• City Bowling Championships

    City Bowling Championships0

    The Butte USBC City Bowling Championships were held recently at the Star Lanes. The Championships consisted of the 14th Annual USBC City Open Tournament and 7th Annual Women’s USBC Singles Tournament. Some highlights of the tournament were.  Denton Martinich (Division 1) and Steven Dobb (Division 2) were the scratch all events champions of the Open

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  • Mark Hodges captures City Open bowling title

    Mark Hodges captures City Open bowling title0

    The City Bowling tournaments were held recently at the Star Lanes.  Mark Hodges was the champion of the Open Championship tournament with a nine game scratch all events score of 2065. Every year the Butte Bowling Association sponsors honor teams made up of some of our oldest active bowlers.  This years men’s honor team was

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  • Young Butte bowlers heading to national event

    Young Butte bowlers heading to national event0

    By Keith Meagor Nine young bowlers from Butte will be heading to Indianapolis in July to complete in the Junior Gold Bowling Championships.  All of them qualified through local tournaments or through the statewide Pepsi Qualifier held a couple weeks ago in Butte. I recently had the pleasure to sit down with this group of

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  • Local youth shine at State Bowling tourney

    Local youth shine at State Bowling tourney0

    Butte bowlers Kayden Dziak and Josie Klapan were crowned Champions in the U15 divisions while Lauren Sullivan took the girls’ U20 at the Montana USBC Pepsi Youth Bowling Championships. Star Lanes hosted 230 youth bowlers in 10 Divisions on April 29-May 1 during the Montana USBC Pepsi Youth Bowling Championships. Youth bowlers qualified in their

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  • City bowling tournament results posted0

    The Butte USBC city bowling tournaments were held on the last two weekends of January at the Star Lanes. The tournament consisted of the City Open Tournament and the Women’s City Singles Tournament. This year’s open championship tournament had 55 teams, 67 doubles, and 134 singles. This was divided into 33 bowlers in division 1(average

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  • Martiniches roll into Butte USBC Hall of Fame0

    By Keith Meagor for ButteSports Dave and Debbie Martinich do most things together, so why would induction to the Butte USBC Hall of Fame be any different? At this year’s 11th Annual USBC City Tournament and Women’s Singles Tournament they were both be inducted to the Butte USBC Hall of Fame during the opening ceremonies.

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