Hawks girls XC first, boys second at home invite


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Bozeman seniors Alex Moore (left) and Terra Trom race Saturday during the Bozeman XC Invite at Bridger Creek Golf Course.

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The first two miles started off about how she planned. But then Bozeman teammate Terra Trom tripped and fell behind, and Moore was the only Hawk at the front of the race. So throughout the third mile, she tried ignoring the circumstances.

‘Let’s just keep going,’ Moore thought to herself. ‘I have all my teammates behind me, and we want this to be the best season so I was like, OK, I’m doing this not for me but for my teammates that last mile.’

Publisher: Bozeman Daily Chronicle
Date: AF6227EF91AE8A6C292AF357AF5D7D30
Author: Paul Schwedelson
Twitter: @bozchronsports
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Best Valley programs named as finalists

If a team is greater than the sum of its athletes that means it’s achieving more than expected. The same can be said for a program that is greater than the makeup of its teams. The programs below were certainly great this past school year.

Below are the finalists for the Boys and Girls Sub-6A Teams of the Year. Winners will be announced tonight at the All-Valley Sports Awards Banquet, co-presented by DHR Health and Lone Star National Bank. Finalists are listed in alphabetical order.

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Edinburg Vela: Edinburg Vela was a deep playoff team in almost every sport. Boys cross country advanced to regionals, the volleyball team was codistrict champions, football was a regional finalist and undefeated district champ and the list goes on: Girls basketball ‘ area qualifies; boys basketball ‘ codistrict champs, boys wrestling ‘ four state qualifiers, including a sixth-place for Robby Silva (and three district champs); girls wrestling had a district champ. Swimming ‘ both teams were second in district; team tennis, undefeated district champs and bi-district champs. The softball team was the last team standing in 6A in the Valley and was 31-6A district champs and still playing and baseball was the undefeated district champs.

Publisher: Valley Morning Star
Date: 2019-06-13T15:10:59-05:00
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MHS girls soccer blanked by Rams in home opener

T-R PHOTO BY THORN COMPTON – Marshalltown junior Jade Tejada (11) kicks the ball past Southeast Polk defender Emerson Abbas during the first half of the Bobcats’ 9-0 home-opening loss to the Rams at Leonard Cole Field.

After an 0-4 start to the year, the Marshalltown girls soccer team finally hosted its home opener on Tuesday by welcoming in CIML Iowa Conference opponent Southeast Polk, but it didn’t take long for the Rams to spoil the party.

Southeast Polk sophomore Elaina DeAngelo wasted no time getting her offense going with a goal just 59 seconds into the game, and that would be the first of many scores for the Rams as the Bobcats dropped their first home match, 9-0.

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Twitter: @marshalltowntr
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