• Bloodied Rauch goes ‘Butte tough” on Menzak for world title

    Bloodied Rauch goes ‘Butte tough” on Menzak for world title0

    By Bruce Sayler The first pictures of the new Sparta Muay Thai 55-pound world champion weren’t pretty ones. Sam Rauch sat on a bench in his dressing room while being prodded and dabbed and taped and such by medical attendants almost an hour after his victory in the title bout Saturday night at the Butte

  • Falcons to play Redhawks for 3rd at State C0

    Froid/Medicine Lake 37, Ennis 33 Mackenzie Dethman and Sydney LaBatte came through for Froid/Medicine Lake in the waning moments as the Redhawks edged past Ennis and into the state third-place game. The championship and third-place contest of the Class C girls’ basketball tournament was to be played Saturday evening in the Butte Civic Center. LaBatta,

  • Wilson resumes World Cup moguls slate in Japan

    Wilson resumes World Cup moguls slate in Japan0

    TAZAWAKO, Japan — Tess Johnson of the United States and Ikuma Horishima of Japan  claimed victories in dual moguls on the second day of back-to-back competitions at the FIS Freestyle Skiing World Cup event in Tazawako while Mikael Kingsbury secured his seventh consecutive moguls crystal globe. It was another exciting day in the Akita prefecture’s

  • Thursday’s scores

    Thursday’s scores0

    BOYS BASKETBALL Billings Senior 75, Billings West 69 Florence 55, Deer Lodge 36 Kalispell Glacier 49, Missoula Big Sky 36 Laurel 48, Glendive 35 Missoula Hellgate 67, Kalispell Flathead 50 Missoula Sentinel 53, Helena 48 Northwest A at Ronan= First Round= Libby 50, Whitefish 30 Ronan 64, Columbia Falls 52 Southwestern A at Hamilton= First

  • District 12C tournaments open Thursday at MAC

    District 12C tournaments open Thursday at MAC0

    The calendar might say we are only halfway through February. The madness, however, begins Thursday. The Maroon Activities Center will play host to the District 12C boys’ and girls’ basketball tournaments, kicking off a stretch of three weeks that the Mining City will be hosting at least one prep tournament. (Boys’ bracket; Girls’ bracket) Play

  • Maroons drop Bulldogs in boys’ game

    Maroons drop Bulldogs in boys’ game0

    By Bruce Sayler Expect the bruises to show Friday morning. As expected, Thursday night’s Butte High-Butte Central boys’ basketball series renewal was a physically rugged, spirited contest in the Butte Civic Center. Butte Central won by a 57-39 margin, using a tourniquet of a defense in the third quarter to stymie the Bulldogs. The 20-4


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