Everything coming back from Tucson seemed normal. As it turns out the seven games played in Arizona would be the last bit of normalcy the team would experience this season.
STORM LAKE: Buena Vista University senior Clayton Christian put his mother on a plane in Tucson, Arizona, this month, and watched her take off on a flight back home, to Glidden.
For weeks, everyone could see the disease spreading from the east westward. This time, they didn’t close the schools, and sports continued as scheduled. Then, it got worse, and schools were closed out of necessity. St. Anthony stopped allowing visitors. Eventually, there was no choice — game…
BRYANT, ARKANSAS: By early last week, I had stopped looking for televised sports. When I have downtime (usually that’s rare), I settle in and find a game, often accompanied on the couch by my sons J.D. (11) and Luke (8). A few days earlier, I had flipped to our CBS affiliate during what was …
Drake University has postponed the 2020 Drake Relays presented by Xtream powered by Mediacom along with related special events and programs due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The 111th edition of the event was scheduled for April 22–25 at Drake Stadium.
Of Carroll’s four losses this season, 75 percent of them came to teams that finished either second or fourth in the class 3A State tournament.
The Carroll Chamber of Commerce’s 14th annual Hoop It Up youth basketball tournament rebounded well with 70 teams competing in boys third-through-ninth-grade and girls sixth- and eighth-grade divisions Feb. 22 and 23 in Carroll.
Early in the second quarter of Tuesday’s class 1A district semi-final game IKM-Manning had climbed the mountain an taken the lead from St. Albert.
A fight for their lives was nearing its second week, and so far the Kuemper Catholic boys’ basketball team had downed all of their challengers.
DES MOINES: There was only one thing that first-year head Kuemper Catholic wrestling coach, Shane Vaughan could think of when he was asked about Ben Schmitz at the State tournament.
The most underrated aspect of NBA All-Star weekend is the insane amount of celebrities that dot the landscape. And for a first time attendee like myself, it was a tad overwhelming.
Ar-We-Va’s basketball season started with the Rockets appearing to be on their way to a .500 record. Through the first eight contests the Rockets were 4-4 with notable wins over Paton-Churdan, Coon Rapids-Bayard and Glidden-Ralston. They also had a narrow five-point defeat against Exira-Elk …
In the final wrestling rankings released by The Predicament there were only four weight classes in Carroll’s district that did not feature at least one wrestler.
During a Feb. 7 game, Glidden-Ralston honored long-time head football coach and superintendent Kreg Lensch (pictured at left) for his service to his school district.
One swimmer wanted to break his own school record. Another swimmer wanted to make the most out of his only year swimming on the team. Another wanted to one-up his brother. And one just wanted to continue to add to the legacy they had started the previous season.