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Tue
13
Feb

Pony Hollow Trail fundraiser reaches goal with help from local businesses


FreedomBank contributed $4,000 toward the Pony Hollow Trail extension project. Pictured are Jennifer Cowsert, Ean Popenhagen, Caty Phillips, Nick Moser, Larry Stone, Dave Asche, Michael Higgins, Kenny Slocum, Jenna Pollock, Daryl Landsgard, Kathy Mueller, Abbey Harkrader, Krista Fischer, Rachel Franks, Sandy Walter, Sydney Moser, Clarissa DeShaw, Julie Dahling, Jennifer Liddiard, Paula Ehrhardt, Sara Hertrampf and Dana Burns. (Photo by Willis Patenaude)

Central State Bank and CJ Moyna & Sons teamed up to contribute $8,000 toward the Pony Hollow Trail extension project. Among those who participated in the check presentation were Central State Bank representatives Michael Erickson, Pete Purman, Brandon Friedlein, Kaitlyn Vickerman, Kandi Deshaw, Kayleigh White and Mark Groom, along with Elkader City Administrator Jennifer Cowsert, conservation board representatives Larry Stone, Dave Asche, Daryl Landsgard, Molly Scherf, Kenny Slocum, Nick Moser, Ean Popenhagen and Jenna Pollock and Justin Augustyn and Cody Dreyer representing Moyna's.

By Willis Patenaude, Times-Register

 

Tue
13
Feb

Monona reviewing whether another public works employee is in budget

By Audrey Posten, Times-Register

 

Tue
13
Feb

Five MFL MarMac football players taking talents to the next level


Five MFL MarMac football players are taking their talents to the next level. Last week, Bryce Diehl (left) and Carver Blietz-Bentien signed letters of intent to play football at the University of Wisconsin-Platteville, Wyatt Powell at Upper Iowa University and Kade McElwaine and Brandon Christofferson at Wartburg College. The players are pictured with MFL MarMac coaches Dan Anderson, Jake Wilke and Ryan Pomerening. (Photo by Audrey Posten)

By Audrey Posten, Times-Register

 

Tue
13
Feb

Mathis, McGeough returning to state wrestling tournament


Senior Holden Mathis pinned his way to the first place match at districts, where he won by decision over Jesup’s Dawson Bell to take the top spot at 138 pounds. (Photos by Audrey Posten)

This makes back to back state wrestling appearances for Mathis, who placed last year as a junior.

After losing in the finals, 165-pound junior Quinn McGeough won in a wrestle back to place second and advance to state for the second time.

McGeough also felt confident heading into districts, despite suffering a shoulder injury a week ago. “I knew I still had what it takes, even if I was a little bit in pain. I knew making it to state was a lot more important than the little bit of pain you’re going to feel for a couple minutes on the mat,” he said.

By Audrey Posten, Times-Register

 

Tue
13
Feb

Central loses last regular season game


Jake Hertrampf contests a shot in Central’s regular season finale against MFL MarMac. (Photos by Audrey Posten)

Henry Reimer puts up a shot versus the Bulldogs.

By Willis Patenaude, Times-Register

 

Tue
13
Feb

MFL MarMac boys enter postseason on 15-game winning streak


Junior Parker Kuehl totaled 17 points in MFL MarMac’s win over Central on Feb. 6. (Photos by Audrey Posten)

Landyn Miene defends a Warrior player in last week’s dominant Bulldog victory. MFL MarMac swiped 17 steals and blocked four shots in the game.

Bryce Diehl reaches toward the basket in MFL MarMac's dominant 87-43 performance at Central.

Carter Lightfoot races up the court in last week's regular season finale against the Warriors.

Against Central, Wyatt Powell put up 19 points with an 8-11 night.

By Audrey Posten, Times-Register

 

Tue
13
Feb

Warriors pounce on Panthers in first round of playoffs


Ashlyn Scherf drives to the basket in Central’s playoff opening win over Tripoli on Feb. 8. (Photos by Bev Hamann)

Brylee Erickson tries to evade a Tripoli defender in Central's victory.

By Willis Patenaude, Times-Register 

 

Tue
13
Feb

Bormann qualifies for state


After losing in the district finals, Central sophomore Braxton Bormann responded in the wrestle back, placing second at 126 pounds and advancing to his second straight state tournament. (Photos by Audrey Posten)

Bormann sealed second place by pinning MFL MarMac's Rylan Schroeder in the wrestle back.

Isaiah Burns lost his opening match at 157 pounds to Sumner-Fredericksburg’s Jordan Cannon.

113-pound Jamison Feickert lost both his matches at districts.

Preston Kulper wrestled at 150 pounds, dropping a 10-5 decision to Tyce Larson of Jesup in the quarterfinals, before taking a medical forfeit in consolation round one.

Four Central wrestlers competed at districts at MFL MarMac on Feb. 10, all with their eyes on qualifying for state. Sophomore Braxton Bormann came out of the day successful, placing second at 126 pounds to advance to his second straight state tournament.

 

Tue
13
Feb

Bulldogs drop regular season finale

By Audrey Posten, Times-Register

 

Wed
07
Feb

Schools benefit from convenience, cost effectiveness of AEA media services


Keystone AEA media services include books and small media kits containing items such as manipulatives, puppets, games and models. Keystone AEA also circulates occupational and physical therapy equipment, offers print, production and lamination services and gives students and educators no-cost access to digital resources. (Photo by Audrey Posten)

By Audrey Posten, Times-Register

 

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