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Members of the Turkey Valley football team accept the Trojans’ state playoff semifinalist trophy after the Trojans season came to an end at the UNI-Dome.
The seniors on the Turkey Valley football team entered this past season with career records of 23-6 from their freshman through junior years. However, even with this success, they had never been able to accomplish what they wanted most —  a trip to the UNI-Dome. But 2019 was a different story, as...
Members of the New Hampton volleyball team celebrate their five-set victory over Waverly-Shell Rock that gave the Chickasaws their first Northeast Iowa Conference title since 1991.
Twenty-eight years. That’s how long it had been since the New Hampton volleyball team won a Northeast Iowa Conference championship, as the last time they claimed the title was in 1991.  However, on the night of Oct. 8, 2019, the Chickasaws had an opportunity to break this skid in a contest against...
Turkey Valley’s Eli Reicks rises over a defender for a layup during a game against South Winn last season.
It didn’t come easy, especially after early season losses in Upper Iowa Conference play to North Fayette Valley and South Winneshiek, but the Turkey Valley boys basketball team bounced back and concluded the conference schedule by winning nine consecutive games to claim back-to-back UIC...
Turkey Valley’s Jalyssa Blazek nears the finish line to clinch her berth to state cross country at the Class 1A state qualifying meet held in Cedar Falls.
Although she is only a sophomore, Jalyssa Blazek is well on her way to putting together one heck of a cross country career at Turkey Valley. After a placing sixth at the Class 1A state meet located in Fort Dodge as a freshman in 2018, she improved to finish third this past year and dropped her time...
Turkey Valley’s Ali Hoffert accounted for 17 points, seven rebounds and five steals in the Trojans’ victory against South Winneshiek.
In their lone contest before Christmas break last week, the Turkey Valley girls basketball team hammered South Winneshiek 61–17 on Friday. The Trojans led after one quarter of play 15-6 before shutting out the Warriors in the second period to take a 35-6 edge into the halftime break. TV extended...
New Hampton sophomore Mason Lane puts up a “floater” during Tuesday night’s game against Waverly-Shell Rock.
After picking up their first victory of the season over Columbus Catholic two weeks ago, the New Hampton basketball team was hoping that this win would be a turning point in the season and more success would follow. However, they were unable to add another victory this week, falling in Northeast...
Eli Reicks, shown here during a game played against Central Elkader, led the Turkey Valley boys basketball team with 11 points in a win over South Winneshiek Friday.
The Turkey Valley boys basketball team entered this year with their mind set on winning their third consecutive Upper Iowa Conference championship.  However, after a loss to MFL MarMac two weeks ago, they needed a victory over South Winneshiek - who entered the game with a 5-0 record in conference...
New Hampton/Turkey Valley senior Connor Gorman works for an escape during a dual meet against Crestwood.
New Hampton/Turkey Valley isn’t used to going 2-4 at the Battle of the Waterloo, but coach Matt Paulus has no qualms about the way his team wrestled this past weekend at one of the best dual tournaments in Iowa. Coming off three blowout wins earlier in the week, New Hampton/Turkey Valley went 1-2...
New Hampton’s Emma Reicherts dives for a loose ball during the Chickasaws’ game against Northeast Iowa Conference foe Waverly-Shell Rock last Tuesday evening.
The final score was ugly, yet last Tuesday’s girls basketball game between New Hampton and Waverly-Shell Rock told Chickasaw coach Chad Pemble something — namely that his players have plenty of heart. And they showed that heart on Friday as New Hampton spotted Decorah an early eight-point lead...
New Hampton’s Sydney Wegner spots up for a shot in a game played last week.
The Border Battle wasn’t kind to New Hampton this past Saturday as both the Chickasaws’ boys and girls basketball teams dropped games to Minnesota schools. Not that they didn’t go down without a fight. St. Charles needed two overtimes to tame the Chickasaw girls, 58-55, who fell to 2-4, while the...

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