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In 2018, the Turkey Valley volleyball team only had one senior. This year, they possess a whopping nine seniors as they try to improve on their 4-22 record. “Last year was a building year for us, and with almost everyone returning this season, we are ready to use that to our advantage,” senior...
New Hampton’s Ashton McShane is one of just two juniors out for cross country this fall.
With just two total seniors - both girls - the New Hampton cross country team will be extremely young. However, they hope to improve upon last season, where the men’s team placed sixth and the girls’ squad finished last of the seven teams that participated in the Northeast Iowa Conference Meet. “I’...
Elliott Dietzenbach breaks through for a big gain.
The Turkey Valley football team is coming off of a season that saw them boast a record of 8-1 in the regular season before losing to the eventual state runner-up Rockford in the playoffs in a heartbreaker by a score of 64-58. Even though they had an excellent year in 2018, the reason Trojan fans...
Although New Hampton graduated a large senior class that led the Chickasaws to their first state tournament in 45 years, it has three key players — Rachel Rinken, Kiersten Tenge and Ashlynn Tank back to make another run at Cedar Rapids this fall.
Although the New Hampton volleyball team made the state tournament last season, the Chickasaws will have to replace a substantial amount of production heading into the 2019 campaign.  However, the goal for the Chickasaws is to make it back to the U.S. Cellular Center for the second straight year. “...
St. Joe’s Principal Christina Carlton gets one last batch of snacks into her cart during her shopping spree at Fareway.
They came in with a plan, a scouting report if you will, and boy oh boy, did it pay off for the St. Joseph Community School “Shopping Quartet.” “We met at the store before we started and mapped out our route around the store,” St. Joe’s Principal Christina Carlton said. “We knew we didn’t have a...
Turkey Valley’s Josie Weber was the lone freshman in the Upper Iowa to be selected as a first team player after a breakout season.
Although they had a rough start to the season - possessing a record of 1-6 to start the 2019 campaign - the Turkey Valley softball team turned their year around to boast an overall record of 18-16. This included a third place finish in the Upper Iowa Conference, as they were 11-5 in conference...
Kacey Olson grabs a throw at second base in a game against Turkey Valley’s varsity earlier in the season.
New Hampton’s JV softball team closed out their season with three wins, concluding a superb season. The girls defeated North Fayette Valley, Decorah and South Winn to finish the season with a 16-1 record. Kiersten Tenge pitched all three wins, with an exceptional game against North Fayette Valley,...
New Hampton High School graduate Cole McDonald notched his first win for the Tri-City ValleyCats on Monday, August 5. With the score tied at 0-0 heading into the seventh, McDonald entered the game in relief and hurled the final three innings, allowing one run on four hits and one walk while setting...
The Chickasaw Booster Club enlists the help of high school art student for its programs this year.
The Chickasaw Booster Club wanted to do something “different” and Angel Antonio wanted to bring some “energy” the athletic programs that fans receive at various New Hampton High School sporting events. The “marriage” worked out just fine, and for the first time in years, New Hampton’s program cover...
New Hampton’s Bill Boyd, who is with his wife Connie and daughter Abby, is honored by the Iowa High School Athletic Association at the state baseball tournament earlier this month.
When Bill Boyd heard the news about his induction into the Iowa High School Athletic Association’s Hall of Fame, he wasn’t sure what to think. “I think the first thing I thought was, ‘Really?’ Not that I’m not honored but to me, I was thinking there are other guys who are more deserving than me,”...

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