• Young baseball players learn from top coaches

    Young baseball players learn from top coaches0

    The Southwest Montana Baseball Camp drew 26 baseball players age 8-11to Miners Field at 3 Legends Stadium Thursday. The campers worked on hitting, fielding, base running and more at the camp that ran from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Ryan Wardinsky, a major league scout for the Miami Marlins, conducted the camp along with Belgrade

  • YMCA swimming lessons begin Monday

    YMCA swimming lessons begin Monday0

    A new session of swimming lessons begin Monday at the Butte Family YMCA. Outdoor lessons for swimmers 6 and older are also available at the Ridge Waters Water Park from 10:30 to 11:15 a.m. Call the YMCA at 782-1266 for more information or to reserve a spot.

  • Independence Day in Butte

    Independence Day in Butte0

    The Butte sports scene was on display during the Fourth of July parade Wednesday on Harrison Avenue. Following are some photos of local Butte teams and athletes who showed their colors on America’s 242nd birthday.

  • Butte Mixers win division crown at Spokane Hoopfest

    Butte Mixers win division crown at Spokane Hoopfest0

    SPOKANE — The Butte Mixers showed some resiliency in winning the boys’ fifth-grade team title over the weekend at Spokane Hoopfest. Ryan Peoples, Kelton Kean and Kendel Noctor made up the Mixers, who went 5-1 overall. They overcame an early 7-2 hole to beat the Junior Assassins 19-18 in the championship game. Hoopfest is a

  • Four Butte athletes qualify for Junior Nationals

    Four Butte athletes qualify for Junior Nationals1

    PROVO, Utah — Four young Butte athletes made the most of their trip to Brigham Young University for the USATF Region 11 Junior Olympic Track and Field Championships. The meet ran Thursday through Saturday, and Butte Track Club members Trinity Smelich, Taryn Stratton, Burke McGruder and Isaac Kohler qualified for the Junior Olympic National Championships.

  • Young Butte weightlifters heading the Nationals

    Young Butte weightlifters heading the Nationals0

    Hard work is paying off in the form of a trip to Grand Rapids, Michigan, for 10 young Butte weightlifters. There, the lifters will compete in the National Youth Championships, which run Friday through Sunday at the DeVos Convention Center. Butte athletes competing are T.J. Anderson, Cohen Andrews, Brandon Buchholz, Haley Carver, Spencer Callaghan, Stella


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