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Rocky River vs. Butler

GAME WEEK 9
By Andrew Stark

Who: Butler (6-2, 2-1)Rocky River (3-5, 2-1 in conference)

When: 7 pm

Last Meeting: Butler won, 55-21, on October 17, 2014

Key Players: Butler: Quarterback Davis Cheek, running backs Benny LeMay, Chrisean Davis-Pinckney and CJ Johnson, receiver/defensive back Clifton Duck, receiver DJ Little, lineman/H-back Ronald Porter, defensive back Aramis Algood, linebacker Christian Dixon, tight end Jeremy Spencer; Rocky River: quarterback Tyshawn Carter, quarterback/tight end Phillip Clay, running backs Elijah Henry, Justice Styron and Nygle Farmer, receiver/defensive back Kendall Lewis, receiver Johari Alexander, lineman Bryson Adams, defensive back Tyrell Robinson, linebacker Larry Blanton

The Keys: This game probably amounts to the loser being out of the race for a conference title, so emotions and the stakes will be high in a pivotal heavyweight conference showdown. […]

By |October 16th, 2015|Around Town, Arts, Featured Posts, Good deeds, History, Rocky River High School, Sports|0 Comments

Local players named to the SW4A All Conference Team

Butler:  Jalen Cousar Defensive Line,  Jarrett Norman Linebacker,  Christian Dixon Linebacker,  Clifton Buck Defensive Back, Jerome Simpson Offensive Line,  Cody Kluttz Offensive Line,  Michael Andry Offensive,  Benny LeMay Running Back,Alex Barrow Wide Receiver,  Jacob Deluca Tight End. Anthony Ratliff-Williams was voted the Offensive Player of the Year.
Independence:  Kima Bell Defensive Line,  Christian Colon Defensive Line, […]

By |December 10th, 2014|Around Town, Schools|0 Comments

Butler HS opens Academy of Health SciencesB

By Leah Schmalz

Last Thursday, during freshman orientation, Butler High School held an open house for the inaugural year of its Academy of Health Science.

“We are one of two Health Science Academies through National Academic Foundation

in the state of North Carolina so we’re really excited,” said Ann Marie Ferguson, Assistant Principal of Instruction and the administrator of the academy.

At the open house, students had the opportunity to experience some of the experiments and activities that will

be part of their regular academy classes. During the school year, students will follow a curriculum that prepares them for paid internships in health sciences by junior year.

“Right now about 50 percent of kids that have signed up for courses in the academy are looking into veterinary medicine,” said Ferguson. “We’re hoping to get some internships with vets in the area.”

The students also will take college level courses for credit by junior year. Each Monday students will hear from guest speakers or take field trips.

This year there were no restrictions in place to sign up for the academy. In following years, there will be a 100-student cap on the program. Ferguson said the school will see how the first year goes before determining how to set the cap or if there is a need for more teachers.

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By |August 20th, 2014|Around Town, Butler High School|3 Comments

Butler High School to hold orientation for inaugural Academy of Health Sciences

By Leah Schmalz

 On Thursday, August 14, during freshman orientation, Butler High School will hold an open house for the inaugural year of its Academy of Health Science. “We are one of two Health Science Academies through National Academic Foundation in the state of North Carolina so we’re really excited,” said Ann Marie Ferguson, Assistant Principal […]

By |August 13th, 2014|Around Town, Butler High School|0 Comments