Sports

08/09/2018 - 10:38am
North Butler held a football camp for all ages at the high school football field in Greene. More than 70 campers attended the first day. The official start of the high school football season started Monday with practices. For more photos from the camp, see the Aug. 9 editions of the Butler County Tribune-Journal and the Clarksville Star.
06/06/2018 - 10:19am
ALLISON – After giving up the first two runs of the game to Nashua-Plainfield, the North Butler softball scored nine unanswered in taking a 9-2 win over the Huskies on Wednesday, May 30. Two hits apiece by Morgan Arjes, Molly Adelmund and Alexis Stirling were part of a 10-hit effort by the Bearcats. The story appears in this week's...
05/29/2018 - 10:51am
ALLISON – This Butler County rivalry developed a whole new aspect knowing that some of these baseball players will become teammates in the fall. North Butler defeated Clarksville 10-0 in five innings, but Bearcat head baseball and football coach Travis Miller found it hard not to cheer on his future players. “Honestly, it was kind of...
05/29/2018 - 10:48am
ALLISON – Aggressive base running helped North Butler’s softball team notch its first win of the season, an 11-6 battle with Osage at the Allison ball fields on Thursday, May 24. The Bearcats combined for 25 hits of Green Devil pitching and was able to hold off the visitors defensively to improve to 1-1. “It’s good with...
05/22/2018 - 11:05am
NASHUA — Competing as an individual in order to qualify for the Class 1A state meet, sophomore Chloe Ross missed the cut at the Class 1A district on Monday, May 21. Ross, a member of the 2017 Class 1A Clarksville team that finished fifth, had a good first nine with 52... The full story appears in the May 24 print and online editions of the...
05/22/2018 - 11:02am
NASHUA — For the second year in a row, North Butler’s Sarah Goodrich reached the Class 1A district golf final, however, she missed the cut to reach the state golf meet. Goodrich opened with a 61 on her first nine and improved by six strokes on the second for 116. The full story appears in the May 24 print edition of the Butler County...
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