For the first time this season, the Tigers will be playing on natural grass. Their plan is to keep their running game going.
Just when it seemed as if the Wildcats were going to run away with the game, one Ar-We-Va athlete seemed to take the game into his own hands.
Often the best medicine to a disappointing day is a win. For Kuemper’s No. 10 ranked volleyball team, they were able to get a double dose of medicine on Tuesday.
Kuemper Catholic softball hosted a cancer-awareness game on June 29 against Glidden-Ralston at the Carroll softball stadium and featured a tribute to cancer survivors, recognizing those who are in the battle for their lives.
Before Carroll hosted the Classes 1A and 2A State High School Baseball Tournaments last month at Merchants Park, the community had to form a team of its own. Tournament leaders wanted to make sure the players, coaches, fans from the 16 teams — eight in each class — enjoyed a championship exp…