Staff Report

08/05/2014 - 10:36am
  AMES – A Hampton-Dumont Bulldogs 9-and-Under baseball team went to the Iowa Games in Ames July 25-26 and took home bronze in the 10U division. Earning a 4-1 record, the group’s only loss was in the semifinal to Nevada, 14-11, to send it to the bronze medal game where the Bulldogs routed Harlan, 11-3. More on this story will be found in the Aug. 6 print and online...
04/29/2014 - 11:32am
  FORT DODGE – St. Edmond’s girls golf team had all four of its golfers score in the low 50s in defeating Hampton-Dumont, 217-230 on Friday, April 25. The Bulldogs’ Caitlin Dombrowski was the medalist runner-up at 54 with a win by handicap over the Gaels’ Melissa Mikos and Lauren Moeding, who also shot 54. More...
04/29/2014 - 11:27am
  HAMPTON – The Hampton-Dumont boys tennis team earned its first team win of the season. Junior No. 2 singles player Jesus Del Valle clinched the win with a rematch victory over Ryan Godfredsen, 11-10 (7-4 tiebreak). “H-D avenged a loss earlier in the season, winning their first meet of the year,” Hampton-Dumont...
04/29/2014 - 11:24am
  MASON CITY – Hampton-Dumont’s second-year girls tennis team nearly earned its first team win ever in a close 5-4 loss at Mason City on Monday, April 21. The Bulldogs earned singles wins from Brittany Bolerjack, Alysa Buck and Brooklyn Plagge at Nos 1, 3 and 4 and both Bolerjack and Athena Levad teamed up to win at No. 1...
04/29/2014 - 11:21am
  HAMPTON – While Mason City chose to not play its varsity against coach Jim Davies’ Hampton-Dumont varsity boys team, the Mohawks’ JV still emerged with a 10-1 victory against the Bulldogs on Monday, April 21. The lone victory for H-D in the 10-1 Mason City team win was Jesus Del Valle, who dominated 10-2 over Mohawk...
04/23/2014 - 10:22am
HAMPTON – Because of field conditions, the home site of the 2014 CAL/H-D soccer matches will now be held at Hampton-Dumont Middle School. In a press release sent out Tuesday afternoon by CAL Athletic Director Scott Striegel, the decision was announced that the site was changed from CAL High School's football field. "The reason...
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