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Junior Macy Mueller finishes her day with 49 strokes, the second best among Cyclone golfers.
The HCHS Cyclones girls golf team competed in a triangular Monday at the Harlan Golf & Country Club, finishing with 206 strokes, four behind Red Oak, who won the event with 202, and 10 ahead of Shenandoah who came in third place with 216. “At home, the goal is to win,” said Cyclone Head Coach...
From L-R, Cyclone Seniors Anna Blake, Hailey Good, Adrian Irlbeck, and Marissa Schmidt honored prior to their game against Denison for their contributions to the program.
With less than 10 minutes remaining in the first half of Monday’s game and the Cyclones leading 1-0, Junior Aubrey Schwieso scored three goals all within a seven minute stretch putting her team up 4-0, en route to a 5-1 win. “Kate [Koesters] had an awesome pass,” Schwieso said. “It was awesome to...
Caden Herbst plays a singles match against St. Albert.
Friday at home, the HCHS Cyclones boys and girls tennis team played a co-ed match with St. Albert, with the boys losing 9-0 and the girls losing 7-2. “Our message all year has stayed the same, and it is to put yourself in a good spot for the conference tournament which happens next week,” said...
The AHSTW Vikings boys track and field team won their track event Thursday in Sidney with 165 points, 16 ahead of Glenwood, who came in second place. “I am extremely proud of the guys for winning the meet,” said Viking Head Coach Jackson Renberg. “This group has been second and third a lot the last...
Cyclone Senior Kami Stork clears the hurdle at a co-ed track meet in Denison.
HCHS Girls The HCHS Cyclones girls track and field team earned a fourth place finish at the Lewis Central Co-Ed Track event Wednesday with 64.5 points, finishing 133.5 points behind the winner, Waukee NW. “This was a huge meet with great competition,” said Cyclone Head Coach Jenny Hamilton. “...
Junior Abram Wilwerding plays a singles match at Potter’s Park against Shenandoah’s Lucas Sun.
It was a tough day at the courts for the HCHS Cyclones boys tennis team losing 9-0 to the Shenandoah Mustangs. “My message was that we are continuing to improve,” said Cyclone Co-Head Coach Michael Rueschenberg. “Sometimes the scores might not always reflect that, but both Coach [Dillon] Stane and...
Kassie Anderson #14, runs in to hug her teammate Kayla Anderson after Anderson scores her third goal of the night.
After a tough 2-0 Tuesday road loss to the Treynor Cardinals, the HCHS Cyclones girls soccer team returned home to battle the Missouri Valley Lady Reds and won 3-2, courtesy of all three goals coming from Junior Cyclone Kayla Anderson. “It feels so good,” Anderson said. “Our passing is coming...
Senior Emma Reginato helps lead the 800 sprint medley relay team to a 6th place finish with 2:10.37.
IKM-Manning Girls Monday in Denison, the IKM-Manning Wolves girls track and field team earned themselves a 5th place finish with 64 points, 77.5 points behind the winner, Cherokee Washington. “Overall, the girls placed 5th, which we thought was pretty good for missing 7 runners due to an FFA...
Sophomore Teagon Bissen connects with the ball during his singles match Monday against Kuemper Catholic’s Jake Hausman.
Monday, the HCHS boys tennis team fell to 0-6 on the season after a hard fought battle with the Kuemper Catholic Knights who won in dominant fashion 9-0. “Kuemper is a great team this year and showed it yesterday,” said Cyclone Head Coach Dillon Stane. “I was extremely proud of how our kids kept...
Senior Hailey Good comes away with two of the six Cyclone goals in Monday’s game.
It didn’t take for the HCHS Cyclones girls soccer team to put away the Logan-Magnolia Panthers, as with just over two minutes into the action, Sophomore Cyclone Carly Torneten scored the first goal, giving the Cyclones an early 1-0 lead en route to a dominant 6-0 win, their third in a row, and...

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