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The Waverly-Shell Rock boys and girls cross country teams competed in the Northeast Iowa Conference meet on Tuesday in Charles City.
Since the Go-Hawks lost to New Hampton on Oct. 8, they've won seven straight matches and 15 straight sets.
Steven Corson opened the letter, stared blankly at it and then handed it off to his wife.
The Go-Hawks really couldn't have been better, winning each of their matches in straight sets.
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WATERLOO — Friday night's game was one that the Waverly-Shell Rock football team needed to win.
Westmoreland has been integral to the success of the Go-Hawks, who are 31-6 this season and ranked seventh in Class 4A by IGHSAU.
On the same day the Cyclones entered the Class 2A rankings at No. 14, they dropped a tough match to the Falcons.
Waverly-Shell Rock heads back on the road to face the Trojans, a pass-heavy team led by dynamic quarterback Dylan Reyes.
Meanwhile, Janesville had three runners in the girls race, and all finished with season-best times.
The Chickasaws beat the Go-Hawks in five sets.
Junior Emma Hoins finished third overall with a time of 19:33.
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The Wildcats' ninth straight win improved their season record to 23-8.
The Go-Hawks' first district win was significant. Only, it may have come too late.
The Go-Hawks defeated Beckman Catholic in the championship match.
Meanwhile, W-SR junior Emma Hoins finished first overall in the girls race with a time of 19:00.
Freshman McCrae Hagarty ran for 140 yards on 23 carries in his first game with the varsity team.
The first two sets were difficult for the Go-Hawks, but the third went smoother, and W-SR improved to 26-4.