Sports

08/08/2017 - 11:19am
CLARKSVILLE – Clarksville’s new football coach Adam Anthony has familiarity with the area going for him as he takes over in 2017. A 1994 graduate of Allison-Bristow, Anthony also has some experience coaching at the junior high level at North Butler community. “When I got out of the Marine Corps, I coached at North Butler,” Anthony said, “and from there at Central...
08/01/2017 - 11:48am
DES MOINES – Leading the Clarksville softball team to a Class 1A state runner-up finish, freshman pitcher Kori Wedeking was honored by being named to the Iowa Girls Coaches Association first team all-state squad. With a 23-1 record and a miniscule 0.65 ERA in the circle, Wedeking finished sixth in the entire state among ERA leaders, two were...
08/01/2017 - 11:45am
DES MOINES – North Butler’s Taylor Graven earned one last honor during her high school softball career. The Western Kentucky University signee was voted to the Class 1A Iowa Girls Coaches Association first team all-state, announced early Friday, July 28. Graven was joined on the second team by teammate senior shortstop Kayla Siemens...
07/25/2017 - 12:41pm
FORT DODGE – Only Kee, Lansing, the defending Class 1A state softball champions, could accomplish what no one else had this season. The Kee Hawks held the Indians bats at bay in the state title game on Friday, July 21 as coach Katie Wedeking’s team scored their school’s highest finish at the state tournament in an 8-1 loss. All-...
07/25/2017 - 12:17pm
ALLISON – Despite missing the last three weeks of the regular season, North Butler senior pitcher Taylor Graven was tabbed as the Top of Iowa East Conference softball player of the year. Graven, a Division I Western Kentucky University signee, finished with a 17-5 and a 9-0 conference record in the Top of Iowa Conference before a ribcage...
07/21/2017 - 3:39am
Update: Rain in Fort Dodge has delayed the 1A title game to at least 3:15 p.m.   FORT DODGE -- Waiting out a 92-minute lightning delay and surviving a back-and-forth game that included 40 total hits and eight errors, Clarksville advanced to today's (Friday) Class 1A state title game.   It came with a 15-12, nine-inning...
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