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05/27/2015 - 12:23pm
DES MOINES – Despite throwing two straight personal bests in the discus final, North Butler’s Haley Landers couldn’t hide her disappointment at finishing third in the Class 1A event on Friday, May 22. Last year’s state runner-up, Landers entered this year’s field with the top throw and the favorite. “I’m really upset for coming up short,” Landers...
05/19/2015 - 2:53pm
GREENE – Ramsey Kock eagled on the third playoff hole against Clarksville’s Trevor Fenneman to secure the medalist runner-up spot as his North Butler team won the Class 1A sectional at Round Grove Golf & Country Club hosted by the Bearcats. Coach Todd Thompson’s team won the meet by a single stroke over AGWSR, 353-354,...
05/19/2015 - 2:49pm
CONRAD – Clarksville went from never winning an Iowa Star Conference girls’ golf title to winning three straight. The Indians’ 424 bested the rest of the competition at the conference meet hosted by GMG at Conrad’s Oakwood Golf Course on Monday, May 11. “We are playing the best girls’ golf right now that we have...
05/13/2015 - 11:36am
TRAER – Clarksville is quickly becoming a golf school. Joining the girls, who won their first Iowa Star Conference title a few years ago and repeated last year, the boys joined them with a win at Traer on Wednesday, May 6. Trevor Fenneman won the medalist runner-up spot by carding rounds of 41-42 – 83 and the Indians won the team title...
05/06/2015 - 12:00pm
GREENE – Ramsey Kock’s medalist runner-up finish paced North Butler to a four-stroke win at its home quad on Monday, April 27. Kock was three strokes back of overall medalist Hunter Lipp of Central Springs, 39-42, but the Bearcats were able to hold off the Panthers 178-182. Rounding out team scoring for coach Todd Thompson’s...
04/22/2015 - 12:07pm
DIKE – A win in the discus by Haley Landers led North Butler’s track team to a 12th place team finish among 15 teams at the Lady Wolverine Invite at Dike-New Hartford on Thursday, April 16. Landers’ effort of 121 feet, 2 inches was a season-best, but it fell about two feet short of qualifying for the Drake Relays as the standards...
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