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20 min ago | The Daily Freeman-Journal
With No. 10 Gilbert in the field, it's safe to assume the Webster City girls' soccer team wasn't the pick to win yesterday's Boone Tournament.
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4 hrs ago | The Messenger
The Fort Dodge girls tennis team had no problem taking care of Des Moines North here Tuesday evening at Dodger Courts, posting an easy 9-0 victory.
4 hrs ago | The Messenger
The Lynx tallied 87 points. Clear Lake took home top honors. Humboldt placed third, while St. Edmond was seventh.
The boys' track meet was won by Albia, which earned the victory with 156 overall points.
Despite the chilly temperatures, the Turkey Valley girls and boys track teams showed strong results at New Hampton Thursday night.
It was a cold night on the track for the Decorah boys track team Thursday night in West Delaware.
The No. 3 in Class 1A Mid-Prairie High School boys' soccer team hosted Williamsburg in a non-conference match last night.
Govi Punj and Sam Stickels were the star attractions Monday in the boys' tennis match between Fairfield High School and Maharishi School of the Age of Enlightenment.
A four-goal win didn't do much to erase the disappointment that came from the first half in the eyes of Webster City boys' soccer coach Craig Signorin yesterday evening at Lynx Field.
The winds howled and never relented, making yesterday's Bengal Relays that much tougher on a large contingent of teams that included Webster City and South Hamilton.
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The first full day of the Drake Relays is Thursday in Des Moines. Siouxland athletes finally got some good weather to compete in at the Knight Relays in Orange City, hosted by Unity Christian.
Demon senior Mason Quigley goes on the offensive. Quigley is currently fourth in Class 2A in the state in goals scored and leads the team in points.
On Thursday, April 17 the Mid-Prairie High School girls' soccer team hosted the Columbus Community Wildcats for a non-conference match.
Washington senior Chayse Jaspering pushes the ball upfield. Jaspering is tied for the team lead in points so far this season.
Thursday's Pantherette Relays at Pekin High School gave the Pekin girls' track team a chance to showcase their talents once again.
Webster City sophomore Allie Flaws and South Hamilton senior Devin Howard are both goal-oriented each and every time they jump into the starting blocks.