• Bulldogs rout Billings West, 45-130

    Any lingering doubts about Butte High’s football team were erased Friday night, as the Bulldogs took out 21 years of frustration in a 45-13 thumping of the No. 5 ranked Billings West Golden Bears at a packed Naranche Stadium. Butte’s last win over the Bears came in 1991, the last time a Bulldog season ended

  • Hoagland, Bulldog girls win title0

    Hailey Hoagland claimed medalist honors, and the Butte High girls’ golf team won the Butte High Invitational Friday at the Butte Country Club. The tournament’s first round was played at the Old Works on Thursday. The Butte High girls shot a 352 in the final round for a 712 total. Bozeman placed second at a

  • Anderson returns to game field0

    It appears Butte native Colt Anderson will play Sunday when the Philadelphia Eagles play host to the Baltimore Ravens. Eagles’ coach Andy Reid was quoted as saying Colt is good to go in a story on the team’s website. Anderson suffered a season-ending ACL tear in his knee last year. He underwent surgery in December.

  • Bulldogs take on Bears0

    Butte High celebrates homecoming this week, capped by a Class AA football clash between the Bulldogs and visiting Billings West. Kickoff is slated for 7 p.m Friday at Naranche Stadium. (KBOW, 550 AM. Click here to listen online.) Butte High’s football team is coming off its second win in three weeks of Class AA action,

  • Maroons face Locomotives in Laurel0

    The short week had to feel pretty long for the Butte Central football team. The Maroons had a performance to forget Saturday night at Bulldog Memorial Stadium, falling 52-6 to the No. 1-ranked Billings Central Rams. “We had really dedicated week of practice,” Butte Central coach Don Peoples Jr. said. “The kids are anxious to

  • Copperheads sweep Maroons0

    ANACONDA — Brooke Chapman and Taylor Flynn combined for 29 kills Thursday as  Anaconda stayed unbeaten in volleyball with a 27-25, 25-19, 25-10 win over Butte Central at Memorial Gym. Kaylea Jorgensen handed out 26 assists in the victory, while Karli King hit the floor for 16 digs. Anaconda improved to 5-0 overall and 4-0


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