The Decorah Nespapers
December 12, 2019
Explosion of numbers
Members of the Decorah bowling teams for the 2019-20 season are (front, l-r) Nic Rolling, Noah Spilde-Maki; Easton Luzum, Benson Newhouse, Weston Everson, Seth Thompson, Tyler Shedinger, Colin Brauer; (second row) Matthew Bakken, Hope Putnam, Hannah Schnitzler, Gavin Sims, Kolten Gossman, Mason Hill, Grady Brauer, Will Marx, Lacie Bjergum, Emmitt Stemper, Daniel Skrade; (third row) Rebecca Bruening, Lily Iverson, Chloe Chyle, Annika Lensch, Lexie Hauber, Nia Whitsitt, Coach Keith Bruening, Coach Michael Bruening, Moriah Grinna, Katelyn Christensen, Miranda Miller, Sydney Hageman, Rowan Trout, Eliot Kleckner; (fourth row) Jackson Rollins, James Marx, Karter Einck, Alexis Svestka, Audrey Casterton, Maddie Putnam, Koryn Bakken, Paige Lange, Grace Gerleman, Brody Anfinson; (back) Nolan Jostand, Luke Iverson, Tyler Thompson, Katherine Bruening, Breydon Johnson, Keagen Einck, Justin Redenius, Xander Krambeer and Brendan Hunter. (Photo courtesy of Chip Peterson/Peterson Photography)
  • SW stays perfect in UIC
    It was another Upper Iowa Conference win for the South Winn boys’ basketball team (3-0, 3-0 UIC) as the Warriors defeated North Fayette Valley (1-2, 1-1 UIC) at home Tuesday night, 50-28.
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  • Lady Trojans roll passed Central
    In a contest of two unbeaten squads, the Turkey Valley girls’ basketball team (6-0, 4-0 UIC) took care of business, defeating Central (5-1, 3-1 UIC) 56-37 at home Tuesday night.
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  • Defensive intensity spark TV to win
    A strong performance in all facets of the game propelled the Turkey Valley boys’ basketball team (4-0, 3-0 UIC) to a 70-17 win over Central Elkader (0-4, 0-3 UIC) Tuesday night at home.
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  • Osage tops Viking grapplers, 45-29

    It was a little better showing for the Decorah wrestling team Tuesday night as the grapplers competed at Osage.

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  • Grimstad wins two individual golds

    In the first meet of the season, the Decorah boys’ swim team finished second overall at the Cardinal Invite, held Saturday at Newton High School.

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  • Lady Warriors offensive struggles continue
    The South Winn girls’ basketball team (0-4) couldn’t put together an offensive run Tuesday night, falling to North Fayette Valley at home Tuesday night, 47-21.
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  • Vikes fall to No. 7 Crestwood

    The Decorah girls’ basketball team (4-1, 0-1 NEIC) fell short at home against Class 3A No. 7 Crestwood (5-1, 1-0 NEIC) Tuesday night, losing 57-34.

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  • Reichow serves as honorary Vikings captain
    Garet “Jerry” Reichow is the only person who has been with the Minnesota Vikings for their entire 59-season history and one of the longest-serving employees in the NFL. He has been a wide receiver, scout, personnel director and consultant.
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  • Registration is open for Saturday night futsal. Futsal is a type of indoor soccer played on a small court with a weighted ball. 

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  • Decorah grapplers to build foundation on veteran experience; DHS girls form club
    There’s a strong core of athletes to build a team around for the Decorah wrestling program as Viking alum Lee Fullhart steps in to lead the squad for his first season.
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  • Numbers continue to grow for bowling program
    Since its inaugural season five years ago to 2019, the interest in the Decorah bowling program has continued to grow — so much so that head coach Keith Bruening has needed to take on an assistant to aide in helping his 50-plus keglers gain experience of the game. Stepping in to assist is former Viking alum Michael Bruening.
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  • Viking keglers remain perfect

    The Decorah bowling teams continue to show dominance, producing wins over North Fayette Valley Friday night.

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  • Decorah improves to 4-0
    The wins keep coming for the Decorah girls’ basketball team (4-0, 0-0 NEIC) as it earned its fourth win Saturday morning in the Border Battle over Fillmore Central, 32-28.
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  • Franzen hits game-winning trey
    It was a big test of endurance Saturday afternoon for the Decorah boys’ basketball team as the Vikes (1-1, 0-0 NEIC) went on the road to Epworth to face Western Dubuque (1-1).
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  • Trojans show energy in UIC win
    Fast defense, solid passing lanes and open looks led to an easy 58-29 win for the Turkey Valley boys’ basketball team (3-0, 2-0 UIC) over Kee (1-2, 0-2 UIC) on the road Friday night.
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