Kristi Nixon

01/17/2017 - 12:59pm
ACKLEY -- A torn meniscus had kept AGWSR senior Tery Rummans out in the first part of the season. The 195-pounder for AGWSR just started wrestling again and made a repeat victory in the Cougars’ home Lowell Young Invite on Saturday, Jan. 14. Leading by a slim 3-2 margin with short time, Rummans swiftly nabbed a takedown of Rockford’s Heath Farr and put him to his back for a five-point...
01/17/2017 - 12:56pm
SHEFFIELD -- Not letting an early deficit get them down, the Warhawk girls' basketball team shook off a slow start and rallied to top Class 2A No. 9 Rockford in earning their ninth straight victory on Friday, Jan. 13. West Fork didn't lead until a three-pointer by Kaitlyn Liekweg to start the fourth quarter after a three by Kennedy Maske...
01/17/2017 - 12:51pm
SHEFFIELD -- Down early and facing a pure shooter in Rockford’s Zach Bushbaum, who was hitting everything in the first half, West Fork senior Rylan Fleshner decided to take things into his hands. A tremendous second half for Fleshner and the Warhawks turned a close game throughout the final three quarters to a 61-56 win for coach Frank...
01/17/2017 - 12:47pm
SHEFFIELD – Other than Class 1A top-ranked Jake Hansen, West Fork’s wrestlers had its best moments from the upper weights in a home triangular on Thursday, Jan. 12. The Warhawk trio of Collin Meints (195), Jordan Clark (220) and Alex Bender (285) combined to go 5-1 with three falls against Central Springs and Mason City Newman as coach...
01/17/2017 - 12:43pm
HAMPTON – North Butler’s wrestling team was strong before and it got even more so with the return of its Class 1A No. 7-ranked senior 160-pounder Dalton Nelson. Nelson returned after sitting the first half of the season while recovering from a broken ankle. What is scary is the fact that North Butler head coach says he is only going to...
01/10/2017 - 12:58pm
HAMPTON – Not bad for a few minutes of work, Hampton-Dumont senior 160-pound wrestler didn’t waste any time in going 5-0 for the Bulldogs at the H-D wrestling duals. With a grand total of four minutes, 21 seconds with four first period falls, Chaney improved to 17-2 overall. What was impressive is the look of his takedowns compared to...
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