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AHS is 2nd, BGHS 4th at Hannover Relays

Algona finished second, and Bishop Garrigan was fourth at the annual Hannover Relays girls track meet on Tuesday, April 9. The Bulldogs totaled 163 team points as the Golden Bears amassed 100.5 points as Humboldt won the team title.

Bulldog boys return 6 state qualifiers

A solid nucleus of six returning state qualifiers is back for the Algona Bulldog boys track team as they head into the 2019 campaign. The squad of 33 strong includes a total of 16 lettermen and is made up of nine seniors, 11 juniors, five sophomores and eight freshmen.

AHS girls have 7 state qualifiers back

Seven returning state qualifiers will return to build a solid foundation for the 2019 edition of the Algona Bulldog girls track squad. Co-coaches Tong Uk Yi and Brian Connick will return for their 11th year, and Liz Bradley will be assistant coach.
The red and black placed 39th at the Class 3A state track meet with one point, were regional champions at Nevada with a team total of 129 points and ended up in third place in the North Central Conference with 130 points.

Improvement key for young AHS girls

A pair of letter winners return for the 2019 edition of the Algona Bulldog girls golf squad. The red and black went 20-20 overall last year and were 4-3 in North Central Conference matches – good enough for third place in the league.
The Bulldogs finished in fifth place in the North Central Conference tournament in Mason City, with a team total of 440 and was fifth at the Class 3A regional meet in LeMars, with a team score of 408.

All 6 varsity golfers back for AHS boys

All six players that made up the varsity lineup last season return for the 2019 edition of the Algona Bulldog boys golf squad as the group heads into a new year.
The red and black's team this spring numbers 22 strong, including the six lettermen, and is made up of six seniors, five juniors, nine sophomores and a pair of freshmen.
Find this story in the Spring Sports Preview in the April 4 Advance.

BGHS girls have many letter winners

A nice group of 15 returning letter winners are back for the 2019 edition of the Bishop Garrigan Golden Bear girls track team. This year's squad of 29 consists of three seniors, seven juniors, nine sophomores and a crew of 10 freshmen.
The black and gold ended up in 39th place at the state meet with six points, was the runner-up at the Class 1A regional meet in Sioux Rapids with 117 points, and finished second in the Top of Iowa Conference meet with 123.3 team points.

Golden Bear boys return 4 lettermen

After placing seventh at the Class 1A state boys golf tournament in 2018 in Marshalltown, this season's edition of the Bishop Garrigan Golden Bears returns a total of four lettermen. The black and gold will be coached by Jared Montag, and he will be assisted by Victor Berte.
The Golden Bears were 32-9 overall last spring and went 4-0 in a much abbreviated Top of Iowa Conference season when a lot of matches were won by Mother Nature.

one state qualifier back for warriors

Just one state qualifier is back for the 2019 edition of the North Union Warrior girls track team. The squad numbers 23 strong with one senior, six juniors, five sophomores and 11 freshmen with 10 letter winners sprinkled among that group of young women.
The Warriors finished in 10th place at the Class 1A regional track meet in Sioux Rapids last spring with 33 points and took seventh in the Top of Iowa Conference meet in Lake Mills with 42 team points.

NU boys track returns 7 lettermen

A nice group of seven returning lettermen are back for the 2019 edition of the North Union Warrior boys track squad. This year's team of 12 is made up of one senior, three juniors, five sophomores and three freshmen.
The Warriors finished in sixth place at the Class 1A state track meet last season, with 32 points; the team was runner-up at the district meet in Sioux Rapids with 84 and took third at the Top of iowa Conference meet in Lake Mills with 97 team points.

Six letter winners back for girls golf

A nice gropu of six letter winners returns for the North Union Warrior girls golf squad as they head into the 2019 campaign.
Carole Bernhard returns for her seventh year as the head coach for the green, black and silver.
Find this story in the Spring Sports Preview in the April 4 Advance.

Warrior boys golf 16 players strong

The 2019 edition of the North Union Warror boys golf team returns six lettermen as the squad heads into the season, and Wes Gibbs will return for his second year as the squad's head coach.
This spring green,black and silver group of 16 young men consists of five seniors, no juniors, six sophomores and five freshmen.
Find this story in the Spring Sports Preview in the April 4 Advance.

Talented WB-M seeks more success

After placing sixth in last year's Class 1A state track meet, the West Bend-Mallard Wolverine girls track squad is looking for even more success in the spring of 2019 on the track under the direction of veteran Head Coach Eldon Mc Kimmey.
The purple and gold scored 16 ponts in the state meet in Des Moines. the Wolverines also placed eighth at the regional meet with a team total of 44 points and finished in fifth place at the Twin Lakes Conference meet with 66 team points.

WB-M has 7 lettermen returning

A nice group of seven lettermen return for the 2019 edition of the West Bend-Mallard Wolverine boys track team. This year's squad numbers 15 strong with three seniors, six juniors, four sophomores and a pair of freshmen.
The purple and gold placed 13th at the Class 1A district meet in Sioux Rapids with a total of 17 points and took 12th at the Twin Lakes Conference meet in Sioux Rapids with a team score of two points. The Wolverines will again be coached by Jerry Vanderhors.

WB-M girls feature six golfers

After having just one young woman out for golf last spring, the 2019 edition of the West Bend-Mallard Wolverine girls golf team has expanded to a grand total of six girls this year.
The purple and gold squad consists of one senior and five freshmen, and the team will be coached by th legendary golfing guru, Koy Goodchild.
Find this story in the Spring Sports Preview in the April 4 Advance.

Two lettermen back for Wolverines

A pair of lettermen will return as the West Bend-Mallard Wolverines boys golf team moves forward into the 2019 season with head Coach Koy Goodchild returning as the squad's lead mentor.
This year's team has a total of 12 young men out and is made up of a group that includes four seniors, one junior and five sophomores.
Find this story in the Spring Sports Preview in the April 4 Advance.

Rachel Fehr wins 400 at Gowrie

Class 1A state runner Rachel Fehr of West Bend-Mallard opened the 2019 season with a win in the 400-meter dash with her time of 1:01.74 to highlight the performances of the putple and gold at the Richard Ryan Relays on Monday, April 1.
Read all about the relays in the April 4 Advance.

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