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02/02/2016 - 12:42pm
BRITT – Even though it trailed for much of this top-five marquee meeting, West Fork remained in striking distance and a key five-point play made all of the difference to keep the Warhawks perfect in a 65-55 win at West Hancock High School. Trailing 44-41 to start the fourth quarter, Reese Halloran spotted up for a three-pointer from the right wing to tie it at 44 with 6 minutes, 45 seconds...
02/02/2016 - 12:08pm
BRITT – A 15-3 West Hancock team turned the West Fork girls’ basketball squad over way too many times for the Warhawks to be competitive in an eventual 70-37 defeat on Saturday, Jan. 30 in a cross-divisional Top of Iowa Conference game. The Eagles, once ranked in Class 1A, aggressively pressed and went for steals in taking 10-point...
02/02/2016 - 12:03pm
HAMPTON – While shooting only 30 percent from the field and even worse from beyond the three-point line, Hampton-Dumont’s boys’ basketball team found itself in an early hole it couldn’t get out of against 14-2, 9-1 (NCC) Algona in a 70-47 loss. It was the fifth straight defeat for H-D despite another double-double for...
01/26/2016 - 12:56pm
SHEFFIELD – With a three-pointer early in the second half of the Class 3A No. 7 Hampton-Dumont girls' basketball team's game, senior guard Jordan Prantner became the second Bulldog to reach the 1000-point career scoring mark on Saturday, Jan. 23. Prantner became the ninth H-D player to reach the mark in 5-on-5 history, following...
01/26/2016 - 12:49pm
HAMPTON – Folks for years haven’t called the North Central Conference wrestling tournament the ‘mini-state meet’ for nothing. Two seniors in the upper weights for Hampton-Dumont brought home the coveted and elusive titles, something only 51 H-D or Hampton wrestlers have done in the past 48 years. Logan Chipp, at 182 pounds...
01/26/2016 - 12:36pm
SHEFFIELD – Tip to finish, West Fork boys’ basketball team, ranked as high as third in Class 1A, played up to its rating in a 71-39 rout of Hampton-Dumont in the annual Coaches vs. Cancer game. By halftime, the Warhawks held a commanding 42-15 advantage and started the continuous clock soon after the fourth quarter started. West Fork...
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