Sports

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, they’re QB, (Carter) Stochl, had almost 600...
09/13/2016 - 9:57am
WAVERLY – It isn’t easy to medal at the Wartburg high school cross country invitational held at Hertel Field on the college campus at Waverly. The meet, which runs by grade/gender division each year, gives medals to only the top eight finishers in each division. So far, Hampton-Dumont junior Patty Teggatz is three-for-three. Read more...
09/13/2016 - 9:54am
LATIMER – It wasn’t a lack of attack for the CAL volleyball team, it was just making the hits count. The Cadets committed 21 hitting errors in a 3-0 sweep by Iowa Star Conference opponent GMG at CAL High School on Tuesday, Sept. 6. In a six-point span in the opening set, five hitting errors helped the Wolverines build a 7-2 advantage...
09/06/2016 - 2:27pm
HUMBOLDT – Improvement was there, but handling a potent passing attack like Humboldt is not what the young Hampton-Dumont football team needed as it fell to 0-2 with a 51-14 non-district loss on Friday, Sept. 1. The Wildcats’ senior quarterback Drew Thomas threw six touchdown passes on 19-of-28 attempts for 251 yards with no...
09/06/2016 - 2:21pm
SHEFFIELD – Since Jacqlyn Caspers stands 6-foot-4, it is taken for granted that she can spike the ball. She can, but what impressed in her performance in West Fork’s sweep of Top of Iowa Conference foe Northwood-Kensett was her serving ability. The Warhawk junior went on a 11-point run, including six aces, in the opening set that...
08/30/2016 - 11:58am
 ACKLEY — Nathan Karsjens ran for three touchdowns and threw for two Friday as AGWSR won its first-ever eight-player football game, 55-28, over highly-regarded Colo-Nesco.     The Cougars (1-0) out-gained the Royals by more than 180 yards and forced four turnovers while not turning the ball over itself.   ...
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