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New Hampton’s girls golfers and their coaches pose for pictures Wednesday afternoon after claiming the school’s first ever team state golf championship with a dominating two-day performance at the Ames Golf and Country Club.
Better than all the rest. New Hampton’s girls golf team has been trying to get there the last two years, and 2019 was the year the Chickasaws finally knocked down the door. And, like all the rest of the Chickasaw meets this year, the margin by which they won the Class 2A state tournament last week...
New Hampton senior Sadie Tenge delivers a pitch to the plate during the first game of the Chickasaws’ doubleheader with Decorah last Thursday.
Sadie Tenge was asked last week how it felt to be finally competing again, and the New Hampton senior answered with a wide smile. “It feels awesome,” Tenge said. “Being out that first game against Denver, I was so happy. I was finally out there doing what I love, with my teammates.” Tenge’s return...
New Hampton’s Taylor Bearman fires a shot during a meet on May 16, and four days later, she fired a season-high 46 for the Chickasaws.
After posting a perfect score on Saturday, May 18, senior Cameron Maas made it back-to-back 50s during his showing last Monday at Turkey Valley. As the only competitor to not miss a bird, Maas took home first in the men’s division. “All of the kids have worked hard this year, especially Cam,”...
Turkey Valley’s Simon Schmitt makes a nice stretch to get an out during a game against Waterloo East at Saturday’s New Hampton Invitational.
It wasn’t exactly the start to the season Turkey Valley wanted as the Trojans dropped four games during the opening week. The Trojans fell 10-2 to MFL-Mar-Mac on Wednesday, dropped a 12-0 tilt to Rockford in the home opener on Thursday and then suffered losses to Waterloo East and Nashua-Plainfield...
New Hampton's girls golf team and its coaches show off their hardware after claiming the Class 2A state title Wednesday.
After a couple of years knocking at the door, the New Hampton girls golf team knocked it down Wednesday at the Ames Golf and Country Club, where the Chickasaws claimed the school’s first ever state team title in the sport. New Hampton followed up its opening round 335 with a 327 second 18 to easily...
Turkey Valley’s Lane Arens fires a shot during a recent meet.
Although no one boasted a perfect 50, a quartet of individuals posted a score of 49 last week for Turkey Valley - Dalton Rush, Tate Langreck, Lane Arens, and Kaylie Klimesh. Three of these came on Saturday at Fredericksburg Sportsman’s Club in Boyd, as Klimesh claimed victory in the girls’ class,...
New Hampton’s Keegan Kane (above) slides safely into third base during a game against Nashua-Plainfield.
Ask two of the senior leaders of the New Hampton baseball team, and they’ll tell you opening week couldn’t have gone much better for the Chickasaws. Put it this way, it appears New Hampton has done what it’s always done the past decade — it’s reloaded. The Class 2A 10th-ranked Chickasaws beat Class...
New Hampton’s Ryan Anderson lines up a putt during the Class 2A state tournament that was played last Thursday at Marshalltown’s American Legion Golf Course.
After finishing sixth at state two years ago, the New Hampton boys’ golf team duplicated this performance at the Class 2A State Golf Tournament at American Legion Golf Course in Marshalltown. The Chickasaws totaled a score of 325 after the first day of the meet. They sat just four strokes behind...
From left, Emma Ewert, Regan Gebel, Morgan Nuss, Allison Nuss, Lola Lemke and Sonja Djukic brought home another banner to add to an already impressive display.
As the lone senior on the Chickasaw varsity girls golf team, Regan Gebel may have had a few more distractions the day before the regional finals than the rest of the girls. While she was graduating that Sunday, she admitted her mind may have wandered. “It was a fun day, but yeah, during graduation...
New Hampton's Allison Nuss watches one of her tee shots during Tuesday's Class 2A state girls golf tournament.
The New Hampton girls golf team got off to a great start Tuesday at the Class 2A state tournament as the Chickasaws took a 23-shot lead before play was called off because of inclement weather. When play was called, New Hampton as a team stood at 42 over par, 23 shots better than second-place...

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