• Bengals blank Butte girls

    Bengals blank Butte girls0

    HELENA — Helena High beat Butte High 6-0 in a cool, wet and windy girls’ soccer match Thursday. The Bengals scored three goals in each half to beat the Bulldogs for the second time this season. “We played with good energy today,” Bulldog coach Jacob Steilman said. “Players were working hard all over the field.

  • Butte High sweeps Beavers

    Butte High sweeps Beavers0

    DILLON — Butte High’s volleyball team swept the Dillon Beavers for the second time this season Thursday night. This time, the Bulldogs beat the Beavers 25-12, 25-10, 25-16 in the non-conference match in the B.W. Lodge Gymnasium. Ally Mueller led the balanced Bulldog attack with nine kills. Kennadie McMahon added seven spikes, while Emma Field

  • Bulldog boys go down fighting in Helena

    Bulldog boys go down fighting in Helena0

    HELENA — Butte High’s boys’ soccer team closed out the regular season Thursday, falling 8-0 to Helena High in a hard-fought game played in extremely windy condition. “The Bengals had to work for every goal and their coaching staff noted how hard our team played to the very end,” Butte High coach Cody Carpenter said.

  • Bulldog runners tune up at Bozeman meet

    Bulldog runners tune up at Bozeman meet0

    BOZEMAN — Butte High’s cross country team finally got back on the course Thursday for a meet with Bozeman and Belgrade. The race came after a two-week break because of a snowed-out Helena meet. It also saw some injured Bulldogs return to action, even if they are still running through injuries. Butte High’s top girl

  • Maroons welcome Pirates, eye playoff berth

    Maroons welcome Pirates, eye playoff berth0

    By Bruce Sayler This is a loser-out game Butte Central and Polson face Friday night in their Western A Conference high school football game. The winner will lock up a spot in the state Class A playoffs. A loss by Butte Central will eliminate the Maroons from postseason play while a Polson defeat would likely

  • Bulldogs focused on Eagles as excitement builds

    Bulldogs focused on Eagles as excitement builds0

    By Bill Foley Butte High can clinch the Western AA football title with a win over Missoula Big Sky Friday at Missoula County Stadium. The top-ranked Bulldogs can also wrap up home-field advantage throughout the playoffs with a win over the Eagles and a victory next week at home against Missoula Hellgate. That kind of


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