HULL-Double overtime is what it took for the Western Christian boys’ soccer team to win in the first round of Class 1A District 1 play, defeating the West Sioux Falcons 3-2 in Hull.
Month: May 2017
PAULLINA-Coming into the season, coach Mike De Jager of the Trinity Christian baseball team felt his squad’s offense would have to take its time throughout the season to improve and score runs.
HULL-It was not the result the Western Christian softball team wanted Monday, May 22, in non-conference softball. The Wolfpack lost to West Lyon 13-5 in Hull for the first game of the season for both teams.
LEMARS-The Boyden-Hull/Rock Valley softball team was victorious in its first action of the season Tuesday, May 23. The Nighthawks defeated the LeMars Bulldogs 12-0 in a non-conference game in LeMars.
Four Comets picked for all-conference team Carson Schubert | Writer The Siouxland Conference announced the 2017 all-conference golf team last week.
ROCK VALLEY-It was the first game of the 2017 season for Boyden-Hull/Rock Valley and five errors on defense proved that fact, but the Nighthawks still managed to come away with a 7-4 Siouxland Conference baseball victory Thursday.email@example.com Sheldon 1-0-0-2-0-0-1
HULL-It was senior night for the Western Christian girls’ soccer team Wednesday, May 25. However, the Wolfpack were defeated by Sioux City East 6-0 in non-conference action.
Allan Faber 80 Rock Valley May 21, 2017 Allan R. Faber, 80, of Rock Valley, Iowa, died Sunday, May 21, 2017, at Royale Meadows Care Center in Sioux Center, Iowa.
Iowans won’t have to drive to surrounding states to buy fireworks this year, after Gov. Terry Branstad signed the fireworks legalization bill earlier this month.
After driving a school bus route 30 years, Howard Grevengoed decided this year would be his last.
Great accomplishments for new private June De Wit | Writer firstname.lastname@example.org Kyland Van Dyk of Boyden began basic training Jan.
Midwest Honor Flight, a national hub through the Honor Flight Network, is accepting applications for veterans from northwest Iowa and southeast South Dakota.
Class 2A state track Wolfpack and Nighthawks take home high honors at state Western Christian girls finish as the sixth team in the state with 31.33 points, B-H/RV highlighted by Cassie
HULL-The Western Christian boys’ soccer team was unable to score a goal, but the Wolfpack felt good about its effort in a 1-0 Lakes Conference defeat to Spirit Lake Monday, May 15.
Siouxland Conference boys’ golf tour Boyden-Hull gains momentum for districts at final conference meet Comets take second place in the final meet of the 2017 Siouxland Conference tour with a 153
FORT DODGE-The Boyden-Hull boys’ golf team will be traveling to Ames for the boys’ Class 1A state tournament Friday, May 26 and Saturday, May 27.
ORANGE CITY-For the second year in a row, the Western Christian boys’ golf team ended the season with heartbreak, but not all the Wolfpack were left out of the state tournament after the Class 2A District golf tournament at Landsmeer Golf Club in Orange City Thursday.
HULL-The Boyden-Hull girls’ golf team participated in the Class 1A Regional Golf Meet Monday, May 15, and the Comets got to play on their home course, Rolling Hills Country Club in Hull, for the final time this season.
ORANGE CITY-The conditions were not ideal for regional golf Monday, May 15, and the Western Christian girls’ golf team could not overcome that extra hurdle.
SPIRIT LAKE-It was a disappointing loss for the Western Christian girls’ soccer team Monday, May 15. The Wolfpack fell short to Spirit Lake with a 2-1 final score in Hull.