• Bobcats party like it was 1984

    Bobcats party like it was 19840

    By Pat Kearney The fall of 1984 provided football fans with one of the most amazing stories of all time. The Montana State football team went from one of the worst teams in 1-AA football in 1983 to the best of the land in 1984. Montana State, under second-year head coach Dave Arnold, went into

  • The golden fall of 19640

    The year was 1964. The leaves were turning to gold and so were the hopes and dreams of the two high school football teams here in town, Butte High and Butte Central. Both teams had an uphill battle to try and turn golden. Both were coming off losing campaigns. The Bulldogs, under Sam Jankovich, had

  • ‘Some days you eat the bear’0

    “Some days you eat the bear and some days the bear eats you.” The quote comes from former Butte Central football coach Swede Kenison. He knew a thing or two about eating the bear. Kenison had a 28-1 record with three state football championships at Butte Central between 1971-73. It does not matter what the

  • Bulldogs, Broncs meet for 100th time0

    The first game of any high school football season is always special. There is an added touch with the opener on Friday night between Butte High and Billings Senior. When the football flies in the air on Friday night at Daylis Stadium in Billings, it will mark the 100th meeting between the Bulldogs and Broncs.

  • The colorful history of the St. Louis Browns1

    The St. Louis Browns were not one of baseball’s best franchise teams, but they certainly were one of  the most colorful in the national pastime. The Browns became a member of the American League in 1902, the second year of the junior circuit. The franchise came to St. Louis from Milwaukee where they were known

  • Tony Gwynn, a baseball legend0

    Tony Gwynn, a baseball legend past away earlier this week. Few people can argue the point he was one of baseball’s best pure hitters ever. If you base a pure hitter on batting titles, only two players in modern times were as good a pure hitter as Gwynn were Ted Williams and Rod Carew. Williams


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