaring and the potential is loud enough to maybe wake up the echoes. That’s the plan, anyway, said Butte High head wrestling coach Cory Johnston. The Bulldogs return a champion, another place-winner and several other state qualifiers from last year’s team that finished in sixth place at

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  • Major League Baseball is trying to kill our dreams

    Major League Baseball is trying to kill our dreams0

    Copper Kings manager Tom Foley was not happy when I talked to him in his office on the night of July 8, 1996. “The game was ugly all around,” the manager said. “The best thing to do is just forget it.” More than 23 years later, I still cannot forget the night the Lethbridge Black

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  • BC girls look to rise from the unknown … again

    BC girls look to rise from the unknown … again0

    By Bill Foley Butte Central’s girls’ basketball team is going to open the season much like it did last December. The Maroons will be a relative unknown, even to themselves, as they head to Frenchtown Friday to play in the Western A Tipoff tournament. If they finish off this season anywhere near last year, however,

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  • Oredigger volleyball team takes long way to nationals

    Oredigger volleyball team takes long way to nationals0

    By Bruce Sayler Montana Tech head volleyball coach Brian Solomon sounded genuinely pleased by the Orediggers’ success this season and not at all surprised about where they are. Well, he was somewhat surprised they were in Denver Monday morning. Plans were for them to have been in Sioux City, Iowa, by Saturday night. However, winter

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  • Montana Tech women roll in final tune up

    Montana Tech women roll in final tune up0

    By Bill Foley Things could not have looked easier for the Montana Tech women’s basketball team Tuesday night. The Orediggers dominated in every facet of the game, and Tech beat Yellowstone Christian College 98-37 in front of a small crowd at the HPER Complex. (Stats) Mesa Williams hit a 3-pointer 16 seconds into the game

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  • Kloie Thatcher scores 31 as Bears top Blue Hawks

    Kloie Thatcher scores 31 as Bears top Blue Hawks0

    DICKINSON, N.D. — Overcoming a 23-5 deficit in the first period, No. 18 ranked Rocky Mountain College rallied behind a 31-point performance from Kloie Thatcher to defeat regional rival Dickinson State 74-61. (Stats) The 31 points counts as a career high for the sophomore from Butte. Thatcher, a Butte Central graduate, also recorded seven rebounds and

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