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Area girls’ track and field teams to watch for the 2015 season:
Coach — Tim Frake
2014 state finish — Class 2A champion, 49 points (32.5 return)
Returning state placewinners — Sydn Read More »
IOWA CITY — If you’ve noticed a wide array of college logos and colors in Iowa City lately, it’s for good reason.
The NCAA Men’s Swimming and Diving Championships got underway Thursday morning at the Campus Recrea Read More »
OKLAHOMA CITY — They’re the outsiders. And they’re fine with it.
“We know we’re coming in as the underdogs, but my team kind of likes that feel,” Coach Lisa Bluder said before the 15th-ranked Read More »
GUTTENBERG — Remember Sara Stoakes? Jasmine Staebler recalls the name, but she wasn’t exactly sure why.
“She was really good, wasn’t she?” Staebler said.
Yes, she was. And so is Staebler, for b Read More »
Harold Shepherd still enjoyed coaching last season. But his thirst for winning had waned.
And that’s why he knew it was time to get out.
“It’s just time,” Shepherd said Thursday morning, a few minutes Read More »
Iowa City West senior David DiLeo is this week’s KCRG-TV9 Athlete of the Week.
DiLeo helped the Trojans to a 25-1 record and a third-place finish in the Class 4A boys’ state basketball tournament. He led West in scoring at 15.3 Read More »
OKLAHOMA CITY — Baylor was delayed. Notre Dame was diverted.
The first batch of severe weather in this year’s tornado season hit Oklahoma on Wednesday, killing one person, injuring several more and leaving tens of thousa Read More »
DES MOINES — The Drake Relays announced the addition of more world-class athletes for this year’s event April 22-26 at Drake Stadium.
Relays Director Brian Brown that 20 elite athletes ranked in the top 10 in the world, includi Read More »
WATERLOO — Northern Iowa football coach Mark Farley had a lot on his mind at UNI’s Pro Day on Tuesday morning at Cedar Valley Sportsplex.
Sure, he was there to watch David Johnson, Xavier Williams and his son, Jake, among other Read More »
CEDAR RAPIDS – D.J. Engle was in the front row of the bleachers Wednesday night at Johnson Hall, cheering on his younger brother, Craig, in his final high-school basketball game. You wouldn’t have expected anything else.