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SPORTS NEWS FEBRUARY 14 2014

The Belmond-Klemme boys basketball team defeated CAL 82-40 Thursday night, as Elijah Kinseth scored his 1,000th career point.  Kinseth had 16 to lead the Broncos, while Caleb Torkelson added 15, Court Christianson 14, and Colin Lane 11.  Other Thursday boys basketball scores: Clear Lake 86, Humboldt 78 Spencer Davidson, CL, 27 points, now over 1,000

SPORTS NEWS FEBRUARY 7 2014

THE WEST HANCOCK BOYS BASKETBALL TEAM DEFEATED NORTH IOWA IN NON-CONFERENCE ACTION THURSDAY NIGHT 63-38. IN A GAME HEARD ON B103.1, TREVOR NALAN HAD 19 POINTS AND 15 REBOUNDS, WHILE NATE PAULUS HAD 16 POINTS.  OTHER BOYS BASKETBALL SCORES: NORTH BUTLER 60, RICEVILLE 31 GIRLS BASKETBALL SCORES: NORTH UNION 42, WEST HANCOCK 33 NORTH BUTLER

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 JANUARY 10 2014

The Lake Mills wrestling team went 2-0 Thursday night at the Newman triangular, defeating Belmond-Klemme 42-34, and downing the host Knights 47-24.  Newman defeated Belmond-Klemme 46-28 in the 3rd dual meet.  Lake Mills is now 12-5 in duals.  Other Thursday night wrestling scores: Central Springs 69, Rockford 6 Central Springs 60, Riceville 15 Nashua-Plainfield 40,

SPORTS NEWS DECEMBER 6 2013

The Forest City boys’ and girls’ basketball teams swept a non-conference doubleheader from Estherville-Lincoln Central Thursday night in Forest City.  The boys’ defeated the Midgets 80-52, as Erich Erdman scored 27 points, while sophomore Mitch Lambert added 12 and Isaiah Loeschen 11.  The Forest City girls defeated Estherville-Lincoln Central 56-34 behind 24 points from Sarri

SPORTS NEWS DECEMBER 5 2013

The Waldorf Women’s Basketball team picked up their first win of the season Wednesday night by erupting for 40 second half points in a 59-47 win over Bethany Lutheran College.  In a game heard here on KIOW, Brenna Brigham and DeSia Demmings each had 14 points, with Demmings adding 11 rebounds.  The Warriors shot just

SPORTS NEWS DECEMBER 3 2013

The West Hancock basketball teams opened the 2013-14 campaign by sweeping Eagle Grove in non-conference action. The girls defeated Eagle Grove 62-25, as Maria Gonzalez had 16 points, while Emily Leerar and Cara Francis added 12 points apiece.  The West Hancock boys defeated Eagle Grove 74-58.  Both the girls and boys travel to Northwood to

SPORTS NEWS NOVEMBER 25 2013

THE FOREST CITY INDIAN GIRLS BASKETBALL TEAM OPENED THEIR SEASON FRIDAY NIGHT WITH A 53-40 LOSS TO THE ROCKFORD WARRIORS IN ROCKFORD. IN A GAME HEARD HERE ON KIOW, SOPHOMORE SARRI HAPPEL LED THE WAY WITH 15 POINTS.  FOREST CITY PLAYS HOST TO ALGONA HIGH TOMORROW NIGHT. JOIN ORIN HARRIS FOR THE LIVE PLAY BY

SPORTS NEWS NOVEMBER 7 2013

THE LAKE MILLS VOLLEYBALL TEAM’S SEASON CAME TO A CLOSE WITH A LOSS TO 2ND RANKED WESTERN CHRISTIAN OF HULL IN THE 2A REGIONAL FINAL WEDNESDAY NIGHT.  IN A MATCH HEARD HERE ON KIOW, SET SCORES WERE 25-11, 25-13, 25-16.  THE BULLDOGS WRAP UP THEIR SEASON AT 35-6, WHILE WESTERN CHRISTIAN MOVES TO 43-2, AND

SPORTS NEWS NOVEMBER 4 2013

THE LAKE MILLS VOLLEYBALL TEAM DEFEATED NORTH UNION 3 SETS TO NONE FRIDAY NIGHT IN THE 2A REGIONAL SEMIFINALS.  SET SCORES WERE 25-15, 25-18, 25-16.  BROOKE HAGEN LED THE BULLDOGS WITH 32 ASSISTS, WHILE RACHEL SEGURA HAD 12 KILLS, MORGAN CHRISTENSON AND MADISON SHIFFLET HAD 9 KILLS APIECE.  THE BULLDOGS ADVANCE TO PLAY 2ND RANKED

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