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.
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
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
As Jennifer Kalainoff watched her runners cross the finish line last Thursday night, the Nashua-Plainfield coach admitted she felt a twinge of disappointment. The places were fine at the annual New Hampton Invitational, but the times seemed off.
Scott Kime would probably say that the waning moments of the first half of Turkey Valley's 52-27 win over Northwood-Kensett were more enjoyable than the early going. After the Trojans capped their first possession on a 34-yard Wyatt Blazek t
The boxscore — at least on the offensive side — from Friday night may not contain the names of Kam Pfaffle, Noah Hopp, Tyler Rentschler, Noah Fenske, Dillon Roberson and Trevor Svec.But make no mistake about it, the big boys in the trenches had pl
After a quarter the score was tied 8-8, but in the second quarter of a District 2 match-up between Turkey Valley and Northwood-Kensett, the Trojans pulled ahead on two long scoring plays. Cody Hackman ran in a touchdown from 50 yards out and then
The South Winn cross country team needs to look no further than their own back yard for some of the best competition in the state; Decorah won both the boys and girls team standings in the South Winn Invitational held Tuesday. While South Winn
Keaton Geerts scored three touchdowns and Josh Fenske added two as New Hampton rebounded in a big way Friday night with a 50-14 victory over Osage.The win improved the Chickasaws to 6-1 overall and 4-1 in Class 2A, District 2 and came a week after
Crunch time is rapidly approaching for the Nashua-Plainfield cross country team, and the way the somewhat limited Huskies ran last week, coach Jennifer Kalainoff believes her team is ready for the postseason. Nashua-Plainfield ran without three s
Soreness never felt so good for Nashua-Plainfield football player Nathan Dettmer and his teammates. “I’m moving a little slow today,” Dettmer said Tuesday afternoon, “but beating North Butler, trust me, it’s worth it.” Three days after sufferin