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Frankie Contreras

North Las Vegas Prep to Contribute on Offensive Line

North Las Vegas Prep to Contribute on Offensive Line

Frankie Contreras is ready to help pave the way for the Waldorf College football team, working up front as an offensive lineman. Contreras, a senior at Mojave High School who played center and defensive tackle during his prep career, signed a letter of intent with the Warriors on Wednesday. “We are excited,” Waldorf coach Kent

Harmony Maitland

Maitland Signs with Waldorf

Harmony Maitland has put together an accomplished career and will continue competing on the mat as a member of the Waldorf College women’s wrestling team next season. Maitland, a senior at Robert M. Shoemaker High School in Killeen, signed a letter of intent with the Warriors on Nov. 24. “I’m excited to have Harmony bring

Eagles sweep Eagles!

SPORTS NEWS JANUARY 7 2015 The West Hancock Eagles swept a North Iowa Conference doubleheader from Eagle Grove Tuesday night in Britt. In games heard on B103.1, the girls outscored Eagle Grove 68-36. Emma Chizek had 23 points and 14 rebounds, while Faith Hammer added 14, Maria Gonzalez 12, and Kelly Leerar 11.  Other girls

NIACC Wrestling

NIACC Wrestling Ranked 5th in the Nation

The NIACC wrestling team is ranked fifth in the NJCAA poll released Wednesday and have wrestlers ranked in seven of the 10 weight classes. The Trojans were sixth in the preseason poll and sixth in the December poll. Clackamas CC is ranked first, North Idaho is second, Iowa Central is third and Northeastern Oklahoma A&M

Sam Schaal Signing

Wisconsin Native to Provide Toughness for Warriors

The Waldorf College football team has added Sam Schaal as the newest member of its incoming recruiting class. Schaal, a defensive lineman who played the past two seasons at Mesabi Range Community and Technical College in Virginia, Minn., signed a letter of intent with the Warriors on Dec. 22. “He’s a great kid,” Waldorf coach

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Warriors edge Braves, 27-26

The Waldorf College men’s wrestling team was all business, focusing on drills during winter break. It paid off for the Warriors (1-5) as they earned their first dual-meet victory by opening 2015 with a 27-26 win over Ottawa University (2-5) on Friday. “The guys paid attention to what they needed to work on when they

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