• Orediggers Hold Steady at No. 12 in Coaches’ Poll

    Orediggers Hold Steady at No. 12 in Coaches’ Poll0

    By MT Tech Sports Information KANSAS CITY, Mo. – The National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) released the fifth edition of the NAIA Men’s Basketball Coaches Top 25 Poll today. The Montana Tech Orediggers held steady at No. 12. The Orediggers (18-3, 6-2) have been ranked in nine straight polls now going back to February

  • Bulldogs are No. 1, so who’s No. 2?1

    It is a given that Butte High’s magical run to the Class AA State football title is the top sports story of the 2012 in the Mining City. Butte High’s thrilling overtime victory over Great Falls Russell in the semifinals came just six days before Jake Dennehy booted a last-second 46-yard field goal to give

  • 1991 Bulldogs vs. 2012 Bulldogs5

    Butte High beat Bozeman in a 38-36 classic Friday night in the Class AA State championship football game at Naranche Stadium. It was the first Bulldog title since 1991, and throughout that championship run we heard a lot of lines that started or ended with “For the first time since 1991.” Many members from the

  • What was the biggest story over the weekend?0

    Behind a five-touchdown performance by Zach Bunney, Butte High beat Billings Senior 62-57 Friday night in Billings. The win lifted the No. 5 Bulldogs to 4-1 on the season. In the Mining City Friday night, Anaconda stunned Butte Central with a miraculous 28-27 victory at Bulldog Memorial Stadium. The Maroons led 27-0 after three quarters

  • Best performance of the past week1

    The past week had several impressive performances on the Butte sports scene. Zach Bunney ran for 154 yards on eight carries to help Butte High rout Missoula Hellgate 42-0 Friday. Bunney scored on touchdowns runs of 75 and 40 yards on consecutive touches in the second half. Pat Hansen ran for 128 yards and three

  • Which game would you watch?1

    This weekend is a big one for football in the Mining City. Butte High plays host to Missoula Hellgate on Silver B’s Night Friday at Naranche Stadiumm, Butte Central plays host to Billings Central in the Bishop’s Bowl at Bulldog Memorial Stadium Saturday night, and Carroll College comes to town to take on Montana Tech


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