• Badovinac tops Wachholz for state handball crown

    Badovinac tops Wachholz for state handball crown0

    Sunday was a good day for Brett Badovinac. The 46-year-old Butte man claimed his second state handball title in three years, beating four-time champion Chance Wachholz 21-10, 21-12 in the open division championship match at the Butte Elks. “I think I played probably my best handball match ever today,” Badovinac said. “I don’t know why.

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  • Hettick, Jurenic, Roesti capture racquetball titles

    Hettick, Jurenic, Roesti capture racquetball titles0

    MISSOULA — When he took up the sport of racquetball about a year and a half ago, Peyton Hettick didn’t think it would lead him to giving a speech. That, however, was the case Saturday night when he was presented the Jim Farrell Memorial Award as the Montana Junior Player of the Year during the

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  • State handball tournament starts Friday in Butte

    State handball tournament starts Friday in Butte0

    The Montana State Singles Handball Tournament starts Friday at the Elks in Butte. The open divisions features four time champion Chance Wachholz of Kalispell and past champion Brett Badovinac of Butte. Other former state champions in the field include Butte’s Mike Hitchcock and Dan Bersanti, Billings’ Tom Morris and Mike Meyer, and Missoula’s Steve Maier

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  • Badovinac wins seventh City handball title

    Badovinac wins seventh City handball title0

    Brett Badovinac earned a familiar title Tuesday night at the Elks. City champion. Badovinac beat Don Foley 21-13, 21-15 Tuesday night in the championship match of the Butte City Open handball tournament. The title is the second in a row and seventh overall for Badovinac. He will seek his second state championship when the Montana

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  • Wachholz, Svennungsen win state handball title

    Wachholz, Svennungsen win state handball title0

    MISSOULA — Kalispell’s Chance Wachholz and Spokane’s Pete Svennungsen defeated defending champions Brett Badovinac and Don Foley from Butte 21-4, 21-5 to win the Montana Open Doubles Handball Championship. It is Wachholz’s fourth state double title and second playing with Svennungsen. The Peak Racquet Club hosted the event as Montana Handball celebrates its 100th anniversary

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  • Butte’s Kennis, Roesti win Blizzard doubles title

    Butte’s Kennis, Roesti win Blizzard doubles title0

    Butte’s John Kennis and Ron Roesti teamed to win the men’s open doubles title at the 5th Annual Butte Blizzard racquetball tournament over the weekend at the Butte Fitness Courts. The tournament drew 65 players from Montana, Idaho, Washington, Arizona, Wyoming and Canada. Chris Weber of Billings and Rich Carver of Spokane placed second in

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