Local Sports articles


DII College Women’s Track: Former WD Standout Reaches All-American Status

DII College Women’s Track: Former WD Standout Reaches All-American Status

By Jon Swisher-Sports Director: Former West Delaware All-Stater Emily Thole has added being an All-American on her athletic career resume. Thole, a 2015 graduate of West Delaware, is a Freshman running for the defending indoor and outdoor National Championship teams for the University of Central Missouri in Warrensburg, Missouri. The D2 championships held at Pittsburg State University in


HS Girls Basketball: IGCA All-State Teams Released

By Jon Swisher-Sports Director: The Iowa Girls Coaches Association have released their 2015-16 Girls Basketball All-State Teams. Listed below are coaches and players recognized from the KMCH listening area: 1A 1st Team Mikayla Nachazel Springville 10 3rd Team Megan Wagaman Springville 12 1A Coach of the Year= Nate Sanderson, Springville 2A 2nd Team Morgan Boer North Linn

Parmely Photo

Parmely Earns All-American Status

By Jamie Vaske-Associate Director of Sports: Upper Iowa University freshman Ryan Parmely wrestled in his first Division 2 National Tournament this past Friday and Saturday at the Denny Sanford PREMIER Center in Sioux Falls, South Dakota and came away as an All-American. The 2015 Maquoketa Valley grad who also played running back for the Peacocks


HS Boys State Basketball: Cascade and Anamosa Ready for Semifinal Games

By Jon Swisher-Sports Director: The class 2A semifinals on the horizon this afternoon at the High School Boys State Basketball Tournament features our two area coverage teams as the 4th-seed 21-3 Cougars of Cascade take on the 7-seed 17-9 Pella Christian.  Right after that contest, the number 6-seeded 21-5 Anamosa Blue Raiders battle the 2nd-seed 23-2 Western Christian. Both

Hawks Bowling

Hawk Bowlers Celebrate Season At Bowling Banquet

The West Delaware Bowling teams celebrated another successful season Tuesday night at their annual bowling banquet.  The Hawk girls wrapped up a Class 1A State Runner Up season, going 11 and 1.  Hope Mozingo was recognized for setting two Hawk Bowling records – a 299 game and 535 series.  Mozingo, who was also named Class