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Senior Erica Rust goes up for a shot at the net during set one of the Cyclones volleyball match against Lewis Central. Rust leads the team in blocks with  18.
The HCHS volleyball team ran into a buzzsaw Thursday night losing three straight sets to the Lewis Central Titans; 25-14, 25-14 and 25-17. “In any competition, there are things to grow upon, win or lose,” said Cyclones Head Coach Elle Crees. “I think it this specific competition, we just needed...
Senior Ella Richards (center) sets up Karlee Arp for a shot during set two of their volleyball match against the Rockets.
After a tough outing in its previous matches against Boyer Valley and Exira-EHK in a triangular last Thursday, the IKM-Manning Wolves volleyball team got back in the win column with a clean sweep of the Ar-We-Va Rockets, earning their second win of the season. “It does feel pretty good to have some...
Senior Elmer Argueta (center) gets ready to kick the ball downfield Friday night in Denison against the Monarchs.
After going 1-1 in two road games to open their season, the Cyclones return to Merrill Field Friday night to take on the undefeated Glenwood Rams. “It’s great to be back in town,” said Cyclones Head Coach Todd Bladt. “Merrill Field has got a cool feel to it and everything that goes along with it....
Senior Cade Sears gets around the Monarchs defense and runs all the way to the end zone for a touchdown.
Towards the end of the first quarter, the Cyclones finally got Senior wide receiver Cade Sears involved on a 77-yard touchdown catch and run on a pass from Senior quarterback Will Arkfeld en route to an eventual 48-20 Cyclone victory over Denison. It would be one of three touchdowns Sears would...
Wolves Senior Eryn Ramsey serves the ball in the backcourt during a triangular against the Exira-EHK Spartans.
In its first action of the year, Boyer Valley was crisp beating the Exira-EHK Spartans and the IKM-Manning Wolves in the triangular at IKM-Manning High School Thursday evening. The first match consisted of the Wolves taking on the Spartans. Coming into the match, the Wolves were 1-1 winning their...
Cyclones Head Cross Country Coach Zach Klaassen (center) talks with his team before they run the Glenwood Inviational event. The girls finished in second place overall with 51 points, just seven behind Glenwood who won the event among 15 schools.
The HCHS girls cross country team is off to a dominating start this season with only two events in the books. The girls finished in second place to open their season at the Glenwood Invitational Aug. 26 and most recently Aug. 29 finished in first place at the Shenandoah Early Bird event. “I think...
Freshman Riley Miller serves the ball in the backcourt against the CAM Cougars.
Tuesday night, the Exira-EHK Spartans volleyball team participated in a triangular at CAM High School that featured them, along with the East Union Eagles and the CAM Cougars. The Spartans’ first match was against the Eagles where the Spartans obtained the first win of the season after starting 0-2...
Senior Franz Reisz (left) punts the ball downfield during Friday’s season opener against the Lewis Central Titans.
After a close 21-20 battle with the Lewis Central Titans last Friday night on the road, the Cyclones will head to Denison to take on the Monarchs looking for their first win of the season at 7 p.m. Friday night. “I think we’re just going to kind of focus on what we can improve on this week,” said...
Senior Matthew Sorfonden (center) makes his way through the Lewis Central Titans defense before getting taken down near the 10-yard line. Sorfonden led the Cyclones in tackles with 70.5 his junior season.
In a rivalry that’s proven to be one of the best in the state, you expect a close game and Friday night didn’t disappoint. With just under three minutes remaining in regulation, Sophomore Titan Jimmy Scott kicked a field goal giving the Titans their first lead of the night and ultimately the...
Ann (Gramkow) Epler participates in the Class 1A discus event. During her senior season, Epler took home championships in both shot put and discus.
Being named to the KMA Sports Hall of Fame for former AHST athlete Ann (Gramkow) Epler doesn’t mean as much as the relationships she’s maintained over the years with her former teammates. “I kind of keep in touch through Facebook or when we go back for the Fourth of July parade back in Avoca,...

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