• Richtman redeems herself, Kughn repeats at Wulfman

    Richtman redeems herself, Kughn repeats at Wulfman0

    By Bill Foley PIPESTONE — It might seem silly to think that a runner who is four-time NAIA national champion and 10-time All-American would need any kind redemption. That, however, is exactly what recent Montana Tech graduate Becca Richtman gained Saturday morning as she ran to victory in the Wulfman Continental Divide Trail Race. (Results)

  • Spots open for Wulfman

    Spots open for Wulfman0

    The Wulfman CDT 14K Trail Race is June 18. Spots are still available. Registration is open until noon on June 12. This year the race will begin at Homestake and follow the Continental Divide Trail South to the Pipestone Trailhead near Highway 2. Participants will then be bused back to Homestake. Zack Kughn and Nicole

  • Butte Central graduate runs Boston Marathon

    Butte Central graduate runs Boston Marathon0

    BOSTON — Monday’s Boston Marathon field included a former Butte Central Maroon. Jackie (Cortese) Mrachek, who played basketball and softball before graduating BC in 1996, ran the 26.2-mile course in 3 hours, 35 minutes, 45 seconds. That put her in 12,980th place out of out of 25,314 runners. She finished the marathon with a pace

  • ‘SWEet Race’ set for April 9

    ‘SWEet Race’ set for April 90

    The Montana Tech Society of Women In Engineering will hold the “SWEet Race” on Saturday, April 9. The 5-kilometer run and walk will begin at 9 a.m. at the Three Bears parking lot. Cost is $25 for adults and $15 for racers 17 and under and college students. Money raised from the race will go

  • Rosenleaf, Murray win long race at Frigid Digger

    Rosenleaf, Murray win long race at Frigid Digger0

    Hennessey, Case claim 3-mile titles Ozzie Rosenleaf, Nicole Murray, Kaden Hennessey and McKenzie Case were the overall winners Saturday at the Wulfman’s Frigid Digger. Rosenleaf and Murry took home titles in the 7.3-mile race. Rosenleaf won the men’s title with a time of 54 minutes, 31.8 seconds. The Butte runner outpaced second-place Dustin Deitchler of

  • Kirtley, Murray defend titles at Veterans Day Race

    Kirtley, Murray defend titles at Veterans Day Race0

    Carlie Kearney, William McAnulty win 2.5-mile event A fresh coat of snow on the course did not slow down Veterans Day Race champions John Kirtley and Nichole Murray. Actually, the runners posted faster times than last year Thursday as they defended their titles in the 84th running of the race in Butte. (Overall results; Age


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