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HS Football; Week 3 Rewind, Week 4 Look Ahead

By Jon Swisher-Sports Director: The high school football season entered into district play for a majority of our KMCH area teams last Friday night on an evening that saw nine of the twelve schools pick up victories: In Waverly- The class 3A 3rd-ranked West Delaware Hawks improved to 3-0 with a 29-18 win over 4th-rated Waverly-Shell

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HS Football; North Linn Preview

By Jon Swisher-Sports Director: The North Linn Football program hopes to rebound after a 1-8 record a season ago. Eighth-year head coach Jared Collum was very pleased with the off-season commitment by all players in grades 9 through 12: COLLUM1 8-19 Senior lineman Isaac Syverson says the main goal in the off-season was to work on

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August Valued Volunteer: Angie Zehr

Congratulations to our latest “Valued Volunteer”…Angie Zehr of Manchester!  Angie and her husband Chris are very involved in Boy Scouts and Girls Scouts, and several activities at West Delaware including The Friends Of Music and Show Choir.  If you know someone who deserves to be a KMCH/Smitty’s “Valued Volunteer…CLICK HERE!

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HS Football; East Buchanan Preview

By Jon Swisher-Sports Director: The East Buchanan Football program started a new campaign with preseason practice last week with another change in coaching leadership. Fifteen-year assistant coach Jerry Alden took over the program in the off-season after Cory Quail resigned in early March. Alden is the fourth varsity head coach in 4 years and fifth in six

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Saturday Night Cruise Route

The Country Cruisers Car Cruise will be held Saturday, August 9th. Line-up starts at 3:30 pm at EZ Pickins in Manchester, with the cruise leaving at 5:30 pm. The cruise will end at Hart Ridge Golf Course in Manchester at approximately 7:45 pm. CLICK HERE to download this year’s cruise route.

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HS Football; Hammann Stepping Down As Beckman Head Coach

By Jon Swisher-Sports Director: According to the Dubuque Telegraph Herald Sports Department,  Beckman head football coach Gregg Hammann announced Wednesday night he is stepping down to spend more time with his family and be able to watch all three sons play college and high school football. Hammann, the Bellevue native who played wide receiver at the University of

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