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Saturday, September 01, 2012

BHS Football Scores ~ 2012

BHS Football Scores
2012

BHS 09 [L ] – Seneca Valley 24
BHS 60 [W] – Shaler 26
BHS 19 [W] - Pine Richland 7
BHS 00 [L ] - North Hills 14
BHS 00 [L ] - North Allegheny 49
BHS 03 [L ] - Upper St. Clair 34
BHS 23 [W] - Hempfield 10
BHS 49 [W] - Fox Chapel 7
BHS 00 [L ] - Central Catholic 31

20 comments:

Anonymous said...

Why can't they play the School of Dance and Poetry? I bet they would be competitive!

Anonymous said...

They should also compete against the teams in the midget football league --- perhaps they'd finally win a game!

Anonymous said...

I don't think they could beat their own chearleaders!

Anonymous said...

Why doesn't Butler just get out of the football program? They are an embarrasment. It can't be fun to be on that team.

R. Wertz said...

C'mon youse guys (who are complaining about the BHS football program)...get a room!

Youse know all too well football is a great American game that builds character, strong bodies, big piles of money, beer ads, couch potatoes and deep insight into the Universe's beginnings. Playing the game is more important than winning...but, of course, doesn't bring in the big bucks like winning does.

If youse think you can do better with the program, get youse self a degree in ath-a-letics from Penn State, procreate football players and get out on the field to win...and stop complaining.

Back last century, 19 Hundred and 51, BHS had a winning team and that was when boys were men and Capezuti was coach....where is he now that he is needed?

Ken Frenchak said...

That game against Seneca the score does not reflect how the program won on so many levels. The players, coaches, admin, and fans should be proud of how they played. The Butler fan base who attended the game came away impressed with our boys. BHS didn't lay down. Seneca earned the win.

Anonymous said...

I heard that they petitioned to allow 18 players out in the field instead of 11.

Anonymous said...

I've been very critical of the program here, but see each season as a body of work. Too early to tell yet.

Anonymous said...

Is it true the tackling dummies are dressed up like Bratz dolls?

Brad Mauro said...

Go Butler...beat Shaler!

I had the pleasure of meeting some of the players during two a days this summer. Good group of kids.

Anonymous said...

Hats off to Butler for getting the job done against Shaler. Way to go!

Anonymous said...

Two wins, maybe something good is finally happening, but still too early to tell for sure.

How are the crowds? I remember both sides of the stadium being filled in the late 60s during my time there.

joseph said...

butler makes the playoffs for the first time since 1989!!!!

Anonymous said...

How does a lousy team with a 4-5 record make the playoffs. The got destroyed by every team that was average or above.

gpoole said...

I wonder how many of these people who make such indignent comments about these kids ever dawned a football uniform.Keep playing kids ,don't pay attention to these non participaters from their high school days.I still remember the brisk friday nights and the games it was a great feeling.

Anonymous said...

Butler High football players. Big attitudes, no accomplishments. They team making this year's playoffs was like a C student making the Honor Roll.

Anonymous said...

This was the best team ever!

Anonymous said...

This team was a true championship team - best ever!!!!

Irwin M. Fletcher said...

I was going to attend their playoff game but I couldn't. There was an all-day "Here Comes Honey Boo Boo" marathon on TV.

Anonymous said...

1989? Butler was in the WPIAL finals in 1990 and semifinals in 1992. And made one other playoff appearance in teh 1990's too.