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Caleb Helgeson is the State Champion in Wrestling

February 24, 2021

On February 20, 2021, Caleb Helgeson '21 won the wrestling state championship at 170 pounds. Helgeson won in a 4-1 decision against Des Moines Lincoln's Mickey Griffin, which includes a takedown in the...

Bella Heikes '21 finishes the race. Bella Heikes was the top runner on the team as she placed third overall with a 18:20. the Girls' cross country team won their fourth state title in five years.

Girls Cross Country Win State, Boys Place 10th

Joel Kellar, Sports Editor November 18, 2020

At the state meet on Oct. 30, the Girls' cross country team won their fourth state title in five years. They continued their dominance in Iowa with four all-state runners; Bella Heikes '21, Olivia Verde...

Aidan O'Conner '23 finishes the varsity race. Varsity placed fourth overall at the fourth annual Steve Johnson Invite.

Boys Cross Country Dominates At Steve Johnson Invite

Joel Kellar, Sports Editor October 6, 2020

The Boys' cross country team dominated at all levels on Saturday, Oct. 3 at the 4th annual Steve Johnson Invite in Waverly, IA. The varsity tied for fourth with Pleasant Valley, and lost to three of the...

Matt Borgemeier '21 finishes the race. Borgemeier placed second on the team and seventh overall.

Varsity Boys’ and Girls’ Cross Country Compete at Marshalltown

Joel Kellar, Sports Editor September 14, 2020

The boys' and girls' varsity cross country teams competed at the Marshalltown Bobcat Invite on Sept. 10. The boys' team placed second in their race only losing to Ankeny Centennial. The girls' team won...

The boys Varsity team starts the race in the front. They placed second at the meet only losing to Prairie by six points.

Boys and Girls Cross Country Open Their Season At Pleasant

Joel Kellar, Sports Editor September 10, 2020

The boys and girls varsity and top JV teams opened their season on Saturday September 5, 2020. Both teams started their seasons off well with both JVs winning their meets. The girls varsity won their race...

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