Iowa Prep Sports

Roland-Story ends South Winn’s strong season

Warriors fall, 4-1, in state quarterfinal

DES MOINES — South Winneshiek has produced a memorable season.

It may have ended a couple games sooner than the Warriors had hoped,...

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Kennedy’s Daniels, Hoyer honored by MVC

All-conference baseball teams released

Cedar Rapids Kennedy junior pitcher-infielder Zach Daniels has been selected Athlete of the Year in the Mississippi Division of the Mississippi...

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IHSBCA Class 4A all-District Rankings

Kennedy, West three first-team picks apiece

Cedar Rapids Kennedy and Iowa City West led the way with three first-team selections to the Iowa High School Baseball Coaches Association...

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IHSBCA All-District teams

Class 1A, 2A and 3A selections

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New Blazers lead Beckman at state

Beckman vies for third straight state title

DES MOINES — The song has the same melody and words. The band playing the tune, however, is different this time.

The current...

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Cornwell kicks South to 23-7 win

Ex-City High prep nails 3 field goals in Shrine Bowl

CEDAR FALLS — Iowa City High’s Drew Cornwell nailed three field goals as the South all-stars prevailed for the fourth...

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Wiltgen too much for Lone Tree

Lions held to 1 hit in 3-0 state tourney loss

DES MOINES — The Lone Tree Lions saw some good pitching this season. Just not this good.

Not this dominant.

“It’s...

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Lowary, DCG deny Solon

Softball: Spartans manage just 1 hit in 4A softball final, fall 5-0

FORT DODGE — No what-ifs. No should-haves.

The Solon Spartans simply got beat.

“We got beat, and we got beat...

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State softball schedule & scores

2014 STATE SOFTBALL TOURNAMENT

At Rogers Sports Complex, Fort Dodge

FRIDAY

Class 1A Third-Place

Ackley AGWSR 9,...

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Akron-Westfield ends Kee’s run

Softball: Hawks lead after 3 innings, but Westerners answer in a big way

FORT DODGE — Don’t look at 12-1. Look at the big picture.

“In two years, we went from absolutely nothing to...

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