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Two area football teams are still kicking in their respective playoff brackets, and both have already proved just why they deserve to be there.
Prince of Peace’s Sophie Griffin just ended her junior year of cross country with the Irish, capping it off with her second state appearance.
DES MOINES, IA – Mediacom Communications announced today a new partnership with the Iowa High School Sports Network (IHSSN) to provide Mediacom’s Iowa television subscribers with access to a mix of live action and replay coverage featuring the Iowa High School Athletic Association’s (IHSAA) …
The Illinois High School Association (IHSA) announced Monday, 2019 that it is adding 13 individuals runners (8 boys, 5 girls), and one boys’ team (St. Viator), to its field of qualifiers for the 2019 IHSA Cross Country State Finals.
PECATONICA, Ill. – On the other side of the Mississippi, the Fulton volleyball team saw their season come to an end with a battle against Dakota in the sectional opener.
FORT DODGE – The Class 2A boys’ cross country championship race on Saturday afternoon in Fort Dodge was certainly as exciting as it was hyped up to be, and it just happened to be even more exciting for the Camanche Indians.
The Easton Valley River Hawks are heading into the 8-man playoffs on Friday night, heading into the bracket with a No. 6 ranking and an 8-1 record.
EARLVILLE, Ill. – With game point on the line, the crowd saw the set from Kylie Collachia headed to the outside, and it was over before they knew it.
It’s been a decade since the Clinton High School girls’ swim team was able to send anyone to the state meet, and a couple of relays are trying to change that .
EARLVILLE, Ill. – The Fulton Steamers have said all along that a regional championship was one of their big goals this season.
CLINTON – Prince of Peace junior Anabel Blount took a couple leaps straight into the air. Paige Kuehl threw her hands towards the ceiling.
FULTON, Ill. – In fitting fashion, a thunderous kill from senior Emily Schipper finished off the Senior Night match on Thursday night in Fulton, and the Steamers came away with a dominant 2-0 victory over Sherrard.
The storyline of the Clinton season certainly has been focused on the youth. With a handful of talented sophomores helping fill the varsity roster, it’s setting the stage for an exciting turnaround in the Clinton program.
Cross country athletes all over the state of Iowa took to their courses on Thursday afternoon, all vying for the coveted spots that would send them to the state meet in Fort Dodge next week.
DAVENPORT – In her assessment of what hampered the Camanche volleyball team on Wednesday night, senior outside hitter Tarah Wehde quickly found a diagnosis.
MAQUOKETA – It wasn’t always pretty and it wasn’t their best, but the Clinton volleyball team pulled out a road sweep to open up their 2019 postseason campaign against Maquoketa.
The Iowa Girls High School Athletic Union’s Board of Directors approved the moving of the swimming and diving and volleyball postseasons beginning with the 2020-21 school year at its October meeting.
FULTON, Ill. – It was a welcome win for the Fulton volleyball team, who closed out their regular season with a comeback victory over Rockridge on their home court on Tuesday night.
CLINTON – The Prince of Peace Irish set the stage for a local rematch after winning the first round of regional volleyball on Tuesday night at the Joe O’Donnell Sports Center with a 3-0 sweep over Tri-Rivers Conference foe Marquette Catholic.
Camanche junior cross country runner Dylan Darsidan isn’t concerned with watching the Iowa Association of Track Coaches (IATC) individual rankings.
There’s a lot of positive energy coming from the Prince of Peace girls’ cross country team, and it just seems to keep increasing as the season end looms.
BLOOMINGTON, Ill. – The Fulton Steamers weren’t happy with the way they golfed on Saturday afternoon, shooting 16 strokes more than the previous day.
BLOOMINGTON, Ill. – With their season on the line, the Fulton boys’ golf team turned in an excellent day of golf in order to make the cut on Friday and play another round in the Illinois High School State Golf Tournament in Bloomington.
With just two weeks remaining in the regular season, a number of teams are aiming to solidify spots in the postseason on both sides of the river.
CLINTON – In what was a Class 1A Region 7 quarterfinal preview, the Prince of Peace volleyball team defeated the Easton Valley River Hawks in two sets on Thursday night.
This Week's Circulars
Roger A. Oderwald, 63, of Clinton, died Sunday at MercyOne, Clinton. The Clinton Chapel Snell-Zornig Funeral Home & Crematory is assisting the family with arrangements.
Peter J. Lassen 72 of Clinton, passed away Sunday, November 10, 2019 at Mercy One Medical Center. Further arrangements are pending at Pape Funeral Home.
- Maddasion elected Clinton mayor
- Armsted sentenced to two life sentences
- Man charged with robbing Clinton National Bank
- Campie resigns from Camanche council
- Don’t mess with Mother Nature
- Camanche Middle School Honor Roll
- VanZuiden joins NelsonCorp team
- Round 2: Mustangs, River Hawks still battling for titles
- Camanche: Auto repair businesses to remain on restricted list
- YWCA Children's Center names leadership team