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Week 4 HS Football Recap (9/22)

The Charles City Comets were able to win their second straight road district contest after a 40-8 drubbing of Crestwood in Cresco. The Comets started out slowly, especially on offense and took just a 12-8 lead into halftime. In the second half, Charles City made the adjustments and got their rushing attack on track as

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Week 4 Area Football Preview

The Charles City Comets will travel to Cresco tonight for their second straight road district game. You can tune into this one right here on KCHA FM starting with a pregame at 7pm, kickoff is scheduled for 7:30. Charles City is 2-1 overall and 1-0 in district play while Crestwood comes in at 0-3 and

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Volleyball Recap (9/19)

The Rockford Warrior volleyball team was on the road last night in a Corn Bowl Conference match-up with Saint Ansgar. The Saints won set 1 easily 25-9, Rockford came back to win set 2 25-16, St. Ansgar then took the next two 25-19 and 25-21 to claim the victory. Rockford was led by Skylar Schmitt

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Area Sports Weekend Wrap-Up (9/8)

The Charles City Comet Football Team was up against second ranked New Hampton Friday night and matched them stride for stride much of the game. After the Comets received the opening kick, a halfback pass from BJ Foster to Dallas Nehls that went for 42 yards set Charles City up nicely and they were able

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High School Football Week 2 Preview (9/5)

Week two of the Iowa High School Football season is set to begin, here are our area matchups for tonight. The Charles City Comets will host New Hampton in their first home game of the season and the last non district opponent before district play opens up next week. Both the Comets and Chickasaws enter

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Fall Sports Recap (9/3)

The Nashua Plainfield Husky Volleyball team hosted their Corn Bowl Conference opener against Central Springs last night. The Huskies started out slowly as they dropped the first set 19-25, but then found their groove as they won the next three 25-16, 25-14, and 25-16. Junior Briley Fisher led the offensive attack as she put down

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