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SIXTH POWER

CORALVILLE — No matter what happened at the Iowa High School Athletic Association's Class 2A State Dual Team Tournament, the Webster City wrestling team was going to come home with some hardware. It was all a matter of how high they could climb. The No. 7-ranked Lynx landed sixth in the ...

NO DRAMA NECESSARY: Lynx boys lock down Humboldt in Top-10 tilt

In their previous two meetings, the Webster City boys’ basketball team and Humboldt have kept their respective supporters on the edge of their seats. And both times, Webster City senior guard Ty McKinney pulled off late heroics to lift the Lynx to victory. This past Friday at the historic ...

END OF THE JOURNEY…FOR NOW

CORALVILLE — Before heading off to the Iowa Girls High School Athletic Union’s State Wrestling Championships, which started last Thursday and concluded this past Friday at the Xtream Arena, Webster City’s Maddie Pulis had a big goal in mind. As a member of the Fort Dodge girls’ ...

Humboldt girls too much for Lynx

From the perspective of Webster City head girls’ basketball coach Mark Fisher, his team taking small steps in the right direction. Even if that final score indicates otherwise. The Lynx girls had some growing pains in their North Central Conference clash with Humboldt, as Webster City fell ...

NOW OR NEVER

At the beginning of the season, the Webster City wrestling team seemed primed for the bigger stage. The Lynx’s triple threat - senior CJ Hisler, senior Jaxon Cherry and junior Carson Doolittle - appeared ready for greater glory in February. As the winter campaign marched on, the Webster City ...

Webster City ready for Top-10 encounter with Humboldt

When the Iowa High School Athletic Association released its latest round of boys’ basketball rankings this past Monday, the North Central Conference saw three teams among Class 3A’s Top 10. The latter two of those three NCC squads happened to be the seventh-rated Webster City boys’ ...