By Bob Fenske
New Hampton gave its veteran coach his 200th win Friday night, and the Chickasaws did so in vintage fashion.
By Kelly Terpstra
Of the Reporter
Nashua-Plainfield won its fifth match in its last seven contests this past Tuesday in Sheffield against West Fork.
If Kadence Huck says it, you should probably believe it.
The Nashua-Plainfield Husky cross country team didn’t post any earth-shattering times at Mayne’s Grove – but what a day to run.
There’s just one meet to go for Sarah Bakula’s small contingent of runners before her Trojans begin the postseason.
Campbelle Kolbet’s cross country story is, in a word, remarkable.
Peyton Anderson’s modus operandi when it comes to cross country is to hang back a bit and start picking off runners late in the race.
There was no doubt in this rout.
With a roster full of sophomore and juniors – top-ranked Grundy Center isn’t going anywhere, anytime soon.
Leave it to the color green to be an unlucky hue for the Huskies, but not at Central Springs.
Girls just want to have fun.
The big boys are rolling into town tonight.
We’ll see if the Huskies can muster up enough bite to back up their bark.
The Waukon Invite on Tuesday, Sept. 20 saw three Turkey Valley runners take to the course last week.