Sports

04/23/2019 - 9:47am
GREENE – North Butler won three of the top four medals to be gained at its home quadrangular on Thursday, April 18 at Round Grove Country Club, taking the top spot in both the girls’ and boys’ portion of the meet. Beau Thompson earned the boys’ overall meet medalist spot with a 42, with a one stroke edge over Osage’s Zach Duren. His younger sister, Meg Thompson, was...
04/23/2019 - 9:43am
HUDSON – A pair of third-place finishes were the best place winners of the day for Clarksville at the second Hudson Relays of the 2019 season in a 19-team super-meet on Monday, April 15. The distance medley relay and Kori Wedeking’s finish in the 1,500 both claimed third as the Indians were 17th with 18 points. Benton Community won the...
04/16/2019 - 10:56am
CHARLES CITY – North Butler coach Gordy Smith had a final send-off of sorts by coaching the South team to a 36-25 win over the North in the North-South Senior All-Star meet at Charles City on Saturday, April 13. Smith coached against another long-time North Iowa coach, Mason City Newman’s Mark Bertsch. More on this story will be found...
04/16/2019 - 10:54am
GREENE – While playing eventual Class 2A state runner-up Dike-New Hartford in his final season of football, North Butler’s Jaden Mason left that game with a sprained right MCL. He missed two and a half weeks of the 2018 season and even admits it affected him into the next game. That – and watching late-season University of Iowa...
04/16/2019 - 10:52am
IOWA FALLS – Chase Eiklenborg may have been the only winner for North Butler’s boys’ track and field team at Iowa Falls-Alden Gerry Lenguadoro Relays, but the Bearcats racked up enough points to finish third out of nine teams in the field on Tuesday, April 9. Eiklenborg did exceptionally well in the throws, getting his win in the...
04/16/2019 - 10:47am
CLARKSVILLE – Considering Clarksville’s golf team didn’t get the season started a year ago until late April, the Indians hosting their season opener at C.A.R.D on Tuesday, April 9 was a big win. The golfers themselves didn’t do too bad, either. Returning state golfer and last year’s district golfer Chloe Ross is back...
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