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Emma Sinnwell, shown here at the Nashua-Plainfield Invitational last week, helped the Huskies to the Panther Invitational team title on Thursday evening.
    Two days after running on their home course — one of the toughest cross country layouts in the state — the Nashua-Plainfield girls cross country team one-upped itself.    The Huskies, despite not running at full strength, claimed the team title at the Central Springs Panther Invitational on...
Kassidy Reicks led the Turkey Valley girls in assists during the Dunkerton tourney over the weekend.
    At least one aspect of the Turkey Valley volleyball game improved drastically as the Trojans were going 1-2 in the Dunkerton tourney over the weekend.    Before Saturday, the serving average for the team stood at 86 percent, but at Dunkerton the team was good on 107-of-114 serves, for 94...
Following the lead block of Kannon Leuenberger, Turkey Valley’s Cale Reicks rushes against AGWSR Friday night.
    Probably no one in the state had two closer games than Turkey Valley's football team did the past two weeks.    Following an overtime loss to Riceville a week ago, the Trojans suffered their second district loss Friday at AGWSR, when the Cougars won by a point, 45-44.    "This was another...
Turkey Valley homecoming king and queen candidates include (from left) Mason Goerend, Emily Busta, Cale Reicks, Ashton Kout, Nic Shores and Lydia Schuchhardt.
    It’s definitely going to be a different kind of homecoming this year at Turkey Valley as its Friday night football opponent — Central Elkader — announced Monday that it will forfeit the game to the Trojans because it will not have enough players.    That means the homecoming king and queen will...
Turkey Valley’s Jenna Schmitt was 11-for-11 at the serving line during Monday night’s match against Central.
    Going into Monday night’s bout against Central of Elkader, Turkey Valley hadn’t won a set during their four matches against Upper Iowa Conference opponents and Central had only lost one set in conference play, which included a 3-0 win over Kee, a team the TV girls lost to 3-0.    But, with two...
New Hampton's Mason Cleveland goes up to snare a 23-yard scoring pass in the second quarter of Friday's game in Clarion.
  New Hampton had two touchdowns called back, gave up 19 points in the final 7:47 of the game, racked up 16 penalties and still managed to stay unbeaten in Class 2A, District 2 play. The Chickasaws stormed out to a 32-6 lead but then had to hold off a spirited Clarion-Goldfield-Dows/CAL comeback to...
Running for the New Hampton varsity girls, Riley Shatek finished with a season best time at Waukon.
    New Hampton brought back a pair of medals from the Waukon cross country meet Tuesday and Turkey Valley’s Jaycie Byrne narrowly missed one as both the Chickasaws and Trojans ran in the meet.    Not enough Turkey Valley runners competed to score as  teams, but New Hampton’s girls were sixth of...
New Hampton’s Maddi Moorman (14) and Kaelyn Ambrose put up a “wall” as they block a Decorah attack during Thursday night’s Northeast Iowa Conference match.
    New Hampton junior Lauren Frerichs didn’t think her volleyball team was rusty Tuesday night after a week layoff, but coach Jess Geerts thought they were.    The two did agree on one thing — after the Chickasaws won 3-0 over Decorah — that a key to the night was keeping Decorah on the defensive...
Nashua-Plainfield’s Brock Dietz runs past Dike-New Hartford runners in the boys race at the Nashua-Plainfield Invitational on Tuesday.
    For almost 11 months, Brock Dietz has had to live with the disappointment he endured at the Class 1A state-qualifying cross country meet.    “I want to run at state,” the Nashua-Plainfield senior said. “That’s all I’ve thought about since last year, so even when I didn’t want to run this summer...
Nashua-Plainfield’s Tristen Brase follows blockers Luke Bucknell (42) and Kyle Janssen during Friday night’s homecoming victory.
    The Nashua-Plainfield football team’s 52-0 homecoming victory over Rockford Friday night was more than just a win.    According to coach Chase Sudol, the Huskies also made a statement.    “We just showed the district we mean business,” Sudol said. “It feels awesome.”    The Huskies opened...

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