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November 13th, 2019

West and Liberty place 11 on MVC All-Division Swimming and Diving Teams

Liberty’s Trent, Hajek, Martin and Klein earn recognition

IOWA CITY– The combined team of Iowa City West High and Liberty High swimmers and divers placed 11 members on the 2019 Mississippi Valley Conference (MVC) All-Division selections.
West High’s Aurora Roghair was named the Valley Division Swimmer of the Year with West’s Byron Butler named the Division Coach of the Year.

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Lightning sweep the Mustangs, earn trip to state volleyball tourney

Liberty High heads for first state tournament with 3-0 regional final win

NORTH LIBERTY– A 3-2 Class 4A regional semifinal loss to Marion last year left a sour taste in our mouths, said Liberty High volleyball Head Coach Randy Dolson. That bitter taste was replaced by sweet victory, 32 of them in fact, in the regular season and got only sweeter as the Lightning knocked off Muscatine, 3-0, in a Class 5A regional semifinal match and Mississippi Valley Conference (MVC) rival Dubuque Hempstead, 3-0, in the regional final to advance to their first state tournament.

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Five Liberty volleyball players earn MVC All-Division honors

Fay and Hartman named to Valley Division First Team

NORTH LIBERTY– Five Liberty High School varsity volleyball players were named to Mississippi Valley Conference (MVC) All-Division teams for their efforts on the courts this season.
Senior transfer from Iowa City West High Rylee Fay and freshman Cassidy Hartmann were named to the Valley Division First Team. Senior LeeAnn Potter was a Second Team pick while Addie Schmierer and Haley Hested were bestowed with Honorable Mention.

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Scarlet Martin sets new record at 2019 State Swimming & Diving Meet

Trojan/Bolts place fourth in the state with two wins each from Martin and Aurora Roghair

MARSHALLTOWN– The Trojan/Bolts of Iowa City West High and Liberty High School took fourth in the 2019 State Swimming and Diving Meet in Marshalltown on Friday and Saturday, Nov. 8 and 9.
West Des Moines Dowling Catholic took the team championship with 360 points followed by Ames (328), Ankeny (200) and West High (184.5).

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Trio of Lady Spartans named All-WaMaC East

MOUNT VERNON– Three Solon varsity volleyball players earned All-WaMaC Conference East Division honors at the end of the season.
Senior Katie Yi was named Second Team, while senior Jane Willms and freshman Delaney Bombei were tabbed for WaMaC Recognition.
Yi led the team in both kills (249) and blocks (63). The senior also had 191 digs and 24 aces in 2019.
Willms was second in kills with 167 on the season, and third in team blocks with 43. Willms added 132 digs defensively and had 26 ace serves.

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Spartans blank Dutch, 24-0, UNI-Dome bound

Solon advances to semifinal against Sargeant Bluff-Luton

SOLON– The Spartans put to rest any question they were ready for the postseason, and continued their undefeated season (11-0) with a 24-0 blanking of the Pella Dutch on Friday, Nov. 8, in front of the home crowd at Spartan Stadium.
Solon advances to a semifinal match-up in the 2019 Iowa High School Athletic Union Class 3A football playoffs against the Sergeant Bluff-Luton (10-1) on Thursday, Nov. 14, at 8:30 p.m. at the UNI-Dome in Cedar Falls.
The Friday, Nov. 8, game against the Dutch was billed earlier in the week as a “match of prolific passing attacks.”

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Incumbents survive NL City Council elections

Hoffman, Harrington and Smith retain their seats, Wayson returns

NORTH LIBERTY– Tuesday, Nov. 5, was a good day to be an incumbent on the ballot for North Liberty as all three current council members running survived reelection bids against two challengers for four-year terms. Chris Hoffman, RaQuishia Harrington and Brent Smith fended off Matthew Eckhardt and Michael Nicholls to retain their seats. Harrington and Smith are in first terms with the council, after Harrington won a special election in March to fill the vacancy left by Jim Sayre and Smith was appointed by the council in May to replace Jennifer Goings.

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A split for ICCSD school board

Two incumbents stay with two newcomers

IOWA CITY– Incumbents Paul Roesler and Shawn Eyestone retained seats on the Iowa City Community School District’s school board in the Tuesday, Nov. 5, city and school elections. Four seats were up for seven candidates on the ballot.
Roesler netted 70 percent of the votes, 5,548, while Eyestone garnered 60 percent, 4,762. Newcomer Lisa C. Williams was the big winner with 5,869 votes, or 74 percent. Newcomer Charlie Eastham captured 4,959 votes, or 62 percent, for a seat.

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Clippers make one mans life a little easier

CCA students build a needed wheelchair ramp

TIFFIN Clear Creek Amana (CCA) High School students enrolled in the Architectural, Construction, and Engineering of Eastern Iowa (ACE) program with Industrial Tech Teacher Steve Clark constantly seek out real world projects to hone their skills and gain valuable experience. In early October, they had the opportunity to do a good deed while learning their trade.
It was an outstanding experience for our kids, Middle School Principal Brad Fox said. They, in one day, built a wheelchair accessible ramp for a community member.

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Two students charged at CCA High School following K-9 sweep

TIFFIN– Two juvenile Clear Creek Amana students have been charged with bringing handguns to school after the weapons were found in vehicles during a K-9 training exercise.

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