NIACC’s Wagner named second-team all-region
MASON CITY – NIACC freshman Hannah Wagner was selected to the NJCAA Region XI second-team on Monday.
NIACC's Brooke Greenwood and Becca Konz, both sophomores, were honorable mention all-region selections. Konz was also selected to the NJCAA Region XI-A all-tournament team.
Also, Wagner was selected to the NJCAA Region XI-A first team and Shelby Heston was a second-team NJCAA Region XI-A selection. NJCAA Region XI-A was made up of players from Iowa Lakes, Kirkwood, NIACC, Northeast and Southwestern.
Wanger led the Lady Trojans with 278 kills and was fourth on the team with 223 digs and 31 blocks.
Greenwood led the team with 106 blocks and was fourth on the team with 178 kills. Greenwood wrapped up her NIACC career with 305 career blocks and 213 career blocks.
Konz was second on the team with 54 blocks and was third on the team with 185 kills. Konz had 282 career kills and 100 career kills.
Heston was second on the team with 223 kills and third on the team with 259 digs.
Kansas City 4, Mohawk Hockey Club 2
MASON CITY – After scoring the opening goal during Sunday's series finale, vs. Kansas City, the Mohawk Hockey Club couldn't keep pace with the Jets as they fell 4-2.
Jack Phillips and Wesley Stricker tallied a goal apiece for the Mohawks while Bryce Butler and Andrew Crane each recorded an assist.
Josh Thilges had 10 saves for the Mohawks and Erik McHenry finished with five.
Clear Lake freshman LeFevre wins state championship
Clear Lake freshman Emily LeFevre received a division 1 rating and placed first overall with her jazz solo Saturday at the state dance competition. LeFevre is Clear Lake's first state champion in solo dance.
Her classmate Bella Clabaugh received a division 1 rating and placed fourth overall with her contemporary solo.