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Bleacher brawl at Northside school injures administrator and stops game

A Washington Township school administrator was injured in a fight that broke out between two adults and escalated into a brawl Thursday night near the end of a girls basketball game at Westlane Middle School. 448 more words

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Camanche boys, girls sweep 1-A bowling titles

No matter which bowling team you’re competing for at Camanche, you’re a state champ.

The Camanche boys and girls swept the state’s Class 1-A bowling team championships Monday at Plaza Lanes in Des Moines. 242 more words

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Creston wrestler discharged from hospital; cause of scare revealed


Jason Reyes of Fort Dodge, Iowa, left, tries to release a paper lantern during a candlelight vigil for the deaths of Amy Devlin, 25, her 6-month-old son, Bryce Devlin, and 5-year-old Joseph Kennedy, who were all killed in a house fire in Fort Dodge on Sunday, Feb. 849 more words

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Regina girls basketball to face biggest obstacle yet

Two games into what was dubbed a rugged journey to the state tournament, Regina has proved to be more than up to the task.

The task and the opponent both get significantly bigger on Monday night. 685 more words

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State Wrestling: SE Polk Brings Home Another Title

DES MOINES – Another state wrestling tournament is in the books.  42 Champions crowned Saturday night at Wells Fargo Arena in Des Moines.

Southeast Polk cruised to the 3A team title scoring 193 points, the 2nd highest point total of all-time.  68 more words

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Saturday's area basketball results


Dallas Center-Grimes 56,

Grinnell 45

GRIMES, Ia. – The Mustangs hit 7-of-9 free throws down the stretch to capture the win at home. Three players scored in double digits, led by Lexi Rosa with 15 points. 211 more words

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Solon's Fritz, Linderbaum fall in semifinals

DES MOINES – Hard to believe Cole Fritz began this season 2-4.

And Fritz and Logan Linderbaum aren’t the wrestlers Solon coach TJ Bevans thought would be the lone two standing for a shot at the state finals. 469 more words

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