• Copperheads stun Maroons5

    Consider this rivalry duly stoked. Anaconda’s 28-27 victory over Butte Central burned the football souls of the Maroons and provided the salve for wounds the Copperheads have had inflicted on theirs by BC in recent times. The Friday night Anaconda win at Bulldog Memorial Stadium snapped a five-year victory string Butte Central had enjoyed in

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  • Bulldogs look for a win on the road0

    Butte High will put its No. 5 ranking and 3-1 record on the line Friday when the Bulldog football team travels to Billings to take on the Senior Broncs (2-2). Kickoff is scheduled for 7:30 p.m. at Daylis Stadium, as Butte’s game is the nightcap following a 4 p.m. matchup of Billings West and Missoula

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  • Copperheads, Maroons meet in Butte0

    That brutal non-conference schedule was all for this. Butte Central heads into Friday’s 7 p.m. homecoming football game against Anaconda at the East Middle School stadium with a 1-3 record. But the Maroons enter the Southwestern A season a battle tested bunch after playing the likes of Billings Central and Laurel. Friday, the games start

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  • Bulldogs come back on Dillon0

    The wake-up call delivered by Class A member Dillon was an effective slap felt by Class AA Butte High in non-conference high school girls’ volleyball Thursday night in the Ross J. Richardson Memorial Gym. Dillon rode an accurate front line and a strong set-and-hit game to throw a scare into the Bulldogs before being overtaken

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  • ‘Beef’ and ‘Speed’ up front for Bulldogs1

    The offensive output of the 2012 Butte High football team has been nothing short of impressive. In four games, the Bulldogs have scored a total of 176 points for an average of 44 points per game. The reasons for the offensive outpouring are many, but standing right up front is a five-man group that paves

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  • Hard work pays off for BC lineman1

    Brant Ahlborn isn’t nearly the football player he was a year ago, and that’s a good thing. The 6-foot-3 junior Butte Central right guard lost nearly the equivalent of a lightweight high school wrestler to become key contributor for a football team planning on getting back in the Class A playoffs in 2012. BC coaches

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