Sports articles

Warrior Women Place Sixth in Wrestling Bronze Bracket

The Waldorf College women’s wrestling team faced top-notch competition while closing out the Cliff Keen Duals with a sixth-place finish in the bronze bracket on Saturday. “There were a lot of matches wrestled this weekend,” Waldorf coach Tyreece Gilder said. “The team wrestled hard each match.” The Warriors (1-6), ranked No. 13 in the Women’s

York Escapes Bolstorf Field with 1-0 Win

It was a neck-and-neck battle between the Waldorf College and York College men’s soccer teams during Saturday’s Midlands Collegiate Athletic Conference (MCAC) contest. The match was scoreless until Eric Runnions put the ball in the back of the net for the Panthers (8-8-1, 1-3) off an assist from Jacob Rodriguez in the 61st minute. The

Four Waldorf Runners Score Personal Bests

Four members of the Waldorf College men’s cross country team crossed the finish line with lifetime-best performances during Saturday’s Mount Marty Invitational. “They all ran very competitively,” Waldorf coach Kelsey Olson said. Boaz Kipkemei, Bryce Gullingsrud, Korey Beaman and Adam Brinkman each turned in their fastest times ever while completing the 8K course for the

Warrior Women Tame Panthers in 4-0 Soccer Victory

Every time the Waldorf College women’s soccer team wins a Midlands Collegiate Athletic Conference (MCAC) match, it ends in a shutout. On Saturday, the Warriors (7-9, 4-1) earned their fourth conference shutout with a 4-0 victory over York College (2-14-1, 0-5). “Having a shutout is a big deal to the team,” Waldorf coach Casey Curoe

Warriors top Indians, Eagles in Volleyball

The Waldorf College volleyball team has won nine of its last 10 matches after securing victories over Haskell Indian Nations University and AIB College of Business on Saturday. “It was another great day,” Waldorf coach Paul Meyer said. The Warriors (14-20, 3-2) opened the day with a Midlands Collegiate Athletic Conference (MCAC) match against a

Waldorf women place 10th, men finish 12

The Waldorf College bowling teams opened the season competing in last weekend’s Sandhills Collegiate Classic. It wasn’t reflected in the final results, but both Warrior teams gave strong efforts in the two-day tournament that concluded on Sunday. “Our first meet looks sad on paper, but it doesn’t show the heart and effort the teams gave

Forest City, Waldorf football teams fall, Waldorf Volleyball goes 4-1 at home tournament

SPORTS NEWS OCTOBER 20 2014   The Forest City football team fell to Humboldt 28-7 Friday night.  Tanner Thompson completed 8 of 19 passes for 154 yards and a touchdown.  Tyler Anderson had 6 of the catches for 147 yards and the touchdown.  Kyle Brown led the Indian defense with a sack and 3 tackles

Garner-Hayfield/Ventura Boys, Osage Girls win North Iowa Conference Cross Country titles, area volleyball scores

SPORTS NEWS OCTOBER 17 2014 The Garner-Hayfield/Ventura Boys won the 2014 North Iowa Conference Cross Country Meet held in Belmond Thursday night.  The Cardinals scored 46 points to win, paced by individual champion Chase Smith, who finished in 16:41. Eagle Grove was 2nd with 84, Osage 3rd with 88, Bishop Garrigan 129, North Iowa 142,

Top