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West Delaware Wins Battle of the Unbeatens

The West Delaware Hawks are District Champs, staying undefeated after Friday night’s 13-9 win over Independence. It was a battle between the unbeatens at a packed Brown Field in Manchester. West Delaware Coach Doug Winkowitsch says it was intense. With Decorah’s 28-7 loss to Charles City, West Delaware became District Champs. It’s the first time since

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HS Football: Week 8 Preview

By Jon Swisher-Sports Director: Week 8 of the high school football season will see 6 of the 12 KMCH area teams hosting games tonight, one where a district title and undefeated record are on the line and others where major playoff implications can occur. The class 3A 2nd-rated 7-0 West Delaware Hawks will host a huge game on Brown

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HS Volleyball: WD Hawks Go 3-0 In Pool Play

By Jon Swisher-Sports Director: The class 4A top-ranked West Delaware Hawks went 3-0 yesterday in Pool Play of the WaMaC Conference tournament to improve their mark to 41-2. The Hawks beat DeWitt Central, South Tama and Clear Creek-Amana all 2 games to none. Hawks head coach Brett Mather says he was mostly pleased with the

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HS Volleyball: WaMaC Tournament Pool Play Begins Today

By Jon Swisher-Sports Director: The 2015 WaMaC Conference Volleyball Tournament will begin this afternoon with pool play taking place at two different sites as has been the case the past four years. Benton Community in Van Horne and Mount Vernon will welcome in eight teams, four from each side of the conference based on records

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Sash’s Death Ruled Accidental

The State Medical Examiner’s Office has ruled the death of a former Iowa Hawkeye football star was accidental, due to a toxic mixture of drugs. Twenty-seven-year-old Tyler Sash of Oskaloosa died last month. Just-released lab results from the State Medical Examiner’s Office indicate Sash died “due to an accidental mixed drug toxicity involving methadone and

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HS Football: Week 7 Recap

By Jon Swisher-Sports Director: Week seven of the high school football season last Friday night saw 9 of the 12 KMCH area coverage teams claim victories with West Delaware, Anamosa and Independence all staying unbeaten for another week. Here is a summary of the contests and a look at week eight games this coming Friday night. In DeWitt- West Delaware

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NE Iowa Youth Football Scores

Starmont    32, Clayton Ridge Silver  8 Clayton Ridge Green 16, Dyersville White 6 Ed-Co 16, Dyersville Green 8 WD Black 24, Midland  0 Anamosa Blue 6, WD Orange  0 Anamosa White 24, WD Hawks 8

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