Highlights from game one.
For the second straight game the Bobcats and Bruins went to OT, but this time Bismarck came out on top.
Highlights from the Warriors home opener against AIB.
The Austin Bruins opened the Central Division finals with a 5-4 OT win against Bismarck.
Highlights include: Austin/Winona (Base), Austin Girls T&F, CL/Algona/IF-A (Girls Golf), MC/GHV (Girls Soccer).
Austin hosts the first two games of the series.
Onoo picked Wartburg over UNI, Coe and Grand View.
Highlights include NIACC/IC (SB), NIACC/Luther JV (BB).
The Bucks begin their season on Saturday, April 26th.
Toppin finished 5th in the 1600 and 3rd in 3200 as a junior.
Johnson led the Comets to the 2012 State Championship.
Highlights include: MC/SEP (Girls Golf), CL/MC (Boys Soccer).
Gonzalez is a four-time state place winner.
The Drake Relays start Thursday, April 24th.
Larson is heading to Liberty University next season.
Williams graduated from Charles City in 1991.
Highlights from the NIACC HS All-Star BB games.
Hear local MMA fighter Mark Sainci break down Saturday’s win from backstage getting ready to doing work in the cage itself.
Bruins coach Chris Tok reacts to Saturday’s record-breaking game.
Doubleheader for NIACC Baseball
Highlights include NIACC baseball home opener
HS Softball NRHEG – 10 USC – 0 HS Baseball NRHEG – 1 USC – 8 Hayfield – 6 Triton – 4 HS Golf Girls 1. N-P (183) 2. New Hampton (206) 1. Sara…
Some history was made across the NIACC basketball program Thursday.
Two fighters from PHF Karate in Mason City are getting ready to put their skills on display Saturday.
Clear Lake junior Chandler Diercks is our Student Athlete of the Week.
Clear Lake senior Connor Nosbisch has his sights set on a second straight trip to state this year.
Highlights from a few of the races.
Both Trudy Peterson and Logan Anderson of Clear Lake will play for the NIACC women’s basketball team next season.
NRHEG seniors Carlie Wagner and Jade Schultz, both Gopher recruits, sat down with Ryan Shaver to talk about their new coach Marlene Stolling…
The Cardinals beat CAL/H-D/B-K 4-3 in sudden death.