Kristi Nixon

11/29/2016 - 11:53am
LATIMER – Forcing turnovers into points was the big key for Clarksville in its 62-19 season-opening road win over CAL on Tuesday, Nov. 22. The Indians came up with 27 steals, more than half converted into baskets or points from the free throw line as they opened 1-0, 1-0 in the Iowa Star North. “That is one thing with this group that we really spent a lot of time talking with them,...
10/04/2016 - 3:16pm
HAMPTON – A lot of what has set the Hampton-Dumont football team back this season happened again on Friday, Sept. 30 in a 34-12 Class 2A District 2 loss to Clear Lake. A promising 13-play opening drive was thwarted on a turnover and H-D lost the turnover battle against the Lions to fall to 0-6, 0-4 in the district. It was a setback, also, in...
10/04/2016 - 3:07pm
HAMPTON – The Hampton-Dumont volleyball team showed it came in ready to show it meant business against unbeaten and eight-ranked (3A) Humboldt on Thursday, Sept. 29. The Bulldogs overcame a 9-7 deficit in the opener and came away with the 25-17 opening set win over the Wildcats. They lost momentum, however, after holding a 14-9 advantage in...
10/04/2016 - 3:03pm
HAMPTON – When teams and fans alike arrived at Maynes Grove for the annual Hampton-Dumont cross country meet, they found a new course awaiting them. The usual starting line was moved about 300 meters further down the course and runners were taking off downhill instead, taking a different loop around the trails since rainfall left part of the...
10/04/2016 - 2:52pm
GREENE – There was so much going on packaged around the North Butler vs. West Fork volleyball match on Tuesday, Sept. 27. A night that had already been planned to raise money for breast cancer awareness in which the Bearcats were wearing pink uniforms, they also recognized their four seniors and made a heartfelt thank you to those in the...
09/27/2016 - 10:56am
SHEFFIELD – Sometimes things in life are bigger than football. As West Fork head coach Eric Gabe’s hometown was ravaged by a couple of small tornadoes and extensive flooding last week, his team signed on to help with clean-up in Greene this week. In the meantime, his Warhawks showed no backing down from the top-ranked team in Class A...
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