A look at a few questions asked during Ryan Shaver’s interview with Iowa State football coach Paul Rhoads.
Charles City’s Hali Hillegas will play volleyball for Iowa State after her senior year. Hear why she made that decision.
Donna Forsyth might be the Charles City volleyball team’s new coach this year, but she’s definitely not new to the program.
After winning just three games last year, the Rebels are hungry to get back to their winning ways.
Byron’s Wayne Courtney recently made his first hole-in-one, but he didn’t stop there.
Hear what a few local Timberwolves fans had to say.
New West Fork football coach Eric Gabe is getting the Warhawks ready for a fresh start this season.
Spencer Halloran put up some eye popping numbers during his career as West Fork’s quarterback, but this year there’s a new Warhawk under cen…
The Wolverines open their season on August 22nd.
Algona and Newman led the way this summer.
Hillegas had 1,074 assists as a junior.
KIMT’s Pigskin Preview show airs on Sunday, August 24th.
Five area teams were crowned state champions this year (along with several individuals).
Fink is the only national champion golfer in NIACC history.
Highlights also include amateur baseball from Osage
The Warriors season opener is August 23rd against Mayville State.
Burgmeier and the Knights are playing for the Class 1A State Title on Saturday.
Newman will play Twin Cedars for the Class 1A State Championship on Saturday.
Korte, Looft, Feldman, Dolan, Mohl, and Forsyth named 1st Team All-State.
Newman is looking for their third straight trip to the state championship game.
Local sports talk with AJ Ellingson and Jared Patterson.
Several standout performances highlighted a great summer of softball.
Waldorf Press Release: FOREST CITY – After more than four decades on the sidelines, Denny Jerome is stepping down from his position as head …
Algona finishes the year with a 27-8 record.
The Hall of Fame ceremony will be held Sunday, September 21st.
All proceeds from the event go directly to the NIACC Athletic Program.
The Vikings held their first training camp scrimmage on Monday.
The coaches for both our local baseball teams at the state tournament have rich winning traditions.
Algona senior Weston Shaw went 11-0 for the Bulldogs during the season and is now looking to build on that success at the state tournament.
The Algona Bulldogs are heading to the state baseball tournament for the third time ever, but the road there was anything but easy.