• Star Lanes hosts youth Pepsi tourney0

    More than  260 youth bowlers from across Montana will descend on the Mining City this weekend to compete in the State Pepsi Youth Tournament at Star Lanes. Competition starts on Friday with most Butte bowlers posting their scores. Qualifying continues on Saturday with the remaining youth, and Sunday will be a round robin with the

  • Amanda Mulcahy wins Martinich title0

    Butte bowler Amanda Mulcahy won the 32nd annual Jeanette Martinich Classic Invitational April 5-6 at the Star Lanes. This year’s tournament drew bowlers from Billings, Great Falls, Ronan, Missoula, Belgrade and Helena. Kalee Tripp of Butte was high qualifier Saturday night with a high game of 235 and averaging 198 for the evening. Some other

  • Kloempken wins 2014 Ringin’ Ten0

    The best bowlers in the Northwest came to Butte Montana over the weekend to compete at the Ringin’ Ten Scratch Classic held at Star Lanes, and Utah bowler Steve Kloempken walked away with the title. The Ringin’ Ten is one of the premier bowling tournaments in the Northwest.  It regularly draws competitors from Montana, Utah,

  • Turnout big for youth city bowling tourney0

    Local youth took to the lanes for their local city tournament on February 15-16.  Youth were able to compete in team, doubles, and singles. The youth city tournament was broke into age brackets and also into divisions within the age bracket. Ten and under bowled two games for each event, while the over 10 group

  • Local bowlers a hit at city tourneys0

    The city bowling tournaments were held on the last two weekends of January at the Star Lanes.  This years tournaments had a three division format that put bowlers in competition with bowlers of similar ability. Every year the Butte Bowling Association sponsors honor teams made up of some of our oldest active bowlers.  This years

  • Bowling a lifetime sport for Butte family1

    By Keith Meagor Bowling is a sport that can span a lifetime. People start bowling as young as 5 and bowl well into their golden years. Bowling teaches competition, hand-eye coordination,and patience. There is also a social aspect to bowling.  Friendships are formed between bowlers that span decades. I know that most of my Dad’s


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