• Fourth quarter run lifts Copperheads past BC girls

    Fourth quarter run lifts Copperheads past BC girls0

    By Bill Foley ANACONDA — If high school basketball games only lasted 20 minutes or so, Butte Central’s girls would be celebrating their fifth win of the season. Unfortunately for the Maroons, games last 32 minutes. Thursday night at Memorial Gym, Anaconda dominated the final eight of those, and the Copperheads pulled off a 52-39

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  • Butte High boys’ game at Big Sky called off

    Butte High boys’ game at Big Sky called off0

    Butte High’s boys’ basketball game at Missoula Big Sky has been postponed, Butte High Activities Director Chuck Merrifield said. A make up for the game has not yet been set. Butte High’s girls’ basketball game with Missoula Big Sky at the Civic Center was previously postponed. That game will be made up Tuesday. Butte Central’s

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  • COVID cuts into Thursday prep sports schedule

    COVID cuts into Thursday prep sports schedule1

    Butte High girls, BC boys have games postponed Issues related to COVID-19 have cut into Thursday’s sports schedule. Butte High’s girls’ basketball game with Missoula Big Sky scheduled for the Butte Civic Center has been postponed. So has Butte Central’s boys’ basketball game at Anaconda. A press release by Butte Central said the COVID issue

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  • Bradshaw notches win as Central speech tunes up

    Bradshaw notches win as Central speech tunes up0

    Over the past weekend, the Butte Central Talking Maroons joined 21 schools and 230 oratorical athletes from around the state in the first Montana All State Extravaganza virtual speech meet. The students competed over two days, performing their pieces via webcam. BC freshman Jim Bradshaw led the debaters, notching a third-round win in Lincoln-Douglas debate,

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  • Tuesday’s Hot Ticket: Bulldogs-Beavers

    Tuesday’s Hot Ticket: Bulldogs-Beavers0

    Prep girls’ basketball Dillon at Butte High, 6 p.m. The girls open the non-conference win bill at the Butte Civic Center. Dillon comes to town at 6-0 overall after Saturday’s 69-29 home win over East Helena. Ainsley Shipman averages 11.8 points and 9.5 rebounds to lead Dillon. Lauryn Petersen adds 10.8 points per game. Butte

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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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