Ashton Kout

Ashton Kout led the Trojans in serving during the season and her 55 aces put her fourth in the UIC.
At the end of Turkey Valley’s volleyball season, two Lady Trojans were named to the Upper Iowa Conference honorable mention team. Ashton Kout and Kassidy Reicks, both seniors, led Turkey Valley in many categories, including assists. Between the pair, they finished with 270 of the team’s 305 assists...
Katlyn Baumler laces one of her four kills in a win over Postville.
    This year's Homecoming Queen at Turkey Valley didn't get to experience walking across the football field while being introduced, being crowned in front of a Friday night football crowd or riding around the track in a convertible.    Instead, Queen Ashton Kout, along with fellow volleyball...
Representing Turkey Valley this year is Cale Reicks and Ashton Kout.
     Since Turkey Valley won't be having a Homecoming football game this Friday — Central forfeited due to a lack of healthy players — the queen was crowned an evening sooner than usual.      Prior to a Trojan volleyball match against Postville, Ashton Kout was selected as the 2017 Homecoming Queen...
Turkey Valley’s Ashton Kout “saves” a ball from going into the net during the Trojans’ home match with North Fayette Valley on Tuesday.
    Anyone who thinks Turkey Valley's volleyball girls aren't giving a full effort just needed to look at  Ashton Kout's leg during a 3-0 loss to North Fayette Valley Thursday.    Earlier in the week, during a practice, the senior ran into one of the standards and placed a couple big welts on her...
Ashton Kout was 15-for-17 serving with two aces in the Trojan win over West Central. The junior also provided 17 assists.
    Turkey Valley's last two matches have been against teams toward the opposite ends of the Upper Iowa Conference spectrum. Last Thursday the Lady Trojans won 3-1 over West Central, but Tuesday they were soundly defeated by Starmont, 3-0.    All four of the sets against the Blue Devils were very...
New Hampton’s Bailey Knowlton tries to slide into second base but collides with Turkey Valley’s Ashton Kout during the New Hampton Invitational on Saturday. Kout managed to hang on to the ball in her glove for the out.
Class 2A's fourth-ranked Central Springs was the top team in the New Hampton tournament Saturday, and although the Panthers won over both area teams — Turkey Valley and New Hampton — the Chickasaws gave Central Springs a battle in the day's finale before dropping their first game of the tourney, 3-...

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