The New Hampton trapshooting team showed off its depth of talent last week in a trio of meets.
With its top six hitters back - all seniors - after a 23-15 record last season, New Hampton softball coach Jack Seelhammer has some lofty expectations for this year’s squad.
The seniors for the New Hampton baseball team will have a chance to make history this season, as they have an opportunity to win their fifth straight conference title.
In three meets last week, the Turkey Valley trapshooting team boasted two perfect 50s.
Although they played far from their best on Monday, the New Hampton girls golf team was still able to cruise to a victory in the first round of regionals at Jesup Golf and Country Club and advance
Against many extremely deep and talented Northeast Iowa Conference foes, the New Hampton boys golf team placed fourth of the seven schools who competed in the conference meet last Monday at Waukon.
Normally, rain and golf coexisting does not have a positive outcome. However, the boys golf team for New Hampton is far from normal, and they proved it on Friday.
There were no surprises when Turkey Valley’s girls competed at the Class 1A regionals last Monday, according to coach John Reicks.
Turkey Valley junior Elliott Dietzenbach couldn’t help but laugh when asked about the difference between Thursday’s 4x800 and Friday’s distance medley at the Class 1A state track meet.