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March 2nd, 2017

West’s Rios fifth at state bowling tournament

DES MOINES– Iowa City West High’s Kalen Rios, a senior, finished fifth in the 2017 Class 3A Boys State Bowling Tournament held Wednesday, Feb. 22, at Plaza Lanes in Des Moines. Rios bowled 222 in the first game and 235 in the second for a 457 total and was the only West High bowler to advance to the tournament.
Dubuque Hempstead’s Justin Lanser, a senior, won the individual tournament with 235 and 245 for a 480 total, while Hempstead took the team title with 3,194.

Iowa City West cruises past Pleasant Valley

Trojans roll over Spartans, 71-44 in substate semifinal

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IOWA CITY– The West High varsity boys basketball machine rolled over the Spartans of Pleasant Valley 71-44 in a Class 4A substate semifinal game Friday, Feb. 24, at home. The win advanced the Trojans (19-3) to a Tuesday, Feb. 28, substate final against Muscatine at the U.S. Cellular Center in Cedar Rapids. The winner of that contest advanced to the state tournament in Des Moines.

No. 1 Hawks end Creek Boys’ season

West Delaware blows clippers out of the water, 65-35

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MANCHESTER– The anchor dropped to end the 2016-17-varsity boys basketball season for the Clear Creek Amana (CCA) Clippers Monday, Feb. 20, at West Delaware High School in Manchester. The Creek Boys drew the No. 1 team in Class 3A for the first round of substate play. The Hawks (22-0) scorched the Clippers, 65-35.

Fifth trip to state for Women of Troy

Iowa City West High edges SE Polk, 60-54, in 5A regional final

IOWA CITY– The West High Women of Troy survived a Class 5A regional final Tuesday, Feb. 21, at home to return to the state tournament after missing out last year.
West knocked off the Rams of Southeast Polk, 60-54, to advance and face Waukee in the quarterfinal rounds of the state tournament on Wednesday, March 1, at the Wells Fargo Arena in Des Moines.
Waukee denied West a tournament trip last year with a 70-68 loss in a 5A regional final at Waukee.

A tribute to Major General Robert L. Sentman (ret.)

NORTH LIBERTY– Retired Major General Robert L. Sentman is a Johnson County resident currently farming near North Liberty and Tiffin. His farming and patriotic roots grow deep in Iowa, as his ancestor, Joseph Denison, was an early Iowa farmer who fought in the American Civil War. Major General Sentman added 26 Sentmans, from Pennsylvania to Iowa, and also took part in the War of the Rebellion.

Highway 6 signalization pushed back

Miscommunication leads to increased estimated cost

TIFFIN– It’s an unfortunate chain of events.
That’s how Ben Carhoff, of Hart-Frederick Consultants, described the situation regarding the installation of traffic lights on Highway 6 in a recent letter to the Tiffin City Council.
“I was told they were sized for traffic light poles when they’re not. They’re standard bases for street lights that were installed,” Carhoff told council members at a Feb. 7 regular meeting.

Bill Riley Talent Show March 4 in Tiffin

TIFFIN– The Bill Riley Talent Search will make a stop in Tiffin at the Clear Creek Amana (CCA) High School Performing Arts Center on March 4 beginning at 4 p.m. The show is free open to the public.
Local actor and CCA drama coach Tom Milligan will be the master of ceremonies with approximately 30 different acts participating from ages 2-21. There will be a panel of judges who will place the top acts in each division with the winner of each division advancing to the Iowa State Fair in August.

Register for NLYBS through Friday, March 3

NORTH LIBERTY– Registration for the North Liberty Youth Baseball and Softball’s (NLYBS) 25th anniversary season is open. Sign up your child or children at www.eteamz.com/NLYBS by March 3.
Leagues are available for boys and girls age 4 through eighth grade. Call the NLYBS hotline at 319-248-1283 with questions or check the FAQ page on the NLYBS website. Scholarships are available.
New this year is First Grade Baseball, and Third Grade Rookie players will have the opportunity to pitch. Umpires will also be needed, but must be at least 14 years old. Training is provided.

NL Optimists’ pancake breakfast March 4

NORTH LIBERTY– The Optimist Club of North Liberty will host its 44th annual pancake breakfast from 7 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, March 4, in the North Liberty Community Center gymnasium, 520 W. Cherry St.
Proceeds will benefit more than a dozen North Liberty youth programs, as all Optimist clubs have a mission to be “friends of youth.” In 2015, the North Liberty Optimists donated about $25,000 to support about 20 North Liberty youth activities, including the free summer lunch program for kids at the North Liberty Recreation Center’s egg hunt.

CCA Mini Dance Marathon Friday, March 3

TIFFIN– This year, Clear Creek Amana (CCA) is hosting the 4th annual Mini Dance Marathon, in conjunction with the University of Iowa (UI) Dance Marathon, on Friday, March 3, from 7-10 p.m. at the high school. One hundred percent of funds raised will go to children at the UI hospital battling cancer, and their families. All ages are welcome to attend, and admission is $5 at the door.