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Nashua-Plainfield’s Faith Carpenter tops off on one of the “hills” at last week’s Nashua-Plainfield Invitational.
Let’s put it this way: The Nashua-Plainfield cross country team does itself no favors when it comes to its annual home meet.“Our course is pretty challenging,” Nashua-Plainfield coach Jen Kalainoff said, “and then throw in the fact that we have 3A schools like Charles City and Waverly-Shell Rock in...
Kassidy Reicks, shown downing a kill in a match at Turkey Valley, only made one attack error while recording 19 kills in the Dunkerton tourney.
    Two volleyball teams  — Nashua-Plainfield and Clarksville — dropped out of the Dunkerton Tournament that was held Saturday, due to flooding in their towns.    There was no flooding in Jackson Junction, but Turkey Valley nearly became the third team on the absent list.    "We almost couldn't get...
Garrison Kruse carries  for a fourth-quarter gain, after being named Homecoming King at halftime Friday.
    On the first play from scrimmage in the Turkey Valley-AGWSR contest Friday, an AGWSR pass was broken up by Evan Busta. On the second play the Cougars fumbled and the ball was recovered by Wyatt Blazek. Then Turkey Valley fumbled, but Blazek fell on that one, too. The Trojan senior took a...
Twenty-seven seconds after teammate Keegan Tenge returned an interception for a touchdown, teammate Ryan Gorman, above, does the same during the fourth quarter of Friday’s homecoming win over Clarion-Goldfield-Dows/CAL.
A week’s worth of practice had told Keegan Tenge what was coming next.All week the New Hampton coaches had told Tenge and his fellow defensive backs that the Cowboys liked to run curl pass routes when they faced third-and-long.So midway through the third quarter, with New Hampton clinging to a 14-6...
There’s talent in the freshman class. Danny Hammel finished as the third-best Chickasaw runner in the varsity boys’ race at Waukon.
The Chickasaw cross country team had some cooler weather in which to compete Tuesday at Waukon and it agreed with the runners, according to their coach.“I think my team is ready for fall weather, because we certainly run better when it's a little brisk,” said Jamie Quass, “however, we did have...
Cody Hackman follows his blockers for a touchdown in the second quarter of the 62-8 Turkey Valley win Friday.
Turkey Valley's Wyatt Blazek ran for four touchdowns during the Trojans' Homecoming Friday night, while quarterback Cody Hackman ran for one score and passed for three others. In a game many thought would be the toughest engagement to date for the undefeated fourth-ranked Trojans ended in a 62-8...
New Hampton's Keagan John finds the end zone for a 25-yard touchdown on a 4th-and-10 play early in the third quarter.
New Hampton used a late burst as the Chickasaws scored three fourth quarter touchdowns, including two on interception returns, to beat Clarion-Goldfield-Dows/CAL 35-6 Friday night.The second-ranked Chickasaws improved to 5-0 overall and 3-0 in district play with the homecoming win.After Keaton...
Although Morgen Kuennen leads the Lady Trojans in kills this season, the senior also finished with a career-high 11 digs against Central Tuesday.
    Turkey Valley’s first volleyball win of the season came against a Wisconsin school, their second was against a school from Minnesota.    Now girls, let’s work on those Iowa schools.    The Trojans ended up second in the “Silver Tournament” at Waukon last weekend while securing their first wins...
New Hampton seniors Lexi Rasmussen and Emma Nicolaisen celebrate a Chickasaw point in a five-set win over Oelwein Tuesday night.
New Hampton volleyball coach Jess Geerts loves the scrappiness of her Chickasaws.But her team’s keen sense of drama? Geerts would definitely like to see that dialed back a bit.“We do know how to make it interesting,” the New Hampton coach said after the Chickasaws beat Oelwein 24-26, 25-17, 25-19,...
Miranda Crabtree’s serving was one of the key ingredients in Nashua-Plainfield’s win over Riceville on Saturday.
Nashua-Plainfield volleyball is on the right track, it’s first year coach says, no matter what the record states.The Huskies went 1-3 last week and took a 3-10 record into Tuesday night’s home match with North Butler.“I know our record doesn’t look like it,” coach Amber Carter said, “but we are...

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