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CEDAR RAPIDS – Fifth-ranked Cedar Rapids Jefferson continued rolling Thursday night, increasing its winning streak to nine with a sweep of Cedar Rapids Washington.
Kennedy Dighton hit a grand slam in the fourth inning of the first gam Read More »
PALO - Bryan Zehrt of Solon is a Musky Man. Over a two-day span we spent seven hours with him in the boat that once belonged to his dad.
Its name? One More Cast. It also happens to be a motto for Zehrt, ever the optimist.Read More »
NORTH LIBERTY — Three years into his Iowa basketball career, point guard Mike Gesell wore a cap and gown. The academic All-American received his diploma and walked off the stage to a world of opportunities.
Gesell earned a Bachelor Read More »
CASCADE — The wake-up call rang loud.
The response has been louder.
Cascade answered a setback by winning 10 straight games and reclaiming the No. 1 ranking in the Iowa High School Baseball Coaches Association Class 2A po Read More »
WEST DES MOINES — Georges Niang, sporting four fresh stitches near the corner of his right eye, walked down the steps into the Valley Southwoods gymnasium at the YMCA Capital City League to a throng of children awaiting pictures and autogra Read More »
CEDAR RAPIDS — In a battle of Prairies and Hawks on the softball diamond Wednesday, Cedar Rapids Prairie prevailed with a 6-0 win over Class 3A No. 8 Mid-Prairie.
Mid-Prairie committed three errors in the opening frame a Read More »
Rio de Janeiro is where former University of Iowa diver Deidre Freeman is hoping to be next summer for Team USA. She’s one step closer to the Olympics as she participates in the Pan American Games in Toronto next week.
“It Read More »
MARION – West Delaware had not played an extra-inning game yet this season prior to Wednesday night.
Marion pushed the Hawks to the brink twice, and West Delaware triumphed with a doubleheader sweep.
The Hawks, coming off a swee Read More »
Seven years have passed since Cedar Rapids Jefferson last won a first-round game at the state softball tournament.
The reason has generally been an inability to hit against quality pitchers.
Tuesday, the J-Hawks did more than sw Read More »
NORTH LIBERTY — Whenever a player of the caliber and importance of Seth Tuttle departs a program, it’s inevitable the player’s name pops up in their wake.
Whether it’s football and David Johnson or men Read More »
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