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February 12, 2016
Good luck at state
Noah Faldet will represent the Decorah swim team at the state meet Saturday, Feb. 13, in Marshalltown. Faldet, a sophomore from the South Winn School District, is pictured with Head Coach Drew Pellett. (Photo by Jennifer Bissell)
  • Lonning named Academic All-District
    Decorah native and Luther College senior basketball player Moran Lonning was one of five student-athletes selection Academic All-District™ by the College Sports Information Directions of American (CoSIDA). 
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  • Klimesh awarded E. Wayne Cooley Scholarship
    A great athlete and a great student – that describes South Winn senior RaeAnn Klimesh. Klimesh was honored for her work in the classroom and as a student-athlete by being named the 2016 E. Wayne Cooley Scholarship Award winner.

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  • The Decorah boys basketball team will be on the road to start the playoffs.
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  • Fantastic quartet; four moving to districts
    And then there were 4.
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  • L. Kuboushek records 100th career pin
    A combined 6 grapplers from South Winn and Turkey Valley are one step closer to earning a spot at the state wrestling meet.
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  • Back-to-back; No. 1 Trojans knotch UIC crown
    The first piece on the way to a state title was completed Friday night as the Class 1A No. 1 Turkey Valley girls basketball team (20-0, 16-0 UIC) took care of business in Monona, defeating MFL (9-9, 8-7 UIC) 51-39.
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  • Trojans stumble with quick MFL
    MFL’s quickness was too much Friday night as the Turkey Valley boys basketball team (3-16, 3-12 UIC) fell on the road to the Bulldogs (13-6, 12-2 UIC) 60-37 in Monona.
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  • Caledonia blows past Vikings 81-49
    The Caledonia (Minn.) boys basketball team showed why it is one of the best teams in the state Saturday night, besting Decorah (8-9, 5-4 NEIC) 81-49 in Decorah.
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  • Warriors move to 13-6 overall with big W
    Playing host to Starmont Friday night, the South Winn boys basketball team (13-6, 11-3 UIC) took care of business, besting the Stars (5-14, 3-10 UIC) 77-62 Friday night in Calmar.
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  • Starmont stops the Warriors 51-36
    Thirty-six points weren’t enough Friday night as the South Winn girls basketball team (4-17, 3-11 UIC) fell at home to Starmont (7-13, 5-9 UIC) 51-36.
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  • The Luther baseball team is hosting a first pitch banquet Saturday, Feb. 20.
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  • Ten Winneshiek County wrestlers and one swimmer saw their seasons extended as the postseason began Saturday.
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  • No. 1 Trojans school Panthers in 57-24 victory
    With 42 first-half points, the Class 1A No. 1 Turkey Valley girls basketball team (19-0, 15-0 UIC) got the job done Monday night, defeating Tripoli (12-6) 57-24 on the road.
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  • Sloppy play troubles Trojans with Tripoli
    Inconsistent play was disaster for the Turkey Valley boys basketball team Monday night as the Trojans (3-15, 3-11 UIC) fell to Tripoli (10-6) 66-34 on the road.
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