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Connor Sonius (red) battles Erich Erdman in a Forest City game.

North Iowa Conference “All Conference Players” Announced

North Iowa Conference “All Conference Players” Announced

(above: 1st teamers Connor Sonius of West Hancock in red, battles Ethan Erdman of Forest City, while Erich Erdman watches in the background). The North Iowa Conference begins its final steps towards a possible double championship at the state level in basketball on Monday. Both the Forest City Indians and the West Hancock Eagles are vying for the


Waldorf Womenss Basketball Ends Season in MCAC North Tournament Semifinal

The Waldorf College women’s basketball team came ready to battle in the postseason. “I told them they had nothing to lose and they came out and played like it,” Waldorf coach Katie Schutjer said. College of St. Mary (24-6) prevailed with a 57-45 win over the Warriors (4-26) in Friday’s Midlands Collegiate Athletic Conference (MCAC)

Iowa State Men travel to Kansas State, Forest City, West Hancock boys look to punch tickets to state

SATURDAY MORNING SPORTS FEBRUARY 28 2015   The Iowa State Cyclones take on Kansas State in Manhattan this afternoon. Join John Walters and Eric Heft for the live play by play, with pregame at 2:30 and tip off at 3 PM. Iowa State Men’s basketball this afternoon on KIOW.   West Hancock plays 15-8 Nashua-Plainfield


Warriors Advance to MCAC North Title Game Tonight

The Waldorf College men’s basketball team knew Haskell Indian Nations University would present a postseason challenge. It was a down-to-the-wire finish, but the Warriors (15-14) pulled out a 79-76 victory over the Indians (8-23) in Friday’s Midlands Collegiate Athletic Conference (MCAC) North Tournament semifinal. “At the end of the day, you just want to win,”

West Hancock boys basketball one game away from state

SPORTS NEWS FEBRUARY 27 2015 The West Hancock boys basketball team sits one game away from the State Basketball Tournament following a 78-54 win over Newman Catholic in the district final Thursday night in Garner.  After leading by just 7 at halftime, the Eagles opened the 2nd half on a 19-2 run.  Trevor Nalan led

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NIACC National Wrestling Tournament Begins Today

 Nosomy Pozo in blue (photo by NIACC’s Jim Zach)  The NIACC wrestling team placed 10th at last year’s NJCAA national tournament in Spokane, Wash. The Trojans, who qualified all 10 wrestlers, look to improve on that finish at this year’s national meet, which begins Friday at the Jacobson Exhibition Center on the Iowa State Fairgrounds. NIACC