The Butte High Activities Department has released their schedule of activities for the upcoming school week.


Butte Frosh II will be in action with a couple of games early in the week.  Monday they will be at Ennis with a 5:30 tipoff time on the schedule and on Tuesday they will be at Powell County playing at 5pm.  The program will be on the road Thursday at Helena Capital with the Frosh at 4:30, the Sophomores at 4, the JV at 5:30 and the varsity game at 7pm.  On Saturday, the boys will be at home against Helena High with the frosh at 11am, the sophomores at 12:30, the JV at 2pm and the varsity slated for a 3:30pm tipoff.


The frosh will be at Ennis on Monday for a game at 4pm.  Thursday, the girls will host Helena Capital with the frosh and sophomores tipping off at 4pm, the JV play at 5:30 and the varsity teams square off at 7pm.  Saturday the girls will travel to the Queen City to take on the Helena High Bengals with the sophomores at 12:30, the JVs at 2 and the varsity game at 3:30pm.


Tuesday, the Bulldogs will be in Bozeman taking on both schools in dual meets.  The Bulldogs will meet Bozeman with the JV matches starting at 3 and the varsity matches at 4.  They will then head across town to take on Gallatin High, JV at 6pm and varsity at 7.  Friday, the Bulldogs will compete in the Whitehall Invite with times to be determined, and Saturday they will head north to Kalispell.  All matches against Glacier High will start at noon and all matches against Flathead wll start at 2pm.


The girls team will get off to an early start this week with a spot in the Dillon Girls Mixer, in Dillon, starting at 5pm.  Tuesday, along with the boys, they will be in Bozeman taking on the Hawks at 4pm and the Raptors at 7pm.  Thursday they will be at Cascade with matches starting at 3pm and Saturday they travel to Kalispell to take on Glacier at noon and Flathead at 2pm.


The Bulldog swimmers will host the Butte Invite Friday starting at noon and Saturday will compete in the Missoula Invite with heats starting at 11am.

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