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Playing on their home lanes for a final time, it only seemed fitting that it would be a pair of seniors leading the way for the Central DeWitt girls bowling team Friday night.

WHEATLAND — The gymnasium was raining three-pointers, but it was the Calamus-Wheatland boys basketball team’s success inside that paid off Tuesday night.

Thousands of high school football players across the country made their college choices official Wednesday during National Signing Day. One of them was Central DeWitt senior Logan Paulsen. Flanked by his parents, Jeff and Carrie, Paulsen signed with Northern State University, an NCAA Divisio…

MONTICELLO — With two of Class 2A’s top defenses locking horns, points were at a premium during the Northeast boys basketball team’s visit to Monticello Tuesday.

TIPTON — It did not take long for the Northeast wrestling team to crown its first-ever River Valley Conference champion: Tyler Schoon won a 132-pound title at the league’s very first meet in 2014.

MANCHESTER — Consistently one of the toughest wrestling conferences in the state, the WaMaC gave the Central DeWitt wrestling team one final challenge before the Sabers depart for the MAC this fall.

DAVENPORT — The field might not have been large in the Class 1A portion of Saturday’s Lancer Invitational, but it sure featured plenty of bowling talent.

CAMANCHE — Another strong start helped the Northeast girls basketball team complete a division sweep of Camanche Friday night.

DURANT — After both teams’ offenses reigned in the first half, the Northeast boys basketball team took over after halftime in Saturday’s makeup game with Durant.

WHEATLAND — Just eight days after their overtime meeting in Bellevue, the Calamus-Wheatland and Marquette Catholic boys basketball teams were at it again.

MARION — One dose of last-second magic was already more than the Central DeWitt boys basketball team wanted to experience.

INDEPENDENCE — With conference and postseason meets fast approaching, the Central DeWitt bowling teams continued their roll Tuesday.

ANAMOSA — Playing its second game in as many days, the Northeast boys basketball team’s defense stayed red hot during Tuesday’s trip to Anamosa.

ANAMOSA — The first meeting led to a winning streak, so the Northeast girls basketball team is hoping that Tuesday’s second meeting with Anamosa produces even bigger things.

CLINTON — With 22 teams from three different states and over 240 wrestlers in action — including 35 boasting state rankings — the Bob Lueders Invitational can feel daunting.

GOOSE LAKE — Whether it was with offense Thursday or defense Monday, the Northeast boys basketball team had the right kind of performances to take down some Comets.

BELLEVUE — It started as a game of runs and ended as a free throw contest, but what mattered most to the Calamus-Wheatland boys basketball team was the result.

WYOMING — With the conference tournament coming this weekend and the 1A sectional meet the next, the Northeast wrestling team showed it was ready with a number of strong performances at Saturday’s John Byers Invitational.

BETTENDORF — It will take some time for Central DeWitt’s sports programs to get acclimated with some new surroundings when they join the MAC this fall.

With a visit from last year’s third-place state finisher in Class 2A, the Central DeWitt boys bowling team picked the right time to produce their best score of the season.

Visiting Solon might have controlled the three-point line, but it had no answer for the Central DeWitt girls basketball team’s play inside of it during Tuesday’s WaMaC East clash.

CLINTON — The points did not always come easy, but with the way the Calamus-Wheatland boys basketball team was playing on defense, they did not have to.

GOOSE LAKE — After being held under 40 points in each of its previous two games, the Northeast girls basketball team was not about to suffer a similar fate during Thursday’s River Valley North contest with North Cedar.

GOOSE LAKE — Wrestling on their home mat for a final time, Northeast seniors Ty Schmidt, Cody Ploog and Peyton McLane led the way for the Rebels during a River Valley Conference double dual Thursday.

MANCHESTER — It took some time, but once the Central DeWitt boys basketball team found its groove on offense in the second quarter of Thursday’s division visit to West Delaware, it proved to be bad news for the Hawks.

The three-point shot came and went, but with the success that the Central DeWitt boys basketball team was finding inside during Tuesday’s rivalry matchup with Maquoketa, it was not entirely needed.

In a battle of strength against strength, it was the Central DeWitt girls basketball team’s ferocious defense that won out against visiting Maquoketa’s high-powered offense Tuesday.

WHEATLAND — It took just a little over a quarter to erase the result of a slow first half, but the Calamus-Wheatland boys basketball team did not get to enjoy its lead for long.

GOOSE LAKE — With two of Class 2A’s top defenses squaring off, the points came at a premium in the first half of Tuesday’s River Valley North meeting between the Northeast and Cascade boys basketball teams.

BETTENDORF — Already with two duals against fellow WaMaC squads under their belts, the Central DeWitt boys and girls bowling teams stepped out of conference action Tuesday to take on a future conference foe.

CAMANCHE — The Northeast wrestling team kicked off the 2020 portion of its schedule with a busy night of dual action Thursday.

GOOSE LAKE — The three-point shot was working for the Northeast boys basketball team in the second half of Tuesday’s River Valley North contest with Monticello.

Central DeWitt senior Hannah Payne made her college choice official Tuesday, signing to compete with the Hawkeye Community College cross country and track and field teams. Payne recently competed in 10 varsity meets for the Sabers girls cross country team and ran the best two times of her ca…

CENTER POINT — A cold shooting night — especially from deep — chilled the Central DeWitt boys basketball team’s momentum Tuesday night.

WYOMING — It had been nine years since the Calamus-Wheatland girls basketball team last had a defensive performance like the one the Warriors had in their homecoming victory over Starmont.