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CLINTON — Going into a contest with Pleasant Valley, Clinton soccer coach Matt Hagge knew that they would need to play defense.

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CLINTON — The Camanche girls golf team took both the individual and team titles at the Prince of Peace Invitational at Valley Oaks on Friday.

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CLINTON — Nine walks by Clinton LumberKings pitching on Thursday night at Ashford University Field were overcome in a 5-3 win against the Burlington Bees. Ryan Scott led the offense for the LumberKings (7-3) going 3-for-3 with a double, a walk, and a run scored.

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CLINTON — The Clinton River Queens hung tough, but were edged in a few matches to hit their first loss of the year to PV, falling 8-1 at Max Lynn Courts on Tuesday afternoon.

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DAVENPORT — A near-school record jump from senior Jaelen Boysen led the Clinton River Kings to a fifth place finish at the 83rd Annual Jesse Day Relays at Brady Street Stadium on Thursday night.

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FULTON, Ill. —The Fulton Steamers came surging back in late innings to tie everything up with Amboy before running out of time in the first game of the 2018 Muddy River Classic.

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CLINTON — If you’ve been following Iowa high school track at all this year, one name that might have popped up is Jaelen Boysen.

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CLINTON — The Clinton Bowling Association was proud to present a check worth $700 to the Clinton Humane Society this past weekend after raising the money in the Annual Charities Tournament.

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FULTON — The Fulton boys track team finished in the middle of the pack as a team at the Steamer Relays on Tuesday night, picking up 44 points throughout the meet. 

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PORT BYRON, Ill. — Fulton baseball grabbed a dominant 8-0 win over Riverdale on the road on Monday night, while softball fell 5-1 to the Rams.

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CLINTON — Both the River Queens and Kings picked up team wins over Davenport West in unfavorable weather conditions on Friday afternoon.

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MAQUOKETA — The Clinton River Kings bounced back from their first loss to take a 3-2 victory against Maquoketa on the road on Thursday night.

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FULTON — High school sports bring a lot of school pride along with them, so being asked to compete with a different school doesn’t always sit the right way.

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ELDRIDGE — The Clinton River Queens opened their season Tuesday night with a tough matchup against the No. 3 ranked North Scott Lancers on the road, and couldn’t hold off their offense during a 4-0 loss.

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CLINTON — It was a bitterly cold night with freezing rain coming down for the Clinton River Kings first soccer game of the season, and they fell to North Scott 3-0 at the River King & Queen Athletic Complex after fighting with the Lancers for the first 40 minutes.

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CLINTON — The Seattle Mariners have assigned 25 players to the active roster of the Class A Clinton LumberKings and manager Denny Hocking to open the 2018 season. Hocking, 47, a 13-year Major League veteran, will lead a team that features top prospect Oliver Jaskie and fan favorite Dimas Ojeda.

FULTON, Ill. — Erik North didn’t allow a single run in the first five innings to help Fulton cruise to an 8-2 victory over Sherrard at home on Thursday night.

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CAMANCHE — The Camanche boys tennis team opened up their season on Thursday afternoon at home, and the Indians came out in dominating fashion against Marion.

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The Fulton Steamers were in the thick of everything during the Rosenberry Classic at Westwood Sports Complex, and some strong showings helped push them to a third place overall team finish.

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FULTON, Ill. — Fulton junior Chloe Lindeman has competed and won on the national level, including grabbing All-America honors. This past weekend, though, was a little more special.

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STERLING, Ill. — Track season continued for young Fulton and Morrison boys teams at the Rosenberry Classic, hosted by Sterling Newman Catholic at Westwood Sports Complex on Tuesday afternoon.

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CAMANCHE — Snow, ice, cold and rain wasn’t going to stop the town of Camanche from putting on yet another successful M.D.A. fundraising event, and they did just that by raising over $50,000 for the Muscular Dystrophy Association.

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FULTON, Ill. — Coming off of a loss where they didn’t quite play like themselves, the Fulton softball team wanted to come back and make a statement.

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FULTON, Ill. — A slow start didn’t hinder the Fulton Steamer’s offense later in the game as they demolished the Bureau Valley Storm in a 12-2 victory at Drives Park on Friday evening.

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Adult dodgeball: intense, right?

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IOWA CITY — For years, Iowa didn’t have much to worry about at linebacker.

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CLINTON — The Clinton River Kings have two coaching positions to fill after head coaches Chris Powers and Eric Lueders announced that they were stepping down.

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CLINTON — A high school gym is a special thing to a lot of people: student-athletes play the games they love, parents watch their children grow as athletes and as people, and memories that last a lifetime are made.

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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.

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CLINTON — The Clinton River Queens basketball team handed out their end of season awards after completing their best season since 2009-2010.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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CLINTON — A few River Queens were rewarded for the hard work they put in this season when the Mississippi Athletic Conference released their All-Conference list on Wednesday

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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CLINTON — Clinton coach Chris Powers has endured both winning and losing seasons over his lifetime at Clinton High School.

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CAMANCHE — The Camanche Indians found four of their athletes on the River Valley Conference All-Conference list when it was released on Thursday.

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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.