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 AHSTW assistant coach Jason Holst talks with junior quarterback Blake Holst (10) as he exits the field along with senior Seth Kiesel during Friday’s 33-29 Viking win over Martensdale-St. Marys.
 AVOCA (Sept. 20) -- Sophomore Denver Pauley scored the game-winning touchdown with 52 second left - his third of the game - as the AHSTW football team rallied past Martensdale-St. Marys for a 33-29 victory Friday night. The Vikings improved to 2-2 overall and will open Class A, District 9 play at...
 CARROLL (Sept. 21) -- The Kuemper Catholic Cross Country Invite scheduled for Saturday (Sept. 21) was cancelled a day in advance due to wet grounds and the forecast for more rain Friday night. Area teams set to attend the two-class meet included Harlan Community, IKM-Manning and Exira-EHK. No make...
 HCHS senior Haley Manz (13) sets the ball for junior Macie Leinen during the Sept. 17 Teal Out match vs. Kuemper Catholic. Manz had 24 assists against Atlantic Thursday night and Leinen spiked 11 kills.
 ATLANTIC (Sept. 19) -- The Harlan Community volleyball team won its third consecutive Hawkeye Ten road match Thursday night with a four-set victory in Atlantic, prevailing 25-13, 25-11, 19-25, 25-11 to improve to 3-1 in conference play (8-8 overall). HCHS served at a 93.5 percent clip with 15 aces...
 OAKLAND (Sept. 19) -- The AHSTW volleyball team rallied back from an 0-2 deficit to force a fifth set at 14th-ranked (Class 1A) Riverside Thursday night before losing a heartbreaker, 19-25, 15-25, 25-20, 25-10, 9-15. The Lady Vikes dropped to 0-3 in Western Iowa Conference play (6-7 overall) while...
 HCHS junior Lauren Andersen (15) rises up for a kill attempt over Kuemper’s Kara Peter during Tuesday’s Hawkeye Ten Conference volleyball match. Cyclone players looking on are Haley Manz (13) and Delaney Wegner. (Photos by Mike Oeffner)
 HARLAN (Sept. 17) -- Three days after using a big rally to beat Kuemper Catholic 2-0 at the South Central Calhoun Tournament, the Harlan Community volleyball team was unable to repeat the feat in Tuesday night’s Hawkeye Ten Conference rematch. The seventh-ranked (3A) Knights made sure of that in...
 STORM LAKE (Sept. 17) -- Four meets into the 2019 cross country season, the only team to outrace the Harlan Community girls is still Class 4A’s defending state champion, Southeast Polk. The fourth-ranked (3A) Cyclones earned their third team title of the year at Sunrise Pointe Golf Course on...
 ATLANTIC (Sept. 20) -- As Harlan Community football coach Todd Bladt scanned Quik Stats earlier this week, he struggled to find Atlantic statistical categories that didn’t include Tyler Moen’s name at the top. “I think the only thing that he doesn’t lead in would be passer rating... he’s at...
 AHSTW junior Julia Kock (17), followed by teammate Jade Draman, competes in Tuesday’s AHSTW Cross Country Meet. Kock placed seventh and Draman was eighth. (Photos by Mike Oeffner)
 AVOCA (Sept. 17) -- The AHSTW girls placed second as a team and Quentin Dreyer’s third-place finish led the IKM-Manning boys to third on a hot Tuesday afternoon for the AHSTW Cross Country Meet. Exira-Elk Horn-Kimballton also competed at the Avoca Golf and Country Club in a meet that featured 142...
 AHSTW’s Kailey Jones (left) and Sydney Zimmerman (22) look to block an attack by a Logan-Magnolia player Tuesday night. (Photos by Bob Bjoin)
    AVOCA (Sept. 17) – The AHSTW volleyball team took a talented Logan-Magnolia squad to the limit Tuesday before falling in straight sets, although all three games were highly contested.    The Panthers came into the match with an 11-5 record and the 6-5 Lady Vikes matched them point for point for...
 Harlan Community senior Allen Fries (17) sacks Carroll quarterback Colby Vincent on fourth down to help preserve Friday’s 34-21 Cyclone victory at Merrill Field. Fries sacked Vincent twice and also batted down a screen pass during a key four-play stretch of the fourth quarter.
 HARLAN (Sept. 13) -- The Harlan Community football team is still a work in progress - striving to put together 48 consistent minutes in all three phases - but there was a lot to like about Friday night’s 34-21 home win over Carroll. HCHS, which built a 21-0 lead in the first 21 minutes at Merrill...

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