DENVER — It happens at all levels of soccer, where one team dominates the flow of play but is unable to find the back of the net.
Coming into Tuesday night’s boys soccer game between Hampton-Dumont-CAL and Denver, both teams were in search of their first win for the 2019 season.
There was no score between Class 2A’s No. 8 team, Waverly-Shell Rock and Class 1A’s third-ranked team, Center Point-Urbana, at the end of regulation during their girls soccer contest on Monday.
On Wednesday, April 10, Waverly-Shell Rock seniors Marshall Gonnerman, Dylan Eggleston and Kurby Vowels signed letters of intent to Buena Vista men’s soccer and Central baseball, respectively.
For the first time this season, the top-ranked Waverly-Shell Rock girls’ soccer team played on their home turf, as they hosted No. 7 Cedar Rapids Xavier on Saturday.
After Saturday’s season-opening performance against Cedar Falls, Waverly-Shell Rock head boys soccer coach Derek Krebsbach was hoping the Go-Hawks would bounce back on Tuesday, as they faced a…
Denver seniors Gabby Corday and Kambrie Clinton signed with Wartburg College’s women’s soccer program on Friday, Feb. 8. Corday tallied two goals during the 2018 season, while Clinton owned th…
Janesville senior Kennedy Rieken signed her letter of intent on Monday, Dec. 10 to play women’s soccer for the University of Northern Iowa in Cedar Falls. UNI is a member of the Missouri Valle…
When I answered the call of becoming the Waverly Newspapers’ first female sports editor in early February, I didn’t have any sort of idea how the following months would play out.
Ending their season with a berth in the Class 2A state finals, the Waverly-Shell Rock girls soccer team had arguably one of the best seasons in school history.
DES MOINES — The Waverly-Shell Rock girls' soccer team needed just one more victory to complete a perfect season and win its first state championship in the sport.
Waverly-Shell Rock’s girls soccer team showed up to the Class 2A state soccer tournament in dominant fashion Thursday against their quarterfinal opponent, Notre Dame/West Burlington/Danville.
Last season, the Union and Waverly-Shell Rock soccer teams were paired in the opening round of the state tournament. That game resulted in a 7-2 loss for the Go-Hawks.
The winner of the first-round boy’s soccer game between Denver and Gladbrook-Reinbeck couldn’t be decided in regular time. It couldn’t be determined in one overtime. Or two, for that matter.
It was a battle of two second-ranked teams Thursday night in Center Point, as the Waverly-Shell Rock girls soccer team came out on top, 2-0 to defeat Center Point-Urbana.