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New Hampton senior Olivia Burke covers some ground as she runs to a 12th-place finish Thursday.
Nolan Usher and Olivia Burke had decidedly different answers when asked about their cross country training routine over the summer. While Burke said she ran two to five miles every single day, even on those hot days, Usher’s answer was “I ran some.” “I ran in 5Ks a lot of weekends and I worked...
New Hampton’s volleyball players and coaches pose with their championship plaque after winning their home invitational tournament title on Saturday.
None of the volleyball players were born the last time New Hampton won its own volleyball invitational. If they’ve ever won. Going back through the old newspaper books at the Tribune show that the tournament started in 1984. The Chickasaws haven’t won the invite in coach Jess Geerts’ tenure as head...
The forecast — especially late Friday night — isn’t the best so New Hampton and Charles City will not only try to beat each other, but they also try to beat Mother Nature.Officials have decided to “move up” the starting times for the non-district football games as the fresh-soph game is now...
Not only did Breanna Busta lead Turkey Valley in kills, but she tied with the top number of assists and hit eight aces in a 3-1 win over Lansing Kee Tuesday. She’s shown here serving one of those aces against the Kee Hawks.
Even though Turkey Valley’s win over Lansing Kee Tuesday wasn’t a conference match-up, coach Ethan Adams hopes the confidence his team gathered will help when they do play the Upper Iowa Conference match, which is actually next on the schedule. Either way, it was a great way to start the season. “...
While New Hampton’s Maddi Moorman goes up for the attack, Turkey Valley’s Jordan Lukes (2), Reece Manderfield and Jaedyn Winter go on defense in the third set of the match-up between the neighboring schools.
If the opinion of Turkey Valley coach Ethan Adams counted, there would be another team in the Class 3A rankings. “I know New Hampton is not in the pre-season rankings, but I look for them to be there pretty soon,” he said after his Trojan girls were defeated by the Chickasaws 3-0. “We knew coming...
Jordan Klueber (66) and Luke Bucknell (42) provide protection for Nashua-Plainfield quarterback Michael Stille as he prepares to throw a pass in the Huskies’ game against North Butler Friday night.
Nick Lamphier probably figured he’d always remember his first-ever game as head football coach. But, just in case, Mother Nature chipped in as the Nashua-Plainfield football team dropped a 20-0 contest to North Butler on a game that started Friday night and ended on Saturday evening. “I’m getting...
New Hampton will be in Pool B when the annual Chickasaw Volleyball Invitational gets underway Saturday. The event, now in its 34th year, starts with pool play at 9 a.m. Each pool will have four teams, with Sumner-Fredericksburg, South Winneshiek and Denver joining the Chickasaws in Pool B and...
Turkey Valley’s Ethan Leibold reaches the ball across the goal line during the Trojans’ season-opening victory against AGWSR on Friday night.
With 72 yards passing and 201 yards rushing, Turkey Valley mixed up their offense just enough to keep AGWSR’s defense off balance in the season opener Friday. The 38-13 score and 273 yards of total offense may sound like a full night’s work, but only half the game was played.  With the Trojans...
New Hampton’s Ashlynn Tank helps New Hampton get off to a fast start during a six-point serving run in the first set of the Chickasaws’ win over Mason City Thursday.
Kill efficiency is just one stat among many in a volleyball box score, but New Hampton put up another eye-popping number on Thursday as the Chickasaws rolled to a sweep of Mason City in their home opener. Two days after recording a kill efficiency of .489 in a sweep of Nashua-Plainfield, the...
New Hampton’s Tristan Sweitzer finds open field on a screen pass Friday night in the Chickasaws’ season opener with Aplington-Parkersburg.
This one, no doubt, is going to sting for a while. That’s because too often New Hampton was in own worst enemy Friday night in its season opener against Aplington-Parkersburg as the Chickasaws couldn’t hold a 12-0 second half lead and fell to the Falcons 13-12. “It was a little frustrating because...

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