• Bad breaks, Bruins sink Butte High girls

    Bad breaks, Bruins sink Butte High girls0

    By Bill Foley The Butte High girls’ soccer team didn’t do itself any favors Tuesday evening at the Jeremey Bullock Complex. Helena Capital took advantage of several Bulldog miscues, and the Bruins topped the Bulldogs 6-0 in a Western AA match. “A lot of times this year, we are our own worst enemy,” Butte High

  • Bulldogs spike Knights

    Bulldogs spike Knights0

    By Bruce Sayler Butte High head coach Jeni Hope and her volleyball players had plenty to smile about Tuesday night. The Bulldogs clicked. If the 25-13, 25-15, 25-16 sweep over Missoula Hellgate wasn’t their best-played match of the year, it was might close to it. They beat the Knights both ways, dominating early and, in

  • Inspired Butte High boys fall to Helena Capital

    Inspired Butte High boys fall to Helena Capital0

    By Bill Foley Butte High’s boys’ soccer team did not grab a win for their seniors Tuesday afternoon. Helena Capital jumped out to a fast start and Butte the Bulldogs 7-0 in a Western AA match at a sunny Jeremy Bullock Complex. As the team celebrated Senior Day, the younger Bulldogs, however, honored their elder

  • Bulldogs take over top spot

    Bulldogs take over top spot0

    Butte High has a No. 1 ranked team. The eighth edition of the Treasure State Media Poll was released today, and the 7-0 Butte High Bulldogs took over the top spot in the Class AA. The move from No. 2 comes after Butte High beat Kalispell Flathead 38-0 Friday night in Butte. The Bulldogs took

  • Tuesday’s Hot Ticket: Soccer, volleyball

    Tuesday’s Hot Ticket: Soccer, volleyball1

    Prep soccer Helena Capital at Butte High The Jeremy Bullock Complex will set the scene when the Bulldogs and Bruins will meet for the second time this season. The boys open play at 3 p.m. The girls play at 5. Butte Highs girls played to a 1-all tie with Capital when the teams met Sept.

  • Bulldogs fall in three but gain believe at Capital

    Bulldogs fall in three but gain believe at Capital0

    HELENA — Butte High’s volleyball team did not return home with a win Saturday. The Bulldogs dropped a 27-25, 25-15, 25-13 decision to No. 1-ranked Helena Capital. Butte High coach Jeni Hope said her Bulldogs “played out of their minds” in the first set. “The team I know, finally played to their potential,” Hope said.


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