Sidney seniors Kelsey Hobbie and Olivia Larsen were both Elite First Team Selections to the Corner Conference's All-Conference volleyball teams, released Friday, Nov. 15.
Shenandoah senior Nichole Gilbert was the only Fillies player that received all-conference recognition as the Hawkeye 10 Conference released its all-conference teams, Friday, Nov. 15.
CEDAR RAPIDS – The Sidney Cowgirls saw adversity in the form of the North Tama Redhawks, Thursday, Nov. 14 in a state volleyball semifinal, but the Cowgirls battled back to earn a 3-1 win and a spot in Friday’s final.
CEDAR RAPIDS – Kelsey Hobbie finished with 17 kills as the top-ranked Sidney Cowgirls easily swept Springville in a Class 1A state quarterfinal, Wednesday, Nov. 13 at the U.S. Cellular Center.
Brenna Godfread and Mitchell Jones were named Shenandoah cross country’s Most Outstanding Runners during the annual Friend of Youth/Cross Country Banquet, sponsored by the Shenandoah Optimist Club, Monday, Nov. 11.
Sidney senior Thomas Wilson and Fremont-Mills junior Seth Malcom took home two of the three top district awards as Class 8-Player District 7 released its all-district teams, Tuesday, Nov. 12.
Fremont-Mills junior Seth Malcom ran for two touchdowns and passed for another, but Remsen St. Mary’s scored the game’s final 14 points, Friday, Nov. 8, for a 34-20 win over the Knights in a Class 8-Man state quarterfinal.
Shenandoah graduate and Iowa Central freshman Kealey Anderson was named the Iowa Community College Athletic Conference (ICCAC) Division II Freshman of the Year, Thursday, Nov. 7.
SHENANDOAH – Senior Natalie Gilbert, junior Jasmine Rogers and sophomore Allie Eveland took home the varsity team awards during Shenandoah volleyball’s annual banquet, Tuesday, Nov. 5.
SHENANDOAH – Senior Kyle Cerven was named the Shenandoah football season MVP during the team’s annual banquet, Monday, Nov. 4 at the Shenandoah Elks Lodge.
TABOR – The Sidney Cowgirls will play in the state volleyball tournament for a fifth consecutive season after a regional final sweep (25-20, 25-14, 25-20) of East Mills, Tuesday, Nov. 5.
FORT DODGE – Sidney senior Noah Jorgenson completed his final cross country season with a second place finish in the Class 1A race at the state meet, Saturday, Nov. 2.
FORT DODGE – Shenandoah’s Brenna Godfread and Sarah Gilbert both beat their previous best state meet time, placing 54th and 80th, Saturday, Nov. 2 at the state cross country meet.
In a game that saw both star running backs leave due to injury, it was Fremont-Mills who adjusted better and advanced to the state quarterfinals with a 22-6 win over Coon Rapids-Bayard, Friday, Nov. 1.