The West Delaware boys scored exactly 3,000 as the Hawks bowled past Central DeWitt (2,867) at their home Lightning Lanes, Jan. 11.
On a night when Derek Krogmann became the all-time leading scorer in West Delaware boys basketball history, the biggest shot of the night belonged to sophomore Kyle Kelley.
It’s a familiar script. The West Delaware wrestling team toys with a pair of WaMaC teams during the week and takes care of business at a weekend tournament while wrestling top-level competition.
Maquoketa Valley overcame a balky first quarter to defeat a determined Ed-Co team, 63-24, in a Tri-Rivers Conference girls basketball contest at Edgewood, Jan. 10. The Wildcats won their sixth in a row and improved to 12-2 on the year, while the Vikings, fresh off a win over Starmont, droppe…
Edgewood-Colesburg grabbed a pair of Tri-Rivers Conference basketball wins at Starmont, Jan. 8, with the girls winning for the second time this season in a wire-to-wire 43-34 win and the boys picking up a fast-paced 83-66 victory.
When the Maquoketa Valley boys basketball team traveled to Springville Jan. 8, both squads were looking to gain some crucial breathing room as they continued to tread water in the middle of the Tri-Rivers Conference standings.
Maquoketa Valley improved its most recent win streak to five straight with a Jan. 8 road win over its Tri-Rivers Conference rival, Springville in girls basketball action. Sam Wall’s 29 points paced the Wildcats as they outscored the Orioles, 35-18, in the first half en route to a 55-41 victory.
Maquoketa Valley’s wrestling team collected two more dual team victories when it hosted Midland and Central City for a double dual meet at Delhi Jan. 10. Tim Harmon earned a third-place finish at the 2019 Cascade Invitational held at Cascade Jan. 12.
A four-team meet at Central Elkader went unanimously to the Edgewood-Colesburg wrestling Vikings Jan. 8. They stopped Clayton Ridge, 48-24; River Ridge/Cassville, Wis., 45-18; Central City, 48-12; and the home team, 42-15.
West Delaware’s Ian Tibbott closed out his junior bowling campaign last year with a single game average of 203. In a year’s time, Tibbott has elevated that average to an impressive 223.2 through 10 games – placing him sixth overall in the IHSAA Class 2A individual rankings.
West Delaware girls basketball coach Rod Conrad gave his team one challenge before they took the court at Solon Jan. 4. “I told them not to let Solon outwork us so much as one possession tonight.”
The West Delaware girls bowling squad kicked off its 2019 play in grand fashion, improving to 6-0 overall with a pair of wins over Waterloo Columbus and Denver in a Jan. 4 triangular held at the Denver Athletic Complex.
After opening the post-holiday portion of the season with a 75-6 win over Maquoketa and a 75-0 whitewashing of Marion, Jan. 3, at Marion, the West Delaware Hawks battled to a strong second-place finish in the Jerry Eckenrod Invitational at Benton Community, Jan. 5.
Edgewood-Colesburg dropped a competitive 49-38 girls basketball game to Central Elkader in Colesburg, Jan. 3, to open the new year before going back to the Tri-Rivers grind and falling, 59-24, at Alburnett the following evening.
Maquoketa Valley’s girls hoops team had the luxury of opening the 2019 portion of its season against a (then) 1-9 Starmont team. The Jan. 4 matchup was hosted by the Stars, but even that advantage did them no good against the all-state talent of Sam Wall and her ever-focused Wildcat compadres.
Edgewood-Colesburg used a 20-2 second-quarter blitz to run Central Elkader off the floor, 72-34, in a non-conference boys basketball contest in Colesburg, Jan. 3. The Vikings improved to 7-4 to start the 2019 portion of the season, while an out-manned Central crew fell to 1-10.
Coming back to the mats after Christmas break, the Edgewood-Colesburg wrestlers met Alburnett, Elkader and Maquoketa Valley at Delhi Jan. 3, and dropped two of the matches.
Area students from the Moser School of Dance and Gymnastic recently competed and placed well in the USTA Power Tumbling meet held in Marshalltown Dec. 9. There were 18 teams entered with around 400 athletes competing throughout the day.
The West Delaware girls basketball team dropped to 1-8 as the Hawks head into holiday break after a 63-20 loss at Marion Dec. 21 and a 71-49 loss at Maquoketa Dec. 18.
West Delaware was at the top of the Iowa Wrestling Coaches and Officials Association’s first dual team wrestling rankings last week, and lived up to that billing with a 67-6 pounding of Decorah, at Decorah, Dec. 20.
Derek Krogmann and Kyle Kelley each scored 23 points as the West Delaware Hawks defeated the Marion Indians, 70-62, at Seedorff Gymnasium Dec. 21. The win came three nights after the Hawks suffered their first loss of the season, a 40-35 loss to Maquoketa.
Don’t look now, but the Wildcat boys basketball team has already reached a milestone its 2017-18 predecessor couldn’t — the elusive sixth win. A young Maquoketa Valley (6-2) squad that came in with a lot of uncertainties has already exceeded expectations thanks to the emergence of previously…
Central City’s 6’6 Nick Reid came to Edgewood averaging 34 points per game. The state’s leading scorer put up an impressive 40, 30 in the second half, against Edgewood-Colesburg, but the Vikings made enough plays down the stretch to down Reid and the Wildcats, 76-68, in an entertaining Tri-R…
Senior guard Madison Tritle scored 25 points, as Central City broke open a game that was tight for a quarter, to pull away to a 57-38 win over Edgewood-Colesburg, Dec. 21, in Edgewood.
The 32-team Battle of Waterloo is considered by many to be the premier high school dual wrestling tournament in Iowa, if not the midwest. If you want to be in the hunt for the team title in this event, you’d better bring a pretty salty crew to the Cedar Valley.
The West Delaware boys bowling team lost its first head-to-head match-up of the season in a road match-up at Berry’s Lanes in Vinton, Dec. 14. There, the Hawks fell to Vinton-Shellsburg (1-1) by a final tally of 2,856-2,765.
Home court advantage couldn’t overcome poor offensive performances in the first quarter as the West Delaware girls basketball team dropped a 49-36 game to South Tama Dec. 14 and lost to Beckman, 47-20, Dec. 11.