Cale Reicks

Cale Reicks (22) and Will Einwalter (25) were both named to the District 2 first team after the season ended.
Turkey Valley may not have had the quantity of players on the District 2, 8-man All-District lists as they have in recent year, but the players that were named certainly had the quality part covered. Three of the four seniors on the team were awarded postseason honors, but there were also a pair of...
Two of the Friday defensive leaders for Turkey Valley team up on this play earlier in the season. Kannon Leuenberger [42] finished with 14 tackle points and Eli Nymeyer recovered a fumble.
     A serious blow was dealt to the chances of Turkey Valley playing in the postseason this year when the Trojans were defeated on a wet field at Northwood-Kensett Friday.     "The winner is still in the playoff picture, the loser is out of the picture for all practical purposes," said coach Mark...
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...
Following the lead block of Kannon Leuenberger, Turkey Valley’s Cale Reicks rushes against AGWSR Friday night.
    Probably no one in the state had two closer games than Turkey Valley's football team did the past two weeks.    Following an overtime loss to Riceville a week ago, the Trojans suffered their second district loss Friday at AGWSR, when the Cougars won by a point, 45-44.    "This was another...
Turkey Valley’s Cale Reicks “climbs the ladder” to pick off a pass in a game against West Central.
    Turkey Valley fans have grown accustomed to the big plays the Trojans have scored on in the past years, and those exciting moments continue during the 2017 season.    At least three of them came Friday night in the 64-8 win over North Iowa, which the Trojans played after a long drive to Buffalo...
Turkey Valley senior Will Einwalter scored four times during Turkey Valley’s home opener, including on this 19-yard run early in the second quarter.
    By looking at the statistics, no one would ever guess how badly Turkey Valley beat their West Central guests Friday.    The Trojans only gained 136 yards on the ground, and threw for another 73 for a modest total of 209 yards on the night, yet the final score was Turkey Valley 62, Blue Devils...
Cody Hackman earned UIC first team honors for the second straight year and was a three-time UIC pick at the end of the season.
   Even though Cody Hackman played  catcher about as much as he was in centerfield, the Turkey Valley senior was named an Upper Iowa Conference first team outfielder for the 2017 season.   He was the only Trojan to land on the first team, but Evan Busta, Wyatt Blazek and Cale Reicks were listed as...
Turkey Valley’s Cody Hackman, shown here scoring a run earlier this season, will take a team-leading batting average of .468 into the postseason that begins today [Tuesday] in New Albin.
    Gladbrook-Reinbeck threw a 1-2 punch at Turkey Valley's baseball team as they combined a very good pitching display with a solid batting effort when they hosted the Trojans last Thursday.    But it was the TV boys that delivered their own knockout punch.    "We were in the game until we started...
The contributions by Cale Reicks to Turkey Valley’s game one win over Starmont Monday were numerous as the junior pitched four innings and, while at the plate, singled, doubled and homered.
   In terms of wins and losses, the Turkey Valley and Starmont records were pretty similar before the baseball teams met in a doubleheader at Starmont Monday.    And they’re still that way. Each team earned a victory as the TV boys started with a 10-7 game one win and the Stars took the nitecap, 7-...
Turkey Valley’s Jaden Bruess delivers a pitch during the Trojans’ game against New Hampton Friday.
Thursday went exceedingly well for the Turkey Valley baseball team.Friday? Not so much.The Trojans rallied for a 2-1 win over North Fayette Valley and held a 2-0 lead over the TigerHawks through three innings when Mother Nature reared her ugly head on Thursday.So the two teams met in Jackson...

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