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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

UNI Ends Losing Streak; CyHawk Series Continues

UNI ended its four-game losing streak with a record-setting shooting performance, as the Panthers beat South Dakota State, 86-58, at the McLeod Center in Cedar Falls Wednesday night.   Junior Hunter Rhodes came off the bench to score a career-high 20 points, including six three pointers. In fact, UNI tied a school and Missouri Valley record

HS Wrestling: Battle Of Highway 20 In Epworth Tonight

The West Delaware wrestling team will open the WaMaC portion of its schedule tonight as they travel to Epworth to take on Western Dubuque and Maquoketa. The Hawks who are 0-1 in dual meets this season will start the night with Maquoketa who begins their dual meet season this evening, and a team the Hawks defeated

HS Basketball: Tuesday Night 12-6 Results

By Jon Swisher-Sports Director: The West Delaware girls basketball team improved to 2-3 with a 39-24 home win over Beckman last night. Senior Haley Lyness led the way with 14 points, Annie Cassutt had 10, Kendra Offerman 7, Abby McGrane 4 and 2 for Brooke O’Connell and Lauren Collier. Beckman’s 4-game win streak and best

HS Wrestling: Saturday 12-3 Recap

Many area schools took to the mats on Saturday for the first weekend tournaments of the 2016 season. In Manchester- West Delaware had two champions at the Bob Murphy Invitational as sophomore Mitchel Mangold and junior Harrison Goebel took home individual titles for the Hawks. Mangold pinned his way through the tournament picking up falls in

HS Wrestling: West Delaware Falls Short In Season Opener

It came down to the last match in West Delaware’s season opening wrestling dual against 8th ranked Waverly-Shell Rock last night as the Hawks fell 38-30 inside the Seedorff Gymnasium. The Go-Hawks jumped out to an early 11-0 lead before West Delaware picked up back-to-back falls from sophomore Jordan Bries and junior Harrison Goebel to