• Hellgate girls top Bulldogs

    Hellgate girls top Bulldogs0

    Bruce Sayler   Missoula Hellgate’s team height and pressure defense proved too much for Butte High.  The Knights capitalized on both in defeating Western AA Conference high school girls’ basketball opponent Butte High 47-27 Friday night in the Bulldogs’ Ross J. Richardson Memorial Gym. The Hellgate squad brought a lot of experience to the game, too – experience at being

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  • Butte High girls looking to make some history

    Butte High girls looking to make some history0

    First girls’ wrestling season wraps up with state meet By Bill Foley Butte High’s girl wrestlers have history on their side this week. Seven members of the team will represent the Mining City when the Bulldogs compete in the inaugural MHSA Girls’ State Championships Friday and Saturday at Lockwood High School. No matter what happens,

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  • Bulldogs work overtime for Senior Night win

    Bulldogs work overtime for Senior Night win0

    Butte has three-game win streak for first time since 2012 By Bill Foley It has been a while since Butte High’s boys’ basketball felt this good. To be exact, it has been nine years and two weeks. The Bulldogs overcame an 11-point deficit Tuesday night to beat Helena High 59-50 in a Western AA overtime

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  • Maroons topple Rangers four fourth-straight win

    Maroons topple Rangers four fourth-straight win0

    By Bruce Sayler   Livingston wasn’t about to allow the smoothness with which the Butte Central boys played basketball last weekend.  The Maroons still won, however. Though forced to play a little more bruise ball or collision quest by the tenacious, upset-minded Rangers, the BC boys came through with 58-42 Class A non-conference victory in the

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  • Diggers, Dawgs opt out of spring football season

    Diggers, Dawgs opt out of spring football season0

    Digges, Dawgs opt out of spring football season Montana Tech and Montana Western will not be playing football this spring. Both schools announced today that they are opting out of the Frontier Conference’s shortened season. Montana Tech Director of Athletics Matt Stepan said the decision is to minimize the risks to the student-athletes, the campus

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  • We have come too far to turn back now

    We have come too far to turn back now1

    Boston Red Sox pitcher Chris Sale is on his flway back from Tommy John surgery. He underwent the procedure to replace ulnar collateral ligament in his left elbow last March, so that puts Sale on pace to return to the Red Sox rotation sometime around June, if he’s lucky. There is a pretty good chance

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