Thursday October 30, 2014
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...
10/28/2014 - 11:59am
NASHUA – Keep calm everyone, Peyton Twedt and the West Fork boys cross country team will be returning to the state cross country meet.
There have been questions about last year’s state runner-up lately, however. The senior may be feeling the pressure in his final season after dominating every single race of his junior campaign....
10/28/2014 - 11:56am
NASHUA – No surprise that No. 14-ranked West Fork freshman runner Talia Rowe is making a trip to the state cross country meet.
It isn’t a surprise, either, that her older sister, Maya, is also going.
What may come as a small stunner is that Maya Rowe finished ahead of her younger sister for the first time this season in the Class...
10/28/2014 - 11:50am
CLARKSVILLE – CAL sophomore Kaylea Rew doesn’t even know what got into her.
The Cadets’ outside hitter started serving with her team leading 6-5 in the fourth set of the Class 1A Region 5 opener against Clarksville.
Sixteen serves and two Indians’ timeouts later, Rew had collected nine aces and a 21-6 CAL lead....
10/28/2014 - 11:43am
LATIMER – When outsiders saw that CAL was facing another winless team in the season finale, it sprung some hope that the losing streak would finally end.
But the Cadets were severely depleted – down to 10 players after starting the season with 15 – and facing a team that had size as well as numbers for the 8-Man game played...