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July 01, 2015
All smiles at Laura Days
Natalie Holthaus of Decorah was all smiles during the annual Laura Days celebration in Burr Oak last Saturday. (Decorah Newspapers photo by Lissa Blake) For more photos, see this week's Decorah Newspapers.



  • Buchheit twirls for SW wins
    The Lady Warrior softball team (17-9, 10-6 UIC) continued its winning ways last week over Central and two more at Saturday’s tournament in Dunkerton. 
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  • Trojans continue to put ball in play
    The Turkey Valley baseball team (3-17, 0-8 UIC) has continue to put the ball in play, but the opponents they have faced have not faltered and have made the routine plays as the postseason continues to get closer. 
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  • Lady Vikes sweep Waukon; fourth in home tourney
    It was a week of highs and lows for the Decorah softball team (7-13, 4-9 NEIC) with a sweep over Waukon, dropping a pair to Waverly-Shell Rock and finishing fourth at its own tournament. 
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  • Trojans shut out Wildcats
    The Lady Trojan softball team (9-12, 5-7 UIC) had some stiff competition last week, facing UIC forerunner Kee High at home, blanking Riceville and tough field of competitors at the Decorah softball tournament. 
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  • Decorah dominates Huskies; falls to Cadets
    Two different Decorah baseball teams showed up this week as the Vikings (12-9, 6-6 NEIC) played a tough one in Crestwood Wednesday but bounced back to dominate against Oelwein Friday. 
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  • UIC split for Warriors; Champs at Waukon Tourney
    The Warrior baseball team (22-5, 9-1 UIC) welcomed the challenge, but would have greatly preferred a slightly different outcome last week, splitting a conference twin bill with Clayton Ridge/Central at home. 
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  • Rommes leads all classes with 12 home runs
    Moving up to be ranked seventh in Class 2A, the South Winn baseball team (19-4, 8-0 UIC) claimed four more wins so far this week and sits on a nine-game win streak. 
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  • ISU football dream comes true
    South Winn defensive end and tight end, Carson Lensing recently verbally committed to playing football for Coach Paul Rhoades and his staff at Iowa State University beginning in 2016. 
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  • Monday’s matchup versus Oelwein was canceled due to lack of the number of players available for the Huskies. 
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  • Decorah Vikings look to get back on track
    It was a long bus ride home for the Decorah baseball team Monday as the Vikings (11-8, 5-5 NEIC) fell to New Hampton (14-5, 9-1 NEIC) 8-0. 
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  • Shindelar lifts SW past Bulldogs
    The Lady Warriors were forced to accept a split UIC contest Monday versus MFL/MarMac in Calmar, winning game one in an extra inning, 2-0, and dropping game two, 8-2. 
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  • Softball pairings have been released for the 2015 postseason run. 
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  • Turkey Valley looking for bats to heat up
    Rain, rain, go away. That’s what many baseball and softball teams have been thinking in the past weeks, including this week where the Turkey Valley baseball team (3-17) was forced to postpone Monday’s doubleheader at Clayton Ridge until Tuesday. 
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  • Sikkink throws no hitter for Vikings
    The Decorah baseball team picked up two strong wins to close the week, moving to 5-4 in the Northeast Iowa Conference and 11-7 overall. 
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  • TV split UIC decisions
    The Lady Trojan softball team (7-8, 5-5 UIC) garnered a pair of fragmented wins and losses last week in makeup contests versus Starmont. 
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