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September 29, 2014
Red and blue royalty
Collin Nimrod and Teeya Hovden are the 2014 Decorah High School homecoming king and queen. For more homecoming coverage, see Tuesday's Public Opinion. (Decorah Newspapers photo by Lissa Blake)

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  • Despite taking an early lead, the Decorah freshman football team (4-1) fell at home to Waverly-Shell Rock 27-22 Friday night.  
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  • The Decorah sophomore football team (1-4) had early momentum but was unable to maintain throughout the entire game and fell short to Waverly-Shell Rock 12-27 Thursday night in Waverly.  
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  • On the quest to remain undefeated, the Class 1A No. 3 South Winn football team (5-0, 2-0) took care of Sumner-Fred (3-2, 1-2) Friday night on the road, winning 44-0. 
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  • No. 9 Go-Hawks trip up Decorah 24-3
    For the first time since 2010, the Decorah football team (3-2, 1-1) suffered a loss to the Go-Hawks, falling to Class 3A No. 9 Waverly-Shell Rock (4-1, 2-1) 24-3 Friday night on homecoming. 
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  • Tojans win homecoming 60-22
    It was a happy homecoming indeed for Trojan fans as the eight man No. 9 Turkey Valley football team (5-0, 3-0) defeated Springville (1-4, 0-3) 60-22 Friday night at home. 
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  • Perfect sweep; Vikings claim four titles at Waukon; Warriors show improvement
    It was a beautiful day for a run as several Northeast Iowa teams took to the course at Waukon Tuesday night. 
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  • Decorah native and current Simpson College men’s soccer player Mitchell White scored two goals in the second half Sunday to become the program’s career leader in goals scored as Simpson’s beat Wisconsin-Whitewater 3-1. 
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  • Decorah native Bruce Kinseth was recently honored by being inducted into the University of Iowa National Iowa Varsity Club Athletics Hall of Fame. 
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  • Reicks takes gold for Trojans
    Getting another race under their belts, the Turkey Valley cross country teams competed at Nashua-Plainfield Tuesday night. 
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  • Viking spikers back on target with win
    The Decorah volleyball team (4-7, 2-1 NEIC) is back on the right track, having defeated New Hampton (11-10, 1-2 NEIC) 3-0 Tuesday night in the first home match of the year. 
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  • Richard Nielsen of Calmar is the winner of week two in the Pigskin Picks contest.  
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  • Eight different Vikings scored Thursday night as the freshmen football team (4-0) defeated Epworth 57-22 at home. 
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  • The Decorah sophomore football team (1-3) once again struggled to find a constant offense and fell toWestern Dubuque 26-3 Friday night at Epworth.  
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  • Leeps 1-yard score gives Decorah 13-7 win
    Using a big fourth quarter drive, the Decorah football team (3-1, 1-0) scored a touchdown with under a minute remaining in the game to defeat Epworth Western Dubuque (2-2, 1-0) 13-7 Friday night on the road.  
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  • Toppling No. 1; No. 3 SW over No. 1 NH 18-7
    It was a battle of the best in the state Friday night when the Class 1A No. 3 South Winn football team (4-0, 1-0) traveled to New Hampton to take on the Class 2A No. 1 Chickasaws (3-1, 1-0). 
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