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Waukon wrestling team splits four battles at MFL/MarMac Duals, finishes in sixth place at Northeast Iowa Conference Tournament


Works him over for a fall ... Waukon wrestling 285-pound senior Daniel Cowell muscles his Oelwein opponent to his back in one of the Indians’ four duals wrestled at MFL/MarMac Thursday, January 28. Cowell completed this move to pin his Husky foe in 3:05. View and find out how to purchase this photo and many more by clicking on the Photo Galleries link on this webpage.

The Waukon wrestling team had a busy latter portion week of this past week, competing in four dual meets late in the week before competing in a final weekend tournament prior to postseason competition. The Indians first competed in that four-dual event at MFL/MarMac Thursday, January 28, securing their first two dual meet victories of the season with wins over Clayton Ridge, 48-12, and over Oelwein, 45-34, but also falling to Postville, 44-30, and to the host Bulldogs, 66-9. The mat Tribe then competed in the Northeast Iowa Conference Tournament Saturday, January 30 at Decorah, finishing sixth in the final team standings while having sophomore Jakob Regan wrestle to a team-best individual runner-up finish at 120 pounds.

The wrestling Tribe is next scheduled to prepare for its Class 2A Sectional Tournament at Decorah this Saturday, February 6, beginning at 12 noon.

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Waukon bowling teams sweep Sumner-Fredericksburg at home


Pair rounds out team scoring ... Waukon girls bowling junior Abby Wiemerslage (photo above) and freshman Maya Dahlstrom (photo below) each send a ball toward the pins in the Indians’ 2096-1876 home win over Sumner-Fredericksburg Friday, January 29. The pair completed the bowling Tribe’s team scoring in the meet, with Dahlstrom rolling a 227 series and Wiemerslage bowling a 218. Standard photos by Joe Moses. View and find out how to purchase these photos and many more by clicking on the Photo Galleries link on this webpage.

Standard photo by Joe Moses

Roll past the 300 mark ... Waukon boys bowling sophomore Logan Lubahn (top photo) and senior Noah Schellsmidt (bottom photo) send the ball down the lane in the Indians’ 2534-2509 home win over Sumner-Fredericksburg Friday, January 29. Both rolled better than a 300-pin series, with Lubahn rolling a series total of 323 pins and Schellsmidt bowling a 340 series. Standard photos by Joe Moses. View and find out how to purchase these photos and many more by clicking on the Photo Galleries link on this webpage.

For the second time this season, both the Waukon girls and boys bowling teams came away victorious from a scheduled date, both squads recording victories at home over Sumner-Fredericksburg Friday, January 29. The Indian girls came away with a 2096-1876 victory for their fourth meet victory on the season and the Tribe boys completed the sweep by pulling out a close triumph, 2534-2509, to pick up their third victory of this 2020-2021 campaign.

The Indians had a winter weather threat cancel their Conference Tournament that had been scheduled for Saturday, January 30 at Cadillac Lanes in Waterloo.

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Waukon girls basketball team extends current victory streak to eight games with home wins over Clayton Ridge and New Hampton, and at Charles City


Charging a Chickasaw ... Waukon girls basketball junior Brenna Berns closes out on this New Hampton shooter in the Indians’ 52-30 home win over the Chickasaws Tuesday, January 26. Berns hit a jumper in the lane to score two points in the ballgame. View and find out how to purchase this photo and more by clicking on the Photo Galleries link on this webpage.

The Waukon girls basketball team continued its recent winning ways with another undefeated week to its credit, adding three more games to a now eight-game winning streak. That latest string of success began with a 50-28 home win over Clayton Ridge Monday, January 25 before handling New Hampton at home as well, 52-30, Tuesday, January 26. The bucket Tribe wrapped up the week with a 57-36 victory at Charles City Friday, January 29.

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Kee basketball boys end winless streak of nearly two decades vs. MFL/MarMac, complete sweep of Central and come up a bit short late at UIC-undefeated NFV

The Kee boys basketball team was within one quarter of playing to an undefeated week, winning two of its three games this past week. The Hawks opened the week avenging an early-season loss to MFL/MarMac and snapping a losing streak to the Bulldogs that dated back to 2002 with a 67-62 road triumph Tuesday, January 26. They closed out the week with a split of two consecutive nights of competition, finishing a regular season sweep of Central Elkader with a 65-40 road win Thursday, January 28 before coming up just a quarter short at Upper Iowa Conference-undefeated North Fayette Valley, 60-50, Friday, January 29.

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Waukon wrestling team comes up shy of the win column in final home double-dual and in five additional bouts at Denver Dual Tournament


Working for control ... Waukon wrestling 138-pound junior Owen Malone works to control his Charles City opponent in the Indians’ home double-dual event Thursday, January 21 with the Comets and Caledonia, MN. View and find out how to purchase this photo and many more by clicking on the Photo Galleries link on this website.

The Waukon wrestling team returned to competition late this past week after a two-week absence from competition due to weather postponements a week earlier. That return to action amounted to seven dual meets for the mat Tribe within 48 hours, starting with a double-dual loss at home Thursday, January 21 to both Charles City, 60-24, and Caledonia, MN, 56-18. The Indians then competed at the Denver Duals Tournament Saturday, January 23, falling in all five of those meets by scores of 57-20 to New Hampton/Turkey Valley, 40-39 to North Linn, 45-30 to North Fayette Valley, 60-24 to the host Denver squad and 40-34 to Dyersville Beckman.

The wrestling Tribe is next scheduled to wrap up its regular season dual meet schedule Thursday, January 28 at MFL/MarMac before wrestling in the Northeast Iowa Conference Tournament Saturday, January 30 at Decorah. The Indians will then prepare for their Class 2A Sectional Tournament at Decorah Saturday, February 6.

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Waukon boys basketball team a few points shy of undefeated week, wins big at MFL/MarMac and snaps 25-game W-SR skid, but streak ends at Beckman


All-around contributions ... Waukon boys basketball junior Pat Hennessy finishes a drive to the basket in the Indians’ 76-68 home win over Waverly-Shell Rock Friday, January 22. Hennessy finished the game with five points and also recorded three each of rebounds and assists while swiping a pair of steals. View and find out how to purchase this photo and more by clicking on the Photo Galleries link on this website.

The Waukon boys basketball team came up just shy of a second consecutive undefeated week, adding its first two games of this past three-game week in three consecutive nights to what became a six-game win streak before having that winning stretch snapped by a 70-65 loss at Dyersville Beckman Saturday, January 23. Prior to the end of that streak, the Indians posted considerable victories on the two consecutive nights prior, blasting MFL/MarMac on the Bulldogs’ home court, 86-55, Thursday, January 21 before snapping what had amounted to a 25-game losing streak to Waverly-Shell Rock spanning 12 seasons with a 76-68 home win over the Go-Hawks Friday, January 22.

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Kee girls basketball team splits pair of UIC match-ups

The Kee girls basketball team split its pair of games this past week in battles with fellow Upper Iowa Conference (UIC) teams near each end of the league standings at this point in the season. The Lady Hawks opened the past week with a 66-22 tripling up at winless Postville Tuesday, January 19 before falling for the second time this season to recently-ranked Turkey Valley by a 51-38 final margin at home Friday, January 22.

Now holding an even 7-7 overall record, 6-5 in Upper Iowa Conference play, the Kee girls were next scheduled to play at MFL/MarMac Tuesday, January 26, make up a January 15 postponed date at Central Elkader Thursday, January 28 and play at UIC-undefeated North Fayette Valley Friday, January 29 before returning home Tuesday, February 2 against Clayton Ridge. The Lady Hawks will then host South Winneshiek Friday, February 5 before wrapping up their regular season with a home non-conference date against East Buchanan Monday, February 8.

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Waukon girls basketball team pulls out overtime victory, 44-42, at Riceville

The Waukon girls basketball team had just one game on its schedule this past week, but what a game it turned out to be. The Lady Indians traveled to Riceville Saturday, January 23 to take on a Wildcat team that held a 14-2 season record that included an eight-game win streak, with the Indians putting an end to that streak but needing an overtime period to do so, 44-42. Defense was the name of the game in this rare Saturday match-up, as the Indians were held to their lowest four-quarter point total of the season in playing to a 34-34 scoreboard knot at the end of regulation play, with the only other games where they were held to as few as 44 points total this season both being losses to Class 4A seventh-rated Waverly-Shell Rock.

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Waukon girls basketball team plays to undefeated week with victories at North Fayette Valley and Crestwood and at home over Oelwein


Firing with focus ... Waukon girls basketball senior Bailey Shafer launches a three-point shot over a charging Oelwein defender in the Indians’ 55-23 home win over the Huskies Friday, January 15. Shafer dialed in a pair of these long distance calls to finish the game with six points. View and find out how to purchase this photo and more by clicking on the Photo Galleries link on this webpage.

The Waukon girls basketball team played its way to an undefeated week in a busy three-game slate this past week that took them on the road and back home, and in and out of the Northeast Iowa Conference. That week’s worth of wins improved the Tribe’s current win streak to four games and started with consecutive nights on the road that included a 59-51 triumph at previously undefeated North Fayette Valley Monday, January 11 followed by a Tuesday, January 12 win at Crestwood, 64-40. The Indians wrapped up the week with a 55-23 home win over Oelwein Friday, January 15.

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Waukon boys basketball team’s undefeated week includes win over unbeaten North Fayette Valley, avenging win over Crestwood and road win at Oelwein


Double-double effort ... Waukon boys basketball senior Creed Welch takes the ball to the basket amid some heavy defensive traffic in the Indians’ 61-53 home win over Crestwood Tuesday, January 12. Welch recorded a double-double effort in the ballgame, scoring 11 points and pulling down 12 rebounds while also dishing out seven assists, swiping three steals and blocking one shot. View and find out how to purchase this photo and more by clicking on the Photo Galleries link on this website.

Senior Creed Welch becomes “most helpful” player in program history as he surpasses career assist record of 252 assists held by 2000 WHS grad Ed Frick

The Waukon boys basketball team played a busy week of three games this past week and put all three games in the win column by increasingly convincing results to extend what has now amounted to a four-game win streak. The Indians opened the week pulling out a 67-64 victory at home in overtime against a previously undefeated North Fayette Valley team Monday, January 11 before notching another close victory at home, 61-53, Tuesday, January 12 over a Crestwood team that had beaten them earlier in the season in another close battle. The bucket Tribe wrapped up its week-long success with a 72-37 road win at Oelwein Friday, January 15.

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