Sports

09/24/2018 - 4:41pm
The Northeast Iowa Community College Sports Shooting team started its first competitive meet of the fall season with a win over the Corridor Clay Crushers at the Dual Conference Meet Sept. 15 in Turkey Valley. The NICC team scored 471 points to the Clay Crushers’ 461. At the Dual Conference Meet in American Trap, 16 yards, NICC athletes scored the following as individuals (out of 100):...
09/17/2018 - 3:17pm
South Winneshiek defeated Starmont 49-0 Friday to cap off homecoming. The Stars journeyed north for the game. Coach Jason Ohrt noted “a nice balanced attack on offense” by email Sunday. The Warriors “created 5 turnovers on defense” and managed some blocked punts, according to Ohrt. Read more in the September 18 edition of...
09/10/2018 - 4:28pm
Sumner-Fredericksburg gave South Winneshiek its first loss of the season Aug. 31 44-8. Sophomore Zach Taylor had two points for the Warriors, and junior Jaron Todd had six points. Friday’s contest with Postville saw South Winneshiek earn an early lead. For the full story, see this week's September 11 edition of the Calmar Courier....
09/10/2018 - 4:16pm
With a theme of “Decades of Winning Tradition!,” the South Winneshiek homecoming court will feature Tayton Bullerman, Cole Klimesh, Brekin Tigges, Levi Lukes, Sierra Breitsprecher, Ellie Loesch, Abby Manning and Melissa Ward. Bullerman, the son of Sheila and Doug Bullerman, is in his fourth year of football and wrestling with one year...
09/04/2018 - 8:06am
South Winneshiek and Turkey Valley runners were supposed to have competed Thursday at Charles City, but recent rain washed out that idea. Instead, the Warriors sought permission to run at MFL MarMac. South Winneshiek’s Paul Hageman took second place for the men with a time of 17:53.01. Maquoketa’s Chance Downs was first with a time of...
08/27/2018 - 4:15pm
A 30-10 victory opened the season for South Winneshiek football Friday. Junior Jaron Todd led the Warriors with 12 points with Levi Lukes, Zach Taylor and Noah Tieskoetter having six points each. A 26-yard field goal in the first quarter had the Bulldogs looking at some hope. “We had a slow start on offense in the first quarter,” said...
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