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The seniors for the New Hampton baseball team will have a chance to make history this season, as they have an opportunity to win their fifth straight conference title.  While that would be a great accomplishment, they have a bigger goal in mind - to make the state baseball tournament. During their...
In three meets last week, the Turkey Valley trapshooting team boasted two perfect 50s.  Not only did individuals shine for the Trojans, but the squads had some of their best scores of the season as well. The first 50 came during their home dual against Echo Valley. Brody Hackman didn’t miss a bird...
Although they played far from their best on Monday, the New Hampton girls golf team was still able to cruise to a victory in the first round of regionals at Jesup Golf and Country Club and advance to the regional finals. With a team score of 365, the Chickasaws bested runner-up Sumner-...
Against many extremely deep and talented Northeast Iowa Conference foes, the New Hampton boys golf team placed fourth of the seven schools who competed in the conference meet last Monday at Waukon. It was far from the Chickasaws’ best day, as the squad had just two golfers shoot under a 90. One of...
Members of the New Hampton golf team — (from left) coach Bill Glenn, Hunter Pesek, Connor Hackman, Ryan Anderson, Wyatt Stochl, Alex Kreiner and Justin Reinking — pose for a photo after winning the Class 2A district title.
Normally, rain and golf coexisting does not have a positive outcome. However, the boys golf team for New Hampton is far from normal, and they proved it on Friday. With precipitation falling from the sky most of the day, the Chickasaws managed to post one of their best outings of the season at the...
Turkey Valley’s Rachelle Smith intently watches her putt roll toward the hole during the Class 1A first-round regional tournament that was held last Monday.
There were no surprises when Turkey Valley’s girls competed at the Class 1A regionals last Monday, according to coach John Reicks. “Realistically going in to the meet, I was hoping we could eke out a fourth place finish and that is exactly what happened,” he said after his team’s season came to an...
Turkey Valley’s Jalyssa Blazek rounds the curve as she runs the anchor leg of the distance medley for the Trojans at the Class 1A state track meet.
Turkey Valley junior Elliott Dietzenbach couldn’t help but laugh when asked about the difference between Thursday’s 4x800 and Friday’s distance medley at the Class 1A state track meet. “The 20 degrees difference was nice, really nice,” Dietzenbach said, “but seriously, I think the big thing was the...
New Hampton’s Rachel Rinken gives it everything she has as she leaps into the long jump pit at the Class 2A state track meet last Thursday.
Rachel Rinken knew she had to “hit” that first jump at the Class 2A state track meet last Thursday. A little less than a month ago, the New Hampton junior had been involved in a farm accident, and she still isn’t anywhere near 100 percent. “I knew the first one was huge,” Rinken said, “just because...
New Hampton senior Noah Fenske watches his 60-foot throw at the Class 2A state track and field meet last Thursday.
This wasn’t the way it was supposed to end, but New Hampton senior Noah Fenske was one discus throw away Friday from seeing his brilliant track career end in utter disappointment. A day after becoming the first Chickasaw to ever win a state title in a field event with a dominating performance in...
The annual selfie — coach Eric Olson with the state qualifying Chickasaw girls, along with assistant coach Paul Ewert.
On a windy Monday, New Hampton's girls finished 37 strokes lower than any other team at Region 3 of the Class 2A regional finals. The win  advances the girls to the state tournament, which will start next Tuesday, May 28 in Ames.  The 339 scored by the Chickasaw girls was, in fact, the lowest score...

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