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HS Volleyball: Hawks Sweep Bobcats

By Jon Swisher-Sports Director: The class 4A top-ranked West Delaware Hawks improved to 18-0 with a 3-0 sweep over No. 15 Western Dubuque in Epworth last night. The Hawks increased their WaMaC East division mark to 2-0 while the Bobcats dropped to 2-1 and 6-4 overall. West Delaware started off well in game one, winning 25-21. The


Radio Iowa High School Football Poll 9/14/15

September 14, 2015 By Todd Kimm Class 4A 1. WDM Valley (3-0), LW #1 @ #4 Dowling Catholic 2. Cedar Falls (3-0), LW #2 @ Urbandale 3. Bettendorf (3-0), LW #3 @ Davenport Central (Thur) 4. Dowling Catholic (2-0), LW #4 vs #1 WDM Valley 5. Cedar Rapids Kennedy (3-0), LW #5 @ Pleasant Valley

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HS Volleyball: Battle Of WD’s Tonight in Epworth

By Jon Swisher-Sports Director: The West Delaware Hawks are the class 4A top-ranked team with a 17-0 mark and only one set loss. The Hawks take to the road for WaMaC East division play and will face the 15th-ranked Western Dubuque Bobcats in Epworth. We’ll have all the coverage around 7:20pm tonight with Sports Director Jon

HS Football: Week 3 Recap

By Jon Swisher-Sports Director: Week three of the high school football season took place Friday night. Here is a summary of the contests and a look at week four games this coming Friday night. In Manchester- West Delaware 47 Waverly-Shell Rock 25 The Hawks used another balanced offensive attack and opened up class 3A district


NE Iowa Youth Football Week One Scores

The Northeast Iowa Youth Football season is underway…here are the week #1 scores: Starmont 36 Clayton Ridge Green 0| WD Black 40 Clayton Ridge Silver 0 Ed-Co 14 Dyersville White 0 Anamosa White 24 Midland 0 Dyersville Green 0 WD Orange 0 WD Hawks 12 Anamosa Blue 0

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Coe Rolls to 50-3 Football Win over Rival Cornell

CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa – For the 16th-straight year, Coe College is the king of small college football in Linn County. The Kohawks rolled to a 50-3 win over Cornell in the oldest football rivalry West of the Mississippi River. The Kohawks came up empty on their first four offensive possessions. Thankfully for the Kohawks, there

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Huge Second Quarter Fuels Upper Iowa Football to Victory

Peacock fans are quickly becoming familiar with the new faces of Upper Iowa’s offense this season. Dimitri Morales found Jarred Edmonds three times for touchdowns in the second quarter as UIU broke a scoreless tie to take a 21-0 lead into halftime. Morales claimed his fourth touchdown pass in the third finding Brandon Rogers and

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Area Players Lead Wartburg to Win over Bethel

ARDEN HILLS, Minn.—The No. 6 Wartburg football team moved to 2-0 on the season with the 24-14 win over No. 19 Bethel (1-1) Saturday. This marked the second-straight win for the Knights over the Royals and also marked the first win for the program on Bethel’s field. The loss was the fourth home opener loss


Iowa Hawkeye Basketball Great Roy Marble Dies of Cancer

Former Iowa basketball star Roy Marble, the school’s all-time leading scorer, died Friday. Marble, who had battled cancer in recent years, was 48. Marble played as #23 for the Hawkeyes from 1986-89, scoring 2,116 points. He led Iowa to the NCAA Tournament four times, including an Elite Eight appearance in 1987. Marble was drafted 23rd


Latest Volleyball Rankings

Class 1A School Record LW 1 Janesville 7-3 1 2 Tripoli 4-3 2 3 New London 4-1 3 4 Central Lyon 6-2 5 5 Le Mars Gehlen Catholic 4-2 4 6 Grand View Christian 2-4 6 7 Sidney 7-1 10 8 Springville 5-5 8 9 Iowa Valley 8-4 10 10 Holy Trinity Catholic 2-0 11