Sports

12/04/2018 - 8:29am
New Hampton hosted Turkey Valley Nov. 26 for a 25-64 night. “Our season opener was more lopsided than we had hoped for, but it was great to see our girls keep fighting and never give up,” said coach Carla Nymeyer. “Our overall inexperience and nerves contributed to some unforced turnovers, and New Hampton’s aggressive and physical play caused many turnovers. It is good to...
11/27/2018 - 11:05am
South Winneshiek head coach Jake Elsbernd is staring his eighth season with a 120-77 career dual record. He is aided assistant coaches Ethan Adams, Jake Everts, Kenny Mikota, Andy Norton and Jason Schmelzer. The Warriors have 17 wrestlers this season with five returning letter winners. The squad has 10 ninth graders, four sophomores, two juniors...
11/20/2018 - 8:29am
Carla Nymeyer is in her sixth year of coaching with an overall record of 99-26 and will be assisted by Justin Bakula in his fifth year and volunteer Haley Kriener in her first year. Last year, the Turkey Valley women had a record of 14-10 and went third in the Upper Iowa Conference with a record of 8-4. “We will need to fill the shoes of our...
11/06/2018 - 9:20am
In volleyball, Upper Iowa Conferences First Team honor went to South Winneshiek senior Gracie Schmitt. Second Team honors went to senior Ellie Loesch and sophomore Ali Hoffert from South Winneshiek and junior Katlyn Baumler from Turkey Valley. South Winneshiek seniors Sierra Breitsprecher and Sadie McGee, Turkey Valley senior Karissa Schmidt and...
10/30/2018 - 7:02am
Cross country action at Fort Dodge saw area athletes compete. Logan-Magnolia took first place with the women with 66 points. Regina had second with 128, and Hudson had third with 142. Turkey Valley’s Jalyssa Blazek had sixth with a 19:59.3. Bedford’s Emma Lucas had first with an 18:41.7, and Tri-Center’s Peyton Pogge had second...
10/30/2018 - 7:02am
South Winneshiek was hosted by MFL MarMac. The Warriors won the first set but saw the next three go to the Bulldogs. “The girls showed incredible heart and kept fighting but it wasn’t enough to get the win,” said South Winneshiek coach Glenna Munuswamy by email Oct. 23. Munuswamy called it “a hard-fought battle.” MFL...
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