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September 29, 2020
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Hard work
Working hard on the line Friday for Decorah were Charlie Robinson (50); Noah Breitenbach-Dirks (72), Thomas Ostlie (65) and Kendall McCain (74). (Photo by Tami Bohr)
  • Top 10 showdown between Warrior squads
    In a face-off between the top teams of Class A District 4, the South Winn football team (5-0, 3-0) took down No. 4 Wapsie Valley (4-1, 2-1) on the road Friday night, 26-14.
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  • Decorah shuts down Comets, 49-0

    Both the Viking offense and defense was clicking Friday night as Class 3A No. 8 Decorah (5-0, 3-0) shut out Charles City (0-3, 0-2) on the road, 49-0.


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  • Vikings top bracket, SW third at Decorah tourney
    The Decorah volleyball team (11-5, 3-0 NEIC) capped off last week as the top finisher in the afternoon bracket of its own tournament Saturday, going 3-0. The annual tournament was broken into morning and afternoon sessions, with South Winn (2-17) competing in the morning, finishing third, going 1-2 for the day.
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  • Decorah finishes sixth at Cougar invite

    The Decorah girls’ swim and dive team placed sixth with 166 points at the Cougar Invite Saturday, Sept. 26, in Cedar Rapids.


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  • SW harriers near top of loaded field

    Competing against a field of loaded talent, the South Winn boys’ and girls’ showcased their own abilities at Anamosa Saturday.

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  • SW spikers lose a close one to Central

    The South Winn volleyball team (1-15, 0-3 UIC) suffered a loss in a close contest to Central Elkader (3-11, 1-1 UIC) on the road 3-1 Thursday night. 

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  • Trojan netters bring energy and focus to court
    After suffering its first conference loss early last week, the Turkey Valley volleyball team (6-4, 2-1) rebounded to win another UIC match and finished 2-2 at the Dunkerton tournament Saturday.
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  • Friday’s Trojan football game cancelled
    The Turkey Valley football team was to have played at Clarksville Friday night; however, the Indians have chosen to cancel the remainder of the varsity season. According to a message posted on the Clarksville Community School District Facebook page the decision was made due to low roster numbers, many starters were either freshmen or sophomores, concern for player safety and well-being.
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  • Dates previously set for the 2020 IHSAA and IGHSAU cross country postseason will be split at next month’s meets to accommodate competition and crowds with COVID-19 related precautions.
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  • Racing to victory; Decorah claims all four titles at Waukon Invite
    Under picture-perfect skies the Decorah and Turkey Valley cross country teams took to the course at the Waukon Invite Tuesday night. While Decorah swept all the team titles, the Trojan girls’ team fared will with a fourth-place team finish.
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  • Vikings smash New Hampton 3-1
    Sitting second in the Northeast Iowa Conference race, the Decorah volleyball team (7-5, 3-0 NEIC) defeated New Hampton (6-6, 1-2 NEIC) at home Tuesday night, 3-1. Set scores were 25-15, 11-25, 25-19 and 25-13.
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  • TV spikers stumble versus Blue Devils at home
    Unable to play consistent and efficient enough volleyball Tuesday night, the Turkey Valley volleyball team (3-2, 1-1 UIC) fell to West Central (4-2, 2-0 UIC), 3-1. Set scores were 21-25, 25-14, 20-25 and 9-25.
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  • Warriors take one set from CR
    The South Winn volleyball team (1-15, 0-2 UIC) had their home opener Tuesday night, taking on Clayton Ridge (6-3, 2-0 UIC) on Senior Night. 
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  • SW gridders walk Pirates off the plank, 55-0
    Celebrating Homecoming 2020, the South Winn football team (4-0, 2-0) shut out the Postville Pirates Friday night, exploding to a 55-0 win.
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  • TV offense executes for Homecoming win
    It was a back and forth contest between two evenly matched teams in Jackson Junction Friday night for the Trojans’ Homecoming. When the final buzzer rang out, Turkey Valley (2-2, 2-2) escaped with the 60-50 win over Northwood-Kensett (1-3, 1-3).
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