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Night of Conflict well worth it to Chickasaws

On the mat, one won and one lost, but the reality for two New Hampton wrestlers is this: They both won at the Night of Conflict last week.   Just the fact that Noah Fye and Michael Millage had a chance to compete at the prestigious dual meet made

Huskies shine at Top of Iowa

Faith Carpenter’s freshman season, so far, couldn’t have been scripted any better.   Emma Sinnwell’s junior year on the other hand has, at times at least, deviated from the plan.   But it all came together last Thursday for both Nashua-Plainfield

TV against Trip, again

    When the Turkey Valley volleyball season ends, most of the Trojan athletes will turn to basketball.

Moving on

When Kaelyn Ambrose said she thought the best part of Crestwood’s game was their blocking, she didn’t have a computer in front of her, she just knew from hand-to-hand combat against the Cadets.    “They have this girl, she’s a freshman and she did

‘Sticking together’ helps Chickasaws exceed their expectations

Scott Frerichs gathered his team together on the football field in Garner, smiled and asked his seniors to think back to the trip they took to a water park this summer.  “Would you have taken 7-1?”  And to a man, the seniors smiled, for in a seaso

Trojans looking for consistency

Turkey Valley's Tammy Vrzak would probably like to find a happy medium.

South Winneshiek sweeps UIC cross country titles

    Jordon Snyder’s goals weren’t set quite high enough at the start of the cross country season.He thought he could get fifth in the Upper Iowa Conference boys race, but he was the runner-up in last Thursday’s meet.    Now his goals are lofty, bu

Chickasaws take third at the NEIC

New Hampton was seeded fourth and finished third at the Northeast Iowa Volleyball Tournament Saturday, avenging one loss from earlier in the season but also losing to a team they'd beaten before.  Charles City was undefeated on the day and Wa

Trojans roll past Clarksville to clinch district title

Just about everything that could go wrong for Clarksville Friday, did.

Geerts will wrestle for Panthers

Keaton Geerts thought long and hard about just waiting to make his college choice after the high school wrestling season ended.  But in the end, his heart was set on the University of Northern Iowa, and with the choice out of the way, the New Hamp

Lady Trojan volleyball goes 1-1 against latest UIC opponents

    Turkey Valley's last two matches have been against teams toward the opposite ends of the Upper Iowa Conference spectrum.

Chickasaws clinch playoff berth

Down 9-0 heading into the fourth quarter, New Hampton's football season was teetering on the brink Friday night.But the Chickasaws rallied for 15 final frame points on their way to a 15-9 victory over Garner-Hayfield-Ventura in a Class 2A, Di

Chickasaws compete at NEIC meet

    No matter what, coach Jamie Quass always finds positive things to say about her runners.    So even though the Chickasaws trailed the field of six in the Northeast Iowa Conference on both the boys and the girls side, the coach had nice things

Seniors in the spotlight

During a sports season there’s always ups and downs. But senior night usually takes the emotions to a new level.    Kayla Gilbert was feeling it after the Chickasaws lost in straight sets to Charles City Tuesday night.

Wins tough to come by for Huskies

The Nashua-Plainfield volleyball team finally got back onto the court last week, and although wins were hard to come by, the Huskies definitely showed some potential.  Because of the flooding that hit the Nashua area last week, the Huskies hadn’t

Tired Huskies struggle against Grundy Center

The hectic schedule — not to mention a pretty talented Grundy Center football team — finally caught up to Nashua-Plainfield.  Playing their third game in a week, the Huskies never found their footing last Friday and suffered a 54-0 road loss.  “We

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