Sports

05/27/2015 - 11:30am
DES MOINES – Save for a repeat performance by Drew Engebretson in the 800, the area was thwarted for medals by a few close calls on Friday and Saturday of the state track & field meet. Engebretson, who finished sixth a year ago coming out of the first section, was among the second section and got his career best time in the event by five-tenths of a second. However, it didn’t...
05/13/2015 - 11:02am
FOREST CITY – Madison Mason has changed course and will now play softball at Waldorf College. After the Hampton senior signed with AIB, the school announced it was closing its doors, gifting itself to the University of Iowa, sending Mason shopping for a new school. She found it at Waldorf College out of Forest City, when she signed with the...
05/06/2015 - 11:20am
HAMPTON – Ask the seniors taking part in Friday’s Co-Ed Bulldog Relays and they find it hard to believe that state-qualifying is only a few weeks away. That will mark the end of their school year, and for some, the end of their athletic career. That being said, personal marks were recorded at Hampton as the Hampton-Dumont girls were...
05/06/2015 - 11:16am
SHEFFIELD – The Warhawks’ boys golf team recorded four of the five low scores at their own home quadrangular on Tuesday, April 28 at Ridge Stone Golf Course to win handily. Coach Doug Sheriff’s squad hit a new team nine-hole low score with 169 to top North Butler, Nashua-Plainfield and Northwood-Kensett. Kyle Schulz was the meet...
05/06/2015 - 11:09am
HAMPTON – Survival of the fittest. When Hampton-Dumont’s Edgar Romo was warming up for his No. 3 singles tennis match against Ben Stanish of South Hardin on Monday, April 27, the two were comparing notes on who was less fit. Even though Edgar Romo is a two-sport athlete this Spring, also competing for coach Steve Winsor’s CAL/H-D...
05/06/2015 - 11:05am
LATIMER – Class 1A No. 7 Gladbrook-Reinbeck/North Tama came out aggressive in an eventual 7-1 boys soccer win over the CAL/H-D/B-K Cadets on Tuesday, April 28. The Rebels scored five first-half goals, three in the first 15 minutes of play, and often left Cadet goalkeeper Juan Trinidad sprawling on the ground. At one point in the match, time...
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