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DES MOINES — It was 20 years ago when the West Hancock girls track and field team won a state team title.
DES MOINES — West Fork’s Cailey Weaver saw a second-place finish was within her grasp at the state meet on Saturday.
DES MOINES — The Bishop Garrigan boys shuttle hurdle relay team of Logan Rosenmeyer, Joel Vaske, Devin Degen and Zac Kibby had already exceeded expectations at the Class 1A state track and field meet prior to Saturday’s finals.
DES MOINES — Clear Lake seniors Zach Tatum, Cooper Merrill, Parker Truesdell and Chase Bacon wanted to end their prep track and field careers in style in the Class 2A 4x100 on Saturday.
DES MOINES — Korby Sander’s goal all season was to defend his state titles in Class 1A in the 100 and 200. The Belmond-Klemme senior reached half of that goal Saturday, winning the 100 in a time of 11.30 seconds while finishing fourth in the 200 in a time of 22.61 seconds.
DES MOINES — Over the last four years, Dallas Weiss has been chasing a state title in the 100 hurdles.
Day three of the Iowa High School Track & Field Championships at Drake Stadium in Des Moines.
Day two of the Iowa High School Track & Field Championships at Drake Stadium in Des Moines.
DES MOINES — Little did Mason City girls track and field coach Jim Lee know that the alphabet would determine the fate of freshman Megan Meyer competing at the Class 4A state meet in the high jump.
1. Can Korby Sander repeat in the 1A 100 and 200?
CLEAR LAKE — Yes, it will be hectic. But yes, ultimately the chaos of the next few days will be worth it for some of Clear Lake’s top multi-sport athletes.
Justin Rygh has established himself as a front runner in the Top of Iowa Conference. Katelyn Johnston has already been that and now aims to peak as October draws near.
It wasn't just Osage's volleyball team that had multiple victories on Saturday.
The Iowa High School Associated Press prep football ballot is scheduled to be released on Monday afternoon. Here is the ballot submitted by Mason City Globe Gazette sports writer Zach Martin:
CEDAR FALLS – Class 3A No. 9 Osage's volleyball team lost in the semifinals of the Cedar Falls Invitational to 2A No. 11 Grundy Center in straight sets at Northern Iowa.
FrontPagebets presents a breakdown of how five of the top Heisman contenders fared in Week 4, plus a look at what’s next.
Building the Iowa women’s wrestling program from the ground up has been a lesson-filled experience for Clarissa Chun.
LANDOVER, Md. — The play Sunday that told you that the Eagles are an excellent football team, with the potential to be more than excellent, was born of what appeared to be chaos. It was late in the first half, the closing seconds ticking down on the game clock, the Eagles up 17 points on the Washington Commanders, positioned for a finishing blow. Jalen Hurts had tried to carry the ball into ...
In 2018, during the run-up to Kentucky’s SEC football showdown with No. 14 Mississippi State, two primary storylines dominated the discourse. One was that UK’s history under Mark Stoops had been of struggling against dual-threat quarterbacks such as MSU’s Nick Fitzgerald. The other was that, under Stoops, Kentucky had never won a “draw-a-line-in-the-sand”-type game in Lexington. So after the ...
RALEIGH, N.C. — If this is a one-year referendum on Kevin Keatts’ future at N.C. State, he doesn’t want to hear it. Same for reflections upon last season’s debacle, which went sideways in the first minute and never really got any better on the way to an 11-21 finish and only four wins in the ACC. Keatts stepped back, analyzed, assessed, drew conclusions — swapped out his entire coaching staff ...
Less than 24 hours after the Carolina Panthers earned their first victory of the season, coach Matt Rhule had a clear task for the team heading into Week 4. “I think the key is to try to be the same guy every day, so I challenged them today to have the same intensity about improving that they had last week at 0-2,” Rhule said. “That is the key to being great. It’s come in every week, see what ...