Staff Report

11/18/2015 - 11:14am
CLARKSVILLE - CAL senior Dianna Porzio was the lone Iowa Star North first team player not on Class 1A state teams Janesville and Tripoli. Porzio, a four-year starter for coach Amanda Heiden's Cadets, helped lead the team to a 9-13 record this season despite three teams ranked in the conference. She also defied her size, at 5-foot-4, Porzio was among the team's leader in kills this season...
10/13/2015 - 11:05am
SHEFFIELD – Jarel Arbegast completed more than half of his passes for more than 100 yards and a pair of touchdowns, but West Fork couldn’t stop visiting Pocahontas (6-1) on Friday, Oct. 9 at home in a 42-21 loss. It was by far the best throwing performance of the season for Arbegast, who didn’t throw an interception for the...
09/29/2015 - 10:41am
HUMBOLDT – Patty Teggatz’s 29th place individual finish was the tops for Hampton-Dumont at a highly-competitive Humboldt cross country meet at Sheldon Park on Monday, Sept. 21. Teggatz crossed the finish line in 23 minutes, 23.9 seconds for her place in a meet that included Class 2A No. 5 Pocahontas, which won the team title with 59...
09/16/2015 - 3:17pm
WAVERLY – Hampton-Dumont’s cross country team competed in a loaded field at the Dick Pollitt Invitational hosted by Waverly-Shell Rock on the campus of Wartburg College on Tuesday, Sept. 8. The meet, which runs a race for each grade among girls and boys while scoring by each grade and cumulatively, saw the Bulldogs finish 17th (girls)...
09/01/2015 - 11:59am
SHEFFIELD – Trae Ulrich’s touchdown with a little more than a minute to go and Reid Lammers’ interception with 16 ticks left on the clock nailed down a comeback victory for North Butler over West Fork on Friday, Aug. 28. Prior to the score by Ulrich, the Bearcats never led. Following a scoreless first quarter, West Fork reached...
08/04/2015 - 10:24am
DES MOINES – West Fork catcher Clay Emhoff recently was voted to the Class 2A Central District first team by the Iowa High School Baseball Coaches Association. Emhoff, a sophomore who batted .430 for the Warhawks, led his team with 34 hits, including eight doubles and five home runs. More on this story will be found in the Aug. 5 print and...
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