The Decorah Nespapers
December 17, 2017
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Two invites...two titles for Ihde
Decorah grappler Philip Ihde works over Mason Cleveland of New Hampton/Turkey Valley in the finals of the South Winn invite held Saturday. The 126 lb. title is Ihde’s second in as many weeks. (Photo by Becky Walz)
  • TV comes up short to No. 10 Kee
    “It was a great effort, we just came up a little short,” said Turkey Valley Co-Coaches Dan Stepan and Carla Nymeyer. “We are on the verge of being a good basketball team.”
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  • Warriors win double dual
    The South Winn wrestling team pulled off two more duals wins Tuesday as the Warriors topped East Buchanan 38-24 and Oelwein, 50-21.
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  • Strong performance for South Winn
    Total points tallied in a single game keep rising as junior Levi Lukes poured in 38 points in the South Winn boys basketball team’s (4-2, 4-1 UIC) win over Starmont Tuesday, 80-55.
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  • Hendrickson chosen as soccer coach
    Loren Hendrickson has been tabbed to be the new head girls soccer coach as Decorah High School, following the school board’s approval Monday.
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  • Vikes rise above Oelwein
    The whole game of basketball came together for the Decorah girls basketball team as it notched its first win of the season 48-40 over Oelwein at home Tuesday.
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  • Decorah tames Huskies
    The Decorah boys basketball team (1-2, 1-1 NEIC) saw two players in double figures Tuesday as the Vikings defeated Oelwein (1-4, 0-4 NEIC), 67-42, on the road.
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  • Trojans still perfect in UIC
    The four-game week kicked off Monday as the Turkey Valley boys basketball team (5-1, 5-0 UIC) was edged out by New Hampton (4-2, 0-1 NEIC), 36-31. The Trojans responded and made Kee High ( pay the price Tuesday as TV took the UIC win, 71-54, in Lansing.
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  • SW shoots down Stars
    The South Winn girls basketball team (3-2, 3-1 UIC) moved its win streak to three after edging out Starmont, 42-41, on the road Tuesday.
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  • Engen, Ihde top field at SW invite
    Two top-ranked teams, 23 currently ranked wrestlers in the top 10 and 15 previous state qualifiers made the South Winn’s invite one of the most competitive in the area Saturday.
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  • Trojans survive Postville, 56-52
    Momentum swung back and forth between the Turkey Valley boys basketball team (4-0, 4-0 UIC) and the Postville Pirates (2-3, 2-2 UIC) through three quarters, but in the end it was the Trojans who prevailed, 56-52.
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  • Second half dooms Vikings
    The Decorah boys basketball team (0-3, 0-1 NEIC) couldn’t put it all together last week as it fell at the hands of Waverly-Shell Rock (2-2, 2-0 NEIC) at home Friday and Rushford-Peterson, 56-27, Saturday in the Border Battle.
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  • Faldet prevails in 100 breaststroke
    Amid a host of much larger schools, the Decorah boys swim team finished seventh in the Marcussen Invitational in Cedar Falls Saturday.
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  • Pipho leads Vikings in loss
    The Decorah girls basketball team (0-6, 0-2 NEIC) lost, 48-19, to Waverly-Shell Rock (4-2, 2-0 NEIC) Friday on the road.
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  • Trojan duo notch double digits
    It was tough end to the week for the Turkey Valley girls basketball team (4-3, 3-0 UIC), falling to MFL MarMac, 73-41, and New Hampton, 70-45.
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  • Lukes pours in 33 points
    The hot hand belonged to Warrior junior Levi Lukes, who led the South Winn boys basketball team (3-2, 3-1 UIC) to a 72-54 win over Clayton Ridge on the road Friday.
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