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Gaels lose tight contest

The St. Edmond girls tennis team dropped a 5-4 decision to Iowa Falls-Alden here Tuesday night. Leah Neverman, Sydney Engels and Anna Kolacia each had wins in singles, with the doubles team of Neverman and Engels adding a victory. Neverman and Engels each won 8-0, Kolacia posted an 8-5 ...

Iowa Central women earn shutout

The Iowa Central women’s soccer team gained some momentum here Tuesday afternoon at Rogers Sports Complex. Behind goals from four different players, the Tritons knocked off No. 14 Northeast, 4-0. Iowa Central (6-5 overall) now sets its sights on the Region XI Div. I Tournament where they ...

Purple Pride

Trey Lyons was hoping for a memorable senior season and on Monday the Webster City golfer accomplished that. Lyons earned the North Central Conference individual championship with a 78, one stroke ahead of runner up Tommy Birdsell (79) of Hampton-Dumont-CAL at the Country Club. “This ...

Carlson wins NCC title for Humboldt

IOWA FALLS — Humboldt’s Nora Carlson won the North Central Conference title in record fashion on Monday. The Wildcat junior set a school record, firing a 76 to claim top honors over Clear Lake’s Meghan DeLong (77). “I was pleased with my play,’’ Carlson said. “I’m grateful ...

Drivers take to the track

Sixty-two cars checked in for opening night at Sports Park Raceway on Friday night. The first feature of the night was the Matt’s Tire Service USRA Tuners 10 lap feature. Jaedon Erickson from Welcome, Minnesota grabbed the early race lead and never looked back going on to take the ...

Tritons can’t stop No. 2 Snow

For the second consecutive week, second-ranked Snow College showed just how dangerous they can be in a matter of minutes. The Badgers put up a big run on Ellsworth last Saturday to earn a victory, and returned to Iowa this past weekend to best No. 10 Iowa Central, 48-18. Tied at 3-all ...