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HCHS senior Jordyn Moser knocks the ball away from Glenwood’s Molly Dean to thwart a Ram layup attempt during Saturday’s game.
 GLENWOOD -- For the Harlan Community girls basketball team, it’s a good time for a little break in the action. Playing their sixth game in 12 days since the end of the holiday break, the top-ranked (4-A) Cyclones looked a little lethargic at times but scored the final 11 points to beat Glenwood,...
 HCHS senior Will Lansman (43) shoots a fade-away jumper over Glenwood’s Connor Weis on Saturday.
 GLENWOOD -- Harlan Community scored the first basket of the game and took a brief one-point lead early in the fourth quarter. Other than that, the third-ranked (3-A) Cyclones played catch-up for 32 minutes Saturday night and ultimately fell two points short in a 57-55 conference defeat at Glenwood...
 DES MOINES -- Harlan Community baseball coach Steve Daeges will be one of five individuals inducted into the Iowa High School Baseball Coaches Association Hall of Fame on Saturday evening (January 23) in West Des Moines. The Hall of Fame and awards banquet will be held at 6:00 p.m. at the Sheraton...
 MOUNT AYR -- Losing only to Shenandoah, the Harlan Community wrestling team placed second with a 7-1 record at the Ron Scott Memorial Dual Tournament in Mount Ayr this past weekend. HCHS is now 15-7 on the season going into Tuesday’s 5:30 p.m. home quad vs. AHSTW, Denison-Schleswig and Atlantic. ...
HCHS sophomore Shane Chamberlain drives toward the basket during Friday night’s home win over Clarinda. Chamberlain finished with four points and three assists.
 HARLAN -- Ethan Knudson’s 19 points led 13 Harlan Community players in the scoring column Friday night as the 3rd-ranked Cyclones utilized their reserves early and often in a 76-41 win over Clarinda. HCHS built a 51-21 halftime lead and cruised the rest of the way, improving to 10-1 overall and 7-...
 CLARINDA -- The Harlan Community girls outscored Clarinda 22-3 in the second quarter Friday night en route to a 58-21 Hawkeye Ten road win. Playing its first game as the new number-one ranked team in Class 4-A, HCHS improved to 6-0 in conference games and 11-1 overall.
Exira-EHK sophomore Sophia Peppers (center) totaled 29 points and 10 rebounds Friday night as the Spartans downed Charter Oak-Ute, 64-40. (Photo by Mike Oeffner)
 ELK HORN -- Sophia Peppers dominated in the post for 29 points and 10 rebounds Friday night as the shorthanded Exira-Elk Horn-Kimballton girls handled Charter Oak-Ute 64-40. The 2nd-ranked (1-A) Spartans also won at Glidden-Ralston 46-34 on Saturday afternoon, improving to 14-0 overall and 13-0 in...
Spartan junior Chris Paulsen shoots over Charter Oak-Ute’s Jesse Hupp.
 ELK HORN -- Exira-Elk Horn-Kimballton finished the first half on a 12-2 run and never looked back Friday night, beating Charter Oak-Ute 70-51 in Rolling Valley Conference action. The Spartans led just 23-21 when Dakota Rold’s three-point play sparked the end-of-first-half surge. Exira-EHK also...
 RED OAK -- The Harlan Community girls defended their team title at Tuesday’s Red Oak Bowling Tournament while the Cyclone boys placed second to Lewis Central behind Max Langenfeld’s overall high series score of 459. Only eight pins separated the top two girls teams when all was said and done. HCHS...
Brody Sorensen, HCHS
 HARLAN -- The Harlan Community girls and boys bowling teams both improved their dual record to 2-2 with wins over Creston on January 9 at Cyclone Lanes. HCHS won the girls dual, 2,218 to 2,184, led by Bailey Portwood’s two-game series of 347 and Elizabeth Stroud’s 331. The Creston girls’ record...

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