• Saturday’s Hot Ticket

    Saturday’s Hot Ticket0

    College women’s basketball Montana Tech at MSU-Northern 5 p.m. The Orediggers (3-5 conference and overall) open the doubleheader against the Skylights (0-4, 1-7) at the Armory in Havre. Tech is coming off last week’s home split with Rocky Mountain College. Northern lost two games at Montana Western. The teams play again Sunday. College men’s basketball

  • Fourth quarter lifts Maroons past Wolves

    Fourth quarter lifts Maroons past Wolves0

    By Bill Foley Butte Central did not have any secrets Thursday night. The Maroons did not make any changes of scheme or pull out any tricks as they used a strong fourth quarter to pull out a 49-40 non-conference win over Three Forks at the Maroon Activities Center. BC just started to play better. “We

  • Thursday’s scores

    Thursday’s scores0

    BOYS PREP BASKETBALL Belt 71, Geraldine/Highwood 29 Big Timber 69, Manhattan 52 Browning 62, Havre 61 Butte Central 49, Three Forks 40 Columbia Falls 60, Whitefish 58, OT Dodson 65, Nashua 25 Eureka 59, Arlee 43 Gallatin 62, Bozeman 60 Great Falls 61, Great Falls Russell 34 Hamilton 63, Stevensville 20 Harlem 72, Glasgow 52

  • BC girls make it 2 for 2 with win at Three Forks

    BC girls make it 2 for 2 with win at Three Forks0

    THREE FORKS — Butte Central’s girls’ basketball team is officially on a winning streak. Eight different player scored Thursday night as the Maroons ran their record to 2-0 with a 51-41 non-conference win over Three Forks. Brooke Badovinac came off the bench to lead the way with 11 points. She sank 7 of 10 shots

  • Wolfpack outruns Bulldogs

    Wolfpack outruns Bulldogs0

    KALISPELL — Kalispell Glacier outscored the Butte High boys 45-23 in the middle two quarters Thursday night, and the Wolfpack ran to a 62-42 Western AA win over the Bulldogs. The win was the first in three tries for the Wolfpack. The Bulldogs fell to 1-2. Jaxson Olson scored 17 of his game-high 22 points

  • Jackson honored one last time at Naranche Stadium

    Jackson honored one last time at Naranche Stadium0

    Jackson honored one last time at Naranche By Bill Foley A cold, brisk breeze blew through a sunny Naranche Stadium Thursday afternoon. It gave the storied stadium that gameday feel as D.J. Jackson stepped into the spotlight. The Bulldog senior took the field one last time, this time trading his purple for a read Montana


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