Sports

08/14/2019 - 11:37am

The 2019 Cowboy baseball team finished at 8-16 overall, with a 5-9 conference record which put them in sixth place. Webster City took the crown at 12-2 followed by Humboldt at 11-3 and Clear Lake at 9-5. Four players made the North Central All-Conference lists. Nate Rapp and Tyler Stein were named to the 1st Team and Reed Abbas to the 2nd Team in balloting by league coaches. Brier Boyd...

07/31/2019 - 11:00am
The Cowgirl softball team finished with a 3-19 overall record, and were 2-12 in North Central Conference play. Humboldt took the title at 13-1, followed in the top three by Webster City at 12-2 and St. Edmond at 8-6. Megan Askelsen (Sr.) and Courtney Harle (Jr.) were both named to the 3rd Team in league balloting. The team had 589 total at-bats...
07/17/2019 - 12:03pm
It proved to be a tough test last Wednesday in Waterloo as the Columbus Catholic Sailors defeated the Cowgirls 11-1 in four innings in first-round regional action. Emily Kapka brought in Vanessa Kolb for their only run in the first inning. Megan Askelsen ended up 2 for 3, with Courtney Harle and Clarrisa Hasty getting a base hit each. Gabby...
07/17/2019 - 11:59am
Last Thursday in Eagle Grove, it was a fun night for the Cowboy baseball team as the ball seemed to be much bigger coming across the plate as it actually is. The result of that was a 14-2 win over the Eagles, with Nate Rapp belting a homerun and a triple and finishing with six total RBI. Cael Chase and Preston Gardner both ripped doubles, with...
07/10/2019 - 3:25pm
After having to cancel their first two events, the Wright County Shooting Association was finally able to host their opening competitive shoot of the season last Sunday at the gun range on Reed Avenue east of Clarion. “We mud-ed out in April, and got rained out in May, and even though it was very hot we got through it,” said Lynn Barz...
07/10/2019 - 3:24pm
On Monday, July 1, the Clarion-Goldfield-Dows baseball team dropped a 20-8 game at Humboldt. The red & black scored one in the first, two more in each of the next two innings and plated three scores in the fourth. However, that was more than offset by a high-powered Wildcat offensive barrage of five in the first and eight runs in the fourth...
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