Sports

 AVOCA (Dec. 2) -- The AHSTW boys basketball team opened the season in strong fashion Monday night with a 68-39 win over Woodbine. The Vikings built a 32-17 lead at the half and pulled away by outscoring the Tigers 21-10 in the fourth quarter. The Vikings shot an impressive 13-of-14 at the free...
HCHS Girls Basketball Team -- Front row, L-R: Caitlyn Leinen, Jocelyn Cheek, Ashley Hall, Macie Leinen, Brecken Van Baale, Kaia Bieker. Back row, L-R: Head Coach Zach Klaassen, Kate Heithoff (manager), Brynn Klaassen, Jordan Heese, Shelby Sisson, Claire Schmitz, Raegen Wicks, Maci Schmitz, Assistant Coach Mark Kohorst, Hannah Tunender (manager), Assistant Coach Sam Brummer.
2018-19 Season RecapOverall Record: 5-17Hawkeye Ten: 2-8 (9th Place)4A Regionals: Lost to Glenwood in 1st Round, 49-35Leading ScorersJocelyn Cheek, so.    7.5 ppg.Macie Leinen, so.    7.4 ppg.Brecken Van Baale, so.    6.6 ppg.Leading ReboundersMacie Leinen, so.    5.6 rpg.Anna Ahrenholtz, sr.    3....
Front row: Brayton Schechinger, Joey Moser, Ashton Lyon, Connor Bruck, Michael Heithoff, Michael Erlemeier, Carter Wagner, Brad Curren. Back row: Coach Kevin Osborn, Coach Chad Swanson, Aidan Hall, Konner Leinen, Connor Frame, Will McLaughlin, Cody Christensen, Isaiah Ahrenholtz, Johnathan Monson, Joseph Fah, Tyler Mumm (manager), Head Coach Mitch Osborn.
2018-19 Season RecapOverall Record: 11-9Hawkeye Ten: 7-3 (4th Place)3A Substate: Lost to Winterset in 1st Round, 67-51Leading ScorersBrett Sears, sr.    14.4 ppg.Johnathan Monson, jr.    9.3 ppg.Connor Bruck, jr.    8.3 ppg.Leading ReboundersBrett Sears, sr.    8.3 rpg.Johnathan Monson, jr.    5.0...
 Harlan Community senior Allen Fries (17) wraps up Glenwood quarterback Zach Carr for one of his 10 sacks during the 2019 season. Fries was named first team All-State by the Iowa Print Sports Writers Association. Also pictured for the Cyclones are Joey Moser (23), Eli Monson (9) and Brenden Bartley (25).
 DES MOINES (Nov. 26) -- Led by first-team selections Allen Fries and Will McLaughlin of Harlan Community, four area players have been named to the 2019 Iowa Print Sports Writers Association’s All-State Football teams. The IPSWA announced its all-state teams on Tuesday following Saturday’s voting...
 WOODBINE (Nov. 25) -- AHSTW opened the girls basketball season Monday night with a 50-32 win at Woodbine and also beat CAM on the road Tuesday night, 56-43. Lady Vike junior Kailey Jones had a huge opener against the Tigers, totaling 22 points and 17 rebounds to lead all players. Seven of her...
 Front row, L-R: Kaia Sanderfer and Emma Rust. Middle row, L-R: Jayvin Keys, Mike Kenkel, Jason Hansen. Back row, L-R: Billy Joe Harvey, Lokahi Smith, Jonathan Ayers. (Photo contributed)
 COUNCIL BLUFFS (Nov. 23) -- Eight Special Olympics athletes from the Harlan Community School District competed in a state bowling competition held last weekend at Thunderbowl in Council Bluffs. The Cyclone participants competed in seven different divisions and came home with six gold medals and...
 HCHS junior Brecken Van Baale tries to dribble past IKM-Manning’s Nicole Hanson during Thursday’s jamboree.
 HARLAN (Nov. 21) -- The Harlan Community girls basketball team defeated IKM-Manning 42-22 Thursday night in a two-quarter jamboree game played in Harlan. HCHS raced out to leads of 8-0 and 13-2 against the Wolves and never looked back. The margin was cut to 18-12 late in the first quarter before...
 HARLAN (Nov. 22) -- Finishing the first half on a 9-3 run and closing the game with an 11-3 spurt, the Harlan Community girls basketball team outlasted Council Bluffs Thomas Jefferson 40-33 in a Hall of Pride Scrimmage here Friday night. HCHS struggled to score for much of the game but played good...
 COUNCIL BLUFFS (Nov. 22) -- The Harlan Community boys basketball team played a Hall of Pride Scrimmage at Thomas Jefferson Friday and outscored the Yellow Jackets 62-53. The Cyclones nearly finished with five players in double figures, led by Johnathan Monson’s 17 points, eight rebounds and three...
 CEDAR FALLS (Nov. 21) -- The top-ranked Audubon football team fell one win shy of claiming the 8-Player state championship on Thursday, losing to No. 3 Don Bosco 35-19 in the title game at the UNI-Dome. The Wheelers (12-2) had rattled off 11 straight wins since a 26-25 loss at Remsen St. Mary’s...

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