Iowa City Regina

Regina reclaims top spot in 1A

Iowa City Regina established itself as the best private-school football team in the area, and our voting panel took note.

Regina returned to the No. 1 spot in the Class 1A football rankings, as voted upon by seven-person committee by [...]

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Regina seizes opportunity, beats 3A power Xavier

CEDAR RAPIDS – One of the first things Marv Cook addressed in his postgame huddle Friday night what that his players should realize the importance of the opponent’s graciousness.

“They gave us this opportunity,” t [...]

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Brinkman, Regina run wild on Columbus Junction

IOWA CITY — Jake Brinkman showed he’s more than just a power back.

Brinkman rushed for a career-high 172 yards and two long touchdowns in No. 2 Iowa City Regina’s 52-6 romp over Columbus Junction last night at Reg [...]

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Perfect start propels Regina to easy win

IOWA CITY — Imagine everything in the first 14 minutes of a high-school football game going your way. Everything.

That’s where second-ranked Iowa City Regina found itself Friday night in its homecoming game against High [...]

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Regina clicks with prolific pass attack

IOWA CITY — A warning to the rest of the state: Drew Cook and Iowa City Regina look more determined than ever following that loss two weeks ago.

Cook threw for 210 yards and four touchdowns as the second-ranked Regals rolled Si [...]

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Regals bounce back against Cascade

IOWA CITY — The question facing Regina’s football team was how it would perform after suffering the first loss in 57 games last week at Solon. The Regals showed the resilience that was the hallmark of that long winning streak. [...]

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State record in hand, Regals’ streak moves on to bigger things

IOWA CITY — Drew Cook admitted he has looked it up.

“I have, a while ago,” he said. “But I don’t know anymore. Are we second?”

He was asking about Iowa City Regina’s place in the [...]

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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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Monticello’s Felton repeats after switch

Tanner Felton switched positions out of necessity.

After an all-state junior year in left field for the Monticello Panthers, Felton unselfishly moved behind the plate to close out his high school career. He did it with impressive resu [...]

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Starting early a key to success

From eighth-grade varsity players to sophomore all-staters. That’s been the path for Alburnett catcher Maddison Volesky and shortstop Taylor Huber.

“Both kids, they started hot and just kind of stayed hot,” Alburn [...]

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New Blazers lead Beckman at state

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

The current Dyersville Beckman baseball players haven’t skipped a beat.

After graduation depleted the starti [...]

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Regina sending Gahan out with state berth

SOLON — Jake Brinkman wanted to get his head coach to the state baseball tournament.

All season long, the senior pitcher and center fielder for Iowa City Regina has been preaching that in his 16th and final season, Andy Gahan w [...]

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Brinkman contributes to Regina’s district win

MOUNT VERNON — Jake Brinkman has done a little bit of everything for Iowa City Regina’s baseball team.

He used his arm and bat to help the Regals to a successful postseason start.

Brinkman belted a three-run home run in t [...]

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Regina ready for postseason

Iowa City Regina has waited for this opportunity for almost a year.

The Regals have been focused on a state tournament trek since last season came to a halt.

Regina takes on Mid-Prairie in an Iowa High School Athletic Association Class [...]

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Alburnett moves on

IOWA CITY — Maybe it was the full moon; maybe it hearkened back to something more fundamental like the length of the girls’ soccer season that took a number of players away from softball.

Whatever it was, Iowa City Regi [...]

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