Sports

11/25/2014 - 5:45pm
DES MOINES – A record-breaking season meant big things for Hampton-Dumont’s football team. The Bulldogs benefited from a 10-2 season by placing five to the three Class 2A football teams voted on by the Iowa Newspaper Association. Mario Peña earned the top honor for H-D by earning first team defensive lineman. More on this story will be found in the Nov. 26 print and...
11/05/2014 - 11:57am
FORT DODGE – When the 2014 West Fork boys cross country season started, head coach Mark Twedt told a story at the welcome home pep rally of how he accidentally lodged a chisel into his thigh just before practice was to start. He used tissue paper and duct tape to try to stanch the bleeding as he ran the practice, but it was too much. By...
11/05/2014 - 11:51am
FORT DODGE – Three different first-time state competitors, three different schools, three different classes. But one thing Hampton-Dumont’s Patty Teggatz, West Fork’s Talia Rowe and IF-A/AGWSR’s Bethany Lippert have in common is they have that first state experience under their belts and know what to expect in the...
11/05/2014 - 11:48am
ACKLEY — AGWSR scored three touchdowns in a four and one-half minute span of the second quarter on Wednesday, Oct. 29 and went on to score a 41-18 victory over Algona Bishop Garrigan in a Class A first-round playoff game. The Cougars (9-1) faced Nashua-Plainfield in a playoff quarterfinal Monday. More on this story is available in the...
11/05/2014 - 11:44am
IOWA FALLS – Hampton-Dumont never led in a 3-0 sweep by Class 3A No. 8 Iowa Falls-Alden on Monday, Oct. 27. The Bulldogs managed a total of six kills in a 7-25, 9-25, 7-25 loss to the Cadets at Iowa Falls. In fact, H-D scored more points off of its blocking (seven) than its attack against an IF-A team that committed less than 10 errors...
11/04/2014 - 10:48am
BAXTER – No. 6 Hampton-Dumont won the battle of passing attacks. Heading into the Class 2A second-round game hosted by Collins-Maxwell-Baxter, everyone anticipated two good passing teams. And there was plenty of that as Cole Miller threw 6-of-15 for 122 yards and two touchdowns, one to Charlie Flickinger and the other to Kyle O’...
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