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Exira-EHK Spartan Sophomore Bella Muller (center) stands proudly as the winner of the Iowa-Nebraska WSO Championship in Omaha. Muller took home first place in both her age and weight class.
Exira-EHK Sophomore Bella Muller continues to dominate in weightlifting taking home first place in the Iowa-Nebraska Weightlifting State Organization Championship. Muller also took home first place in her age group and had significantly less body weight than the other girls she competed against. “...
IKM-Manning Wolves head volleyball coach McKaylie Croghan gives her team a pep talk during their Class 2A Region 3 First Round match against the AHSTW Vikings.
McKaylie Croghan is the current head coach of the IKM-Manning Wolves volleyball team. Croghan has been with the Wolves for four years, one year of junior high and three years with varsity. Before coming to Manning, Croghan was a special education teacher at Glidden-Ralston high school. “I was in...
Elaina Vrchoticky was the lone member of her team that qualified for the State Meet in Marshalltown. She will be competing in the 50 and 100 meter freestyle.
After her performance Saturday at the Regional Meet in Waukee, future Olivet Nazarene swimmer and Cyclone Senior Elaina Vrchoticky qualified for the State Meet, set to be held Nov. 12 in Marshalltown. Vrchoticky has been one of the leaders of the team this season and head coach Stephenie Dale...
Senior Grace Porter celebrates her 1000th career dig for AHSTW volleyball after their Class 2A Region 3 First Round victory over the IKM-Manning Wolves at home.
Senior Grace Porter of AHSTW made history recently when she recorded her 1,000th dig during a playoff volleyball game against the IKM-Manning Wolves. Porter was quick to credit her teammates for this accomplishment. “I set this goal at the beginning of the season,” Porter said. “I wasn't sure if it...
From L-R, Sophomores Lindsey Sonderman, Brylee Schechinger and Senior Jenna Gessert take off from the starting line at the state meet in Fort Dodge Saturday morning.
For the final time this season, seven members of the HCHS girls varsity cross country gathered in Fort Dodge Saturday to compete in the state meet. Senior Jenna Gessert, Juniors Emily Schechinger and Taylor Bieker, Sophomores Lindsey Sonderman, Kayla Anderson and Brylee Schechinger and Freshman...
The HCHS storm out of the gate as they prepare to defend their state championship Friday night in the first round of the playoffs against the MOC-Floyd Valley Dutchmen. The Cyclones won 42-7.
Senior wide receiver and future Hawkeye Aidan Hall was the star of the night for the HCHS varsity football team as he had three touchdowns en route to a 42-7 first round playoff victory over the 6-3 #9 ranked MOC-Floyd Valley Dutchmen to begin the challenge of a title defense. “We did come out and...
Senior Elaina Vrchoticky takes home first place in the 200-yard freestyle event with a time of 2:06.90.
The HCHS girls swim team competed Tuesday night at the Lewis Central Invite and multiple girls stood out, including Senior Elaina Vrchoticky who won the 200-yard freestyle beating out the 2021 champion Hannah Steinmets, whose time was 2:08.82. Vrchoticky also finished second in the 100-yard...
Junior Maegan Akers jumps up for a shot during the Class 2A Region 3 First Round postseason game against the IKM-Manning Wolves. The Vikings season was ended by the Missouri Valley Lady Reds in the Class 2A Region 3 Quarterfinal postseason game Wednesday night on the road. Vikings finished 9-25 on the season.
Wednesday night on the road, the AHSTW Vikings varsity volleyball team battled the Missouri Valley Lady Reds (32-6) in the Class 2A Region 3 Quarterfinal, but lost in three straight sets; 25-12, 25-6 and 25-16. The Vikings were led by Freshman Halle Goodman with 12 assists, Junior Delaney Goshorn...
Sophomore Macy Mueller of the HCHS Cyclones serves the ball in the backcourt against the Atlantic Trojans. The Cyclones season was ended by the Cherokee Washington Braves in the Class 3A Region 2 Quarterfinal.
Monday night on the road, postseason volleyball began for the HCHS varsity team as they battled the Cherokee Washington Braves, losing three straight sets; 25-16, 25-21 and 25-20. This was the seventh consecutive loss for the Cyclones ending its hopes of making a deep postseason run. The Cyclones...
Senior Emmie Ring of the Wolves serves the ball in the backcourt against the AHSTW Vikings.
Volleyball playoffs got underway Monday in Avoca as the AHSTW Vikings and the IKM-Manning Wolves battled each other in a winner-take-all game. The Vikings got the best of the Wolves winning three of four sets. The Wolves finished 2-23 on the season, but head coach McKaylie Croghan was still proud...

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