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02/20/2018 - 11:35am
DES MOINES – Even if no one else believed Dalton Chipp could make some noise at the Class 2A state wrestling tournament, he was ready. The Hampton-Dumont junior 195-pounder won not only his opening match, but his quarterfinal in overtime, securing for himself a place on the podium. “I felt pretty good the first two matches,” Chipp said. “It felt good, you know, got out,...
02/06/2018 - 11:54am
HAMPTON – All of the intensity on defense that the Hampton-Dumont girls’ basketball team used in the first half came back to make it an exciting final few minutes in the Bulldogs’ 49-43 win over Humboldt. While rotating mostly six players in, coach Miranda Valley’s team built a 17-3 first quarter lead that expanded to 29-10...
02/06/2018 - 11:52am
HAMPTON – Hampton-Dumont’s boys’ basketball team came to play with energy, but somehow lost it during the halftime break in an eventual 57-28 loss at home against Humboldt. The Bulldogs trailed just 21-18 at half, but were outscored 36-10 in the final 16 minutes in falling to 1-17 on the season, 0-12 in the North Central...
01/30/2018 - 11:36am
SHEFFIELD – West Fork held up its end by winning the seventh straight game, the latest a big 60-55 victory over Top of Iowa East Conference league-leader Osage. But the Warhawks were also hoping for some help, although they didn’t get it from St. Ansgar, also on Saturday, Jan. 27, as the Saints fell at Rockford. It didn’t stop...
01/30/2018 - 11:34am
SHEFFIELD – West Fork led for much of this Top of Iowa East Conference contest against unbeaten and Class 3A fifth-ranked Osage. But the Green Devils are ranked and unbeaten for a reason, rallying by the Warhawks for the 46-39 win on Saturday, Jan. 27. “We just offensively couldn’t do enough,” West Fork coach Rodney Huber...
01/30/2018 - 11:32am
HAMPTON – Hampton-Dumont’s boys’ basketball team couldn’t get anything going against Algona on Friday, Jan. 26. Algona forced numerous turnovers with its pressure and converted on the other end on the way to a 32-14 halftime lead on the way to a 68-34 win. “We turned the ball over a lot,” H-D coach Heath Walton...
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