Sports

09/27/2016 - 10:56am
SHEFFIELD – Sometimes things in life are bigger than football. As West Fork head coach Eric Gabe’s hometown was ravaged by a couple of small tornadoes and extensive flooding last week, his team signed on to help with clean-up in Greene this week. In the meantime, his Warhawks showed no backing down from the top-ranked team in Class A in an eventual 41-21 loss to St. Ansgar at home on...
09/27/2016 - 10:51am
JACKSON JUNCTION – Turkey Valley lived up to its 8-Player top-five billing with a 62-8 win over visiting AGWSR on Friday, Sept. 23. The Cougars managed to roll up 263 ground yards against the Trojans, but were still no match for the powerful home team which finished with 261 ground yards and 143 passing, completing five TD passes to four...
09/27/2016 - 10:44am
ACKLEY – Trailing 20-14 in the opening set against NICL West foe Gladbrook-Reinbeck, AGWSR co-coach Betsy Harms called timeout. After that, the Cougars rallied to take a 23-22 lead to force a Wolverine timeout of their own, going on to win the opener by a 27-25 score. That would set up a 3-1 match victory for AGWSR as it improved to 5-12...
09/27/2016 - 10:41am
SHEFFIELD – Class 3A No. 15 Osage came in to West Fork High School on Tuesday, Sept. 20 and effectively quick set its way to a 25-18, 25-14, 25-22 sweep of the Warhawks. The Green Devils (8-8, 6-0 TOI East) pulled away in the late stage of the opening set, took control in the second and then rallied from six down on more than a few occasions...
09/27/2016 - 10:38am
ROCKWELL – Both individual high school champions for West Fork at the Warhawks’ home meet at Linn Grove Country Club say they need a little rest and recovery. Nonetheless, it didn’t stop Kenna Weaver and Jacob Hansen from easily taking the individual titles on Monday, Sept. 19. Weaver led the girls to a second-place finish behind...
09/20/2016 - 10:17am
HAMPTON – When the No. 2 team in Class 2A with a reputation for throwing the ball started running on Hampton-Dumont, it made for a long night in the Bulldogs’ homecoming game. New Hampton did throw the ball, but started out with the run, accumulating 228 yards on the ground in the 42-14 win over H-D on Friday, Sept. 16. “Yeah,...
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