The Butte Central activities department has released their schedule of activities for the upcoming week.


Sub-varsity play dominates the early part of the week as the frosh team will take on Dillon today (Monday) at 4:30pm at the Maroon Activities Center and the JV squad will mix it up with Jefferson High tomorrow at 4:15 also at the MAC.  The full program will be on the road Thursday against East Helena with the frosh at 4:15, the JVs at 5:45 and the varsity game at 7:15.  The boys will return home on Saturday to face Corvallis.  The frosh tip off at 1pm, the JVs at 2:30pm and the varsity game will be at 4pm.


The BC frosh girls team will play tonight (Monday) at 6pm following the boys frosh game at the Maroon Activities Center and the JV squad will take on the Jefferson JVs tomorrow at 4:15.  On Thursday the girls will host the East Helena Vigilantes with the frosh game at 4:15, the JVs at 5:45 and the varsity game scheduled for 7:15.  On Saturday the girls will be in Corvallis with the JV game at 2:30pm and the varsity game at 4pm.


Best of luck to Coach Kevin Edgar and his clan as they head to the State Speech & Debate Meet this weekend in Sidney with competition starting Friday at 8am.


The Maroons will be holding the Butte Central Mixer this Friday starting at 5pm at the MAC with matches against East Helena and Dillon.

For further information, please contact the Butte Central Activities Department at (406)782-8084

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