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08/20/2018 - 2:19pm
A pair of long playoff qualifying streaks will be on the line in Class A, District 4 this year under a new qualifying system that rewards success throughout the season. Saint Ansgar graduated a pair of 1,000-yard rushers from a team that reached the playoffs for the 12th year in a row last season while South Winneshiek graduated a 1,400-yard rusher and 1,200-yard passer from a team that reached...
06/04/2018 - 3:03pm
The Warriors have had a first taste of conference action, noted assistant coach Mike Wenthold. “I felt like we lost our composure a couple of times in the 6th, and compounded a few mistakes, but fortunately we had played very solid baseball up until then, and afterwards, as well,” said Wenthold by email May 31. “We were very...
05/29/2018 - 8:47am
New Hampton hosted South Winneshiek May 21. “A playoff type atmosphere between the Chickasaws and Warriors in the season opener resulted in an extra inning thriller with the Chickasaws taking the win on a bases loaded single by Mason Cleveland in the eighth inning,” said South Winneshiek coach Alex Smith by email May 22. “Jackson...
05/29/2018 - 8:45am
South Winneshiek head baseball coach Alex Smith is entering his seventh year and will be aided by assistant coaches Mike Wenthold and Denne Brodbeck as they look to start the new season. Some losses from last season include outfielders Joel Hanson and Cole Phillips and pitcher Matthew Holthaus. Hanson was second team Upper Iowa Conference, and...
05/21/2018 - 4:21pm
“To say that we ran well…would be an understatement,” said South Winneshiek coach Kevin Kearney by email Sunday. “Our girls turned in their best performances of the season when it counted most.” Kearney noted lifetime bests for all South Winneshiek girls. Felicity Taylor took fourth place in the 800 (2:21.70)....
05/14/2018 - 1:56pm
Boys South Winneshiek took second place May 7 with 123 team points, and North Fayette Valley claimed the top spot with 198 points. Turkey Valley had 119 points to take third place. South Winneshiek’s Rodney Schwartzhoff (10.87) had first place in the 100-meter dash. NFV’s Jace Burrow (11.03) and Jordan Einck (11.16) had second and...
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