Lentz will play golf and basketball for the Trojans.
The 4×400 relay will be one of Mason City’s strongest events this season.
Austin will host Minot in Game 1, Friday at 7:05.
North Iowa will play Dells on Friday at 6:00.
The Bulls play their first Pool C game against the Florida Junior Blades on Thursday.
Joerger finished third place at the 2013 Iowa High School State Golf Meet.
Pam Borton was fired by Minnesota last week.
The NIACC Baseball Team is scheduled to play at home Wednesday afternoon at 1.
Folin is expected to join the team Wednesday in Chicago.
Megan Joerger (3rd place in 2013) is back for her senior year.
Goalie Chris Amsden was awesome in net once again as the Bulls shut out Flint 3-0.
The weather is heating up; a sign golf season is just around the corner.
The Bulls beat Flint 7-3 in a preview of Sunday’s Silver Cup championship.
Our area’s state champs along with a handful of other top senior wrestlers hit the mat for one final time as preps Saturday.
North Iowa 7, St. Louis 0
Wagner ended her career with 3,957 career points.
North Iowa 7, Dallas 1.
Mike will be fighting in Salt Lake City on Friday night.
The new league will start in the Fall of 2015.
The Bulls will play their first game at the Silver Cup on Thursday.
The Warriors open conference play this Friday.
Carlie Wagner and Jade Schultz leave NRHEG with several all-time records.
A huge first period helped the Bulls take down Granite City 9-5 Sunday.
NRHEG senior Carlie Wagner will go down as one of the best girls basketball players in Minnesota history. More on what makes her so special.
The third-place Trojans returned home with some hardware, and a crowd of supporters were there to greet them.
Highlights and reaction from the NIACC women’s win in their third-place game at nationals.
Hear what the NRHEG girls had to say after beating K-W 71-61 in the state finals.
Highlights and reaction from NIACC’s national semi-final game against Mesa Community College.
Not only did the North Iowa Bulls beat Granite City Friday, but the team also signed two of Wisconsin’s best high school players.
North Iowa Bulls captain Matt Kroska has made his mark during his three-year career and has been huge during the playoffs so far.