• Butte’s Wilson places 16th, 10th on Utah WC moguls

    Butte’s Wilson places 16th, 10th on Utah WC moguls0

    PARK CITY, Utah – Butte mogulist Brad Wilson posted a 16th– and a 10th-place finish in Deer Valley World Cup freestyle skiing events held Thursday and Friday on the Utah international competitive course. Wilson, 28, took his 16th-place finish in moguls and was the United States’ third-highest finisher, reports from the meet said. The men’s

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  • Silk returns after strong showing in Wisconsin

    Silk returns after strong showing in Wisconsin0

    Butte’s Will Silk returned to the Mining City after a strong performance in the U.S. Junior Speedskating Championships over the weekend in West Allis, Wisconsin. (Results) The Butte High freshman was the youngest competitor in the event that also served as the trials for the U.S. Junior World Team, even though the Junior World Championships

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  • Butte’s Will Silk chasing hoops, skating dreams

    Butte’s Will Silk chasing hoops, skating dreams1

    Bulldog freshman will compete in U.S. Junior Championships By Bill Foley Butte High freshman Will Silk missed Saturday’s home basketball game against Kalispell Glacier. He will also not play Friday’s home game against Missoula Hellgate. No, Silk is not in quarantine as a close contact to a positive COVID-19 test. No, he is not injured,

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  • Brad Wilson emerges back into the sunlight

    Brad Wilson emerges back into the sunlight0

    Note: Brad Wilson, a 2011 Butte Central graduate, is a moguls skier who competed in the 2014 and 2018 Winter Olympics. He submitted the following to Butte Sports so he could keep the “Butte Rats” who follow him up to date on his career. By Brad Wilson Special to Butte Sports It was a long,

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  • Wilson ties for third in World Cup duals fog

    Wilson ties for third in World Cup duals fog0

    By Courtney Harkins Of usskiandsnowboard.org IDRE FJALL, Sweden — The U.S. Freestyle Ski Team finished out a strong weekend with more Americans finding the podium on Sunday. Jaelin Kauf snagged second place and Brad Wilson third in a dual moguls event plagued by fog to close out the first segment of the 2020-21 FIS Freestyle World

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  • Wilson zips to fifth in Swedish moguls

    Wilson zips to fifth in Swedish moguls0

    By Lara Carlton Of usskiteam.com IDRE FJALL, Sweden — Hannah Soar and Nick Page both earned their first Moguls FIS World Cup podiums in Idre Fjäll, Sweden, Saturday, with a pair of third-place finishes to pace Team USA’s good showing in the competition. Butte native Brad Wilson posted an outstanding fifth-place finish on the heels

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