• Saying goodbye to Mike McLaughlin

    Saying goodbye to Mike McLaughlin1

    Last Tuesday I heard the news that my old classmate Mike McLaughlin died, and for the last week I have been fighting off the tears. It’s so unbelievably sad that we lost someone who had so much to offer and who should have had so much more time. For the past week I’ve also been

  • Notebook: Orediggers downplay big win0

    For Montana Tech fans, it doesn’t get any better than Saturday’s 37-20 over Carroll College on the football field at Alumni Coliseum. The win was the first for the Montana Tech over the Saints for the first time since Oct. 9, 2004, and the Orediggers celebrated on the field with their fans. For the players

  • Bulldogs impressive Friday night0

    Some of the sparkling moments in Butte High’s 42-0 football win over Missoula Hellgate Friday night came from the sideline. The first-stringers stood there in the fourth quarter. It was a good thing and it had much to do with the way they had played. They had played well. So, here the top Bulldogs were

  • Orediggers top Saints, 37-200

    Two full classes of students have gone through Montana Tech since the following sentence could be written. Montana Tech beat Carroll College in Football Saturday afternoon. The Orediggers rode an opportunistic defense and an explosive offense to top the No 2-ranked Saints 37-20 in front of a crowd of about 5,000 at Alumni Coliseum. “I’ve

  • Rams flex muscle, run past Maroons0

    There isn’t a whole lot of positives that can be taken from Butte Central’s 52-6 loss to Billings Central in the “Bishop’s Bowl” Saturday night. Billings Central is regarded as one of — if not the — favorites to win the Class A State title. The Rams, who have been in the last five state

  • Maroons, Rams meet in Butte0

    This is where the Butte Central football schedule gets really tough. The Maroons (1-1) will play host to perennial power Billings Central in the “Bishop’s Bowl” at 7 p.m. at Bulldog Memorial Stadium. (KOPR, 94.1 FM. Click here to listen online.) The Rams (2-0), who won the Class A State title in 2007 and lost


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