The Decorah Nespapers
December 6, 2019
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  • Decorah boys’ squad returns all five starters

    The ball is in their court.

    With a nucleus that begins with the starters from the 2018-19 season, the Decorah boys’ basketball team has the cupboard full of talent. On the bench will be five additional athletes that could also be in the new starting line-up.

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  • Gyms will be rocking once again as Luther College and Decorah High School host the fourth annual border battle between basketball squads from Iowa and Minnesota beginning Saturday, Dec. 7.
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  • Warriors will be experienced in 2019-20
    There will be no shortage of experience for the South Winn boys’ basketball program for the new season as the Warriors return five letter winners and a host of other guys competing for time.
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  • Young team ready to step on South Winn mats
    While there are a lot of returning wrestlers with potential, there is no denying the low number of upperclassmen the South Winn wrestling program has at its disposal this season.
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  • Inexperience to present challenge for SW ladies

    Some underclassmen will be asked to step up this season for the South Winn girls’ basketball team.

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  • It was a big night for the Decorah bowling program as both the girls and boys picked up victories Tuesday night in the first match of the season versus Denver.
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  • Aggressive TV defense locked in
    It was a 31-0 run to start the season opener as the Turkey Valley girls’ basketball team (1-0, 1-0 UIC) ran over Clayton Ridge, 57-18, Tuesday night at home.
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  • Doubling up on M-C
    With contributions coming from the whole team either offensively or defensively, the Decorah girls’ basketball team picked up its second victory of the season over Mabel-Canton, 58-27, on the road Tuesday night.
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  • Warriors fall on the road

    It was a lopsided night Tuesday for the South Winn girls’ basketball team (0-1, 0-0 UIC) as the Warriors fell at Central Elkader, 59-22.

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  • Last week the Des Moines Register named Turkey Valley’s Jalyssa Blazek and South Winn’s Billie Wagner to the All-Iowa girls’ cross country teams for the 2019 season.
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  • Turkey Valley’s Ali Hoffert has been named to the Class 1A Northeast District list for her efforts during the 2019 season.

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  • Eight players from Decorah, South Winn and Turkey Valley were honored this week by being named to the Iowa Print Sports Writers Association (IPSWA) all-state football list.
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  • Girls’ wrestling club at DHS
    As the number of girls interested in wrestling continues to grow, so are the opportunities as Decorah High School agreed to form a High School Wrestling Club at its Nov. 18 meeting.
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  • Vikes edge Denver in opener
    It’s always a positive to start a season with a win and that is exactly what the Decorah girls’ basketball team (1-0) did Friday night, defeating Denver (0-1) on the road, 49-47.
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  • Five letter winners set to lead young squad

    The Decorah girls’ basketball team is hoping the experience gained last season will spearhead a winning 2019 season.

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