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Iowa Central Transfer Signs with Waldorf

Iowa Central Transfer Signs with Waldorf

The Waldorf College men’s cross country and track and field teams received a big boost with the addition of Nathan Meiners. Meiners, a Nebraska native who competed for Iowa Central Community College the past two seasons, signed a letter of intent with the Warriors on Tuesday. “Nathan will be a solid addition to our men’s


GHV Boys, Osage Girls win Don Hoppel Relays Monday night

SPORTS NEWS MAY 5 2015 The Garner-Hayfield/Ventura boys track team won the Don Hoppel relays Monday night in Garner, scoring 122 points. Clear Lake was 2nd with 105, Forest City had 90, Osage 78, Northwood-Kensett 73, Belmond-Klemme 38, Hampton-Dumont 30, Newman Catholic 18 and CAL 4.  For the Cardinals, Sam Cataldo won the 110 high

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Forest City Boys Track 5th at Algona, Girls 5th at Mason City

SPORTS NEWS MAY 6 2015 The Forest City Boys Track team finished 5th at the Algona Hackbarth Relays Monday, scoring 47 points. Algona won the meet with 221, Bishop Garrigan had 87, Clear Lake 74, Humboldt 67. Forest City won the 4×200 meter relay running Timmy Thompson, Tanner Thompson, Tyler Anderson, and Richard Gildemesiter.  The


NIACC Headed to Regional Baseball Tournament

The second-seeded NIACC baseball team plays seventh-seeded Iowa Lakes in the opening round of the NJCAA Region XI tournament at 4 p.m. on Thursday at Riverfront Stadium. The winner of the NIACC/Iowa Lakes game faces the Southeastern/Southwestern winner at 7 p.m. on Friday. The NIACC/Iowa Lakes loser faces the Southeastern/Southwestern loser at 1 p.m. Friday


New York Native Signs with Waldorf

After earning back-to-back All-American honors the past two years, Rose Heurtelou is looking ahead to continuing a successful career with the Waldorf College women’s wrestling team. Heurtelou, a transfer from Springfield Technical Community College (STCC), signed a letter of intent with the Warriors on Friday. “Rose will make a great addition to our lightweights,” Waldorf


Buehler Wins Long Jump

Waldorf College’s Abby Buehler wins the long jump title, hitting a mark of 16 feet, 10.75 inches (5.15 meters) in the Meet of the UnSaintly at St. Paul, Minn. Buehler also placed fourth in the triple jump at 35 feet, 3.75 inches (10.76 meters). Danielle Holt took fifth (17.26) for the Warriors in the 100-meter