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HS Basketball: Tuesday Night Preview

By Jon Swisher-Sports Director: Another full schedule on a Tuesday night as week number four of the high school basketball is underway. The Class 3A second-ranked 4-0 West Delaware Hawk boys will be at home inside Seedorff Gymnasium hosting the 2-3 Maquoketa Cardinals. The Hawks are 2-0 while the Cardinals are 1-1 in WaMaC East division play.

KMCH Celebrates 25th Anniversary with Contest Finale

KMCH celebrated its 25th anniversary Thursday night with the “Scratch to Win” contest finale. For the past six months, we’ve invited our KMCH listeners to pick up scratch-off tickets at participating sponsor businesses. Twenty-five of those ticket holders were drawn as our final qualifiers in the contest and attended Thursday night’s celebration at Pin Oak for

HS Basketball: Friday Night Preview

By Jon Swisher-Sports Director: A full Friday night slate is on the horizon tonight. Our featured game is West Delaware Boys Basketball at home hosting the Central Sabers of DeWitt. The Hawks are 3-0 while the Sabers are 0-3. All the coverage live on KMCH and KMCH.com with Sports Director Jon Swisher and Bill Logan

HS Basketball: First Full Friday Night Slate

By Jon Swisher-Sports Director: The first Friday night in December brings a full slate of high school basketball games. Our featured contest will be the 1-2 West Delaware Hawk girls on the road in Tiffin taking on the 1-1 Clippers of Clear Creek-Amana in a WaMaC conference cross division match-up. All the coverage live on KMCH

HS Wrestling: WD Ready To Begin New Season

By Jon Swisher-Sports Director: The first night of the new month brings a new wrestling season for a majority of our area coverage schools as they’ll open up with non-conference meets Thursday night. The West Delaware Hawks will be at home hosting Waverly-Shell Rock. The Hawks are coming off a rebuilding year that displayed a

HS Basketball: Tuesday 11-29 Results

By Jon Swisher-Sports Director: The West Delaware Hawks Boys Basketball team began the new season with a WaMaC conference road victory over Williamsburg 45-31. It was a rough start for the Hawks who trailed 7-2 early in the contest but then went on a 15-6 run to lead by four at halftime. The lead continued