POCAHONTAS-Class 2A fifth-ranked Boyden-Hull/Rock Valley will admit it did not play four clean quarters of football, but that was not much of a factor in the final result as the Nighthawks rolled over Pocahontas Area 52-6 in Class 2A District 1 football Friday.
Month: September 2016
HULL-It was a battle between two of the top teams in Iowa with Class 1A third-ranked Hinton at Class 1A sixth-ranked Western Christian’s homecoming.
Boyden-Hull volleyball Comets face tough competition at Cherokee tourney CHEROKEE-Boyden-Hull went to the Cherokee volleyball tournament Saturday, Sept. 17, to test itself against some stiff competition. The Comets battled with each team they faced, but went 1-3 on the day.
ORANGE CITY-Boyden-Hull/Rock Valley softball head coach Sara Friedrichsen and Western Christian football coach Travis Kooima were recognized by Northwestern College in Orange City with the Red Raider Club coach of the year honors.
SPIRIT LAKE-Class 2A top-ranked Western Christian took to the road Thursday to take on Spirit Lake with the winner having a head-to-head edge in determining who the conference champion will be.
HAWARDEN-Trinity Christian went into a Saturday, Sept. 17, tournament at West Sioux High School looking to rebound from a tough loss against Hinton Thursday, Sept. 15.
SIOUX CENTER-The Western Christian cross-country team had an extra-long break prior to the Sioux Center Invitational Thursday due to inclement weather and that fact played a bit of a factor in the girls’ race, while the boys’ team looks primed to make a midseason push to Fort Dodge.
SHELDON-The Sheldon cross-country Invitational Tuesday, Sept. 20, gave both Boyden-Hull/Rock Valley and Trinity Christian an opportunity to prove themselves against some of the other top teams in the state.
Vermeer Vermeer 85 Sheldon, Iowa September 24, 2016 Johanna Vermeer, 85, of Sheldon, Iowa, formerly of Boyden, passed away Saturday, Sept.
Cornie De Vos 88 Hull, Iowa September 21, 2016 Cornie De Vos, 88, of Hull, Iowa, passed away Wednesday, Sept.
Western Christian High School has opted out of the national hot lunch program this year due to increasing red tape and stifling regulations. With this change, students are offered a cafeteria plan that has more flexibility and choice and eliminates waste because of food previously was required to be served.
When Sarah De Jong came up with the idea of adding a photo booth to her current photography business — now known as Photographic Memories and Photo Booth — she had no idea it would be such a big hit!
Students at Western Christian High School experienced a fun-filled week that led up to a homecoming game Friday evening, Sept. 23, against Hinton. Throughout the week, many activities were enjoyed along with several dress-up days.
SEWARD, NE-Former Western Christian Wolfpack Sam Van Ginkel broke the Great Plains Athletic Conference record for quarterback sack
ROCK RAPIDS-Boyden-Hull came into its Siouxland Conference volleyball match against Class 2A sixth-ranked Central Lyon knowing it was going to be a tough match,
ROCK VALLEY-Class 2A fifth-ranked Boyden-Hull/Rock Valley worked on its running game in practice this past week and the plan paid off big time in a 55-21 drubbing of Sheldon in District 1 football action Friday.
LAKE PAHOJA-The Boyden-Hull/Rock Valley cross-country team wanted to go into the Lake Pahoja Invitational, hosted by West Lyon High School, for better times and individual placings while Trinity Christian wanted to see continued improvements from its runners.
ROCK RAPIDS-Trinity Christian was not quite ready to play in the morning hours of the Central Lyon Tournament Saturday, Sept. 10, but the Tigers had enough to win two out of five matches throughout the day.
HULL-The crowd was large and loud at the first home match of the season for the Class 2A top-ranked Western Christian volleyball team, and the Wolfpack fed off that energy in a 25-9, 25-13, 25-6 sweep of Cherokee in Lakes Conference play Tuesday, Sept. 13.
SIOUX CENTER-After going 3-3 at a Nebraska volleyball tournament Sept. 1 and 2, Class 2A top-ranked Western Christian took to the Sioux County tournament and the Wolfpack played like a team poised to make a run at the state contest.