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12/07/2019 - 2:25pm
  ACKLEY- And the first career win goes to Ryley Schipper. In a battle of first-year head coaches the Schipper-led AGWSR boys’ basketball team edged BCLUW, guided by Evan Janssen, 47-44 during North Iowa Cedar League West Conference play here Friday. The Cougars rallied for the victory, outscoring the visiting Comets 19-10 in the fourth quarter and flipped a 34-28 deficit through three...
12/07/2019 - 2:17pm
  ELDORA- Sluggish starts were costly as the South Hardin girls’ basketball team lost back-to-back games at Nevada, 56-27 Monday and then to Clarion-Goldfield-Dows, 57-29 here Tuesday. The Tigers dug early holes both nights, trailing 24-4 to Nevada and then 16-4 to Clarion-G-D after one quarter. For the full story see Tuesday's (Dec...
12/07/2019 - 2:13pm
  ELDORA- From one win two years ago to three last season and five this fall, the South Hardin football team continues to climb the ladder. The Tigers posted a winning record for the first time in 12-years under third-year head coach Nick Eller. South Hardin had a strong start to the season with wins in four of the first five Fridays. The...
12/02/2019 - 12:20pm
  CONRAD- Back-to-back wins were booked by the BCLUW girls’ basketball team to tip-off the season. The Comets captured a come-from-behind 46-38 victory over Union High Monday (Nov. 25) at LaPorte City, and then in Conrad Tuesday, were a 56-40 winner over Baxter. WALTERS SHINES Sophomore Chloe Walters came off the bench to lift BCLUW...
12/02/2019 - 12:18pm
  MESKWAKI- A combined 44 points by Alyssa Hames and Rachel Sicard sparked the AGWSR girls’ basketball team to a 66-39 romp over Meskwaki here Monday. Hames scored a game-high 23 points and booked a double-double with 10 rebounds, while Sicard tallied 21 and had eight boards. For the full story see Tuesday's (Dec. 3) edition of the...
12/02/2019 - 12:17pm
  NEW PROVIDENCE- Ellsworth Community College withstood a late charge by the Quakerdale Prep basketball team to capture a 69-60 victory here Tuesday. The host Eagles chopped a 21-point deficit to four, 64-60 with 1:50 remaining, uncorking a 19-2 run. The comeback ended there as the Panthers tallied the final five points. Mason Williams...
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