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Turkey Valley’s Elliott Dietzenbach rounds third on his way to scoring a run in a game played earlier this season.
After packing up and leaving Postville Monday — with a 9-2 lead over the Pirates in the fourth inning — Turkey Valley dodged the raindrops Tuesday long enough to travel to Oelwein. The Trojans lost 9-7 to the Huskies to bring their record to 7-11 on the season. “We played a pretty clean game,” said...
Emily Busta was one of several Turkey Valley players to shine during Wednesday’s doubleheader sweep of Postville.
Turkey Valley not only beat the rain on Wednesday night, the Trojans’ softball team did it in style as they pound out 35 hits and scored 45 runs in a doubleheader sweep of Postville. The two teams moved the start time of the doubleheader up to 4 p.m. because of the forecast, but the Trojans were...
Shown slapping a hit earlier in the season, Kallie Olson had a home run in a loss to Crestwood Monday.
What started out to be a hectic week has turned into one in which the Chickasaw girls may only play on Monday and Saturday. While the team was gathering to travel to Waverly for a doubleheader Wednesday, it was raining in Waverly and the games were first pushed back an hour, then postponed. They...
New Hampton junior Max Babcock delivers a pitch to catcher Wyatt Stochl in the first inning of the Chickasaws’ win over Crestwood on Monday.
New Hampton junior Max Babcock and Chickasaw coach Cory McDonald were on the same page when they were asked about New Hampton’s 8-3 win over Crestwood on Monday. “It was just one of those weird nights,” McDonald said after his team improved to 18-3 overall and 9-2 in Northeast Iowa Conference play...
Nashua-Plainfield centerfielder Levi Enright gets ready to make a catch on a fly ball in a game played earlier this season.
Levi Miller isn’t going to lie, he was a bundle of nerves as his Nashua-Plainfield baseball team clung to a 4-3 lead last Wednesday against Forest City. “I’d like to say I was calm and collected,” he said, “but that wouldn’t exactly be the truth. OK, that wouldn’t even be close to the truth.” But...
Nashua-Plainfield junior Meghan Wright fires a pitch to the plate in the Huskies’ 10-8 win over Denver on Saturday.
Nashua-Plainfield softball coach Hannah Holthaus put it bluntly: Her Huskies couldn’t let this one get away. After falling to Class 3A ranked New Hampton, giving up seven eighth-inning runs against Forest City and then playing poorly against Garner-Hayfield-Ventura, the Huskies had just seen...
New Hampton’s Allison Nuss is pictured with her medal she claimed for finishing in a tie for fourth place at the state golf meet.
The New Hampton girls golf team, fresh off a second straight runner-up finish at the state golf tournament, is reaping a host of postseason awards. After setting some new school records this year, Allison Nuss was named by the Des Moines Register to the All-Iowa Girls Golf team in Class 2A. She is...
Shown getting a hit the first time New Hampton and Oelwein met, Bailey Knowlton finished with two hits in Thursday's win at Oelwein.
New Hampton’s girls picked up relatively easy Northeast Iowa Conference wins last Wednesday and Thursday, but this Wednesday and Thursday will be a different story. Back-to-back wins over Decorah and Oelwein gave the Chickasaws the sweep over those schools. But this week will be especially busy and...
New Hampton’s Wyatt Stochl continues to be among the leaders in hitting for the Chickasaws as his .426 batting average trails only Noah Fye.
The seniors on the New Hampton baseball team have literally played hundreds of games since they first became teammates on a travel team back when they were elementary school students. But they have never had more fun playing the game than they did on Friday night, when they moved into the Northeast...
Turkey Valley catcher Kara Reicks has just made the tag for an out as New Hampton’s Natalie Hoey slides home during the Chickasaw march to their home tournament title Saturday.
New Hampton used three different pitchers to hold their collective opponents to a total of six runs in 21 innings of play during the Chickasaw Softball Invitational Saturday, and while a good defense went a long way toward winning their home tourney, the offense wasn’t too shabby either. The...

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