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Wed
08
May

Waukon boys golf team wraps up dual meet schedule with three-stroke win at home, 162-165, over Waverly-Shell Rock


Senior swings in final home meets ... The Waukon boys golf team’s trio of seniors pictured above joined fellow senior Dylan Hogan in each playing in the final home meet of their high school golf careers and helping the Indians sweep Waverly-Shell Rock at every level of play in a Tuesday, April 30 home dual. Left to right, Mason Wasson follows through on the way to joining Hogan in each carding a varsity team second-best total of 41 strokes, Cashton Lloyd tees off en route to the Waukon JV’s second-best total of 44 strokes, and Drew Weymiller sends a putt toward the hole on his way to tallying a round of 49 strokes to complete the varsity effort in the dual. View and find out how to purchase these photos and many more by clicking on the Photo Galleries link on this webpage.

Playing the final home meet of its 2024 season and what would turn out to be its only competition of this past week after a Thursday, May 2 rain-out at North Fayette Valley, the Waukon boys golf team saved its best for last, turning in its best team score of the season to post a 162-165 team victory over Waverly-Shell Rock Tuesday, April 30. Three of the four Indian scorers in the meet each edged a Go-Hawk opponent by a single stroke to provide that final scoring edge, including sophomore Dylan Stegen carding an event-best 38 strokes for meet medalist honors, just in front of Waverly-Shell Rock sophomore Preston Baumhover and his runner-up medalist tally of 39 strokes.

The Indians were next scheduled to play in their Northeast Iowa Conference Tournament at Decorah Monday, May 6 and then their Class 3A Sectional Tournament Wednesday, May 8 hosted by West Delaware High School in Manchester.

Wed
08
May

Kee girls track team claims seventh at Ed-Co Invitational, finishes as team runner-up at Upper Iowa Conference Meet

Winters repeats as 100m hurdle UIC champ, Mohn wins 400m UIC crown

The Kee girls track and field team brought its regular season schedule to a close with two final meets this past week prior to beginning its postseason pursuit. The Lady Hawks began this past week with a seventh-place team finish at the Edgewood-Colesburg Invitational Monday, April 29 before claiming its best Upper Iowa Conference (UIC) team finish in recent years with a runner-up finish at this year’s UIC Meet hosted by South Winneshiek in Calmar Thursday, May 2, where sophomore Addison Winters repeated as the 100 meter hurdles UIC Champion and senior Mallory Mohn claimed the UIC crown in the 400 meter dash.

The Kee girls were next scheduled to compete in their Class 1A State Qualifying Meet to be hosted by Edgewood-Colesburg Thursday, May 9.

Wed
08
May

Kee boys track team places sixth at the MFL/MarMac Invitational, claims seventh-place team finish at Upper Iowa Conference Meet

The Kee boys track and field team brought its regular season schedule to a close this past week, its final competition preparations before pursuit of its postseason possibilities taking place this week. The Hawks claimed a sixth-place team finish at the MFL/MarMac Invitational Monday, April 29 before finishing in seventh place at the annual Upper Iowa Conference Meet hosted by South Winneshiek in Calmar Thursday, May 2.

The Kee boys are next scheduled to compete in their Class 1A State Qualifying Meet to be hosted by Edgewood-Colesburg Thursday, May 9.

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Wed
08
May

Waukon boys track team claims pair of third-place team finishes at New Hampton Invitational and annual Northeast Iowa Conference Meet

Senior Wyatt Gulla wins 400m NEIC crown, helps 4x800 repeat as NEIC Champion

The final week of the regular season for the Waukon boys track and field team saw the Indians claim a pair of third-place finishes this past week as they now prepare for possible postseason extension. The track Tribe opened this past week with a third-place team finish at the New Hampton Invitational Monday, April 29 before doing likewise at the annual Northeast Iowa Conference Meet at Charles City Thursday, May 2, where the Indians claimed a pair of NEIC event championships, one of them by senior Wyatt Gulla in the 400 meter dash and the other being anchored by Gulla, as he joined forces with sophomore Brandon Leppert and fellow seniors Skyler Dugan and Jack O’Neill for repeat NEIC supremacy in the 4x800 relay.

The Indians are next scheduled to compete in their Class 2A State Qualifying Meet at Denver Thursday, May 9.

Wed
08
May

Waukon girls track team finishes runner-up at Ed-Co Invitational, sixth at Northeast Iowa Conference Meet

Senior Kloe Hemmersbach wins discus NEIC Championship

The Waukon girls track and field team took part in its final meets prior to the postseason this past week. The Lady Indians brought home a second-place team finish from the large Edgewood-Colesburg Invitational Monday, April 29 before ending up in sixth place at the Northeast Iowa Conference (NEIC) Meet hosted by Charles City Thursday, May 2, with senior Kloe Hemmersbach being crowned the NEIC Champion in the discus for the track Tribe’s lone league title collected on the night.

The Lady Indians are next scheduled to compete in their Class 2A State Qualifying Meet to be hosted by Denver Thursday, May 9.

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Wed
01
May

Waukon girls golf team plays in busy week of three dates


Wraps up team score ... Waukon girls golf junior Halea Corwin taps a putt toward the hole in the Indians’ 217-252 home loss to South Winneshiek Tuesday, April 23. Corwin wrapped up the Indian team scoring in the loss with her round of 66. View and find out how to purchase this photo and many more by clicking on the Photo Galleries link on this webpage.

The Waukon girls golf team played in a busy week this past week that would have been even busier if not for the postponement of a Friday, April 26 home date with Charles City and North Fayette Valley to a Monday, April 29 make-up date. The remainder of the Lady Indians’ week included a pair of multiple team competitions and one dual event, with the golf Tribe finishing third behind two larger schools at the Waverly-Shell Rock triangular Monday, April 22 before falling at home to South Winneshiek, 217-252, Tuesday, April 23 and then finishing fourth in an 18-hole tournament at Decorah Saturday, April 27.

Wed
01
May

Waukon girls track team finishes fourth at Indian Relays, claims eight event golds to win MFL/MarMac Invitational


Final time to the finish line ... Waukon girls track senior Ashlin O’Neill crosses the finish line after anchoring one of the track Tribe’s 4x800 squads to a fourth-place finish at the Indian Relays home invitational Tuesday, April 23. O’Neill was one of six Indian seniors who were recognized at the final home meet of their high school track and field careers, including Olivia Bossom, Kloe Hemmersbach, Cameron Johnson, Kaitlyn Krambeer and Mia Kurth as well. View and find out how to purchase this photo and many more by clicking on the Photo Galleries link on this webpage.

The Waukon girls track team pulled double duty this past week, competing in a pair of meets and vaulting from a middle-of-the-pack finish to a dominating team win as the week played out. The Lady Indians finished in the middle of the seven-team pack at their own Indian Relays Tuesday, April 23 before throwing, jumping and running away with the team title at the MFL/MarMac Invitational Thursday, April 25.

The Lady Indians were next scheduled to take part in the Edgewood-Colesburg Invitational Monday, April 29 before competing in the Northeast Iowa Conference Meet, which will be hosted by Charles City Thursday, May 2. They will then prepare for their Class 2A State Qualifying Meet to be hosted by Denver Thursday, May 9.

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Wed
01
May

Kee girls track team claims pair of third-place team finishes at Clayton Ridge Invitational and MFL/MarMac Invitational

The Kee girls track team competed in a pair of meets hosted by fellow Upper Iowa Conference teams this past week. Both competitions resulted in third-place team finishes for the Lady Hawks, as they finished in that bronze-medal position out of seven teams at the Clayton Ridge Invitational Tuesday, April 23 before doing likewise at the MFL/MarMac Invitational Thursday, April 25 and just missing out on a second-place team finish by merely a single point.

The Kee girls were next scheduled to compete in the Edgewood-Colesburg Invitational Monday, April 29 before competing in the Upper Iowa Conference Meet to be hosted by South Winneshiek this Thursday, May 2. They will then prepare for their Class 1A State Qualifying Meet to be hosted by Edgewood-Colesburg Thursday, May 9.

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Wed
01
May

Kee boys track team claims fourth place at Clayton Ridge Invitational

In a second consecutive week with just one meet on its schedule, the Kee boys track team traveled to Guttenberg to compete in the Clayton Ridge Invitational Thursday, April 25. Behind the lead of one each of first- and second-place finishes, as well as four third-place results, the Hawks tallied 70.5 team points to finish in fourth place, just a single point behind the host school’s third-place finish.

The Kee boys were next scheduled to compete in the MFL/MarMac Invitational Monday, April 29 before competing in the Upper Iowa Conference Meet to be hosted by South Winneshiek Thursday, May 2. They will then prepare for their Class 1A State Qualifying Meet to be hosted by Edgewood-Colesburg Thursday, May 9.

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Wed
24
Apr

Waukon girls track team pulls double-duty on same night with runner-up finish at Kee and several successful events at West Delaware Invitational

The Waukon girls track team ended up with just one night of competition this past week but was represented on that one night at two different locations. A majority of the Lady Indians’ squad competed in the Gary Bottorff Invitational hosted by Kee High School in Lansing Thursday, April 18, where they finished second in the final seven-team standings in a close battle with the host squad, while several Waukon competitors also traveled to Manchester to compete in the West Delaware Invitational that same evening as well, taking part in just four events but scoring well in three of them to finish 11th in that 14-team field.

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