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TV girls bring down times, finish fifth at Sumner-Fred

A track season is all about goals. Some are met, some aren't.

Turkey Valley golfers sweep Postville

By now, the home coed golf season will be over for Turkey Valley, as their final meet at Jackson Heights took place yesterday [Thursday].    And while the wins have been in short supply this season, both teams picked up a victory Monday as the Tro

Chickasaw throwers go ‘long’ at Osage

Ask Noah Fenske if he wants to beat his teammate Dillon Roberson in the shot put, and the answer is an emphatic yes.  Ask Roberson if he wants to beat Fenske, and the answer is the same.  But the two sophomores — both of whom came up with career-b

TV girls sweep at Nashua

Kaylie Klimesh has flirted with a perfect 50 mark before — last year she had a 46 during a meet in May against South Winn — but she became the first Turkey Valley trapshooter in school history to score the mark when the Trojans shot at Nashua Tues

Chickasaw girls shine in Waukon

New Hampton girls track coach Jeanette Laures had very few complaints when it came to her team’s performances Tuesday night.  The Chickasaws won three events and finished a strong second — hey, losing to Decorah in any team race is unfortunately a

Trojan boys win another title

The first meet that Turkey Valley was scheduled to run at Sumner-Fredericksburg this season was called off due to wet grounds, but the second coed was held Monday at Sumner, giving the Trojan boys another team title over the eight-team field.    T

Chickasaw boys beat Vikings for the first time since 2006

Class 3A Decorah hosted 2A New Hampton Monday. It was as good a place as any for coach Bill Glenn to record a first.    “In my seven years as a coach, this is the first time we’ve ever defeated Decorah,” he said.

Just how low can they go?

After setting another school girls golf record, the question could be asked — are the New Hampton girls peaking too soon?    The scores they've been recording this season are more indicative of the late season, although there are plenty of te

N-P trapshooters enjoy a solid week on range

Cold, windy, warm, and everything in between pretty much sums up the elements the Nashua-Plainfield trapshooting team faced last week.  But the Huskies rolled with the weather and finished with a solid week as they showed amazing consistency — fir

Huskies girls continue to bring down times on track

Up and down the lineup Monday night, the Nashua-Plainfield girls track team ran season-best times.  And although coach Kristi Hannemann will be the first to admit that she’s always looking for faster times, she was more than satisfied with her ath

Husky boys make strides on the track

Even stricken with strep throat, it’s hard not to hear the excitement in the voice of Nashua-Plainfield boys track coach Chase Sudol.  “These kids have worked extremely hard for me,” Sudol said after the Huskies finished a strong third at the Sumn

Home cooking!

Nashua-Plainfield’s golf teams are definitely heading in the right direction, but the Huskies still have a major question hanging over them.  Can their games travel?  Nashua-Plainfield’s girls are on a three-meet winning streak — shooting a 211 to

Heying’s ‘perfect 75’ helps NH shooters to big win

A perfect 50 didn't win the top boys' award at Cedar Rapids Saturday — there were three boys with that score.  What Zach Heying had to do was hit 75 straight targets to take home first place in the meet hosted by Xavier.

TV boys take charge at Kee

While most of us tried to stay out of the wind and chilly temperatures Thursday afternoon, Turkey Valley's track runners were competing in a coed meet at Kee High.    "Oh, it wasn't that bad," Trojan junior Jordon Snyder said a

Cold, wind knock down times for Chickasaws

Depending on one’s perspective, Thursday’s Wahawk Invitational was a half-full or half-empty kind of day for the New Hampton girls track team.  The Chickasaws got a chance to run against a host of Class 4A schools they don’t normally encounter, bu

Trojan golfers get rare nice day on the course

Boots would have come in handy as Turkey Valley's golfers were competing Thursday on their home turf.  Not to mention hats, gloves, winter coats, maybe?

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