• Tuesday’s scores

    Tuesday’s scores0

    BOYS PREP BASKETBALL Belt 63, Geraldine/Highwood 37 Bigfork 64, Columbia Falls 52 Bowman County, N.D. 89, Baker 48 Brockton 39, Savage 27 Butte Central 60, Stevensville 36 Cascade 55, Great Falls Central 43 Colstrip 55, Huntley Project 53, OT Great Falls 74, Great Falls Russell 39 Harlowton 45, Broadview-Lavina 39 Lustre Christian 50, Nashua 30

  • Hoffman holds down top spot in girls’ rankings

    Hoffman holds down top spot in girls’ rankings0

    Butte High sophomore wrestler Hayla Hoffman still holds down the No. 1 spot in the 170-pound weight class in the Montana Class AA girls’ wrestling poll. The second addition of the poll was released today, and the 7-0 Hoffman is ranked in the top spot for the second time. She is one of six Butte

  • 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,

  • Friday’s scores

    Friday’s scores0

    BOYS PREP BASKETBALL Belt 61, Denton-Geyser-Stanford 28 Billings Senior 57, Belgrade 48 Billings Skyview 67, Billings West 46 Bridger 72, Plenty Coups 52 Broadview-Lavina 71, Absarokee 61 Cascade 71, Valier 28 Chinook 73, Chester-Joplin-Inverness 22 Columbus 62, Shepherd 55, OT Dodson 77, Frazer 33 Florence 76, Corvallis 67 Fort Benton 58, Turner 14 Froid/Medicine Lake

  • Quake shake Cobras again

    Quake shake Cobras again0

    CODY, Wyo. — The Butte Cobras suffered another heartbreaking defeat Sunday at the Riley Arena. Yellowstone outscored the Cobras 4-1 in the third period for a 6-4 NA3HL Frontier Division victory. (Stats) The loss came less than 24 hours after Butte saw a 3-0 lead turn into a 4-3 loss. Austin Lawless and Joe McCormick

  • Whitefish boys, girls win Western A golf

    Whitefish boys, girls win Western A golf0

    POLSON — The Whitefish boys’ and girls’ golf teams captured the Western A Divisional golf titles Saturday at the Polson Bay Golf Course. The Bulldog boys ran away with the title, shooting a 308. Hamilton took second at a distant 332, and Polson placed third at 351. Whitefish’s girls shot a 379, beating second-place Polson


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