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HS Football: West Delaware Looks To Continue Home Winning Streak

HS Football: West Delaware Looks To Continue Home Winning Streak

The 8th ranked West Delaware football team will look to run its home winning streak to 24 tonight as they host Waverly-Shell Rock in the opening round of the 2016 Iowa high school playoffs. The class 3A district 4 champion Hawks enter with an 8-1 record while the Go-Hawks come in as one of the


HS Football: Week 9 Recap

The 2016 high school football regular season came to an end last Friday night and saw three area schools qualify for the playoffs, while others saw their season’s come to an end. IN MAQUOKETA- West Delaware led 42-6 at the end of the first half and went on to defeat Maquoketa 63-28 en route to


HS Wrestling: Western Dubuque’s Lyon Chooses Purdue

Western Dubuque senior Max Lyon recently made his college selection as he committed to wrestle for Purdue University in West Lafayette, Indiana choosing the Boilermakers over an offer from UNI. Lyon says he enjoyed the recruiting process but admits he was glad to have the decision made heading into his senior season: lyon-1 Wrestling wasn’t

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Ed-Co Wins Upper Iowa VB Tournament

The Ed-Co Vikings claimed the Upper Iowa Conference tournament in their final season in the conference before returning to the Tri-Rivers conference in 2017.  Coming into the tournament undefeated, the Vikings took first in their pool posting a 3-0 match record with wins over Postville,  Kee High and South Winneshiek. A single game loss to


HS Football: West Delaware Ready For Final Home Game

The 10th ranked West Delaware football team will host Marion in their last regular season home game tonight at Brown Field in Manchester. The Hawks who are 6-1 and 4-1 in class 3A district 4 bounced back last week as they downed Dubuque Wahlert 42-7 in Dubuque and West Delaware head coach Doug Winkowitsch was


HS Football: East Buchanan Hosts Ed-Co For Homecoming

Last season the East Buchanan football team qualified for the playoffs for the first time since 2009, and tomorrow night they could move one step closer to earning their 17th trip to the playoffs in school history as they host Ed-Co for homecoming in Winthrop. The Buccaneers who are 5-2 this season but more importantly