• BC game called off

    BC game called off0

    Butte Central’s football game in Corvallis has been canceled. The cancellation is related to Friday’s confirmed case of COVID-19 in a student at the high school, BC coach Don Peoples Jr. said. The game was scheduled for Friday but moved back a day while the Butte-Silver Bow Health Department investigated the case. As the Maroons

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  • BC football postponed

    BC football postponed0

    Butte Central’s football game in Corvallis has been postponed, school officials said. Butte Central coach Don Peoples Jr., who is also the president of Butte Central Schools, said the reason for the postponement was because a student at BC tested positive for COVID-19. Peoples said the student is not a football player. The game has

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  • Maroons head to Corvallis for must-win game

    Maroons head to Corvallis for must-win game0

    By Bill Foley Butte Central will be in Corvallis for what has to be considered a must-win football game Friday night. Or, maybe it will be Saturday night. We don’t really know yet. “That’s 2020 for us,” Butte Central coach Don Peoples Jr. said. The air quality in the Bitterroot Valley has been even worse

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  • Beavers blank Maroons

    Beavers blank Maroons0

    By Bruce Sayler Once Dillon put Butte Central on the ropes, it wouldn’t let the Maroons off of them, Friday night. The Beavers’ experience and execution ex’d out any hope Butte Central had of celebrating a successful Senior Parents Night game on the Bob Green Field at Montana Tech. Dillon scored three touchdowns in the

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  • Friday’s Hot Ticket

    Friday’s Hot Ticket0

    Prep football Butte High at Helena, 7 p.m. The Bulldogs finally open the season Friday when they travel to the Capital City for the Western AA game. Click here for a preview of the 2020 Bulldogs. Dillon at Butte Central, 7 p.m. The Maroons look for their first win when they welcome undefeated Dillon for

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  • Maroons battle back for five-set victory

    Maroons battle back for five-set victory0

    LIVINGSTON — Is it too early to start referring to the Butte Central volleyball team as the “cardiac kids?” Two matches into the 2020 season, and the Maroons have played two thrilling five-set matches. This time, the Maroons came out on the right side, coming back from a 0-2 hole for the victory. After falling

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