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Turkey Valley boys have 25 athletes on this year’s roster

With no seniors on the roster last year, Turkey Valley’s boys track team didn’t lose any talent to graduation, but they do have a ton of it coming back.    In his 19th season, coach Mark Scott will be able to work with 16 returning lettermen, incl

New Hampton boys will have to experiment a bit

For the first time in years, the New Hampton boys track team does not have an athlete returning with state meet experience.  The Chickasaws are also not the deepest team around, either, as coach Scott Frerichs' roster contains just 20 student

Experience galore

They aren’t “loud” leaders by any stretch of the imagination, but they are leaders nonetheless.  And for that, New Hampton girls track coach Jeanette Laures is grateful.  “We have a lot of girls who aren’t going to get in your face,” Laures said,

Trojans run at UIC Indoor

Forget the places in the team standings, the Turkey Valley track teams showed plenty of potential at the Upper Iowa Conference Indoor Championships.The Trojan boys finished fifth while the girls took sixth at the meet held on Monday at Luther Coll

No wins but girls find NEIC success

Although wins were tough to come by for the New Hampton girls track team Tuesday at the Northeast Iowa Conference Indoor, coach Jeanette Laures found plenty of positives.  “Overall, I thought the meet went pretty well,” Laures said.

Hitting the track

All in all, it wasn’t a bad start at all for the New Hampton boys track team.  Running in its first and only indoor meet of the season Tuesday night, the Chickasaws put together several solid performances at the Northeast Iowa Conference Indoor. 

Former Chickasaw presented Character Counts! award during girls state tourney

    A member of the New Hampton state champion cross country teams of 1981 and ‘82, Sandy [Havlik] Sabelka has been coaching the same sport at Denver for 14 seasons, where the former Chickasaw has met with much success both off and on the course. 

Hopp ends collegiate career as all-American

One goal — becoming an all-American — was already accomplished, but as Upper Iowa’s Logan Hopp took to the mat one final time Saturday, he wasn’t satisfied.  “I wanted to go out on a high note,” the former New Hampton High School star said.

Chickasaws are shy on selections

Chad Sweitzer chose his words carefully, but it didn’t take long to realize that the New Hampton boys basketball coach wasn’t thrilled with this year’s all-Northeast Iowa Conference teams.  “It’s nice to have three guys honored,” he said, “but ...

Chickasaw signs to play golf at UNI

Carter Stochl likes the challenges ahead of him both on and off the golf course, and it’s why he’s heading to the University of Northern Iowa next year.  On the golf course, the New Hampton senior will get a chance to play Division I golf.

One final scrap

They’ve been down this road before, but make no mistake about it, there’s a sense of urgency for Jordan Roths and Logan Hopp.  The two 2012 New Hampton High School graduates are embarking on their last great journey this weekend as the two Upper I

Four Chickasaw girls honored on all-NEIC squads

Three of the four New Hampton girls that were selected to the 2016-17 Northeast Iowa Conference teams will graduate this spring, but that doesn’t include the lone Chickasaw first team selection.  Isabel Leichtman is just a junior and earned first

Dazzling era ends as Trojans take second at state

 Turkey Valley’s remarkable run at the Class 1A state girls basketball tournament ended Friday night with a second straight second-place finish.Top-ranked Springville held off a furious rally from the second-ranked Trojans for a 45-36 victory to c

Trojans heading back to title game

Turkey Valley pulled off another comeback, and the result is the Trojans are returning to the Class 1A state girls basketball tournament title game.Down seven at halftime to Exira/Elk Horn-Kimballton, Turkey Valley rallied for a 48-46 overtime win

Remarkable rally lifts Turkey Valley girls at state

Turkey Valley rallied from a nine-point fourth quarter deficit and ended the game on an 8-0 run to beat previously unbeaten Janesville 60-58 in the first round of the Class 1A girls basketball state tournament Monday afternoon.The Trojans improved

Back to state!

Going to the state tourney for the first time in school history was a great accomplishment for Turkey Valley’s girls last year, but going back for the second straight year may even be better.      After the regional final 47-33 win over AGWSR Mond

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