WAVERLY – From the time she was 8 years old, Kenzie Roling had her eyes locked on the University of Iowa.
The United States women’s soccer team won on the world’s biggest stage on July 7, when the team defeated the Netherlands, 2-0 in the FIFA Women's World Cup final game in Lyon, France.
To start the 2019 soccer season, the No. 2 Waverly-Shell Rock girls’ soccer team escaped their season opener to Decorah with a 1-0 victory back on March 2.
Between Waverly-Shell Rock senior Hailee Kent and the rest of the Go-Hawk girls’ soccer team, the joke has always been that Kent has been in the right place at the right time.
After finishing the regular season with an even 8-8 record, the Waverly-Shell Rock boys soccer team was looking for a fresh start during the first round of Substate on Monday, May 20.
DENVER – The Denver boys soccer team was in search for their first win of the season on Monday, April 29 when the Cyclones hosted Waterloo East.
The Waverly-Shell Rock boys soccer team lost a 3-1 match against No. 5 Waterloo Columbus on Tuesday. The loss brought the Go-Hawks’ three-match win streak to an end.
With rain falling and the wind blowing, the No. 7 (2A) Waverly-Shell Rock girls soccer team made quick work of their Tuesday-night opponent, No. 9 (1A) Grundy Center/Gladbrook-Reinbeck.