• BC baseball peers past snow toward very first game

    BC baseball peers past snow toward very first game0

    By Bruce Sayler Time-share at the Maroon Activities Center these cold, snowy, wet, wintry days in the infancy of new spring means the indoor sports facility is being shared by outdoor baseball, softball, tennis and track teams. Maybe it’s the P.E. classes that are being educated outside. Maybe not. Butte Central head baseball coach Richie

  • Bulldogs look for first baseball season to be a hit

    Bulldogs look for first baseball season to be a hit0

    By Bruce Sayler Butte baseball history is seemingly the destined role for Mining City Jim LeProwse. Only months after coaching the Butte Miners to rare state and regional American Legion baseball championships, LeProwse is at the helm of fielding the Butte High Bulldogs’ first high school baseall team. “I’m excited to be the first one

  • Montana State Doubles Handball Results

    Montana State Doubles Handball Results0

    Bozeman, MT – March 19, 2023 Justin Balkenbush and Spencer Larson of Billings captured the Montana State Open Doubles Handball Championship at the Ridge in Bozeman Sunday. They defeated three-time champions Chance Wachholz of Kalispell and Shelby native Pete Svennungsen of Spokane 21-11, 21-12 in the final. It is Balkenbush’s seventh State Open Doubles championship

  • Regional Hoop Shoot Results

    Regional Hoop Shoot Results0

    Dillon’s Kate Feenstra won the Girls 8-9 Division at the Elks Regional Hoop Shoot in Rapid City, South Dakota on Saturday to advance to the National Finals in Chicago on April 22. She made 24 of 25 free throws. Butte’s Jace Graham finished third in the Boys 8-9 Division, making 18 of 25 free throws. Other

  • Sophie and Nevaeh Grunhuvd earn All-American honors

    Sophie and Nevaeh Grunhuvd earn All-American honors0

    By: Logan Parvinen The USAW Women Folkstyle Nationals took place in Omaha, Nebraska, on March 4th – 5th. A total of 21 wrestlers from the Treasure State competed to show their skills against the best in the country. Two girls from Butte represented Montana in the tournament. Sisters Sophie Grunhuvd and Nevaeh Grunhuvd competed in

  • Butte club wrestlers battle in Helena

    Butte club wrestlers battle in Helena0

    By: Logan Parvinen Butte’s wrestling machines kept churning in a week dominated by the high school basketball state tournaments. Young wrestlers representing the Mine Yard Dogs (MYD), Butte Wrestling Club (BWC), and Butte Central (BC) participated in the Battle at the Capital event in Helena. Butte had 76 wrestlers participating, with 12 taking home the


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