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Repairs underway to stadium

Jayden Stanley Reporting 2 Student According to Ireland Turner, assistant director of Facilities Management, repairs to the BG Products Veterans Stadium are 50% complete, and in nearly eight weeks, it should be completed. First reported on Monday, Feb. 22, on the Butler Sports Media Facebook page, the stadium was damaged by cold temperatures and wind… Continue reading Repairs underway to stadium

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Grizzlies look to improve after tough loss

Brody Nemecek Student Sports Media This Saturday, April 3, the Grizzlies host their second football game of the season, and first at home against the No. 1 ranked Hutchinson Blue Dragons. Last season, the Blue Dragons stayed atop the polls for a five-week stint, and with a late season upset, missed out on the chance for a national title. However,… Continue reading Grizzlies look to improve after tough loss

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From Butler to seminary: Warren continues at Midwestern Baptist

A.J. Jones Student Sports Media    Jude Warren has always been good at basketball. Basketball is a big part of his daily life. If you cannot find Warren, he is probably shooting hoops to better his game.    Warren played at Circle High School from 2016 to 2019, where he once scored 50 points in… Continue reading From Butler to seminary: Warren continues at Midwestern Baptist

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Covid presents obstacles: Payne welcomes adversity

Noah Thomasson Student Sports Media College can often be an eye-opening experience for most people, especially freshmen. That includes a drastic change in schedules coming from high school where you went to school at 8 a.m. all the way until 3 p.m., whereas in college you might not have a class on certain days. Athletes… Continue reading Covid presents obstacles: Payne welcomes adversity

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UPDATED: Athletes react to Jayhawk Conference change

Cynthia Nava & Jayden Stanley Lantern Staff & Reporting 2 Student On Monday, Feb. 1, the Kansas Jayhawk Community College Conference (KJCCC) amended a policy allowing 25% capacity at indoor athletic events, which went into effect Saturday, Feb. 6. To attend, fans must wear a mask and socially distance. There will be no concessions or… Continue reading UPDATED: Athletes react to Jayhawk Conference change

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Nero dazzles as Grizzles grab first conference win of season

Chris Lowry Student Sports Media The Butler women’s basketball team picked up their second win of the season and first KJCCC win with a blowout 86-56 victory over Colby Community College on Wednesday, Jan. 27.  With the win, the Grizzlies have now won 17 straight matchups with the Trojans,  dating back to February 18, 2011.  Freshman Kaylee Nero caught the eyes of many as she went for a game high… Continue reading Nero dazzles as Grizzles grab first conference win of season

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Crossing the finish line of the season

William Paronto Student Sports Media The Butler Grizzlies Cross Country season came to an end after their final meet of the season on Saturday, Nov. 14. They raced in Iowa at the National Junior College Championships in Fort Dodge. The men’s team finished in the top 10 with a 10th place finish overall, while the… Continue reading Crossing the finish line of the season