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Savannah Anderson had two hits and pitched a two-hitter for New Hampton on Friday.
   When the regional softball pairings were released a couple of weeks ago, New Hampton's second round opponent — should they get by their first round opponent, Waukon — was going to be Beckman.   But when it was discovered right after the pairings came out that the Dyersville school was actually a...
She’s been solid for Turkey Valley’s defense this year, but Shayla Kuennen shined at the plate against Riceville, going 4-for-4 with a double.
  It may have taken 28 games to get it done, but Turkey Valley’s girls persevered to win their first game of the season when they played at Riceville Tuesday.    The 9-8 Turkey Valley victory snapped a three-game winning streak by the Wildcats, who were 6-19 coming into the game.    Although they’...
New Hampton second baseman Keegan Tenge flips to shortstop Carter Stochl to start a game-ending double play in the Chickasaws 4-0 win over Charles City on Friday.
Make it three in a row for the New Hampton baseball team. The Chickasaws swept Charles City on Friday night and two Waverly-Shell Rock losses — 2-1 in 10 innings and 4-2 — to Decorah clinched the outright title for New Hampton for a third straight season. New Hampton's 5-0 and 9-2 wins over the...
The five Chickasaw seniors and their parents are recognized in between doubleheader wins over Waukon Tuesday.
   New Hampton needed all the talent it could muster while playing Waukon in the first game of a doubleheader at Mikkelson Park Tuesday. Although the Chickasaws pulled out an 8-7 win, it came down to the wire.   Each of the five seniors on the team saw action in the game — and in the 10-0 second-...
The contributions by Cale Reicks to Turkey Valley’s game one win over Starmont Monday were numerous as the junior pitched four innings and, while at the plate, singled, doubled and homered.
   In terms of wins and losses, the Turkey Valley and Starmont records were pretty similar before the baseball teams met in a doubleheader at Starmont Monday.    And they’re still that way. Each team earned a victory as the TV boys started with a 10-7 game one win and the Stars took the nitecap, 7-...
New Hampton centerfielder Zach Wemark tracks down a line drive as leftfielder Mason Cleveland dives for the ball just in case his outfield mate can’t come up with the catch in the second game of a doubleheader with Waverly-Shell Rock on Tuesday night.
  Ryan Gorman, Keegan Tenge and the rest of their New Hampton baseball team watched Waverly-Shell Rock erupt from its dugout and celebrate Tuesday night as if the Go-Hawks had won the World Series.  And they didn’t like it one bit.  “It was kind of weird to see that,” Gorman said, “and it was like...
Nashua-Plainfield’s Levi Enright delivers a pitch during a game against Northwood-Kensett played earlier this season.
It’s not like Levi Miller didn’t come into the baseball season with his eyes wide open; after all, injuries and other issues left the Nashua-Plainfield baseball team playing with less than a full deck.So while the second-year coach despises being 0-15, he hasn’t come close to giving up on his team...
Nashua-Plainfield pitcher Toyia Griffin delivers a pitch during a game played against Northwood-Kensett earlier this season.
The softball postseason begins on Monday, and the timing couldn’t be better for Nashua-Plainfield softball team.After all, the old axiom that all teams are 0-0 when the playoffs start has to be a good thing because it’s been a rough regular season for coach Dani DeMuth’s Huskies.Nashua-Plainfield...
Leading the Trojans at the plate this year is Cody Hackman, shown racing home on a Trojan hit earlier this season.
After losing a 4-1 contest at Kee High Friday, Turkey Valley's boys snapped an 11-game winning streak by the Kee Hawks when they bounced back in game two, soundly whipping their guests 10-0 and handing them their first conference loss of the season.    Kee High was defeated twice by Decorah to...
Ryan Gorman heads to the plate while Cadets’ catcher Jon Henry leaps to catch the ball. Gorman just barely scored New Hampton’s first run in what turned out to be a 5-3 Chickasaw win.
Maybe a picture is worth a 1,000 words; after all, the snapshot that could have been taken after New Hampton beat Crestwood 5-3 Friday night spoke volumes.Yes, the Chickasaws won their 13th straight game. Yes, New Hampton improved to 22-1. And yes, the Chickasaws remained perfect — 12-0 — in the...

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