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Sports

12/05/2018 - 4:02pm
  ELDORA- An early season key conference contest went the way of West Marshall, edging the South Hardin boys’ basketball team, 59-58 here Tuesday during North Iowa Cedar League West action. The visiting Trojans made the game’s final run to capture the hard-fought victory. West Marshall closed on an 11-2 spurt with the winning basket by Cam Bannister with 31-seconds showing. Both...
12/01/2018 - 3:26pm
  ELDORA- A game-high 25 points by Madison Ubben propelled the BCLUW girls’ basketball team over South Hardin, 60-38 during the North Iowa Cedar League West Conference opener here Friday. The Ubben-led Comets snapped a two-game skid with the 22-point win to stand 2-2 while the Tigers tumbled to 0-3 overall. BCLUW gained control of the...
12/01/2018 - 3:24pm
  ACKLEY- The AGWSR cagers divided the North Iowa Cedar League West Conference openers with West Marshall here Friday. West Marshall upset the state-ranked AGWSR girls, 45-38 followed by the hosts Cougars a 57-47 winner over the Trojans. For the full story see Tuesday's edition of the paper.
12/01/2018 - 3:24pm
  HUDSON- Two highly-competitive losses were suffered by the South Hardin-BCLUW wrestling team, losing 37-33 to Sumner-Fredericksburg and 42-31 to Hudson on opening night here Thursday. Despite giving up 18 points on consecutive forfeits at 170, 182 and 195-pounds, the Storm split the 14 weights with Sumner-Fred and scored six wins against...
12/01/2018 - 3:23pm
  STATE CENTER- The shorthanded AGWSR wrestling team started the season dropping North Iowa Cedar League Conference decisions to West Marshall and East Marshall/GMG here Thursday. The Cougars lost by counts of 48-27 to the host Trojans and then 54-22 to the Mustangs. AGWSR fielded a lineup of eight wrestlers and four finished 2-0 – Zach...
11/29/2018 - 9:32am
  CONRAD- A pair of power outages were suffered by the BCLUW girls’ and boys’ basketball teams here Tuesday. Both Comet clubs failed to break 40 points and dropped double-digit losses to Jesup during conference cross-over contests as the girls fell, 59-34 and the boys, 67-38. For the full story see Friday's edition of the...
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