• Friday’s Hot Ticket: Volleyball, cross country

    Friday’s Hot Ticket: Volleyball, cross country0

    Prep volleyball Butte High at Kalispell Flathead, 7 p.m. The Bulldogs hit the road for the first of two Western AA matches this weekend. The match is first that counts in standings since Butte High (2-3 overall, 0-2 conference) swept Belgrade Sept. 10 in Belgrade. The Bulldogs competed in the Great Falls Invitational last weekend.

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  • Butte High, Capital girls battle to 1-all tie

    Butte High, Capital girls battle to 1-all tie0

    HELENA — One “well-worked” goal off the foot of Brie Birkenbuel by the Butte High girls’ soccer tam earned the Bulldogs a 1-all tie with Helena Capital Saturday. The tie was the first match in six tries that did not result in a loss by Butte High’s young team this season. “We really showed some

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  • Bulldog boys show progress, fall to Bruins

    Bulldog boys show progress, fall to Bruins0

    HELENA — Butte High’s soccer team was singing together on the bus ride home Thursday night. The Bulldogs did not pick up a win. Rather, Butte High’s young squad fell 9-0 to Helena Capital in a Western AA matchup. Butte High, though, showed a lot to Butte High’s coaching staff and beyond as they fell

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  • No. 2 Bulldogs look to improve at Glacier

    No. 2 Bulldogs look to improve at Glacier0

    By Bill Foley Butte High’s football team boasts a 3-0 record. The team, which is ranked No. 2 in the Class AA, however, is from perfect. That is something Butte High head coach Arie Grey said his Bulldogs are well aware of as they head to Kalispell Glacier for a Week 4 battle Friday at

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  • Thursday’s Hot Ticket: Bulldog soccer, Oredigger volleyball

    Thursday’s Hot Ticket: Bulldog soccer, Oredigger volleyball0

    Prep soccer Butte High at Helena Capital The Bulldogs head to Helena looking for their first wins of the season. The girls play at 3 p.m., while the boys follow at 5. The Butte High boys’ and girls’ teams are coming off losses to Missoula Big Sky last Thursday. Butte High coaches, though, feel their

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  • Bulldogs stay at No. 2

    Bulldogs stay at No. 20

    Butte High’s football team remains ranked No. 2 in the Class AA in the latest Treasure State Media Poll, which was released today. Butte High received three of the 26 first-place votes from media members from around the state. No. 1 Billings West received the other 23. The defending state champion Golden Bears took in

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