Sports

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15
Oct

Waukon volleyball team pulls off thrilling comeback triumph at Crestwood

The Waukon volleyball team posted just a single win out of five total matches this past week, but what a win it was. In a battle of teams in search of their first Northeast Iowa Conference victory of the season at Crestwood Tuesday, October 7, the Indians fought back from the brink of remaining winless by claiming the final three of five sets, 21-25, 19-25, 25-23, 25-18 and 15-7. Waukon’s winning for the week was stopped there, however, as the Tribe netters fell in all four of their matches at the Hudson Tournament Saturday, October 11 to teams from Edgewood-Colesburg, Center Point-Urbana, Hudson and Iowa Valley.

Wed
15
Oct

Kee volleyball team wins at West Central, falls at Ed-Co and at Hudson Tournament

The Kee volleyball team opened this past busy week of competition with a three-set sweep at West Central, but had its fortunes reversed in going winless the remainder of the week in five matches. The Hawks swept their West Central hosts by scores of 25-16, 25-18 and 25-22 Tuesday, October 7, but won just a single set in being tripped up at Edgewood-Colesburg Thursday, October 9 by scores of 23-25, 25-20, 22-25 and 9-25. The Kee netters were then swept in four straight matches at the Hudson Tournament Saturday, October 11, falling to the host school, as well as to Center Point-Urbana, AGWSR and Edgewood-Colesburg once again.

Wed
15
Oct

Kee football team strikes early and often in 52-18 home win over Springville


2-18 home victory over Springville Friday, October 10. Pictured above, seniors Craig Sand (at left) and Andrew Weber (#77) help create an initial hole for sophomore tailback Clay Olson (far right), with sophomore fullback Casey Carroll (#46 in center) looking to assist with the block as well. In photo at right, seniors Nick Howe (left) and David Richards (right) tussle with their Springville line opponents. The efforts of the Kee linemen on both sides of the football helped the Hawks outgain Springville by a 473-227 final result in total yardage. Photos courtesy of Kee High School Yearbook. View and find out how to purchase these photos and many more by clicking on the Photo Galleries link.

The Kee football team rebounded from its second District 4 loss of the season suffered a week earlier by establishing itself early and often on the way to a 52-18 rout of Springville at home Friday, October 10. The Hawks made a statement with a touchdown on their first offensive play of the ballgame and never looked back on the way to pounding out nearly 400 rushing yards to fuel a 473-227 advantage in total yards.
Improving to a 5-2 overall record on the season, 3-2 in district play, the Hawks will hit the road for one of the greatest challenges on their schedule when they face undefeated and top-five rated Central Elkader this Friday, October 17. The Warriors have not scored fewer than 62 points in any of their games this season, posting a pair of 94-point outings on the way to outscoring their opponents by a 520-114 margin that includes a 68-0 romp at Central City this past Friday, October 10.

Wed
15
Oct

Waukon boys cross country team runs to second place at South Winneshiek Invitational

In its only competition of the week, the Waukon boys cross country team ran to another second-place finish behind perennial power Decorah Tuesday, October 7 at the South Winneshiek Invitational. The Indians tallied 54 team points to earn those runner-up honors in the field of five scoring teams.
The Indians were scheduled to compete in the Northeast Iowa Conference Meet Tuesday, October 14 being held at Decorah this year. The Tribe will then prepare for its Class 2A State Qualifying Meet set for Thursday, October 23 at New Hampton.

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Wed
15
Oct

Waukon girls cross country team competes at South Winneshiek

The Waukon girls cross country team competed as a team in one high school race at the South Winneshiek Invitational Tuesday, October 7, finishing seventh in the seven-team field. The Indians had nine high school runners competing in the race, but were without the services of their consistent number-five scoring runner, sophomore Katelynn Griffith, in totaling 168 team points.
The Indians were scheduled to compete in the Northeast Iowa Conference Meet Tuesday, October 14 being hosted by Decorah this year. The Tribe will then take part in its Class 2A State Qualifying Meet that has been scheduled for Thursday, October 23.

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Wed
15
Oct

Waukon football team battles top-10 rated New Hampton to 26-12 home defeat


Waukon football junior receiver Wyatt Wille secures this catch for an Indian first down despite the efforts of his New Hampton defender in the Tribe’s 26-12 home loss to the top-10 rated Chickasaws Friday, October 10. Wille hauled in several key first down catches in the ballgame on his way to a team-high 80 yards and a touchdown on five receptions. View and find out how to purchase this photo and more by clicking on the Photo Galleries link.

The Waukon football team played host to the second of two fellow Class 2A District 3 opponents ranked within this season’s top 10 in that class, when eighth-rated New Hampton came to town Friday, October 10. Having learned and grown through some tough adversity since hosting District 3’s other top-10 rated team, a 40-14 Homecoming loss to North Fayette Valley, the Indians put up a strong fight against the yet district-undefeated Chickasaws, remaining within a one-touchdown margin at the end of each of the game’s first three quarters before finally surrendering a 26-12 defeat.

Wed
08
Oct

Waukon football team grinds out, picks its way through 44-14 triumph at Waterloo Columbus

In a battle of teams each looking for their first Class 2A District 3 win of the season Friday, October 3, the Waukon football team left its Waterloo Columbus hosts still winless on the season. In a reversal of what has played out in prior games, the football Indians racked up more than double the yards it gained on the ground than through the air, also taking advantage of five interceptions to help post a 44-14 victory over the host Sailors.
Improving to a 2-4 overall record and a 1-2 mark in District 3 play, the Indians will return home this Friday, October 10 to host top-10 rated New Hampton. The Chickasaws sport a 5-1 overall record, that lone loss coming to Class 1A top-five rated South Winneshiek, 18-7, in non-district play several weeks ago. New Hampton comes off a 42-14 home win over Oelwein this past Friday, October 3.

Wed
08
Oct

Kee football team comes up just short, 58-54, in district offensive shoot-out at West Central

The Kee football team found itself in an offensive slugfest during its District 4 battle at West Central of Maynard Friday, October 3, combining with the host Blue Devils to rack up 880 yards and light up the scoreboard with 112 points. Each team scored eight touchdowns, with West Central making good on five two-point conversions while Kee converted just three of those two-point tries for the final scoreboard difference, but it was one last Blue Devil scoring drive followed by a staunch defensive stand that delivered the knock-out punch for the 58-54 Kee loss. With a 4-2 overall record, 2-2 in district play, the Hawks will return home to host Springville this Friday, October 10. The Orioles hold a 2-4 overall record that includes a mark of 1-3 in Eight-Player District 4, that lone district win for Springville coming this past Friday, October 3 at home over Central City by a 48-20 final result.

Wed
08
Oct

Kee volleyball team falls at home to taller Clayton Ridge in three straight sets


Kee volleyball senior Sadie Hill fires away from the service line in the Hawks’ three-set home loss to Clayton Ridge Thursday, October 2. Hill converted all eight of her serve attempts in the match for one ace and also added three kills and one assist to the Hawk effort. 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.

In its only competition of the week, the Kee volleyball team hosted a “battle of the birds” Thursday, October 2 when the Clayton Ridge Eagles flew into Lansing for an Upper Iowa Conference match-up. A formidable Eagle front line that featured a pair of 5’11” seniors and a 6’3” sophomore proved to weigh heavily in Kee being swept in three straight sets by scores of 12-25, 15-25 and 20-25.

Wed
08
Oct

Waukon boys cross country team places third at Crestwood Invitational

The Waukon boys cross country team competed in cold, windy conditions in a rare Saturday meet at Cresco this past weekend. The Indians were without the services of sophomore Austin Day and ran to a third-place finish with 101 team points behind a strong pack performance from meet champion Charles City. Sophomore Tyler O’Neill was a top-10 finisher for the Indians, placing eighth in the 64-runner field in a time of 18:33.30. The Indians’ varsity team score was wrapped up in a remaining pack effort of four runners who finished within five places and just 12 seconds of one another. The Indians were scheduled to compete at the South Winneshiek Invitational Tuesday, October 7 before preparing for the Northeast Iowa Conference Meet Tuesday, October 14 being held at Decorah this year. The Tribe will then prepare for its Class 2A State Qualifying Meet set for Thursday, October 23.

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