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May 29, 2015
Local grads
Some of the Winneshiek County residents who graduated from Luther College last Sunday included from left, front row: Danielle Uhlenhake, Lawler; and Marlon Henriquez, Lauren Nelson and Chloe Meyer of Decorah; middle row: Leah Broderick, Lindsey Bohr, both of Decorah; third row: Allison Kephart, Sarah Brandt, Elly Arend, Aaron Kvale, Martin Stalberger, John Werner, Eli Kosterboer, all of Decorah; and back row, Paul Vanney, Decorah. (Decorah Newspapers photo by Rick Fromm)

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  • Decorah has been seeded No. 2 and will take on LeMars in the semifinal round of the Class 1A boys team tennis tournament Tuesday, June 2, in Des Moines. 
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  • DHS girls tie best-ever showing at state track
    Second place is the best finish the Decorah girls have experienced. The last time the Vikings placed second was in 1986 – in Class 2A. With hopes of surpassing that goal, the Decorah girls’ track team stepped onto the Drake Stadium blue oval and showed the state what it is made of – notching its best team finish yet in Class 3A. 
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  • Izer grabs 1600m gold
    There were some exciting finishes and Turkey Valley athletes at last weekend’s State Track Meet in Des Moines. 
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  • Decorah netters advance to state; seeking fourth team title
    For the second year in a row, Decorah topped Dubuque Wahlert to win the substate title and advance to the Class 1A state tournament. 
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  • Warrior boys score three at State
    Fourteen South Winn entries appeared last weekend at Drake Stadium in Des Moines for the State Track and Field Meet. 
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  • Viking boys compete on blue oval
    Despite being shut out of the points race, the Decorah boys track team competed well in its pair of field events and trio of relays. 
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  • DHS golfers will play at state
    After missing a trip to the state tournament last year by just one heartbreaking stroke, the Decorah boys golf team is headed back to the big show. 
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  • The Decorah girls soccer team lost a 4-1 match to highly regarded Waverly last Friday, but bounced back to wallop West Delaware 6-1 Tuesday. 
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  • Through the years, Turkey Valley senior Tom Reicks showed steady improvement, averaging 57 strokes over nine holes as a freshman, averaged 52 as a sophomore, and 47 as a junior. As a senior, the golfer continued to practice and lowered his average to 41. 
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  • South Winn boys make history qualify for 2A state golf meet
    Junior Logan Schweinefus fired a great round of 70 to earn medalist honors and help the South Winneshiek Warriors win the Class 2A district title Friday at Fox Ridge Golf Course in Dike. 
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  • Although the final score may not reflect it, the Decorah girls tennis team lost a close, hard-fought battle with rival Waverly-Shell Rock, 0-5, in the Class 3A regional finals Saturday at Luther College. 
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  • Tuesday’s regional golf meet started with a two-hour rain delay for the Decorah girls golf team and ended with the Vikings finishing third, five strokes from qualifying for state. The regional was at the Waverly Golf and Country Club. 
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  • Luther College junior catcher Carli Radil and senior outfielder Hiliary Pennington were named to the 2015 National Fastpitch Coaches Association (NFCA) Division III All-American softball team. 
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  • Foley selected for leadership conference
    Luther College assistant women’s basketball coach David Foley has been selected to participate in the second annual United States Marine Corps 2015 WBCA Coaches Leadership Workshop in Quantico, Va. 
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  • Lucky seven; Vikes claim NEIC championship
    It was seven-times nice for the Viking six Monday afternoon as the Decorah boys golf team claimed the Northeast Iowa Conference title for the seventh year in a row. 
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