Staff Report

10/25/2016 - 11:19am
GARNER – A year removed from just missing the Class 2A state cross country cut, elation for Hampton-Dumont junior Patty Teggatz. Teggatz, who ran and finished 50th at the state meet as a freshman, crossed the finish line at the state qualifier at Garner on Thursday, Oct. 20 in seventh place to reclaim a spot in the state meet. And she did so at 20 minutes, 26.22 seconds to crush her career-...
08/30/2016 - 11:41am
HAMPTON – The annual Beeds Lake Restoration Run was held on Saturday, Aug. 27 with a half marathon, 10K, 5K and Tadpole Trot. Winners and top-three finishers among age and division for all races are included. For more on this story, see the Aug. 31 print and online versions of the Hampton Chronicle.
08/09/2016 - 10:08am
HAMPTON – Hampton saw an increase in its third summer of hosting the Challenger Sports British Soccer Camp last week in East Park. After 36 took part a year ago, the camp registered 42 youths from ages 3 to 16, including close to 10 age 3-4. Read more on this story in the Aug. 10 print and online editions of the Hampton Chronicle.
08/02/2016 - 10:37am
DES MOINES – Hampton-Dumont’s Cassy Miller earned Class 3A third team all-state by the Iowa Girls’ Coaches Association, announced late last week. The junior shortstop claimed a spot on the final team as 22 were honored on each of the three teams in Class 3A. She was among three from the area to earn all-state honors by the IGCA....
08/02/2016 - 10:34am
DES MOINES – AGWSR senior infielder Dylan Heetland was recognized by the Iowa High School Baseball Coaches Association for being first team academic all-state, announced Monday, Aug. 1. Heetland, one of 22 players named to the first team, will be recognized at this weekend’s all-star banquet in Mason City. Read more on this story in...
08/02/2016 - 10:14am
DES MOINES – The Iowa High School Baseball Coaches Association recently announced its all-district baseball teams with two West Fork players earning first team in the Class 1A Central District. AGWSR also placed one on the first team. Among the first-teamers were the Warhawks’ Clay Emhoff, a junior catcher who batted more than .500....
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