Turkey Valley basketball

Turkey Valley girls pose for a photo before taking to the floor at the girls state basketball tournament Monday morning.
Turkey Valley rallied from a nine-point fourth quarter deficit and ended the game on an 8-0 run to beat previously unbeaten Janesville 60-58 in the first round of the Class 1A girls basketball state tournament Monday afternoon.The Trojans improved to 22-3 and will play Exira/Elk Horn-Kimballton in...
Members of Turkey Valley’s girls basketball team proudly hold their state qualifying banner after they defeated AGWSR in the regional final, 47-33.
Going to the state tourney for the first time in school history was a great accomplishment for Turkey Valley’s girls last year, but going back for the second straight year may even be better.      After the regional final 47-33 win over AGWSR Monday night, Shelby Reicks, bruised and clutching an...
It looks like a bit of an impossible dream, but Evan Drilling did score this basket against Clayton Ridge’s Robby Sweers Tuesday in the season-ending loss.
This loss may have hit Jaden Bruess harder than the rest of his teammates. The senior has cut time spent in other sports to improve his basketball skills.      Turkey Valley’s season ended with a 48-41 loss to Clayton Ridge Tuesday night, keeping the Trojans from a district championship game...
Turkey Valley seniors (from left) Morgen Kuennen, Shelby Reicks and Sadie Nymeyer embrace after they helped the Trojans earn their second straight trip to the Class 1A girls basketball state tournament with a win over AGWSR in the regional final on Monday night.
Turkey Valley High School will hold a community pep rally at 12:30 p.m. on Sunday in the high school gym to send off its Trojans to the Class 1A state basketball tournament.  There will also be no school on Monday, the day the Trojans play Janesville in its first state tournament game.  A fan bus...
Turkey Valley's girls collect the state tourney banner Monday night.
They made history last year as the first Turkey Valley girls basketball team to advance to the state tourney, now they're going back. With a 47-33 win over AGWSR Monday night, Turkey Valley will advance to play in Des Moines next Monday at the Wells Fargo Arena, where they finished second a year...
The last time Turkey Valley and Kee High played, freshman Ethan Leibold scored 12 points. So even though the Trojans won by 13 in that Feb. 3 contest, with Leibold out with a case of the flu in their opening round of district action against  Kee Thursday, coach Chris Sullivan knew it would be hard...
With seven seconds off the game clock, Shelby Reicks already has a steal and is going for the first points of the game as Turkey Valley defeats West Hancock Friday.
After defeating West Hancock Friday night, Turkey Valley's girls will play AGWSR Monday at Clarksville to try and earn their second straight trip to the state tourney.  The 11th-ranked Eagles came into the game with a 19-3 record, but fell behind early against the Lady Trojans. By the half Turkey...
Sometimes it pays to be outside the circle as Turkey Valley’s Kassidy Reicks proves by picking up a loose ball that was pushed out of a ‘scrum’ during Tuesday night’s game.
Probably the majority of the people in the Turkey Valley gym Tuesday night agreed with Lydia Schuchhardt, who thought the 60-49 Lady Trojan regional win was a little closer than expected.  After all, Turkey Valley, with their 18-2 record, was playing a Mason City Newman team that went 11-11 during...
Turkey Valley’s Kyle Langreck pulls down a rebound during the second half of the loss to South Winn.
The prospects of a season sweep for the Turkey Valley boys over South Winn looked so good on so many occasions late in the game between the large division Warriors and the small division Trojans Tuesday.    But each time the TV boys found some momentum, the Warriors had an answer. It took a double...
Emily Busta eyes the 3-point basket, she scored four of them in Turkey Valley’s 52-28 win over the Warriors Tuesday.
    Turkey Valley’s girls utilized a knee brace, crutches and ice at South Winn Tuesday. And still beat the Warriors 52-28 to go undefeated in the Upper Iowa Conference for the third straight year.    The knee brace belonged to Emily Busta. The junior injured her left knee during her freshman year...

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