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 Lauren Andersen earned the HCHS girls’ lone state meet medal last May by placing fourth in the Class 3A discus with a throw of 121’-2” as a sophomore. (Photos by Mike Oeffner)
2020 Roster Seniors: Abby Alberti (S/MD), Lucy Borkowski (D). Juniors: Abi Albertsen (MD/D), Lauren Andersen (T), Olivia Anderson (MD/D), Justine Buman (S/H/J), Grace Eckermann (S/H/J), Liv Freund (MD/D), Brooke Goshorn (T), Ashley Hall (S/MD), Kennedy Kjergaard (S/MD), Lucy Metzger (S/H/J),...
 IKM-Manning senior Parker Behrens (right) competed in three state meet events last spring. Behrens anchored the Wolves to second place in the 4x800 relay. (Photos by Mike Oeffner)
2020 Roster Seniors: Raine Meneough (S), Colten Brandt (H/S), Adam Gruhn (S/MD), Jackson Johnson (D), Will Jorgensen (H/S), Parker Behrens (S/MD/HJ), Ben Lingle (S), Colby Keller (S), Carter Sorensen (D). Juniors: Quentin Dreyer (D), Brody Swearingen (T), James Vega (S), Connor Keller (S), Hayden...
 IKM-Manning junior Alexa Ahrenholtz competed in three state meet events last spring, including a 16th-place finish in the Class 1A high jump. (Photos by Mike Oeffner)
2020 Roster Seniors: Lexi Branning (T/S), Kamryn Lesle (S), Emily Kerkhoff (S/H). Juniors: Alexa Ahrenholtz (S/HJ), Lauren Danner (S), Erin Fineran (T). Sophomores: McKenna Mullen (MD/D), Taylor Ferneding (S), Jessica Christensen (S/H), Bianca Cadwell (S/MD), Emma Deets (MD/D), Macie Doyel (S/MD/LJ...
 Nebraska-Kearney senior Kyle Juhl (32) blocks a shot during the 2019-20 season. Juhl was a four-year letter winner for the Lopers, made the MIAA Academic Honor Roll four times and was named honorable mention all-conference in March. (Photo courtesy of UNK Athletics/Corbey R. Dorsey)
 KEARNEY, NEB. -- Senior Kyle Juhl put the finishing touches on a solid four-year men’s basketball career at the University of Nebraska-Kearney this past winter, averaging 8.3 points and 5.3 rebounds per game as the Lopers went 16-13 overall and 10-9 in the MIAA. He was a team captain and received...
 Simpson senior Kyle Wagner (right) scored 15 points per game for the 14-13 Storm this past season and finished his three-year career at the school just 51 points shy of 1,000. (Photo courtesy of Luke Behaunek, Simpson College)
 INDIANOLA -- For the second straight year, Simpson College men’s basketball senior Kyle Wagner has been named second team All-American Rivers Conference after scoring 15 points a game during the 2019-20 season. Wagner, 6-foot-4 forward, is a 2016 IKM-Manning graduate and the Wolves’ all-time...
Shane Chamberlain
 HASTINGS, NEB. -- Shane Chamberlain, a 2018 Harlan Community graduate, completed his sophomore season with the Hastings College men’s basketball team this past winter, helping the NAIA Division II Broncos finish 16-16 overall and 8-12 in the Great Plains Athletic Conference. Chamberlain, a 6-foot-...
RJ Harris
 SIOUX CITY -- RJ Harris was a sophomore team member and Caleb Rasmussen served as a student assistant coach for the 2019-20 Briar Cliff University men’s basketball team, which finished 16-14 overall and 7-13 in the GPAC. Harris, a 6-foot-2 forward, is a 2018 AHSTW graduate. He played most of his...
Cole Burmeister
 FORT DODGE -- Cole Burmeister, a 2019 Exira-Elk Horn-Kimballton graduate, was a 5-foot-10 freshman guard this past winter for the Iowa Central Community College men’s basketball team. The Tritons finished 10-20 overall and went 3-11 in conference play. Burmeister competed for Iowa Central’s...
Michael Rueschenberg
 AMES -- Michael Rueschenberg, a 2016 graduate of Harlan Community, graduated Summa Cum Laude from Iowa State University in December of 2019, majoring in elementary education with endorsements in reading and social studies. He has accepted a job at Kuemper Catholic and will be teaching 7th grade...
 Morningside College senior Jordyn Moser (2) drives past Dakota Wesleyan’s Kynedi Cheeseman (30) for a shot attempt on January 4. Moser scored 5.9 points per game this past season and led the Mustangs with 119 assists and 78 steals.
 SIOUX CITY -- Former area standouts Jordyn Moser and Sophia Peppers helped lead the Morningside College women’s basketball team to 23 wins this past season as the Mustangs made their 18th consecutive appearance in the NAIA Division II National Tournament. Moser, a 5-foot-5 senior guard and 2016...

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