Sports

12/06/2016 - 1:47pm
LATIMER – Only two years ago CAL’s Israel Rivera started on the basketball team with Austin Guerrero. Now, as a junior, Rivera is being coached by him. With a good start the Cadets have began the season 2-0 for the first time in several years – even more than either can remember – after a 60-44 win over Waterloo Christian on Saturday, Dec. 3. “It’s great...
12/06/2016 - 1:10pm
HAMPTON – Clear Lake’s trapping full-court press got to Hampton-Dumont’s boys’ basketball team early and often in a 72-32 loss to the Lions on Friday, Dec. 2. The visitors forced numerous turnovers from start to finish in the North Central Conference opener. “We obviously didn’t handle the pressure very well,...
11/29/2016 - 11:53am
LATIMER – Forcing turnovers into points was the big key for Clarksville in its 62-19 season-opening road win over CAL on Tuesday, Nov. 22. The Indians came up with 27 steals, more than half converted into baskets or points from the free throw line as they opened 1-0, 1-0 in the Iowa Star North. “That is one thing with this group that...
11/29/2016 - 11:50am
SHEFFIELD – Synergy Physical Therapy and Sports Medicine is excited to announce the Monday, Dec. 5 opening of its new clinic in the West Fork Wellness Center. Owner, Kurt Walderbach (PT, MBA, SCS, ATC) brings with him 30 years experience with children to pro athletes to elders and is eager to provide excellent, individualized care. More on...
11/22/2016 - 11:51am
HAMPTON – One day, Hampton’s Christian Miller says he woke up and decided he was going to work to become a rodeo bull rider. On Saturday, Nov. 19 during the Winter Series at the Franklin County Fairgrounds in Hampton, he competed in front of the home crowd. “I woke up one morning and decided to go to practice – I started...
11/22/2016 - 1:01am
DES MOINES – AGWSR senior Nathan Karsjens was voted to the Iowa Newspaper Association’s first team, announced early Tuesday morning. Karsjens, a 6-foot-6, 240-pound senior, received the first team nod as a punter. He was one of two for the Cougars who were voted to the three INA’s all-state 8-Player teams. Read...
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