Butte Central has released their weekly activities schedule and are looking to finally see some action on the diamonds after cancellations and postponements have dominated the early part of the season.

Butte Central's Baseball Team is looking to get their first taste of competition today and tomorrow in Columbus, MT where they will play a doubleheader with the Columbus Cougars this afternoon with varsity contests scheduled for 3pm and 5pm.  Tomorrow it is another doubleheader, this time against the Sidney Eagles, but once again the games will be played in Columbus.  Scheduled start times tomorrow are 10am and noon.  On Thursday, the Maroons first home game of the year is scheduled to take place as Lone Peak comes to town with the varsity game at 3pm and JVs at 5pm.  On Friday, they will travel to Belgrade with again the varsity game at 3 and the JVs at 5.

On the softball diamond, the Maroons will be making up for a lot of lost time.  Tuesday, the ladies are scheduled to host the Dillon Beavers at Stodden Park, varsity at 3pm and JVs at 5.  Thursday the team heads to Corvallis (varsity at noon, JV at 2pm) and Friday will play at Hamilton (varsity at 11am, JVs at 1pm).

On the Track and Field side of things, the Maroons are scheduled to compete in Corvallis on Thursday and will take part in the huge Swede Dahlberg meet in Butte on Friday.  The Tennis team will be in Belgrade tomorrow with matches starting at 3pm and Saturday they will play two at Stodden, hosting the Corvallis Blue Devils at 10am and then the Hamilton Broncs at 2pm.

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