Both teams were willing to prove how tough they were on Friday night.
When the wind was with them, teams became almost invincible. With the wind blowing in their face, the effort it took to move down the field was almost too much to handle.
I want to personally apologize for the spelling error in the Friday, October 23 paper recapping the Glidden-Ralston volleyball regional playoff games. The first sentence was supposed to read, “As they had all season long, the Wildcats weren’t afraid to show off how scrappy of a team they could be.”
Rapture: Fifteen Teams, Four Countries, One NBA Championship and How to Find a Way to Win — Damn Near Anywhere by Nick Nurse hit shelves Oct. 13. The autobiography, written along with veteran author Michael Sokolove, touches on Nurse’s rise to stardom from Carroll, Iowa, to an NBA champion h…
LAKE CITY: For a number of years one of the most daunting challenges of the Lake City Country Club was the hills in the last mile. This year the course was flipped and the hills at the beginning of the course were a breeze compared to the leg-killing straights at the end of the course.
Tuesday morning the Crusaders weren’t going to play a game on Friday night. By Thursday morning the Crusaders were busy preparing for a unexpected road trip.
LAKE CITY: Throughout 2020 the unexpected has become expected. That trend continued on Friday night with the South Central Calhoun football team.
It was supposed to be the final test before taking on one of the best teams in the state. It was supposed to be a test to see which team had what it took to potentially run the schedule.