Class 2A cross-country state qualifying Western Christian boys are off to ORANGE CITY-The Western Christian boys had a plan for the Class 2A state qualifying meet in Orange City Thursday and the Wolfpack executed that plan, earning a trip to the state cross-country meet in Fort Dodge Saturday (Oct. 29).
Month: October 2016
SIOUX CITY-The top-ranked team in Class 2A (prior to new rankings Monday, Oct. 17) in Western Christian took to the Sioux City Heelan volleyball tournament Saturday, Sept. 15 for one final test before the second round of regional tournaments Monday, Oct. 24.
HULL-Boyden-Hull had an up-and-down performance in its first-round match against Sibley-Ocheyedan Tuesday, Oct. 18 in Class 1A Region 1 volleyball tournament action, but the Comets played well enough overall to earn a 25-11, 25-18, 25-22 victory.
Class 1A Region 1 volleyball tournament Miscues on offense end the season for the Tigers Trinity Christian manages to only hit at a .072 clip in a five-set defeat to Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn
HULSTEIN-There were over 100 runners in both the boys’ and girls’ races for the Class 1A state-qualifying meet in Hulstein, but the Trinity Christian boys will continue their 2016 season this week (Oct. 29)
Western Christian football Wolfpack gains momentum for the playoffs in win Western Christian will face West Lyon for the first round of the Class 1A state football playoffs Nathan Broek |
ROCK RAPIDS—Class 2A second-ranked Boyden-Hull/Rock Valley raced out to an early 14-0 lead and had an answer for everything Central Lyon/George-Little Rock threw at them, securing the 28-14 Class 2A District 1 championship.
The Boyden Community Club met recently with 18 members present. Three new members were welcomed. Kim Ochsendorf, president of the club, thanked Pastor Dan Hart for his service to the Boyden Community Club over the past few years.
Providing a superior product is a goal of Integrity Ag Tech, according to Leon Bolkema, owner. He wants to build trust in his customer relationships.
A Hull farmer’s life was shortened when a two-year struggle with cancer ended. Don Postma was 65 when he passed away Aug. 11, leaving his fields standing, waiting for the harvest.
ROCK VALLEY-It was a special night Friday for both the Boyden-Hull and Rock Valley school districts as they celebrated 25 years of being combined with their various athletic programs.
ORANGE CITY-Class 1A fourth-ranked Western Christian had a goal of getting off to a strong start against arch rival Unity Christian and the Wolfpack got what they wanted in a 48-0 District 1 football victory Friday.
AKRON-In order to come out on top in a volleyball match a team must be able to keep errors low and force the other team to earn its points.
ORANGE CITY-Boyden-Hull had a tough task, going up against a talented MOC-Floyd Valley team, but the Comets did not come ready to play Tuesday, Oct. 11 and fell 25-22, 18-25, 25-16, 25-15 in Siouxland Conference volleyball.
SPENCER-Class 2A top-ranked Western Christian took to the road and was the opponent for senior night in Spencer
BRUNSVILLE-Western Christian has not had a boys’ cross-country team win the Lakes Conference title in over eight years, but the Wolfpack put that stat into the history books Tuesday, Oct. 11,
ORANGE CITY-The Class 1A sixth-ranked Trinity Christian boys’ cross-country team has been finishing in the middle of a stacked field of runners for much of its meets this season.
HULL-The Siouxland Conference meet brought its fair share of tough teams Tuesday, Oct. 11, but Boyden-Hull/Rock Valley found success on the girls’ side of the meet while the Nighthawk boys continued to learn on the fly.
Sharon Hanna 81 Boyden, Iowa October 12, 2016 Sharon Rose Hanna, 81, of Boyden, Iowa, passed away Wednesday, Oct.
Hoekstra Hoekstra 85 Doon, Iowa October 14, 2016 Bertha H. Hoekstra, 85, of Doon, Iowa, died Friday, Oct.