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Turkey Valley’s Sadie Nymeyer [left] and Shelby Reicks run for the South Winn cross country team. Reicks was fourth and Nymeyer ninth among the 54 runners at Central.
Both the South Winn girls and boys won a meet last week held at Elkader; eight schools competed at the meet but only four had the numbers to count as a girls team and six as a boys team.    “Overall, our kids competed much better at Elkader than we did at Monticello,” said South Winn coach Kevin...
Turkey Valley’s quarterback Cody Hackman picked up 94 yards and scored three touchdowns as the Trojans rolled past Riceville 52-14.
After Turkey Valley's win over Riceville Friday night, coach Mark Scott emphasized how important every district game is with the new playoff system.But this upcoming week is a doozie.Not only are the Trojans hosting the only other ranked team in the district in AGWSR, it's Homecoming 2016. Turkey...
Savannah Anderson finished with seven kills when the Chickasaws played Crestwood in the Waukon tourney.
A text really doesn't convey any emotions. But one from New Hampton volleyball coach Jess Geerts Saturday gave a proud message loud and clear.“CHAMPIONS.”While winning the invitational at Waukon, not only did the Chickasaws stay undefeated on the day, but they didn't lose a set while going 6-0 in...
New Hampton’s Keaton Geerts follows Dillon Roberson’s block on his way to a touchdown run  during the Chickasaws’ 42-14 victory over Hampton-Dumont on Friday.
On New Hampton’s football roster, Keaton Geerts is listed at 5-foot-7 and 153 pounds.Folks, size isn’t everything in high school football.Geerts ran for 194 yards on 23 carries and scored four touchdowns to help second-ranked New Hampton roll to a Class 2A, District 2 42-14 win over winless Hampton...
Brooke Herold gets an attack over for a kill against South Winn Tuesday.
At times the student section may have been sitting Thursday night as the Trojan volleyball team was playing at home against South Winn. But they were back on their feet in the third set.Although Turkey Valley had leads — albeit brief ones — in a 25-16 first-set loss and a 25-21 loss in the second...
    When New Hampton’s volleyball team takes on Oelwein Tuesday in the Chickasaw gym, bring the checkbooks and the sweet tooth. The Dig for a Cure cancer awareness night will be taking place, starting at 5 p.m.     A bake sale will be held in the lobby and a 50/50 drawing will be sold. The lucky...
Lexi Rasmussen turned in a career-high five kills against Decorah Tuesday.
    Down 2-0 after the first two sets, New Hampton wasn’t about to give up and go back home Tuesday night as the Chickasaw volleyball team was playing at Decorah.    Although the Vikings were on a losing streak, many of their losses came at the hands of teams like Cedar Falls, Dike-New Hartford and...
Turkey Valley senior Kailey Steinlage puts up an assist earlier in the season.
The Trojans are still a work in progress. Going into the Crestwood tourney last weekend, they were able to put some matches on the board, but no wins as they went 0-3 on the day.    Coach Tammy Vrzak talked about the need for her team to play with more cohesion as they started with a 2-0 loss to...
New Hampton, as well as Turkey Valley, will try to remain undefeated Friday.
Say this for the New Hampton and Turkey Valley football teams: They’ve put up some pretty impressive numbers through the first third of the season.But the most impressive so far is the 3-0 records both the Chickasaws and Trojans hold.Both teams hit the road tonight [Friday] for district games as...
New Hampton’s Oliver Perez (center) and Zach Heying run cross country for New Hampton’s varsity boys. Both are seniors this year.
Before each cross country meet, the Chickasaw runners discuss their goals for the meet with coach Jamie Quass.    This year, instead of competing in the Cedar Falls meet, the team went to Osage, running at the Mitchell County Nature Center Tuesday.    “I LOVE THE OSAGE MEET!!!” exclaimed the coach...

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