12/20/2016 - 3:06pm
HAMPTON – Hampton-Dumont coach Miranda Valley doesn’t want to blame the officiating for what ended up as a 39-38 loss for her team against Iowa Falls-Alden, but she does admit there was some disparity in the number of foul calls and foul shots taken between both teams.
The Cadets put up 24 free throws compared to just four for the...
12/14/2016 - 6:14pm
FORT DODGE – All of the years of playing football from Youth Sports Foundation all the way to Iowa Central Community College, Kendrick Suntken, a Hampton-Dumont graduate, penned to continue playing the sport he loves at the University of Northern Iowa on Wednesday, Dec. 14.
A two-time high school all-state football player with the...
12/13/2016 - 1:31pm
ACKLEY – A knee injury to senior Alana Groninga still couldn’t keep the Class 1A No. 7 AGWSR girls’ basketball team down.
The Cougars have enough depth to more than compensate for the three-year regular for coach Laurie Gann’s team.
Eight different players scored and three finished in double figures in the 57-26 victory...
12/13/2016 - 1:26pm
ACKLEY – Trailing by a 44-43 score with a little more than two minutes to play, AGWSR coach Russ Banzhaf called timeout and drew up a set play.
It worked out right as Jay Janssen hit the go-ahead three-pointer in a game that featured 17 total threes between the Cougars and East Marshall in an eventual 48-44 triumph for AGWSR on Friday, Dec....
12/13/2016 - 1:22pm
HAMPTON – A young, small in numbers Hampton-Dumont wrestling team got even smaller after last weekend when its starting 195-pounder broke his ankle at the Manson tournament.
The Bulldogs were giving up four forfeits at its home dual quadrangular against Rockford, Clarksville and Wapsie Valley on Tuesday, Dec. 6, dropping all three.