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Forest City Basketball sweeps, wrestlers swept at

SPORTS NEWS JANUARY 6 2016 The Forest City basketball teams defeated Bishop Garrigan Tuesday night. The Boys won 70-40, as Logan Hall had 14 and Ryan Theel 10.  Forest City plays at Central Springs tomorrow night. Other Boys basketball scores: West Hancock 83, Belmond-Klemme 27 Nate Paulus, WH, 22 points Lake Mills 60, North Iowa

Paulus now West Hancock’s all-time leading scorer, Forest City basketball sweeps Belmond-Klemme

SPORTS NEWS DECEMBER 23 2015   The West Hancock Boys basketball team went into the holiday break undefeated with an 83-44 win over Newman Catholic Tuesday night. In that win, Nate Paulus became the school’s all-time leading scorer, as he had 22 points to pass Bob Nielson with 1,327 points. The Forest City basketball teams

West Hancock Basketball sweeps North Iowa, Forest City wrestling splits a pair of duals

SPORTS NEWS DECEMBER 16 2015 The West Hancock Boys basketball team got by North Iowa 76-12 Tuesday night. Nate Paulus had 29 points, while Dylan Eckels added 18.  Other boys basketball scores: Lake Mills 86, Eagle Grove 40 Garner-Hayfield/Ventura 71, Bishop Garrigan 38 Saint Ansgar 64, Nashua-Plainfield 30 North Butler 55, Osage 49 OT North

Forest City basketball sweeps North Iowa, Wrestling results from Saturday

SPORTS NEWS DECEMBER 14 2015 The Forest City Boys basketball team defeated North Iowa 58-12 Friday night. Sam Snyder led the way with 14, while Logan Hall added 12.  Austin Haisman had 8 points for the Bison. Other Friday basketball scores: West Hancock 88, North Union 37 Garner-Hayfield/Ventura 67, Belmond-Klemme 21 West Fork 62, Newman

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

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

Forest City teams roll past Eagle Grove, Lake Mills wrestling goes 3-0

SPORTS NEWS DECEMBER 2 2015 The Forest City Boys basketball team opened their season with a 69-50 win over Eagle Grove Tuesday night. Senior Mitch Lambert led the way with 19 points and 4 three pointers, while sophomore Sam Snyder added 13.  Forest City travels to Garner-Hayfield/Ventura Friday night. Other Boys basketball scores: West Hancock

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Maggie Mathiasen is the MBT KIOW Prep of the Week for November 4, 2015

PREP OF THE WEEK NOVEMBER 4 2015 This week’s MBT KIOW Prep of the Week is a senior at Forest City High School. Maggie Mathiasen helped the Indians to another 3A regional final with 2 outstanding matches last week. Monday night, Maggie led the Indians to a straight sets win over Garner-Hayfield/Ventura with 15 kills,

Area football teams struggle in opening round of the playoffs.

SPORTS NEWS OCTOBER 29 2015 Playoff football began in Iowa Wednesday night, and North Iowa teams didn’t fare well in the 1st round. Only Bishop Garrigan, Hampton-Dumont and Saint Ansgar advanced to the 2nd round.  In Garner, the Cardinals of Garner-Hayfield/Ventura fell to 4th seeded New Hampton 26-6 in 2A action. Conner Shaw led the

Chase Smith of Garner-Hayfield/Ventura Cross Country is the MBT KIOW Prep of the Week for October 28, 2015

PREP OF THE WEEK OCTOBER 28 2015 This week’s MBT KIOW Prep of the Week is a senior at Garner-Hayfield/Ventura High School. Chase Smith led the top ranked Cardinals into the State meet with a district individual title at Orange City last Thursday. Chase, the top ranked 2A runner, led the Cardinals to a 4

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