Author Archives: Tad Barry

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Summer Sports Postseason Continues (7/15)

The Iowa Girls Athletic Union softball playoffs continued last night with a trip to the State Tournament on the line for a few area teams. In a game heard right here on KCHA FM last night, the Osage Green Devils softball team traveled to Emmetsburg to take on Spirit Lake in a regional final. Spirit

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Local and Area Sports July 9, 2014

In a double header heard on KCHA AM last night, some last second heroics were on display as the Comet baseball team was able to salvage a split with Oelwein. In game two, the Comets found themselves in an extremely deep hole 9-0 heading into the bottom of the seventh. Charles City would then begin

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Girls State Golf Recap

After round one of two, the Charles City Comet girls golf team sits in third place overall with 376 team strokes. The Comets are two strokes behind Mount Pleasant for second place and are 24 strokes of the leader Cedar Rapids Xavier. Xavier had the low two individuals after day one with Charles City’s Megan

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Local Girl Linksters Qualify for State Meet

Northeast Iowa is becoming a premiere area for girls golf the last couple of years, and yesterday was no exception. Both the Charles City Comet and Nashua Plainfield girls golf teams qualified for their respective state golf tournaments. The Comet girls competed in Waverly at their Municipal Golf Course against a very tough field. Behind

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Area Prep Golf Results

The Charles City Comet boy’s golf team completed their season at home with the Northeast Iowa Conference Golf meet at Cedar Ridge yesterday. The Comets were able to land two golfers in the top fifteen to earn all-conference honors as both Skyler Koebrick and Nate Lasher accomplished the feat. The Charles City Comet girls golf

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Drive 4 UR School is Back!

Ford Motor Company and Mike Molstead Motors are teaming up once again to put on a Drive 4 UR School Event tomorrow. Fundraising Chair for the Charles City Schools Booster Club, Kim Arndt, explains the event and how it benefits the schools. Charles City has yet to raise the full $6000 in previous events, so

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CC Comet Girls Track Preview (part 2)

Featuring part two of our preview of the Charles City Comet Girl’s Track and Field Team. Head Coach Darren Bohlen says the Northeast Iowa Conference features some stiff competition again this year and it all starts with perennial powerhouse Decorah. Although the Vikings will be the heavy favorite, Coach Bohlen says don’t count out this

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