From the desk of Coach Cathell...
A message to all Golden Tornado families...
Butler - 42 Bethel Park - 14
Butler - 21
North Allegheny - 14
Dan Andreassi recovered a fumble and returned it 25 yards to break a 14-14 tie in the fourth quarter, leading the Golden Tornado to a Quad North win at home. Calvin Littlejohn gained 107 yards on 29 carries for Butler (3-4, 2-2), but neither of his two touchdowns came on the ground. He scored on a 55-yard interception return and a 28-yard pass from Branden Dunn-Setnar. Both times, Littlejohn brought Butler back from a one-touchdown deficit. The Tigers (2-5, 1-3), who have lost five of their past six games, took a 6-0 lead in the first quarter on Andrew Krewatch's 2-yard run. Littlejohn scored on his interception return, then Krewatch put North Allegheny up, 14-7, at the break on a 9-yard pass to Billy Knight.
Butler- 21 North Allegheny - 14
Butler - 29
Seneca Valley - 7
Butler trailed, 7-0, after one quarter, then scored the final 29 points to secure a home victory in the Quad North. Calvin Littlejohn led the way for Butler (4-5, 3-3), scoring three touchdowns on runs of 1 yard and 81 yards and on a 99-yard interception return. Lee Marshall returned a punt 82 yards to give Seneca Valley (1-8, 0-6) an early lead, but Butler tied it on Dan Andreassiís 8-yard pass to Tom McPherson.
Butler - 21 Hempfield - 7
Calvin Littlejohn saved his best for last. Butlerís senior tailback wrapped up his high school football career Thursday night with 29 carries for a career-high 255 yards and three touchdowns in the Golden Tornadoís 21-7 victory over Hempfield. Littlejohn rushed for 1,317 yards and scored 18 touchdowns this season.
presents Butler coach Garry Cathell
with the Butler Eagle Traveling Trophy Friday after the Golden Tornado beat Seneca Valley 29-7.
front row (listed by last name)Savannah, Morrow, Martin, Garry Cathell( head coach) Vogel, McElhany, Leyland Back Row Egan, Drew(Trainer), Roth, Tilko, McElroy, Schontz, Andrews, Joe Savannah(weight room)
Butler - 37 Albert Gallitin - 0
He deserves a second chance...
Butler junior Nate
shows the form that enabled him to break the state record for bench
press and dead-lift among 16-18 year olds at the Keystone State Games. Hartung
has since exceeded those figures.
Tyrell Sales setting goals
and looking to future...