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CELEBRATION

It was a different feel to Homecoming week for seventh-ranked (NJCAA Div. II) Iowa Central, but in the end, the Tritons capped off the festivities with an efficient rout of College of DuPage. With a band competition inside Dodger Stadium on Saturday, the Tritons (3-1 overall) took Sunday’s ...

RELENTLESS RUN

There are nights when a coach simply tips his cap to the opposition and goes right back to work with his team. Fort Dodge's Nik Moser was in that kind of mood following his squad’s 62-23 loss to Webster City on a misty evening inside Dodger Stadium Friday. Junior bulldozer Jaxon Cherry had ...

Tritons host DuPage for homecoming

Jesse Montalto knows that his seventh-ranked Iowa Central football team will need to be better prepared this weekend when they take to the field. The Tritons welcome in top-ranked College of DuPage, the defending NJCAA Div. III national champions. Kickoff is set for noon inside Dodger ...

Hawks too much for St. Edmond

REMSEN — There was a moment here early Friday night where the St. Edmond football team had a chance to make a statement. The Gaels marched down the field and were closing in on the Remsen St. Mary’s end zone when the top-ranked Hawks buckled down. Remsen St. Mary’s forced a turnover on ...

Area football roundup

Moline sparks MNW win MANSON — It was a memorable Homecoming here Friday night for the Manson Northwest Webster football team. After falling behind early, the Cougars went on a run, posting a 42-6 victory over Belmond-Klemme for their first victory of the season. The Broncos scored on a ...

GO THE DISTANCE

After the second set against Webster City on Thursday, something began to click for the St. Edmond volleyball team. The Gaels (3-12 overall, 0-4 in the North Central Conference) dug deep to win two straight and force a deciding set. The Lynx (10-7, 3-1) found a different gear and sealed the ...