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Clear Creek Amana Show Choir dazzles in debut season

TIFFIN— This is the first year Clear Creek Amana (CCA) High School students have orchestrated a show choir, and they’re making a joyful noise.
The group, 38 strong, has competed at the State Contest, the Keokuk “Power City” competition, as well as the Marion Invitational. So far, the group has placed third and third runner-up, with soloist Sage Spiker earning “Best Male Soloist” honors.

Strength in numbers for CCA girls soccer

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TIFFIN– Matt Harding’s third season as head coach for Clear Creek Amana’s (CCA) varsity soccer program presents him with 10 returning starters for the 2015 season.
Make that 11 returning starters, Harding said, as Megan Hall, a senior, returns after sitting out all of 2014 due to an ACL injury.
Seniors Kelsey Hall, Bailey Mooney, Dacia Lipkea and Hannah Pfister are back. Midfielder Hall scored 14 goals last year and made 15 assists, a performance that earned her a First Team All-Conference spot.

New girls in the ranks for Clipper golf

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TIFFIN– A new season always brings changes to a team with athletes lost to graduation, and newcomers to the squad. For the Clear Creek Amana girls golf team, you can add a new coach to the changes for 2015.
Cam Stockman has taken the helm of the program, taking over for Nathan Carlson, who led the team last year. Brad Muhlenbruck, a veteran of over 20 years coaching golf, will assist Stockman.

Women of Troy sixth at CR J-Hawk Relays

Welch and Roudabush earn wins for West

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CEDAR RAPIDS– West High’s Women of Troy were in action Saturday, April 4, at the 29th annual Jefferson J-Hawk Relays held at Cedar Rapids’ Kingston Stadium. Both the varsity and junior varsity (JV) squads finished sixth in overall team points with Linn-Mar taking the top spot in both varsity and JV competition.
Valerie Welch posted West’s only varsity win by taking the 100-meter hurdles in 15.42 seconds while Haley Roudabush won the JV 100-meter hurdles in 17.96 seconds.

Trojans eighth in home meet

Nugent second in 800-meter run

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IOWA CITY– West High’s Trojans placed eighth in overall team points Saturday, April 4, at their home track and field meet. Ames took the varsity event with 103 points while Mississippi Valley Confernce rival Cedar Rapids Kennedy was second with 92.50.

A big day for CCA on Tipton’s track

Wagner sets new shot put record, Brimeyer wins 100-meter hurdles

TIPTON– It was a successful day for the Clear Creek Amana (CCA) track and field teams Tuesday, March 31, at the Tipton Co-Ed Meet, with the girls placing third in overall team points and the boys finishing fourth.
Drew Wagner broke an 11-year old record in the shot put and won the event with a 51’-6 1/4” throw while Natalie Brimeyer won in the 100-meter hurdles with her 16.81 seconds finish. Brimeyer also anchored the first-place shuttle hurdle relay with Mia Smith, Corrine Schwarting and Megan Lukas. The foursome won in 1:10.28.

Community garden plots available in Tiffin

TIFFIN– The City of Tiffin is offering community garden plots this spring. Plots 10 ft. x 30 ft. are $35 for residents and $40 for non-residents; 10 ft. x 15 ft. plots are $20 for residents and $25 for non-residents. Call or stop by Tiffin City Hall for an application. Questions can be directed to Jonas at 319-930-1692. To get an application by email, contact Ashley at ajay@tiffin-iowa.org.

April kite festivals focus on abuse prevention

NORTH LIBERTY– Kids will receive free kites to fly in remembrance of children lost to abuse at two upcoming Kites for Kids festivals in North Liberty and Iowa City.
The festivals will be noon-2 p.m., Saturday, April 18, in North Liberty on the grounds of North Central Junior High, and noon-2 p.m. Saturday, April 25, at Iowa City’s Lower City Park, Shelter 5.
Both events are free and open to the public and sponsored by the Johnson County Community Partnership for Protecting Children (JC-CPPC) in recognition of Child Abuse Prevention Month.

Copi Road NW and Copi Road Bridge are now open to traffic

JOHNSON COUNTY– The Johnson County Secondary Road Department announced substantial completion of the Copi Road Bridge over Clear Creek. Copi Road Bridge and Copi Road NW are open to traffic.

Minor touch-up work in the area will take place in the next couple of weeks with daytime lane closures possible during this work. Drive carefully through the project area and be alert for equipment and workers in the right-of-way.

Oxford American Legion to host pancake breakfast, raffle fundraiser April 19

OXFORD– The Oxford American Legion Post 537 will hold a breakfast and raffle fundraiser on April 19 from 7:30 a.m. until 12 noon, at 128 E. Main St. in Oxford.
Buy tickets now for the chance to win a 21-inch, self-propelled Troy Built lawn mower. Proceeds will go to Boys State or Legion scholarships for graduates. Raffle tickets are $5 each. The drawing will be held April 19 after the breakfast. Purchase tickets at the Legion or call 319-828-1008 to make arrangements to meet someone to purchase them.