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January 17, 2018
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  • Vikings claim dual title; Warriors third
    The Decorah gym was packed with wrestling fans Saturday for the annual Decorah Duals.
    And the trophy returned home.
    The Viking wrestling team earned the 2018 crown with a 4-1 record. The title came down to a three-way tie between Decorah, South Winn and Class 1A No. 8 Wapsie Valley.
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  • Make it seven in a row for keglers
    It’s another step closer to the ultimate goal of competing at state as the Decorah boys’ bowling team moved to a 7-0 record with a 3,149 to 2,550 win over Tripoli on the road Friday.
    The girls’ squad also was victorious 1,996 to 1,830 to improve its record to 4-3.
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  • Two silvers for Faldet
    Facing some top-notch competition in the state, the Decorah boys’ swim team competed in the Rusty Garst Invite Saturday in Fort Dodge, finishing fifth in the field of eight.
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  • Vikes earn second NEIC win
    A big first half attack propelled the Decorah girls’ basketball team (5-10, 2-5 NEIC) past Charles City (0-11, 0-7 NEIC) 47-40 on the road Friday.
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  • UIC win for Warriors
    It was another notch in the win column for the South Winn boys’ basketball team (8-5, 7-2 UIC) over West Central, 72-48, at home Friday.
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  • With three players in double figures, the South Winn girls’ basketball team (5-6, 4-3 UIC) ran away with Friday’s UIC contest versus West Central, 51-38, at home.
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  • Vikings fall to Comets
    Sitting in the middle of NEIC, the Decorah boys’ basketball team (5-7, 3-3 NEIC) faced an uphill battle against league leader, Charles City, falling, 54-35, at home Friday.
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  • Trojans doomed by first quarter
    It took a quarter for the momentum pendulum to swing equally between the Turkey Valley girls’ basketball team (8-7) and Waterloo West (8-7) at home Saturday as Waterloo West grabbed the 65-45 win.
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  • Mother Nature decided to interfere with the winter sports schedules for area teams last week.
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  • Registration for the Decorah United Soccer Club (DUSC) 2018 spring soccer season is underway.
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  • Trojans show grit in come-from-behind win
    Never give up.
    That’s the lesson that the Turkey Valley boys’ basketball team (10-2, 9-0 UIC) showcased against a South Winn (7-5, 6-3 UIC) squad that was looking for redemption, Tuesday at home. The Trojans topped the Warriors, 60-49, however, the game much closer than the score indicates.
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  • Turkey Valley survives Warriors’ charge
    It all came down to the closing minute of Tuesday’s contest between the Turkey Valley girls’ basketball team (8-6, 6-2 UIC) and South Winn (4-7, 3-3 UIC). The Lady Trojans survived, 42-35.
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  • Johnson pours in 24 for Viking win
    Six treys by Jonah Johnson spearheaded the Decorah boys’ basketball team (5-6, 3-2 NEIC) past Crestwood (5-6, 1-4 NEIC) 76-51, at home, Tuesday.
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  • Warriors pick up dual win
    The South Winn wrestling team earned another dual win Tuesday, but also suffered its first dual loss Tuesday.
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  • Crestwood stops Vikes
    Taking its game on the road, the Decorah girls’ basketball team (4-10, 1-5 NEIC) suffered scoring droughts against Class 3A No. 2 Crestwood (12-0, 6-0 NEIC), falling 64-23, Tuesday.
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