The Decorah Nespapers
April 17, 2019
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Filling the lanes
Junior varsity runners from Decorah and South Winn filled a heat of the 200-meter dash Monday night. From left, Tucker Young, Jacob Herold, Cayden Kleppe, Nick Einck and Collin Wiltgen. Young won the event in 24.79, followed by Kleppe, Einck, Wiltgen and Herold. (Photo by Becky Walz)
  • Vikings come up short in first meet
    It was a windy day for the Decorah boys’ golf team to open the season as the Vikings came up on the short end of the Comets Monday, April 8, in Charles City, 185-201.
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  • Hawley brothers lift Vikes past Postville

    The Decorah boys’ soccer team (4-3) got the job done last week with a pair of wins over Postville and West Delaware.


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  • Did you know that there are currently over 117,000 Americans waiting for a life-saving organ transplant?  One donor can save up to eight lives. 

    On Saturday, April 27, Chance Adam, a member of the Prairie Shooting Stars 4-H Club and the Winneshiek 4-H County Council will be hosting a Clover Dash 5K for organ donation awareness. 

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  • With winter-like weather in the area late last week, many area sporting events were cancelled.


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  • Time trials set for April 27

    The 29th annual Decorah Time Trials is set for Saturday, April 27.


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  • Lady Vikes score first win in OT

    Fighting the wind and the Independence Mustangs (2-1), the Decorah girls’ soccer team (1-2) picked up its first win Monday night on the road.


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  • Decorah girls split squad

    The Decorah girls’ track team split its squad Tuesday night, taking the “varsity” to Hudson and the “junior varsity” to Waukon.


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  • Warriors, Trojans hampered by strong winds
    Windy — that’s the best way to describe the conditions as the South Winn golf teams hosted Turkey Valley Monday night. Not only were the two teams battling each other, they were also fighting 20 to 30 mph wind gusts that could have affected even the best golfer at Silver Springs Golf Course in Ossian.
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  • Vikes blow past competition; SW sixth
    On one of the few days Northeast Iowa has seen temperatures rise above 60 degrees, the Decorah boys’ track team hosted its second of three home meets this season Monday.
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  • Decorah pushes past Mustangs

    The Decorah boys’ soccer team  (2-3) took down Independence (2-2) Monday night, 3-1, with goals scored by three different athletes.


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  • Vikes net another shutout
    The Decorah girls’ tennis team ventured into Comet country and returned home with its second shutout of the season over Charles City Tuesday evening.
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  • One stroke hands Vikes win

    Opening the season on the par-36 Silvercrest course, the Decorah girls’ golf team had a solid day on the links Monday.


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  • Trojans circle oval at N-P
    The Turkey Valley girls’ and boys’ track teams got to work Tuesday night at Nashua-Plainfield against a talented field of teams. Both squads finished fifth in the eight-team invitational with the girls collecting 62 points. The host team won the event with 109 points. The Trojan boys garnered 57 points in a team race won by Central Springs’ 179 points.
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  • SW performs well at Waukon
    With the possibility of winter weather moving back into Northeast Iowa later this week, the South Winn girls’ track team added Tuesday’s meet at Waukon to the schedule, finishing fourth with 72 points. Kee High won the team title with 154 points.
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  • SW shaves off strokes
    Competing in their second meet in as many days, the South Winn girls’ and boys’ golf teams traveled to the Guttenberg Golf and Country Club to take on Clayton Ridge, splitting the day.
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