Kristi Nixon

06/19/2018 - 10:45am
ALLISON – It wasn’t the title game, but Clarksville finished the North Butler softball tournament with a win, 5-2, finishing third and topping the Bearcats for the second time this week. In a pivotal move for the opening game of pool play, the Indians chose to throw their second pitcher, Cheyenne Behrends, and lost by a 7-4 score despite having the go-ahead run at the plate in the...
05/29/2018 - 10:48am
ALLISON – Aggressive base running helped North Butler’s softball team notch its first win of the season, an 11-6 battle with Osage at the Allison ball fields on Thursday, May 24. The Bearcats combined for 25 hits of Green Devil pitching and was able to hold off the visitors defensively to improve to 1-1. “It’s good with...
05/22/2018 - 10:58am
DES MOINES — From the first state meet experience to the last, Clarksville track athletes felt the support from their community in Des Moines.   With senior Spencer Gray competing in the long jump a large contingent of fans from Clarksville made up the far northwest corner of the stadium stands.   The Indians’ lone boys...
05/22/2018 - 10:54am
Des Moines — A hamstring injury kept North Butler senior Morgan Arjes from running what she wanted to in her final state track & field meet.   The Wartburg commit stretched her quad while running the state qualifying meet the week before and she finished 14th overall in the Class 1A 400-meter dash on Thursday, May 17.   She ran...
05/07/2018 - 10:07pm
TAMA -- Clarksville girls were tied with Baxter heading into the Iowa Star Conference girls' 4x100-meter race. Coach Brandon Zelle told his girls they didn't have to win the race, they just had to finish ahead of the Bolts. But the Indians out-did themselves by winning the race with a season-best by a second at 52.79, putting themselves...
04/24/2018 - 9:57am
GREENE – Morgan Arjes has always wanted to attend Wartburg College. After signing to run track with the Knights, the North Butler senior will also get to compete for the school. One of the many reasons why she chose the Waverly school was its proximity to home. “Really, it was only between Wartburg and Central,” Arjes said....
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