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McBride wastes no time in winning his first MMA pro title

September 23, 2014 WEBSTER CITY — Michael McBride got into another fist fight Friday night, and like so many of his other tussles the Webster City mixed martial artist walked out of the cage without a scratch on his... more »»

IT’S OVER EARLY

September 22, 2014 ALGONA — Back-to-back plays early in the third quarter spoke volumes about Drew Fielder’s hunger to be back on the football field on a picturesque Friday night for football. more »»

Trojans final homecoming a successful celebration

September 22, 2014 BLAIRSBURG — Fans came out in droves on Friday to celebrate the past, cheer on the present and probably speculate about the future here Friday night. more »»

Hard-nosed Hawks avoid 0-2 district start

September 22, 2014 JEWELL — Starting 0-2 in any district is cause for concern. Starting 0-2 in Class 1A District 7? Catastrophic comes to mind. more »»

WCHS spikers go 2-3 at Forest City tourney

September 22, 2014 FOREST CITY — Defensive execution and offensive aggression at net were the clear cut strengths of the Webster City volleyball team at Saturday’s Forest City Invite. Serving? Well ... not so much. more »»

Perin, Biere top finishers for Lynx at Kuemper Invite

September 22, 2014 CARROLL — Wet, sloppy conditions made for an interesting trek around Swan Lake during Saturday’s Carroll Kuemper Cross Country Invitational. Some runners persevered better than other. more »»

Lynx head to Algona with momentum

September 19, 2014 ALGONA — It’s unusual to be 0-3 and yet upbeat, but that’s precisely where the Webster City football team sits leading up to tonight’s Class 3A District 2 showdown at Algon. more »»

Lynx spikers take care of Bulldogs in 3

September 19, 2014 WEBSTER CITY — Attack or defend, those were the choices and Hannah Myers had a difficult time deciding. When you’re as good as she is at both, choosing isn’t as easy as it sounds. more »»

VOLLEYBALL BRIEFS: Hawks, Trojets, Lynx JV and freshmen

September 19, 2014 HAWKS SWEEP SAYDEL: The South Hamilton volleyball team improved to 12-4 overall and 4-0 in the Heart of Iowa Conference with a sweep of Saydel, 25-14, 25-18, 25-10, last night in Des Moines. more »»

Trojans welcome Eagles for school’s final homecoming

September 19, 2014 BLAIRSBURG — Northeast Hamilton welcomes Ankeny Christian to town this evening for the school’s final homecoming football game. Both teams are coming off lopsided losses last wee. more »»

Hawks, Cougars both enter feeling like they need a win

September 19, 2014 JEWELL — It’s hard to imagine that a “must-win” game will take place in Week 4, but that’s kind of how it feels as South Hamilton gets set to host Class 1A District 7 rival Manson-Northwest Webster... more »»

Royals deny Trojets upset bid in five sets

September 18, 2014 BLAIRSBURG — Pack the Gym Night at Northeast Hamilton certainly brought out the fans and the fight from the Trojet volleyball team here Tuesday night. more »»

Hawks’ block party leads to four-set win over PCM

September 18, 2014 MONROE — A slow start wasn’t enough to completely derail the South Hamilton volleyball team here Tuesday night. The Hawks eventually found their footing, and in turn buried Prairie City-Monroe. more »»

BOYS: Veterans power WCHS, duo takes SH to 5th-place results

September 17, 2014 WEBSTER CITY — Surrounded by a trio of Dallas Center-Grimes runners, Webster City senior Jacob Perin couldn’t see any of his teammates as he completed the first mile at Monday’s 34th Ballard... more »»

GIRLS: WCHS lacks aggression, SH survives being short-handed

September 17, 2014 HUXLEY — Tony Bussan proved to his Webster City girls’ cross country team that coach knows best during Monday’s 34th Ballard Invitational at the Ballard Golf and Country Club. more »»

PREP BRIEFS: football, cross country

September 17, 2014 NEH HOMECOMING NEWS: Northeast Hamilton will celebrate its final homecoming Friday night and the school would like the stands to be packed. Friday’s 7 p.m. more »»

Iowa staring at a painful season unless Ferentz scraps predictability

September 16, 2014 I’ve never had a root canal. I’ve never been asked by a doctor to turn my head and cough. I’ve never had to endure a Taylor Swift concert. more »»

UNLEASH THE BEAST

September 15, 2014 WEBSTER CITY — Gavin Dinsdale’s pants were caked in mud. more »»

Stopping Madrid? Hawks say easier said than done

September 15, 2014 MADRID — Game after game, year after year teams gear up to stop Madrid’s potent wishbone offense. And game after game, year after year those same teams walk away disheartened. more »»

Adair-Casey thumps turnover-prone Trojans

September 15, 2014 CASEY — Different week, same frustrations. more »»

 
 
 

 

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