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05/26/2020 - 2:44pm
Wednesday, May 19, Governor Kim Reynolds gave the okay for Iowa High Schools to resume participation in competitive athletics. Postville High School Athletic Director Brennan Williams said, “Right now we are working on ensuring the safety of the athletes, coaching staff and fans. We are working on ways to properly mark off spaces to keep proper social distancing practices in place, while,...
04/29/2020 - 11:32am
For 20 minutes on Friday night, Postville High School Administrative Assistant Teresa Berg was at Postville High School making sure the lights were on at the athletic fields. Across the state of Iowa, schools joined in the second week of the “Light Up Iowa.” The Iowa High School Athletic Directors Association proposed the idea online...
03/03/2020 - 5:35pm
Isaac Steffans attained his goal of punching his ticket to the state tournament when he won the district championship at Starmont February 15. He began his journey to the podium, on Thursday night, February 20 and it would continue until Saturday when he and the other place winners received their medals. Thursday night Isaac Steffans started his...
02/19/2020 - 1:07pm
Isaac Steffans punched his ticket to the state tournament Saturday when he was the champion in the 285 pound weight class at the district tournament held at Starmont. He won both of his matches to come away with the championship. Isaac will wrestle at Wells Fargo Arena Thursday in the first round of State Tournament action. His results were as...
01/15/2020 - 3:48pm
The wrestlers traveled to Elkader to compete in the Central tournament on Saturday. They placed fifth overall on the day.  The tournament was won by Waterloo West and Isaac Steffans placed first for the Pirates. Team scores are as follows: Waterloo West, 288; Starmont, 207; New Hampton/Turkey Valley, 183; Ed-Co, 182; Postville, 155.5; Decorah...
01/15/2020 - 3:39pm
Dunkerton The girls traveled to Dunkerton last week and were not able to focus early as they fell behind 18-5 at the end of the first quarter and found themselves down by double digits all of the second quarter. Although they fought back and out scored the opponent in the third, they would come out on the short end, losing 36-65. Clayton Ridge The...
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