Sports

08/26/2015 - 1:09pm
North Butler's cross country teams started the Bearcats' scrimmage night with an exhibition run at Round Grove Golf Course on Friday, Aug. 21. The Bearcats' boys team is ranked No. 15 in Class 1A in the pre-season rankings according to the Iowa High School Track Coaches' Association. The fall season started this week.
07/08/2015 - 12:45pm
CLARKSVILLE – Colo-Nesco’s Brady Stoeffler kept Clarksville off of the scoreboard with six shutout innings in an eventual 11-0 win over the Indians on Wednesday, July 1. Stoeffler struck out five and walked only one, keeping coach Matt Finley’s team off of the base paths for the most part in handing the Indians the loss. The...
06/24/2015 - 11:08am
CLARKSVILLE – How does Jeff Stirling set aside family playing on the other side of the field when his North Butler softball team comes to his hometown? His answer: easily. “It’s easy, I worry about my own team,” coach Stirling said. “I can’t control what they can do, so I just come to play our game and that...
06/24/2015 - 11:05am
SHEFFIELD – Putting pressure on Corn Bowl Conference foe North Butler, West Fork had its lead-off man reach in every single inning to post an eventual 5-1 baseball win over the Bearcats on Friday, June 19. Three walks, two errors and a base hit started off the six innings for coach Lance Thompson’s Warhawks, scoring on all three lead-...
06/24/2015 - 11:02am
SHEFFIELD – There were no extra-inning dramatics this time. After a nine-inning one-run affair in the first Corn Bowl Conference softball match-up between North Butler and West Fork, the Friday, June 19 contest was quite the opposite. The Bearcats rapped out 10 hits and got a 15-strikeout performance from Taylor Graven to post an 8-2 win...
06/17/2015 - 3:56pm
CLARKSVILLE – Rallying from down 3-0 and then 4-2, the Clarksville baseball team earned its first victory of the season, 5-4, over Northeast Hamilton on Thursday, June 10. Single runs in the third through seventh innings steadily chipped away at an early deficit as coach Matt Finley’s Indians improved to 1-9. Clarksville had a big game...
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