New Hampton wrestling

New Hampton/Turkey Valley’s Mason Cleveland gets in on a leg as he goes for a takedown attempt during last Saturday’s Northeast Iowa Conference wrestling tournament.
In one way, sectional wrestling tournaments are all about the individuals. In another way, at least for teams like New Hampton/Turkey Valley, those sectionals are all about the team. “The bottom line is you’re trying to get as many guys to districts as possible,” Chickasaw co-coach Matt Paulus said...
New Hampton/Turkey Valley’s Max Babcock turns Charles City’s Rousch Jaegar to his back in the 145-pound title bout at Saturday’s Northeast Iowa Conference tournament.
Carter Reicks didn’t celebrate when he became the third New Hampton/Turkey Valley wrestler — joining Max Babcock and Evan Rosonke — to earn a Northeast Iowa conference championship Saturday at the NEIC meet in Charles City. It was more a sigh of relief. The top seed in the tourney at 220, Reicks...
New Hampton/Turkey Valley’s Evan Rosonke is one of four Chickasaws who are ranked as the team heads to the Northeast Iowa Conference tournament on Saturday.
It says something about the depth on the New Hampton/Turkey Valley wrestling team that just a few days before the Northeast Iowa Conference tournament, the Chickasaws lineup wasn’t quite set. “Here we are three days before the conference and we’re not sure yet and maybe that’s weird,” co-coach Andy...
Jacob Reicks went 4-0 at Riceville with two falls and two forfeits.
New Hampton/Turkey Valley’s wrestling team got more than just four relatively easy dual wins on Saturday at the Cat Duals in Riceville, a tournament the Chickasaws hopped into after the Ankeny Duals were cancelled because of Friday’s winter storm. Not only did the Chickasaws dominate Waukon,...
New Hampton/Turkey Valley senior Cam Rasing takes down Decorah’s Elijah Mitchell in his first match of the season on Thursday night.
With only a period left in his match against Osage’s Colin Muller, Clayton Taylor was down 9-3. “I looked up at the clock and I knew I had to do something big, I had to turn him,” said the senior. “He turned me but I got back on top, saw the opportunity, got a half in and got as deep as possible.”...
New Hampton/Turkey Valley’s Mason Cleveland picked up his first tournament title of the season with a strong showing at the Stewartville Invitational Saturday.
Taking everything into consideration, Saturday’s Stewartville Invitational felt like a win for the New Hampton/Turkey Valley wrestling team. Yes, the Chickasaws finished second in the team standings as Linn-Mar won the Minnesota tournament with 200 points, 16 more than New Hampton-Turkey Valley....
New Hampton/Turkey Valley senior Wyatt Stochl, shown here getting a takedown in a meet against Waverly-Shell Rock, had two pins in Tuesday night’s triangular.
New Hampton/Turkey Valley’s wrestling team got just what it needed Tuesday night as the Chickasaws bounced back from a rough weekend to post two impressive dual meet victories. “It was a good night, no question,” New Hampton/Turkey Valley coach Nick Hemann said after his team beat Union 45-24 and...
New Hampton/Turkey Valley’s Max Babcock turns Lisbon’s Gage Mccoy during a meet against Lake Mills on Saturday at the Battle of Waterloo.
Let’s put it this way, New Hampton/Turkey Valley’s wrestlers weren’t exactly enamored last week when the Battle of Waterloo brackets came out. There were the Chickasaws, the two-time defending Class 2A state dual-meet champions and unbeaten in duals this season, seeded fifth in the Friday morning “...
New Hampton/Turkey Valley 160-pounder Clayton Taylor takes down Waukon’s Nathan Johnson during a night in which the Chickasaws won two duals by a combined score of 141-9 over Waukon and Oelwein.
There have been times early this season that New Hampton/Turkey Valley wrestling coach Nick Hemann has been a bit conflicted. Take the Chickasaws’ recent performances on the mat, for example. On the up side, New Hampton/Turkey Valley destroyed a couple of Northeast Iowa Conference opponents —...
New Hampton/Turkey Valley’s Evan Rosonke was the lone Chickasaw to make the finals at Independence’s two-day tournament.
Don’t let the 14th-place finish in the team standings fool you; New Hampton/Turkey Valley coach Nick Hemann got what he wanted out of Independence’s Cliff Keen Invitational this weekend. “It went good, it went really good,” Hemann said after the two-day, 33-team tournament. “It’s one of the best —...

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