Staff Report

05/27/2015 - 11:02am
DIKE – Hampton-Dumont's boys golf team ended its season in the Class 2A district meet on Friday, May 22 at Fox Ridge Golf Course. Only two teams emerged from a district that saw the top four teams within eight strokes of each other. South Winn claimed the district title with 318, followed by Waterloo Columbus' 320. Left out of the field were South Hardin at 325 and Aplington-...
05/27/2015 - 10:54am
GREENE – Surviving the gale-force winds of the Class 1A regional girls golf meet at Round Grove Golf & Country Club in Greene, Clarksville’s Madison Bloker made the cut to advance to the regional final this week. Bloker, who played for the Indians’ 2014 state team, will be the sole representative for coach Klay Hoppenworth...
05/19/2015 - 2:25pm
STORY CITY – Waiting is hard to do. But when one Class 2A state-qualifying track meet was postponed because of weather, that is exactly what many Hampton-Dumont’s athletes had to do after competing in miserable, rainy conditions on Thursday, May 15. Especially interminable for the Bulldogs’ boys shuttle hurdle relay team, which...
05/19/2015 - 2:22pm
GREENE – Ramsey Kock eagled on the third playoff hole against Clarksville’s Trevor Fenneman to secure the medalist runner-up spot as his North Butler team won the Class 1A sectional at Round Grove Golf & Country Club hosted by the Bearcats. Coach Todd Thompson’s team won the meet by a single stroke over AGWSR, 353-354,...
05/19/2015 - 2:20pm
WAVERLY – All four Hampton-Dumont boys’ tennis entries in the Class 1A district tennis tournament on Friday, May 15 were ousted in the first round. Competing in a tough district at Waverly, coach Jim Davies’ team left without a team point in the seven-team field. Both singles players, Jonny Victor and Isaac Shelton lost their...
05/19/2015 - 2:17pm
HAMPTON – Time crunch got the best of the Hampton-Dumont girls’ tennis team. With a band concert looming for a player, a doubles match had to retire and a couple of close losses in singles and doubles play led to a 6-3 loss to Webster City on Tuesday, May 12. Still, for coach Mark Drier and his Bulldogs, it was a good effort. More on...
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