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Hannah Palmeter

NIACC Sports Roundup

NIACC Sports Roundup

The NIACC women’s track and field team remained ranked 8th this week in the United States Track and Field and Cross Country Coaches Association poll. NIACC sophomore Adrine Monagi picked up a pair of first-place finishes and set two school records last Saturday at the University of Dubuque Invitational. Monagi won the 100-meter dash in

Weather Shortened Sports Schedules, Garner-Hayfield/Ventura Soccer splits games

SPORTS NEWS APRIL 21 2015 The Forest City girls track team competed at the Gilbert Relays Monday night. The Indians got 2nd place finishes from the 4×800 team of Maggie Mathiasen, Rachel Koch, Emily Koch and Morgan Kingston and a 2nd place finish from the 4×400 team of Lydia Schwartz, Mathiasen, Kingston, and Rachel Koch.

Indian Girls track set 2 meet records in Algona, Lake Mills nips Forest City golfers

SPORTS NEWS APRIL 20 2015 The Forest City Girls track team finished 4th at the Bishop Garrigan Relays in Algona Friday night.  The Indians set two meet records in the 4×800, running Emily Koch, Maggie Mathiasen, Lydia Schwartz, Rachel Koch in 10:23.35. The Indians also broke the 4×400 record with Morgan Kingston, Mathiasen, Rachel Koch,

Waldorf Golf

Warriors Earn Second in Men’s Team Golf Standings

Cody Rozales continues to elevate his performance down the season stretch. Rozales earned medalist honors, capturing first place in Thursday’s NIACC Spring Invitational behind a 2-under round of 70. “He’s continuing to play very, very well,” Waldorf coach Mark Clouse said. “It was an extremely good ball-striking round and just a solid scorecard throughout.” Rozales


Waldorf’s Nelson, Palmer Receive Honor Athlete Award

Waldorf College’s Jordan Nelson and Courtney Palmer were named the Honor Athlete Award winners during the annual Student-Athlete Recognition Ceremony on Wednesday at Hanson Fieldhouse. The award is presented to student-athletes who distinguish themselves athletically, achieve success in the classroom, are respected by their peers for leadership and work ethic and carry themselves as a


Waldorf Baseball Splits with Oklahoma Wesleyan

The Waldorf College baseball team simply refuses to back down against tough opponents. It’s a trend the Warriors (12-23, 4-14) continued with a 5-3 win over Oklahoma Wesleyan University (38-9, 17-5) in the opener of Friday’s Midlands Collegiate Athletic Conference (MCAC) doubleheader. “It was an unbelievable game,” Waldorf coach Joe Tautges said. “It was a