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Tritons fall short

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The Iowa Central men scratched and clawed their way back here Wednesday night vs. Marshalltown. But the Tigers did just enough late to secure a 72-67 win inside Hodges Fieldhouse. After falling behind by 16 at the half, the Tritons cut the deficit to three with just over two minutes to ...

FOCUSED EFFORT

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WEBSTER CITY — A quick start and strong finish allowed the St. Edmond girls to complete a season sweep over Webster City here Tuesday night, 42-35. After racing out to a 22-7 halftime advantage, the Gaels saw their lead get cut down to one early in the final quarter. Chloe Palmer, ...

Impressive victory for Lynx boys

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WEBSTER CITY — The Webster City boys put the pressure on St. Edmond here Tuesday night from the opening tip. The Lynx turned an eight-point halftime advantage into a convincing 62-44 win to secure a split with the Gaels on the year. Leading the way for Webster City (2-9 overall) was Briar ...

Dodgers dominate Mason City, 73-3

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MASON CITY — The second-ranked Fort Dodge wrestling team rolled over Mason City here Tuesday night by a final of 73-3. The Dodgers concluded their dual regular season with a record of 9-3 and will host a Class 3A regional dual meet next Tuesday inside the FDSH gym. No. 10 Luke Fierke (285 ...

Dodger boys rout East for biggest win since ‘85

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The scores and record may not always indicate it, but head coach Willie Williams continues to see progress from his Fort Dodge boys basketball team. On Monday night, those recent intangible improvements paid off in a big way. The Dodgers put it all together in a 77-28 dismantling of Des ...

FOUR IN A ROW

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JEFFERSON — The South Hamilton boys scored a fourth consecutive victory here Friday night, running by Greene County, 73-60. Ryland Ubben scored a career-high 29 points as the Hawks moved to 11-1 on the season and 6-1 in the Heart of Iowa Athletic Conference. The senior had 24 through the ...