Sports

03/12/2019 - 10:32am
CEDAR FALLS – A good close by Pacen Hendricks helped the Clarksville boys’ 4x200-meter relay finish runner-up in the third of 10 heats at the A.D. Dickinson Relays held Tuesday, March 5 on the campus of UNI. The Indians finished 43rd out of 72 teams competing, including a good number of Class 4A schools. Included in the quartet were James Jacobsen, Deric Trees and Cade Hardy, in...
02/26/2019 - 11:36am
CLARKSVILLE – Clarksville juniors Janet Borchardt and Kori Wedeking were voted to the IGCA (Iowa Girls’ Coaches Association) Class 1A North Central district team, announced last week. The two are part of the first Indians’ team ever to make an appearance at the girls’ state basketball tournament this week in Des Moines....
02/19/2019 - 2:47pm
DENVER — A dream came true for the Clarksville girls’ basketball team. Something the Indians have been working for since they were in middle school became a reality with a 55-20 Class 1A Region 2 final win over North Butler at the Denver Athletic Complex on Monday, Feb. 18. “It’s pretty exciting because it’s been our...
02/19/2019 - 2:45pm
DES MOINES – North Butler senior Bryce Trees has grown up with coach Gordy Smith helping his wrestling journey. On Saturday, Feb. 16, Smith’s birthday, no less, the two saw each other out as Trees went out with a victory to claim seventh place in the Class 1A 126-pound bracket. “Ever since I’ve been little, he’s been...
02/19/2019 - 2:43pm
CLARKSVILLE — It has been a long time coming for the Clarksville boys’ basketball team. The Indians’ first post-season win since 2004 had to come via rally after they were down 11-2 after the first quarter against one-win West Central, Maynard. “I think it was pretty fitting that we would have to work as hard as we did to...
02/19/2019 - 2:41pm
CLARKSVILLE — Much like the start to the season, Clarksville put up impressive numbers after a slow start against Rockford in the Class 1A Region 2 quarterfinal. The Class 1A sixth-ranked Indians took off after the first quarter against the Lady Warriors and survived their physicality and ability to get their hands in the passing lanes to...
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