• Kevin Peoples on the move to University of Missouri

    Kevin Peoples on the move to University of Missouri0

    COLUMBIA, Mo. — Kevin Peoples is heading to the Southeastern Conference. The 1989 Butte Central graduate has been hired as the assistant coach for the edge defensive line at the University of Missouri. The school announced the hiring of Peoples and Al Davis, who will lead the interior defensive line, this weekend. The 2022 season

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  • Bulldog swimmers make strides at Montana Classic

    Bulldog swimmers make strides at Montana Classic0

    Butte High’s swimming team put together a slew personal records Saturday as the Bulldogs hosted the Montana Classic at the Butte Family YMCA. The Bulldog boys placed ninth in team standings. Butte’s girls swam to 11th place. (Team scores; Individual results) “The team had a lot of personal bests today,” Bulldog coach Lynn Shrader said.

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  • Shorthanded Central girls hold off Frenchtown

    Shorthanded Central girls hold off Frenchtown0

    By Bill Foley Mollie Drew could not have picked a better time to have her best game as a Maroon. The 5-foot-8 Butte Central sophomore reached a career high with nine points Saturday afternoon, and a shorthanded BC girls’ basketball team turned back Frenchtown 49-43 in a Southwestern A game at the Maroon Activities Center.

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  • Dog girls second, boys third at Tom LeProwse Invite

    Dog girls second, boys third at Tom LeProwse Invite0

    Kaylee LaPier, Mason Christian capture individual titles BOZEMAN — Saturday was another good day for the Butte High wrestling teams. Butte High’s girls placed second overall at the Tom LeProwse Invitational at Gallatin High School. The Bulldog boys placed third in the meet named after a Butte High Diamond B. Kaylee LaPier and Mason Christion

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  • Bulldogs bounce back to take down Wolfpack

    Bulldogs bounce back to take down Wolfpack0

    By Bruce Sayler   The pressure situations might be a thrill Butte High senior Kodie Hoagland would rather avoid.  Even so, she thrived in them Saturday. “No, I wasn’t really nervous,” she said after her six fourth-quarter free throws clinched a 46-42 girls’ basketball victory for the Bulldogs in the Butte Civic Center. “That situation is

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  • Bravettes hand Butte girls first loss of season

    Bravettes hand Butte girls first loss of season0

    By Bruce Sayler  The new year started sluggishly for Butte High in girls’ basketball. However, with lessons learned, 2022 has a chance to certainly be successful.  The Bulldogs’ 50-44 loss to undefeated Flathead of Kalispell Friday night in the Civic Center was Butte High’s first of the season, and came in a tussle with a

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