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New Hampton’s Gavin Rings had a perfect round Tuesday.
With it 70 degrees, sunny, and no wind on Tuesday, the New Hampton and Turkey Valley trapshooting teams posted some of their best scores of the season at the Turkey Valley Trap Range, as they squared off against one another. The Chickasaws dominated the meet, as they possessed the top five squads,...
Turkey Valley faced stiff competition on Tuesday evening, as they faced Class 2A Crestwood in a meet at Jackson Heights Golf Course.  The Cadets outdueled the Trojans 198-241, and Turkey Valley golf coach John Reicks thought a long layoff may have been part of the reason for his team’s defeat. “It...
New Hampton’s Kaleb Macon reaches to hand the baton to Derek Ogg in the distance medley at the Osage Invitational.
Scott Frerichs was asked what he liked about his New Hampton boys track team’s performance at the Osage Invitational on Tuesday, and the veteran coach had a quick answer. “We had a beautiful night to run and our guys took advantage of it,” he said. “We had a lot of PRs, and this is the time of the...
New Hampton senior Wyatt Stochl taps in a putt during the Chickasaws’ triangular victory over Tripoli and Don Bosco Tuesday.
The Chickasaws’ boys golf team split a pair of meets, as they fell to Decorah in a dual on Monday and claimed victory at a triangular in Tripoli on Tuesday.   Along with claiming the team victory on Tuesday, the Chickasaws also owned the individual medalist, as senior Ryan Anderson won with a 39....
New Hampton’s Maddie Usher runs the 4x800 meter relay earlier this month at a meet in Osage.
New Hampton girls track coach Jeanette Laures hopes her Chickasaws paid attention to Maddie Usher’s brilliant run in the 800 at Tuesday night’s Waukon Indian Relays. Taking the lead from the start, Usher held off Crestwood’s Cassidy Ihns by .03 seconds to win the race in a season-best time of 2:31....
New Hampton’s Allison Nuss watches her chip shot head to the green during a triangular meet with Tripoli and Don Bosco Tuesday afternoon.
A rainy Monday evening did not stop the New Hampton girls’ golf team from having a successful day. In fact, it may have helped, as the Chickasaws tied a school record for best team score with 166 at Decorah, while the Vikings totaled 221. Not only did they tie this historic mark, but junior Allison...
New Hampton’s Katie Holschlag fires a shot during a meet held earlier this season.
With temperatures in the 60s, no wind, and sunny, the New Hampton trapshooting team couldn’t have asked for better weather on Saturday during their meet at Saint Ansgar.  This showed in the results, as New Hampton Red posted the best score for a squad this spring, hitting 238 of the 250 targets. “...
Third place honors on a windy Thursday was Turkey Valley’s Dalton Rush with a score of 43.
Turkey Valley dominated Cresco in a dual on Thursday, as they possessed the top two squads at the event. Along with the top two teams, they also owned the top overall scorer in Kaylie Klimesh, who posted a total of 46. “That was a cold afternoon and evening!” Turkey Valley trapshooting coach Paul...
New Hampton freshman Kaylee Baker picked up a couple of points for the Chickasaws with a seventh-place finish in the high jump at the Wahawk Relays Thursday.
Waterloo West’s Wahawk Relays is always one of the more challenging meets on the New Hampton girls track team’s schedule. Thursday’s 11-team field included seven Class 4A schools and a pair of 3A teams, and even more daunting for the Chickasaws was that they were without one of their top runners as...
The information on the scoresheet said the temperature at the Jackson Heights golf course was 50 degrees at tee time Thursday. Sunny and calm would have helped. But nope. Cloudy and breezy. “A raw, windy day for golf and our scores reflected that,” coach John Reicks began. “Looking for a little...

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