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Tue
06
Feb

Bulldogs win Upper Iowa Conference


Brynlee Fritz dashes up the court in MFL MarMac’s 59-19 win over Clayton Ridge on Jan. 30. That, paired with a victory over South Winn later in the week, clinched the Upper Iowa Conference title for the Bulldogs. (Photos by Audrey Posten)

Hannah Bogdonovich hefts up a three-pointer in the Bulldog win over the Eagles.

Emma Driscoll defends a Clayton Ridge player. The Eagles turned the ball over 33 times in the game.

Kaitlin Picha put up seven points versus Clayton Ridge.

Samantha Ruff drives toward the basket in MFL MarMac's win over the Eagles.

By Audrey Posten, Times-Register

 

Wed
31
Jan

Elkader’s Star on the Hill returns after resident rebuilds it to honor late wife


Jack Niewoehner stands next to Elkader’s new Star on the Hill, which he re-built and erected in honor of his late wife Randa.

The new star stands next to the old wooden star, still sitting up on the hill. The tradition dates back to 1955, when the star was first erected by the Elkader Rotary Club. A cross was later added.

By Willis Patenaude, Times-Register

 

Wed
31
Jan

Keystone AEA administrator weighs in on proposed changes


Covering 22 school districts across Allamakee, Chickasaw, Clayton, Delaware, Dubuque, Fayette, Howard and Winneshiek counties, Keystone is one of nine regional AEAs that provides special education services, media and curriculum, instruction and assessment and professional development support to Iowa children, families and educators.

The AEA services highlighted in yellow are what could be cut through a proposed bill that would overhaul the AEA system.

By Audrey Posten, Times-Register

 

This is part two in a series exploring how proposed changes to Iowa’s Area Education Agencies will have a local impact.

Wed
31
Jan

Tax bill effects felt in city budget process

By Willis Patenaude, Times-Register

 

Wed
31
Jan

Berns and Medberry earn trip to state


Reese Berns is making back-to-back appearances at the girls state wrestling tournament. She qualified at 120 pounds, after placing second at regionals. (Photoa by Audrey Posten)

Three straight falls helped Mayleigh Medberry reach the 130-pound championship match at the regional qualifier. She placed second, within the top four needed to advance to state.

Brynn Meyer finished the tournament 2-2 in the 110-pound weight class.

Taylor Moser went 2-2 at 125 pounds.

Crystal Goodrich (155 pounds) wrestled hard in her two matches at the regional/state qualifying tournament in Mason City.

Kimberly Suhr competed in two matches at 135 pounds.

Central wrestlers Reese Berns and Mayleigh Medberry are headed to the Iowa Girls High School Athletic Union state wrestling tournament. Both punched their tickets with second place finishes at the Jan. 26 regional qualifier in Mason City.

 

Wed
31
Jan

Wins keep lady Bulldogs atop UIC


Emma Driscoll and the stout Bulldog defense snagged 21 steals in the win over West Central on Jan. 26. (Photos by Audrey Posten)

Against the Blue Devils, Samantha Ruff turned in 10 points, three steals and two rebounds off the bench.

Kaitlin Picha prepares to pass the ball to a teammate in the Bulldog victory over West Central.

Cora Keehner puts up a shot versus the Blue Devils.

By Audrey Posten, Times-Register

 

Wed
31
Jan

MFL MarMac extends winning streak to 11


Eli Hanson had nine points and three rebounds off the bench in MFL MarMac’s win over West Central. (Photos by Audrey Posten)

Landyn Miene denies a West Central basket in MFL MarMac's dominant victory.

Wyatt Powell lays in two of his eight points versus the Blue Devils.

Parker Kuehl's 19 points were tops on the team in the win over West Central.

Bryce Diehl defends a Blue Devil player.

Carver Blietz-Bentien knocked down 13 points and was just shy of a double-double with nine rebounds against West Central.

Carter Lightfoot searches for an open teammate in MFL MarMac's conference win over the Blue Devils.

By Audrey Posten, Times-Register

 

Wed
31
Jan

Warriors wrestle at UIC tournament


Preston Kulper wrestled his way to second place at 144 pounds at the Upper Iowa Conference Tournament. (Photos by Audrey Posten)

Braxton Bormann was the Upper Iowa Conference champion at 126 pounds.

Jonah Burns finished third at 106 pounds, after going 2-1 at the tournament.

Wrestling at 113 pounds, Jamison Feickert placed fourth.

Collin Jaster competed at 132 pounds and went 2-2 to finish fourth.

By Willis Patenaude, Times-Register

 

Wed
31
Jan

Central puts together 3-1 week


Grace Kuehl puts up a layup versus Kee. She scored seven points in the win. (Photos by Bev Hamann)

Gracie Cummer calls for the ball in Central's victory against the Pirates.

Oakley Armstrong lays in the ball for two of her seven points versus the Pirates.

Ashlyn Scherf drives past a Clayton Ridge defender in Central's conference win.

By Willis Patenaude, Times-Register

 

Wed
31
Jan

Three Bulldog wrestlers are Upper Iowa Conference champs


Senior Holden Mathis, wrestling at 138 pounds, was one of three Bulldogs who were individual Upper Iowa Conference champions. (Photos by Audrey Posten)

Senior Tristen Koehn took the top spot at 157 pounds at the Upper Iowa Conference Tournament, held Jan. 25 at South Winn.

Sophomore heavyweight Will Howes also made it to the top of the podium, after pinning two opponents.

By Audrey Posten, Times-Register

 

Three MFL MarMac wrestlers are Upper Iowa Conference champions. 

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