CAMANCHE — If you ask Camanche senior point guard Dev Patel to describe his career as an Indian, he has one word: fun.
GOOSE LAKE — Losing seven seniors to graduation completely changes the landscape of a basketball team. That didn’t phase Northeast coach Travis Eversmeyer and his team, who ended their season at a Class 2A substate matchup.
MILAN, Mo. — Athletics have always been a big part of Andrea Dabney’s life, but she had no idea when she started that it would lead her to being the head coach of a high school boys basketball team.
IOWA CITY — A prominent Iowa basketball coach was jailed Tuesday on a child pornography charge after telling investigators he secretly recorded his adolescent players undressing in an attempt to monitor their development.
DES MOINES — It’s been a hectic couple of days for former Northeast Coach Kevin Enwright, but it ended with him joining the 49th class of the Iowa High School Athletic Association’s Hall of Fame at the 2018 induction ceremonies.
CAMANCHE — Camanche head coach Brett DeNeve says if he’s going into a fight or competition of any kind, he would like his chances with Marly Bussa.
CLINTON — The Clinton River Kings had two athletes earn All-Conference honors when the Mississippi Athletic Conference released the list on Monday.
MOUNT VERNON — A school-record performance in Friday’s pentathlon at Waverly propelled Cornell senior Libby Schnoor into the NCAA Division III Track & Field Indoor Championships for the second straight year.
GOOSE LAKE — Football, baseball, volleyball and track and field: those are the sports seven Rebels decided to take on into college Wednesday when they signed their letters of intent in front of an audience at Northeast High School.
CLINTON — In a conference loaded with local talent, Prince of Peace found five athletes on the Tri-Rivers All-Conference Team when the conference released the list on Friday.
CAMANCHE — With the warm weather this week, it’s a sign that spring sports are coming back into the area: track and field, soccer and tennis will all be starting up soon.
CLINTON — Taking over the head coaching job from family may have added a little pressure, but Clinton Coach Eric Lueders is officially done with his first season.
MUSCATINE — The Northeast Rebels didn't hide their emotions this weekend, shedding tears and exchanging hugs on the court at Muscatine High School after falling just short of a state basketball berth with a 55-46 loss to Wapello on Saturday night.
WATERLOO — The River Queens bowled well above their season average and saw two athletes receive medals for top ten finishes at the Class 2A Iowa State Bowling Tournament at Cadillac Lanes in Waterloo on Thursday.
DES MOINES — Clinton sophomore was able to solidify a place at the Iowa State Wrestling Tournament this weekend, taking home 7th in Class 3A at 195 pounds.
Bettendorf — The Camanche Indians saw their postseason run come to an end on Saturday after a 64-45 loss to the Assumption Knights at Pleasant Valley High School in regional play.
CAMANCHE, Iowa — The Camanche Indians have advanced to the Class 2A District 9 finals with help from Dev Patel and Cam Soenksen, and the two team leaders are headed into the game with Northeast on Tuesday calm and confident.
CLINTON — It’s never easy to have a losing season, but it’s even harder when it’s your last. That’s where the Clinton High senior basketball players are right now, heading into the first round of postseason with a record of 2-19.
CLINTON — The Sweet 16 and Terrific 12 roll offs that are the culmination of Clinton City Tournament proved to be exciting on Saturday with some close finishes and historic moments.
DES MOINES, Iowa — It was a good day for area state qualifiers in Des Moines and Champaign as they advanced to day two of the state wrestling tournaments.
The Camanche Indians and Northeast Rebels both won their regional match ups Thursday night at Camanche to advance to the district final game at Yourd Gymnasium next Tuesday.
CAMANCHE, Iowa — The Camanche girls bowling team is headed to the state bowling tournament early next week, and for senior Jordan Smith it will make her fourth trip to the tournament in her four years of high school bowling.
CLINTON — The Clinton River Kings couldn’t hang onto a lead and fell 45-35 to Davenport West at home Tuesday night in the last week on regular Mississippi Athletic Conference play.
The Clinton River Kings and Queens had two individuals qualify for the state bowling tournament next week at the Plaza Bowl on Tuesday, but the day was made even sweeter when the girls team grabbed the at-large bid.
CLINTON — The River Kings never found any offensive momentum against Mississippi Athletic Conference foe Pleasant Valley, and fell 57-30 in Yourd Gymnasium on Friday night.
CLINTON — With no wins and a point differential of minus-35.8 per game, the Prince of Peace girls basketball team is entering Thursday's postseason opener as the perceived underdog to Calamus-Wheatland.
CLINTON — After trailing by double digits in the first half, a furious comeback by the Clinton girls basketball team fell just short Tuesday night in Yourd Gym.
The top 10 teams in the Associated Press Iowa high school basketball poll with first-place votes in parentheses and win-loss record, total points and position last week at right:
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