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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.
It might not be quite as established as dressing up for Halloween or looking for deals on Black Friday, but the Calamus-Wheatland cross country team is well on its way to creating its own fall tradition.
GOOSE LAKE — The Northeast football team had no trouble getting visiting Camanche into third-down situations during Friday’s district contest between the two Clinton County rivals.
BURLINGTON — An unfamiliar course and a talented field proved to be a difficult combination for the Central DeWitt boys golf team to overcome as it vied for a spot in the 4A state golf tournament Tuesday.
MONTICELLO — The victories came in bunches for the Central DeWitt volleyball team as part of a championship effort at Saturday’s Monticello Invitational.
DAVENPORT — Not all of the sets were going to be as dominant as the first one, but the Central DeWitt volleyball team showed it could be just as good when things were tighter during Tuesday’s Mississippi Athletic Conference visit to Davenport North.
CASCADE — After battling a fellow top-ranked runner at her last race, Calamus-Wheatland freshman Noelle Steines had to make due with chasing the pace vehicle at Thursday’s Cascade Invitational.
DAVENPORT — After coming close just a day earlier, the Central DeWitt boys golf team earned its first MAC victory of the fall, shooting its low nine-hole score of the season to take down Davenport North, 168-186.
ELKADER — Limited to single touchdowns in two of its first three contests, the Calamus-Wheatland football team’s offense broke out in a big way during Friday’s road contest with Central Elkader.
MONTICELLO — Fresh off her second title in as many races, Calamus-Wheatland freshman Noelle Steines climbed to the top of the 1A girls cross country rankings put out by the Iowa Association of Track Coaches.
CLINTON — After having their first opportunities to hit the course cancelled by the heat, nothing was going to stop the Central DeWitt and Northeast cross country teams from making their season debuts at Tuesday’s Schoolhouse Open.