Lynx girls edged by H-D/C

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WEBSTER CITY — The Webster City girls had a chance to claim their second NCC victory of the season Tuesday night. In the end, though, Hampton-Dumont/CAL escaped with a 41-39 victory. “While it’s tough to go into break on a tough loss like that, it is also heartening to know we are ...

Steen reflects on historic Wartburg run

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WAVERLY — Dylan Steen understands the historical significance of what the Wartburg football team accomplished this fall. For the first time in program history, the tradition-rich Knights reached the NCAA Div. III playoff semifinals, nearly advancing to the title game before coming up short ...

Strong Outing

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Chad Hisler knows what his team’s potential is in February. The Lynx just have to fight through the process in order to reach it. Webster City stayed in the team chase at the Don Miller Invitational on Saturday until the end, ultimately bringing home the bronze. The fifth-ranked (Class 2A) ...


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WEBSTER CITY — CJ Hisler has played the role of football star, wrestling medalist, state track qualifier and an all-state baseball performer. Everything takes a back seat to schoolwork for the Webster City High School senior, though — an area where Hisler arguably shines brightest. The ...


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FORT DODGE — Mark Fisher waited six games to see the sense of joy and excitement on the faces of his Webster City girls. Fisher finally got to experience that here Tuesday night as the Lynx topped St. Edmond for their first win of the season, 45-31. Livia Kasch scored nine points with 10 ...

No. 6 Lynx boys easily handle SE

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FORT DODGE — The Webster City boys are still trying to find some traction here early in the season. After getting a late start and with a first-year head coach in Brett Ratcliff, the sixth-ranked (Class 3A) Lynx are looking more and more comfortable with each game. They showed that here ...