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Central Baptist Mustangs Score Three Over Waldorf Men

The Waldorf College men’s soccer team was searching for offense in its first Midlands Collegiate Athletic Conference (MCAC) match of the season, falling in a 3-0 loss to Central Baptist College on Saturday. The Mustangs (7-4-1, 1-1) struck twice in the opening half. Central Baptist’s Nicholas Doyle scored off an assist from Ferdinand Mateby during

Warrior Women Shut Out Central Baptist

The Waldorf College women’s soccer team earned its third straight win, scoring a 3-0 victory over Central Baptist College during Saturday’s Midlands Collegiate Athletic Conference (MCAC) matchup. “The team came out confident, which contributed to our win,” Waldorf coach Casey Curoe said. Outstanding play in the midfield from senior Madisen Haines, junior Victoria Arenas, sophomores

Waldorf Volleyball

Warriors close out Bruin Premier Classic

The Waldorf College volleyball team closed out the Bruin Premier Classic with three-set losses to Ottawa University and Peru State College on Saturday. “Simply put, it was a rough day,” Waldorf coach Paul Meyer said. “Anything that could go wrong went wrong. Throw that in with opponents that are very solid and the end result

Forest City volleyball clinches 2nd place in the NIC

SPORTS NEWS OCTOBER 1 2014 The Forest City volleyball team finished the North Iowa Conference regular season with a 9-1 record after defeating North Iowa in 3 sets Tuesday night. In a match heard on KIOW, the Indians defeated the Bison 25-13, 25-15, 25-13.  Emily Koch had 35 assists, Maggie Mathiasen 16 kills, and Sarri

Upcoming sports broadcasts on KIOW and B103.1

SPORTS NEWS SEPTEMBER 30 2014 The Forest City Volleyball team travels to Buffalo Center tonight for their final North Iowa Conference match of the season. Join Orin Harris for the live play by play from Buffalo Center, with pre-match at 7:20 and first serve at 7:30 PM.  Forest City Indian volleyball tonight on KIOW and

Forest City and Waldorf football teams fall in weekend games, Forest City volleyball goes 2-2 at the Boone tournament

SPORTS NEWS SEPTEMBER 29 2014 The Forest City football team fell to Estherville-Lincoln Central 29-3 in district action Friday night. The Indians lone points game on a Ryan Saarie field goal in the 3rd quarter.  Forest City was limited to 207 total yards in the game.  Forest City is now 2-3 overall, 1-2 in district

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Eagles Lose Late in Sets to Broncos

The Belmond-Klemme Broncos played a strong net game while the West Hancock Eagles continued to challenge the sideline defense of the Broncos in a 3-0 set Broncos win over the Eagles Thursday night. The Eagles had the benefit of having Cara Francis back in the line-up after having to sit out a game from a

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