• Brad Wilson sweeps moguls titles at National Championships

    Brad Wilson sweeps moguls titles at National Championships0

    Butte mogulist Brad Wilson finished the freestyle season with a flourish as he swept the men’s national championships this weekend to encore his podium showing in last week’s World Cup finale. The 25-year-old Wilson, who just last month represented the United States as a member of the Team USA freestyle ski team at the Winter

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  • Kingsbury only mogulist to top Wilson in season finale

    Kingsbury only mogulist to top Wilson in season finale0

    MEGEVE, France — Sunday saw the 2017-18 moguls World Cup season come to a close on the snowy slopes of Megeve, where Jaelin Kauf of the United States and Mikael Kingsbury of Canada took the final victories of the season in an exciting dual moguls competition, and Kingsbury and Perrine Laffont of France walked away

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  • Wilson reaches podium with bronze in finale

    Wilson reaches podium with bronze in finale0

    Brad Wilson of Butte captured the bronze medal Sunday in the men’s World Cup dual moguls event at Megeve, France, in the last World Cup event of the freestyle moguls skiing season. The two-time Olympian finished in third place behind World Cup leader Mikael Kingsbury of Canada and runner-up Benjamin Cavet of France. Jaelin Kauf

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  • Copper City Kings claim Bantam state title

    Copper City Kings claim Bantam state title0

    BUTTE – The Butte Copper City Kings triumphed, 6-2, over the Glacier (Whitefish) Avalanche to win the Montana Amateur Hockey Association Class B U-14 Bantam state championship Sunday at the Butte Community Ice Center. Butte scored five goals and held Glacier scoreless in the first period en route to the title victory. The Kings’ win

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  • Butte’s Fantini, Silk medal on Canadian ice

    Butte’s Fantini, Silk medal on Canadian ice0

    CALGARY — Eight Butte speedskaters went to Canada to compete in the RU Fast Short Track Meet last weekend and answered the question with a resounding “yes.” G.G. Fantini and Will Silk led the strong Butte contingent, taking home medals. Fantini, a third grader at Butte Central, captured the gold medal in his division. Silk,

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  • Copper City Kings storm back to rout Ice Dogs

    Copper City Kings storm back to rout Ice Dogs0

    BOZEMAN — The Copper City Kings high school hockey team from Butte spotted the Bozeman Ice Dogs a 1-0 lead Wednesday night. After that, it was all Butte, as the Kings skated to a 7-1 victory. (Stats) Six Butte players scored goals, with Noah McGee leading the way with two. Carson Barry, Aidan Francisco, Carsten

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