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Webster City Lynx

Bultena runs alone, places 87th in Class 3A

FORT DODGE - Tyler Bultena was surrounded by 130 other runners and yet he felt all alone as he toured the terrain at Lakeside Golf Course on a near-perfect fall afternoon on Saturday.Without his teammates to help push and pull him along, the Webster City junior wasn't in his comfort zone at the ...

Lynx head to Heelan with 4A state trip on the line

WEBSTER CITY - Defy the long odds and send shock waves around the state, that's what the Webster City volleyball team will attempt to do tonight when it makes the 143-mile trek to Sioux City to face fourth-ranked Bishop Heelan in the Class 4A Region 1 final.It won't be easy, reaching the state ...

No. 6 Lynx have their work cut out for them against No. 5 Norwalk

WEBSTER CITY - Sixth-ranked Webster City has been down this road before.Written off. Doubted. Cast aside. Forgotten quickly despite what has been accomplished over the last two months.But here's the interesting part: that's fine with head coach Bob Howard and his players. Chuckle if you want ...

ALIVE AND SPIKING

WEBSTER CITY - Already down a set and staring at five set points against, the Webster City volleyball team was cooked Tuesday night. We're talking bacon sizzling on the way too hot to touch griddle cooked.Just one more mistake and hello 0-2 hole. The match, the season, it was all likely to ...

Bultena with nothing to lose at state XC

WEBSTER CITY - The atmosphere will all be new for Webster City junior Tyler Bultena on Saturday when he represents the Lynx program at the state cross country meet.But what won't be new are his surroundings, and that could work to his advantage.Following a career-best 5K time of 17:03 at last ...

IHSAA announces new baseball pitch count policy

WEBSTER CITY - The strategic maneuverings of prep baseball coaches just got a little trickier following the introduction of a pitch count policy by the Iowa High School Athletic Association.The IHSAA revealed the new rules on Wednesday and they will be effective beginning next spring. It will ...