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Front row: HCHS senior Sidney Craig is seated next to her parents, Eddie Craig and Karlene Hamilton. Back row, L-R: HCHS assistant coach Chad Swanson, Bellevue University head coach Trish Siedlik, HCHS head coach Willie Baughman.
 HARLAN -- Harlan Community senior volleyball standout Sidney Craig signed a national letter of intent during the 2017 season to play collegiately at Bellevue University, a highly successful NAIA program located in Bellevue, Nebraska. Craig completed an outstanding three-year varsity career for the...
Angie Spangenberg
 HARLAN -- Former Harlan Community volleyball coach Angie Spangenberg will be one of four inductees into the Iowa Girls’ Coaches Association Volleyball Coaches and Officials Hall of Fame for 2017. The Hall of Fame ceremony will take place on Saturday, November 18, in Carroll as part of this year’s...
Harlan Community Flag Football players and coaches
 HARLAN -- A total of 96 area kids in grades 3-6 participated in Harlan Community’s 2017 Flag Football program under the direction of Cyclone football coaches Curt Bladt, Sam Brummer and Matt Hoch. The season was held over six weeks this fall with games played on five Sunday afternoons (one week...
 CEDAR FALLS (Nov. 9) -- Two of Class 3A’s powerhouse football programs will clash at the UNI-Dome Thursday when sixth-ranked Harlan Community meets fifth-ranked Pella in a semifinal matchup of 10-1 teams. Kickoff is set for 5:36 p.m. HCHS is the state’s all-time leader with 92 playoff wins, 12...
 DOME BOUND -- Harlan Community players celebrate Friday night’s 41-15 quarterfinal playoff win over Sergeant Bluff-Luton at Merrill Field. The victory clinched the Cyclones’ first trip to the UNI-Dome since 2011. Left-right: Joey Arkfeld, Jacob Hansen, Caleb Brouse, Daniel Soll and Jake McLaughlin. (Photos by Mike Oeffner)
 HARLAN (Nov. 3) -- The Dome drought is officially over for Harlan Community football. Six years removed from their last game at the UNI-Dome in Cedar Falls, the 6th-ranked Cyclones are headed back east following Friday night’s impressive 41-15 win over No. 4 Sergeant Bluff-Luton in a Class 3A...
 HCHS head coach Curt Bladt hopes to lead the Cyclones to their 27th state semifinals appearance in 36 all-time trips to the playoffs when they host Sergeant Bluff-Luton on Friday night at Merrill Field.
 HARLAN -- It’s a matchup only on paper so far, but all signs point toward a whale of a football game at Merrill Field Friday night when 6th-ranked Harlan Community hosts No. 4 Sergeant Bluff-Luton with a trip to the UNI-Dome as the prize. Champions of District 7 and District 1, respectively, in...
Abby Bruck, HCHS, sr.
 INDIANOLA (Oct. 28) -- Competing for the Lewis Central swim team, Harlan Community senior Abby Bruck qualified for state in three relay events last Saturday as the Titan girls placed second as a team in the Indianola regional meet. Abby is the daughter of Matt and Michelle Bruck, Harlan, and has...
 Harlan Community football players celebrate behind head coach Curt Bladt following Friday night’s 42-7 first round playoff win over Sioux City Bishop Heelan at Merrill Field. Sixth-ranked HCHS will host No. 4 Sergeant Bluff-Luton in a Class 3A quarterfinal game this Friday, November 3, at 7:00 p.m.
 HARLAN (Oct. 27) -- Deren Schmitz and his Harlan Community teammates had never faced Sioux City Bishop Heelan on the football field before, but they knew all about the rivalry. Many of them watched from the stands four years ago as Heelan shut out the Cyclones 31-0 in a Class 3A quarterfinal - the...
 AHSTW players, including R.J. Harris (23), AJ Sieh (73) and Joe Kenkel (52), accept the team’s playoff qualifier trophy following Friday’s game. (Photos by Kim Wegener)
 AVOCA (Oct. 27) -- The AHSTW football team outgained Western Christian by 13 yards and forced three turnovers in last Friday’s Class 1A first-round playoff game in Avoca. Unfortunately, the Vikings also lost five drive-stalling fumbles against the defending state champion Wolfpack in a season-...
 IKM-Manning senior Chris Monson tries to come up with a loose ball near the West Lyon sideline on Friday. The Wildcats ended up recovering the fumble and winning the state playoff contest 35-0. (Photos courtesy of Scott Beyers, Northwest Iowa Review)
 INWOOD (Oct. 27) -- Top-ranked and unbeaten West Lyon was as good as advertised in last Friday’s first round of the Class 1A playoffs, beating IKM-Manning 35-0 to end the Wolves’ 2017 season. The Wildcats (10-0) outgained the Wolves 357-167 in total offense and already led 35-0 at the half....

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