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Southwestern Heights Standout Signs with Saints
01/05/2010

Southwestern Heights head coach Julie Tucker with Britny Butler and Korinna Valasquez

Britny Butler can't just sit still. Butler is one of those kids who can multi task with the best of them. She'll bring that attitude about 25 miles down the road from Southwestern Heights to Seward County. The Heights standout volleyball and basketball player signed to play volleyball at SCCC Tuesday afternoon in the library at Southwestern Heights. She plans on playing basketball at SCCC too but can't sign until April. "I like to be active," Butler said. "I want there to be something for me to do all the time instead of just one season and not have anything else to do." Butler signs with Saints coaches Bert Luallen and Alan Rowland who were both in attendance. Butler helped coach Julie Tucker's Mustangs to a 44-3 season and a third place finish in 3A this fall. Butler helped the Lady Mustang basketball team win the 3A state championship in March and is part of a 6-0 team this season. Butler credits her coaches at SWH. "The coaches kept pushing and pushing," Butler said. "They always said if they aren't harping on you that means they don't think you can do any better. If I do something right, they are always trying to make me do it a little bit better." Butler says she was primarily used for her passing in high school and coaches tell her she could be used for her defense in college. The Saints went 26-11 this year and won the Jayhawk West. Butler is the first signing for the 2010 Saints who return Kelen Ricardo, Sheina Fernandes, Lexie Baldwin, Katie Thomas, Maddy Taylor, and Stacie Carver.

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