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 HCHS senior Tyler Schaben pitched the final two innings of Thursday’s 14-5 game one win over Creston. (Photos by Mike Oeffner)
 HARLAN (May 30) -- In a week that started with the team’s third rainout in eight days, Harlan Community was able to play four baseball games and score 61 runs Wednesday and Thursday in sweeping a pair of Hawkeye Ten doubleheaders at Jim Goeser Field. One night after handling Shenandoah 8-0 and 24-...
 HCHS center fielder Julia Schechinger connects for a base hit during Thursday’s doubleheader vs. Creston at H. Jack Field. Schechinger hit safely in both games as the Cyclones won 12-2 and 8-7.
 HARLAN (May 30) -- Morgan Schaben pitched five innings of one-hit ball in game one and notched the save in the night cap Thursday as the Harlan Community softball team swept Creston in its Hawkeye Ten Conference opener, winning 12-2 (in five) and 8-7. The Cyclones (4-2 overall) put up a five-spot...
 SERGEANT BLUFF (May 29) -- The Harlan Community softball team took early leads of 2-0 and 3-2 but was unable to pull off the win at Sergeant Bluff-Luton on Wednesday, losing 6-4 to the 14th-ranked (4A) Warriors. Madison Schumacher hit a two-run homer in the first inning for the Cyclones, who added...
 IKM-Manning junior Emily Powers sends a shot down the fairway of the 11th hole during the first round of the Class 1A State Golf Tournament May 28 at the American Legion Golf Course in Marshalltown. Powers shot rounds of 104 and 112 during the two-day event. (Photo courtesy of Mark Schafer, Carroll Times Herald)
 MARSHALLTOWN (May 29) -- The IKM-Manning girls golf team finished 10th out of 10 teams at the Class 1A State Tournament last week, scoring 18-hole rounds of 432 and 435 for a total of 867. Held at the American Legion Golf Course in Marshalltown, the state meet featured a suspension of play during...
 AHSTW girls soccer coach Beth Herbst high-fives her players following Tuesday’s 2-0 regional tournament loss at Tri-Center. The Lady Vikes lost to the Trojans 6-1 during the regular season.
 NEOLA (May 28) -- For the third time in four years, AHSTW finished the girls soccer season with a regional loss to Tri-Center. The difference this time around was the competitiveness of the match. Facing an opponent that was fast, physical and skilled with the ball, the Lady Vikes never backed...
 TREYNOR (May 28) -- The Harlan Community girls soccer team advanced to the regional semifinal round courtesy of Tuesday’s 3-0 win over Logan-Magnolia in a Class 1A, Region 2 quarterfinal played at Treynor. Freshman Raegen Wicks scored two goals and senior Kara Weis added another for the Cyclones (...
 HCHS senior Jon Owens (16) steals second base against Shenandoah. Owens scored five runs in the Cyclones' doubleheader sweep. (Photos by Mike Oeffner)
 HARLAN (May 29) -- The Harlan Community baseball team improved to 4-0 Wednesday night, sweeping Shenandoah 8-0 and 24-7 in a Hawkeye Ten doubleheader played at Jim Goeser Field. The twin bill was scheduled to be played at Shenandoah but was moved to Harlan due to heavy rains in southern Iowa. The...
G.G. Harris
 AVOCA -- The AHSTW Community School District has filled two key positions from within during recent weeks, hiring G.G. Harris as the new head football coach (effective immediately) and Jason Holst as 7-12 Activities Director (effective July 1). Davis Pattee previously held both positions but was...
Monday, May 20Woodbine 6, Exira-EHK 5 (8) WOODBINE -- Trailing 5-0 early, Exira-EHK eventually forced extra innings with three runs in the top of the seventh but the host Tigers won in walk-off fashion in the bottom of the eighth in the season opener for both teams. Spartan senior Cole Burmeister...
Monday, May 20Exira-EHK 11, Woodbine 1 (5) WOODBINE -- Macy Emgartner struck out 12 Woodbine batters in five innings and eighth-grader Shay Burmeister had five of the team’s nine stolen bases as Exira-EHK rolled past the Tigers 11-1 in last Monday’s season opener. Emgartner, a second-year varsity...

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