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WHEATLAND — The Calamus-Wheatland boys basketball team made the most of its second chances on offense, but it was visiting Tipton which seized the opportunity when the two squads found themselves tied once more early in the fourth quarter.

CASCADE — Some of the faces might have changed, but the results looked awfully familiar for the Central DeWitt wrestling team at the Cascade Invitational.

GOOSE LAKE — A tough third quarter ate into its lead, but the Northeast boys basketball team regrouped in a big way during last Tuesday’s River Valley North contest with Cascade.

DAVENPORT — The Central DeWitt girls bowling team bumped up its score again, but it was not enough to catch hosting Davenport Central at Bowlmor Lanes.

GOOSE LAKE — In their first meeting in November, the Cascade girls basketball team took 35 three-pointers against Northeast — still its highest total of the season.

IOWA CITY — The victories came across the board for the Northeast wrestling team during a double dual with Durant and hosting Iowa City Regina Thursday night.

It proved to be a historic weekend for the Central DeWitt girls basketball team in more ways than one.

WHEATLAND — A cold start on offense dug a hole too deep for the Calamus-Wheatland boys basketball team to climb out of when it finally found its shot during Tuesday’s 2022 opener with Marquette Catholic.

ELDRIDGE — North Scott had the home court, the momentum and — thanks to an 8-0 run to start the fourth quarter — the lead in last Tuesday’s 2022 opener with the Central DeWitt boys basketball team.

With its defense wreaking havoc and its offense making nearly half of its shots from the floor — and turning its few misses into second-chance opportunities — the Central DeWitt girls basketball team rolled into the winter break with a decisive victory over Muscatine last Tuesday.

WYOMING — Hosting Midland had won its first two Tri-Rivers East games; visiting Calamus-Wheatland had come out on top in each of its first three divisional contests.

WYOMING — The Calamus-Wheatland boys basketball team was able to overcome one quick start from hosting Midland last Tuesday night.

GOOSE LAKE — With how closely contested the four regulation quarters had been, it only seemed fitting that the Northeast and Mid-Prairie boys basketball teams would need an extra period to decide a winner in Tuesday’s River Valley cross-division game.

With its seniors leading the way and contributions coming up and down its lineup, the Central DeWitt wrestling team returned to the top of its home Saber Invitational Saturday, and did so in dominant fashion.

MAQUOKETA — After a cold night on offense a day earlier, the Central DeWitt girls basketball team warmed right back up during a visit to rival Maquoketa Saturday afternoon.

WHEATLAND — The Calamus-Wheatland girls basketball team got back to its winning ways, knocking off a pair of fellow Tri-Rivers East foes.

IOWA CITY — After watching its previous game come down to a final possession, the Northeast boys basketball team made sure early that there would be less drama in Friday’s visit to Iowa City Regina.

WHEATLAND — With a strong start to the fourth quarter, the Calamus-Wheatland boys basketball team put itself in position to rally from a second-half deficit during Friday night’s home contest with Lisbon.

Keyed by a pair of pressure-packed free throws, the Central DeWitt girls basketball team gave their home fans a couple of happy endings in drama-filled Mississippi Athletic Conference contests last week.

GOOSE LAKE — A year ago, it took until the fourth quarter for the Calamus-Wheatland girls basketball team to take its first lead in an eventual victory over fellow Observer-area squad Northeast.

Among all of the new, the Central DeWitt girls basketball team turned to some familiar faces to clinch a victory in its season opener Tuesday.

GOOSE LAKE — Limited numbers made the result of every dual the Northeast wrestling team competed in last winter a foregone conclusion.

BETTENDORF — A little drama in the Baker games made for an exciting debut for the Central DeWitt bowling teams.

CASCADE — The shots did not fall very often, but hosting Cascade — ranked seventh in 2A — made up for it by taking way more of them during Tuesday’s season opener with the Northeast girls basketball team.

There proved to be a lot of winning for Mississippi Athletic Conference volleyball teams this fall.

FORT DODGE — There were plenty of things that Northeast junior Cenady Soenksen remembered from her previous trip to the state cross country meet.

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CASCADE — The stage keeps getting bigger and bigger.

WELLMAN — The deficit was daunting, and the opponent was too, but it was a third adversary that caught up with the Northeast football team during Friday’s first round of the 2A playoffs.

IOWA CITY — Searching for a return trip to Fort Dodge and the state cross country meet, the Northeast cross country team got as good a preview of a state field as any at Tuesday’s River Valley Conference meet.

WHEATLAND — After coming up empty in its two regular season meetings, the Calamus-Wheatland volleyball team got a set from Cedar Valley Christian in Monday’s 1A Region 7 first-round match.

DAVENPORT — With its offense clicking, the Central DeWitt volleyball team opened its final week of the regular season with a dominant sweep of Davenport West.

GOOSE LAKE — On a night filled with big plays, it was a quick-striking Monticello football squad that came up with more of them on offense to take down Northeast in Friday’s regular season finale.