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SLOW START

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WEBSTER CITY — A second slow start in as many nights made it tough for the Webster City girls here Monday night in their home opener, as Carroll posted a 61-39 victory. Alley Odland scored 13 points and Chloe Andersen added 11 for the Lynx (0-2 overall), who fell to Boone last week, 69-41. ...

Cherry earns All-State honors

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WEBSTER CITY — After another strong season on the ground, Webster City's Jaxon Cherry was honored by the Iowa Print Sports Writers Association. Cherry, who rushed for over 1,800 yards, was named to the Class 4A first team. This past season, the junior led the Lynx into the playoffs, ...

Lynx girls come up short in season debut

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BOONE — The Webster City girls got their season started here Friday night, as the Lynx came up short against Boone, 69-41. Alley Odland scored 11 points and had nine rebounds with four assists, while Livia Kasch added nine points and four rebounds. The Toreadors led 19-8 after the first ...

HONORING THE FINEST

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WEBSTER CITY — The Iowa Hall of Fame and Racing Museum honored 20 new members in its 2022 induction class during a sold-out, capacity-crowd ceremony at Briggs Woods Conference Center this past weekend. Bill Beckman, John Connolly, Dale DeFrance, Ron Jackson, Les Wildin, Gary Crawford, John ...

Net honors

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A number of area players were named to the Iowa Girls Coaches Association all-district volleyball team, the IGCA announced recently. In Class 4A, Humboldt’s Addie Thompson and Livvy Becker were joined by Webster City’s Alley Odland and Reese Casey on the West team. From 3A, Algona’s ...

Lynx players pack all-district teams

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Quietly but consistently, the Webster City football program continues to produce winning teams and quality student-athletes under the direction of head coach Bob Howard. The 2022 campaign was no exception, as seven Lynx players landed on Class 4A, District 1’s first team. Junior Jaxon ...