Employees at Advantage Administrators in Waverly made a snowman on Friday, Jan. 15. According to Bonnie Drenkow with Advantage, Sue Sclumbohm, Cathy Pruin and Jeff Cornforth made the main snowman wishing he was going to Florida. Meanwhile, Fawn Wiebke and Kala Meihodt made a smaller snowman …
After COVID-19 forced Waverly-Shell Rock High School to scrap plans for graduation ceremonies for Memorial Day weekend as normal, the Class of 2020 had its formal commencement on Saturday, June 20, in Go-Hawk Stadium.
Residents at Bartels Lutheran Retirement Community have been on lockdown for more than a month to prevent the introduction of COVID-19 to the residents. The staff at the facility has released these photos to show that most of the residents are doing OK in this uncertain time.
The Denver girls basketball team fell 41-28 to Cascade in Tuesday night's Class 4A state quarterfinals in the Wells Fargo Arena in Des Moines. The Cyclones' final record is 17-9.
The Janesville boys basketball team fell to Turkey Valley in Thursday night's Class 1A district final at New Hampton High School. The Wildcats' season ends with a 19-5 record.
The Denver wrestling team defeated Beckman Catholic and New London in Tuesday night's Class 1A regional tournament in Denver to qualify for the state tournament.
The Wapsie Valley basketball teams hosted North Iowa Cedar League rival Denver on Thursday night in Fairbank. Both Cyclone teams walked away victorious.
Both the Janesville boys and girls basketball teams sealed big victories over Iowa Star-North Conference rival Don Bosco on Tuesday in Janesville. The boys team improves to 16-3, while the girls are now 9-11.
The Clarksville girls basketball team erased an 8-point, third quarter deficit to beat No. 11 East Buchanan 58-54 on Thursday night in Clarksville.
Waverly-Shell Rock High School hosted "Coaches vs. Cancer" night on Tuesday in Waverly, and the Go-Hawks brought home a 61-36 win over New Hampton for their 13th straight win.
Waverly-Shell Rock High School hosted the second ever IWCOA girls state wrestling tournament on Friday and Saturday in Waverly. Almost 400 girls wrestlers from across the state came to Waverly to compete.
The No. 9 Waverly-Shell Rock girls basketball team defeated No. 2 Crestwood on Friday night in Waverly, the Go-Hawks' ninth straight win and second straight victory over a ranked opponent.
The Janesville boys basketball team was victorious again Thursday night, defeating AGWSR 60-46 for its 10th win of the season. Sophomore Wiley Sherburne led the Wildcats with 20 points.
The Denver and Wapsie Valley boys basketball teams faced off in a North Iowa Cedar League showdown on Tuesday night in the Cyclone Center in Denver, and the Cyclones were victorious, winning 57-51. Bryce Phelps led Denver with 21 points.
The Waverly-Shell Rock wrestling team took first place in Saturday's Keith Young Invitational in Cedar Falls. Five Go-Hawks finished first in their respective weight divisions. Meanwhile, Denver took seventh place.
The Janesville girls basketball team bounced back from a 30-point loss on Nov. 26 by beating Dunkerton 48-30 on Tuesday in Janesville for its first win of the season.
In its season-opening game, the Denver boys basketball team fell to Crestwood, 81-53, on Monday in the Cyclone Center in Denver.