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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...
01/19/2016 - 11:39am
ACKLEY – Serenaded by his team with a rendition of the “Happy Birthday” song and handed a cake, AGWSR wrestling coach Chad Gerbracht capped off a day in which his Cougars finished third at their own tournament on Saturday, Jan. 16. The only thing that might have been icing on his cake was winning it all, but Gerbracht was...
01/19/2016 - 11:35am
HAMPTON – Even with his shot not falling, Hampton-Dumont senior Dayton Gooder kept on just like his teammates in a 62-46 thumping of Iowa Falls-Alden on Friday, Jan. 15. The Bulldogs ran out to a 22-6 early lead against the Cadets and could have hit cruise control after a 41-16 halftime advantage. He insisted that wasn't the case. "...
01/19/2016 - 11:32am
HAMPTON – Start to finish, the Class 3A No. 12 Hampton-Dumont girls’ basketball team had a stress free contest over Iowa Falls-Alden on Friday, Jan. 15 in a 66-27 rout over the Cadets. Three different starters scored in double figures as the Bulldogs improved to 9-2 overall, 6-1 in the North Central Conference. It was much-needed after...
01/12/2016 - 12:41pm
HAMPTON – So many things were fitting for Hampton-Dumont senior guard Jessica Speake earning her 1000th career point on Friday night. First and foremost, it came in a 74-28 win against rival Fort Dodge St. Edmond, a team that has battled the Bulldogs for North Central Conference prowess throughout her career. “It was definitely good...
01/12/2016 - 12:35pm
HAMPTON – East Buchanan brought a microwave to Saturday’s Hampton-Dumont wrestling duals. And, like the appliance, the Bucs heated up fast in winning the tournament. All things considered, Hampton-Dumont wrestling coach Nick Bretz was happier with the effort his Bulldogs put forth in the home dual tournament than in its first home meet...
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