DAVENPORT, Fla. – Wartburg baseball opened up the 2023 season with a doubleheader against the Milwaukee School of Engineering on Sunday, Feb. 26. The Knights were defeated in game one 6-1 and …
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Six athletes from Waverly-Shell Rock signed their National Letters of Intent Wednesday morning in the high school commons.
DECORAH, Iowa — The Field of Dreams movie tag lines held true on the night of Sept. 16, 2022, when Luther College and Briar Cliff University became the first collegiate teams to play on the ic…
The accolades keep coming for Waverly-Shell Rock and Janesville’s seniors Chance Key and Jared Hoodjer as both were named to the All-State baseball teams.
The Waverly-Shell Rock Baseball Club 12 and under (12U) team was at the state championship in Indianola this past weekend.
A packed stadium at Hertel Field greeted the Go-Hawks in their second round matchup with the Clear Creek-Amana Clippers.
The annual All-Conference teams for the Northeastern Iowa Conference have been released and nine Go-Hawks received honors, three in softball and six in baseball.
After a thrilling win to end the regular season, the Go-Hawks, who are ranked second in the playoff bracket, looked to advance against South Tama.
Area playoff wrap-up: Janesville falls 3-2 to Kee, Denver's season ends, W-SR softball falls to Mason City, S-F-T softball still alive
Janesville baseball saw their season end against the number three ranked Kee on Saturday.
Coming off of a conference clinching double header sweep, the Go-Hawks were looking to stay hot against the surging Cyclones.
The Janesville Wildcats were looking to stay hot on senior night and extend their winning streak to seven games.
A good season by the Go-Hawk baseball team was rewarded with a Northeast Iowa Conference title this week.
The Janesville Wildcats had the tough task of following up their 19-run offensive explosion earlier in the week against Collins-Maxwell.
Janesville was in complete control against North Tama behind the big bat of junior Keegan Eastman.
A tall-task was in order for the Go-Hawks as they tried to follow up their 21-run win the day prior against Waukon.
Offense was the name of the game for Waverly-Shell Rock whether it was from their bats or the 10 hit by pitches from Forest City.
Waterloo, Iowa – The Waterloo Bucks have teamed up with Peoples Community Health Clinic to host two youth baseball camps this summer on the Saturdays of June 18 and July 9.
Despite the records for Denver and Wapsie Valley, a rivalry always brings out the best in teams.
Waverly-Shell Rock opened up the Arends/Denner Memorial Tournament with a game against Waterloo East at 10 a.m.
Conference foes Don Bosco and Janesville duked it out in a game of one-loss teams.
It was a beautiful night for baseball in Janesville as they took on the Wildcats form Riceville.
It was a near perfect night for baseball and the Go-Hawks took advantage of that against conference foe Charles City.
Iowa is the only state of the 48 that offer high school baseball that plays it during the summer months and the season kicked off this week.