Butler Girls Varsity Softball

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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

Butler Claims GWOC North All Sport Trophy

For the 7th time in 15 years, Butler High School has claimed the GWOC North All Sport Trophy.   Schools earn points in the 22 GWOC sports in the three seasons. The GWOC was started in the 2001-2002 school year.   Butler’s previous wins came in 2002, 2003, 2004, 2006, 2007 and 2010.

Butler Girls’ Varsity Players Named All-GWOC

As the school year winds down, so do spring sports and the Butler Aviators are picking up some all-conference awards. For varsity softball, infielder Riley Clark and outfielder Katie Henry were named to the All-GWOC North team. On the second team was outfielder Morgan Wright. Infielder Katy Moses and catcher Sophie Dent were given special

Busy Week Ahead for Baseball, Softball

Baseball and softball have busy weeks ahead of them. Varsity baseball has five games scheduled this week. Today, Piqua comes to Butler to take on the 14-1 Aviators. Tomorrow, the Aviators head to Piqua. Both games are scheduled to start at 5:00. Thursday, the boys travel to Lebanon and return for a home game Friday

Middle School Softball Improves to 5-1 After Win Over Springfield

In support of a local breast cancer treatment facility, the Springfield Wildcats hosted the Aviators Friday night in a special game. Both teams work pink and proudly supported the cause. The Aviators came out fighting and scored three runs in the first inning, the Cats came out swinging but the Aviator defense shut them down

Varsity Softball at 6-4 after Two Saturday Wins

Varsity softball has three games this week, two of them tough GWOC contests.  Saturday, the girls picked up two wins, moving their record to 6-4 on the season. In the first game versus Bellbrook, Sydney Wilson was the winning pitcher with five strike outs.  Wilson had some offensive help from Katie Henry who went 4

MS Softball Beats Sidney 8-3

It’s another win for the middle school softball team with a 8-3 victory over Sidney Wednesday, April 13. Morton started off strong, bringing in six unanswered runs in the first two innings. Scoring three in the third inning, Sidney tried to mount a comeback. But with some powerful bats on the Morton side, the girls

Drive For Your School Scheduled for May 14

Butler Athletic Boosters invite you and your friends to support our athletes, cheerleaders and coaches and test drive a car with a booster member Saturday, May 14 anytime from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. at the Rec Center. If the boosters have 300 drivers, they will receive a $6000 contribution from Ford. Drivers will also