• Copperheads take down Maroons in five

    Copperheads take down Maroons in five0

    By Bill Foley That was a match that deserved a packed house. Tuesday’s non-conference volleyball match at the Maroon Activities Center had all the other necessary ingredients of the great Butte Central-Anaconda rivalry. All that was missing were the fans. In a mostly empty, yet somehow still noisy arena, the Class B Copperheads pulled out

  • BC golfers snowed out

    BC golfers snowed out0

    Butte Central’s golfers did not play Tuesday, after all. Snow on the course at the Riverside Country Club Tuesday morning forced the cancelation of the Belgrade JV Invitational. Central will complete in a tournament hosted by Butte High Thursday at Fairmont Hot Springs.

  • Tuesday’s Hot Ticket

    Tuesday’s Hot Ticket0

    Prep soccer Butte High at Helena High The Bulldogs hit the road for the fourth time in eight days when they take on the Bengals in the Western AA doubleheader. The girls play at 3 p.m., and the boys follow at 5. The Bulldogs boys are 1-3 on the season, while the girls are 0-4.

  • Veteran BC volleyball team opens with high hopes

    Veteran BC volleyball team opens with high hopes0

    By Bill Foley Count Butte Central volleyball coach Becky Hancock among those who really want to see the volleyball season played in its entirety. Part of her reasoning is that Hancock sees her 2020 Maroons as a team with a chance to be playing until the final weekend. “We’re looking good,” Hancock said. “I have

  • Big second half carries Broncs past Maroons

    Big second half carries Broncs past Maroons0

    By Bill Foley Butte Central did so many things well on the football field Thursday night. The problem was that the Maroons could not overcome the things they did wrong. Frenchtown took advantage of turnovers, special teams miscues and a short field to outscore BC 37-6 in the second half Thursday night at Alumni Coliseum.

  • BC golfers get in some swings at BCC

    BC golfers get in some swings at BCC0

    Butte Central golfers Phil Dwyer and Randy Larson got in their first 18 holes of the season Thursday at the Butte Country Club. Players from Dillon and Polson played with the two Maroons in a tournament that was a last-minute addition to the schedule. Dwyer, a senior, shot a 94, while Larson, a sophomore, hit


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