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Huskies loss is a painful affair

Losing Friday night was tough enough on Nashua-Plainfield coach Chase Sudol and his Huskies.But the injury report following the Huskies’ 22-7 loss to Hudson may have been worse.Already playing without center Tanner Haut, the Huskies’ lost two more

Huskies bounce back with win over Newman

There’s a fine line when it comes to volleyball serving.Be too conservative and an opponent has an easy time setting up its offense; be too aggressive and an opponent can pick up an easy point with a service error.Nashua-Plainfield found the perfe

Off and running!

If there was a surprise last Thursday night for the Nashua-Plainfield cross country team, it was provided by Mother Nature.“It was actually nice out,” coach Jennifer Kalainoff said with a laugh, “and it’s always like 100 degrees there or we don’t

Trojan runners have solid meet for South Winn

South Winn didn't run at the Charles City cross country meet last year.

Trojans rush past West Central

    With a rushing night of 152 yards on 14 carries Friday, Wyatt Blazek is currently the leading rusher in the 8-man district Turkey Valley participates in.    He didn’t do his scoring average any harm either — he is second to AGWSR’s Nathan Kars

‘Proud second’ for Chickasaws

It took the second-ranked Sumner-Fredericksburg volleyball team to knock the Chickasaws off their winning track Saturday.

Chickasaws rally to beat Waukon in ranked battle

The game lived up to its hype and then some, but when it was over Friday night, Class 2A fifth-ranked New Hampton had a 21-20 win over sixth-ranked Waukon.It may have been an early September, non-district game, but save for the temperature, it fel

Chickasaws set to host volleyball invitational Saturday

The annual New Hampton Invitational volleyball tournament will be held on Saturday, and once again, the field looks loaded.Pool play in the eight-team tournament begins at 9 a.m., and the top two teams in each pool will advance to the semifinal ro

Ranked battle on tap tonight for Chickasaws

It may be just a non-district game tonight [Friday], when New Hampton travels to Waukon, but it definitely has a “big-game” feel about it.In the first Associated Press Class 2A poll of the season that was released Monday afternoon, New Hampton was

Competition within the ranks

    Working long hours at her job over the summer, Hannah Heit didn't have a great deal of time to train for the 2016 cross country season.    That wasn't at all obvious Tuesday.    Heit led the Chickasaw girls in the varsity race at Mas

N-P goes distance for first court win

It’s probably a good thing Amber Carter is only 20 years old; otherwise, she might have had to worry about adding a few gray hairs last Thursday.That was the night her Nashua-Plainfield volleyball team gave the state’s youngest coach her first car

Total team victory

Nowhere on the offensive stats do the names Keegan Crawford, Tanner Haut, Nathan Dettmer, Wiley Jennison and Evan Kalainoff appear.But trust us, those Nashua-Plainfield offensive lineman played a huge role in the Huskies’ 41-14 season-opening win

Touchdown Club returns this year but prizes switch from blankets to jackets

Not only does it benefit Chickasaw athletics, it's fun to play. There are still some good yardlines left for the Touchdown Club fundraiser, and the prize this year is a Chickasaw pullover similar to the one in the photo above.

Chickasaws fall in home opener

Fresh off a five-set win over Ames, in which the final three sets were decided by three points or less, Class 4A Mason City had dealt with some pressure when they came into New Hampton Thursday.The Chickasaws, on the other hand, won their first ma

Trojans’ offense lights up opener

    It was fun to watch just how fast Turkey Valley covered turf in their 8-man season opener Friday.    Although the first quarter ended with just a four-point Trojan lead, 12-8 over Kee High, Turkey Valley blew the game open with a 40-point seco

Chickasaws open with resounding win

Carter Stochl threw two touchdown passes and New Hampton had five different players find the end zone as the Chickasaws rolled to a 35-12 win over Charles City on opening night of “Friday Night Football.”A Stochl-to-Ryan Gorman 43-yard pass on New

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