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From L-R, AHSTW Seniors Brayden MacMillan, Sawyer Kiesel, Kaeden Rold, Eli Collins, Bryan Mertz, Payton Hopkins, and Joey Blotzer.
AVOCA - Junior Viking Kayden Baxter was the star of the game during Senior Night Friday night in Avoca against the Logan-Magnolia Panthers scoring three goals, helping lead his team to a 4-1 victory, their first of the season. “Kayden, this guy is a hustler,” said Viking Head Coach Michael Mertz. “...
From L-R, AHSTW Seniors Saydi Paulsen and Ella Langer honored during Senior Night following their soccer game against Logan-Magnolia.
AVOCA - It didn’t take long for the Logan-Magnolia Panthers to set the tone Friday night against the AHSTW Vikings girls soccer team as Junior Panther Brooklyn Lally scored in the first two minutes, which would be all the Panthers would need to earn a 3-0 win, handing the Vikings their 5th loss. “...
Senior Cyclones Brehden Eggerss wins the long jump event during a track meet in Council Bluffs.
After a 3rd place finish at the Ken Carstens Invitational, the HCHS Cyclones boys track and field returned to action less than 48 hours later competing in the 8th Annual Council Bluffs Boys Track Invitational taking a 7th place finish with 50 points, 81 points behind Southeast Polk who won the...
Bella Lamp clears the hurdle during the shuttle hurdle relay event.
The AHSTW Vikings girls track and field team earned a 7th place finish out of 11 teams with 50 points, tied with Woodbine, and 57 points behind the winner St. Albert. “I thought that the girls competed very well yesterday in adverse conditions,” said Viking Head Coach Traye Pelzer. “ Our middle...
From L-R, HCHS Track & Field Seniors Joseph Bragg, Keaton Heileson, Jonathan Shelton, Brehden Eggerss, Franz Reisz, Cade Sears, Matthew Sorfonden, Micah Sorensen honored during Senior Night for their contributions to the program.
The HCHS Cyclones boys track and field team competed in the Ken Carstens Invitational Tuesday night at home, finishing in third place with 96 points, just 2.5 points behind Atlantic who finished second, and seven points behind Underwood who won with 104 points. “Overall, I thought we competed...
Senior Erica Rust plays Alexis Opheim of Lewis Central in her singles match at Potter’s Park.
The HCHS Cyclones girls tennis team battled with the Lewis Central Titans Tuesday at home and lost 8-1, but one individual earned her first win of the season in a match that last over an hour. “This was absolutely a huge win for Scarlett [McGuinness],” said Cyclone Head Coach Dillon Stane. “It was...
Junior Thomas Kurtz loses set one in his singles match with Braxton Burget of Council Bluffs Jefferson.
The HCHS Cyclones boys tennis team faced an uphill battle against the Council Bluffs Jefferson Yellow Jackets Monday at home, losing 9-0. “The weather presented itself with some new challenges for some of our kids playing at the high school, and I thought while we didn't react to the challenges as...
Sophomore Ellerie Nelson kicks the ball up field in the second half of the game during the Cyclones 5-1 victory over Kuemper Catholic.
Cyclone Junior Aubrey Schwieso set the tone Monday at Merrill Field, going for three goals against the Kuemper Catholic Knights, helping lead her team to a 5-1 victory for their second win of the season. “Kayla [Anderson] did a great job of getting the ball to her [Schwieso],” said Cyclone Head...
Senior Ella Freund tees off at the Harlan Golf & Country Club against Lewis Central. Freund finished the day with 46 strokes, the best among all student golfers.
The HCHS Cyclones girls golf team struggled Monday afternoon at the Harlan Golf & Country Club, taking a 225-243 loss to the Lewis Central Titans in their season opener. “Some things got in the way,” said Cyclone Head Coach Todd Bladt. “We let some emotion kind of influence some shots and some...
Wolves Sophomore Karlee Arp competes in the 800 medley relay, helping her team to a 5th place finish.
HCHS Girls Less than 24 hours after the HCHS girls track and field team competed in the Koos Invitational at Merrill Field, they were off and running at the Denison-Schleswig Co-Ed event where they took home a 4th place finish with 90 points, just nine behind Tri-Center who won the event. “With...

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