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at US Cellular Center • Cedar Rapids CLASS 5AFirst Round Scores • Tuesday, November 12#1 Cedar Falls 3, #8 Waukee 2 (25-22, 25-10, 21-25, 24-26, 15-12)#4 Ankeny 3, #5 CB Abraham Lincoln 0 (25-20, 25-15, 25-18)#7 Pleasant Valley 3, #2 Iowa City Liberty 1 (25-17, 25-12, 19-25, 25-20)#3 WDM Valley 3...
 HCHS softball coach Brooke Wilson (right) congratulates Emily Brouse on a home run during the 2019 season. Wilson recently stepped down as head coach after guiding the Cyclones to a 68-70 record over the last four years.
 HARLAN -- Calling it a difficult, but necessary, life decision, Brooke Wilson recently stepped down from her position as head coach of the Harlan Community softball team. Wilson notified the players of her decision on October 25 and her resignation was approved by the HCS Board of Education...
 HCHS junior Aubri Smith competes in her leg of the 400 freestyle relay during a home meet for the CB Swim Team. (Photos by Mike Oeffner)
 COUNCIL BLUFFS -- Harlan Community junior Aubri Smith and freshmen Aurora Miller and Elaina Vrchoticky recently completed their first season competing for the Council Bluffs Abraham Lincoln girls swimming team, also known as the CB Swim Team. The team was coached by Harlan Community alum Logan...
Quarterfinal Round Scores • Friday, November 8 CLASS 4ABettendorf 24, Cedar Falls 14               Dowling Catholic 42, Ankeny 14CR Kennedy 27, Urbandale 13             WDM Valley 26, Waukee 10CLASS 3AWestern Dubuque 29, North Scott 7    Sergeant Bluff-Luton 54, Norwalk 28Lewis Central 12, DC-...
 The AHSTW girls cross country team and coaches stand with their state meet trophy and medals after the Lady Vikes placed third out of 15 teams in Class 1A at Lakeside Municipal Golf Course. Left-right: Head Coach Jenny Hamilton, Jade Draman, Chloe Falkena, Holly Hoepner, Grace Luna, Ryann Portch, Julia Kock, Jordan Blotzer, Assistant Coach Jackson Renberg.
 FORT DODGE (Nov. 2) -- The AHSTW girls cross country team opened the 2019 season by winning its first meet title in exactly a decade. On Saturday the Lady Vikes closed the year with so much more, waving to their fans from the balcony of the Lakeside Municipal Golf Course clubhouse with a third-...
 Harlan Community senior Lucy Borkowski (right) placed 19th to lead the Cyclone girls to a fourth-place team finish in Class 3A.
 FORT DODGE (Nov. 2) -- It was still one step short of their ultimate goal, but the Harlan Community girls cross country team left Saturday’s state meet feeling happy and a little bit vindicated. One year after finishing eighth at Lakeside Municipal Golf Course, HCHS placed fourth out of 15 teams...
 HISTORIC FEAT -- HCHS junior Trey Gross recorded the highest state meet finish in Cyclone boys’ history on Saturday, placing seventh in Class 3A. (Photos by Mike Oeffner)
 FORT DODGE (Nov. 2) -- Out of 120 medalists at this year’s State Cross Country Meet, perhaps only one was forced to sit out two weeks in September while recovering from an appendectomy. Harlan Community junior Trey Gross was that guy, but it didn’t stop him from making a little history Saturday at...
 Harlan Community seniors Alex Schechinger (42) and Cody Christensen (81) hold up the Cyclones’ Class 3A playoff qualifier trophy following Friday’s 9-7 first-round loss at Dallas Center-Grimes. HCHS finished the season with an overall record of 7-3. (Photos by Mike Oeffner)
 GRIMES (Nov. 1) -- In a playoff battle of two great defenses Friday night, the outcome boiled down to mistakes. Dallas Center-Grimes played a clean game with just one turnover - a harmless first-half interception that pinned Harlan Community at its own 5-yard line. HCHS essentially turned the ball...
 Cyclone quarterback Johnathan Monson (14) hugs a teammate following the team’s 9-7 playoff loss at Dallas Center-Grimes. (Photos by Mike Oeffner)
Defensive Battle The game was controlled by two outstanding defenses as neither team gained more than 200 total yards (DC-G 188, HCHS 180). The Cyclones put together a five-play, 98-yard scoring drive in the first quarter - most of it on Johnathan Monson’s 77-yard option scamper - and also had a 14...
 IKM-Manning players and coaches gather around their Class A playoff qualifier trophy following last Friday’s 38-14 loss at top-ranked West Hancock. (Photos courtesy of Angie Ahrenholtz)
 BRITT (Nov. 1) -- IKM-Manning wasn’t able to pull off the upset at top-ranked West Hancock last Friday, but the Wolves certainly didn’t go down without a fight. Leading just 16-14 late in the second quarter, the Eagles scored two touchdowns in the final 1:22 of the half and pitched a shutout the...

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