CALAMUS — It took just one inning for the Calamus-Wheatland baseball team to face an uphill climb during the first game of Monday’s Tri-Rivers East doubleheader with Midland.
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CALAMUS — The scoreboard operator got quite a workout in the opening game of Monday’s doubleheader between the Calamus-Wheatland and Midland softball teams.
GOOSE LAKE — The first game certainly did not go as planned, but the Northeast softball team showed its resolve in the nightcap of Wednesday’s non-conference showdown with North Scott.
CALAMUS — Its early lead did not hold up in the opener, so the Calamus-Wheatland decided to give its first-inning run in the nightcap of Tuesday’s doubleheader with Maquoketa Valley some company.
TAMA — Playing in the middle of another busy stretch of doubleheaders, the Central DeWitt softball made sure to make quick work of hosting South Tama Wednesday.
CALAMUS — The lead was not an easy thing to hold onto during Wednesday’s Observer-area clash between the Calamus-Wheatland and Northeast baseball teams.
CEDAR FALLS — In recent years, you have been able to find an Observer-area high jumper on the awards stand at the Dickinson Relays, one of the state’s largest indoor track and field meets.
It proved to be a memorable return to the 1A state bowling meet for the Central DeWitt girls bowling team. Back at state for the first time since 2014, the Sabers put four bowlers in the top 12 and bowled the day’s second-highest Baker score to claim second-place at the meet with a final tal…
With the high school wrestling season wrapping up, it is time for some younger matmen to make their own impact. Sabertooth Wrestling Club members (back, from left) Greyson Grell, Kamdyn Kraklio, Alex Almanza and Blake Kent are set to take the mat this weekend (Feb. 29-March 1) at Wells Fargo…
MONTICELLO — The two defenses reigned during the two regular season meetings, so it seemed rather fitting that Thursday night’s postseason matchup between the Northeast and Monticello boys basketball teams would be a low-scoring contest as well.
It took a little longer than the previous night, but the Central DeWitt boys basketball team still had one big run in them during Tuesday’s regular season finale with West Delaware.
Playing for the first time in six days, the Central DeWitt boys basketball did not show any rust during a visit from South Tama Friday.
CLARENCE — In a contest dominated by short burst of points, it was the one extended run that turned out to be the difference in Monday’s non-conference game between the Calamus-Wheatland and North Cedar boys basketball teams.