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After missing his first attempt, Kyle Langreck makes this 5’ high jump and would go on to clear 5-2 as well to place second at Nashua-Plainfield Tuesday.
Only two races into Tuesday’s meet at Nashua-Plainfield and Mark Scott was enjoying the day so much more than the night before.  “Last night was cold, wet and it took forever,” said the Turkey Valley coach. “This meet is already running better.”  Computer glitches in the automatic timing system...
The birdies cost Eric Olson some money, but then again, he wasn’t complaining Tuesday night as his team departed Willow Run Country Club in Denver.  The Chickasaws made a spirited run at a school record round, missing the mark set in 2015 by one stroke on their way to a 177-217 victory over the...
Kaylee Eick ran on the Nashua-Plainfield 4x800 team that won its race at Osage and finished a strong third at Hampton last week.
So far, so good for the Nashua girls track team.  But after a solid week — especially with a strong third-place finish at the Osage Coed Invitational last week — Nashua-Plainfield coach Kristi Hannemann wants to see her team take the next step.  “It's time to start working on the finer aspects of...
Nashua-Plainfield freshman Evan Kalainoff anchored the Huskies’ to a sprint medley relay title at the Osage Coed last week.
Maybe last week’s Pirate Relays was just what the proverbial doctor ordered for the Nashua-Plainfield boys track team.  Two days after finishing a solid fourth at the Osage Coed, Nashua-Plainfield had to settle for a 12th-place finish Thursday night at one of the larger regular seasons meets around...
Nashua-Plainfield’s Miranda Crabtree watches her putt from the edge of the green during a quadrangular held at Tripoli on Monday afternoon.
It wasn’t exactly the way the Nashua-Plainfield golf teams wanted to start the season, but then again, Nashua-Plainfield coach Jeff Trost is going to chalk it up as a learning experience.  “We have some learning curves to navigate,” Trost said after his teams opened the season with a home...
Turkey Valley's golfers got the season underway like most area teams — with little time spent on an actual course.  The girls dropped a handful of strokes from their opening meet at West Central Thursday to their second meet the next night against Starmont, but the boys cut 44 shots from meet No. 1...
    Nearly every one of the 11 schools at the Postville boys track meet last Thursday was larger than Turkey Valley. Only West Central and Kee High are smaller.    That didn't stop the Trojans from winning the meet, by 19 points over runner-up Waukon.    A third scoring threat for Turkey Valley...
Carter Reicks focuses on his shot as he takes part in Turkey Valley’s trapshooting season opener Thursday at the Fredericksburg Sportsmen’s Club.
When Turkey Valley's trapshooters opened their season at Boyd Thursday, they were not only taking on Waverly-Shell Rock, but a New Hampton team that was competing in their third meet of the season.  Although the Chickasaws swept the top squad honors and the top spots on the boys side, Emily Luzum...
A golf team would be hard-pressed to find better balance than New Hampton's girls had on Friday, where three girls tied for medalist honors.  Despite some impediments, the Chickasaws finished with a 190, which tied their best nine-hole effort last year and easily beat Charles City's 254.  "We...
Maddi Moorman and Kallie Olson made up half of a 4x800 team that posted a time of six seconds faster than any 4x800 in 2016.
This may sound weird, but it’s true: New Hampton’s girls track team was much more impressive finishing second by 75 points Friday than it was winning by 80 last Tuesday.  Sure, Decorah dominated the team race at its own invitational Friday as the Vikings piled up 176 points to the runner-up...

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