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Warrior T/F competes at UIC Indoor Meet

South Winn’s Hunter Wagner charges through the corner during Friday afternoon’s UIC Indoor Meet at Luther College in Decorah. (Jerry Wadian photo)

 

Warrior T/F competes at UIC Indoor Meet

 

By Zakary Kriener

zkriener@fayettepublishing.com

 

 

The Warrior track and field teams traveled north to Decorah for the 2022 Upper Iowa Conference Indoor Meet on Friday. 

Wed
30
Mar

Warrior T/F compete in first action of '22 season

Warrior senior Eryn Sabelka blazes out of the blocks during one of her races at the UIC Indoor Meet. Sabelka took runner-up honors in the 800-meter run with a time of 2:34.93. (Jerry Wadian photo)

 

Warrior T/F compete in first action of '22 season

By Zakary Kriener

zkriener@fayettepublishing.com

The South Winneshiek track and field teams got their season going last weekend at Luther College for their first indoor meet of the season. 

Wed
30
Mar

West Central Blue Devils get '22 T/F started

Jed Tyler leads a group of runners through the corner during Friday’s UIC Indoor Meet in Decorah. (Jerry Wadian photo)

 

West Central Blue Devils get '22 T/F started

 

By Zakary Kriener

zkriener@fayettepublishing.com

 

 

The West Central boys’ and girls’ track and field teams got their 2022 seasons underway Friday at the Upper Iowa Conference Indoor Meet at Luther College in Decorah.

Wed
30
Mar

NFV track gets season underway at UIC Indoor

North Fayette Valley’s Brianna Davis clears the mark during her high jump attempt at Friday’s UIC Indoor Meet in Decorah. Davis cleared a height of 4’2” to take fourth in the event. (Jerry Wadian photo)

 

NFV track gets season underway at UIC Indoor

 

By Zakary Kriener

zkriener@fayettepublishing.com

 

 

The North Fayette Valley track and field teams got their seasons going Friday afternoon at the Upper Iowa Conference Indoor Meet in Decorah. While team scores were not kept, the TigerHawk boys and girls were each able to win at least one event.

Wed
23
Feb

Warrior boys come up just short in District opener

South Winn senior Nick Holien puts up a jump shot during a recent Warrior basketball game. Last week, Holien and the team’s season came to an end as the Warriors came up just short against a tough Kee High team. (Zakary Kriener photo)

 

Warrior boys come up just short in District opener

 

By Zakary Kriener

zkriener@fayettepublishing.com

 

 

All good things must eventually come to and end. For the Warrior boys’ basketball team, that time came Monday night, Feb. 14, when they lost to Kee High in the District Tournament opener.

Wed
23
Feb

Pair of Warrior grapplers compete at State Tournament

South Winneshiek senior Logan Hageman (second from left) finished sixth at 195 pounds at the 2022 State Wrestling Tournament in Des Moines. The winner of the Class 1A 195 pound bracket was Don Bosco’s Carson Tenold (center). 

 

Pair of Warrior grapplers compete at State Tournament

 

By Zakary Kriener

zkriener@fayettepublishing.com

 

South Winneshiek seniors Logan Hageman and Tony Greve were two of just 224 Class 1A wrestlers to qualify for the 2022 State Wrestling Tournament last week in Des Moines. Hageman came home with a medal after taking sixth at 195 pounds, while Greve went 1-2 in the tournament at 220 pounds.

Wed
23
Feb

SW girls fall to No. 15 A-P in quarterfinals

While Warrior senior Emily Michels missed a large portion of the season due to injury, she still contributed to South Winn’s effort this season. She had nine points and eight rebounds in limited action this season, which officially came to an end last week with a loss to No. 15-ranked Aplington-Parkersburg. (Zakary Kriener photo)

 

 

SW girls fall to No. 15 A-P in quarterfinals

 

by Zakary Kriener

zkriener@fayettepublishing.com

 

After winning their first round postseason game over the weekend, the South Winneshiek girls’ basketball team headed to Aplington-Parkersburg on Tuesday night (Feb. 15) to take on the No. 15-ranked Falcons.

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23
Feb

WC boys fall to Wapsie Valley in 1st round of postseason

WC boys fall to Wapsie Valley in 1st round of postseason

 

By Zakary Kriener

The West Central boys’ basketball season came to an end Monday night, Feb. 14, with a 63-30 loss to a tough Wapsie Valley squad.

The Warriors got out to a 19-11 lead after a quarter and extended its lead to 38-15 by halftime.

The Blue Devils continued to struggle in the second half as WV outscored WC, 25-15.

Logan Wescott and Brooks Ingels each had seven points to lead the West Central offense. Wescott also led the Blue Devils in rebounding (six) and assists (four).

West Central ends its 2021-2022 campaign with a 3-19 record.

SCORE BY QUARTERS

1 2 3 4 Final

WC 11 4 7 8 30

WV 19 19 16 9 63

Wed
23
Feb

NFV bowlers compete at State Qualifying meet

North Fayette Valley junior bowler Jacob Ladeburg was one of six TigerHawk boys to compete at the state qualifying meet in Dubuque on Tuesday (Feb. 15). Ladeburg bowled a 356 series. (Zakary Kriener photo)

 

NFV bowlers compete at State qualifying meet

 

 

By Zakary Kriener

The North Fayette Valley bowling squads competed at their State Qualifying meet last week as the TigerHawk girls placed fourth and the boys were sixth. Dubuque Wahlert was the host school for the meet as competition took place Tuesday, Feb. 15, at Cherry Lanes Bowling Alley in Dubuque.

Wed
23
Feb

TigerHawk boys nipped by Bulldogs in 2nd round

NFV almost upset MFL/MM Monday (Feb 14). Bryce Elsbernd (10) led the second-half charge. The junior had 12 points in the losing effort. (Jerry Wadian photo)

 

 

TigerHawk boys nipped by Bulldogs in 2nd round

 

By Zakary Kriener

The North Fayette Valley boys’ basketball team gave it its best shot Thursday night, but came up just short of advancing in the postseason.

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