• Copper City Kings skate to tournament victory

    Copper City Kings skate to tournament victory0

    SALMON, Idaho — The Copper City Kings high school hockey team skated to a tournament victory over the weekend. The kings knocked off teams from Helena, Idaho Falls and Spokane before knocking downing Sun Valley, Idaho, in the championship game on Sunday. The Kings travel to Bozeman Wednesday for a 7 p.m. Treasure State League

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  • Butte Copper City Kings go 3-1 in home weekend

    Butte Copper City Kings go 3-1 in home weekend0

    The Butte Copper City Kings had a nice home weekend. The Butte high school hockey team played two games apiece against Missoula and Great Falls at the Butte Community Ice Center, and the Butte club posted a 3-1 record. The next scheduled home games for the Kings are Feb. 23 and 24 against Helena. Following

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  • For Olympian Brad Wilson, it’s all about Butte

    For Olympian Brad Wilson, it’s all about Butte0

    By Bruce Sayler The moguls event has changed in philosophy and expectation since 2014 when Brad Wilson last competed in a Winter Olympics. The freestyle skier retains the enthusiasm to fire up the speed while flashing downhill over bumps and jumps, but also the experience needed to adjust accordingly to newness. “I’ve been working on

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  • Butte’s Brad Wilson headed back to Winter Olympics

    Butte’s Brad Wilson headed back to Winter Olympics0

    By Karen Price Of teamusa.org PARK CITY, Utah — The U.S. freestyle skiing aerials and moguls teams have a little of everything, from Olympic veterans (like Butte’s Brad Wilson) to reigning world champions to up-and-comers ready to make their debuts on sports’ biggest stage. Four of the top 10 women’s moguls skiers in the world

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  • Eighth in Quebec should aid Wilson Olympic bid

    Eighth in Quebec should aid Wilson Olympic bid0

    TREMBLANT, Quebec — The final FIS Freestyle moguls World Cup competition before the PyeongChang 2018 Olympic Winter Games in Korea went down at Quebec, Canada’s Tremblant resort of Saturday, where Justine Dufour-Lapointe of Canada thrilled the crowd in her home province with her first victory of the season, only for Ikuma Horishima of Japan to

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  • Hillcrest wins School Races

    Hillcrest wins School Races0

    Hillcrest once again defended its title at the School Races, hosted by the Montana Amateur Skating Association Saturday at the United States High Altitude Sports Center. The Hornets, who boasted 17 of the 42 skaters who competed, scored 140.25 points to run away with the team title. Butte Central placed second at 93.5 followed by

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