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Wed
24
Sep

Kee football team caps off Homecoming Week with 52-0 domination of Central City


Kee football sophomore tailback Clay Olson makes his way through the Central City defense in the Hawks’ 52-0 Homecoming domination of the Wildcats Friday, September 19. Olson led the Hawk offense with 114 yards on 11 carries, scoring two rushing touchdowns while also adding 32 more yards and a two-point conversion on two pass receptions. Photo courtesy of Kee High School Yearbook. View and find out how to purchase this photo and many more by clicking on the Photo Galleries link.

The Kee football team made it the happiest of Homecomings Friday, September 19 with a 52-0 domination of Central City. The Hawks, literally, ran away with the contest, amassing 281 yards and all six of their touchdowns on the ground to outgain the visiting Wildcats by a 313-73 final count in total yardage, Central City managing just 50 rushing yards in the ballgame.

The Hawks will remain home this week, playing host to Cedar Valley Christian this Friday, September 26. Cedar Valley Christian holds a 1-3 record on the season and comes off a 94-7 loss to Central Elkader this past Friday, September 19.

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Wed
24
Sep

Kee volleyball team wins five-set thriller over Central Elkader, goes 2-2 at Waukon Tourney


Kee volleyball senior Molly Walleser swings away at this attack in the Hawks’ five-set win at home over Central Elkader Tuesday, September 16. Walleser knocked down six kills in the match and also dug up four saves for the Hawks. Photo courtesy of Kee High School Yearbook. View and find out how to purchase this photo and many more by clicking on the Photo Galleries link.

The Kee volleyball team scored its first Upper Iowa Conference victory of the season before posting an even record at the Waukon Tournament this past week. The Hawk netters secured a five-set triumph at home over Central Elkader Tuesday, September 16 before winning two of four matches to finish in sixth place at the 12-team Waukon Tournament Saturday, September 20.
Holding a 6-7 overall record, 1-2 in Upper Iowa Conference (UIC) play, the Hawks were scheduled to host both MFL/MarMac and Postville Tuesday and Thursday, September 23 and 25, respectively, this week and will then have a week to prepare for another home UIC date with Clayton Ridge Thursday, October 2.

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Wed
17
Sep

Kee volleyball team falls to South Winn, wins one of three at Kepros Tournament in Cresco

The Kee volleyball team worked its way through a full late-week schedule to win one of its four matches played this past week. The Hawks fell in their lone dual match of the week in three straight sets at Class 2A South Winneshiek, 17-25, 16-25 and 13-25, Thursday, September 11 before posting a match win over Class 5A Waterloo West but falling to Class 3A New Hampton and Class 2A Lisbon to finish in a fifth-place tie at the annual Kepros Tournament hosted by Crestwood High School in Cresco Saturday, September 13.
Holding a 3-5 overall record, 0-2 yet in Upper Iowa Conference (UIC) play, the Hawks were scheduled to resume UIC play Tuesday, September 16 at home against Central Elkader before playing in the Waukon Tournament this Saturday, September 20. Kee will then host both MFL/MarMac and Postville Tuesday and Thursday, September 23 and 25, respectively.

Wed
17
Sep

Waukon girls cross country team finishes 11th at NFV Invitational

The Waukon girls cross country team was only able to participate in half of its scheduled meets this past week, the Indians having the Tuesday, September 9 Waverly-Shell Rock Invitational postponed to Thursday, September 11 due to stormy weather and opting not to compete in that rescheduled affair due to also having the North Fayette Valley Invitational scheduled for just two days later, Saturday, September 13. At that North Fayette Valley meet, the Lady Indians placed 11th out of 13 scoring teams, tallying 260 points.

The Indians were scheduled to compete at the Starmont Invitational Tuesday, September 16 and then will have a week to prepare to host their own Waukon Invitational Tuesday, September 23.

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Wed
17
Sep

Kee football falls at top-10 Turkey Valley

The Kee football team got its District 4 schedule underway Friday, September 12 at the home of Eight-Player newcomer Turkey Valley, a Class A State Play-Off qualifier last season. The host Trojans have carried over some of that play-off experience and momentum into an undefeated early start and top-10 ranking so far this season, continuing that early streak with a 46-0 defeat of the Hawks.

After two consecutive games on the road, the Hawks will return home this Friday, September 19 for their annual Homecoming game. Kee will host the Central City Wildcats, a team off to a 1-2 start that suffered back-to-back losses of 58-0 and 62-0 to HLV-Victor and Janesville, respectively, to start the season, but posted its first win of the season this past Friday with a 58-36 victory over Cedar Valley Christian.

Wed
17
Sep

Kee cross country team runs in pair of meets


Kee boys cross country sophomore Evan Whalen led the Hawk effort at the North Fayette Valley Invitational Saturday, September 13. Whalen recorded a personal-best time of 21:47 to finish 74th at the meet. Photo courtesy of Kee High School Yearbook.

The Kee cross country team competed in a pair of meets this past week, posting varsity team scores at each event. The Hawks finished eighth at the Clayton Ridge Invitational Tuesday, September 9 before placing 13th as a team at the North Fayette Valley Invitational Saturday, September 13.
The Hawks were scheduled to compete in the Starmont Invitational Tuesday, September 16 before taking part in the Central Elkader Invitational Thursday, September 18. Kee is then scheduled to run at the Waukon Invitational the following Tuesday, September 23.

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Wed
17
Sep

Waukon football team picks up season’s first win, 40-16 over Crestwood


Waukon football senior Adam Benzing battles this Crestwood defender for a good gain in the Indians’ 40-16 win at home over the Cadets Friday, September 12. Benzing scored a pair of touchdowns on four pass receptions for 51 yards and also carried the ball twice for 24 yards to aid the Indian effort in the win. To view and purchase this photo and many others from the game, click on the Photo Galleries link.

The Waukon football team played its most balanced game of the season, an effort that resulted in the Indians’ first victory of their 2014 campaign, 40-16, over Class 3A Crestwood at home Friday, September 12. Amassing a fairly consistent 195 yards through the air once again, this time the gridiron Tribe complemented that air attack with a nearly equal 182 yards on the ground to more than double-up the visiting Cadets in total yards, 377-158, as well as on the scoreboard.
The Indians are scheduled to open Class 2A District 3 play at a recently familiar foe from the last two play-off postseasons, Dyersville Beckman, this Friday, September 19. The Blazers are off to a 2-1 start this season, including a 14-0 loss to Western Dubuque in Week 2 and wins of 42-0 and 30-0 over Maquoketa and Oelwein, that win over Oelwein coming this past Friday.

Wed
17
Sep

Waukon volleyball team splits dual pair, wins one of three at Kepros Tourney


Waukon volleyball sophomore Regan Wasson smacks this kill past a Decorah block attempt in the Indians’ four-set loss at home to the Vikings Tuesday, September 9. Wasson led the Indians with four solo blocks and four ace serves in converting all 17 of her serve attempts, in addition to swatting three kills in the match. View and find out how to purchase this photo and many more by clicking on the Photo Galleries link.

The Waukon volleyball team faced a much busier schedule this past week, starting the week with back-to-back dual meets before competing in a weekend tournament. The Indians split those two dual dates, sweeping MFL/MarMac in straight sets on the road, 25-17, 25-10 and 25-16, Monday, September 8 before falling at home to Decorah Tuesday, September 9 in four sets by scores of 22-25, 6-25, 25-19 and 22-25. The Tribe then won just one out of three matches it played at the annual Kepros Tournament hosted by Crestwood High School in Cresco Saturday, September 13 to currently hold a 7-5 overall match record, including a 0-1 start to its Northeast Iowa Conference season.
The Indians will next prepare to host their own home invitational tournament this Saturday, September 20 before returning to dual match play Tuesday, September 23 against Oelwein.

Wed
10
Sep

Waukon volleyball team sweeps Postville in season’s first dual

The Waukon volleyball team started its dual match season off in sweeping fashion Tuesday, September 2, taking all three sets from the host Pirates in a non-conference match at Postville. The Indians swept through the Pirates by scores of 25-14, 25-11 and 25-16.

The Indians were scheduled to play in back-to-back matches to begin this week, Monday, September 8 at MFL/MarMac and Tuesday, September 9 at home against Decorah, before playing in the Crestwood Tournament this Saturday, September 13. The Tribe will then host its own home invitational tournament September 20.

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Wed
10
Sep

Waukon boys cross country team runs to fourth-place finish behind top-five ranked trio at Oelwein

The Waukon boys cross country team got its 2014 season off to a promising start, placing fourth out of 19 teams at the Oelwein Invitational Tuesday, September 2. The Indians tallied 152 team points to finish just beyond the pace-setting trio of three top-five ranked teams, Class 3A fourth-rated Center Point Urbana and second-rated Decorah, and Class 1A second-rated Denver.

TEAM SCORES
Center Point Urbana 51; Decorah 57; Denver 90; WAUKON 152; Western Dubuque 196; Dike-New Hartford 218; Waverly-Shell Rock 227; Waterloo Columbus 258; West Delaware 262; Don Bosco 272; Jesup 293; Dunkerton 307; Union 309; Edgewood-Colesburg 341; Dyersville Beckman 360; Waterloo East 392; Oelwein 411; Sumner-Fredericksburg 469; Janesville 544

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