Kristi Nixon

02/21/2017 - 12:35pm
DES MOINES – More firsts for West Fork’s wrestling team put the Warhawks on the wrestling radar after last week’s Class 1A state meet. Coach Jared Arbegast’s two wrestlers, his son Jarel and senior Jake Hansen, both had top-three finishes as West Fork compiled 37 team points for 17th place, the school’s best in its short history. The biggest mark made by the Warhawks...
02/07/2017 - 1:41pm
HAMPTON – Hampton-Dumont senior Cassy Miller has played in a lot of exciting basketball games over the last three years. After Monday’s 65-63 double overtime thriller over Forest City, she ranks this one pretty high among the most exciting. She distributed her ninth assist of the game to her freshman sister, Courtney, which turned out...
02/07/2017 - 1:34pm
HAMPTON – It was another frustrating night for Hampton-Dumont coach Heath Walton and his team as it suffered a 55-16 loss to Forest City on Monday, Jan. 30. The Bulldogs managed just nine points at half, scoring single digits in all four quarters. “Any time you score only 16 points in a game, you don’t…I feel like we weren...
01/31/2017 - 5:56pm
SHEFFIELD – A break-out fourth quarter for West Fork’s boys basketball team resulted in a huge 56-39 cross-divisional Top of Iowa Conference win over West Hancock on Saturday, Jan. 28. Leading by just a 32-29 margin heading into the final eight minutes, the Warhawks outscored the previously Class 1A No. 9-ranked Eagles 24-10 to improve...
01/31/2017 - 5:53pm
SHEFFIELD - A back-and-forth game in which West Fork’s girls basketball team led for much of the second half, big-time shots late by Faith Hammer provided the difference. Hammer, who scored 19 points along with Kelly Leerar, provided the go-ahead three-pointer with 1 minute, 59 seconds to go in West Hancock’s 54-50 cross-divisional Top...
01/31/2017 - 5:50pm
HAMPTON – Hampton-Dumont’s girls basketball team had its win streak end in a 66-43 loss against Algona on Friday, Jan. 27 at home. Foul trouble early for two H-D’s starters contributed to coach Miranda Valley’s team woes. Nadilee Eiklenborg fouled out with two points and Cassy Miller finished with six points while finishing...
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