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TV girls record pair of wins

Turkey Valley recorded consecutive wins earlier this season, but this week marked the first time the Trojan volleyball program has two straight wins over different opponents.

Chickasaws come on strong for homecoming victory

Forget the 0-4 beginning to the season, or even the rather pedestrian start to Friday’s game, New Hampton’s football team will be playing for the Class 2A, District 3 lead next week.The Chickasaws, down 7-6 at halftime, played arguably its best ha

Chickasaws and Trojans finally get chance to run

Ask New Hampton cross country coach Jamie Ohrt and her Turkey Valley counterpart, Sarah Bakula, about settling into a routine this season, and they both pretty much have the same answer.
What routine?

Sweeping on Senior Night

After Charlie and Tate Geerts had balloons tied around their wrists and ran around the gym floor to show them off, their mother talked about her “other” family. 

Huskies hanging in there despite another shutout loss

The Nashua-Plainfield football team is in desperate need of some good news, and it might finally get some this Friday.

N-P continues to pick up experience

Nashua-Plainfield’s volleyball team — especially its freshmen — continued to make solid strides last week as the Huskies battled Top of Iowa Conference rival North Butler before falling in four sets and went 1-2 at the Dunkerton Invitational on Sa

Victories may not come, but Trojans show improvement

Isn’t there a saying that attitude is everything?
Then the Turkey Valley girls should continue to grow as a team, even though they struggled at the Waukon tourney last Saturday.

And then there were five

After winning their first set against Decorah by a 25-9 score Tuesday, the Chickasaw girls were up 17-4 in the second set.

Mistakes cost Huskies in homecoming defeat

Injuries plus sickness plus too many mistakes is not a good football equation, and it all adds up to an 0-4 start for Nashua-Plainfield.

A weekend of firsts

Nashua-Plainfield got so many things out of its home tournament Saturday that coach Amber McCall didn’t know where to begin.

It’s too little, too late for Trojan girls

Turkey Valley started their rally against South Winn a little too late Thursday.
After dropping 25-13 and 25-12 sets, the Trojans were breathing down the necks of the Warriors in the third set, but also lost that one, 25-22.

Chickasaws break into state volleyball rankings

Sooner or later, the folks at the Iowa Girls High School Athletic Union had to take notice of the New Hampton volleyball team; after all, the Chickasaws are 17-0, have claimed two tournament titles and won 40 of the 44 sets they have played.

Trojans post district victory

as soaked with sweat after Turkey Valley’s 54-7 win over Springville Friday night, he said the heat — the temperature was around 80 at the start of the game, and of course, there’s the humidity — didn’t bother him.

Taking one giant step

The New Hampton football team gathered around their coach Friday night, and the disappointment was palatable.

Trojans run well but hoping for better health

While Turkey Valley’s cross country team sent one more runner onto the course when the Trojans competed at Starmont Tuesday, some of the athletes were running at less-than-optimal health.

New Hampton takes long run

The good news is the folks who run the Osage Invitational cross country meet removed the most dangerous part of the course — a rocky hill that had “ankle sprain” written all over it.

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