Kyle Langreck

Turkey Valley’s Kyle Langreck anchors the shuttle hurdle relay as track teams finally got to compete in an outdoor meet at the New Hampton Coed Thursday.
The fact that Turkey Valley’s boys finished third in the nine-team New Hampton coed invitational Thursday came as no shock to coach Mark Scott, despite the Trojans being the smallest school in the field.“Surprised, no,” he said of the team’s efforts. “Happy, yes.”There were a pair of 3A schools in...
Kyle Langreck uses an athletic play to try to keep a ball in bounds during a Turkey Valley home game recently.
After Monday’s win over Tripoli, coach Chris Sullivan said his Trojan boys would be playing the next night, in Postville, a team “we seem to always have battles with right down to the final buzzer.”  Although the game was tight, the Pirates gave Turkey Valley their first conference loss of the...
Turkey Valley’s Cody Hackman, right, hands to Will Einwalter in a sprint medley relay earlier this season.
The first meet that Turkey Valley was scheduled to run at Sumner-Fredericksburg this season was called off due to wet grounds, but the second coed was held Monday at Sumner, giving the Trojan boys another team title over the eight-team field.    There were 20 events — 19 that scored points, plus...
After missing his first attempt, Kyle Langreck makes this 5’ high jump and would go on to clear 5-2 as well to place second at Nashua-Plainfield Tuesday.
Only two races into Tuesday’s meet at Nashua-Plainfield and Mark Scott was enjoying the day so much more than the night before.  “Last night was cold, wet and it took forever,” said the Turkey Valley coach. “This meet is already running better.”  Computer glitches in the automatic timing system...
    Nearly every one of the 11 schools at the Postville boys track meet last Thursday was larger than Turkey Valley. Only West Central and Kee High are smaller.    That didn't stop the Trojans from winning the meet, by 19 points over runner-up Waukon.    A third scoring threat for Turkey Valley...
Turkey Valley’s Kyle Langreck looks for an opening in a game played earlier this season.
"Tonight we played our most complete game of the year on both ends of the court."  When the season is winding down, that's a good statement to hear from a coach. It came from Turkey Valley's Chris Sullivan after his team's 65-38 win over Starmont Friday on the road.  That makes it a sweep for the...

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