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3 hrs ago | Iowa City Press-Citizen
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5 hrs ago | The Messenger
The sixth-ranked St. Edmond wrestling team will get a chance to work through some rough spots as they travel to Manson for the Doug Wood Cougar Invitational today.
9 hrs ago | The Des Moines Register
The Bondurant-Farrar volleyball team ended a season one win short of a state tournament berth.
A thriller, a squeaker and a rout. The wins came in all different forms for the Mid-Prairie wrestling team Thursday night.
Rue won the match by pin in 2:39. See more photos at Decorah Newspapers Sports Section on Facebook.
None of the area volleyball teams made it all the way to the state tournament this season, but plenty of good volleyball was still found in southeast Iowa, along with many talented players who have found their way onto this year's All-Golden Triangle News Service volleyball team.
In a battle of defending state champions, Lisbon's Carter Happel drew first blood, defeating Alburnett's two-time state champion Hunter Washburn, 7-3, last night at Alburnett.
The All-Golden Triangle News Service football team for 2013 is dominated by Washington.
Washington junior guard Stephanie Fishback goes up the opening tip against Mid-Prairie junior Taylor Kurtz.
The Pekin wrestling team hosted Lynnville-Sully, B-G-M and Sigourney-Keota for the first competition of the season Tuesday.
None of the area volleyball teams made it all the way to the state tournament this season, but plenty of good volleyball was still found in Southeast Iowa, along with many talented players that have found their way onto this year's All-Golden Triangle News Service volleyball team.
Highlighted at the top of Fredy Stroker's Twitter page is a background picture that displays the colossal task confronting the Bettendorf junior's opponents this season.
Justin Crouch wasn't sure what to expect from his Ankeny boys' swimming team heading into the Hawks' season opener against Johnston Nov. 26. After watching the Dragons post a 100-70 victory at the YMCA pool, Crouch said he felt good about his team's potential.
Out of the 14 runners selected to this year's squad, not even one of them is a senior.
Looking to stay on the winning track, the Fort Dodge girls basketball team returns to the court for a pair of games this week.