Tuesday’s Hot Ticket

Softball
Bozeman at Butte High (DH), 3 p.m.
The Bulldogs will be out for a little revenge today when they welcome the Hawks to Stodden Park for the twin bill. The first game will count in Eastern AA standings. The second game will be non-conference. Bozeman got a rare win against the Bulldogs, beating Butte High 7-2 April 22 in Bozeman. Dani Daley and Sydney Stites hit home runs to lead the Hawks in that game. Butte High is 7-8 overall and 5-4 in conference after going 1-2 in conference games at Billings Skyivew and West. Ashten McCloskey and Maria Michelotti had a big weekend with their bats. Jessica Robertson struck out 24 batters in two losses to West. Butte High will honor its seniors and their parents before their final home regular-season action of the season.

Stevensville at Butte Central 4 p.m.
The Maroons will go for the season sweep of the Yellowjackets during the Southwestern A game at Copper Mountain Park. Teresa Piazzola struck out 13 batters and the Maroons topped the Yellowjackets 7-5 April 15 in Stevensville. McKenzie Gallagher hit two doubles in tata win. Corbyn Holm and Piazzola each hit one. Megan Finley went 3 for 3 to lead the Yellowjackets. The Maroons are 6-5 overall and 4-1 in conference after beating Anaconda 4-2 last Tuesday. Freshmen Mollie Peoples and Taylor Wahl went 2 for 3 in that win.

Tennis
Butte Central at Livingston, 3 p.m.

The Maroons are back on the court for the first time in a week when they hit the road to take on the Rangers. BC’s last action saw the Maroons fall to Havre and Lewistown last Tuesday in Great Falls. Jesse Reinke went 2-0 that day to lead the Maroons. No. 1 singles player Patrick Kenney also had a solid day, as did the doubles teams of Tyler Trudnowski and Kale Guldseth, and Seth Powers and Jake McPherson. Kellsie Quinn picked up a win for the BC girls.



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