Turkey Valley girls basketball

Jaycie Byrne was honored by Upper Iowa Conference coaches by being named to the  all-conference first team.
After a season in which it finished third place in the Upper Iowa Conference with a record of 12-4, the Turkey Valley girls basketball team had six players, the most in the conference, honored as all-UIC players. Of these six, two landed on the first team - juniors Ali Hoffert and Jaycie Byrne....
Ali Hoffert puts in two of her season-high 26 points during the Trojans’ regional win over Kee.
With 12.3 seconds left in Turkey Valley’s regional contest against Kee last Tuesday, the Trojans’ Jalyssa Blazek was at the free throw line and the TV girls owned a slim 54-52 lead. Blazek missed the first free throw and got ready for the second. “I tried not to pressure myself, I told myself it...
Even though Breanna Busta can’t see her coach, she knows exactly what Carla Nymeyer is imploring her team to do, get the arms up while on defense during Friday night’s regional game against Central Elkader.
It was a fourth quarter that the Turkey Valley girls basketball team wishes they could have back. After leading for nearly the entire contest, the Trojans were outscored in the final period 17-7 on their way to being topped by Central Elkader in the Class 1A regional semifinals 43-36 on Friday...
Turkey Valley’s Jordan Lukes applies full-court pressure defense in the Trojans’ Class 1A regional victory over Starmont on Thursday.
Turkey Valley’s girls weren’t happy about a loss to Kee High in early February, and with a 66-22 win over Starmont in the first round of regional action, they’ll be able to do something about it tonight (Tuesday). That’s when the Trojans make a trek to Waukon to break a 1-1 tie in games played...
Turkey Valley's bench reacts to a basket late in the game against Kee Tuesday.
In a game that was determined in the final seconds, Turkey Valley defeated Kee High 55-52 Tuesday night to advance to the regional semifinal round of the girls basketball playoffs. The game was close throughout, as Kee led 10-9 after a quarter and Turkey Valley was up at the half 30-29. Even though...
Turkey Valley’s Jalyssa Blazek puts in a layup on a fast break during the Trojans’ 54-13 win over South Winn.
With postseason play beginning this week, the Turkey Valley girls basketball team wanted to end the regular season strong last week before heading into regional play. And while there was some good, there was also some bad for the Trojans in the three Upper Iowa Conference affairs they competed in....
Turkey Valley senior Jordan Lukes scored 10 first-half points as the Trojan girls were defeating Riceville Saturday.
Turkey Valley fans knew the very small losing streak by their girls’ team wasn’t going to last long.  After losses to MFL and Central two weeks ago, the TV girls put a pair of wins back on the board over the weekend, one a 60-21 victory over Postville and the other a 57-41 win over non-conference...
Breanna Busta, left, and Katlyn Baumler make it tough for MFL’s Jordan Schubert to get a pass off.
The chances of winning an outright conference title just got a little slimmer Friday for both the Turkey Valley girls and boys as each team dropped games to MFL at the Trojan gym; the boys lost 59-55 and the girls were defeated 52-36. Not that either of the Trojan teams are out of the running. The...
Jaycie Byrne might get an arm in the face, but that won’t stop her from driving to the basket, which she did against MFL Friday. Byrne scored 10 points with four steals against Central Tuesday.
After the Turkey Valley girls basketball team defeated Central Elkader earlier this year 56-37, the Warriors were out for revenge on Tuesday night when they faced the Trojans the second time around.  Although Turkey Valley was able to keep the game close throughout, their offense was never able to...
Turkey Valley’s Kannon Leuenberger blows past his defender during a varsity doubleheader against North Fayette Valley earlier this month.
Although they were playing against a West Central team who had won just two games entering play, the Turkey Valley boys basketball team was all business on Tuesday night. The Trojans jumped out to a 30-2 lead in the blink of an eye against the Blue Devils. This excellent start allowed them to...

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