• Sell us a candy bar if you really want our money

    Sell us a candy bar if you really want our money0

    When I look back on the 2004 Class AA State boys’ basketball tournament in Missoula, one of the first things I remember is the way Butte High took the floor. Great Falls Russell, which won the game, entered the arena in full warmup uniforms. They wore long-sleeved tops and pants as they ran onto the

  • Joyce, Omlid named MVPs of Southwestern A tourney

    Joyce, Omlid named MVPs of Southwestern A tourney0

    Butte Central’s Tricia Joyce and Hamilton’s Hunter Omlid were voted MVPs of the Southwestern A District basketball tournaments. The tournaments concluded Saturday at the Maroon Activities Center with the Butte Central girls and Hamilton boys capturing the championships. Media members and tournament officials voted on the All-Tournament teams, and the two seniors were each picked

  • Broncs top BC boys in District title game

    Broncs top BC boys in District title game0

    By Bill Foley The Butte Central boys’ basketball team won’t be moving on to Western A Divisional tournament as the No. 1 seed. The Maroons, though, are moving on. That was the point of emphasis for the Maroons after BC fell 54-52 to Hamilton in the championship game of the Southwestern A Divisional tournament at

  • Maroon girls claim Southwestern A title

    Maroon girls claim Southwestern A title0

    By Bill Foley This all started with the scoreboard at Dahlberg Arena in Missoula showing a final score of 64-17. Butte Central’s girls’ basketball team was on the short end of that lopsided opener, and BC fans wondered aloud if the Maroons would win any games at all during the 2018-19 campaign. Oh, what a

  • Golden Bears edge Bulldogs in double OT

    Golden Bears edge Bulldogs in double OT0

    By Bruce Sayler The weld on the cap of Butte High’s win column proved again to be a tight hold. The Bulldog boys remained winless in Eastern AA Conference basketball play Saturday, despite seeming to have all the winning ingredients. All were foiled by Billings West, 78-71 in double overtime. Butte High erased a 13-point

  • Cyclops packs Civic Center

    Cyclops packs Civic Center0

    The annual  Cyclops Wrestling tournament drew more than 900 to the Butte Civic Center this weekend. Younger wrestlers competed Saturday on the Mining City mats. Older grapplers will hit the mats on Sunday. The tournament is named in honor of legendary Butte coach Don Tamietti. Results of the tournament will be published when available.


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