The Decorah Nespapers
September 21, 2019
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  • SW sets single-game record for total yards

    They didn’t just break it. The South Winn football team (2-1, 1-0) smashed the previous single-game total offensive yard record. 

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  • Decorah dunks Tro-Hawk competition
    The Decorah Vikings swim team tallied 238 points to surpass four other teams at the Tro-Hawk swimming and diving invite in Waterloo Saturday. The Lady Vikes posted seven first-place finishes of the 12 events, including all three relay events.
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  • No. 3 Trojan defense crushes Midland, 52-6
    The start of district play pitted a pair of unbeaten teams against each other in Jackson Junction Friday night with the hometown Turkey Valley Trojan (3-0, 1-0) defense stopping Midland (2-1, 0-1) in its tracks, 52-6.
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  • Local harriers contend for top spots at Luther All-American

    Fluctuating temperatures and recent rain led to a comfortable racing atmosphere at the 47th Annual Luther College All-American race Saturday morning.

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  • Trojans top South Winn netters in close battle

    The set scores don’t tell the full tale of how evenly matched the Turkey Valley (2-5, 1-0 UIC) and South Winn (0-13, 0-2 UIC) volleyball teams were, as the two local squads tangled in Jackson Junction Thursday night. The Trojans finished the night with the 3-0 victory, with set scores of 25-19, 25-15 and 25-15.

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  • Lady Warriors continue to seek first win

    The South Winn volleyball team (0-12, 0-2 UIC) are showing improvement on the court, as it continues to seek it first win.

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  • Luther gridders fall in oldest-nonconference series
    Luther’s oldest non-conference series continued Saturday afternoon in Carlson Stadium. The Norse hosted the Oles of St. Olaf College and were defeated by a final of 33-20. This was the 64th meeting between these two schools, dating back to 1921.
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  • Vikes fight another ranked opponent

    Three games, three high-ranked opponents.

    There is no doubt the Decorah football team has fought for every yard and point it has gotten as it faced Class 3A No. 1 Western Dubuque at home Friday night, falling 23-2.

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  • SW spikers searching for mojo
    The South Winn volleyball team (0-6) had a rough couple of days on the court last week. The Lady Warriors hosted Crestwood (1-2) Thursday, Sept. 5 and competed in the highly competitive New Hampton tournament Saturday.
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  • Trojans thwart Wildcats, 3-0

    The Turkey Valley volleyball team (1-2) claimed its first win over Riceville (0-3) Tuesday at home. 

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  • Decorah harriers compete in Dick Pollitt Classic

    The Viking cross country teams finished near the top of the large fields at Tuesday’s Dick Pollitt-Go Hawk Classic.

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  • Vikings knock off Waukon
    The Decorah volleyball team (3-4, 1-0 NEIC) once again dug itself out of a hole to win in three sets over Waukon (1-1, 0-1 NEIC) at home Tuesday night. Set scores were 25-20, 25-18 and 25-16.
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  • Slow start for Viking freshman football team

    The Decorah freshman football team (0-2) was shut out by Cedar Rapids Xavier Thursday night on the road, 35-0.

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  • Strand, Weis play on Norse soccer team
    Paul Strand and Spencer Weis, 2017 graduates of Decorah High School are members of the Luther College men’s soccer team. Strand plays as a junior defender, while Weis is a junior midfielder.
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  • Trojan spikers show grit in opener
    The season-opener triangular between the Turkey Valley (0-2), MFL MarMac (1-2) and New Hampton (5-0) volleyball teams was a challenge Tuesday, Sept. 3, as the Trojans fell in both matches at New Hampton.
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