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 HCHS fullback Caleb Bieker (38) breaks a tackle by Creston’s Beau Barncastle (50) during Friday’s game at Merrill Field. Cyclone blockers include Jacob Schechinger (53), Derec Weyer, Carter Bendorf and Jake McLaughlin (83). Bieker rushed for 60 yards and a touchdown in the Cyclones’ 48-0 victory.
 HARLAN (Oct. 12) -- One week after losing by five touchdowns at Lewis Central, the Harlan Community football team bounced back in a big way Friday night at Merrill Field. Even with several key players out of the lineup, the Cyclones put together their most dominant performance of the season and...
   Wolves’ senior Gabby Cadwell (8) hits over Lady Vike senior Kyley Nelsen for one of her 25 kills during IKM-Manning’s 3-1 win in Monday’s WIC Tourney quarterfinal. (Photos by Mike Oeffner)
 TREYNOR (Oct. 8) -- If IKM-Manning and AHSTW had played all night on Monday, every set of their Western Iowa Conference Volleyball Tournament quarterfinal might have gone down to the wire. The two area squads were that evenly matched in the Treynor gym, where the fifth-seeded Wolves (14-10) were...
 CRESTON (Oct 9) -- An eventful night in Creston ended with a varsity volleyball sweep for Harlan Community on Tuesday as the Cyclones wrapped up conference play with a 25-19, 25-20, 26-24 win over the Panthers. Play was delayed nearly 30 minutes during the freshmen game as a tornado warning in...
 HARLAN (Oct. 12) -- When the Harlan Community football team suffered its first loss of the year against Sergeant Bluff-Luton in Week 2, the Cyclones bounced back the following Friday night to beat Carroll 35-6. Another fast recovery will be needed tonight when HCHS hosts Creston/Orient-Macksburg...
 AURELIA (Oct. 5) -- The IKM-Manning football team kept its district title hopes alive last Friday night with a thrilling 20-19 overtime win at Alta-Aurelia. Tied 13-13 at the end of regulation, the Wolves scored first in overtime on Stephen Grimm’s three-yard run and Grant Stracke’s extra point....
 AHSTW senior Gabe Pauley (34) runs away from the Nodaway Valley defense as teammate Seth Kiesel looks on during Friday’s 50-0 Viking win. (Photos by Kim Wegener)
 AVOCA (Oct. 5) -- Gabe Pauley rushed for five touchdowns and 171 yards on just 11 carries and Blake Osbahr threw TD passes of 61 yards to Drake Partridge and 45 yards to Pauley as the 2nd-ranked AHSTW football team hammered winless Nodaway Valley in the rain last Friday night by a 50-0 score. The...
 HULL (Oct. 6) -- The Harlan Community volleyball team finished with a match record of 3-3 and essentially placed sixth out of 11 teams at last Saturday’s Kooima/Kaemingk Tournament at Western Christian. HCHS placed third in Pool A with a 3-2 record before facing top-ranked (Class 4A) Sergeant...
 HCHS quarterback Preston Mulligan (4) attempts a pass as he is pressured by Lewis Central’s Brady Miller during Friday’s 49-14 Titan victory. Also pictured is Cyclone offensive lineman Derec Weyer.
 COUNCIL BLUFFS (Oct. 5) -- Big plays and short fields. Two things the Harlan Community football team absolutely could not afford to give Lewis Central Friday night turned into two of the biggest difference makers as the 2nd-ranked Titans lived up to every bit of the hype in a 49-14 win over the...
 Harlan Community senior Greichaly Kaster (center) and freshman Kaia Bieker (left) placed 11th and 13th, respectively, to lead the Cyclone girls to third place as a team at Thursday’s Atlantic Cross Country Invite. (Photos by Mike Oeffner)
 ATLANTIC (Oct. 4) -- The Harlan Community girls’ streak of six straight cross country team titles came to an end on Thursday afternoon as part of a deep and talent-rich field at the Atlantic Invite. The meet was held on the Atlantic High School campus and saw 667 total runners compete at the...
 HCHS sophomore Macie Leinen (6) and senior Kara Weis defend the net against a Clarinda attack.
 HARLAN (Oct. 4) -- The error count was a bit high at times, but the Harlan Community volleyball team found a way to win three out of four close sets here Thursday and beat Clarinda on Senior Night, 25-21, 21-25, 25-22, 25-20. HCHS took advantage of 15 Cardinal missed serves and 38 attack errors...

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