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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...
Nashua-Plainfield’s Brianna Bienemann receives a serve during a match played earlier this season.
Maybe Nashua-Plainfield’s first-year volleyball coach has the right attitude when it comes to last week.“We’re going to learn from it and move on,” Amber Carter said after her team dropped a Top of Iowa East Division tilt to Central Springs and then went 0-4 at the Aplington-Parkersburg...
Faith Carpenter, shown here leading a pack of runners at the Charles City Invitational, earned her second straight medal at last week’s Dunkerton Invitational.
The idea behind getting into the Dunkerton Invitational was simple: Give the Nashua-Plainfield cross country teams a chance to be competitive in a meet with other Class 1A schools.Mission accomplished as both the boys and girls had a fourth-place individual finish and team scores that put the...
Nashua-Plainfield’s Evan Kalainoff (53) and Levi Enright stop St. Ansgar’s Dayton Smith after a short gain during Monday’s Class A, District opener on Monday night.
Let’s get one thing out of the way first: Nashua-Plainfield football coach Chase Sudol doesn’t like losing to anyone — even if it’s the top-ranked team in the state — 41-7.But there were a couple of reasons — heart and health — Sudol was smiling after Monday night’s loss to St. Ansgar.“I saw a lot...
Turkey Valley’s Kayla Gebel focuses on a serve during a Trojans’ match played earlier this season.
Going into Saturday's Crestwood Invitational, the Turkey Valley girls were woefully short on matches for the season.There are teams that had played in Saturday tournaments the first two weeks of the season that have 16 or 17 matches under their belts. The Trojans had two before Cresco.Even North...
Sadie Nymeyer finished 36th among 96 varsity girls at Monticello.
After the Luther cross country invitational was called off due to wet conditions, the South Winn team had a Plan B, which was going to the Monticello meet the same day.“The Luther meet would have been a more competitive meet overall,” said coach Kevin Kearney, “Lots of 3A/4A type teams .... not...
Turkey Valley’s Evan Busta has a little company in the form of teammate Walker Leibold on his way to scoring a touchdown on   quarterback Cody Hackman’s only pass of the game Friday night.
Field position is an important factor in football games, so they say.But during Turkey Valley's first three possessions Friday night against North Iowa, the Trojans began drives on their own 6-, 18- and 14-yardlines.It helps to only have an 80-yard field, but it also helps when the line makes holes...
New Hampton’s Lauren Frerichs was one of two Chickasaws to make the all-tournament team at the Crestwood Invitational on Saturday.
Coach Jess Geerts called the one New Hampton loss in the Crestwood Invitational over the weekend a "mental hiccup.""We were by far the best team there," she said after the Chickasaws finished third in the tourney. "We played well, just one match didn't go well."After winning 2-0 over Kee High,...
New Hampton's Jake Usher finished eighth among 53 senior boys at Waverly-Shell Rock.
There weren't as many runners at this year's Waverly-Shell Rock cross country invite. Originally scheduled for Tuesday of last week, the meet was postponed to Thursday due to excessive heat.Though not all the schools were able to make the new date, it gave the Chickasaw runners a good workout,...
New Hampton’s linebackers (above) — Josh Fenske, Keaton Geerts and Zach Wemark — bring down Forest City quarterback Ben Midtgaard while Chickasaws’ quarterback Carter Stochl takes off on a designed run during New Hampton’s 25-0 win over Forest City on Friday night.
The shutout New Hampton posted Friday night was just the proverbial icing on the cake.What really mattered was the win and the margin of victory in that 25-0 whitewashing of Forest City in the Class 2A, District 2 opener.“I’m not saying we didn’t want it,” senior Zach Wemark said, “but the first...

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