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Wed
03
Dec

Good mix of veterans and newcomers results in 2014 Kee volleyball team playing to 12-17 record

The Kee volleyball team put together a 12-17 record for its 2014 campaign, tempering a dash of returning veteran leadership with a dose of young athleticism. That combination played out to a 4-5 UIC record that placed the Hawk netters in the middle of the final UIC standings, but also meshed well enough to allow the entire team to grow and peak when it mattered most, as the Hawks won their opening round of Class 1A Regional Tournament play over Central Elkader before having their season ended once again at the hands of top-10 ranked Turkey Valley in a hard-fought battle.

Wed
26
Nov

Waukon boys basketball team returns six letterwinners for 2014-2015 season

The 2014-2015 Waukon boys basketball team returns six varsity letterwinners from a 9-13 season last winter. Head coach Jed Hemann will field a nearly equal team balance of six seniors and eight juniors this season that will provide some contributions beyond just those returning varsity veterans.

Wed
26
Nov

Kee boys basketball team returns lone letterwinner for 2014-2015

The Kee boys basketball program will have a collection of 20 young men to choose from for its 2014-2015 season, but only one of those players will bring back varsity letterwinning experience from last season’s team that posted a 3-18 season record. Senior Dylon Peterson will be the lone returning varsity veteran this year, but brings with him multiple years of letterwinning experience in addition to team leadership numbers in scoring and three-point field goals while also ranking second on last year’s team in steals, blocked shots and assists on his way to receiving All-Conference Honorable Mention.

Wed
26
Nov

Kee girls basketball team opens 2014-2015 season with 61-39 win at home over Waukon

The 2014-2015 season got off to a promising start for the Kee girls basketball team, as the Hawks opened the new season with a 61-39 win at home over intra-county foe Waukon Friday, November 21. The Hawks benefited from a strong second half on both ends of the floor, using their overall height advantage to open up a rather close, 25-22 halftime advantage with an 18-6 third quarter outscoring that helped widen the gap to victory.

Wed
26
Nov

Waukon girls basketball team opens its 2014-2015 season with 61-39 loss at Kee

The Waukon girls basketball team got its 2014-2015 season underway with a not so happy homecoming debut for first-year head coach and Kee High School graduate Andy Sires. The Indians were outsized and outgunned by the host Hawks in the second half, allowing just a 25-22 halftime deficit to get away to a 61-39 loss in Lansing Friday, November 21.

Wed
19
Nov

Kee football team undefeated at home, makes State Play-Offs for sixth consecutive season

The Kee football team had its 2014 season brought to a close where half of Iowa’s high school football teams in the Eight-Player classification wished they could, meeting a majority of its team goals in the process. The Hawks played to a 6-3 regular season record that included a 5-0 mark at home and 4-3 District 4 record to earn State Play-Off qualification for the sixth consecutive season, ultimately having that play-off journey ended by second-rated and undefeated Janesville in the opening round of postseason play to finish the season with a 6-4 record.

Wed
19
Nov

Waukon 2014 boys cross country team runs to first State Meet qualification in six seasons

The 2014 Waukon boys cross country season provided a great deal of “firsts” for fourth-year head coach Tara Stein, the greatest among those being the first time she has coached a team or individual runner to State Meet qualification. After a five-year complete absence from the season grand finale held at Fort Dodge each season, Coach Stein guided both her team - with its third-place State Qualifying Meet finish - and an individual runner - sophomore Tyler O’Neill and his seventh-place State Qualifying Meet finish - to every high school cross country team’s ultimate destination.

Wed
19
Nov

Waukon volleyball team improves to 16-22 record behind senior-led team chemistry

The 2014 Waukon volleyball team showed some fairly strong improvement in its second year under head coach Peyton Lapel, nearly doubling its match win total from last fall’s 9-25-4 overall record on the way to a 16-22 mark this season. The Indians didn’t make much headway from last season’s Northeast Iowa Conference (NEIC) result, finishing in sixth place once again with a 1-6 final record, but took some further steps forward in other aspects of the season.

Wed
19
Nov

Completion of Kee 2014 cross country season brings to a close the careers of large senior group

Completion of the 2014 Kee cross country season brought with it an end to one of the largest displays of commitment the Hawk distance running program has seen in quite some time. Five seniors formed the upperclassman leadership core for this year’s team, including Keegan Ahouse, Tom Brennan, Michael Harris, Sam Hisel and Nolan Welsh, with Hisel and Welsh committing themselves to the sport for all four years of their high school career, Harris being a three-year high school competitor and Ahouse and Brennan participating in each of the last two seasons.

Wed
19
Nov

Waukon football team battles through adversity to take 3-6 season to the brink of a play-off berth

Following back-to-back seasons of State Play-Off qualification and two of the most successful seasons in program history, the 2014 Waukon football team was looking to continue that trend heading into this past fall. However, the injury bug and a formidable Class 2A District 3 schedule turned out less desirable results for this year’s gridiron gang, the Indians, instead, playing to a 3-6 overall record and a 2-4 mark that placed them fifth in the final District 3 standings.

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