Class A, District 2 was home of the state champion West Hancock football team. It also was home to some of the best players in the state.
The West Hancock football team showed why it’s ranked as the top team in Class A on Friday night.
Two of the top Class A programs of the last few decades will square off for the first time since 2017 on Friday night.
John Sievert isn't your typical college football freshman.
With the two running backs listed ahead of him on the depth chart out, former St. Ansgar standout Ryan Cole made the most of his opportunity on Saturday for Morningside.
The Osage football team earned a hard-fought, 20-13 win over St. Ansgar and took home the L.R. Falk trophy for the first time since 2018 on Saturday.
It's no secret that there are some rivalries between North Iowa area schools. Week 1 showcases many of them.
Despite graduating many of its best players from a season ago, St. Ansgar coach Drew Clevenger made it clear that the expectation is still success for his program.
Ryan Cole and Sage Hulshizer are the latest St. Ansgar football players who have committed to play football at Morningside College next season.
Sarah Fuller made history over the weekend as the first woman to compete in a Power 5 Division I football game. In North Iowa, there's many girls who choose to blaze their own trails.
The Saints came up short in their quest for the program's first state title since 2011. But the season was still incredibly successful.
The St. Ansgar football team fell one game short from reaching the Class A state championship game. The Saints fought hard, but couldn't keep up with Iowa City Regina on Friday morning.
St. Ansgar and Iowa City Regina are two programs that are familiar with the UNI-Dome. The two teams will collide on Friday morning with a chance to play in the state championship hanging in the balance.
Members of the St. Ansgar community are hoping to see the Saints win their first state championship since 2011. Members of the football team are hoping to see the community follow the team’s lead in slowing COVID-19.
The Saints have been dominant on their three-game playoff run and will look to take momentum into next Friday's game at the UNI-Dome.
No. 2 St. Ansgar exploded for 49 straight points to beat No. 7 MFL-Mar-Mac. The win advanced the Saints to the UNI-Dome for a second consecutive year.
The Class A, No. 2 St. Ansgar football team has made things look easy up to this point in the playoffs. Friday night's game against No. 7 MFL-Mar-Mac should be a good one.
For the Class A, No. 2 St. Ansgar football team, Friday night’s third round game against No. 9 South Winneshiek was just business as usual.
On paper, the matchup between Class A, No. 2 St. Ansgar and No. 9 South Winneshiek was supposed to be one of the closest games of the weekend in the Class A playoffs. Someone forgot to tell that to St. Ansgar.
After rolling through West Fork in the second round of the playoffs a week ago, the matchup against Class A, No. 9 South Winneshiek promises to be a tougher challenge for No. 2 St. Ansgar.
Cold weather couldn't stop the red-hot rushing offense of Class A, No. 2 St. Ansgar on Friday night in round two of the playoffs against visiting West Fork.
There was no shortage of excitement in the game between Class A, No. 2 St. Ansgar and Newman Catholic on Friday night in Mason City. With the district title hanging in the balance, the Saints earned a 44-34 win.