• Rangers top Maroons in four0

    Butte Central had some moments to build on Tuesday night on the volleyball court at the Maroon Activities Center. The Maroons also had some they’d simply like to forget. The Livingston Rangers took advantage of an inconsistent Butte Central squad to win the non-conference match, 25-21, 25-21, 21-25, 25-16. “Overall we were pretty flat,” BC

  • Let’s not talk about Jay Cutler4

    It felt like Ron Hasquet just attacked a member of my family. Hasquet is the former assistant football coach at Montana Tech who does color commentary on the radio broadcasts of Oredigger games on KBOW. He is also a guy whose football opinion I value more than just about anybody. Until he went after my

  • A special night at Naranche1

    Like in a tsunami, the big wave followed the shake. A phenomena, it seemed, resulted during Butte High’s 45-13 leveling of Billings West in a high school football game Friday night at Vigilante Stadium. The crowd grew. And it grew. It was the Bulldogs’ homecoming game, so a larger-than-usual attendance was anticipated. However, this one

  • Orediggers top Dawgs in double OT0

    DILLON — James Roberts knew the game was over when he saw teammate Joe Mitzel pick off a Jeff Logan pass. Four plays later, Roberts made sure that was the case. Montana Tech’s 6-foot-5 junior receiver hauled in his second touchdown of the game — a 5-yard strike to the back corner of the end

  • Orediggers look to spoil Western homecoming0

    The Orediggers are ready for an onslaught. One week after stopping a 16-game losing streak to Carroll College, the Montana Tech football faces another arch rival Saturday in Dillon. The town will be rocking as Montana Western celebrates homecoming while taking on the Orediggers in the Frontier Conference battle that kicks off at 6 p.m.

  • Second-half rally not enough for BC0

    LAUREL — The Maroons almost had a comeback of epic proportions Friday night. Butte Central rallied from a 37-7 halftime deficit to No. 3 Laurel to pull within 37-30 early in the fourth quarter. The Locomotives, though, put the game away, winning 51-37. “We came out and made some plays in the second half,” Butte


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