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Wed
29
Jan

SW girls down Clayton Ridge on Senior Night

Freshman post Morgan Kleve boxes out an NFV opponent during last week’s action for the girls’ basketball team. Kleve and the Warriors picked up a win on Friday night against Clayton Ridge on Senior Night. (Zakary Kriener photo)

 

SW girls down Clayton Ridge on Senior Night

 

Zakary Kriener

News Writer
zkriener@fayettepublishing.com

 

 

The South Winneshiek girls basketball team added win number two of the season last week, knocking off Clayton Ridge on Senior Night in Calmar. Facing a pair of tough area teams, the Warriors also dropped games to North Fayette Valley and to Sumner-Fredericksburg.

NFV

The Warriors began the week with a Tuesday night (Jan. 21) matchup against the TigerHawks of North Fayette Valley.

NFV got out to a fast start, leading 11-0, but South Winn was able to get on a small run to cut the lead to 11-5.

Throughout the remainder of the game, the lady TigerHawks were able to get hot and went on to down the Warriors, 66-22.

“NFV out-hustled us on many occasions during this game,” said coach Kayla Ross after the loss. “Defensively, we were not helping each other out as much as we should have been and could not defend their three-point shots.”

Sophomore Janessa Zweibahmer led the Warriors with 10 points, while senior Liz Tieskoetter had a team-high six rebounds.

Wed
29
Jan

Wrestlers go 3-3 in duals, 3rd at Alburnett Tourney

Warrior 160/170-pounder Logan Einck takes down his opponent with a nice double-leg during last week’s wrestling action. In a stellar week, Hageman went 9-1 with his only loss coming to a 7-6 decision in the finals at the Alburnett Invite on Saturday. In his wins, Logan earned six wins via fall. (Marie Conway photo)

 

Wrestlers go 3-3 in duals, 3rd at Alburnett Tourney

 

 

Starmont Duals

SW 54, Post. 12

106- Double forfeit; 113- SW forfeit; 120- Maldonado won 8-6 dec. over Rankin; 126- Bullerman won 6-2 dec. over Marroquin; 132- Adam won by forfeit; 138- Quandahl WBF over Perez; 145- S. Conway WBF over Avitan; 152- Greve WBF over Salgado; 160- Hageman WBF over Schroeder; 170- Taylor won by forfeit; 182- Double forfeit; 195- Bodensteiner LBF to Gutierrez; 220- Meyer WBF over Steffans; 285- Timp won by forfeit.

SW 23, N-P 45

106- SW forfeit; 113- SW forfeit; 120- Maldonado won 15-0 TF over Wilken; 126- Bullerman LBF to Nelson; 132- Adam LBF to Hackman; 138- Quandahl lost 9-5 dec. to Munn; 145- S. Conway WBF over Lentz; 152- Greve lost 8-4 dec. to Foelske; 160- Hageman won 9-4 dec. over Brunner; 170- Taylor lost 10-8 dec. to Downing; 182- SW forfeit; 195- SW forfeit; 220- Meyer won 11-4 dec. over Asche; 285- Timp WBF over Peterson.

Wed
29
Jan

NFV girls' bowlers win second straight

NFV girls' bowlers win second straight

 

Zakary Kriener

News Writer
zkriener@fayettepublishing.com

 

 

The North Fayette Valley bowlers hit the lanes Friday afternoon at Panther Lanes in Tripoli as the TigerHawks and Denver Cyclones did battle.

The NFV girls picked up the wins over Denver as Emily Guyer bowled a 177-196-373 to lead the team. Hailey Wurzer (160-167-327) and Erika Woodson (121-180-301) also scored over 300 for the TH girls.

Other competing bowlers included Shelby Holden (107-91-198), Breanna Baumler (99-96-195), and Sierra Kemp (74-93-167)

Wed
29
Jan

TigerHawk wrestlers busy with duals, go 3-4

TigerHawk wrestlers busy with duals, go 3-4

 

Zakary Kriener

News Writer
zkriener@fayettepublishing.com

 

 

It was a busy week for the TigerHawk wrestlers as the team competed in a total of seven duals, going 3-4 against a tough lineup of teams.

North Fayette Valley began the week Tuesday, Jan. 21, at North Linn where the team picked up wins over Central and North Linn, but fell to No. 5-ranked Independence.

At 132 pounds, Levi Lauer went 3-0 on the day and picked up a pair of falls to lead the TigerHawks.

Saturday, NFV headed to Denver to participate in the Denver Dual tournament. The TigerHawks went 1-3 on the day with a win over Sioux City East and losses to Dyersville Beckman, Mid-Prairie, and No. 8-ranked Denver (1A).

Colton Schupbach led the way for the TigerHawks as he went 3-0 on the day including a pair of pins.

Wed
29
Jan

TigerHawk girls win three in a row

North Fayette Valley senior Gina Gibson drives into the lane during a Tuesday night, Jan. 21, matchup against South Winn. Gibson had 11 points and five rebounds in the 66-22 win over the Warriors. (Zakary Kriener photo)

 

TigerHawk girls win three in a row

 

Zakary Kriener

News Writer
zkriener@fayettepublishing.com

 

 

The TigerHawk girls’ basketball team got back to its winning ways last week as it won three straight after losing four in a row the previous week.

NFV picked up wins against South Winneshiek, Oelwein, and West Central to improve to 9-6 on the season.

Wed
29
Jan

NFV boys make it five straight with perfect week

North Fayette Valley senior Trey Darnall drives around a South Winn defender during the team’s big, 60-48, win over the Warriors last week. Darnall had 12 points in the win, including four three-pointers. (Zakary Kriener photo)

 

NFV boys make it five straight with perfect week

 

Zakary Kriener

News Writer
zkriener@fayettepublishing.com

 

The North Fayette Valley boys’ basketball team pushed its winning streak to five and improved its overall record to 9-6 thanks to a 4-0 week that included wins over South Winneshiek, Oelwein, West Central, and North Butler.

South Winneshiek

The TigerHawks kicked off the week on Tuesday (Jan. 21) with a big win over one of the top teams in the Upper Iowa Conference, South Winneshiek.

With a healthy lineup, NFV and SW kept it close in the first half with the TigerHawks holding a one-point advantage at the half, but the TigerHawk strength showed in the second half as the home team pulled away for a 60-48 win.

Junior Kole Johnson had a game-high 18 points, 11 rebounds, and six assists to lead the way for NFV.

Wed
29
Jan

NFV girls bring home State medals

In their first year of wrestling, North Fayette Valley girls’ wrestlers Val Boleyn (left) and Abby Boehm (right) placed second and third, respectively, at the 2020 Girls’ State Wrestling Tournament last weekend. The girls are joined by head wrestling coach Jacob Pedersen. (Zakary Kriener photo)

 

NFV girls bring home State medals

 

Zakary Kriener

News Writer
zkriener@fayettepublishing.com

 

 

In the program’s first year of existence, the North Fayette Valley girls’ wrestling team produced a pair of top-three finishers at the 2020 IWCOA (Iowa Wrestling Coaches and Officials Association) Girls’ State Wrestling Tournament.

The tournament, which was held Friday and Saturday at Waverly-Shell Rock High School in Waverly, featured hundreds of girls from all over the state.

Junior 152-pounder Val Boleyn picked up four pins in the tournament before falling to Dubuque Walhert’s Alaina Schmidt (8-0) in the finals. Boleyn finished the season with a 12-6 record.

At 195 pounds, junior Abby Boehm finished her season with a win as she took third place in her weight class.

Wed
22
Jan

Warrior wrestlers win four duals

Warrior 152-pounder Sam Conway looks for a cradle during recent South Winn wrestling action. Conway recorded a pair of wins via fall last week during the Warriors’ two quad duals. (Zakary Kriener photo)

 

Warrior wrestlers win four duals

Zakary Kriener

News Writer
zkriener@fayettepublishing.com

 

 

Sumner-Fredericksburg

SW 66, Cent 6

106- Double forfeit; 113- Maldonado won by forfeit; 120- French won by forfeit; 126- Bullerman won by forfeit; 132- Adam won by forfeit; 138- Quandahl won by forfeit; 145- Double forfeit; 152- Conway WBF over Wilwert; 160- Greve won by forfeit; 170- Hageman won by forfeit; 182- Taylor won by forfeit; 195- Bodensteiner LBF to Grimm; 220- Meyer WBF over Whittle; 285- Timp won by forfeit.

SW 9, #1 DB 65

106- SW forfeit; 113- Maldonado LBF to McMahon; 120- French lost 13-3 MD to Funk; 126- Bullerman won by forfeit; 132- Adam LBF to Larson; 138- Quandahl LBF to Brown; 145- Conway LBF to Rahnavardi; 152- Greve LBF to Frost; 160- Hageman LBF to Cael Tenold; 170- Taylor lost 10-1 MD to Carson Tenold; 182- SW forfeit; 195- Bodensteiner LBF to Yoder; 220- Meyer lost 5-1 dec. to Thiry; 285- Timp lost 3-1 in TB1 to Timp.

Wed
22
Jan

Warrior girls pick up first win

South Winn freshman Clare Courtney makes a pass during recent Warrior basketball action. Courtney and the Warriors picked up their first win of the season last week as they knocked off Postville, 40-27, on Thursday night. (Zakary Kriener photo)

 

Warrior girls pick up first win

Zakary Kriener

News Writer
zkriener@fayettepublishing.com

The Warrior girls picked up their first win of the season last week as it knocked off Upper Iowa Conference foe Postville on Thursday.

MFL/MarMac

The Warriors hosted conference-leader MFL/MarMac in Calmar on Tuesday, falling 60-16.

The Bulldogs were able to outscore the Warriors in each quarter and held a 52-12 advantage after the first three quarters.

Leading the Warriors with six points was freshman Morgan Kleve. She also had a team-high 12 rebounds.

Wed
22
Jan

Warriors drop pair of UIC opponents, now 9-3

South Winn forward Collin Wiltgen goes up toward the rim during recent Warrior basketball action. Last week, Wiltgen tallied 23 points against Postville and 29 points against MFL/MarMac to cap his best two-game stretch in a SW uniform. (Zakary Kriener photo)

 

Warriors drop pair of UIC opponents, now 9-3

 

Zakary Kriener

News Writer
zkriener@fayettepublishing.com

 

 

The Warrior boys added a pair of wins to its record last week as it downed MFL/MarMac on Tuesday and then defeated Postville on Thursday.

MFL/MarMac

The Warriors hosted the Bulldogs of MFL/MarMac on Tuesday evening in Calmar as South Winn and emerged with a 70-55 win.

“This was an all around great team victory for our kids and I am very proud of them,” said coach Blake Moen after the win. “From the second quarter on we did a great job of slowing down MFL’s offense with our great defensive intensity and hustle.”

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