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CLINTON--On a bitterly cold January Sunday night, the baseball community in Clinton celebrated the unofficial start to the 2019 season with their annual Hot Stove Banquet, welcoming a new manager and a new franchise.

CAMANCHE--The Indian family caught a break in our winter weather and were able to spend a cozy Saturday reminiscing and honoring the Athletics Hall of Fame Class of 2019 as they were inducted at Gil's Ballroom.

The Clinton River Queens' bowling team is having a phenomenal season, looking to make it to state for a second year in a row. Leading them is a group of experienced seniors.


FULTON — The Steamers still had a sour taste lingering from an eight-point loss to conference foe Orion Friday night when they took the floor in another league matchup Tuesday.


MORRISON – The movements leading up to the milestone was a scene cut and pasted from a surprise party. Members of the student section took their places. The PA announcer sharpened his focus. Cameras were drawn from every angle.

DAVENPORT--The River Queens uncharacteristically found themselves in the loss column while the River Kings pulled out a round late to split in a MAC bowling match up on the road against Davenport West on Monday night.

FULTON, Ill. -- The Unity Christian Knights used some long shots to make a rally late in the game, but didn't have quite enough and fell 76-71 to Faith Christian Academy on Monday night at home.

Easton Valley senior Sadie Zaruba hit her 1,000th career point on Saturday at the Manny’s Shootout, something she’s been working towards as one of her goals.

It’s hard to tell that Camanche junior Tarah Wehde hadn’t played competitive basketball for two years before this season started.


DEWITT – For a moment, a pair of Central DeWitt girls basketball freshmen were the town's best kept secret. The duo ambushed opponents to open their varsity career, taking an undefeated record until the final game before winter break.

CLINTON--Baker games proved crucial in a home bowling match for Clinton on Saturday, and both the River Kings and Queens performed in order to roll to a sweep of North Scott at the Plaza Bowl.


It’s been a bit of a transition for Clinton senior Megan Gandrup this year, but her stats the last two games are showing that she’s finding her niche in the 2018 River Queen lineup.


FULTON – When a pair of teams from opposite sides of the Mississippi River meet in a mid-December non-conference matchup on a Monday night, normalcy should not be expected.

CLINTON — There’s been a lot of preparation and planning over the last few months at both the Plaza Bowl and Imperial Lanes, and it’s going to continue until March.

CAMANCHE—Madi Parson’s 18 points and assists from the block helped lead the Camanche Indians to a 45-45 victory over Northeast on Tuesday night.

CLINTON – The fast-paced Baker rotation, which is played by each team's top-five scoring individuals at the end of match, played in the favor of the Clinton High School boys bowling team's win over Pleasant Valley last week. 


CLINTON – Clinton High School boys swimming coach Albert Hayton did not appear overly concerned with the lopsided scoreboard in favor of Davenport Central Thursday night.


PHOENIX (AP) — The St. Louis Cardinals struck gold in their search for a big hitter, acquiring slugging first baseman Paul Goldschmidt in a blockbuster trade with the Arizona Diamondbacks on Wednesday.


Camanche senior Madi Parson earned the Clinton Herald Player of the Year slot in 2017 as a junior, so it is really no surprise that she was deemed fit to be a repeat recipient.

FULTON, Ill.--There was nothing but smiles Friday morning at Fulton High School as senior Chloe Lindeman chose the University of Wisconsin hat from the table in front of her and shed her blue hoodie to sport a Wisconsin Badgers t-shirt. 

Iowa State running back David Montgomery and Baylor defensive end Greg Roberts will miss the first half of their teams' games this week after the scuffle that led to their ejections in the second half of a testy game between the Cyclones and Bears.

NEW YORK — Zach LaVine scored a career-high 41 points, including the game-winning free throw with 0.2 seconds left, as the Chicago Bulls beat the New York Knicks 116-115 in double overtime on Monday night.


Prince of Peace was able to break a few year absence from the state meet in Fort Dodge in the 2017 season when Payton Schnier qualified. They decided to keep that streak going this time.


The Camanche Indians made history this cross country season, qualifying their first boys team for the Iowa High School State Cross Country Meet.

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