• Tech’s Saraceni named NAIA All-American0

    Montana Tech running back Nolan Saraceni was selected to the American Football Coaches Association (AFCA) NAIA Coaches’ All-America Team, which was announced this morning. In his first year as a full-time starter, Saraceni, a 5-foot-10, 195-pound junior out of Billings Senior, ran for 1,683 yards on 247 carries. Saraceni rushed for more than 100 yards

  • The kick heard ’round the world (or at least the neighborhood)0

    When the Bears gave up an easy 48-yard touchdown on fourth and 8 to Green Bay to lose the division title two years ago, I punched a hole in a wall in my living room. Until a week ago Sunday, that was the dumbest thing I ever did watching a sporting event. When formerly reliable

  • BC girls cruise in Tip-Off Tournament finale0

    It appears the Butte Central girls’ basketball team is on a mission. Still smarting from a loss in the state championship game in March, the Maroons improved to 2-0 on the season with a convincing 61-36 win over Lewistown Saturday night at the Butte Civic Center. The game was the finale of the Butte Central

  • Maroon boys ground Eagles, 53–360

    Butte Central turned to its defense Saturday to turn in a blue-collar, 53-36 winning performance against Lewistown in the Maroon Activities Center. The win, in the Butte Central Tip-Off event, raised the Maroons’ record to 2-0 for the high school boys’ basketball season. They will play at Class B Anaconda next, on Thursday in another

  • Butte takes fourth at Street Duals0

    Butte High finished the 28th annual Mining City Duals Jim Street Classic in fourth place Saturday afternoon, marking the first time the Bulldogs have taken home hardware from the event since they took fourth place in 2004. Legendary Butte High coach Jim Street received a plaque after Saturday’s first round, as the tournament now officially

  • Bulldog boys swim to second in Butte meet0

    The Butte High boys swam to second place Saturday at the Butte Invitational at the YMCA. Senior Jake Bentley led the way, capturing first place in the 200-yard freestyle and the 100 butterfly. He just missed the school record in the 200 free. Freshman Zach Johnson won the 500 freestyle while swimming to fourth place


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