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IKM-Manning coach Tom Casey (left) holds the plaque he received for winning his 200th career game last Friday night. At right is Wolves’ volunteer assistant coach Floyd Forman, who is also a member of the 200-win club. Casey and Forman served as IKM-Manning’s co-head coaches from 2008 to 2012.
 MANNING -- The IKM-Manning football team’s 49-8 rout of West Monona/Whiting last Friday marked a significant career milestone for head coach Tom Casey. Improving his record to 200-103 over 31 seasons, Coach Casey became the 50th coach in Iowa prep football history to join the 200-win club. There...
Bill Hosack
HARLAN -- Longtime Harlan Community assistant football coach and girls track coach Bill Hosack was recognized with a plaque prior to last week’s Cyclone football game for his outstanding career and positive legacy at the school. Hosack served on the HCHS football coaching staff for 38 years (1977...
Dallas Center-Grimes receiver Bryant Clapper is tackled by Harlan Community’s Will Lansman (right), Josh Cheek and Marcus Klein during Friday’s first half at Merrill Field.
 HARLAN -- With 22.5 seconds remaining, there was likely just one thing that would have prevented Friday night’s Harlan Community vs. Dallas Center-Grimes game from going into an overtime that seemed imminent. And then it happened. Fielding a Cyclone punt on one bounce near the 20, DC-G junior Trey...
HCHS players encourage each other after scoring a point during Tuesday night’s 3-1 conference loss to Kuemper Catholic. Left-right: Jess DuVal (12), Lexie Holloway (8), Haley Leinen (6), Taylor Frederick, Jordyn Moser and Brenda Hopkins.
 HARLAN -- All good winning streaks - no matter how dominant - will eventually come to an end. Such was the case for the Harlan Community volleyball team here Tuesday night as the Kuemper Catholic Knights snapped the Cyclones’ string of 28 straight Hawkeye Ten match victories with an impressive 3-1...
 HARLAN -- During an impressive 3-0 start to the season, Harlan Community has already exorcised some painful memories from a downtrodden 2014 campaign. Losses of 42-7 to Carroll and 24-7 to Lewis Central last year have been replaced by road wins of 36-0 and 38-21, respectively, the past two...

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