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HS Boys Track and Field: Area Results From Tuesday Night

HS Boys Track and Field: Area Results From Tuesday Night

By Jon Swisher-Sports Director: In high school boys track last night, Anamosa hosted their annual Ken Fearing Relays. The Western Dubuque Bobcats dominated, the 16-team meet, scoring 107 points ahead of Mount Vernon who had 63 for 2nd place. Anamosa placed 3rd with 59, 9th was Cascade with 22, Monticello 10th with 17, West Delaware tallied

UNI’s Jacobson Gets Extension

CEDAR FALLS, Iowa (AP) – Northern Iowa coach Ben Jacobson has been given a two-year contract extension that will keep him with the Panthers through 2027. Jacobson just completed his 11th season at Northern Iowa. He has a school-record 234 wins and has led Northern Iowa to eight consecutive top-four finishes in the Missouri Valley

West Delaware Early Bird Track Meet Results

TEAM RESULTS FOR WEST DELAWARE BOY’S EARLY BIRD – VARSITY – MALE 1 Lisbon 149.50 2 Nfv 84.50 3 Hudson 79.00 4 Maquoketa Valley 73.00 5 West Delaware 72.00 6 Oelwein 47.00 7 Maquoketa 31.00 8 Independence 21.00 9 Central Elkader 16.00 10 Easton Valley 8.00 100M DASH – FINALS – HEAT 5 1 Zak

HS Wrestling: West Delaware Holds Annual Awards Banquet

The West Delaware wrestling team and cheerleaders wrapped up its season Monday night with the annual awards banquet inside the Hanson Auditorium. The Hawks went 8-11 in dual meets this season and finished in second place at the Louisa-Muscatine tournament, and the sectional tournament and reached the regional dual finals. As a team they were awarded the Distinguished

Hawkeyes Knocked Out Of NIT By TCU

Iowa was knocked out of the NIT basketball tournament Sunday night in  94-92 overtime loss to TCU at sold-out Carver-Hawkeye Arena. It was turnovers and free throws that cost the Hawkeyes on Sunday. Iowa had 12 first-half turnovers, leading to 21 TCU points. The Hawkeyes missed 10-of-17 free-throw attempts the second half, and 11 for

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