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On a throw from catcher Luke Mueller, Garrett Kurtenbach tags a Kee High runner attempting to steal second in Saturday’s district opener.
When a Kannon Leuenberger single scored Elliott Dietzenbach in the first inning of Turkey Valley’s district opener at New Albin Saturday night, the 1-0 Trojan lead would be short-lived. The TV boys would hold that lead until the bottom of the second inning, but walks would lead to six runs in that...
Even though the Turkey Valley girls lost their regional game against third-ranked Clarksville Friday night 4-0, the game was full of great defensive plays by the Trojans, like Aleah Hackman’s stretch at first base for the throw that was just a bit too late to catch the Indians’ Chloe Ross.
Turkey Valley’s Kim Fischer only pitched three innings in the Trojans’ regional opener last Monday, as it only took 2 1/2 innings for the TV girls to win over West Central, 13-0. “I really like playing the game, but I’m fine with getting it over with, as long as we get the win,” said the Turkey...
Max Babcock delivers a pitch for the New Hampton baseball team during Tuesday's game against Lake Mills.
The New Hampton baseball team may not have gone into the postseason with a flourish, but the Chickasaws shook off four straight losses to end the regular season with a solid 3-0 win over Lake Mills Tuesday night in a Class 2A district semifinal game. New Hampton improved to 26-9 as Keegan Kane and...
New Hampton first baseman Connor Hackman tracks the throw from shortstop Mason Cleveland as the Chickasaws record an out against Wapsie Valley Thursday evening.
After capturing a conference title two weeks ago, the New Hampton baseball team’s play took a turn for the worst in the final week of the regular season. The Chickasaws entered last week boasting a record of 25-6 and were ranked as the No. 7 team in Class 2A. However, in the three contests they...
A group of New Hampton seniors hug after the Chickasaw season came to an end.
Pure heartbreak. A group of New Hampton senior softball players huddled together, shed tears and shared hugs with each other after playing the final game of their Chickasaw careers. “Right now, it obviously sucks. We’ve been playing since we were in seventh grade if not younger,” Sadie Tenge said...
Turkey Valley seniors, from left, Kim Fischer, Shayla Kuennen and Makayla Farrell walk off the field one last time after the Trojan loss Friday night.
In the first round of regional action, Turkey Valley cruised to a 13-0 win over West Central and they upended Kee High in the second round 8-2. But Clarksville's third-ranked Indians would eliminate the TV girls from the tourney by a 4-0 score Friday night. "Our girls have nothing to hang their...
Kayla Crooks watches the ball after she connects with it against Forest City on Wednesday.
The Chickasaw softball team is officially one game away from playing in the state tournament at Fort Dodge. They picked up victories in the regional quarterfinal over Forest City and the regional semifinal against Iowa Falls-Alden. However, neither of these wins came easy. Against Forest City...
Kiersten Tenge struck out 10 batters while the Chickasaw JV girls were defeating Waukon.
Back-to-back games for the JV softball girls found the team a little flat on day two. But they had plenty of energy in the game that counted toward conference standings as they defeated Waverly 17-2. The Chickasaws scored the maximum number of runs in three of the four innings against the Go-Hawks...
New Hampton’s Connor Hackman tags out a Charles City baserunner in a game last Tuesday.
Although New Hampton claimed the conference title after a doubleheader against Charles City, the Chickasaws also had two important non-conference games against ranked opponents this past week. The first of these matchups came last Monday against the seventh ranked team in Class 1A - Saint Ansgar. ...
New Hampton High School freshman-to-be Carlee Rochford poses with several of the implements she used late last month when she earned a trip to the AAU Junior Olympics.
Carlee Rochford laughed when she was asked about the first time she threw a javelin. Put it this way, it did not go well. “You know me, I can get pretty frustrated when things aren’t going the way I think they should,” the soon-to-be New Hampton High School freshman said, “but then my dad the next...

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