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Trojan girls continue UIC dominance

    It wasn't as big of a comeback as a certain football team made Sunday, but when Turkey Valley erased a 21-18 Kee High halftime lead and went on to win 42-39 last Friday, it was still a very big win.

New Hampton host regional duals tonight

New Hampton may get a shot at revenge tonight at the Class 2A regional duals, thanks to the pairings put out by the Iowa High School Athletic Association.  The top-ranked Chickasaws, who are 25-2 and unbeaten against Class 2A competition this seas

Turkey Valley boys claim a UIC crown

For now, Turkey Valley's boys can enjoy the fact that they are the top team in the Upper Iowa Conference small school division.  The Trojans clinched the spot with a 57-44 win over Kee High Friday, which was followed by a Saturday 64-51 loss

Chickasaw girls clinch third

Chickasaw coach Matt Schult wasn't worried when his girls basketball team was tied 11-11 after a quarter with the league's 0-9 Decorah Vikings.  Nor was there concern when they were tied 22-22 at the half, or 35-35 after three quarters. 

Chickasaws snag pair of NEIC wins

Zach Wemark knew the question was coming and cracked a smile as he was queried about the end of his perfect run at the free-throw line.  “Yeah, I knew about it.

Tough title day

Here’s a simple math equation that may sum up just how high the expectations are for the New Hampton wrestling team:   A Class 2A sectional team title + eight district qualifiers = a somewhat disappointing day.  Yet, one of those district qualifie

TV girls go to 15-2

Turkey Valley’s girls shot at a 50 percent clip from 2-point range Monday while making up an earlier cancellation at Central of Elkader and winning 53-28.    With a flurry of early scoring, the Lady Trojans jumped out to a 21-6 lead after a quarte

Chickasaws hit a rough patch

The start wasn’t bad, but the middle was, in a word, putrid.  And it cost the New Hampton boys basketball dearly in a 75-57 loss to Crestwood that jumbled  the Northeast Iowa Conference standings once again.  “It was ugly.

Season sweeps for Trojans over Central, Postville

Leading the Upper Iowa Conference, MFL’s boys only have one league loss on the season at 11-1.

Chickasaw girls unable to dethrone league-leaders

    The first couple of minutes of the New Hampton-Crestwood girls basketball game went as planned defensively, as far as Chickasaw coach Matt Schult was concerned.     Halfway through the quarter New Hampton had a 1-0 lead, but this time it was C

Wrestlers begin trek to state Saturday

The road to Des Moines begins Saturday for area wrestlers as they hit the mats for sectional meets that will not only decide which individuals will move onto districts but what teams will keep their dual seasons alive.  Class 2A top-ranked New Ham

Huskies click, win over Indians

    A fun run usually comes during cross country meets.

Pins take Huskies higher at Top of Iowa

    Coach Al Frost’s predictions came up a little short Saturday.    “I thought our kids would finish maybe 11th, 12th in the conference,” he said after the Huskies actually were ninth at the meet among the 16 teams.

N-P girls win one of three

While team consistency is still not a strength for Nashua-Plainfield’s girls yet, there are plenty of individual accomplishments to talk about.    Like Sierra Fisher’s double-double against Osage, and another for her against Garner-Hayfield/Ventur

Trojan girls close in on UIC title

Turkey Valley started a stretch of five consecutive road games Friday, the end of which will conclude the regular season for the Trojan girls.

Chickasaws rally for road win

New Hampton boys basketball coach Chad Sweitzer knew his team was in for a challenge Friday night.  Not only were the Chickasaws playing a solid Decorah team, they were doing it 24 hours after recording their biggest victory of the season, a heart

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