Sports

 Cyclone sophomore Chloe Hansen earned the girls 400-meter hurdles conference title by clocking a season-best time of 1:07.61. (Photos by Mike Oeffner)
 DENISON -- Several of Harlan Community’s top track and field stars shone brightly Thursday night as the Cyclones wrapped up regular season action at the Hawkeye Ten Conference Co-Ed Meet in Denison. HCHS seniors Allison Bruck and Gillian Streit, along with sophomores Greichaly Kaster and Chloe...
 REGIONAL -- Qualifiers for Iowa’s 2017 State Track and Field Championships will be determined Thursday night (May 11) when Co-Ed State Qualifying Meets are held statewide at 4:00 p.m. The area’s four track schools will compete at three different venues. The Harlan Community girls and boys squads...
Curt Bladt
 HARLAN -- The National High School Athletic Coaches Association has announced the upcoming induction of Harlan Community High School football coach Curt Bladt into the NHSACA National Hall of Fame. This year’s induction ceremony for the Class of 2017 will take place on June 20 at the National High...
 HCHS senior Isaac Stitz finished regular-season play with a No. 1 singles record of 6-5. (File photo)
 RED OAK -- The Harlan Community boys tennis team rode a wave of momentum into postseason action following Thursday’s 8-1 dual win at Red Oak. Coupled with a 7-2 victory at Clarinda one week earlier, the Cyclones finished regular-season play with an overall record of 7-5 and a Hawkeye Ten mark of 5...
 Harlan Community’s Troy Nowatzke tees off during an early-season round at Harlan Golf and Country Club.
 ATLANTIC -- Posting four scores between 78 and 84, the Harlan Community boys golf team placed fourth out of 14 teams in the Atlantic Trojan Tournament last Tuesday (May 2) at the Atlantic Golf and Country Club. Atlantic won the meet with an outstanding team score of 289, followed by Clarinda (305...
Joshua Cheek - Harlan Community, sr.
 DES MOINES -- The National Football Foundation - Iowa Chapter - announced May 1 that Harlan Community senior Joshua Cheek has been selected as one of 11 winners of the 2017 Scholar-Athlete Award. This award recognizes high school football players who have demonstrated a commitment to excellence on...
 HCHS players celebrate the team’s first goal of the match by Levi Culp during Tuesday’s 3-2 win over Council Bluffs Thomas Jefferson. Left-right: Jordan Fink, Dylan Eshelman, Drew Voge, Alex Wingert (15), Levi Culp (13) and Michael Heithoff (16).
 HARLAN -- Sophomore Levi Culp scored his first two varsity goals and junior goalie Keaton Jones snared a diving save with less than two minutes left as Harlan Community topped Council Bluffs Thomas Jefferson 3-2 in boys soccer action Tuesday (May 2) at Merrill Field. Trailing 1-0 for much of the...
 HCHS goalie Kenzie Jones looks to deflect a shot on goal by St. Albert’s Teagan Blackburn (7) as Cyclone freshman Dani Arkfeld looks on during Monday’s game at Merrill Field.
 HARLAN -- St. Albert took advantage of a strong first-half wind at its back, scoring four goals in the first 19 minutes and handing the Harlan Community girls a 6-1 loss at Merrill Field on Monday. HCHS tied the game, 1-1, in the fourth minute as Jenna Brelje scored off her own intercepted pass,...
 DEFENDING THE GOLD -- AHSTW junior Gage Clay (left) defended his Western Iowa Conference titles in the 100-meter dash as well as the 200 dash on Tuesday night. (Photo courtesy of Matt Gengler, Missouri Valley Times)
 TREYNOR -- AHSTW standouts Jaycie Schueman and Gage Clay both claimed two individual gold medals Tuesday night and were part of the school’s five total wins at the Western Iowa Conference Co-Ed Track Meet held in Treynor. The girls and boys teams from IKM-Manning and AHSTW all placed in the lower...
 Exira-EHK junior Kealey Nelson (left) takes a handoff from Sydnee Young in the distance medley relay at Monday’s Rolling Valley Conference Championships. The Spartans placed second in the race. (Photo courtesy of Caleb Nelson, Atlantic News-Telegraph)
 WOODBINE -- A victory in the 4x800 relay highlighted Exira-Elk Horn-Kimballton’s night as the Spartan boys placed third out of 10 teams in Monday’s Rolling Valley Conference Co-Ed Track Championships at Woodbine. Adding on eight other top-three finishes, the Spartans placed 18 times in 17 events...

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