Sports

04/25/2017 - 12:14pm
GREENE – In an emotional ceremony before running commenced, the North Butler boys track & field team paused to honor long-time guidance counselor, track coach and official Kyle Marquard, naming the meet in his honor on Friday, April 21. Marquard was surrounded by family as he was presented with a plaque to cheers from the home crowd. He spoke briefly, thanking everyone for the honor and...
04/25/2017 - 12:10pm
HUDSON – Another loaded field at Hudson yielded a 14th place finish for the Clarksville girls track & field squad out of 19 teams on Monday, April 17. But the even bigger news for the Indians was that its 4x100 relay team, which was one of a trio of fourth place finishes for coach Brandon Zelle’s team just made the cut for the...
04/25/2017 - 12:07pm
CLARKSVILLE – Madison Stirling’s 49 was the meet medalist score the Clarksville girls golf team which won its home triangular at C.A.R.D. Course. Chelsea Capper was the runner-up at 50 as the Indians recorded a team score of 215 to best Durnkerton (263) and North Tama, which didn’t have enough golfers to field a team score. In...
04/25/2017 - 12:03pm
GREENE – Even though Clarksville had to make a last-minute adjustment with its 4x100 relay, the Indians still managed a good time at the Kyle Marquard Invite at Greene on Friday, April 21. The usual third leg of the relay, freshman Deric Trees, was injured during the long jump and was forced out. His replacement, James Jacobson, did just...
04/25/2017 - 11:59am
SHEFFIELD – Laura Kreimeyer of North Butler was the meet medalist runner-up in a tiebreak after finishing with Central Springs’ Kara Axdahl at 54 as the Bearcats edged the Panthers by a stroke in the West Fork girls triangular at Ridge Stone Golf Course. Coach Todd Thompson’s team won by a single stroke, 239-240 and the host team...
04/18/2017 - 12:07pm
DIKE – Runner-up finishes for Morgan Arjes in the 400 and Nicole Heeren in the shot put were the best finishes for North Butler in the 18-team Lady Wolverines Invitational hosted by Dike-New Hartford on Thursday, April 13. Arjes ran to 1 minute, 3.34 seconds, less than a second behind champion Kayla Cripps of West Marshall in the quarter-...
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