Sports

03/10/2020 - 7:30am
  Final Upper Iowa Conference standings have the Bulldogs narrowly edging out Turkey Valley. MFL MarMac (14-2) took first place this year while Turkey Valley (also 14-2) had second place. South Winneshiek (13-3) finished in third place as a team. The full article appears in the March 10, 2020 Calmar Courier.
03/03/2020 - 8:30am
  Turkey Valley men enjoyed a good ride in the postseason, but their hopes came to an end Saturday as they fell 62-77 to Lake Mills. Going into the game, the two teams had enjoyed nearly equal records as Lake Mills stood at 22-2 and Turkey Valley had been 22-3. Nonetheless, Lake Mills was on fire during a crucial first quarter wherein Turkey...
02/18/2020 - 8:30am
  Fresh off their first-place finish in sectional action, South Winneshiek wrestlers faced West Hancock for a 43-23 loss Feb. 11. Regional duals action took place at Lake Mills. With that event whetting their appetites, the team members then took part in the Iowa High School Athletic Association Class 1A District 6 district competition. The...
02/11/2020 - 8:30am
Monona was good to South Winneshiek as eight wrestlers will advance. Heading to MFL MarMac Saturday ahead of an anticipated eight inches of snowfall, the Warriors (226) easily secured the top spot in Iowa High School Athletic Association Class 1A action. “Saturday we competed at the Sectional Tournament in Monona,” said Jacob Elsbernd...
02/04/2020 - 8:30am
  Riceville hosted South Winneshiek Thursday to get the week started as the season comes down to the wire for wrestling. It was a rough night for the Warriors against its foes. Central Springs downed South Winneshiek 41-30, and the Warriors fell to North Butler 48-29. Against Central Springs, Brayden Bodensteiner lost by fall at 1:43 to...
01/28/2020 - 8:30am
Charles City hosted New Hampton/Turkey Valley Thursday with the latter taking a win to get things started for NH/TV wrestling this week. NH/TV went 30-18 against Charles City. The night saw wrestlers competing in some atypical weights. The full article appears in the Jan. 28, 2020 Calmar Courier.
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