Kristi Nixon

11/25/2014 - 5:45pm
DES MOINES – A record-breaking season meant big things for Hampton-Dumont’s football team. The Bulldogs benefited from a 10-2 season by placing five to the three Class 2A football teams voted on by the Iowa Newspaper Association. Mario Peña earned the top honor for H-D by earning first team defensive lineman. More on this story will be found in the Nov. 26 print and...
10/28/2014 - 11:50am
CLARKSVILLE – CAL sophomore Kaylea Rew doesn’t even know what got into her. The Cadets’ outside hitter started serving with her team leading 6-5 in the fourth set of the Class 1A Region 5 opener against Clarksville. Sixteen serves and two Indians’ timeouts later, Rew had collected nine aces and a 21-6 CAL lead....
10/28/2014 - 11:43am
LATIMER – When outsiders saw that CAL was facing another winless team in the season finale, it sprung some hope that the losing streak would finally end. But the Cadets were severely depleted – down to 10 players after starting the season with 15 – and facing a team that had size as well as numbers for the 8-Man game played...
10/21/2014 - 12:19pm
CLEAR LAKE – No. 7 Hampton-Dumont’s football team had to play the perfect game if it wanted to defeat top-ranked Clear Lake. The Bulldogs, however, had too many turnovers, costly penalties and gave up one too many big plays in a 20-7 Class 2A District 2 tilt that decided the title in a 20-7 loss to the Lions. It left 21-year H-D...
10/21/2014 - 12:12pm
GREENE – North Butler didn’t make it easy on itself at its home volleyball quadrangular. It faced Class 2A No. 9 Lake Mills, a Class 3A school in Hampton-Dumont and Corn Bowl Conference champions Nashua-Plainfield. The result was an 0-3 night for the Bearcats, but it wasn’t for the lack of effort. They opened with a 9-25, 8...
10/21/2014 - 12:04pm
SHEFFIELD – With little left in the regular season, both West Fork and Clarksville volleyball teams took things away from losses at the West Fork triangular that included Belmond-Klemme on Monday, Oct. 13. West Fork got its win from Clarksville in the opener, a 25-3, 25-14 performance that saw no kills from the Indians in the first set...
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