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2016 WINTER SPORTS PREVIEW

Featuring the teams from Osage, Riceville and St. Ansgar Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2016 — Volume 151, Number 47


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OSAGE BOYS BASKETBALL

Osage has pieces in place for another strong season JEREMY KOENIGS

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‌OSAGE — Last season was one to remember for the Osage boys basketball team. The Green Devils finished 13-3 in the Top of Iowa Conference East Division and a strong postseason run ended with a trip to the state tournament in Class 2A for Mike Brahn’s squad. Gone from that 20-5 team are top scorers Caleb Bushbaum and Collin Havel, but the Green Devils do return letterwinners Drew Olson, Lucas Schwamman, Nate Bushbaum, Ben Grimm, Garrett Maakestad, Ben Huftalin, Nick Chambers and Kraig Heckstein. “We have some spots to fill in our lineup but return a lot of experienced players we have confidence in,” Brahn said. Olson is Osage’s top returning scorer as the junior averaged 11.5 points per game. He also had 100 rebounds, 90 assists, 60 steals and blocked 17 shots for the Green Devils. Meanwhile, Bushbaum connected on 32 3-point goals last season while scoring 151 points. He also had 40 rebounds, 38 steals and 30 assists. Schwamman scored 171 points and grabbed 105 rebounds while Grimm scored 113 points and grabbed 86 rebounds while Maakestad had 57 rebounds, 57 assists and 41 steals for the Green

CHRYSTAL BERCHE, THE PRESS-NEWS‌

The Osage High School Boys Varsity Basketball Team. (front row, from left) Nick Chambers, Noah Krabbe, Nathan Bushbaum, Garrett Maakestad, Ben Huftalin and Nick Hoppel. (front row) Drew Olson, Colin Klapperich, Lucas Schwamman, Ben Grimm, Dylan Aschenbrenner, Kraig Heckstein, Brett Bobinet and Jacob Wihlm. Devils. While Brahn has plenty of pieces to build around, he knows just how tough the TIC is and he hopes his team can improve on its defense after allowing 47.8

points per game last season. “The Top of Iowa Conference will be competitive every night out,” Brahn said. “Our defense will again be key to our success.”

“We have some spots to fill in our lineup but return a lot of experienced players we have confidence in.” Mike Brahn, Head Coach

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OSAGE GIRLS BASKETBALL

Osage girls looking for return trip to state JEREMY KOENIGS

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‌OSAGE — Following a 21-4 season that resulted in a trip to the Class 3A state tournament at Wells Fargo Arena in Des Moines, expectations “We return are once again some talented, high for the experienced girls Osage girls basketball from our state team this season. tournament “We return team. We expect some talented, expeto compete for rienced girls a conference from our state title and make a to u r n a m e n t team,” Osage deep run in the coach Chad postseason.” Erickson said. “We expect to Chad Erickson, Head compete for a Coach conference title and make a deep run in the postseason.” Leading the list of returning players are Gabby Schwarting and Brenna Jacobs. Schwarting averaged 7.7 points per game while connecting on 38 3-point goals. She also recorded 54 rebounds, 29 steals and 20 assists as a sophomore. Meanwhile, Jacobs averaged 7.4 points, collected 136 rebounds, 60 assists, 45 steals and blocked 23 shots for the Green Devils. Osage also returns sophomores Tatum Midlang and Rylie Olson – who combined

CHRYSTAL BERCHE, THE PRESS-NEWS‌

The Osage High School Girls Varsity Basketball Team (front row, form left) Kaitlyn Baer, Rylie Olson, Jacy Hovde, Sarah Jenkins and Gabby Schwarting. (back row) Sophie Muller, Sydney Midlang, Jenna Plotzke, Autumn O’Malley, Brenna Jacobs and Madi Johnson. Hovde and sophomores Jenna Plotzke for 212 rebounds, 207 points, 65 steals, 27 grabbed 57 rebounds. assists and 25 blocked shots – and junior Seniors Autumn O’Malley and Sarah and Kaitlyn Baer also return for the Green Madi Johnson, who scored 61 points and Jenkins, juniors Sophie Muller and Jacy Devils.

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OSAGE WRESTLING

Osage hoping to maintain success JEREMY KOENIGS

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OSAGE — Despite youth, the Osage ‌ wrestling team hopes to continue its success on the mat this season after the Green Devils won the Top of Iowa Conference meet and placed 18th at the Class 2A state meet last season. “We are very young and will have some growing pains early,” Osage “We are very coach Brent young and Jennings said. “We hope to will have some learn throughgrowing pains out the year and early. We hope to excel late in the learn throughout season.” While the the year and Green Devils will be young excel late in the with five upseason.” p e rc l a s s m e n among 11 reBrent Jennings, Head turning letterCoach winners, those upperclassmen have experience in big matches. Brock Jennings, who is expected to wrestle at 170 pounds, is a 3-time state qualifier while classmates Caleb Ring is a 2-time state qualifier and Derek Fox also qualified for state in his prep career. “We have three very good seniors who have a lot of varsity experience and know how to win,” coach Jennings said. Brock Jennings took home a fourthplace finish at 152 pounds last season for the Green Devils at the state tournament, working his way through the consolation

CHRYSTAL BERCHE, THE PRESS-NEWS‌

The Osage High School Varsity Wrestling Team (from row, from left) Chloe Krebsbach, Mitchell Schotanus, Shelby Blake, Joey Jacobs and Lucas Weigle. (back row) Derek Fox, Bailey Young, Brody Roll, Caleb Ring and Brock Jennings. Not pictured—Cole Mullenbach. bracket after falling to New Hampton’s Ryan Gorman 3-1 in the opening round. Jennings finished with a 45-9 record. Meanwhile, Ring went 41-8 last season as he opened with a pin at the state tour-

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nament at 220 pounds for the Green Devils. Ring dropped his next two matches, 5-2 to Hunter Gibson of ADM (Adel) in the quarterfinals and 8-5 to Travis McMillan of Oelwein in the consolation bracket.

Fox missed out on the state tournament last season after finishing with a 1-2 record at 126 pounds as a sophomore at the state tournament. He’s expected to wrestle at 138 this season for the Green Devils.


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RICEVILLE BOYS BASKETBALL

Riceville to rely on returning players ‌RICEVILLE — The Riceville boys basketball team won six games last season with a relatively young roster. With six of its top eight scorers returning, the Wildcats hope to improve following a fourth-place finish in the Iowa Star Conference North Division. “We will not be very deep, but should have experience and talent to take the next step and build upon last year if we can continue to improve and create a culture of excellence,” Riceville coach Bryce Conway said. Juniors Grant Shedenhelm and John Miller combined for 415 points and 54 3-point goals last season, giving the Wildcats a nice 1-2 returning scoring punch. Shedenhelm added 100 rebounds, 52 steals and 16 assists while Miller had 57 rebounds, 28 steals and 21 assists. Junior Spencer Kuhn also figures to have a key role for Riceville after recording 118 points, 121 rebounds, 13 steals, 10 assists

“We will not be very deep, but should have experience and talent to take the next step and build upon last year if we can continue to improve and create a culture of excellence.” Bryce Conway, Head Coach

and seven blocked shots as a sophomore. Riceville also returns seniors Tylar Christensen, Matt Green and Ben Swancutt, who combined to score 232 points, grab 201 rebounds, dish out 67 assists and record 68 steals. Conway also expects contributions from juniors Hunter Geerts, Cole Hale, Tyrese Simmons and Brandon Kilbourn.

JIM CROSS, THE PRESS-NEWS‌

The Riceville High School Boys Varsity Basketball team. (front row, from left) Grant Shedenhelm, John Miller, Cole Hale, Ryan Larsen, Sully Fair, Kaleb Asfahl and Dylan Orth. (back row) Matthew Green, Spencer Kuhn, Tylar Christensen, Brody Koenigs, Brandon Kilbourn, Derrick Dunn, Tanner Swenson, Ben Swancutt, Tyreese Simmons, Hunter Geerts and Mikal Percival.

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RICEVILLE GIRLS BASKETBALL

Ring, Harken return to lead Riceville ‌R ICEVILLE — The Riceville girls basketball team fared well in its first season in the Iowa Star Conference last year, tying for third place in the North Division with an 11-7 conference record as the Wildcats finished 11-11 overall. Despite losing its top two scorers to graduation, the Wildcats return senior Sierra Ring and junior Sarah Harken, who combined for 287 points last season. “Even though our “Even though our numbers are a little down, we have quality numbers are a little kids that are ready to down, we have step up to this season’s challenges,” said head quality kids that coach Barb Gesell. “We are ready to step want to bring energy to every practice and up to this season’s game.” challenges,” said Ring averaged 7.2 head coach Barb points per game while adding 88 rebounds, 49 Gesell. “We want to steals, 19 assists and 10 bring energy to every blocked shots for the practice and game.” Wildcats while Harken averaged 5.9 points Barb Gesell, per game with 126 reHead Coach bounds, 34 steals and 28 assists. Riceville also returns seniors Samantha Miller, Brooke Hobson and Ashley Hobson, who combined for 27 points, 70 rebounds, 16 steals and six assists while sophomore Julia Klaes also is a returning letterwinner. Coach Barb Gesell also expects Aby Adams and Savannah Sullivan to contribute for the Wildcats this JIM CROSS, THE PRESS-NEWS‌ season and possibly Allie Bigley and Kaelea Lewis. The Riceville High School Girls Varsity Basketball team (back row, from left) Kaelea Lewis, Samantha Miller, Ashley Hobson, “We are FAMILY and will use that strength to accomAby Adams and Sarah Harken. (front row) Brooke Hobson, Sierra Ring, Savannah Sullivan and Julia Klaes. plish great things and make it a fun season,” said Gesell. Not pictured: Allie Bigley​

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RICEVILLE WRESTLING

Throndson, Morische back to lead Riceville RICEVILLE — The Riceville ‌ wrestling team was unable to fill out its lineup last season but the Wildcats were still able to maintain success on the mat with nine total wrestlers in the program. The Wildcats had six wrestlers compete in a Class 1A sectional meet with Chance Throndson (120) and Andrew Morische (132) advancing “Our seniors to the district meet. will play a “We return a solid huge roll in core of their team’s kids from success this last, so our main year,” said goal for the Oulman. next three weeks is “They have putting the tools those kids at comnecessary petitive to lead by weights and hopeexample in by the the room and fully first meet out on the we can hit the ground mat.” running,” Che Oulman, Head said Head Coach coach Che Oulman. Morische dropped his semifinal match at the district meet while Throndson continued his successful season, advancing to the

JIM CROSS, THE PRESS-NEWS‌

The Riceville High School Varsity Wrestling team. (front row, from left) Ty Brown, Andrew Morische, Adrian Kaskie, Keaton Shane, Chance Throndson, Austin Ptacek and Chad Eastman. (back row) Coach Che Oulman, Joseph Harris, Lee Fox, Seth Fox, Joey Gansen, Cole Byrnes and Coach Tyrone Oulman. Class 1A state tournament. Throndson, who finished 412, went 4-1 at the Class 1A state tournament at Wells Fargo Arena in Des Moines. He was denied a shot at a state title in the semifi-

nals as Brady Kyner of Southeast Warren/Melcher-Dallas pinned Throndson in 3 minutes, 39 seconds. However, Throndson rebounded with a pair of wins to

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ST. ANSGAR BOYS BASKETBALL

Senior duo set to lead St. Ansgar

‌S T. ANSGAR — The St. Ansgar boys basketball team lost four of the top six scorers and four of its top seven rebounders from last season. However, the Saints will look to improve following a 9-13 overall record and 6-10 mark in the Top of Iowa Conference East Division with returning seniors Ben Boerjan and Cole Willert leading the way. Boerjan was second on the team last season, averaging 12.5 points per game while connecting on 41 3-pointers for the Saints. He added 125 rebounds, 48 assists, 33 steals and 27 blocked shots. Meanwhile, Willert averaged eight points per game and connected on 25 3-point goals while adding 82 rebounds, 76 assists and 38 steals. The Saints also return Ryan Petersen, who scored 68 points, collected 75 rebounds and had 18 steals and John Patterson, who recorded 25 points, 11 rebounds, nine assists and four steals. Jared Mayer and Justin Okland also return as letterJIM CROSS , THE PRESS-NEWS‌ winners while Dylan Gooder The St. Ansgar Boys Varsity Basketball team. (front row, from left) Ben Boerjan, Jared Mayer, Justin Okland, Cole Willert, Konner Hemann, Jack and Brady Jahr are also exMendoza and John Patterson. (middle row) Brady Pannhoff, Jarrett Woods and Bryton Lowe. (back row) Nicholas Bork, Collin Kramer, Ryan Petersen, pected to see playing time. Dylan Gooder, Tony Williams and Ethan Kirchgatter. “We have a lot of depth and experience coming back this “We have a lot of depth and experience coming back this year.” year,” St. Ansgar coach Jason Squier said. Jason Squier, Head Coach

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ST. ANSGAR GIRLS BASKETBALL

Young St. Ansgar squad looking to improve JEREMY KOENIGS

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ST. ANSGAR — Despite having a ‌ young team this season, St. Ansgar girls basketball coach Brian Birkedal has an optimistic outlook as his team looks to improve from last year’s 12-10 overall record. “We are “We are very very young this year,” young this year, Birkedal but the group of said, “but girls is excited and the group of girls is they want to work excited and they hard to improve want to throughout the work hard season.” to improve t h ro u g hBrian Birkedal, Head Coach out the season.” The Saints return two letterwinners in junior forward Elizabeth Jenkins and sophomore guard Jadyn Anderson. Jenkins averaged 9.5 points per game while shooting 44.7 percent from the field last season. She also grabbed 190 rebounds while blocking 88 shots and also had 30 steals and 15 assists for the Saints. Meanwhile, Anderson averaged 5.9 points per game and knocked down 11 3-point goals as a freshman. She also had 31 rebounds, 30 steals, 26 assists and five blocked shots for St. Ansgar. Fellow sophomores Molly Jenkins and Sam Hemann saw limited varsity action for the Saints last season, combining for 10 points, six rebounds, an assist and a

JIM CROSS, THE PRESS-NEWS‌

The St. Ansgar High School Girls Varsity Basketball team (front row, from left) Lauryn Low, Sam Hemann, Jadyn Anderson, Shelby Heimer, Hannah Patterson and Addy Carlson. (back row) Lily Vasquez, Sarika Rademacher, Tanyon Schutjer, Noelle Steele, Elizabeth Jenkins, Madeline Brumm and Molly Jenkins. Brumm, Noelle Steele and sophomores Rademacher and Tanyton Schutjer as steal. Birkedal also lists juniors Madeline Addy Carlson, Lauryn Low, Sarika players who will contribute this season.

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ST. ANSGAR WRESTLING

JIM CROSS, THE PRESS-NEWS‌

The St. Ansgar Varsity Wrestling team. (front row, from left) John May, Kraig Heman, Gabe Walk, Mark Williams, Breckon Beringrude, Brody Bruce, Devon Steele, and Preston Isler. (middle row) Devon Hackenmiller, Shaw Hulshizer, Hunter Evons, Dillon Hanna, Dayton Smith, Tanner Evons, Clay Pierce, Sam Juenger and Conner Springer. (back row) Theo Baldus, Blake Adams, Jacob Heman, Mitchell Smith and Bryan Schmidt. Not Pictured—Noah Bishop.

St. Ansgar returns four 25-win wrestlers JEREMY KOENIGS

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‌ST. ANSGAR — With 11 returning letterwinners back from a team that finished 17-17 in duals last season, St. Ansgar wrestling coach Barry Kittleson is optimistic about his team this season. “I think we could have a very

good year if we stay healthy,” Kittleson said. The Saints return four wrestlers who recorded more than 25 victories last season, led by sophomore Deven Steele. Steele went 32-9 last season for the Saints, advancing to the district meet at 120 pounds

while Brody Bruce also had a 30- “I think we could have a very good year if we win season, finishing 30-17 after stay healthy.” falling to Central Springs’ Jacob Mathers in a wrestleback at 132 Barry Kittleson, Head Coach pounds in the sectional meet. Meanwhile, Dayton Smith also Hackenmiller went 26-22 for the had 19 wins while Jacob Hemann, advanced to the district meet at Saints at 113 pounds. Clay Pierce, Mitchell Smith, 152 pounds for the Saints and finAlso for the Saints, Blake Ad- Dylan Hanna and Gabe Walk ished with a 29-20 record. Devan ams had 21 wins, Garrett Koster combined for 43 wins.

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SPORTS SCHEDULES Dunkerton. 23 – at Don Bosco. 24 – at CAL. 28 – at GMG. 30 – at St. Ansgar. FEBRUARY 3 – vs. Cedar Falls Valley Lutheran.

2016-17 Mitchell County winter prep sports schedules BOYS BASKETBALL OSAGE

ST. ANSGAR

NOVEMBER 29 – vs. Newman Catholic. DECEMBER 2 – at Central Springs. 3 – at Garner-Hayfield-Ventura. 6 – at St. Ansgar. 13 – at North Butler. 16 – vs. Nashua-Plainfield. 20 – at West Fork. JANUARY 3 – vs. Rockford. 6 – at Northwood-Kensett. 7 – vs. BelmondKlemme. 9 – vs. Hampton-Dumont. 10 – at Newman Catholic. 13 – vs. Central Springs. 17 – vs. St. Ansgar. 21 – at Charles City. 24 – vs. North Butler. 26 – at Forest City. 27 – at Nashua-Plainfield. 31 – vs. West Fork. FEBRUARY 3 – at Rockford. 7 – vs. Northwood-Kensett.

NOVEMBER 29 – vs. Central Springs. DECEMBER 6 – vs. Osage. 9 – at North Butler. 10 – vs. Charles City. 12 – at Nashua-Plainfield. 16 – vs. West Fork. 17 – at North Union. 20 – at Rockford. JANUARY 3 – vs. Northwood-Kensett. 6 – at Newman Catholic. 10 – at Central Springs. 16 – at CAL. 17 – at Osage. 20 – vs. North Butler. 24 – vs. Nashua-Plainfield. 27 – at West Fork. 30 – vs. Riceville. 31 – vs. Rockford. FEBRUARY 3 – at Northwood-Kensett. 4 – vs. North Iowa. 7 – vs. Newman Catholic.

RICEVILLE NOVEMBER 29 – at Clarksville. DECEMBER 2 – vs. Janesville. 3 – at Colo-NESCO. 6 – vs. CAL. 9 – at Cedar Falls Valley Lutheran. 13 – vs. Northwood-Kensett. 16 – vs. Dunkerton. 20 – vs. Waterloo Christian. 22 – at Nashua-Plainfield. JANUARY 6 – at Tripoli. 7 – vs. Meskwaki Settlement. 10 – vs. Clarksville. 13 – vs. North Tama. 17 – at Janesville. 19 – at Dunkerton. 23 – at Don Bosco. 24 – at CAL. 28 – at GMG. 30 – at St. Ansgar. FEBRUARY 3 – vs. Cedar Falls Valley Lutheran. 10 – vs. Tripoli.

ST. ANSGAR NOVEMBER 29 – vs. Central Springs. DECEMBER 6 – vs. Osage. 9 – at North Butler. 10 – vs. Charles City. 12 – at Nashua-Plainfield. 16 – vs. West Fork. 17 – at North Union. 20 – at Rockford. JANUARY 3 – vs. Northwood-Kensett. 6 – at Newman Catholic. 10 – at Central Springs. 16 – at CAL. 17 – at Osage. 20 – vs. North Butler. 24 – vs. Nashua-Plainfield. 27 – at West Fork. 30 – vs. Riceville. 31 – vs. Rockford. FEBRUARY 3 – at Northwood-Kensett. 4 – vs. North Iowa. 7 – vs. Newman Catholic.

GIRLS BASKETBALL OSAGE NOVEMBER 22 – at Garner-Hayfield-Ventura. 29 – vs. Newman Catholic.

DECEMBER 2 – at Central Springs. 6 – at St. Ansgar. 13 – at North Butler. 16 – vs. Nashua-Plainfield. 17 – vs. Mabel-Canton (Minnesota) at Luther College. 20 – at West Fork. JANUARY 3 – vs. Rockford. 6 – at Northwood-Kensett. 9 – vs. HamptonDumont. 10 – at Newman Catholic. 13 – vs. Central Springs. 17 – vs. St. Ansgar. 21 – at Charles City. 24 – vs. North Butler. 26 – at Forest City. 27 – at Nashua-Plainfield. 31 – vs. West Fork. FEBRUARY 3 – at Rockford. 7 – vs. Northwood-Kensett.

RICEVILLE NOVEMBER 22 – vs. Tripoli. 29 – at Clarksville. DECEMBER 2 – vs. Janesville. 3 – at Colo-NESCO. 6 – vs. CAL. 9 – at Cedar Falls Valley Lutheran. 13 – vs. Northwood-Kensett. 16 – vs. Dunkerton. 20 – vs. Waterloo Christian. 22 – at Nashua-Plainfield. JANUARY 3 – vs. Central Elkader. 6 – at Tripoli. 7 – vs. Meskwaki Settlement. 10 – vs. Clarksville. 13 – vs. North Tama. 17 – at Janesville. 19 – at

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WRESTLING OSAGE DECEMBER 1 – vs. Central Springs, Lake Mills and Rockford. 3 – at Independence tournament. 6 – at Crestwood. 8 – at Newman Catholic triangular vs. Newman Catholic and St. Ansgar. 10 – at South Winneshiek tournament. 13 – vs. Don Bosco. 16-17 – at Battle of Waterloo tournament. JANUARY 5 – West Fork quadrangular vs. Clarksville, Nashua-Plainfield and West Fork. 7 – at Winterset tournament. 12 – at North Butler quadrangular vs. Garner-Hayfield-Ventura, North Butler and Northwood-Kensett. 14 – Osage duals. 19 – at New Hampton

quadrangular vs. Clear Lake, Decorah and New Hampton. 20 – vs. Waverly-Shell Rock. 21 – at Charles City. 28 – Top of Iowa Conference meet in Forest City.

RICEVILLE DECEMBER 1 – vs. Clayton Ridge, South Winneshiek and Waukon. 3 – at Jesup tournament. 8 – at Rockford quadrangular vs. North Butler, Rockford and West Fork. 10 – at Central Springs tournament. 17 – at Roland-Story tournament. JANUARY 5 – at West Hancock triangular vs. Forest City and West Hancock. 7 – at PCM (Monroe) tournament. 12 – at Nashua-Plainfield quadrangular vs. Nashua-Plainfield, Rockford and St. Ansgar. 14 – at AGWSR tournament. 17 – at West Fork triangular vs. Clarksville and West Fork. 21 – Riceville tournament. 26 – at Postville quadrangular vs. Edgewood-Colesburg, Postville and South Winneshiek.

ST. ANSGAR DECEMBER 1 – vs. Northwood-Kensett and West Fork. 8 – at Newman Catholic triangular vs. Newman Catholic and Osage. 10 – at South Winneshiek tournament. 17 – at Dike-New Hartford tournament. JANUARY 3 – at Forest City triangular vs. Forest City and Nashua-Plainfield. 5 – at Central Springs triangular vs. Central Springs and North Butler. 7 – at Forest City tournament. 12 – at Nashua-Plainfield quadrangular vs. Nashua-Plainfield, Riceville and Rockford. 14 – at Perry tournament. 17 – vs. Blooming Prairie (Minnesota) and Grand Meadow (Minnesota). 19 – at Rockford quadrangular vs. Algona, Lake Mills and Rockford. 21 – at Waverly-Shell Rock tournament. 24 – at Clarksville. 28 – Top of Iowa Conference meet in Forest City.

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