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.
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.