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Freshman Brody Bendorf (right) goes after Senior Bluejay Ricky Ponce while Lukas Francis runs with the ball behind him attempting to get around Perry’s defense.
After a dominant 49-7 victory over the Perry Bluejays Friday night at home, the Cyclones will head out on the road and turn their attention to the Nevada Cubs in a contest that may determine a playoff berth for HCHS. The Cubs come in with a 5-1 record with their most recent victory coming Friday...
From L-R, AHSTW Seniors Ellie Hoffmann, Lauren Yates, Delaney Goshorn, Miranda Akers, Lydia Pace, Maegan Akers, Saydi Paulsen and Lillian Scott honored following their win over the Eagles.
Tuesday night, in set five of their volleyball match, AHSTW Senior Lauren Yates knocked a shot over the net that effectively secured the victory 15-13 and won their 7th match of the season beating the Underwood Eagles. “It was so important for us to show ourselves we can finish those types of games...
Senior Matthew Sorfonden (right) came away with 17 tackles during Friday’s road match against the Creston Panthers.
For the first time in a decade, the Perry Bluejays will make an appearance at Merrill Field taking on the HCHS Cyclones Friday night during homecoming. “It’s always a fun time for the kids and the community,” said Cyclone Head Coach Todd Bladt. “It’s a celebration of people coming back and having...
Freshman Brinley Van Baale competes with her team at the Harlan Invitational Saturday morning finishing with a time of 24:19.51, the 14th fastest among the girls junior varsity runners and third fastest among Harlan junior varsity runners.
Cyclone Junior Lindsey Sonderman continues to dominate the sport of running with yet another first place finish of 18:55.90 at the Harlan Invitational, just five seconds ahead of Junior Charlotte Gregor from Omaha South who finished with 19:00.64. “It was good for her to get back out there after...
Junior Jozef Reisz gets his leg caught up in an attempted tackle, but was able to get out of it before being brought down for a first down.
Any number of old-time football sayings would have described Friday night’s battle in Creston between the HCHS Cyclones and Panthers. Fighting uphill the entire night, the Cyclones faced deficits of 8-0, 15-0, 22-7, and 22-14, but still managed to come back to tie the game at 22 late in the fourth...
Senior Eryn Ramsey serves the ball in the backcourt against the Audubon Wheelers.
It has been a bumpy road as of late for the IKM-Manning volleyball team with their eighth consecutive loss coming Thursday night at home against the Audubon Wheelers, losing three straight sets, 25-10, 25-23, and 25-13. “Going into the season we knew that we had a tough schedule and we have to be...
Senior Delaney Goshorn goes up for a shot at the net during set four against the Lady Reds.
Tuesday night during set five of its volleyball match to the Missouri Valley Lady Reds, the AHSTW Vikings were handed its sixth loss in its previous seven matches. Lady Reds Senior Henley Arbaugh served the ball in the backcourt, which deflected off Vikings Junior Grayson Gettler out of bounds for...
Junior Masen Shults plays defense with the Cyclones during their game against Sergeant Bluff.
After coming off an impressive 42-6 victory over the Sergeant Bluff-Luton Warriors, the Cyclones will head to Creston Friday to take on the undefeated Panthers team, which is coming off a dominant 50-21 win over the Carroll Tigers. “It’s always interesting going down to Creston,” said Cyclone Head...
The Cyclones defensive line stops the Warriors offense holding them to just six points on the night.
The Cyclones struck early Friday night against Sergeant Bluff on a 17-yard touchdown run by Senior running back Noah Schmitz with just over a minute played. The Cyclones cruised to a 42-6 victory. “It was nice to get on them early,” said Cyclones Head Coach Todd Bladt. “We had a little hole in...
Junior Mayne Jorgensen serves the ball in the backcourt during Thursday’s home volleyball match against the Woodbine Tigers.
Thursday’s volleyball match between the Exira-EHK Spartans and the Woodbine Tigers started off in a back-and-forth affair, but the Tigers ultimately came away with the victory winning sets four and five 25-12 and 15-9 to earn its fifth win of the season and hand the Spartans its fifth loss. “I...

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