Staff Report

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...
02/12/2019 - 1:51pm
SHEFFIELD – West Fork all-state player Zach Martinek scored a season-high 31 points for West Fork in the Warhawks’ 76-53 rout of North Butler on Monday, Feb. 4. Coach Frank Schnoes started all seniors – Martinek, Mitchell Halloran, Lukas Wogen, Jesse Chibambo and Kyle Rooney and all of them contributed. He was also able to get...
01/29/2019 - 1:18pm
FOREST CITY – North Butler-Clarksville freshman heavyweight Chet Buss gained his first conference crown by taking his second victory of the year against No. 10-ranked Chandler Redenius of West Hancock in the final of the Top of Iowa Conference meet at Forest City. Buss defeated Redenius by 4-2 decision after pinning his first three opponents...
01/22/2019 - 12:31pm
MONONA – North Butler-Clarksville freshman heavyweight Chet Buss keeps on ringing up the wins and last week’s match against Class 1A top-ranked Korby Keehner was the most impressive of all on Thursday, Jan. 17. Buss earned his first ranking of the season after taking down previously No. 8 (1A) Chandler Redenius of West Hancock; he...
01/15/2019 - 11:51am
BRITT – Despite an 0-3 night for the North Butler-Clarksville wrestlers at West Hancock, a really bright spot is up-and-coming 285-pound freshman Chet Buss. The Bearcat heavyweight spent little time dispatching Nashua-Plainfield’s Tanner Striegel and Central Springs’ Dalton DeWitt (five seconds total between both) and then...
01/15/2019 - 11:45am
CLARKSVILLE – It was tough sledding for the Clarksville boys’ basketball team in a 63-28 loss to Janesville on Tuesday, Jan. 8. Ethan Schmidt scored 15 points and pulled down seven rebounds, but no other Indian player finished with more than three points as Clarksville fell to 5-7 overall, 2-5 in the Iowa Star North Conference. Pacen...
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