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03/14/2017 - 12:46pm
CEDAR FALLS – A pair of girls’ top-20 finishes and despite only one counting long jump, Dylan Jacobs’ finish were among the Clarksville highlights of the Dickinson Indoor Relays held at the UNI-Dome on Monday and Tuesday, March 6-7. Kori Wedeking ran to 18th in the 3,000-meter run and Emma Poppe finished in a tie for 18th in the high jump for the Indians on Monday. Jacobs got...
03/07/2017 - 11:53am
GREENE – North Butler junior guard Dylan Clipperton was the lone North Butler player named to the Top of Iowa East Conference first team, announced last week. Clipperton led the Bearcats in scoring at 15 points per game, 314 total which ranked in the top-10 in both categories with his average good for fifth. The entire story appears in the...
02/21/2017 - 1:27pm
DES MOINES – Dalton Nelson had a most memorable ending to his memorable high school wrestling career. The North Butler senior worked overtime to claim fifth place at 160 pounds in Class 1A, finishing with 151 career wins for the Bearcats. “It’s been amazing,” Nelson said. “It’s been a hell of a ride. The...
02/21/2017 - 1:24pm
NASHUA – This one is going to hurt for a while. Clarksville’s boys basketball team trailed only three times in this Class 1A District 5 basketball opener: once in the first quarter, again with 31 seconds left and then when it mattered most: at the last second when Nashua-Plainfield’s Isaac Chambers drove right baseline to scoop...
02/17/2017 - 12:36am
DES MOINES - All three North Butler wrestlers will wrestle Friday with two on the front side after round one of the Class 1A state meet on Thursday. Dalton Nelson won by major decision over Don Bosco's Bryce Schares at 160, Brandon Trees earned a 3-2 decision against Kaden Kilburg of Lisbon at 152 and Bryce Trees came back from an opening...
02/14/2017 - 2:54pm
LAKE MILLS – North Butler four-time state qualifier Dalton Nelson will have a little company with first-time qualifiers, cousins Brandon Trees and Bryce Trees, when this week’s Class 1A state wrestling meet commences in Des Moines. The Well awaits the 160-pound two-time place winner who is fully recovered from a broken ankle that kept...
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