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04/23/2019 - 9:34am
HAMPTON – After Hampton-Dumont No. 3 singles player Jadin Beyer dropped a one-hour, 20-minute tiebreak match against Emma Spieker, pulling the Bulldogs into a tie with South Hardin at 3-all, H-D knew it had to win two of three doubles matches to earn the win. It all came down to the last teams playing, another tiebreak for the No. 1 doubles team of Triston Rew and Erin Plagge. A back-and-...
04/16/2019 - 10:31am
GRUNDY CENTER – In spite of several close scores, Hampton-Dumont girls’ tennis left Grundy Center with a 9-0 loss on Monday, April 8. Faith Grover had the closest of them all, losing a 9-8 tiebreak at No. 6 singles. The full story appears in the April 17 print and online editions of the Hampton Chronicle.
04/16/2019 - 10:29am
HAMPTON – In spite of long rallies and taking games to deuce, Hampton-Dumont’s boys’ tennis team couldn’t pull out a win against Grundy Center on Monday, April 8 at Progress Park. There were a lot of competitive matches and though Cole Walker at No. 3 singles started slow, he rallied, only to fall short of the Spartans...
04/09/2019 - 10:21am
HAMPTON – There are literal and figurative hurdles to pass. For West Fork freshman Makia Fessler, those literal hurdles she passes fairly quickly. Hers was the only area win at the Lady Bulldog Classic on Friday, April 5 in the 400-meter hurdles, a rather quick time of 1 minute, 12.75 seconds that left her a little queasy afterward. “I...
04/09/2019 - 10:19am
PARKERSBURG – Hampton-Dumont may not have had the meet medalist or runner-up, but scored well enough as a team to win a triangular at Parkersburg’s Legend Trails course on Tuesday, April 2. The Bulldogs won over Aplington-Parkersburg and AGWSR by shooting 231. A-P scored 248 and the Cougars finished at 258. A-P’s Jaycie Ellis was...
04/09/2019 - 10:16am
ACKLEY – AGWSR had both the meet medalist and runner-up to win its own home triangular hosted by the Ackley Country Club on Tuesday, April 2. Alex Hames was the overall medalist, shooting 35, and Daniel Stahl was the medalist runner-up, one stroke behind as the Cougars shot 154 to top both Aplington-Parkersburg (169) and Hampton-Dumont (202...
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