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 AHSTW senior Julia Kock shoots a runner between Tri-Center’s Cassidy Cunningham (43), Brooke Daughenbaugh (21) and Taylor Kenkel (41) during the Lady Vikes’ 56-45 win. (Photos by Bob Bjoin)
 AVOCA (Jan. 8) -- The AHSTW girls responded to Tri-Center’s big third quarter with an equally dominant fourth quarter last Friday night, pulling away down the stretch for a 56-45 Western Iowa Conference win. The Lady Vikes (8-4, 5-3 WIC) built a 31-21 halftime lead but were outscored 18-5 in the...
 AHSTW’s Kyle Sternberg (30) and Tri-Center’s Ethan Alfers vie for the opening tip last Friday. (Photo by Bob Bjoin)
 AVOCA (Jan. 8) -- Tri-Center shot nearly 70 percent from the field and won the rebounding battle 39-22 last Friday night, gradually building a 22-point lead through three quarters and handing the AHSTW boys basketball team its first loss of the season, 76-57, in Avoca. The 2nd-ranked (Class 2A)...
 HCHS senior Ashley Hall (15) guards St. Albert’s Allie Petry (5) near the basket during the Cyclones’ 72-57 win. Hall scored a career-high 22 points in the game while Petry led St. Albert with 24. Also pictured in the lane are Brecken Van Baale (right), Macie Leinen and Claire Schmitz (left) of HCHS, along with Lauren Williams of St. Albert.
 HARLAN (Jan. 8) -- It remains to be seen what happens when Harlan Community takes another shot at the top-rated Glenwood girls basketball team Tuesday night. But this much is certain: the 11th-rated Cyclones are better equipped offensively to challege the Rams now than they were in a 73-46 home...
 HCHS junior Will McLaughlin (left) tries to take the ball away from Sam Rallis of St. Albert during Friday’s Hawkeye Ten Conference game. (Photos by Mike Oeffner)
 HARLAN (Jan. 8) -- The offensive struggles continued for the Harlan Community boys basketball team Friday in a 44-39 home loss to St. Albert. One night after scoring 77 points in a win over Red Oak, the Cyclones shot below 25 percent and scored less than 42 points for the second time in three...
 Harlan Community’s Sam Schmitz pins Angelo Perez of Denison-Schleswig during the third period of their 132-pound match. HCHS defeated the Monarchs 58-6 while losing to Atlantic/CAM 53-24. (Photos by Mike Oeffner)
 ANITA (Jan. 7) -- The Harlan Community wrestlers went 1-1 in Thursday’s Hawkeye Ten double dual at Anita, easily defeating Denison-Schleswig 58-6 in the first dual of the night, then losing to Atlantic/CAM 53-24. The host Trojans also beat Denison 72-9 to win the meet. HCHS, now 7-5 overall and 4-...
 HARLAN (Jan. 7) -- The Harlan Community girls shot 50 percent from the field and forced 23 steals defensively Thursday night in a 59-24 home win over Red Oak. The 11th-rated (Class 4A) Cyclones scored the first seven points of the game and led 24-5 after one quarter before cruising to victory...
 HARLAN (Jan. 7) -- All five Harlan Community starters scored in double figures Thursday night as the Cyclone boys topped Red Oak 77-58 in Hawkeye Ten action. Sparked by a 12-0 run, HCHS outscored the Tigers 30-16 in the second quarter to take control. Will McLaughlin led the way for the Cyclones...
 Harlan Community senior Jocelyn Cheek (right) keeps the ball away from Lewis Central freshman Lucy Scott during the fourth quarter of Tuesday’s 52-30 Cyclone victory.
 COUNCIL BLUFFS (Jan. 5) -- Considering the opponent, place and history, Harlan Community’s 52-30 win at Lewis Central Tuesday night checked all the boxes as one of the Cyclone girls basketball team’s most impressive performances in recent memory. Coming out of the gates with hot shooting and...
 HCHS senior Isaiah Ahrenholtz (45) snags a one-handed rebound away from Lewis Central’s Dylan Carroll during Tuesday’s 46-41 loss to the Titans. (Photos by Mike Oeffner)
 COUNCIL BLUFFS -- Getting up shots wasn’t a problem for the Harlan Community boys basketball team Tuesday night at Lewis Central. Selecting good shots and making them was another story. Struggling from start to finish to find the bottom of the net, HCHS came out of Christmas break by shooting 25...
 Nicole Hanson scores two of her game-high 22 points for the IKM-Manning girls vs. the Lady Reds. (Photo contributed by Angie Ahrenholtz)
 MANNING (Jan. 5) -- The IKM-Manning girls basketball team put the defensive clamps on Missouri Valley Tuesday night, swiping 37 steals and forcing 51 total turnovers in a dominating 68-12 win over the Lady Reds. IKM-M, now 2-5 overall and 2-3 in the Western Iowa Conference, raced out to a 37-6...

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