• BC girls edge Frenchtown to win Southwestern A title

    BC girls edge Frenchtown to win Southwestern A title0

    Badovinac shot lifts Maroons on ‘Cancer Schmancer Night’ By Bill Foley It was one of those plays that every kid with a basketball dreams about. Butte Central sophomore Brooke Badovinac hit a 15-foot jumper with 3 seconds left Saturday, and the Maroons won the Southwestern A conference title with a 38-36 win over Frenchtown at

  • Broncs trip up Maroons

    Broncs trip up Maroons0

    BC boys will host play-in game Monday FRENCHTOWN — Butte Central’s boys’ basketball team could not overcome a cold first half Saturday, and the Maroons fell 44-39 in a Southwestern A title with Frenchtown. The loss means that the defending Class A state champion Maroons (9-6 overall, 5-5 conference) will finish third in the regular

  • Hoffman takes second, Bulldogs place fourth

    Hoffman takes second, Bulldogs place fourth0

    LOCKWOOD — Butte High sophomore Hayla Hoffman had a wild ride Saturday at the inaugural MHSA Girls’ State Championships The 170-pound wrestler returns home with a second-place medal after winning one thrilling match before dropping a heartbreaker. The heartache came when Sophia Dulin of Baker edged Hoffman 11-10 in the championship match. Earlier in the

  • Diggers fight off Bulldogs for five-set victory

    Diggers fight off Bulldogs for five-set victory0

    By Bill Foley Montana Tech’s volleyball team had a hard time finishing off Montana Western Saturday afternoon. After jumping out to a 2-0 lead, the Orediggers needed to go to a tiebreaker for a five-set Frontier Conference victory at the HPER Complex. Tech won 25-23, 25-15, 17-25, 22-25, 15-7. (Stats) “We just like to keep

  • Bulldogs, forfeits sick Eagles at Civic Center

    Bulldogs, forfeits sick Eagles at Civic Center0

    By Bill Foley Eight wasn’t enough for the Missoula Big Sky Friday night. That is how many wrestlers the Eagles brought to town for a Western AA dual with the No. 5 Bulldogs. Butte High put good use to the five forfeits that resulted — and 30 points — as the Bulldogs took down the

  • Central girls fall short

    Central girls fall short0

    HAMILTON — A strong fourth quarter by the Butte Central girls’ basketball team was too little, too late Friday night. The Maroons used a 13-0 run in the final frame to battle back, but BC still dropped a 47-34 Southwestern A game to the Hamilton Broncs. BC’s third straight loss sets up a huge 4


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