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Wed
05
Feb

Warrior boys prevail over Blue Devils

Jaron Todd goes up for a shot attempt during a recent South Winn contest. In the team’s win over the West Central Blue Devils on Tuesday, Todd had eight boards, three assists and three steals. (Zakary Kriener photo)

 

Warrior boys prevail over Blue Devils

 

Zakary Kriener

News Writer
zkriener@fayettepublishing.com

 

 

The South Winneshiek boys’ basketball team notched another win on Tuesday, Jan. 28, as the team downed West Central 57-38 in an Upper Iowa Conference matchup.

“Our guys did a great job of being consistent for four quarters and winning every quarters,” said coach Blake Moen after the victory. “We did a great job of forcing tough shots and rebounding on defense. We passed much better in the second half, which led to more points and good shots taken by our guys.”

Wed
05
Feb

SW girls fall to West Central

Junior Mary Frana aims up a jump shot during recent Warrior basketball action. South Winn fell to West Central on Tuesday night in Maynard. (Zakary Kriener photo)

 

SW girls fall to West Central

 

Zakary Kriener

News Writer
zkriener@fayettepublishing.com

 

 

The South Winn girls dropped their only contest of the week as they fell to West Central, 47-23.

“We did not execute and lacked hustle in almost all four quarters,” said Kayla Ross, head coach, after the contest. “None of our shots were falling and our defense was not as strong as it usually is. I am disappointed in our lack of effort and hope the girls learn from this loss.”

The Blue Devils grabbed the lead early and kept the pressure on throughout as the Warriors committed 14 turnovers and were out-rebounded, 41-32.

Wed
05
Feb

TigerHawk girls add to UIC win total

TigerHawk girls add to UIC win total

 

Zakary Kriener

News Writer
zkriener@fayettepublishing.com

 

 

The TigerHawk girls’ basketball team split a pair of contests last week as they downed UIC foe Postville on Tuesday, Feb. 28, before falling to a talented New Hampton squad on Thursday.

Postville

The NFV girls opened the week with a dominating, 73-20, win over Postville in a home conference contest.

The TigerHawks jumped on the Pirates early, taking a 24-6 advantage into the second quarter. NFV continued to apply the pressure, growing its lead to 45-10 at the half.

In the second half of the game, NFV was able to reach deep into its bench as a total of 12 players saw action throughout the game.

Wed
05
Feb

TigerHawk bowlers compete at Columbus

TigerHawk bowlers compete at Columbus

 

Zakary Kriener

News Writer
zkriener@fayettepublishing.com

 

 

The TigerHawk boys’ and girls’ bowling squads were in competition Friday at Cadillac Lanes as they competed against Columbus Catholic.

The NFV boys fell by a final of 2,459-2,217, but were led by a trio of bowlers to hit the 300 mark.

Mason Brown-Gonnerman led the way with a 161-202-363, while Kelton Loomis (199-155-354) and James Baumler (158-181-339) also had strong performances.

Wed
05
Feb

TigerHawk boys go 1-2 as season end approaches

Senior Brennan Imoehl drives the baseline during recent NFV boys’ basketball action. Last week, Imoehl posted a season-high 26 points against Postville. (Zakary Kriener photo)

 

TigerHawk boys go 1-2 as season end approaches

 

Zakary Kriener

News Writer
zkriener@fayettepublishing.com

 

 

The TigerHawk boys had a tough week on the court as the team went 1-2, including a pair of Upper Iowa Conference losses to Postville and Kee. NFV did, however, pick up a 10-point win over New Hampton on the road.

Postville

The TH boys tipped off the week Tuesday, Jab. 28, with a 5-47 loss to the Pirates of Postville. The contest included a hot start by NFV, which led 10-4 after a quarter and trailed by only a point at the half.

The third quarter proved to be the difference in the game as the Pirates won the eight minutes by a 16-9 margin.

Leading the way for North Fayette Valley was Brennan Imoehl who posted a season-high 26 points. He, along with junior Kole Johnson, also grabbed six rebounds in the loss.

Wed
05
Feb

NFV wrestlers win UIC title

The 2020 Upper Iowa Conference Wrestling Tournament was won by North Fayette Valley, which scored235.5 points throughout the tournament and crowned six individual champions. Members of the wrestling program include (front, l-r) cheerleaders Lindsey Richards (coach), Mackenzie Becthold, Dylan Frieden, Brianne Roys, Kailee Ginger, Allison Garlow, Ashlyn Phillips; (second row) Jacob Pedersen (coach), Levi Lauer, Alex Streif, Kale Rodgers, Joel Grimes, Nick Koch, Chase Cooley, Doug DeMuth (coach), Robbie Kerr (coach), Aaron Grimes (coach); (third row) Jackson Blue, Colton Schupbach, Israel Hernandez, Derek Berger, Jesse Grimes, Braeden Ellis, Brendan Wander, Tanner Guyer; (back) Nathan Jensen, Dillion Sparrgrove, Dylan Durnan, Isaiah Corbin, Abby Boehm, and Val Boleyn.

 

NFV wrestlers win UIC title

 

Zakary Kriener

News Writer
zkriener@fayettepublishing.com

 

North Fayette Valley hosted the 2020 Upper Iowa Conference Wrestling Tournament on Saturday and thanks to a powerful performance, was crowned the 2020 champion of the conference.

“We definitely wrestled up to our potential,” said Jacob Pedersen, head coach, following the strong performance that included a nearly 55-point spread between the TigerHawks and second place MFL/MarMac. “We got every match to go our way throughout the day. That usually doesn’t happen; there are usually a dozen or so matches that you wish you could have back.”

The NFV performance included a total of six conference champions, including Nick Koch (106), Levi Lauer (132), Joel Grimes (128), Alex Streif (152), Kale Rodgers (170), and Chase Cooley (182).

While NFV finished with a significant lead over the Bulldogs, Pedersen knew that his team would need to have a stellar day to earn the school’s first UIC trophy since 2015.

Wed
29
Jan

Warrior boys split UIC games

South Winn junior Ethan Luzum attempts to lay in a basket in traffic during last week’s game against North Fayette Valley. In a tough week, the Warriors suffered three losses, but added a win against Clayton Ridge on Senior Night (Friday). (Zakary Kriener photo)

 

Warrior boys split UIC games

 

Zakary Kriener

News Writer
zkriener@fayettepublishing.com

 

It was a busy week for the South Winn boys’ basketball team as the team competed in four games, going 1-3 and falling to 10-6 on the season. The Warriors dropped games against North Fayette Valley, Sumner-Fredericksburg (non-conference), and Cascade (non-conference) while beating Clayton Ridge on Senior Night.

North Fayette Valley

The Warriors tipped off the week Tuesday, Jan. 21, against a NFV team that was fully healthy for the first time this season.

“I give NFV a lot of credit, they came out and played good fefense and hit some big shots,” said coach Blake Moen after a 60-48 loss. “We struggled in this game both hitting shots and playing interior defense and NFV took advantage of that.”

Wed
29
Jan

SW girls down Clayton Ridge on Senior Night

Freshman post Morgan Kleve boxes out an NFV opponent during last week’s action for the girls’ basketball team. Kleve and the Warriors picked up a win on Friday night against Clayton Ridge on Senior Night. (Zakary Kriener photo)

 

SW girls down Clayton Ridge on Senior Night

 

Zakary Kriener

News Writer
zkriener@fayettepublishing.com

 

 

The South Winneshiek girls basketball team added win number two of the season last week, knocking off Clayton Ridge on Senior Night in Calmar. Facing a pair of tough area teams, the Warriors also dropped games to North Fayette Valley and to Sumner-Fredericksburg.

NFV

The Warriors began the week with a Tuesday night (Jan. 21) matchup against the TigerHawks of North Fayette Valley.

NFV got out to a fast start, leading 11-0, but South Winn was able to get on a small run to cut the lead to 11-5.

Throughout the remainder of the game, the lady TigerHawks were able to get hot and went on to down the Warriors, 66-22.

“NFV out-hustled us on many occasions during this game,” said coach Kayla Ross after the loss. “Defensively, we were not helping each other out as much as we should have been and could not defend their three-point shots.”

Sophomore Janessa Zweibahmer led the Warriors with 10 points, while senior Liz Tieskoetter had a team-high six rebounds.

Wed
29
Jan

Wrestlers go 3-3 in duals, 3rd at Alburnett Tourney

Warrior 160/170-pounder Logan Einck takes down his opponent with a nice double-leg during last week’s wrestling action. In a stellar week, Hageman went 9-1 with his only loss coming to a 7-6 decision in the finals at the Alburnett Invite on Saturday. In his wins, Logan earned six wins via fall. (Marie Conway photo)

 

Wrestlers go 3-3 in duals, 3rd at Alburnett Tourney

 

 

Starmont Duals

SW 54, Post. 12

106- Double forfeit; 113- SW forfeit; 120- Maldonado won 8-6 dec. over Rankin; 126- Bullerman won 6-2 dec. over Marroquin; 132- Adam won by forfeit; 138- Quandahl WBF over Perez; 145- S. Conway WBF over Avitan; 152- Greve WBF over Salgado; 160- Hageman WBF over Schroeder; 170- Taylor won by forfeit; 182- Double forfeit; 195- Bodensteiner LBF to Gutierrez; 220- Meyer WBF over Steffans; 285- Timp won by forfeit.

SW 23, N-P 45

106- SW forfeit; 113- SW forfeit; 120- Maldonado won 15-0 TF over Wilken; 126- Bullerman LBF to Nelson; 132- Adam LBF to Hackman; 138- Quandahl lost 9-5 dec. to Munn; 145- S. Conway WBF over Lentz; 152- Greve lost 8-4 dec. to Foelske; 160- Hageman won 9-4 dec. over Brunner; 170- Taylor lost 10-8 dec. to Downing; 182- SW forfeit; 195- SW forfeit; 220- Meyer won 11-4 dec. over Asche; 285- Timp WBF over Peterson.

Wed
29
Jan

NFV girls' bowlers win second straight

NFV girls' bowlers win second straight

 

Zakary Kriener

News Writer
zkriener@fayettepublishing.com

 

 

The North Fayette Valley bowlers hit the lanes Friday afternoon at Panther Lanes in Tripoli as the TigerHawks and Denver Cyclones did battle.

The NFV girls picked up the wins over Denver as Emily Guyer bowled a 177-196-373 to lead the team. Hailey Wurzer (160-167-327) and Erika Woodson (121-180-301) also scored over 300 for the TH girls.

Other competing bowlers included Shelby Holden (107-91-198), Breanna Baumler (99-96-195), and Sierra Kemp (74-93-167)

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