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First half shooting woes doom Forest City boys, area wrestling scores

SPORTS NEWS DECEMBER 12 2014 A furious 2nd half comeback came up short, and the Forest City boys basketball team fell to Algona high 66-62 Thursday night.  In a game heard on KIOW, Forest City scored just 17 first half points, and trailed 39-23 with 4 minutes to play in the 3rd quarter before closing


Warrior Freshman Earns ACHA Honor

Waldorf College’s Ronald Paulson was honored as the Warrior Goaltender of the Month as part of the November American Collegiate Hockey Association (ACHA) Awards Corner, presented by Harrow. A shortened month of action due to the Thanksgiving holiday didn’t prevent Paulson from putting together an impressive showing for the Warriors (17-7-2) during their six contests

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Bettinson, Gomez Currently Ranked for Warriors

The Waldorf College men’s wrestling team is receiving votes in the latest National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) poll. With 4.5 votes, the Warriors are one of 15 teams receiving votes outside of the top 20 in the poll released on Wednesday. Bo Bettinson (above) and Angel Gomez are currently ranked for the Warriors. Bettinson,

Forest City Boys defeat GHV, Girls fall, Forest City wrestlers fall to Mason City and Charles City

SPORTS NEWS DECEMBER 10 2014 The Forest City boys basketball team defeated Garner-Hayfield/Ventura 67-53 Tuesday night. In a game heard on KIOW, Erich Erdman had 25 to lead the Indians, while Isaiah Loeschen added 10.  Sam Cataldo had 22 to lead the Cardinals. Forest City is now 2-1, and takes on Algona tomorrow night in


Texas State Champion Signs with Warriors

Knowing what it takes to compete at a championship level, Abigail Flores aims to provide a boost for the Waldorf College women’s wrestling team. Flores, a Frisco High School senior and Class 4A champion at 165 pounds last season, signed a letter of intent with the Warriors on Oct. 27. “Abby is a very modest,


Carlisle Senior Signs with Waldorf

Carlisle High School senior Sydney Beasley looks to provide the Waldorf College cheerleading program with solid experience as a base next season. Beasley signed a letter of intent with the Warriors on Nov. 20 and gives the program nine members in its 2015-16 recruiting class. “Sydney will be a great addition to the squad,” Waldorf

West Hancock basketball splits with West Fork, boys remain undefeated

SPORTS NEWS DECEMBER 9 2014 The West Hancock boys basketball team defeated state runner up West Fork in non-conference basketball action Monday night. In a game heard on B103.1, the Eagles got 15 points from Connor Sonius, 14 each from Trevor Nalan and Nate Paulus, and 10 from Jordan Savoy.  West Fork was led by