Next, the almighty Copperhead school assembly and downtown parade took place Friday with traditional entries on tap to include Anaconda High Royalty, class floats, and pillaring firetrucks with Copperhead athletes on top. Loyal fans and alum lined the streets for blocks to pay tribute to the Heads. Then, in true homecoming style, the Copperheads football team took to the field Friday night with royalty and the Anaconda High marching band performing during the half. The boys played hard but were defeated by Big Fork. Nonetheless, the support, energy, and spirit of true Copperhead fans were evident from the week-long Homecoming festivities. As with any admiration for an alma mater, this is a feeling that can never be taken away from anyone, no matter the circumstance or outcome. So tell us some of your favorite memories of your alma mater's Homecoming. See more amazing photos from Homecoming below!
Western AA games:
Butte High @ Capital
Flathead @ Sentinel
Helena High @ Glacier
Big Sky vs. Hellgate
Western AA Stat Leaders
Gage Sliter- Glacier 1557 yards passing 311ypg. Average 18 TD, 7 int.
Jace Stenson - Butte 1372 yards pas...
Northern is off to a rough start.
Anyone that’s been around the Frontier Conference knew it was going to be an uphill climb for coach Souers in his first year at MSU Northern. Jerome Souers, the all-time winningest coach in Big Sky Conference history was only hired this past January, he rolled into Havre not even knowing what kind of roster he had coming back from the Fall. Once...
“Hey, congratulations on the outstanding victory for Homecoming!”
To celebrate you get to load up the bus and head back to Helena, the Capital Bruins are waiting.
Butte High added to their outstanding win percentage on Silver B night, this past weekend with a resounding 54-7 win over Missoula Big Sky. With that ...
Today is National Coffee Day, so let the caffeine buzz begin! Whether you like yours hot, cold...with cream, milk, sugar, sweetener, honey, or black, coffee is ingrained in our everyday lives. We are creatures of habit. From the time we awake in the morning, coffee is a go-to beverage of choice. Sure, many prefer tea, decaf coffee (we forgive you), or even Mountain Dew in the morning, but today we honor coffee for its robust drink, and again, because it has its special day! The All Japan Coffee Association established this day devoted to such an aromatic bean in 1983 and in the United States by 2005.
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