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Redhawks rumble to 8-1 regular season

ELKADER - The Class A No. 6-ranked North Tama football team will enter the postseason on a three-game winning streak after a huge night running by Nick Whannel to go with the Redhawks' usual shut-down defense.Whannel had 11 carries for 146 yards and four touchdowns as North Tama was a 38-0 ...

North Tama Volleyball

The North Tama Volleyball girls defeated Dunkerton on Wednesday, Oct. 19. With this win the girls advance to the next round of regional play.The scores for the games were 25-12, 25-21 and 25-19.Chelsea Dinsdale was 24 serves with one miss and six aces. Dinsdale also had 5 kills out of her 11 ...

North Tama Activities

Friday, Oct. 28TBA Regional VolleyballElementary Report cards go homeSaturday, Oct. 29TBA Girls and Boys State Cross Country MeetMonday, Oct. 317 p.m. - 2nd round of Football playoffsTuesday, Nov. 1TBA Regional VolleyballFriday, Nov. 47 p.m. - Quarter Final Round Football PlayoffsSunday, Nov. ...

Rapid Recap: Knights overpower Vikings, 51-0

ByCheyne ReiterThe Union Knights manhandled the Vinton-Shellsburg Vikings Friday night by a final of 51-0. With the win, the Knights clinched home field advantage for their first playoff game as they will host the 3A District 6 No. 3 seed, Washington Demons.Union stormed out to a 38-0 halftime ...

North Tama Cross Country

By Amy JantzenManaging EditorThe North Tama Cross Country team traveled to Radcliffe for the South Hardin meet.Running for the girls in the middle school race was Jordan TeBeest who came in 31st place with a time of 15:16. Running the middle school boys race was Kalan Deke who had a 28th place ...

North Tama Volleyball

By Amy JantzenManaging EditorThe North Tama Volleyball team faced off against Meskwaki on Tuesday, Oct. 4.The girls won in three games with scores of 25-12, 25-6 and 25-21.Chelsea Dinsdale made 5 kills out of 13 attempts, had six ace serves and one block in the three games she played.Aryn ...

Junior High Volleyball

The junior girls volleyball team worked together in their game against GMG.Photo by Amy Jantzen

Tina Schlicting honored at pep rally

Tina Schlicting was honored during the homecoming pep rally for her years of service as the cheerleading coach. Pictured (l to r) Sierra Kubik and Tina Schlicting.Photo by Amy Jantzen

Laura on Life

By Laura SnyderWhen I was in second grade, I was in a play. I don't remember what it was called, but I do remember singing, ad nauseum, "It's A Small World After All" for months before this play. As a result, it has been a soundtrack in my mind for the past forty years. I will never forget ...