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Savannah Anderson goes up for a block in the Saturday NEIC Chickasaw win over Waukon.
New Hampton was seeded fourth and finished third at the Northeast Iowa Volleyball Tournament Saturday, avenging one loss from earlier in the season but also losing to a team they'd beaten before.  Charles City was undefeated on the day and Waverly-Shell Rock was second.  The day started with a case...
Shown making a shoestring tackle against Central, John Gossling intercepted two passes Friday night against Clarksville and returned both for touchdowns. Other Trojans on defense in the photo are, from left, Braeden Baumler, Cale Reicks and Evan Busta.
Just about everything that could go wrong for Clarksville Friday, did. Of course, third-ranked Turkey Valley had a lot to do with the misfortunes that led to their 48-0 lead…… after a quarter.  On the way to a 72-7 Trojan win, a number of players were at the right place at the right time.       “...
Ashton Kout was 15-for-17 serving with two aces in the Trojan win over West Central. The junior also provided 17 assists.
    Turkey Valley's last two matches have been against teams toward the opposite ends of the Upper Iowa Conference spectrum. Last Thursday the Lady Trojans won 3-1 over West Central, but Tuesday they were soundly defeated by Starmont, 3-0.    All four of the sets against the Blue Devils were very...
Keaton Geerts
Keaton Geerts thought long and hard about just waiting to make his college choice after the high school wrestling season ended.  But in the end, his heart was set on the University of Northern Iowa, and with the choice out of the way, the New Hampton senior figured he could focus on being a...
New Hampton's Kam Pfaffle (66) and Noah Fenske sack GHV quarterback Ryan Meyers in the fourth quarter of Friday's game.
Down 9-0 heading into the fourth quarter, New Hampton's football season was teetering on the brink Friday night.But the Chickasaws rallied for 15 final frame points on their way to a 15-9 victory over Garner-Hayfield-Ventura in a Class 2A, District 2 game. The win propelled New Hampton to 7-1...
Despite competing with an Achilles heel injury, Josie Shekleton finished her NEIC race for the Chickasaw varsity Tuesday.
    No matter what, coach Jamie Quass always finds positive things to say about her runners.    So even though the Chickasaws trailed the field of six in the Northeast Iowa Conference on both the boys and the girls side, the coach had nice things to say.    She did, however, have plenty to work...
One of 10 Chickasaw seniors honored before New Hampton’s volleyball match against Charles City Tuesday, Lexi Rasmussen hugs her dad, Tom, with her mom, Ginger, next in line.
During a sports season there’s always ups and downs. But senior night usually takes the emotions to a new level.    Kayla Gilbert was feeling it after the Chickasaws lost in straight sets to Charles City Tuesday night. It wasn’t so much what happened during the match, as the Comets are ranked...
Nashua-Plainfield’s Bailey Weiss returns a serve during a recent match.
The Nashua-Plainfield volleyball team finally got back onto the court last week, and although wins were hard to come by, the Huskies definitely showed some potential.  Because of the flooding that hit the Nashua area last week, the Huskies hadn’t played a match in two weeks when they took on West...
Nashua-Plainfield’s Dayton Hansen, shown here dropping back to pass in a game earlier this season, threw for 98 yards in Friday’s game against Grundy Center.
The hectic schedule — not to mention a pretty talented Grundy Center football team — finally caught up to Nashua-Plainfield.  Playing their third game in a week, the Huskies never found their footing last Friday and suffered a 54-0 road loss.  “We’ve gone through a lot the last week,” Nashua-...
Nashua-Plainfield’s Jakob Whitinger  competes at the New Hampton Invitational last week.
As Jennifer Kalainoff watched her runners cross the finish line last Thursday night, the Nashua-Plainfield coach admitted she felt a twinge of disappointment.  The places were fine at the annual New Hampton Invitational, but the times seemed off.  And it turned out there was good reason for that as...

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