• Ryan/Bersanti tournament begins Friday at Elks

    Ryan/Bersanti tournament begins Friday at Elks0

    The 35th Annual Bill Ryan and Al Bersanti Memorial Handball Tournament starts at the Elks on Friday. Seven-time champion Brett Badovinac has won the last five years. He has also won two of the last three Montana State Opens Singles Championships, including last April’s tournament in Butte. Other entries include last year’s runner-up Les Seago

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  • Ryan/Bersanti tournament set for Dec. 6-8

    Ryan/Bersanti tournament set for Dec. 6-80

    The 35th Annual Bill Ryan & Al Bersanti Memorial Handball Tournament will be held Dec. 6-8 at the Butte Elks. Cost is $50, and players 18 and under are free. The entry deadline is Tuesday, Dec. 3. Matches start at 4 p.m. on Dec. 6. The singles tournament will offer an open division along with

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  • Determination, confidence leads Jurenic back to top

    Determination, confidence leads Jurenic back to top0

    By Bill Foley Lori Jurenic has a giant trophy to show off at her home. The award stands more than 3 feet tall, and she will have it for at least the next 50 weeks. She has had the traveling trophy since she won the first of three straight women’s open titles at the Montana

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  • 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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