Kristi Nixon

02/09/2016 - 12:02pm
CHARLES CITY – Hampton-Dumont will advance only one of its wrestlers, 182-pounder Logan Chipp, to the Class 2A District wrestling tournament this Saturday at Aplington-Parkersburg. After a brutal 2A sectional at Charles City on Saturday, Feb. 6, in which 16 wrestlers were ranked, including three at 138 pounds, and where only two wrestlers can move on provided for a heartbreaking end to the...
01/26/2016 - 12:09pm
LATIMER – It is hard to imagine how one player can make an impact on a team, but it was also evident from the start that the CAL girls’ basketball team has been missing junior starter Stephanie Thielen. Playing in a non-conference contest against Belmond-Klemme, the Cadets were unable to connect on a basket until the second half in a...
01/19/2016 - 11:44am
HAMPTON – Topping off Hampton-Dumont’s two North Central Conference dual wins over Humboldt and Iowa Falls-Alden were the 99th and 100th career wins by fall for senior Carter Barkema. The 138-pounder, who has 128 career wins, earned a pair of first period falls over Jaden Kampen of Humboldt and Caleb Smith of IF-A, the last of which...
01/19/2016 - 11:39am
ACKLEY – Serenaded by his team with a rendition of the “Happy Birthday” song and handed a cake, AGWSR wrestling coach Chad Gerbracht capped off a day in which his Cougars finished third at their own tournament on Saturday, Jan. 16. The only thing that might have been icing on his cake was winning it all, but Gerbracht was...
01/19/2016 - 11:35am
HAMPTON – Even with his shot not falling, Hampton-Dumont senior Dayton Gooder kept on just like his teammates in a 62-46 thumping of Iowa Falls-Alden on Friday, Jan. 15. The Bulldogs ran out to a 22-6 early lead against the Cadets and could have hit cruise control after a 41-16 halftime advantage. He insisted that wasn't the case. "...
01/19/2016 - 11:32am
HAMPTON – Start to finish, the Class 3A No. 12 Hampton-Dumont girls’ basketball team had a stress free contest over Iowa Falls-Alden on Friday, Jan. 15 in a 66-27 rout over the Cadets. Three different starters scored in double figures as the Bulldogs improved to 9-2 overall, 6-1 in the North Central Conference. It was much-needed after...
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