Halfman qualified for state in four events as a junior.
It was a great winter for some our area’s best athletes.
Forest City closed out the 2014-15 season at the state tournament.
K-M sophomore Brady Berge became a three-time state champion on Saturday.
Truckenmiller scored her 1,000th career point this season.
Neff led the Warhawks to an undefeated record in Corn Bowl Conference play.
Peters and the Bulldogs are 14-3 this season.
L-P hosts Randolph on Thursday.
Longcor and the Warriors host CAL on Thursday.
Sorenson is ranked #3 at 170 pounds in Class 2A.
Blooming Prairie is 11-1 this season.
She’s a quiet leader for the Crestwood girls and also leads the conference in scoring.
Tiara Van Gerpen is leading GHV’s Operation Christmas Child project this winter.
The Green Devils are 4-0 this season.
The senior is KIMT’s Student Athlete of the Week.
Before we get into the winter sports season, we are looking back at some of the best performances from the past three months.
Hillegas is a two-time KIMT Student Athlete of the Week.
Faber and the Lions began practice on Monday.
The Bulldogs will host Dyersville-Beckman on Friday.
The Green Devils will run at the state meet on Saturday.
Charles City will open up regional play on Thursday, October 30th.
Heading into Week 8, Rumpza has 30 touchdown passes this season.
Kortan and the Tigers host Waseca on Thursday.
Stephany and the Lions are at Waverly-Shell Rock on Friday.
Foster and the Comets host GHV on Friday.
Sydney Larson and Rachel Segura are KIMT’s Student Athletes of the Week.
St. Ansgar plays host to Lake Mills on Friday.
The Warhawks finished second place at state in 2013.
Koch and the Indians are ranked #14 in the Class 3A poll.
Abbas is a 3-year captain on the Hampton-Dumont Football Team.