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Turkey Valley’s Seth Huinker scores on a two-point conversion play during a game played against Lansing Kee.
Turkey Valley may not have attempted a pass on Friday evening, but it didn’t matter, as the Trojans walloped West Central 68-0 in district play to stay undefeated on the season at 7-0. And while the Blue Devils only entered the contest with one win on the year, Turkey Valley made sure to not...
Hope McDonald comes up with a key block during the thriller that was played last Tuesday night in New Hampton.
It has been a long 28 years since the New Hampton volleyball team has won a conference championship, as the last time they claimed the title was in 1991.  However, this streak finally came to an end last Tuesday night, as the Chickasaws - the sixth ranked team in Class 3A - defeated Waverly-Shell...
New Hampton quarterback Mason Lane sneaks in from the 1-yard line for what proved to be the winning touchdown in Friday night's game at Cresco. (Bob Fenske/Tribune)
New Hampton’s defense came up big in the fourth quarter Friday night as the Chickasaws secured a 13-7 victory over rival Crestwood in a Class 2A, District 3 tilt.   The Chickasaws came up with two key defensive stops to improve to 4-3 overall and 2-1 in district play in New Hampton’s first victory...
New Hampton ‘s Kacey Olson bumps the ball into the air against Waukon last Monday.
Facing arguably their toughest competition of the season at the Charles City tournament on Saturday, New Hampton played against a trio of top-ten ranked teams in Class 1A. One of these ranked teams - No. 3 Janesville - handed the Chickasaws their second loss of the season by defeating them 2-1 in...
New Hampton cross country runners Jacob Hidding (left) and Preston Trower (right) push each other at a meet held in Osage earlier this season.
Although they didn’t finish near the top of the boys or girls team standings at the Jesup Invitational on Thursday, many individuals on the New Hampton cross country team posted some of their better times of the year. “We were excited to have an opportunity to better our times and get in another...
Lindsey Jackson passes the ball during Turkey Valley’s battle against MFL Thursday.
Although MFL’s record was at .500 coming into Jackson Junction last week, the Bulldogs are on a bit of a winning streak as they downed their last three conference opponents, including a 5-set win over Turkey Valley Thursday. “They blocked really well,” said Trojan senior Katlyn Baumler. “We changed...
Eli Reicks leaves his defenders behind while scoring his first of four touchdowns Friday night.
Turkey Valley was sure to miss its starting quarterback Friday. Out with a sprained knee, Ethan Leibold had thrown for 474 yards this season and rushed for another 283 while the Trojans were going through their first five opponents. And although Kee High had only one win on the season, they lost...
Even though he finished his first season as a professional baseball player in August, the training Cole McDonald has to do during the off-season is still a full-time job. The former New Hampton and University of Iowa baseball star completed his rookie campaign with solid numbers, boasting an earned...
The New Hampton volleyball team celebrates after defeating Waverly-Shell Rock 3-2.
It took all five sets, but the New Hampton volleyball team claimed the Northeast Iowa Conference title after defeating Waverly-Shell Rock - who entered the match undefeated in conference games - on Tuesday night. New Hampton came out firing on all cylinders, as they took a commanding 9-3 lead in...
New Hampton fullback Ryan Pickar breaks through a hole to score a second quarter touchdown during Friday’s game against Iowa Falls-Alden.
If Friday night’s football game between New Hampton and Iowa Falls-Alden had a ledger, the Chickasaws would have plenty of marks on both sides. On the plus side, New Hampton’s passing game shined and the Chickasaws, despite digging themselves 12-0 and 33-16 holes, kept responding and battling. On...

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