Sports

05/22/2018 - 11:05am
NASHUA — Competing as an individual in order to qualify for the Class 1A state meet, sophomore Chloe Ross missed the cut at the Class 1A district on Monday, May 21. Ross, a member of the 2017 Class 1A Clarksville team that finished fifth, had a good first nine with 52... The full story appears in the May 24 print and online editions of the Clarksville Star.
05/07/2018 - 10:07pm
TAMA -- Clarksville girls were tied with Baxter heading into the Iowa Star Conference girls' 4x100-meter race. Coach Brandon Zelle told his girls they didn't have to win the race, they just had to finish ahead of the Bolts. But the Indians out-did themselves by winning the race with a season-best by a second at 52.79, putting themselves...
05/01/2018 - 10:44am
DES MOINES -- Clarksville High School graduate Jackson Hendricks got a chance to run on the blue oval for Luther College last week as a member of the 4x100 college preliminaries at the Drake Relays.
04/24/2018 - 9:57am
GREENE – Morgan Arjes has always wanted to attend Wartburg College. After signing to run track with the Knights, the North Butler senior will also get to compete for the school. One of the many reasons why she chose the Waverly school was its proximity to home. “Really, it was only between Wartburg and Central,” Arjes said....
04/17/2018 - 11:21am
IOWA FALLS – North Butler finally was able to compete in an outdoor meet after a most uncooperative Spring season weather-wise, finishing ninth in the 12-team Gerry Lenguadoro Cadet Relays on Tuesday, April 10. The Bearcats’ top finish at the meet was Chase Eiklenborg’s discus effort of 118 feet, 1 inch to place fourth in the...
04/16/2018 - 2:19pm
CLARKSVILLE – It’s been a crazy last few weeks for Clarksville sophomore Emma Poppe. The Indians’ four-sport athlete has been back-and-forth from Hollywood a few times while her older sister, Maddie Poppe, has reached the top-24 and the live shows on American Idol. Meanwhile, she waits for the snow to stop and the weather to warm...
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