• Dillon girls deny Maroons

    Dillon girls deny Maroons0

    DILLON — A slow start by the Butte Central girls’ basketball team was too much to overtime Thursday night. The Maroons scored just nine points in the first half, and first-place Dillon turned back BC 45-25 in a Southwestern A game at the B.W. Lodge Gymnasium. Ainsley Shipman scored 14 points to pace the Beavers,

  • Thursday’s Hot Ticket: Orediggers, Maroons

    Thursday’s Hot Ticket: Orediggers, Maroons0

    Women’s college basketball Rocky Mountain at Montana Tech, 5 p.m. The women open the twin bill at the HPER Complex as the Orediggers play their first home games in more than a month. Thursday’s battle will not be an easy one for the Oredigger women. The No. 15 Battlin’ Bears come to town at 16-2

  • BC girls’ hoops program offers free skills clinic

    BC girls’ hoops program offers free skills clinic0

    Butte Central’s girls’ basketball program will offer a free clinic for girls in kindergarten through eight grade the next three Wednesday nights. (Clinic poster) Starting this Wednesday, the clinic will run from 6 to 7 p.m. at the Maroon Activities Center (550 E. Mercury). Instruction will be offered by the Central coaching staff and the

  • Six Bulldogs win titles at John Fisher tournament

    Six Bulldogs win titles at John Fisher tournament0

    MISSOULA — Butte High’s fourth-place finish at the Jug Beck Rocky Mountain Classic did not represent all of the Bulldog wrestling success Saturday. (Results) Six Butte High wrestlers won titles in their divisions at the John Fisher tournament at Missoula Big Sky. Butte High also got three second-place finishes and two third-place performances. Cole Worley

  • BC boys make it look easy in rout of Yellowjackets

    BC boys make it look easy in rout of Yellowjackets0

    By Bill Foley Stevensville coach Clayton Curley said it a handful of times. “Too easy,” the coach yelled out to his boys’ basketball team Saturday at the Maroon Activities Center. “That’s too easy.” The coach was talking about Butte Central baskets. They came as fast an as furious as the BC defense was smothering, and

  • Maroon girls bounce back with win at Stevensville

    Maroon girls bounce back with win at Stevensville0

    STEVENSVILLE — Butte Central’s girls’ basketball team rebounded from Thursday’s loss in Anaconda in a big way. Less than two days after falling to the Copperheads, Brooke Badovinac poured in 23 points to lead Central to a 47-28 Southwestern A win over Stevensville. The victory lifted BC to 4-1 in Conference play, and eight Maroons


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