Sports

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...
12/18/2018 - 12:05pm
GREENE – Cole Negen has a reputation to live up to. The Clarksville sophomore for the North Butler-Clarksville wrestling team, whose first cousins Tim Negen and Bryce Jacobs have been among the standard for wrestling in the area and his family tree, earned a key win during the Bearcats’ quadrangular sweep in a close 37-36 win over...
12/11/2018 - 1:13pm
GREENE – Hampton-Dumont’s girls’ basketball team wasn’t shooting well in the first half of this non-conference game and conversely North Butler was. That completely turned around in the second half on Saturday, Dec. 8 as the Bulldogs turned a 26-22 deficit into a 59-38 win over the Bearcats to improve to 3-1 overall. H-D...
12/11/2018 - 1:10pm
CLARKSVILLE – Clarksville’s smothering full-court pressure was too much for Don Bosco as the Class 1A No. 11 Indians posted a 54-9 girls’ basketball win over the Dons on Friday, Dec. 7. Coach Ross Timmermans’ team turned its pressure into steals and Don Bosco turnovers in taking a 24-0 lead after the first quarter, as this...
12/04/2018 - 12:02pm
GREENE – North Butler-Clarksville saved its toughest dual of the night for last in its quadrangular wrestling opener on Thursday, Nov. 29. The Bearcats started their night with a relatively easy 57-12 win over North Union, who gave up eight forfeits, including six straight between 120 and 152 pounds. Both teams had open weights at 106 and...
11/13/2018 - 11:54am
GREENE – North Butler seniors Bryce Trees and Pacen Hendricks were the two first team all-district vote-getters for Class 1A District 3, announced recently. Trees missed at least three weeks of the season due to injury, but still amassed 43.5 tackles, which led the team. Hendricks, who emerged as the sole quarterback a few weeks into the...
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