• Sam Rauch takes title at Butte Brawl 190

    By Sean Eamon for ButteSports.com You don’t get to pick the day you fight. Fortunately for Butte’s Sam Rauch, most days he’s in good enough shape to win. Rauch claimed a main event championship belt win at Butte Brawl 19 Saturday night at the Butte Civic Center. The victory gave him the FightForce 170-pound title. Sam “The

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  • Maroon boys sting Yellowjackets, move to 4-00

    Head coach Brodie Kelly pronounced the rebuilt Butte Central Maroons boys’ basketball team progressing nicely heading into the holiday break following Saturday’s 48-40 win over Stevensville at the Maroon Activities Center. The game began the Southwestern A Conference part of the BC schedule and the result put Butte Central at 4-0 for the season. “I’m

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  • Big Sky girls turn back Bulldogs0

    Head coach Maury Cook has been talking about “baby steps” as he tries to improve the experience and fortunes of this year’s Butte High girls’ basketball team. So, he knows it is going to take more than six field goals to win a game, and such will be the next subject of attention for the

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  • B.J. Robertson leaving Western for job as MSU assistant1

    Growing up in Sheridan, B.J. Robertson always wanted to be a Bobcat. Now, he finally gets that chance. Robertson, the head football coach at Montana Western the past three seasons, is leaving his alma mater to take a position as an assistant coach under new head coach Jeff Choate at Montana State University in Bozeman.

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  • Hellgate boys turn back Bulldogs at Civic Center0

    The Butte High boys’ basketball team had its good moments again Tuesday night. Unfortunately for the Bulldogs, the team also had some bad moments as the Bulldogs fell to 0-3 with a 55-43 non-conference loss to Missoula Hellgate at the Butte Civic Center. “I think we’re getting closer,” Butte High first-year head coach Luke Powers

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  • Western’s Wilson closes career with All-American nod0

    Montana Western linebacker A.J. Wilson closed his career in style. The 6-foot-1, 240-pound linebacker from Helena was named to the American Football Coaches Association 2015 AFCA NAIA Coaches’ All-American Team, which was released this morning. Earlier, Wilson was named the Frontier Conference Defensive Player of the Year. Following the best season in over a decade

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