Nathan Dettmer

Levi Enright is one of two Huskies to sign with Clarke College.
Two Nashua-Plainfield football players will embark on new adventures next fall after recently signing national letters of intent to attend school and play football at Clarke University in Dubuque. Wide receiver Levi Enright and linebacker Nathan Dettmer were among almost three dozen high school...
Nashua-Plainfield sophomore Jakob Whitinger finishes off a reversal against North Linn’s Heath Moyer in a 113-pound semifinal match at the Class 1A state tournament in Des Moines.
Nashua-Plainfield’s Jakob Whitinger stood in the tunnel at Wells Fargo Arena, and even though he had just saw his season end with a loss, the smile never left his face. “I came down here to get on the stand,” the sophomore 113-pounder said Saturday afternoon, “and tonight, I get to get up on that...
Nashua-Plainfield’s Nathan Dettmer picks up back points on his way to a victory in a home meet against Forest City earlier this month.
It wasn’t just the way his “big guns” wrestled, it was the way kids like Shane Hillesheim, Justice Palmier and Dalton Asche fared that made Saturday a pretty satisfying day at the Hudson Invitational for Nashua-Plainfield wrestling coach Al Frost. “It wasn’t as deep as Tripoli was last week,” the...
Four of Nashua-Plainfield’s seniors — Mason Hyde (11), Levi Enright (83), Nathan Dettmer (64) and Dayton Hansen (4) — have been keys for the Huskies during a season in which they are making a run at the playoffs.
     Don’t tell Chase Sudol and his Nashua-Plainfield football players that this Friday’s home game is just another regular season game.     No sir, Friday’s tilt against West Hancock is a playoff game.     The winner makes the Class A state playoffs; the loser packs up the equipment and waits for...
Nashua-Plainfield senior Mason Hyde follows the block of Tanner Haut during a game played earlier this season.
     They took their lumps as sophomores and juniors to experience games as seniors like the one coming up on Friday.     Thanks to a come-from-behind 26-12 win over West Fork last Friday, Nashua-Plainfield will be playing its most meaningful game this late in the season since the Huskies advanced...
Austin Lines was one of a number of Nashua-Plainfield track athletes who are coming on strong as the postseason nears.
Even stricken with strep throat, it’s hard not to hear the excitement in the voice of Nashua-Plainfield boys track coach Chase Sudol.  “These kids have worked extremely hard for me,” Sudol said after the Huskies finished a strong third at the Sumner-Fredericksburg Coed Monday night, “and to see...
Dayton Hansen anchors the Nashua-Plainfield distance medley team to a second-place finish at the New Hampton Coed last Thursday night.
The places aren’t always what the Nashua-Plainfield boys track team wants, but ask its coach, and he’ll tell you that the grit and determination are there.  “I love the way our kids compete,” coach Chase Sudol said, “and I know a lot of them want to place higher, but the effort they’re giving, that...
Jakob Whitinger uses his “all-out, never-say-die” attitude during a match at the Nashua-Plainfield Invitational earlier this season.
The wins for the Nashua-Plainfield wrestling team were nice, but the losses and the lessons they taught may be just as important.  In the end, coach Al Frost will take the first half of the season that came to an end with a 2-1 night at the Huskies’ home quadrangular and a solid 2-4 showing at the...
Mason Hyde was one of six N-P players named to the all-district team at the end of the football season.
After a season in which it tripled the number of wins, six members of the Nashua-Plainfield football team have reaped the rewards.  And the best news of all for Husky fans is this: Five of the six will be back in 2017.  Juniors Mason Hyde, Levi Enright and Nathan Dettmer all were named to the all-...
Nashua-Plainfield’s Levi Enright (83) and Jared Whitinger (3) bring down a West Fork ball carrier during Friday night’s game.
Soreness never felt so good for Nashua-Plainfield football player Nathan Dettmer and his teammates.  “I’m moving a little slow today,” Dettmer said Tuesday afternoon, “but  beating North Butler, trust me, it’s worth it.”  Three days after suffering a disappointing 28-14 homecoming loss to West Fork...

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