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Shown hitting a single against MFL, Shayla Kuennen was one of three Trojan girls to send the ball over the fence in an 18-7 win over Decorah Tuesday.
Even though Turkey Valley lost their first softball conference games of the season Monday to MFL, the Trojan girls hit the ball well in the doubleheader. But not as well as they did against Decorah Tuesday. Although the Vikings only have a couple of wins this year, many of their losses have been...
Making this big of a leap, Evan Drilling has no problem avoiding the ball hit by a teammate. Drilling would go to third on the play, then score one of 10 runs Turkey Valley would use in the game one win over MFL Monday.
Remember the old commercials “this is what your brain looks like on drugs?” Turkey Valley Dan Stepan used a similar approach when he sent box scores on the Trojan baseball team’s early-week games. After Monday 10-0 and 8-0 wins over MFL, the coach said, “This is what a box score looks like when you...
Kiersten Tenge scores an insurance run against Decorah after a Kayla Crooks double in the sixth inning.
Paige Wisner may have summed up the last three games for the New Hampton softball team with her statement. “Once somebody does something good, we all want to get out there and follow suit,” said the outfielder after a Chickasaw 7-1 win over Decorah Wednesday. The final score made the game seem like...
New Hampton’s Noah Fye goes with the pitch and drives a triple to right field in the Chickasaws’ 9-4 win over Charles City on Monday night.
As New Hampton coach Cory McDonald talked about Monday’s 9-4 win over Charles City on Monday night, he used the words “Chickasaw baseball” on numerous occasions. And just what it is that? “It’s a lot of things, it’s the things they’ve heard over and over,” McDonald said after his team improved to...
Nashua-Plainfield’s Breanna Hackman, shown here making an out at first, hit her second home run of the season in a win over Northwood-Kensett.
As Hannah Holthaus prepared for Tuesday night’s game against New Hampton, the Nashua-Plainfield coach was asked about the extended run of “off days.” “I’ll tell you it feels really weird,” she said of going six days between games, “but I think everyone needed it and we were able to get in some good...
The annual New Hampton Invitational will definitely have a local feel to it this year, as in addition to the host Chickasaws, Turkey Valley and Nashua-Plainfield are in the field for the tournament that will be held at Mikkelson Park on Saturday. The tournament begins at 10 a.m. when  the...
Turkey Valley’s Mason Goerend picks up the double he just hit in a game against Kee High during an Upper Iowa Conference doubleheader with Kee High that was played on Thursday.
At the beginning of the season, Turkey Valley coach Dan Stepan looked for Kee High to be not only a team to beat in the Upper Iowa Conference, but a top contender in Class 1A. That probably didn’t change after the Kee Hawks defeated the Trojans 13-2 and 12-2 in a doubleheader Thursday, a day after...
Playing in conference games, Jaedyn Winter sports a batting average of .600, which includes a 3-for-4 effort in the 8-6 win over Central.
Again, the pressure was on for the Turkey Valley softball team. In game one of a doubleheader at Central Elkader Wednesday, they went from being down by four runs after five innings to a 7-5 lead after six, then added a run in the top of the seventh inning. They just needed three more outs for...
Aden Zwanziger delivers a pitch during the first game of New Hampton’s doubleheader with Oelwein on Friday.
Aden Zwanziger, Noah Fye and Josh Fenske have been around the proverbial block a time or two so no one had to tell them that Friday’s doubleheader at Oelwein was, to put it simply, huge. Win two and the Chickasaws would stay in the thick of the Northeast Iowa Conference race; split or, even worse,...
New Hampton’s Kallie Olson rips a hit in the Chickasaws’ win over Waukon Thursday.
Jack Seelhammer wasn’t going to pull any punches; his New Hampton softball team faced a must-win situation on Thursday night. It wasn’t that his team was playing poorly, but the Chickasaws had lost three straight games and four of their last five heading into a Northeast Iowa Conference game...

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