Staff Reports

10/28/2014 - 12:03pm
ACKLEY – For at least the second time this season, AGWSR’s football didn’t attempt a pass and it didn’t need to. Already a lock for the Class A playoffs, the Cougars pounded out 386 ground yards in defeating non-district opponent West Fork 56-13. Eight different ball carriers were in on the AGWSR ground game with none of the Cougars getting more than six totes....
10/14/2014 - 10:10am
HAMPTON – In the highly-competitive Hampton-Dumont volleyball invitational held Saturday, Oct. 11, both the Bulldogs and West Fork managed to earn one match win for the day. In the tournament that boasted more than half of the field ranked in Classes 1A through 4A, including a loaded Pool B in which all four teams were rated. Both H-D...
10/07/2014 - 11:17am
SHEFFIELD – In his second game back after sitting out a game with injury, Tyson Pillard returned in a big way going for four rushing touchdowns to help lead West Fork past Eagle Grove in its homecoming game. Pillard carried the ball 24 times for 161 yards and the defense did its part by forcing three turnovers in a 33-6 win over the...
09/30/2014 - 1:42pm
OSAGE – Only five weeks into the 2014 football season, Hampton-Dumont is already making its mark. The No. 5 Bulldogs either tied or set game and season records in a 50-0 road thumping of Osage on Friday, Sept. 26. H-D tied the record for interceptions in a game (five) and Trevor Eiklenborg tied the record for three by one player in a...
09/23/2014 - 9:56am
SHEFFIELD – Class A fifth-ranked St. Ansgar was everything it was billed to be. The Saints rushed for 409 total yards and were dominant defensively in handing West Fork its second straight loss of the season, 49-6, on Friday, Sept. 19. But West Fork was able to reach the scoreboard late in the contest as Collin Arndt hit Logan Plagge...
09/16/2014 - 10:49am
LATIMER – A chance at history for CAL’s football team fell just short on Friday, Sept. 12. The Cadets, tied at 14 with Rockford, gave up a late third-quarter touchdown to fall to the Warriors 20-14, halting their chance at ending one of the state’s longest consecutive losing streaks. “They understood we had our...
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