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Front row L-R: Kaitlyn Facile, Kacey Croghan, Erin Langel, Rylie Muhlbauer, Aly Stadtlander, Eliza Grabill. Middle row L-R: Lily Doyel, Jodi Opperman, Sadie Thompson, Cassidy Branning, Payton Sporrer, Shyanne Sporrer, Danyl Griffith (mgr). Back row L-R: Jordynne Bauer, Mya Irlmeier, Sydney Wegner, Gabrielle Cadwell, Caitlin Muhlbauer, Neeka Jacobsen, Ali Lembke, Amanda Ranniger. Not pictured: J. Singsank, H. Kuchel, S. Halbur.
2016 Track & Field • Co-Ed ScheduleSat., March 19    Buena Vista Indoor Meet (Girl/Boy), 10:00 a.m.Tues., March 29    Chelsey Henkenius Early Bird Meet (Girl/Boy), 4:30Tues., April 5    Maple Valley-Anthon-Oto Girls Invite - at Mapleton, 4:30Tues., April 5    SCC Ink Wunderly Boys Relays - at...
 AVOCA -- The AHSTW girls and boys golf teams both finished 2-0 in a season-opening home triangular meet Tuesday, beating Exira-Elk Horn-Kimballton and Adair-Casey at the Avoca Golf Course. The Lady Vikes scored a 233, led by medalist Hannah Denning’s round of 52 and runner-up medalist Taylor...
 GLENWOOD -- Harlan Community placed in 10 girls events and six boys events at the Glenwood 9-10 Co-Ed Ram Relays on Saturday. The Cyclone girls placed seventh in the JV meet with 49 points and the boys placed eighth with 33 points, although neither squad competed in all the events. 
HCHS sophomore Tanner Fink (right) stretches for the ball as Underwood’s Jake Dotterer (4) and Cyclone sophomore Alex Blum also converge
 HARLAN -- For the second time in as many games, the Harlan Community boys soccer team scored an early goal and made it stand here Friday night, beating Underwood 1-0 at Merrill Field. The Cyclones opened the season with a 1-0 victory at Treynor in windy and damp conditions Thursday - scoring the...
 CRUISING TO VICTORY -- Harlan Community junior Allison Bruck (center) dominates the field en route to a lopsided victory in the 100-meter hurdles at Tuesday’s Monarch Co-Ed Relays in Harlan. The Cyclone girls placed second to Denison-Schleswig in the team standings. (Photos by Mike Oeffner)
 HARLAN -- The Harlan Community girls and boys track teams combined for nine gold-medal events, but neither was able to secure a team title as the host of Tuesday’s Denison-Schleswig Monarch Co-Ed Relays at Merrill Field. The first outdoor meet of the season, featuring the six “north division”...
 COUNCIL BLUFFS -- The Harlan Community boys tennis team lost a 6-3 decision at Council Bluffs Abraham Lincoln in Tuesday’s season opener. Alec Plagman (8-5) and Kaleb Kaster (8-3) won their singles matches for HCHS in the number two and six spots, respectively, while Kaster and Josh Cheek teamed...
Gene Rasmussen
 CEDAR RAPIDS -- IKM-Manning girls basketball head coach Gene Rasmussen will be inducted into the Iowa Girls’ Coaches Association Basketball Hall of Fame on Saturday night, April 2 at the Sheraton Hotel in Cedar Rapids. Rasmussen is one of six coaches set to join the Hall of Fame, including former...
 LAKE CITY -- Payton and Shyanne Sporrer combined to win three running events Tuesday as the IKM-Manning track teams opened the outdoor season at the Chelsey Henkenius Early Bird Co-Ed Meet in Lake City. Team scores were not kept. Payton Sporrer placed first in both the 3,000-meter run (12:07.3)...
 AUDUBON -- Gage Clay and Spencer Symanowicz both earned gold medals for AHSTW to lead the area charge at Tuesday’s Audubon Boys Early Bird Track Meet. No team scores were kept on the day. Clay easily bested a field of 40 sprinters to win the 200-meter dash in 23.75 seconds after placing second in...
Harlan Community seniors Elizabeth Stroud, Josh Grote and Bailey Portwood signed letters of intent on Monday, March 21, to join the bowling team at Morningside College in Sioux City. Front row, L-R: HCHS Head Coach Dave Tyrrel, Elizabeth Stroud, Josh Grote, Bailey Portwood, Morningside Coach Stephen Gonshorowski. Back row, L-R: Assistant Coach Jamie Andersen, Roger Stroud, Jeff and Mary Gross, Randy and Bonnie Grote, Joann and Joe Portwood.
 HARLAN -- Three members of the Harlan Community bowling team achieved a program first on Monday, March 21, when Bailey Portwood, Elizabeth Stroud and Josh Grote signed letters of intent to join the bowling squad at Morningside College in Sioux City. All three Cyclone bowlers have been varsity...

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