Staff Report

07/14/2015 - 11:06am
GRUNDY CENTER – Host school Grundy Center combined for 11 hits to end the CAL softball team’s season with an 8-0 win over the Cadets on Tuesday, July 7. Spartan freshman Landry Luhring threw a two-hit shutout of CAL, striking out six and walking two as the Cadets ended the season 6-14 overall. More on this story will be found in the July 15 print and online editions of the Hampton...
05/06/2015 - 11:16am
SHEFFIELD – The Warhawks’ boys golf team recorded four of the five low scores at their own home quadrangular on Tuesday, April 28 at Ridge Stone Golf Course to win handily. Coach Doug Sheriff’s squad hit a new team nine-hole low score with 169 to top North Butler, Nashua-Plainfield and Northwood-Kensett. Kyle Schulz was the meet...
02/17/2015 - 3:31pm
CLARKSVILLE – A year after becoming the first West Fork wrestler to earn the school’s first state berth, sophomore Jacob Hansen will be joined by a teammate at the Class 1A state wrestling meet. Jarel Arbegast, also a sophomore, is coming along to double the school’s state qualifier number. Both were district runners-up at 126...
01/20/2015 - 11:13am
LATIMER – A physical 11-1 North Tama team wore down CAL’s girls’ basketball team on Friday night, handing the Cadets a 62-31 loss on their home court. The Redhawks committed 26 fouls against coach Mike Rapp’s team, but CAL was unable to cash in, going 14-of-30 from the free throw line in the loss. CAL was guilty of...
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...
06/24/2014 - 9:36am
    HAMPTON – It was by far more competitive than the last time around, but Hampton-Dumont’s softball team dropped a North Central Conference game to the Cadets 9-3 on Wednesday, June 25. The Cadets opened with a five-run first inning and H-D answered with three in the second to keep it close until IF-A tacked on four...
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