MILFORD-Boyden-Hull played the first eight minutes of its game against Okoboji Tuesday, Jan. 17, like it was hoping to play. A few defensive adjustments during halftime gave the Comets a “complete” game performance for a 79-51 Siouxland Conference boys’ basketball victory Tuesday, Jan. 17.
Month: January 2017
MILFORD-Boyden-Hull had a tough night shooting the ball and that cold shooting led to inconsistencies on the defensive end in a 59-30 Siouxland Conference girls’ basketball defeat to Okoboji Tuesday, Jan. 17.
HULL-Western Christian had a rough start to its Lakes Conference double dual at home Thursday, but the Wolfpack had a respectable turnaround and hope the momentum takes them into the Herb Irgens Invitational in Ida Grove Friday and Saturday.
MILFORD-It was the final night of the 2016-2017 Siouxland Conference dual team season for Boyden-Hull Rock Valley at a double dual with MOC-Floyd Valley and Okoboji in Milford.
HULL-Class 2A top-ranked Western Christian wanted to have a different performance from the first time they played LeMars and the Wolfpack got their wish in a 76-50 Lakes Conference boys’ basketball victory Tuesday, Jan. 17.
HULL-Class 2A third-ranked Western Christian once again had a strong start in a Lakes Conference girls’ basketball game against LeMars Tuesday, Jan. 17. However, the Wolfpack had trouble holding on to the ball and were upset by the Bulldogs 60-56.
AKRON-Trinity Christian had a tough time getting anything going on the offensive end and Coach Kevin Van Engen said the Tigers only had themselves to blame in a 67-31 War Eagle Conference boys’ basketball defeat Friday.
AKRON-Trinity Christian had trouble holding on to the ball and getting good looks at the basket against Akron-Westfield’s full-court press
HULL-Kaylee Anderson of Hull signed a letter of intent to continue her basketball career at Northwestern College in Orange City next winter.
Catherine De Wit 92 Hull, Iowa January 21, 2017 Catherine De Wit, 92, of Hull, Iowa, passed away Saturday, Jan.
Hull Public Library is hosting a very unusual collection.
Carolyn Goold’s assortment of beaters, potato mashers and a few vintage aprons are in the display case at the library.
Carolyn Goold’s assortment of beaters, potato mashers and a few
The after-school program in Hull didn’t celebrate the occasion, just continued offering a fun, safe, nurturing environment for children in grades kindergarten through third.
The business that began in John Emerick’s garage nearly five years ago has outgrown its current location at 1615 Division St
Boyden-Hull/Rock Valley wrestling Austin Rozeboom earns his 100th GEORGE- Boyden-Hull/Rock Valley’s first dual at a quadrangular hosted by Central Lyon/George-Little Rock Thursday was not up to the standards of Coach Stan DeZeeuw
HULL-MOC-Floyd Valley was short-handed facing one of the best teams in the state and Class 2A third-ranked Western Christian took advantage of that fact on the defensive end in a 63-23 nonconference girls’ basketball blowout Tuesday, Jan. 10.
HULL-Trinity Christian felt it had one of its better defensive games so far in the 2016-2017 season,
HULL-Western Christian simply could not miss the hoop on offense and it did not take long for the Wolfpack to pull away in a 85-39 drubbing of MOC-Floyd Valley
HULL-Trinity Christian had its defense going for the start of the game against Rock Valley Thursday, but the Tigers’ inability to hit open shots gave the Rockets the edge they needed to hand Trinity Christian a 75-26 non-conference boys’ basketball defeat.
HULL-For the first time since the Central Lyon game in Rock Rapids prior to Christmas break, Boyden-Hull had a tough start to its nonconference boys’ basketball game with Unity Christian.
HULL-Boyden-Hull had its first offensive outburst of the season, scoring 52 points, but the Comets were unable to stop a hot Unity Christian offense that scored 62 points in a nonconference girls’ basketball defeat Tuesday, Jan. 10.