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Turkey Valley’s Evan Busta has a little company in the form of teammate Walker Leibold on his way to scoring a touchdown on   quarterback Cody Hackman’s only pass of the game Friday night.
Field position is an important factor in football games, so they say.But during Turkey Valley's first three possessions Friday night against North Iowa, the Trojans began drives on their own 6-, 18- and 14-yardlines.It helps to only have an 80-yard field, but it also helps when the line makes holes...
New Hampton’s Lauren Frerichs was one of two Chickasaws to make the all-tournament team at the Crestwood Invitational on Saturday.
Coach Jess Geerts called the one New Hampton loss in the Crestwood Invitational over the weekend a "mental hiccup.""We were by far the best team there," she said after the Chickasaws finished third in the tourney. "We played well, just one match didn't go well."After winning 2-0 over Kee High,...
New Hampton's Jake Usher finished eighth among 53 senior boys at Waverly-Shell Rock.
There weren't as many runners at this year's Waverly-Shell Rock cross country invite. Originally scheduled for Tuesday of last week, the meet was postponed to Thursday due to excessive heat.Though not all the schools were able to make the new date, it gave the Chickasaw runners a good workout,...
New Hampton’s linebackers (above) — Josh Fenske, Keaton Geerts and Zach Wemark — bring down Forest City quarterback Ben Midtgaard while Chickasaws’ quarterback Carter Stochl takes off on a designed run during New Hampton’s 25-0 win over Forest City on Friday night.
The shutout New Hampton posted Friday night was just the proverbial icing on the cake.What really mattered was the win and the margin of victory in that 25-0 whitewashing of Forest City in the Class 2A, District 2 opener.“I’m not saying we didn’t want it,” senior Zach Wemark said, “but the first...
New Hampton’s Darian Wegner returns a serve as Savannah Anderson, left, and Kayla Gilbert focus on the ball in a 3-1 win over Crestwood Tuesday.
New Hampton volleyball senior Emma Nicolaisen isn’t looking past any opponent in the Northeast Iowa Conference race, and that included a Crestwood team New Hampton beat 3-1 Tuesday night.    “We knew they had a few strong girls,” said the Chickasaw, “but every team has their strengths and...
Dayton Hansen stands in the pocket during a rough night against Hudson Friday. Blocking on the play is Wiley Jennison.
Losing Friday night was tough enough on Nashua-Plainfield coach Chase Sudol and his Huskies.But the injury report following the Huskies’ 22-7 loss to Hudson may have been worse.Already playing without center Tanner Haut, the Huskies’ lost two more players — Nick Bucknell, one of the leaders of the...
Nashua-Plainfield’s Liberty Fisher gets a spike past a Mason City Newman blocker during the Huskies’ win last Thursday.
There’s a fine line when it comes to volleyball serving.Be too conservative and an opponent has an easy time setting up its offense; be too aggressive and an opponent can pick up an easy point with a service error.Nashua-Plainfield found the perfect balance last week in a 25-16, 25-7, 25-12 Top of...
Nashua-Plainfield’s Kaylee Eick and Kaylee Cerwinske lead a pack of runners at the Charles City Invitational that was held at Wildwood Golf Course last Thursday.
If there was a surprise last Thursday night for the Nashua-Plainfield cross country team, it was provided by Mother Nature.“It was actually nice out,” coach Jennifer Kalainoff said with a laugh, “and it’s always like 100 degrees there or we don’t have it because of the heat.”All in all, it was a...
South Winneshiek’s Jordon Snyder competes at the Charles City Invitational on Thursday.
South Winn didn't run at the Charles City cross country meet last year. Because of the heat, no one did, but this year the weather made up for it.“We were fortunate to have an almost perfect night for a meet — that doesn't happen all that often at this time of the year,” said coach Kevin Kearney. “...
Currently leading the district in rushing with carries like this one in the first week of the season, Wyatt Blazek ran for 152 yards in Turkey Valley’s 48-8 win over West Central Friday.
    With a rushing night of 152 yards on 14 carries Friday, Wyatt Blazek is currently the leading rusher in the 8-man district Turkey Valley participates in.    He didn’t do his scoring average any harm either — he is second to AGWSR’s Nathan Karsjens in that category — as the TV senior scored...

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