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Navratil to Continue Dual-Sport Career at Waldorf

Navratil to Continue Dual-Sport Career at Waldorf

Taylor Navratil is prepared to achieve further success as a dual-sport athlete at Waldorf College. The Central Springs High School senior signed a letter of intent with the Warriors on Thursday to compete in track and field and play softball. “I am so excited to be able to continue my two favorite sports at a

Forest City girls escape North Union, Sonius ties school record in West Hancock win over GHV

SPORTS NEWS DECEMBER 9 2015 The Forest City Girls basketball team snuck out a 48-46 victory over North Union Tuesday night. In a game heard here on KIOW, the Indians broke out of a 44 all tie to get the win.  Hannah Anderson led the way with 14, Sarri Happel added 13, and Brea Dillavou

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Iowa State’s Nolan, Schaben Earn All-Region Honors

Iowa State libero Caitlin Nolan was named to the American Volleyball Coaches Association (AVCA) Division I All-Midwest Region First Team for the second-straight season, while freshman outside hitter Jess Schaben was named the Midwest Region Freshman of the Year and earned Honorable Mention Division I All-Midwest Region, the AVCA announced Tuesday. Nolan becomes the seventh

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Waldorf’s Buehler Earns AVCA/NAIA All-Region Honors

Waldorf College volleyball player Abby Buehler continues to bring home honors. Buehler, a 6-foot-2 junior middle hitter from Dodge Center, Minn., was named an all-region selection by the American Volleyball Coaches Association (AVCA) and National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) on Monday. Garnering AVCA/NAIA Northcentral region honorable mention recognition, Buehler put together a strong season in her

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Warriors Conquer Cardinals in Sweep

 The Waldorf College hockey team completed the sweep over St. Mary’s University during this weekend’s Northern Collegiate Hockey League (NCHL) series, cruising to a 12-2 win on Saturday and claiming a 6-4 victory on Sunday. Fourteen players registered points for the Warriors (15-9, 7-3) during Saturday’s win opener. Waldorf came into the series ranked No.

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Waldorf Establish Five School Records in Season Opener

Setting five new marks in the school record books, the Waldorf College women’s track and field team opened the indoor season strong in Saturday’s Chuck Petersen Open. “All of our women had a nice day,” Waldorf coach Kelsey Riggins said. “They have worked hard the last 12 weeks of training culminating with the Chuck Petersen Open before

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This Week in NIACC Sports

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL What’s next: The No. 4 (NJCAA Division II) NIACC women’s basketball team (7-3) plays at No. 27 (NJCAA Division I) Iowa Western (8-2) at 7 p.m. Tuesday in a nonconference game. Game time is set for 5 p.m. Last time out: NIACC stopped Marshalltown 74-46 last Wednesday in Marshalltown. Sophomore Diamond Miller paced

Cards, Indians split basketball doubleheader, area wrestling teams competed in tournaments

SPORTS NEWS DECEMBER 7 2015 The Forest City girls basketball team defeated Garner-Hayfield/Ventura 58-36 on Friday night in Garner. Brea Dillavou led the way with 16 points, while Hannah Anderson added 12 and Anna Andersen had 10. Forest City is now 3-0, and takes on North Union tomorrow night. Other Girls basketball scores: West Hancock

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