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 113, also. It was the middle dual that impressed...
08/28/2018 - 11:08am
NASHUA — North Butler head football coach Travis Miller didn’t get much sleep Friday night. His team’s road opener against Nashua-Plainfield was delayed by weather, forcing the Bearcats back to Nashua to finish off less than a minute of the first half and finish off a game that they led 7-0. Miller spent the rest of his night...
08/28/2018 - 11:00am
ACKLEY – Neither team lacked for energy in this non-conference volleyball opener between AGWSR and North Butler. However, it was a quick start for the Cougars that eventually proved to be the different as they took the four-set win over the Bearcats on Monday, Aug. 20 at Ackley, 25-16, 25-23, 22-25, 25-20. AGWSR came out of the chute with a...
08/21/2018 - 10:50am
GREENE -- North Butler's football team held an inter-squad scrimmage before the Bearcats begin the season on the road this Friday night against rival Nashua-Plainfield. The special Fall Sports Section will appear in the Sept. 6 print editions of the Butler County Tribune-Journal and Clarksville Star.
08/21/2018 - 10:47am
CLARKSVILLE -- Clarksville held its second annual inter-squad scrimmage coached by former players at the Clarksville High School gym on Friday, Aug. 17. For more photos from the scrimmage, see the Aug. 23 print ediiton of the Clarksville Star.
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.
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