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Iowa Hall of Fame and Racing Museum to induct its newest class Saturday night

WEBSTER CITY — The Iowa Hall of Fame and Racing Museum will induct its newest class of members on Saturday, as the Briggs Woods Conference Center will host the event starting at 5 p.m. Following a social hour, Master of Ceremonies Todd Foster will open the event at 6 p.m. An estimated 200 ...

NO SHAME SETBACK

CEDAR RAPIDS — A mixture of sweat and tears crept down the cheek of Jamin Stuhr as he stood rigidly and hung on every word out of Webster City head coach Bob Howard’s mouth as the wind whipped around them at Saints Field late Friday night. Stuhr’s prep football career was over, that ...

LYNX FOOTBALL NOTES – PLAYOFFS EDITION

MAKE IT A DOZEN: With 68 yards rushing on 14 carries in Friday’s Class 4A state quarterfinal against Cedar Rapids Xavier, Webster City junior wingback CJ Hisler went over 1,000 yards on the season. He finished with 1,032 yards. That makes it 12 consecutive seasons in which WCHS has had a ...

LEGENDS FOREVER LINKED

WEBSTER CITY — The moment called for a celebration, even if for a split second, but Bob Howard wasn’t in the mood as he sat with his head down inside the Webster City football team shed following a 57-20 victory over Norwalk in the first round of the Class 4A state playoffs last Friday ...

HUNGRY ’DOGS

WEBSTER CITY — Ty McKinney found himself in one of those moments where he didn’t know for sure, but, deep down, he knew. And so did his teammates. Webster City’s junior spinback stood in the east end zone at Lynx Field just minutes after he and his teammates had taken 10th-ranked ...

A PLAYOFFS FLEX

WEBSTER CITY — Bob Howard has now coached 154 games in 15 seasons at Webster City, and entering Friday only three times had his teams rushed for 500 yards in a single game. Go ahead and make it four. And it may have been the most impressive offensive performance of them all. No. ...