• Track meet called off

    Track meet called off0

    The track meet involving Butte High, Butte Central and Bozeman set for Tuesday has been called off because of snow, Butte High announced. No make up date for the meet has been set. Butte High will host the Dahlberg Invitational on Friday. The Bulldog girls head to Friday’s Optimist Invitational in Great Falls.

  • Maroons snowed out

    Maroons snowed out0

    Butte Central’s softball and tennis matches set for today have been called off because of snow. The school made that announcement this morning. The Maroons were set to take on Belgrade in a non-conference softball game at Stodden Park. BC’s tennis teams were scheduled to play Stevensville at Father Sheehan Park. Central plans to make

  • Tuesday’s Hot Ticket: Bulldogs, Maroons

    Tuesday’s Hot Ticket: Bulldogs, Maroons0

    Prep track Bozeman at Butte High and Butte Central, 3:15 p.m. The Bulldogs and Maroons will run on their home track for the first time this season when they take on the Hawks at the Charlie Merrifield Track in the Gene Fogarty Complex. The meet will serve as a final tune up before Friday’s Dahlberg

  • Bulldogs call off softball

    Bulldogs call off softball0

    Butte High’s softball doubleheader with Great Falls Russell set for Tuesday at Stodden Park has been postponed. The school announced the move today, citing the wet weather in the forecast. A makeup date has not been announced. The Bulldogs are scheduled to play host to Bozeman on Thursday. As of now, Butte High’s track meet

  • BC falls to Panthers on otherwise solid day

    BC falls to Panthers on otherwise solid day0

    BELGRADE — A successful Saturday ended on a down note for the Butte Central softball team. The Maroons won four games in a jamboree tournament before dropping an 11-1 non-conference decision to two-time defending Class A state champion Belgrade. The Belgrade is the only game that counts in overall standings. Madi Kreiger homerd and Erin

  • Maroon tennis teams split in home debut

    Maroon tennis teams split in home debut0

    Butte Central’s tennis teams finally got to play on their home courts Saturday, finding mixed results in a pair of Southwestern A meets. BC’s boys and girls both fell 6-1 to Corvallis before bouncing back with wins over Hamilton at Father Sheehan Park. BC’s boys used three forfeits in a 7-0 win over the Broncs,


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