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Join Us for a Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony!

Join us, Friday, Oct. 13 at 5:30 p.m. for a Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony for the new David and Cheryl Kudla Center for Strength and Fitness Weight Room.  The ceremony will take place at Butler High School in the weight room.  Please enter the building at the north end of the SAC.   We Are Aviators  

INFORMATION FOR 2016-17 ATHLETIC PRESEASON MEETINGS

PARENTS:  If you are the parent of a student participating in a Spring sport, you must review the 2016-17 online preseason meeting.   To view the meeting click here  View all 48 slides of the presentation  Complete the OHSAA Player/Parent Meeting form to receive credit for the meeting (a link to this form can be

Athletic Booster Fund Raiser – Drive One 4UR School

Vandalia-Butler Athletic Booster Fund Raiser “Ford Drive One 4UR School” When: Saturday, Sept. 9th 9:00 AM – 3:00 PM Where: Butler High School- North Parking Lot The Butler Athletic Boosters invite you as well as all 18-year-old students, family, and friends to support our athletes, cheerleaders, and coaches by driving a car in the football

Butler High School Weight Room Renovation

Butler High School Weight Room Renovation The Vandalia-Butler Athletic Department in cooperation with the Vandalia-Butler Athletic Boosters are working toward a $100,000 renovation project of the Weight Room at Butler High School. The renovation is scheduled to be completed in May of 2017. Read the article online in the Vandalia Drummer News! Link To Weight

Lincoln Driven To Give – Beau Townsend

It is that time again … The Butler Athletic Boosters invite you, family and friends, to support Butler student-athletes, cheerleaders and coaches by driving a car with a booster member on Saturday, May 6th from 9:00 AM – 3:00 PM. Our goal is to secure 300 drivers which would guarantee a $6,000 contribution from Lincoln

Aviators Fall Short in Final Game

Butler varsity football ends the season at 5-5 overall, after falling short in the final regular season game with Tippecanoe 27-17. Tippecanoe came out strong in the second quarter going up on the Aviators, 17-9. The Aviators fought back in the third quarter, scoring an additional 8 points tying the game 17-17.  During the fourth

Betts Returns to Serve as Honorary Captain

Once again for the home football game Friday, Sept. 23, a celebrated former player of Butler football will return to Memorial Stadium to serve as Honorary Captain.   This week’s Honorary Captain is 2001 Butler High School grad and former Indianapolis Colt, Josh Betts. While attending Butler, Josh played three varsity sports, earning 8 varsity

Aviators Improve to 2-1, Prepare to Battle Bolts Next

After letting the Wilmington Hurricanes get within 7 points at the end of the third quarter, Butler came out strong in the fourth, to pull ahead and never look back, winning 42-21. The Aviators are now 2-1 and looking forward to Thursday’s match up with long-time rival Northmont.  Northmont beat Lakota East 10-7, making the

Butler Football Names Adam Hines as Honorary Captain

A new tradition in Butler football begins tonight as former Aviators will join current players as the Honorary Captains for all home games. Tonight’s Honorary Captain is Adam Hines. Hines is a member of the Butler Hall of Fame, inducted in 2015. While playing for the Aviators, he led the team to the final four

Football Game to Honor 2009 Graduate

A special way to remember a special young man. At the varsity football game Friday, Sept. 9, a number of activities will take place to honor and remember 2009 Butler graduate Blake LaForce. Butler cheerleaders have been selling commemorative t-shirts leading up to the game, with proceeds going to the Blake LaForce Memorial Fund. At

Aviators Look to Go Two In a Row With Home Opener

The Wilmington Hurricane football team brings its 2-0 record to Butler’s Memorial Stadium Friday, Sept. 9 for the Aviators’ first home game of the season. The home team is 1-1, after picking up its first victory under new Head Coach Nathan Hyatt, 24-7 over Tecumseh in Week 2. Sophomore Mason Motter, who took over as

Long Trip Ends in Loss But Solid Play for Aviators

By Joe Mitchin Independent sports writer PERRY TWP.  Perry intercepted four passes and drew up just enough offense to start the new year on a positive note Friday night at Perry Stadium. The Panthers outlasted visiting Vandalia Butler 24-14, showcasing execution in all three phases of the game in the process. “(Butler) has a good,