Kristi Nixon

04/14/2015 - 11:49am
HAMPTON – Helping themselves to four second-place finishes led to a tie for fifth-place for the Hampton-Dumont girls’ track team at its own Lady Bulldog Classic on Friday, April 10. Runner-up placings for Madison Mason in both throwing events, Jessica Speake in the 400-meter run and Cassy Miller in the 100 hurdles included 32 of the Bulldogs’ 53 points, which tied them with...
04/14/2015 - 11:40am
LATIMER – Despite controlling the ball for the majority of the first half and taking four times as many shots as the visitors, the CAL/H-D/B-K boys’ soccer team found itself in a 2-0 hole at the break. An opening header off of a corner kick 19 minutes, 1 second into the match opened the floodgates for Garner-Hayfield/Ventura in an...
04/14/2015 - 11:34am
LATIMER – It was obvious only two minutes into Monday’s home opener for CAL/H-D/B-K girls soccer match against Garner Hayfield/Ventura that the Cadets were already a better team than in 2014. Looking at the match score of 8-0, however, some may find that hard to believe. But the difference was remarkable. In the first half alone, the...
04/07/2015 - 10:42am
AMES – Last week, Hampton-Dumont graduate Carter Collins ‘confessed’ to being the ‘Snapchat Guy’ for Iowa State athletics. The 22-year-old senior at Iowa State University had just finished a political internship in Scotland, came home and the next day landed another, taking all sorts of social media to another level...
04/07/2015 - 10:39am
WELLSBURG – Bet on the Bulldogs’ golf team this season. In a good-natured, non-monetary way, Hampton-Dumont’s boys golfers were wagering with each other what the others shot after golfing the first round of the season at Meadowbrook Golf Course in Wellsburg. Whether the members of the Bulldogs were spot-on or not, they won the...
04/07/2015 - 10:27am
NASHUA – Peyton Twedt was only taking aim at qualifying for the Drake Relays in the high jump. By the time he was done at West Fork’s home meet, held at Nashua-Plainfield, the Warhawk senior not only locked in Drake, but made a stab at the school’s record of 6 feet, 7 inches. His efforts just fell shy as he easily won the event...
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