The Decorah Nespapers
December 6, 2019
Ready to take flight for 2019
Lacing up the shoes and donning the Viking varsity boys’ basketball jerseys for the 2019-20 season are (front, l-r) Joe Bockman, Briggs Duwe; (kneeling) Mason O’Hara, Manager Jay Fjelstul, Charlie Robinson, Gunnar Steine; (back) assistant coach Gunnar Rollins, assistant coach Jerry Robinson, Keaton Solberg, Patrick Bockman, Matthew Franzen, Logan Halverson, head coach Jonathan Carlson, Andrew Magner, Seth Shindelar, Braden Elton, Samuel Robinson, assistant coach Jim Heick and assistant coach Corey Schuman. Not pictured are managers Blake Donlon, Mya Sullivan and Emma Humpal. (Photo by Becky Walz)
  • 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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