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Forest City and Waldorf football teams fall in weekend games, Forest City volleyball goes 2-2 at the Boone tournament

SPORTS NEWS SEPTEMBER 29 2014 The Forest City football team fell to Estherville-Lincoln Central 29-3 in district action Friday night. The Indians lone points game on a Ryan Saarie field goal in the 3rd quarter.  Forest City was limited to 207 total yards in the game.  Forest City is now 2-3 overall, 1-2 in district


Eagles Lose Late in Sets to Broncos

The Belmond-Klemme Broncos played a strong net game while the West Hancock Eagles continued to challenge the sideline defense of the Broncos in a 3-0 set Broncos win over the Eagles Thursday night. The Eagles had the benefit of having Cara Francis back in the line-up after having to sit out a game from a


West Hancock Volleyball Team Splits NIC Triangular, Tuesday Volleyball Scores

SPORTS NEWS SEPTEMBER 24 2014 The West Hancock Volleyball team split a pair of North Iowa Conference matches Tuesday night in Britt.  The Eagles defeated Eagle Grove in 5 sets in the opener, 26-28, 14-25, 25-13, 25-19, 15-13.  The Eagles then fell to Garner-Hayfield/Ventura 25-20, 25-21, 25-19.  West Hancock is now 3-10 overall, and travels


Vikings Overwhelm Eagles in Northwood

The West Hancock Eagles came out flat in a volleyball match against the Northwood-Kensett Vikings on Monday night. The Eagles could not generate any strong offensive runs and fell behind early in the first set 10-2. Then Hattie Davidson and Terra Haberman poured on the kills where the Eagles either couldn’t cover, or were forced

Forest City football team falls to Osage in overtime, Volleyball team finishes week at 9-0

SPORTS NEWS SEPTEMBER 22 2014 The Forest City football team fell to Osage Friday night in overtime 15-14.  The game was tied at 7 going into overtime. The Indians scored on their possession and kicked the extra point. Osage scored, then went for 2 and were able to get into the end zone.  Forest City

Waldorf Women Run in Buena Vista Invitational

Audrey Sparks turned in the top time for the Waldorf College women’s cross country team, charging to 13th place in Friday’s Buena Vista Invitational. Sparks, a senior from Mason City, ran the 6K race with a time of 37 minutes, 25.06 seconds. “She looked strong and her effort was good,” Waldorf coach Kendrick Clay said.

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Warriors compete in Buena Vista Invitational

Cody Clark surged to fifth place to lead the Waldorf College men’s cross country team in Friday’s Buena Vista University Invitational. “He was really competitive,” Waldorf coach Kendrick Clay said. “He was stride for stride with the guy that won for about two-thirds of the race.” Clark, a junior from Lexington, S.C., completed the 8K