IDA GROVE-The Western Christian girls’ and boys’ track teams had a long way to go for their state qualifying meet in Ida Grove, but the athletes didn’t mind as the Western Christian girls took the District 5 crown and the boys will send eight events to the state meet in Des Moines.
Month: May 2016
HAWARDEN-It is always a little nerve-racking after a state qualifying track meet to see if you had one of the top 12 times or throws in the state to advance to the state meet in Des Moines. Trinity Christian had two of those situations come up after one automatic qualification at the Class 1A District 12 meet in Hawarden Thursday.
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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SIOUX CENTER-After a half-hour rain delay, the course at The Ridge Golf Club in Sioux Center was not ideal for golf, but Western Christian worked around the extra challenge to finish third Friday and advance to the district meet.
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.
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.
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.
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.
SIOUX CENTER-Boyden resident Kassidy Van Voorst received All Great-Plains Athletic Conference softball honors this past week.
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.
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.
STORM LAKE-The Lake Creek Golf Course in Storm Lake provides its share of challenges, but with the heavy rain Monday, May 9, the course proved to be a lot easier to navigate for the Western Christian boys’ golf team at the Lakes Conference tournament Tuesday, May 10.
LEMARS-There was a lot of competition to go along with a tough course at the LeMars boys’ golf tournament Saturday, May 7, at Willow Creek Golf Club. But Western Christian and Boyden-Hull were able to manage both to take first- and second-place team finishes.
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With three high school graduations taking place within the next week, it will be a very busy time in Hull. It all begins Wednesday, May 18 as Trinity Christian High School has its graduation ceremonies at 7 p.m. in the school’s gymnasium, with 21 seniors graduating.
The Hull City Council approved a contract with the Sioux County Sheriff for law enforcement at the last council meeting. The contract is for the upcoming fiscal year.
The new concession stand at Hesla Field took shape last week, while the Boyden-Hull School Board made plans for the next school year.
As Northwest Iowa Community College of Sheldon celebrates 50 years, administrators chose to honor Art Van Bruggen of Boyden as the “Alumnus of the Year” during commencement exercises Friday, May 13.
HULL-The Boyden-Hull girls’ golf team had the advantage of its home course for Siouxland Conference golf Thursday, but the Comets still had their fair share of troubles on the day.