Author Archives: Tad Barry

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KCHA Sports Report (3/26)

KCHA Sports Report (3/26)

College basketball is on a lot of people’s minds this time of year, especially with the Sweet 16 starting tonight.  We will cover some college football however during this sports report. The Iowa football team opens spring drills without Jake Rudock at quarterback. The two year starter for the Hawkeyes may be transferring after C.J.


KCHA Local Sports Report (3/24)

The Charles City Comet boys and girls track teams will compete in the Northeast Iowa Conference Indoor track meet today at Wartburg College.  The meet time is set for 5pm and all the NEIC teams, Crestwood, Decorah, Oelwein, Waverly-Shell Rock, Waukon, and New Hampton will be represented. Burglary charges are pending against three University of

Red bowling ball knocking over pins in a perfect strike

Local Athletes Earn Postseason Honors (3/12)

The Charles City Comet boys and girls bowling teams recently had some individuals honored as the All-District Teams came out.  The Comets had two athletes named to the first team, Tyler Brockney a junior for the Comet boys and Macy Ross a freshman for the Comet girls.  Brockney finished the year with a 211 average

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Area Girls Earn INA All-State Honors (3/10)

The Iowa Newspaper Association recently released its selections for the Iowa Girls All-State Basketball teams and a few area athletes were awarded.  Osage Green Devil freshman Ellie Friesen was named to the Class 3A second team after her outstanding season.  Friesen was second in the state with 84 three point field goals made and averaged

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KCHA Local Sports Report (3/9)

The Iowa Girls High School Athletic Union held its basketball state championship games in Classes 1A-5A over the weekend.  In Class 1A, Newell-Fonda beat Springville 45-43 on Friday night.  Also on Friday night, Unity knocked off North Linn 69-40 to claim the Class 2A title.  In the Class 3A championship on Saturday, it was Nevada

Scoring the winning points at a basketball game

KCHA Local Sports Report (3/2)

The Nashua Plainfield Husky boys basketball team was in Mason City on Saturday night in a Class 1A sub state final looking to make it to the state tournament.  The Huskies started out slow as against West Hancock as Nashua gave up 17 of the first 18 points of the game and trailed at the

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State Wrestling Wrap-Up and More (2/23)

The Iowa State Wrestling Championships wrapped up over the weekend, here is how our area wrestlers did.  The Osage Green Devils had two athletes in the state finals in Class 2A, Brady Jennings at 138 pounds and Tristan Johnson at 152 pounds.  Jennings was looking to improve on his runner-up position last year and did

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Local Sports Report (2/18)

The Iowa High School Girls Athletic Union continued with their basketball playoffs in Classes  1A and 2A last night with a couple of area teams competing.  The Rockford Warrior girls were in a 1A District three quarterfinal against Northwood Kensett.  The Warriors battled hard, but in the end it was the Vikings who advanced to