• What’s Happening

    The view from up there

    Carmen Vande Stroet | Staff Writer Sitting at her dining room table in Aspen Heights with her mother’s china ready […]

    Hull Christian School has enrollment increase

    Jeanne Visser | Staff Writer Hull Christian School is expecting 200 students in grades pre-kindergarten through eight when classes begin […]

    Boyden-Hull school unveiling improvements

    Carmen Vande Stroet | Staff Writer In a few short weeks, the sounds of power saws, the whirs of drills […]

  • Six Nighthawks picked as all-conference honorees

    July 27th, 2016
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    BOYDEN-Boyden-Hull/Rock Valley had another successful softball season in 2016, earning a Siouxland Conference co-championship with West Lyon and advancing to the Class 3A state softball tournament for the second-straight season.

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    Four picked as All-Siouxland Conference baseball players

    July 27th, 2016
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    ROCK VALLEY-Four Boyden-Hull/Rock Valley baseball players were named all-conference players as selected by Siouxland Conference coaches Monday, July 18.

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    Nighthawks will send ten events to the state track meet

    May 18th, 2016
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    SPIRIT LAKE-The Class 3A state qualifying meet always has its share of challenges each year, but Boyden-Hull/Rock Valley had two consistent athletes and three relays overcome those challenges Thursday.

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    Comets roll into districts

    May 18th, 2016
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    Comets roll into districts Nathan Broek | Sports Editor HULL-The weather did not favor good golf, but Boyden-Hull did not seem bothered, winning the Class 1A sectional meet at Rolling Hills Golf and Country Club Friday.

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    Long layoff beneficial for Western Christian girls

    May 18th, 2016
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    Long layoff beneficial for Western Christian girls Nathan Broek | Sports HULL-The Western Christian girls’ soccer team had about a week off due to rain storms, but the Wolfpack used the break to their advantage for a 3-0 victory over West Sioux Thursday.

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  • Comets win final Siouxland meet of the regular season

    May 18th, 2016
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    MILFORD-The course at Emerald Hills Golf Club in Milford is always tough to play, but the amount of rain the course received Monday made the greens much easier to navigate and the Boyden-Hull boys took home a victory Tuesday, May 10.

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    Western girls finish third in Lakes Conference tourney

    May 18th, 2016
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    SPENCER-The Western Christian girls’ golf team has struggled with consistency this season, but the Wolfpack saved their best golf for the final regular season tournament Tuesday, May 10.

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    Kassidy Van Voorst earns GPAC honors in final year

    May 18th, 2016
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    SIOUX CENTER-Boyden resident Kassidy Van Voorst received All Great-Plains Athletic Conference softball honors this past week.

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    Poor first-half play and late penalty downs Western boys

    May 18th, 2016
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    HULL-Western Christian had a much better second half compared to the first half, but a late foul in the box gave West Sioux just enough to hand the Wolfpack a 2-1 nonconference boys’ soccer defeat Thursday.

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    Comet girls’ golf games improve

    May 18th, 2016
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    ORANGE CITY-The goal for the Boyden-Hull girls’ golf team this season was to have its players enjoy the game and continue to get better as players as the end of the season neared. The Comets got closer to accomplishing that goal Tuesday, May 10.

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