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Keagan John the runner-up at state meet

Saturday morning there were three area boys' teams in the state track meet that had entries in the sprint medley relay.

Chickasaw boys are going to state!

With a second-place finish at Friday's district meet at Dike, New Hampton's boys golf team will be advancing to the state tournament next week, for the first time since 1997.

Girls advance to regional finals Monday

At the moment, New Hampton’s girls — after running the table at the first round of regional golf and winning handily over their seven opponents — are tied for the school record of most wins in a season at 36.      The title advances the Chickasaws

New Hampton boys are conference champions

After capturing the girls Northeast Iowa Conference title last week, New Hampton became the winner of the NEIC boys championship in a meet held at the New Hampton Golf and Country Club Monday.   The Chickasaw boys scored a 309 and won by 21 stroke

Chickasaw boys win sectional

The Chickasaw boys golf team will be moving on to district action after winning their sectional Friday. New Hampton's margin of victory was 12 strokes, 316-328 over second-place Denver.

Chickasaws win third straight NEIC

Monday afternoon New Hampton's girls golf team got their three-peat as they won the Northeast Iowa Conference title by 64 strokes over second-place Decorah.   All six of the Chickasaws were all conference, led by co-medalists Ellie Ewert and

Trojan golfers on road for postseason

Turkey Valley’s boys will be up first when it comes to the postseason golf tournaments as they will make the short trip to Nashua-Plainfield for sectional action on Friday, May 12 at 10 a.m.Along with the N-P hosts, North Butler, Postville, Ricevi

Former Chickasaw hoping for one final fling on the diamond

Central College senior Noah Stochl didn’t want to go through another 2016 on the baseball field.  For a guy used to winning baseball games, last spring was one season-long nightmare.  A year ago, the Dutch went 10-30 and missed out on qualifying f

New Hampton ready for the golf postseason

New Hampton’s girls will compete in a 3A regional and the boys in a 2A sectional when the postseason golf season begins next week for the boys and the week after for the girls.  The boys have an advantage of starting their quest for a trip to the

Area athletes finally get back to the track

Members of the New Hampton and Turkey Valley track teams — save for four Chickasaw girls who competed at the Drake Relays — have experienced their sport’s version of a “timeout” lately.  Before Thursday night’s Northeast Iowa Conference track meet

Showdown victories

Playing against the 3A individual defending girls state golf champion was a daunting task Tuesday as New Hampton was winning a quadrangular against Clear Lake, Charles City and Waukon at Charles City.  Not only was Clear Lake’s Emily Snelling the

Trapshooters battle the elements on the range

The Nashua-Plainfield trapshooting team has seen many ups and downs throughout the season so far and this week was a little of both for the team.  Cold and windy conditions made shooting a real challenge this last week for all of the team.  The te

Road woes continue for Huskies

Nashua-Plainfield’s road woes continued on the golf course last week before the Huskies got a lengthy break from meets thanks to Mother Nature.  The girls had claimed three straight meet titles at home heading into last Tuesday’s triangular at Cha

Stiff competition for TV trap at Osage Saturday

The top Turkey Valley score when the Trojan trapshooters competed at Osage Saturday came from Brad Kriener with a 45, but with the type of competition on that cold, windy day, the 45 of Kriener's didn't win him any awards.

Reicks medals, but South Winn sweeps Turkey Valley

Turkey Valley had the best golfer, but South Winn's boys had more balance as Trojan golfers were hosting South Winn on an afternoon not fit to be outdoors.

Chickasaws endure miserable Drake Relays

It’s supposed to be one of the highlights of the track season, but New Hampton’s appearance in the 2017 Drake Relays was memorable for all the wrong reasons.  “It was miserable,” coach Jeanette Laures said.

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