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HS Football: Ed-Co To Host Starmont For Homecoming 2016

Ed-Co students have been celebrating homecoming festivities this week and tomorrow night they will get the rare opportunity of seeing their football team play two games during homecoming week. The varsity contest between the Vikings and Wapsie Valley scheduled for last Friday was postponed due to the weather and was made up Monday night in

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HS Volleyball: West Delaware Ready For Anamosa Match

By Jon Swisher-Sports Director: The Class 3A 4th-ranked 28-2 West Delaware Volleyball team is coming off of their 5th Saturday tournament title in a row after winning the Monticello invitational. Tonight it’s back into WaMaC East division play traveling to Anamosa to take on the 6-13 Lady Raiders.  All the coverage live from Anamosa on KMCH and KMCH.com

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HS Football: East Buchanan Knocks Off #3 Lisbon

Last Friday night the East Buchanan football team took a big step in class A district 4 as they knocked off third ranked and previously undefeated Lisbon 44-20 in Winthrop. With the win the Buccaneers move to 3-2 overall and 2-1 in district play which is tied for second place in the district with Lisbon,

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HS Football: Week 5 Recap

By Jon Swisher-Sports Director: Week five of the high school football saw 6 of the 11 KMCH area teams earn victories this past Friday night. Here’s a look at how those games played out and where our area coverage schools will be this Friday night for week 6 play: In Manchester- The Class 3A 6th-ranked West Delaware Hawks won their

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HS Volleyball: West Delaware Wins Monticello Tournament

There were three ranked volleyball teams at the Monticello tournament on Saturday and it was 4th ranked in class 3A West Delaware who came away with the tournament title. The Hawks went 3-0 to win pool b which set up a semifinal round match with 7th ranked in class 3A Davenport Assumption, and in the

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Upper Iowa Get First Football Win of Season

The Peacock football team scored on both sides of the ball and used a 21-point third quarter to run away with their first win of the season on Saturday. Upper Iowa improved to 1-3 with a 35-7 victory over Minot State University (1-3) in the teams’ final Northern Sun Conference cross-division game. UIU owned the

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