• What’s Happening

    Wolfpack girls claim a district championship

    SIOUX CENTER-The Western Christian girls’ track and field team took home back-to-back district titles following the Class 2A state-qualifying meet in Sioux Center Thursday.

    Tigers send two to the state meet

    HAWARDEN-The Trinity Christian girls’ and boys’ track team has seen steady improvement in its athletes throughout the season. Two of them were rewarded for their improvements with a state berth following the Class 1A state-qualifying meet in Hawarden Friday.

    Western Christian girls’ soccer

    ORANGE CITY-There was no score at the end of the first half, but that didn’t stop the Western Christian Wolfpack girls from rallying to score three times in the second half for a 3-0 win over Unity Christian Monday, May 8.

  • Runners stay consistent in Trinity Christian boys track

    April 27th, 2016
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    SPIRIT LAKE-With two of their short sprinters still battling injuries, the Trinity Christian boys track and field team had to continue to rely on its talented long-distance runners and the athletes continued to run well at the Iowa Great Lakes Invitational in Sprit Lake Tuesday, April 19.


    Western Christian boys experiment at Sheldon

    April 27th, 2016
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    SHELDON-The Western Christian boys track and field team had some lumps and bumps heading into the Sheldon Orab Relays Thursday, but that gave the Wolfpack a chance to experiment with different events.


    Corner kicks beneficial in shutout win over Indians

    April 27th, 2016
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    HULL-With prom the next day, coach Jocelyn Nollmeyer was worried about where her team’s focus level would be, but the Wolfpack were concerned about the game at hand and came out with a 2-0 Lakes Conference girls soccer victory Thursday.


    BHRV boys and girls track teams take second place

    April 27th, 2016
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    HAWARDEN-The Boyden-Hull/Rock Valley track and field teams have been waiting for a breakout meet to build momentum for the second half of the season.


    Two more Comets to play for Northwestern

    April 27th, 2016
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    HULL-Boyden-Hull senior Kyle Bakker signed a letter of intent last Wednesday to continue his basketball career at Northwestern College next winter.


  • Joel Baker returns as Tigers stay consistent in Hinton

    April 27th, 2016
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    HINTON-The Trinity Christina boys track and field team has been anxiously awaiting Joel Baker’s return to the track, which he did at the Hinton Blackhawk Relays Thursday.


    Kaira Moss chooses Grand Canyon University Antelopes

    April 27th, 2016
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    HULL-Western Christian senior Kaira Moss signed a letter of intent Thursday, April 14, to continue her volleyball career at Grand Canyon University in Phoenix, Arizona, next fall.


    Nancy (Meedering) Metcalf named into Nebraska HOF

    April 27th, 2016
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    LINCOLN, NEB-Former Hull resident Nancy (Meendering) Metcalf will be inducted into the University of Nebraska volleyball Hall of Fame in the fall.Nebraska volleyball Hall


    Wolfpack shoot best score of the season in nicer weather

    April 27th, 2016
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    LEMARS-The weather has been less than ideal for the Western Christian girls golf team so far this season, but conditions were much better for a Lakes Conference dual at LeMars Tuesday, April 19.


    Western Christian boys remain perfect in Lakes Conferece golf duals

    April 27th, 2016
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    HULL-The weather was finally ideal for the Western Christian boys golf team at a Lakes Conference dual with LeMars Tuesday, April 19, at Rolling Hills Golf Club in Hull.