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The Decorah swim team is hosting the boys conference tournament Saturday, Jan. 31, at the Luther Natatorium, beginning at noon. Pictured above is Isaac Sauer, competing in an earlier home meet. (Photo by Jennifer Bissell)
It was another two wins for the South Winn wrestling team Tuesday night
as the Warriors traveled to Nashua-Plainfield to take on the Huskies and
On just a few days’ rest, the Decorah boys swim team was back in the
pool Tuesday night at Waterloo Central, competing against Dubuque Senior
and Waterloo West.
A late run by Clayton Ridge was enough for the Eagles (10-3, 7-1 UIC) to
pick up a victory Tuesday night in Calmar, defeating the South Winn
girls basketball team (4-10, 3-7 UIC) 48-38.
A flurry of three-point field goals by Clayton Ridge early in the
contest put the game away quickly Tuesday night in Calmar as the South
Winn boys basketball team (4-10, 3-7 UIC) fell to Clayton Ridge (10-3,
9-1 UIC) 65-44.
Battling the second-place team in the Upper Iowa Conference, the Class
1A No. 11 Turkey Valley girls basketball team (14-1, 12-0 UIC) made it
look easy Tuesday night on the road, defeating Kee (14-2, 9-2 UIC)
A big second half was what led to a victory Tuesday night on the road,
with the Turkey Valley boys basketball team (5-10, 4-8 UIC) defeating
Kee (1-13, 1-10 UIC) 59-50.
Fifty years ago, Luther College sponsored its first varsity athletic teams for women.
Two Luther college swimmers were named performers of the week by the Iowa Intercollegiate Athletic Conference.
The gym was full Saturday in Decorah as the Viking wrestling team hosted
the Viking Duals, featuring eight teams from around the area.
The Decorah boys basketball team (8-4, 4-3 NEIC) erased a nine-point
halftime deficit but couldn’t hold off the Comets, falling to Charles
City (4-7, 2-4 NEIC) 56-52 Friday night in Decorah.
Coming off one of the best meets in years, the Decorah boys swim team
looked to build more confidence heading into the final portion of the
Picking up nine victories, the Decorah wrestling team grabbed a conference dual win at Waukon Thursday night.
The Turkey Valley win streak is now at 11 games in a row as the Class 1A
No. 13 Trojans (13-1, 11-0 UIC) defeated West Central (1-10, 0-9 UIC)
64-22 Friday night in Jackson Junction.
The Decorah girls basketball team (9-7, 3-4 NEIC) battled twice over the weekend, earning a split.
It was another good night of progress on the mats for the South Winn
wrestling team Thursday as the Warriors hosted Central and North Fayette
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