• Bulldogs host Big Sky on Senior Night

    Bulldogs host Big Sky on Senior Night0

    By Bill Foley Friday night could be a very good night for the Butte High Bulldogs. Butte High will honor its 26 seniors as the Bulldogs take on Missoula Big Sky in a Western AA football game at 7 p.m. at Naranche Stadium. (Radio: KBOW, 550 AM, 101.5 FM, kbow550.net or on the KBOW app)

  • Whitlock bounces back with one shoe in Helena

    Whitlock bounces back with one shoe in Helena0

    HELENA — Maybe Trey Whitlock was just wearing too many shoes. The Butte High junior busted out of a season-long slump in a big way Wednesday at the Bill Roberts Golf Course, and he did it in unlikely fashion. Whitlock was not the fastest Bulldog with a time of 19 minutes, 12 seconds over the

  • Spartans blow pasts Bulldogs in boys’ playoff

    Spartans blow pasts Bulldogs in boys’ playoff0

    MISSOULA — Missoula Sentinel’s boys’ soccer team did not need a lot of help as the Spartans took on Butte High in the first round of the Class AA playoffs Wednesday afternoon. The Spartans, though, got some big-time aid in the form of the wind. Sentinel scored on a penalty kick before the gusting wind

  • Wednesday’s Hot Ticket: Soccer, cross country, volleyball

    Wednesday’s Hot Ticket: Soccer, cross country, volleyball0

    Prep soccer Class AA boys’ playoffs: Butte High at Missoula Sentinel, 4:30 p.m. The Bulldogs open the playoffs on a high note. Butte High is looking to build on Saturday’s huge win at Kalispell Flathead when it takes on the Spartans. Butte High (3-11) moved up to the No. 6 seed with the victory. Sentinel

  • Bengals blank Butte High

    Bengals blank Butte High0

    HELENA — A Rachel Plaster hat trick led the way Tuesday as Helena High topped Butte High 10-0 in a Class AA playoff soccer match at the Siebel Soccer Fields. Helena led 6-0 at halftime before putting the win away with four goals in the second half. “The team played their hearts out,” Butte High

  • Hellgate tops Dogs in four

    Hellgate tops Dogs in four0

    MISSOULA — Butte High’s volleyball team dug itself too big of a hole Tuesday night. The Bulldogs couldn’t overcome that slow start, falling 25-8, 25-21, 19-25, 25-20 to Missoula Hellgate in a Western AA match. The win salvaged the season split for Hellgate (2-8). Kennadie McMahon registered 11 kills to lead the Bulldogs, who fell


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