Kristi Nixon

12/17/2014 - 11:59am
SHEFFIELD – North Butler’s boys basketball team was playing lights out in the first quarter, building itself a 12-4 lead against Corn Bowl Conference foe West Fork. And then, the Bearcats stopped contesting shots by the Warhawks, which proved to be North Butler’s undoing in West Fork’s 76-53 win on Friday, Dec. 12. “We started out not shooting the ball well...
12/17/2014 - 11:56am
HAMPTON – For the third time in five games and the second time in as many days, North Butler’s boys basketball team got out to a hot start that faded. Hampton-Dumont came back from a 33-29 halftime deficit to earn its second win of the season, a 63-58 win over the Bearcats, on Saturday, Dec. 13. It kept coach Dave Brown’s...
12/17/2014 - 11:52am
HAMPTON – It was overall balance for Class 3A No. 4 Hampton-Dumont’s girls basketball team that proved to be too much for a young North Butler squad on Saturday afternoon, 62-29. Coach Chad Johnson’s squad didn’t have any player finish with double-figure scoring, but every single player on the Bulldogs saw the court and...
12/17/2014 - 11:49am
SHEFFIELD – All facets of the game were clicking for West Fork’s girls basketball team en route to a 59-29 defeat of Corn Bowl Conference rival North Butler on Friday, Dec. 12, 59-29. In fact, the defense of the Warhawks held the Bearcats to single digits until a little more than a minute into the second half. Ask West Fork coach...
12/17/2014 - 11:46am
CLARKSVILLE – Even before Clarksville’s wrestling team stepped out on the mat at its home dual on Tuesday, Dec. 8, the Indians knew they were at a disadvantage. After some injuries, the Indians were without the bottom two weight classes and were giving up 106 through 120. Even still, coach Tim Negen’s squad battled, going 1...
12/10/2014 - 4:14pm
CLARKSVILLE – Despite the numerous turnovers, Clarksville coach Joe Huck was glad to get his team’s first win over Iowa Star North opponent CAL on Tuesday, Dec. 2. In the second half alone, his Indians committed 20 turnovers in a 50-34 victory over the Cadets. But CAL was guilty of the same thing, turning the ball over 22 times...
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