• 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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  • Badovinac, Chapman win City handball titles

    Badovinac, Chapman win City handball titles0

    Brett Badovinac and John Chapman captured City handball championships last week at the Elks. Badovinac defeated Don Foley 21-9, 21-11 to win the City Masters title for the fourth consecutive year and eighth time in the last nine years. Chapman, who last year completed his basketball career at Montana Tech, edged Skyler Criscuolo 21-15, 21-16

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  • Bado wins fifth straight Ryan/Bersanti title

    Bado wins fifth straight Ryan/Bersanti title0

    Butte’s Brett Badovinac won the Open Division at the Bill Ryan and Al Bersanti Memorial Handball Tournament Sunday at the Elks. Badovinac defeated Les Seago of Emigrant 21-17, 10-21, 11-6 in the final match. This marks Badovinac’s fifth consecutive title in the tournament and seventh overall. Florence’s Wally Page defeated Joe Urbani of Bozeman for

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  • Ryan/Bersanti handball begins Friday at Elks

    Ryan/Bersanti handball begins Friday at Elks0

    The 34th Annual Bill Ryan and Al Bersanti Memorial Handball Tournament starts Friday at the Elks. Butte’s Brett Badovinac and Mike Hitchcock are the defending champions. Badovinac has won the Open division the last four years. Hitchcock won the Golden Masters division last year. The divisions are combined for this year’s tournament. Opening round schedule:

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  • Ryan and Bersanti handball set for next weekend

    Ryan and Bersanti handball set for next weekend0

    The 34th Annual Bill Ryan and Al Bersanti Handball Tournament is set for Nov. 30 through Dec. 8 at the Elks courts in Butte. Brett Badovinac is the four-time defending champion of the tournament. Cost is $50 for the singles tournament that will offer open, masters, golden masters, super golden masters, B and C divisions.

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  • Bozeman’s Moler tops Bado to win handball crown

    Bozeman’s Moler tops Bado to win handball crown0

    Montana has a new state handball champion, and this one looks to have some staying power. Scottie Moler of Bozeman used his powerful serve to knock off defending champion Brett Badovinac 21-9, 21-2 in the Open Division championship match Sunday at the Butte Elks. The 33-year-old Moler moved to Bozeman from Iowa to the Treasure

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