• Monday’s Hot Ticket: Bulldog, Maroon golf

    Monday’s Hot Ticket: Bulldog, Maroon golf0

    Prep golf Butte High at Billings Invitational, 11 a.m. The Bulldogs will get in their second tournament of the season when they open the two-day event at the Peter Yegen Golf Club. Butte High’s girls are coming off a fourth-place showing in last week’s Great Falls Invitational, which included all 14 Class AA teams. Senior

  • Tournament to benefit Butte’s Max Demarais

    Tournament to benefit Butte’s Max Demarais0

    The Butte High boys’ basketball program and Copper City Crossovers youth basketball will host a 3-on-3 tournament Sunday, Aug. 26 at Butte High School. The tournament is a fundraiser for incoming Butte High Max Demarais. During a standard physical for the upcoming football season, Demarais was diagnosed with a recent loss of vision.  Follow up

  • Maroon volleyball team showcases ‘options’

    Maroon volleyball team showcases ‘options’0

    By Bill Foley Butte Central volleyball coach Becky Hancock can’t help but smile when she watches her team compete. “I’ve got a lot of options,” Hancock said Saturday morning. “That’s what I keep saying to everyone. I can do a lot of different things.” The crowd at Montana Tech’s HPER Complex for Saturday’s Maroon and

  • Butte Central football team shows off talent

    Butte Central football team shows off talent0

    By Bruce Sayler With the news of the Friday passing of Butte Central sports matriarch Cathy Peoples becoming known, a gloomy Saturday morning for Maroons football had to be norm, even after dry weeks of 80s and 90s temperatures. Butte Central persevered through, directed by head coach Don Peoples Jr., with help from his brother,

  • Butte High runners eye ‘championship mentality’

    Butte High runners eye ‘championship mentality’0

    By Bill Foley Butte High just might have the makings of a solid cross country program. That was the feeling of fourth-year head coach Guy Wadas after he saw his Bulldogs overcome hot, smoky conditions to put on a solid display during Friday’s Purple and White race. “I told them we’re going to do it

  • Bulldogs have ‘fun night’ at football scrimmage

    Bulldogs have ‘fun night’ at football scrimmage0

    By Bill Foley Butte High football coach Arie Grey had such a good time at Friday’s Purple and White Game that he even praised the lightning that disrupted the festivities at Naranche Stadium. The Bulldogs got in their full scrimmage, but the soccer teams weren’t so lucky. The boys’ soccer scrum was called off because


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