• Bulldog linebackers find success in hard work1

    There’s a certain swagger to the walk of linebackers. It’s the same on most any football team, as linebackers need to have size like the down linemen in front of them, as well as the speed of the defensive backs behind them. Add to that a strong desire to find the ball and run down

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  • Defense leads Diggers past Bears0

    BILLINGS — Sometimes the best defense is, well, a good defense. Montana Tech got a pair of defensive touchdowns Saturday and rolled to a 24-6 Frontier Conference football victory over Rocky Mountain College at Klindt field in Billings, spoiling homecoming for the Bears in the process. The 17th-ranked Orediggers held a potent Rocky offense to

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  • West overcomes Bulldogs’ fast start0

    The advantage of the new digs only lasted so long. Butte High’s boys’ soccer team jumped out to a 1-0 lead in their first-ever game at Bulldog Memorial Stadium Saturday. The Golden Bears of Billings West, tough, battled back with four goals to hand the Bulldogs a 4-1 Eastern AA loss. Butte High senior defender

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  • West tops Bulldogs late0

    Kayla Marker was a Bulldog heartbreaker Saturday afternoon. The Billings West sophomore midfielder scored two second-half goals to give the Golden Bears a 2-1 win over the Butte High girls’ soccer team at Bulldog Memorial Stadium. The loss was sour ending to Butte High’s Senior Day celebration, which saw the Bulldogs play at the East

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  • No. 17 Orediggers take on No. 22 Bears0

    Montana Tech’s football team will put its No. 17 ranking on the line Saturday at Herb Klindt Field in Billings. The Orediggers will be playing their third ranked opponent in four games when they take on No. 22 Rocky Mountain College in a Frontier Conference game at 1 p.m. (KBOW, 550 AM. Click here to

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  • No. 5 Bulldogs outrun Broncs, 62-572

    BILLINGS — The artificial turf at Daylis Stadium suffered what appeared to be a few scorch marks Friday evening, as the Butte High and Billings Senior football teams combined for 119 points in an offensive shootout for the ages. Butte High came out on top of the scorefest, spoiling Senior’s homecoming celebration by hanging on

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