Cedar Rapids Washington

GAZETTE’S FALL FAB FIVE TEAMS

The new weekly feature ranks the top five C.R. and Marion Metro sports program regardless of sport and class.

1. C.R. WASHINGTON FOOTBALL — The Warriors (4-0) have been impressive so far this [...]

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Warriors pounce on Linn-Mar

 

MARION — On paper, the battle of unbeatens Cedar Rapids Washington and Linn-Mar had the potential to be an intense, highly competitive classic.

But reality set in on the turf.

Third-ranked Washington exploded for 36 [...]

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New rule lift limitations on prep golf coaches

Imagine a football coach limited to talking to players in between series, or a softball coach unable to talk to players from the time they reach base until they return to the dugout.

Prep golf coaches used to face similar restrictions, being [...]

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Xavier’s Martin made putting routine

CEDAR RAPIDS — Sam Martin owns a detail-oriented and specific approach when he prepares to putt.

Once on the green, the Cedar Rapids Xavier sophomore surveys the putting surface from all angles. He takes his time and occasionally glan [...]

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Shutout tastes sweet for Washington

CEDAR RAPIDS – They gave up 111 points the previous two seasons to Iowa City West, so looking up at the scoreboard Friday night at Kingston Stadium and seeing a big, fat zero wasn't just a relief for the Cedar Rapids Washington Warriors.

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Kennedy captures CRANDIC team title

IOWA CITY — Golf is supposed to be an individual sport, but you might not hear that from Cedar Rapids Kennedy.

The current crop of Cougars have woven individual performance with the team aspect, creating a winning formula.

Kenne [...]

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Experience shows for Washington in rout

CEDAR RAPIDS — At this time last season, Cedar Rapids Washington Coach Paul James was looking for answers from a young team that had just dropped a 14-10 decision to crosstown Cedar Rapids Kennedy and was winless in three starts.

A ye [...]

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Experience shows for Washington in rout

CEDAR RAPIDS — At this time last season, Cedar Rapids Washington Coach Paul James was looking for answers from a young team that had just dropped a 14-10 decision to crosstown Cedar Rapids Kennedy and was winless in three starts.

A ye [...]

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Football between coaching friends

CEDAR RAPIDS — Consider it football among friends.

Despite the mutual respect and connections between the Cedar Rapids Kennedy and Cedar Rapids Washington coaching staffs, Cougars first-year head coach Brian White would like nothing m [...]

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Washington outlasts Jefferson, 43-26

CEDAR RAPIDS — Cedar Rapids Washington Coach Paul James did not expect perfection in the opening week.

He couldn’t have expected a late start, a weather delay, muggy weather that led to widespread cramping among players [...]

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2014 Iowa prep football preview

High school football season is less than a week away, and we have everything you need to prepare for the season. Check out the inside story on your school -- its schedule, key returning players, practice photos, and much more.

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Kennedy’s Sutton posts impressive start

Cedar Rapids Kennedy’s Davis Sutton opened Mississippi Valley Conference play in the same manner he closed it last year.

He left his conference colleagues settling for second.

Sutton finished atop the MVC Mississippi Division la [...]

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Lindwall claims medalist honors at Blue top Ridge

RIVERSIDE — The round was not the typical performance from Frank Lindwall.

The Cedar Rapids Washington sophomore will accept the outcome.

Lindwall overcame an ability to reach greens in regulation by thriving around and on them. [...]

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2014 Prep Golfers To Watch

Conner Koberg, sr., C.R. Kennedy, Finished fifth at 2013 Class 4A state meet, Iowa High School Golf Coaches Association first-team all-state selection. first-team all-conference and first-team all-Metro, 73.09 18-hole average

Davis Sutton, s [...]

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2014 Prep Golf Teams To Watch

CEDAR RAPIDS KENNEDY — The Cougars are loaded again, coming off two straight state runner-up finishes to go with district and conference title streaks. Kennedy has all six golfers from last year’s state tournament back, looking for t [...]

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