The Decorah Nespapers
February 26, 2017
Great athletes, great students
Four members of the Decorah girls golf team were named academic all-state by the Iowa Girls Coaches Association and Iowa High School Golf Coaches Association. Criteria includes being a senior, having at least a 3.75 grade point average, scoring at least a 27 on the ACT and playing varsity for at least half the meets. Recognized are, from left - Ashley Gulrud, Melanie Gossman, Autumn DeLong, Chloe Gossling. (Photo by Jennifer Bissell)
  • g-Force local volleyball club is set to host a tournament at Luther College Sunday, Feb. 26. 
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  • Send off for Trojans Sunday
    There will be a pep rally on Sunday, Feb. 26, at 12:30 p.m. in the Turkey Valley gym to send off the Turkey Valley girls basketball team as they head to state.
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  • Back-to-back; Trojans headed to state
    Get ready, Wells Fargo Arena.
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  • Grapplers end seasons at state
    Dreams of a state title ended for three Winneshiek County wrestlers.
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  • Three until state; Trojans down Kee 49-42
    The Turkey Valley boys basketball team (14-8, 12-5 UIC) edged a win over district rival Kee 49-42 Thursday, Feb. 16, at a neutral site in Postville.
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  • Vikings end season with No. 1 Go-Hawks
    The Decorah girls basketball team (4-19, 1-12 NEIC) fell to top-ranked Waverly-Shell Rock (16-6, 12-1 NEIC) 65-23 in the regional playoffs Saturday, Feb, 18 on the road, ending its 2016-2017 season in the regional semifinals for Class 4A.
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  • Warriors fall at Osage
    The South Winn boys basketball team (6-17) fell to Osage 62-46 Thursday, Feb. 16.
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  • No. 2 Trojans one game from state
    For the third straight season, the Class 1A No. 2 Turkey Valley girls basketball team is in the regional finals.
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  • Ihde into quarterfinals
    Decorah junior Class 2A No. 8-ranked Philip Ihde (120 pounds) is into the Class 2A quarterfinals at the state wrestling tournament.
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  • Deep breath; No. 2 Trojans survive 60-49
    It wasn’t exactly the start they were looking for but the final outcome made Turkey Valley fans happy as the Class 1A No. 2 Turkey Valley girls basketball team (19-2) took the first step in a return bid to the state tournament, defeating Mason City Newman Catholic (11-12) 60-49 Tuesday night in Jackson Junction.
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  • Warriors get big win over Cougars; Osage up next
    They’ve survived the first round.
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  • In the inaugural season for the Decorah bowling team, the Vikings just fell short of qualifying for state on the boys side while the girls posted their best score of the year.
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  • After trailing at halftime, the Decorah boys basketball team (10-11, 7-5 NEIC) put together a strong second half, defeating Crestwood (8-12, 6-6 NEIC) 67-61 at home in the regular season finale.
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  • Hager receives Complete Q
    It was a memorable Saturday for the Decorah Swim Club (DEC) who hosted their first ever USA Swimming home meet at the Luther College Aquatic Center Feb. 4.
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  • The Northeast Iowa Rugby Club will be kicking off its fifth season as a club this spring.
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