Josh Fenske

New Hampton’s Wyatt Stochl continues to be among the leaders in hitting for the Chickasaws as his .426 batting average trails only Noah Fye.
The seniors on the New Hampton baseball team have literally played hundreds of games since they first became teammates on a travel team back when they were elementary school students. But they have never had more fun playing the game than they did on Friday night, when they moved into the Northeast...
New Hampton’s Noah Fye goes with the pitch and drives a triple to right field in the Chickasaws’ 9-4 win over Charles City on Monday night.
As New Hampton coach Cory McDonald talked about Monday’s 9-4 win over Charles City on Monday night, he used the words “Chickasaw baseball” on numerous occasions. And just what it is that? “It’s a lot of things, it’s the things they’ve heard over and over,” McDonald said after his team improved to...
Aden Zwanziger delivers a pitch during the first game of New Hampton’s doubleheader with Oelwein on Friday.
Aden Zwanziger, Noah Fye and Josh Fenske have been around the proverbial block a time or two so no one had to tell them that Friday’s doubleheader at Oelwein was, to put it simply, huge. Win two and the Chickasaws would stay in the thick of the Northeast Iowa Conference race; split or, even worse,...
New Hampton’s Josh Fenske spots up from 3-point range during the Chickasaws’ win over MFL-Mar-Mac on Monday.
It was a night when, for once, everything seemed to click for the New Hampton boys basketball team. The Chickasaws scored early and often, posted a season high in points and rolled to an 89-55 win over MFL-Mar-Mac Monday. “Hey, we’re on a winning streak finally,” New Hampton coach Chad Sweitzer...
New Hampton senior Josh Fenske sacks Garner-Hayfield-Ventura quarterback Ryan Myers during the Chickasaws’ 28-10 victory last month.
New Hampton football coach Scott Frerichs put it simply when he was asked about the four Chickasaws — seniors Josh Fenske, Braydon Fisher and Tyler Rentschler and junior Noah Fenske — who landed on the Iowa Newspaper Association’s Class 2A all-state teams. “All of these players really like the game...
Josh Fenske, shown pressuring a quarterback last fall, committed to Southern Illinois this week.
    Josh Fenske visited the Southern Illinois University last month and came away impressed.    “I liked the campus. It’s beautiful. I liked the coaches and I felt like it was a good place for me,” he said. “The coaching staff was a key part. ... They have guys who know football and you can look up...
Junior outfielder Josh Fenske makes a valiant effort at a foul ball in the third inning during New Hampton’s 8-0 win over Hampton-Dumont.
   Carter Stochl — or for that matter, any of his New Hampton baseball teammates — doesn’t need a dictionary to define the word sacrifice.   Instead, they personify the meaning of sacrifice — “the surrender or destruction of something prized or desirable for the sake of something considered as...
Keagan John passes Waukon’s Hunter Jensen in the Chickasaws’ winning sprint medley relay run.
New Hampton coach Scott Frerichs has found plenty of success when he puts Braydon Fisher, Keagan John, Shane Burke and Josh Fenske in relays this year.  And Friday night was certainly not an exception when the quartet notched two more victories as they claimed the sprint medley and 4x100 titles at...
New Hampton’s Dillon Roberson uncorks his second-place throw in the shot put at Friday’s Dave Sage Go-Hawk Relays in Waverly.
When it comes to numbers, New Hampton certainly doesn’t have the biggest boys track team around.  But the Chickasaws showed that quality can make up for quantity Friday night when they ran to a solid fourth-place finish at the Dave Sage Go-Hawk Relays in Waverly.  “We were very happy with the way...
New Hampton’s Josh Fenske breaks away from the field on his way to winning the 100-meter dash at the Decorah Early Bird on Tuesday.
After a couple of “false starts,” the New Hampton boys track team finally found its way outdoors on Tuesday.  And it was worth the wait for the Chickasaws, who got three victories and a number of strong performances on their way to a second-place finish at the Decorah Early Bird.  “We saw a lot of...

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