Staff Report

02/12/2019 - 2:06pm
DENVER – Bryce Trees emerged the only North Butler-Clarksville wrestler unscathed at a tough Class 1A district wrestling tournament at Denver on Saturday, Feb. 9. Trees, wrestling at 126, earned his second state wrestling meet after missing out last year. He was the district champion, pinning Nathan Egan of Sumner-Fredericksburg in the semifinal and then going on to work a 5-2 decision...
10/17/2018 - 11:50am
GREENE – North Butler couldn’t generate enough offense and were unable to stop Denver defensively in a 43-14 loss to the Cyclones on Friday, Oct. 12. It was the seventh straight loss of the season for the Bearcats after opening the season with a shutout win over Nashua-Plainfield. Pacen Hendricks was 5-of-14 passing for 80 yards and a...
10/02/2018 - 10:33am
GREENE – The North Butler football team scored on an 80-yard touchdown run by Pacen Hendricks on the first play from scrimmage during its homecoming game on Friday, Sept. 28. Little did the Bearcats know that was the only time they’d reach the end zone in an eventual 37-7 loss to Lake Mills, falling to 1-5 overall, 0-2 Class 1A...
09/25/2018 - 11:22am
PARKERSBURG – Trailing only 13-7 at the half, Aplington-Parkersburg took advantage of turnovers and penalties in the second half to put this Class 1A District 3 game away against North Butler on Friday, Sept. 21. The Falcons led 13-0 less than three minutes into the game on a 69-yard touchdown pass from Carter Cuvelier to Jack Haren,...
07/31/2018 - 10:40am
DES MOINES – Clarksville sophomore pitcher Kori Wedeking repeated as a Class 1A first-team all-state pitcher by the Iowa Girls Coaches Association, announced last week. Wedeking finished with 0.84 ERA, third best in Class 1A behind state champion Mikayla Houge of Collins-Maxwell and Kendra Cooper of Kee, Lansing. She also held opponent...
07/31/2018 - 10:38am
DES MOINES – North Butler senior catcher Nicole Heeren, who recently wrapped up her high school softball career at the all-star game in Waukee, was voted to the Iowa Girls Coaches Association second team all-state, announced last week. Heeren drove in a team-high 48 runs this season as the Bearcats finished 20-11... The full story appears in...
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