Sixty players from all 16 area teams are represented on the Globe Gazette's 2021 All-Area Football Team.
Forest City senior Shae Dillavou always knew she wanted to play basketball at the next level after high school.
Six area teams had winning records, two were conference champs and Osage qualified for state again. The Globe Gazette's 2021 All-Area volleyball team is here.
The North Iowa area was well-represented on the Class 2A, District 3 all-district team.
FORT DODGE – The breathing was getting quicker and as Joey Hovinga crossed the finish line Saturday afternoon, he laid on his back for a couple minutes. He sat up, talked with people that came to watch him and slowly drank a bottle of water.
FORT DODGE – What a difference a year makes.
Osage ran its quick sets to near perfection in the first set Monday night. It rallied to claim the second set. It was dominant in the third set.
It's impossible to miss Brooke Bergo during a Lake Mills volleyball game. The senior is all over the floor. This season, it's also impossible to miss the brace she wears on her leg.
After a regular season of highs and lows for North Iowa volleyball teams, Iowa high school athletic conferences have begun to release all-conference teams.
Monday night's matchup between Forest City and Clear Lake volleyball teams was maybe a microcosm of the season for the Indians.
All the mileage, all the hill workouts and all the 5,000-meter races come down to Wednesday and Thursday night.
The Forest City volleyball team survived a furious Clear Lake rally on Monday night to win, 3-2, and advance to the next round of Class 3A, Region 2 play.
Forest City volleyball hosts Clear Lake in the Class 3A Region 2 Quarterfinals on Monday night.
The Forest City football team hasn't quite had the season it hoped for. But head coach Chad Moore says the Indians have competed hard every week.
Did you blink?
Osage's football team felt it was a couple plays away from being unbeaten in Class 2A, District 3. Rattling off four wins a row, three of them by 17 or more, was a suffice consolation prize.
Garner-Hayfield-Ventura football advanced to the playoffs after defeating visiting team Forest City on Friday.
The Garner-Hayfield-Ventura football team bounced back from three fumbles early to earn a 25-14 win over Forest City on Friday night.
Justin Rygh has raced consistently at the front of the pack and on Thursday, he garnered his first career first-team all-conference honors at NIACC.
You know who'll be at the front of the race for Forest City. You might not know who follows Joey Hovinga.
Mike Schutt has praised how deep this year's version of Newman Catholic is. It has just two upperclassmen after stalwart No. 1 runner Maggie McBride that make up the two-through-seven spots in the lineup.
St. Ansgar's Riley Witt is unblemished in races this season.
Two of the top runners in the state continued their strong seasons with victories at the Bear Creek Golf Course in Forest City on Monday night.
Breaking down the area districts in three different classes that feature double digit teams in North Iowa.