Tag Archives: Iowa High School Football

Forest City volleyball sweeps an NIC triangular

SPORTS NEWS SEPTEMBER 10 2014 The Forest City Volleyball team defeated Belmond-Klemme and North Union in North Iowa Conference action Tuesday night in Armstrong.  Forest City beat Belmond-Klemme 25-22, 25-9, 25-11 and North Union 25-17, 25-21, and 25-19. Forest City travels to Lake Mills tomorrow night for a key North Iowa Conference matchup. Join Orin

Friday night football results

SPORTS NEWS SEPTEMBER 8 2014 The Forest City Football team fell to Spirit Lake 35-25 in non-district action Friday night in the home opener.  Tanner Thompson led the way with 67 yards rushing and 2 touchdowns, while completing 6 passes for 94 yards and another touchdown.  Tyler Prescott was on the receiving end of the

Waldorf Football team rolls to victory at Mayville State Saturday afternoon

SPORTS NEWS AUGUST 25 2014 The Waldorf football team opened the 2014 campaign by taking the long road trip to Mayville, North Dakota to take on Mayville State University. The trip was worth it, as the Warriors crushed the Comets 48-0.  Quarterback Christopher Smith led Waldorf as he went 16 of 33 for 199 yards

Forest City High School announces their next football coach

Forest City High School has announced that Carroll Kuemper assistant football coach PJ Hedrington has signed a contract to coach the school’s football program and teach high school PE.  Hedrington coached at Kuemper for 2 seasons, winning a state title last year. Hedrington talks to KIOW about why he decided to make this move. New

SPORTS NEWS FEBRUARY 6 2014

FOREST CITY FOOTBALL STANDOUT TYLER PUTNEY HAS SIGNED A NATIONAL LETTER OF INTENT TO PLAY FOOTBALL NEXT YEAR AT THE UNIVERSITY OF NORTHERN IOWA IN CEDAR FALLS. PUTNEY, A 6’ 7” 275 POUND OFFENSIVE LINEMAN, WILL FOLLOW HIS OLDER BROTHER JUSTIN TO THE PANTHERS.  TYLER AMASSED 79 TACKLES, INCLUDING 13 FOR LOSS AND 2 SACKS

SPORTS NEWS OCTOBER 28 2013

THE FOREST CITY INDIAN FOOTBALL TEAM FELL TO RIVAL GARNER-HAYFIELD/VENTURA 7-0 FRIDAY NIGHT, BUT STILL QUALIFIED FOR THE STATE FOOTBALL PLAYOFFS.  THE CARDINALS SCORED THE LONE TOUCHDOWN OF THE GAME ON A 10 YARD BOOTLEG RUN BY QUARTERBACK SPENCER SHAW.  BRADEN MEINTS RAN FOR 187 YARDS FOR THE CARDINALS, WHILE TYLER PRESCOTT HAD 91 YARDS

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