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 Harlan Community senior Abby Swank rolled two-game series scores of 323 and 305 during recent home meets for the Cyclone girls bowling team. (Photos by Mike Oeffner)
 HARLAN (Dec. 17) -- The Harlan Community girls bowling team will take a 3-1 record into the holiday break while the boys are 1-3 following recent home meets against Council Bluffs Abraham Lincoln and Denison-Schleswig. The HCHS girls defeated AL by 413 pins on Monday, Dec. 14, winning 2385-1972....
 WAUKEE (Dec. 19) -- The Harlan Community wrestling team finished with a 2-3 record and placed fourth out of six teams at last Saturday’s Al Garrison Dual Tournament in Waukee. HCHS lost to Ballard (48-33) and third-ranked (Class 3A) Waukee (70-6) to start the day, then picked up wins over Sioux...
   AHSTW's Garrison Gettler (right), who placed second at 160 pounds, battles Rhett Bentley of Riverside during the WIC Tournament. Gettler won the semifinal match by a 10-4 decision.
 UNDERWOOD (Dec. 19) -- Freshman Eli Collins won the 113-pound championship and Garrison Gettler was a runner-up at 160 last Saturday to lead AHSTW to a sixth-place team finish in the Western Iowa Conference Wrestling Tournament at Underwood. Logan-Magnolia won the WIC title by a 210-203 margin...
 HCHS junior Luke Musich pins Shenandoah’s Owen Laughlin in a 132-pound match during Thursday’s Hawkeye Ten double dual. Musich was one of just two Cyclones to wrestle twice on the night as he also won by major decision over Clarinda’s Michael Mayer. (Photos by Mike Oeffner)
 HARLAN (Dec. 17) -- A dramatic rally in one dual and a rout in the next. The Harlan Community wrestling team was on the winning side of both here Thursday night, sweeping a home double dual against Clarinda, 34-32, and Shenandoah, 66-6. HCHS improved to 4-1 overall and 3-1 in Hawkeye Ten...
 Cyclone junior Connor Frame beats Glenwood’s Tommy Johnson down the floor for a breakaway dunk, sealing the team’s 53-42 win over the Rams. (Photos by Mike Oeffner)
 HARLAN (Dec. 19) -- A 10-0 run is always nice, but few are as perfectly timed as Harlan Community’s was Saturday. With the scored tied 27-all and points at a premium, Cyclone point guard Brad Curren finished the third quarter with a hanging jump shot near the lane. HCHS would also score the first...
 HCHS junior Raegen Wicks (23) drives between Glenwood’s Elle Scarborough and Coryl Matheny to score two of her eight points during Saturday’s loss to the Rams. (Photos by Mike Oeffner)
 HARLAN (Dec. 19) -- The top-ranked team in Class 4A appears to be an accurate description for this year’s Glenwood girls basketball team. Following some ugly misses in the opening minutes on Saturday, the Rams heated up quickly late in the first quarter and never seemed to cool down, hitting 14-of...
 MISSOURI VALLEY (Dec. 18) -- The AHSTW girls outscored Missouri Valley 21-2 in the first quarter and 19-2 in the third Friday night, rolling past the winless Lady Reds 65-22 in Western Iowa Conference action. The Lady Vikes, now 6-2 overall and 4-1 in the WIC, were led by senior Kailey Jones’ 23...
 AVOCA (Dec. 19) -- The AHSTW boys basketball team improved to 8-0 over the weekend, winning at Missouri Valley 69-38 on Friday night and topping Council Bluffs St. Albert 63-60 on Saturday afternoon in Avoca. Viking scoring leaders at Mo. Valley: Raydden Grobe 21, Brayden Lund 14, Kyle Sternberg...
 MONDAMIN (Dec. 18) -- Exira-Elk Horn-Kimballton overcame 18 turnovers and 15 West Harrison offensive rebounds Friday night to outlast the Hawkeyes 65-58 in an overtime Rolling Valley Conference boys basketball game. The score was tied 49-49 at the end of regulation before the Spartans outscored...
 AHSTW sophomore Kyle Sternberg (30) looks toward the team bench after the sixth-ranked Vikings held off No. 2 Treynor 76-73 on the road. Also shown for AHSTW are Raydden Grobe (5) and Brayden Lund. The Vikings improved to 6-0. (Photos by Mike Oeffner)
 TREYNOR (Dec. 15) -- The 2020 football season was a tough one for AHSTW, plagued by three cancellations and ending with a 2-3 record. So far in boys basketball, the Vikings are making up for lost time. Led by Raydden Grobe’s four first-half threes and career-high 37 points, sixth-ranked AHSTW...

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