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N-P runners show their potential at Dunkerton meet

    The Nashua-Plainfield girls cross country team made a statement last week — running well at a meet in Waverly and then beating a ranked team on its way to a second-place finish at the Dunkerton Invitational.    Hey, and the boys had themselves

Trojans put up big numbers in district win over North Iowa

    Turkey Valley fans have grown accustomed to the big plays the Trojans have scored on in the past years, and those exciting moments continue during the 2017 season.    At least three of them came Friday night in the 64-8 win over North Iowa, wh

Trojans still searching for first win of season

    Anyone who thinks Turkey Valley's volleyball girls aren't giving a full effort just needed to look at  Ashton Kout's leg during a 3-0 loss to North Fayette Valley Thursday.    Earlier in the week, during a practice, the senior r

Chickasaws roll to Crestwood volleyball crown

    It was a guessing game Saturday for New Hampton’s opponents at the Crestwood Invitational.    And they guessed wrong as the Chickasaws used a balance hitting attack to run past six opponents and claim the tournament title.    “Well, for us, it

Tackling the hills

    It's quite a sight on a sunny morning to watch hundreds of runners start a race.    “I think it's beautiful,” said New Hampton cross country coach Jamie Quass Ohrt after the Luther All-American Invitational Saturday competed with 28

NH girls take ranked Comets to five sets

    Now that Maddi Moorman is back in the New Hampton volleyball line-up, Lauren Frerichs is out.    One of these days, hopefully, coach Jess Geerts will have a completely healthy team put together on the court.

Cooler than usual, WSR meet is also a windy one

    After getting married last weekend and hosting her reception at Waverly, Jamie Quass Ohrt was back to Waverly on Tuesday as the annual Go-Hawk cross country invitational was held on the grounds of Wartburg College.    A change was made this ye

Trojans run well, get preview of UIC course

    While two girls joined Turkey Valley freshman Jaycie Byrne on the cross country course Thursday at the Tri City golf course near Luana, there still weren't quite enough bodies to compete as a team.    The boys also fell just short, with f

Good attitude in place, victory isn’t for Trojans

    A good attitude is a start, and it will help Turkey Valley's volleyball team while they search for their first win of the season.    The Lady Trojans lost in straight sets to Clayton Ridge Thursday, 25-16, 25-17, 25-10.    "On the wh

Chickasaws take second at home tourney

    Tripoli hadn't lost a set yet, and up to Saturday, neither had New Hampton.    So somebody's record had to give when the two teams met in the Chickasaw volleyball invitational, and unfortunately, it was New Hampton's record.   

Young team posts a big win

    By looking at the statistics, no one would ever guess how badly Turkey Valley beat their West Central guests Friday.    The Trojans only gained 136 yards on the ground, and threw for another 73 for a modest total of 209 yards on the night, yet

Hawkeyes settle for silver in Taiwan

    Iowa's magical run at the World University Games ended Tuesday night in Taiwan as Team Japan posted  a 10-0 win over the Hawkeyes in the gold medal game, but the silver medal was the first ever won by the United States at the Games.    &q

Turkey Valley falls twice at triangular

    It was hard to miss the “opening-night butterflies” when it came to the Turkey Valley volleyball team.    But despite two straight-set losses — 25-16, 25-23, 26-24 to Upper Iowa Conference foe Lansing Kee and 25-9, 25-7 to Class 3A New Hampton

Chickasaws fall to third-ranked Waukon

The result wasn’t what New Hampton wanted but the effort was just fine as far as coach Scott Frerichs was concerned Friday night when Waukon beat the Chickasaws 28-20.

Chickasaw girls remain unbeaten on the court

     New Hampton’s volleyball team put it almost all together Tuesday night as the Chickasaws rolled to straight-set victories over a pair of Upper Iowa Conference foes.     “I was super happy with the way our girls played overall,” New Hampton co

Exceeding expectations

    Coach Jamie Quass’ voice raised above the others at the finish line at Mason City Tuesday as New Hampton senior Jared Aegerter picked up the pace and raised his arms to the sky at the end of the first race of the season.    Did Aegerter pick u

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