This year's Richest Hill on Earth AA Speech and Debate Tournament is hosted by the Butte High Talking Bulldogs under the direction of Head Coach Roger McCullough. Thirteen events will occur over the two-day period at Butte High School (401 S. Wyoming), with a judge's clinic at the school tomorrow night (Wednesday, January 11th) at 6:30 pm. Main thing?...make sure a timeline for judging is convenient for you. For example, maybe you can only judge 2 hours of an event, or perhaps you can stay the whole day. Whatever the case, remember it's totally up to you, as long as organizers have a written outline of your expected commitment.
The Lady Copperheads Volleyball Team is all about the GAME, both LITERALLY and FIGURATIVELY this year, and fans couldn't be prouder! It has been an incredible season for the Lady Heads, and they will continue their diligence in a match-up this morning in Divisional Class B Volleyball action against the Thompson Falls Blue Hawks for a second time this week in Florence at 10 a.m.! Upon entering the tournament on Thursday, the Lady Copperheads blew away the St. Ignatius Bulldogs by beating them in THREE matches. However, a minor setback occurred later in the day when they fell short in their match-up against Thompson Falls, losing 3 to 1. Voice of the Copperheads, Blake Hempstead
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!