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Sophomore Kori Smith (center) brings the ball up field during Tuesday’s win over AHSTW.
After missing a few games, Cyclone Junior Aubrey Schwieso returned to the lineup Tuesday at home against the AHSTW Vikings, scoring three goals to help lead the HCHS Cyclones girls soccer team to a 7-1 victory. “It was exciting to get back out there,” Schwieso said. “I was itching to get back out...
Junior Weston Reisz works on fielding drills during Monday’s baseball practice.
After opening their 2023 season 0-5, but still earning a trip to the state tournament after beating Lewis Central 9-6 in the 3A-8 Championship Game July 12, the HCHS Cyclones baseball team is ready to get back to work and build off their state tournament run. “We’re definitely ready to get going,”...
Senior Hailey Good scores one of the three Cyclone goals in Friday’s home win over the East Sac County Raiders.
With under 20 minutes remaining in Friday’s home game against the Raiders, Cyclone Sophomore Carly Torneten came sprinting down field and with Sophomore Raider goalkeeper Denae Thayer coming out too far from the net, Torneten was able to sneak in her second goal of the night, leading the Cyclone to...
Front Row, From L-R, Macey, Delaney, and Cain Goshorn. Back Row, From L-R, Katie and Adam Goshorn gather with Delaney as she signs a Letter of Intent to go play rowing at Kansas State University following the conclusion of her high school days.
AHSTW Senior Delaney Goshorn will be rowing for Kansas State University following the conclusion of her high school days. “I’m really excited,” Goshorn said. “I never thought I’d have the opportunity to play sports at the D1 level. I fell in love with the campus and I was content with not...
Makenzie Pauley (center) sits with her mom and dad with new head coach Michaela Patterson as she signs her Letter of Intent to go dance for Iowa Western.
AHSTW Senior Makenzie Pauley will be joining the dance team at Iowa Western CC following the conclusion of her high school days. “I'm pretty excited to be joining this team,” Pauley said. “You can tell they put in so much work and dedication to the team, and I'm ready to be a part of it. I am also...
HCHS Girls With the regular season winding down and the state qualifying meet on the horizon, the HCHS Cyclones girls track and field team earned a fifth place finish with 57.33 points among 11 teams at the Hawkeye-10 Championships in Shenandoah. “We are grateful to be a part of a very competitive...
Abby Neilheisel clears the hurdle during the shuttle hurdle relay event at the WIC Championships.
IKM-Manning Wednesday the IKM-Manning Wolves girls track and field team competed at the Western Iowa Championships with the girls taking 31 points, finishing ninth, but battled some sickness and injury along the way. “The girls were down quite a few to injury and sickness, but we are hoping that...
Senior Ian Kearney (left) scored two goals during Thursday’s home win against the Carroll Tigers.
After a tough 6-0 loss to Council Bluffs Abraham Lincoln Monday night on the road, the HCHS Cyclones returned home to Merrill Field to take on the Carroll Tigers and less than 10 minutes into the game, Senior Cyclone Elmer Argueta scored his first goal of the night, which would be all the Cyclones...
Tobina Bachman finishes the 800 meter run with a time of 3:24.65, just a little over a minute behind Lili Danton of St. Albert, who won the event with 2:18.85.
HCHS Girls Monday at Atlantic High School, the HCHS Cyclones girls track and field team finished in fifth place with 61 points, 78 points behind Glenwood, who won the event with 139 points. “Collectively, this was our best meet of the season, and we are so happy with the girls efforts,” said...
Austin Rasmussen (right) during the 3200m run event where he finished with a time of 10:59.32.
Monday at the Woodbine Athletic Complex, the Exira-EHK Spartans boys track and field team competed at the Rolling Valley Conference Championships taking home a third place finish with 72 points, just five behind Coon Rapids-Bayard and three ahead of CAM. “We knew going in it was going to be a tight...

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