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Nashua-Plainfield senior outfielder Britney Holthaus is coming off a big week at the plate as she smacked a pair of home runs for the Huskies and collecting five RBIs.
Nashua-Plainfield’s softball team — thanks to two wins recorded in the last week — has already tripled its 2017 win total. That’s the good news. The bad news is the Huskies still have a ways to go. “We are in a rebuilding stage,” coach Hannah Holthaus said, “but I don’t want them to say, ‘Great, we...
Nashua-Plainfield second baseman Kristian Holmvig tries to turn a double play in a game against Turkey Valley played earlier this season.
For Mason Hyde, the equation goes something like this: Two games = two dominating performances. The Nashua-Plainfield senior tossed a three-hitter that included 13 strikeouts and just one walk to lead the Huskies to a 4-0 victory over Eagle Grove last Tuesday. And he left is coach searching for the...
Devin Orthaus is one of eight Chickasaws to record a 50 in competition this season.
As usual, it was an impressive season for the New Hampton trapshooting team, now down to the final meet of the season — the state competition this coming weekend. The only meet last week was a double shoot at Osage on Memorial Day, with an abbreviated roster competing as only 24 Chickasaws took up...
New Hampton’s Savannah Anderson fires a pitch to the plate in a game played against Oelwein last week.
New Hampton may not have gotten a sweep on Thursday, but the Chickasaws certainly showed they belonged. The Chickasaws, behind the five-hit pitching of Savannah Anderson and a key bases-loaded double from Paige Wisner, knocked off Crestwood 4-1 in the opening game of a doubleheader, and while the...
Turkey Valley catcher Simon Schmitt attempts to throw out a basestealer during the Trojans’ game at New Hampton last Thursday.
In its first six games of the season, Turkey Valley’s baseball team had a combined 21 hits. During a Saturday tournament at Crestwood, the Trojans — while defeating the host Cadets — added 20 hits. In one game. Turkey Valley’s win over Crestwood was by a 9-0 score, which could have been even higher...
New Hampton’s Preston Pickar is safe at third base after his slide knocked the ball out of the glove of Crestwood’s  Reid Riley’s glove during the first game of a Northeast Iowa Conference doubleheader Friday in Cresco.
It might have been its ugliest win of the winning streak, but Cory McDonald believes Saturday’s 10-3 win over North Fayette Valley showed something about his team. “We had that big inning in the fifth, and you know what? All three of our seniors — Aden [Zwanziger], Noah [Fye] and Joshua [Fenske]...
New Hampton's girls golf team poses with the runner-up trophy after they finished second in the Class 2A state golf tournament on Wednesday.
New Hampton’s valiant comeback came up just three shots short Wednesday as the Chickasaws had to settle for a second straight second-place finish at the state golf meet.A year after taking second in the Class 3A tournament, the Chickasaws entered the final day of this year’s Class 2A meet trailing...
Allison Nuss, shown here at the regional tournament, is tied for fifth place after the first day of the Class 2A state golf meet.
New Hampton remained within striking distance of the lead after the first round of the Class 2A state girls golf tournament on Tuesday. The Chickasaws shot a 375 and are 14 shots behind first-round leader Van Meter as they prepare for the second and final round at Lake Panorama National Golf Course...
From left, assistant coach Paul Ewert, Morgan Nuss, Emma Ewert, Marcy Uglum, Regan Gebel, Barbara Schwickerath, Allison Nuss and head coach Eric Olson will be making a return trip to state next week after the girls won the regional final Monday afternoon.
With a score of 339, New Hampton will advance to the state girls golf tourney, which starts a week from Tuesday in Lake Panorama.  The Chickasaws finished 18 strokes under that of the second-place team, Okoboji, they will also advance to state. Allison Nuss was the medalist for the meet with a new...
Aden Zwanziger tees off during the district meet at Dike Friday.
Three teams qualified for state from the Dike-New Hartford district Friday, but New Hampton was not one of those teams. It was very close, but when the final golfer from Clarion-Goldfield-Dows came in with an 86, erasing their fourth-best score of 88, it broke a tie that existed between the Cowboys...

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