Campus News · Sports

Can blood be purple?

Rachel Mallory Reporting Student College sports have been an ever-growing interest throughout the country for years. Football, specifically, brings in the crowds.  However, over the last few years at Butler Community College, the attendance numbers for these games and events have declined. Tyler Nordman, the associate athletic director at Butler, shared some ideas on how… Continue reading Can blood be purple?

Campus News · Sports

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

Campus News · Feature · Sports

Grizzly’s weight loss journey

Riley Wagner Reporting I Student Weight loss journeys look different for everyone who has them. For most, it might be a mid-life crisis or a middle-aged decision to change their figure.  But for Karter Johnson, a former Texas Christian University (TCU) defensive tackle now turned tight end, it was just a part of his journey.… Continue reading Grizzly’s weight loss journey

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New year, same team: Butler repeats at the Midwest Classic beating Trinity Valley, 33-23

Bryce Hirayama Student Sports Media On Sunday, Dec. 8 the Butler Grizzlies went into Miami, Oklahoma and beat No. 13 Trinity Valley Community College, 33 to 23. The Grizzlies jumped out to a 21 to nothing lead with 7:41 to go in the second quarter. The Grizzlies on their first scoring drive went eight plays… Continue reading New year, same team: Butler repeats at the Midwest Classic beating Trinity Valley, 33-23

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Grizzlies survive scare against Greyhounds of Fort Scott

Anthony Gorges Student Sports Media Nationally ranked at No. 7, the Butler Grizzlies were tested at BG Products Veterans Sports Complex on Saturday, Oct. 19 against the No. 15 Fort Scott Greyhounds. The Grizzlies survived and won a tight game by a score of 10-7. Throughout the game, it was a defensive battle. Butler tallied… Continue reading Grizzlies survive scare against Greyhounds of Fort Scott

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New beginnings brings high hopes for men’s basketball team

Anthony Gorges Student Sports Media After going 16-14 during the 2018-19 season, the Butler Grizzlies men’s basketball team will have a new look all the way across this season. Leading the Grizzlies this year is first year Head Coach Kyle Fisher. Fisher has had plenty of playing and coaching experience before his arrival at Butler.… Continue reading New beginnings brings high hopes for men’s basketball team

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Women’s basketball ranked 18th in preseason polls

Raymond Hoare Student Sports Media The Butler Grizzlies women’s basketball team shocked everyone as they fought their way to win the Region XI title for the first time in school history and made their second appearance in the NJCAA tournament. Despite losing in the first round in Lubbock, Texas, they ended the season with an… Continue reading Women’s basketball ranked 18th in preseason polls

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Women’s soccer breaks even in Oklahoma

Raymond Hoare Student Sports Media The women’s soccer team traveled south for the weekend for two non-conference matches against Seminole State (Oklahoma) and No. 19 Hill (Texas) in Noble, Oklahoma. The Grizzlies were seeking a 3-0 start to the season, but Seminole State spoiled the perfect beginning as freshman midfielder Amaya Grace would nail a… Continue reading Women’s soccer breaks even in Oklahoma

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Women’s soccer team finishes spring season strong

Emmie Boese Lantern Staff The Butler Women’s soccer team finished their spring season out with three wins and a tie. The Grizzlies finished out their spring season on Saturday, April 6 against Tabor College and Emporia State, and Saturday, April 13 against Northwest Missouri and Newman University. The Grizzlies beat Tabor 5-0, and Emporia State… Continue reading Women’s soccer team finishes spring season strong