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May 29th, 2017

Clippers take a stab at state track and field

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DES MOINES– A small detachment of Clear Creek Amana (CCA) varsity track and field athletes competed in the 2017 state coed meet Thursday, May 18, through Saturday, May 20, on the historic Blue Oval at Drake University in Des Moines.
Ainsley Schrock was the Clippers’ highest-finishing competitor with her sixth-place finish in the girls’ Class 3A discus event with a best throw of 117-8. Mariah Roller was 15th with a 111-11 effort.

Warriors fall victim to Women of Troy, who improve to 14-1 overall

IC West 8, CR Wash 1

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IOWA CITY– The West High Women of Troy varsity soccer team improved to 14-1 overall and 10-1 in the Mississippi Valley Conference (MVC) Tuesday, May 16, with an 8-1 win over Cedar Rapids Washington.
Regan Steigleder booted in two goals in 11 minutes during the first half and completed the hat trick with a third goal in the second. Leah Rhodes scored twice, including a header off a ball from Steigleder. Pauline Kihura and Lizzie Raley scored their first varsity goals of the season while Emma Cooper put one away, complimenting her four assists.

CR Wash tops IC West boys, 1-0

By Chris Umscheid
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CEDAR RAPIDS– The Iowa City West High Trojans suffered their sixth loss of the season Tuesday, May 16, as the Cedar Rapids Washington Warriors pulled off a 1-0 upset at Kingston Stadium in Cedar Rapids.
The Trojans had a stiff breeze to their backs in the first half, but the Warriors’ keeper managed to pick off several West High attacks. Washington scored with a shot into the wind that found its way past West keeper Zach Frisbie halfway through the first period.

IC West sends both teams to state tennis tournament

Wins over Ankeny and CR Wash punch Trojans’ ticket
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CEDAR RAPIDS– Iowa City West High’s boys tennis team won two key matches Saturday, May 20, to advance to the state semifinals Tuesday, May 30, at the Prairie Ridge Tennis Complex in Ankeny. The Trojans are the Class 2A defending state champions.

Preview: A team approach hopes to return CCA to softball glory

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OXFORD– It’s been several years since the Clear Creek Amana (CCA) varsity girls softball team has held a state championship banner on the diamonds in Fort Dodge. A new group of coaches hopes to end that drought and return the team to one of the premier programs in the state.
Matt Trosky, Jackson Litterer, Blake Wilson, Katie Wyman, Jamie Henze, Craig Stratton and CCA standout graduate Lexi Kinnaird team up to lead the Clippers this season. Trosky, Litterer and Wilson will operate as co-head coaches.
Trosky quickly emphasizes, “The entire staff is equal.”

Green and gold second, ninth at state

Welch and Nock win twice; girls’ distance medley relay also earns a state title

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DES MOINES– Iowa City West High’s Women of Troy took the Class 4A runner-up team trophy Saturday, May 20, at the 2017 State Coed Track and Field Meet on Drake University’s storied Blue Oval in Des Moines. West High’s 89 points was second only to the 116 posted by Waukee for the championship at the conclusion of the three-day event.

North Liberty hires free summer lunch coordinator

NORTH LIBERTY– The North Liberty Summer Lunch and Fun Program announced Marge Hartman was hired as the summer coordinator. Hartman has lived in North Liberty for the last 15 years. She is married with two boys. During the school year, she works at the Penn Elementary library. She is actively involved with PTO and Boy Scouts activities. Hartman is “excited to be involved in another great program providing food and positive activities for local children.”

Helping Heroes Memorial Day golf tourney May 29

NORTH LIBERTY– Join Helping Heroes for its first annual Memorial Day golf tournament Monday, May 29, from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. at Quail Creek Golf Course, 700 Club House Rd., in North Liberty.
Registration for the four-man, best-shot tournament includes 18 holes, a golf cart and a meal after the round. Prizes, raffles and a silent auction will also take place at the club house. All proceeds will directly benefit local veterans in need. Cost is $200 per team.

Council moves on original town urbanization project

“Old Tiffin” to get a facelift

TIFFIN– Tiffin City Council member Jim Bartels remembers early discussions regarding the modernization of “Old Tiffin”– the four-by-three block area south of Highway 6, home to College, Grant and Summeryhays streets.
“Ten to 15 years ago, all we did was talk about it,” said Bartels. “We didn’t even have a plan.”
The council has come a long way since then.

North Liberty Playful City USA honor for sixth year

NORTH LIBERTY– North Liberty has been honored with a 2017 Playful City USA designation for the sixth time, and was one of only three cities in Iowa. Celebrating its 10th anniversary, the national recognition program honors cities and towns across the country for making their cities more playable. North Liberty invests in playgrounds, parks, green spaces and trails to make the community more playable. The city continues to support local youth sports, has added a splash pad in Penn Meadows Park as well as a coming shaded tot lot.