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Butler High School Teaching Fellows and alternates announced

The following Butler High School Students were awarded Teaching Fellow Scholarships: Anastasia Nicole DeWolfe (Alt), William Tyler Jones, Megan Marie Kasper, Sarah Rose Kasper (Alt), Carrie Gabrielle Roth and Amanda Courtney Tant.  Jasmine Hunter of Independence High School was also selected. In all, 30 students from CMS either received the award or were selected as […]

By |April 3rd, 2009|Butler High School|0 Comments

Celeste Stewart voted player of the year for SW4A conference basketball

The Butler Lady Bulldogs were upset by West Charlotte in the semifinals of the state 4A basketball tournament in Greensboro last weekend. The loss ends the most successful run ever by a basketball team at Butler. Despite the early exit from the tournament, the Lady Bulldogs can at least take solace in having four players voted to the All SW4A Conference team, including Celeste Stewart who won player of the year. Coach Stephanie Butler was named coach of the year. On boys side, A.J. Evans was named to the All Conference team.

For Independence, Jessica Blair was named to the All Conference team. […]

By |March 9th, 2009|Butler High School, Independence High School, Sports|0 Comments

Pairings announced for N.C. high school basketball playoffs

The Butler Lady Bulldogs (26-1) will face Providence (8-14) and Independence (18-7) will travel to Berry Academy (8-16) tomorrow night in the first round of the state basketball playoffs. Both games begin at 7 pm. The Lady Bulldogs are coming off its first SW4A confernce championship  title, are ranked first in the state of North […]

By |February 23rd, 2009|Butler High School, Independence High School, Sports|0 Comments

Butler’s Nate Charest getting interest from colleges

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Nate Charest, defensive back and wide receiver for Butler, is starting to get looks from Division 1 schools. Duke, Clemson, South Carolina, NC State and East Carolina have shown interest. Illinois is also a possibility. Charest’s brother, Jacob, plays quarterback for Illinois.

By |February 16th, 2009|Butler High School, Sports|0 Comments