For Sawyer Anderson, the epiphany came when he stepped onto the field at the Walston-Hoover Stadium for pregame warmups. “It really me hit me then,” the former New Hampton High School star said, “that this was it.
New Hampton’s Keaton Geerts made it official Friday when he signed a national letter of intent to continue his wrestling career next year at the University of Northern Iowa. But after signing his name to the proverbial dotted line, all Geerts co
The adage “to the victor goes the spoils” certainly applies to the 2016 Turkey Valley football team.After a brilliant 9-0 regular season, one in which ended with a first-round playoff loss, the Trojans dominated the Eight-Man, District 2 teams and
The New Hampton football team was rewarded by Class 2A, District 2 coaches for its 8-1 regular season and trip to the playoffs in a big way. Nine Chickasaws earned all-district first team honors while another three were named honorable mention.
Let’s be honest, given the choice of being 5-20 or 20-5, we’d all take the latter. Or given the option of being 3-6 or 6-3, again, we’d take the latter. And asked for a preference, any runner would prefer to have the season end in Fort Dodge at
In her third year of running in the state cross country meet, is Shelby Reicks calm and collected before the top race of the season? "Not really," said the Trojan senior after placing 49th of 135 runners in Fort Dodge.
During the final mile of Nolan Usher's inaugural state cross country meet, his coach thought he passed about 15 runners. He wasn't sure about that figure. "You can't really count them, you just gotta go!" said the Chicka
Turkey Valley still had a seldom-used play up its sleeve, and it kept the Trojans competitive in a state playoff game against Don Bosco for a time Friday. But eventually, the Dons shredded the Trojan defense for 75 points — more than the last fou
New Hampton gave top-ranked North Fayette Valley everything it could handle Friday night, but the TigerHawks used two second-half touchdowns to post a 21-7 victory in the opening round of the Class 2A state playoffs."I'm proud of you guy
It wasn’t the finish the Nashua-Plainfield cross country team wanted, but ask coach Jennifer Kalainoff and she’ll tell you it was a successful season. And she means it, too. “Obviously, we were hoping to get someone to the state meet,” Kalainoff