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NH/TV picks up valuable experience

Don’t let the 14th-place finish in the team standings fool you; New Hampton/Turkey Valley coach Nick Hemann got what he wanted out of Independence’s Cliff Keen Invitational this weekend.

Top-notch competition

There isn’t a loss between the two teams New Hampton played over the weekend as the Chickasaws lost to seventh-ranked Waukon on Friday and Jesup Saturday, a team that went to 4-0 with its win over the NH girls in the UIU Holiday Showdown at the Up

Trojans split with North Fayette Valley

Take the Turkey Valley girls basketball game against North Fayette Valley, reverse it, and you have the Trojan boys game against the TigerHawks.

Finding a way to win

Mason Cleveland knows rankings don’t mean a whole lot, but still, the New Hampton/Turkey Valley senior wasn’t exactly happy when the Predicament unveiled their rankings on Monday morning.

Chickasaw girls roll in opener

It may seem a bit strange when one considers the final score of Monday night’s game between Turkey Valley and New Hampton, but both coaches got what they wanted in their season openers.

Five on NEIC’s dream teams

After a season in which New Hampton volleyball was the talk of the town and advanced to the state tournament for the first time in 45 years, five Chickasaws were selected to the Northeast Iowa Conference honor teams.

Dozen Huskies honored in district

A dozen Nashua-Plainfield football players received postseason honors from the Class A, District 4 coaches after a season in which the Huskies went 2-7 overall and 2-4 in district play.

Nine named to all-district first team

Forget that 3-6 record, as far as New Hampton football coach Scott Frerichs is concerned, the nine players who earned all-Class 2A, District 3 first-team honors are absolutely deserving of their awards.

New Hampton defeated by No. 2 seed

A spectacular season came to an end Wednesday as the Chickasaw volleyball team lost a four-set match to Tipton at the state volleyball tournament.

1973 volleyball team paved the way for today's Chickasaws

Geri Wisner and Carol Cordes admit the details are a little fuzzy, but one thing remains crystal clear for both women when it comes to New Hampton’s first-ever state volleyball team.“It was very exciting,” said Wisner, who back in the fall of 1973

It might be bit dysfunctional, but cast makes up a family

When it comes right down to it, maybe the best way to describe the cast of the fall play is it’s a family.“Maybe a dysfunctional one, but yes, we are a family,” Director Maggie Konecne said.

Turkey Valley's Blazek takes sixth at state cross country

Turkey Valley’s Jalyssa Blazek capped a standout freshman cross country season Saturday as she ran to a sixth-place finish at the Class 1A state meet.Blaek finished the race in 19:59.3 to earn a medal in her first-ever state meet, while teammate J

Camanche to provide stern test in Class 3A regional final

New Hampton’s been here — a regional final — before, and the Chickasaws believe the experience gained a year ago in a 3-1 loss to Waterloo Columbus can pay dividends Monday night.

A wild thrill ride

There was a touchdown roughly every 2.8 minutes when Turkey Valley and Rockford battled in the first round of the state playoffs Friday.

Despite ‘moments,’ Turkey Valley sees season end at Tripoli

Karissa Schmidt headed off the volleyball floor for the last time of her volleyball career Monday,  and while the Trojans ended the season with a 3-0 loss to Tripoli, Schmidt was proud — really proud actually — of her teammates.

N-P gets defensive to pull out victory

On a night in which the Nashua-Plainfield defense shone brightly, it was probably fitting that it was the defense that provided the points that gave the Huskies their first win — at least on the field — of the season.

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