Sports

03/31/2015 - 10:04am
LATIMER – Fabi Gutierrez knew the first season on the CAL/Hampton-Dumont/Belmond-Klemme girls soccer season would be tough. The Hampton-Dumont junior also knew that the Cadets needed numbers this year, so she went out of her way to recruit more team members. “I told them how fun soccer was last year,” Gutierrez said of her efforts, “and that they should do it. I got a lot...
03/24/2015 - 10:09am
WAVERLY – Right away, Hampton-Dumont’s track teams showed they had some firepower at the Wartburg Indoor held on Tuesday, March 17 at Waverly. Sophomores Cassy Miller and Nadilee Eiklenborg came out of one of the first running events – the 55-meter hurdle preliminaries – and qualified for the finals. That led to the first...
03/17/2015 - 10:16am
HAMPTON – It was a crowded Franklin County Conservation Office on Tuesday, March 10 as all 40 members of the H-D Bird Busters, an ever-growing trapshooting team, assembled for practice. This day, the group was working on safety, gun cleaning and stance, all of which is very important, especially considering the youth involved. In the initial...
03/10/2015 - 10:19am
ST. LOUIS – The 2015 MVC Larry Bird Player of the Year is University of Northern Iowa senior Seth Tuttle. Tuttle, the MVC’s active leader in both scoring and rebounding, has helped the Panthers to a 27-3 overall record and No. 11 national ranking. Tuttle, out of Sheffield/West Fork High School, is the third Panther to earn the league...
03/10/2015 - 10:09am
HAMPTON – Reaping the rewards of earning a share of the North Central Conference garnered two first team all-conference girls basketball selections. Senior post Kennedy Wohlford and junior guard Jessica Speake were two of the six first team selections voted on by conference coaches which was announced last week. Wohlford, at 6-foot-2, led...
03/10/2015 - 10:06am
HAMPTON – Hampton-Dumont senior post player Parker Claypool was the lone Bulldog to earn first team all-conference in the North Central Conference boys basketball teams, announced last week. Claypool moved up from a second team nod a year ago. He averaged 15 points per game and led H-D in blocked shots with 35, the latter of which was good...
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