The Decorah Nespapers
November 19, 2018
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  • The Decorah Wrestling Club (DWC) will begin practices for the 2018-2019 season Monday, Nov. 12.

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  • Norse Athletic Association Winter Sports Luncheon Wednesday
    Luther College’s Norse Athletic Association invites the Decorah community to “The Upstairs” at T-Bocks Bar and Grill at noon Wednesday, Nov. 14, for the NAA Winter Sports Luncheon.
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  • Decorah announces new boys’ soccer coaches
    Decorah High School is pleased to announce the hiring of Julie Shockey Trytten and Ben Shockey as Co-Head Boys Soccer Coaches. The duo will replace James Garcia-Prats, who resigned in August after four years leading the program and three as assistant. 
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  • Norse men’s soccer advance to sweet 16
    Luther College, ranked No. 13, has advanced to the round of 16 of the NCAA III Men’s Soccer National Tournament. In the second round Sunday night, the Norse posted a 3-2 come-from-behind victory over the Stars of Dominican University. 
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  • Luther concludes 2018 season
    Coe College defeated Luther in the final game of the year by a final of 26-7 Saturday in Decorah. The Kohawks jumped out to a 17-7 halftime lead and then held the Norse scoreless in the second half en route to the victory.
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  • Ellen Drewes-Stoen inducted into Athletic Hall of Fame
    Ellen Drewes-Stoen, Professor Emerita of Health and Physical Education and former head volleyball coach, was inducted into the Luther College Athletic Hall of Fame on Saturday, Oct. 27, as part of the Luther College Homecoming weekend. 
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  • Vikings place 14 gridders on all-district list; 23 all-academic
    Along with being named for the Coaching Staff of the Year, 14 members of the Decorah football team received all-district recognition for their efforts on the gridiron in Class 3A, District 3, announced earlier this week.
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  • No. 1 Saints knock Decorah out of postseason
    The Vikings were literally stopped in their track throughout the quarterfinal contest at Xavier Friday night, finishing the season with a 42-6 loss to the No. 1 Class 3A Saints.
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  • Klimesh punter/kicker of the year

    South Winn’s Cole Klimesh was named the Class A District 4 punter/kicker of the year.

    Eight other Warriors received All-District nods. Klimesh, along with four others were listed on first team, with two Warriors on second team and a pair on the honorable mention list.

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  • Bachelder breaks 50 free record in finals

    Seven events from Decorah High School garnered a total of 18 points at the state swim meet Friday and Saturday, Nov. 2-3, in Marshalltown. 

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  • Turkey Valley’s Leibold Defensive MVP of District 3, others honored

    It was announced earlier this week that eight members of the Turkey Valley football team were named to the Eight Man All-District 3 list.

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  • Vikings send seven events to state
    Following Saturday’s regional meet at Linn-Mar, the Decorah swim and dive team will have athletes competing in seven of the 12 events at state event slated for this weekend in Marshalltown.
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  • Ground and pound game pushes Decorah over Clippers
    It was typical Decorah football as a heavy mist and fans filled Viking Stadium for the Class 3A first-round playoff game Friday night. The Vikings punched the Clear Creek-Amana Clippers right in the mouth with a solid ground assault, winning their 45th playoff game in the program’s history.
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  • Large crowd views Norse homecoming game
    A Homecoming crowd was entertained by a very good Division III football game in Carlson Stadium Saturday afternoon. Unfortunately for Norse fans, the Storm of Simpson College posted a 27-17 victory.
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