Evan Kalainoff

Nashua-Plainfield’s Evan Kalainoff puts the finishing touches on a pin of North Tama’s Tyler Morrison during Saturday’s Class 1A sectional tournament at Clarksville.
The goal for the Nashua-Plainfield wrestling team was simple Saturday: Win a Class 1A sectional team title. The Huskies accomplished their mission, although it didn’t go quite the way coach Al Frost envisioned. “We had some disappointment, I’m not going to kid you,” the veteran coach said after his...
Nashua-Plainfield’s Evan Kalainoff works for an escape during a tournament earlier this season.
If there is a rule when it comes to high school wrestling, it is this: Time speeds up after Christmas. “Three weeks from this Saturday, we’re wrestling at sectionals,” Nashua-Plainfield coach Al Frost said earlier this week. “You get to Christmas and all of a sudden, it’s go time.” The good news...
Evan Kalainoff, who finished Friday’s game with 15 tackle points, shoves a runner out of bounds during a game played earlier this season.
The Nashua-Plainfield football team is in desperate need of some good news, and it might finally get some this Friday. “Our injured guys are trickling back in, and we’re not going to be full strength yet, but we’re getting a lot of them back,” said coach Nick Lamphier, whose team fell to 0-5 with a...
Evan Kalainoff, left, makes up the “stagger” in the sprint medley relay at last week’s New Hampton Coed Invitational.
The outdoor opener for Nashua-Plainfield’s boys track team was scheduled to be run on March 26, but this pesky thing called winter got in the way.And it stayed in the way through three more cancellations, but finally, the Huskies got a chance to compete outdoors last Thursday, and then they had to...
Austin Lines was one of a number of Nashua-Plainfield track athletes who are coming on strong as the postseason nears.
Even stricken with strep throat, it’s hard not to hear the excitement in the voice of Nashua-Plainfield boys track coach Chase Sudol.  “These kids have worked extremely hard for me,” Sudol said after the Huskies finished a strong third at the Sumner-Fredericksburg Coed Monday night, “and to see...
Nashua-Plainfield freshman Evan Kalainoff anchored the Huskies’ to a sprint medley relay title at the Osage Coed last week.
Maybe last week’s Pirate Relays was just what the proverbial doctor ordered for the Nashua-Plainfield boys track team.  Two days after finishing a solid fourth at the Osage Coed, Nashua-Plainfield had to settle for a 12th-place finish Thursday night at one of the larger regular seasons meets around...
Dorothy Huber/Reporter Nashua-Plainfield’s Caleb Ulrichs stretches to hand the baton to teammate Dawson Lamborn in the 4x200 at the West Fork Early Bird that was held in Nashua last week.
The numbers are encouraging, but so, too, were the results from Nashua-Plainfield’s first boys track meet of the season.  “We’ve got a lot of kids out, and that gives us some flexibility to do some things,” first-year head coach Chase Sudol said of his 27-man roster, which is more than double the...
Nashua-Plainfield freshman Evan Kalainoff puts the finishing touches on a pin of St. Ansgar’s Shaw Hulshizer in a quadrangular the Huskies played host to last Thursday.
Al Frost has coached Plainfield and Nashua-Plainfield teams to 381 dual victories during his long career.  But he experienced a first last Thursday night when his Huskies won a dual meet without winning a match on the mat.  “That, I’m 99.999 percent sure, has never happened before,” Frost said of...
Jakob Whitinger uses his “all-out, never-say-die” attitude during a match at the Nashua-Plainfield Invitational earlier this season.
The wins for the Nashua-Plainfield wrestling team were nice, but the losses and the lessons they taught may be just as important.  In the end, coach Al Frost will take the first half of the season that came to an end with a 2-1 night at the Huskies’ home quadrangular and a solid 2-4 showing at the...
Nashua-Plainfield’s Evan Kalainoff (53) and Levi Enright stop St. Ansgar’s Dayton Smith after a short gain during Monday’s Class A, District opener on Monday night.
Let’s get one thing out of the way first: Nashua-Plainfield football coach Chase Sudol doesn’t like losing to anyone — even if it’s the top-ranked team in the state — 41-7.But there were a couple of reasons — heart and health — Sudol was smiling after Monday night’s loss to St. Ansgar.“I saw a lot...

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