Author Archives: Tad Barry

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Area Volleyball Scores and Updates (8/29)

The Nashua Plainfield Husky volleyball team picked up a couple of victories last night at home. They beat 12th ranked Hudson in match number one 2-1. Sets went 22-25, 25-22, 15-11. In that match, Briley Fisher had 9 kills, and Hanna Holthaus had 8. Aubrey Bienneman finished with 23 assists and Samantha Hyde was a


Thursday’s HS Volleyball Action

There is some volleyball action to look forward to that our area schools will be competing in tonight. The Nashua-Plainfield Huskies will host Dunkerton in a varsity match-up. First serve is scheduled for 6:45pm. The Rockford Warrior Volleyball team will kick off their season tonight in Clarksville. The varsity game is scheduled to start at

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Local Baseball Teams Ousted

In a game heard right here on KCHA Friday night, the Charles City Comet baseball team opened up postseason play with a District game against Decorah in Waverly. The Comets fell behind early, but were able to hang with the perennial powerhouse Vikings throughout the game to make it an exciting one. All and all

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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


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


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