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Trojan Women Ranked 12th in the Nation in Cross Country, Men 16th

Trojan Women Ranked 12th in the Nation in Cross Country, Men 16th

The NIACC women’s cross country team is ranked 12th and the NIACC men are ranked 16th in the second NJCAA poll released Wednesday by the United States Track and Field Cross Country Coaches Association. In the women’s poll, Central Arizona is ranked first, Iowa Central is ranked second and Iowa Western is ranked 18th. In

Forest City, Lake Mills, Belmond-Klemme volleyball teams sweep Top of Iowa Conference matchups

SPORTS NEWS SEPTEMBER 30 2015 The Forest City volleyball team swept Bishop Garrigan in Top of Iowa Conference action Tuesday night in Forest City. Set scores were 25-19, 25-18, 25-17.  Hannah Vaughan had 9 kills and 4 blocks, Sarri Happel 9 kills, and Ryleigh Lillquist 8 kills and 4 blocks.  Emily Koch had 38 assists

Waldorf Womens Golf Places Fourth in NSAA Championships

The Waldorf College women’s golf team concluded the first stage of the North Star Athletic Association (NSAA) Championships with a fourth-place finish on Tuesday. Fernanda Valdes led the Warriors, claiming sixth place with a 162-stroke total in the two-day, 36-hole tournament. She put together rounds of 79 and 83 on the par-72 layout at the

Forest City cross country runs in Algona, GHV Boys and Osage girls win GHV meet

SPORTS NEWS SEPTEMBER 29 2015 The Forest City cross country teams competed at the Algona Invitational Monday night.  Noah Segerstrom led the Indian boys with a 53rd place finish in 18:50, while the team finished 15th. Clear Lake won the meet with 81 points. Mason City was 2nd with 103, and Eagle Grove 3rd with

Forest City, Lake Mills football teams win first game of the year, West Hancock moves to 4-1

SPORTS NEWS SEPTEMBER 28 2015 The Forest City football team used a strong defensive effort to win their homecoming game 7-6 over the Estherville-Lincoln Central Midgets.  Jaxon Jones scored the Indians lone touchdown. Spenser Larson led the Indian defense with 7 total tackles, including 4 solo tackles for loss.  Forest City held Estherville-Lincoln Central to