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April 7th, 2018

IC West and CCA start soccer season

Trojans blast the Mustangs; Little Hawks capsize Creek Boys

IC West and CCA start soccer season with Jamboree
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CEDAR RAPIDS– The Iowa City West High and Clear Creek Amana (CCA) varsity boys’ soccer teams started the 2018 season Thursday, March 29, with a jamboree at Mount Mercy University, in Cedar Rapids.
The West High Trojans took a 5-0 win over the Mount Vernon Mustangs. Mike Schilling opened for West in the single-period contest, slamming the ball in the top corner upon receiving it from Micah Frisbie. Ahmed Abdalla took an assist from Harry Zielinski for the second West High goal.

2018 West boys varsity soccer preview

Young Trojans need to develop quickly
IOWA CITY– Last year, the Iowa City West High Trojans entered the Class 3A state soccer championships as the eighth-seeded (last) team and emerged as the state champions after a dramatic run at the Cownie Soccer Complex in Des Moines. The Trojans knocked off No.1-seeded Cedar Rapids Prairie in a shootout for a 6-5 finish and 2-1 final score in the quarterfinal round, then took out fourth-seeded Bettendorf, 4-1, before defeating No. 2-seed West Des Moines Valley, 1-0, for the championship. West finished the season 13-7 overall and 8-5 in the Mississippi Valley Conference.

2018 CCA varsity girl’s golf preview

Sophomores lead the way

2018 CCA varsity girl’s golf preview
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AMANA– Six sophomores make up the core of the Clear Creek Amana (CCA) varsity girls golf team for the 2018 season. “We lost three seniors from last year’s team,” Coach Cam Stockman said. Stockman is in his fourth year with the program and is facing not only the loss of the veteran trio (Emma Davis, Allison Greathouse and Sheyanne Koethe) but lower participation numbers overall.

Liberty High varsity girls soccer preview

Challenges and opportunities

NORTH LIBERTY– It’s not easy building an athletic program from scratch.

West High varsity girls’ golf preview

IOWA CITY– So far, the 2018 season has been one of adapting for the Iowa City West High girls varsity golf team. The Women of Troy, under Coach Mary Goodfellow and assistant coach Don Bristow, has had to adapt to miserable weather conditions, the loss to graduation of seasoned veterans and the loss of many junior varsity (JV) players to Liberty High. Also, the squad is adapting to a new home, as this will be the first season of calling the Finkbine Golf Course the home of the Women of Troy.

Lightning hopes to surprise on the links

2018 Liberty High girls golf team preview

NORTH LIBERTY– Add girls golf to the list of athletic programs entering a debut season at Liberty High School in North Liberty. The Lightning, coached by Brian Wernimont (head) and Sean McCarty, started the 2018 season Monday, March 26, with an away meet at the Kalona Country Club against Mid-Prairie and Iowa City Regina.

West and Liberty boys run in Wilkinson Relays

West, Greiner, Garbutt and Caruthers win for Trojans

CEDAR RAPIDS – Iowa City West High’s Trojans and the Liberty High Lightning (AKA: the Bolts) opened the regular outdoor track season Thursday, March 29, at Kingston Stadium in Cedar Rapids as they participated in Cedar Rapids Washington’s 32nd annual Wilkinson Relays.
The Trojans won the meet with 143 team points. Linn-Mar took the runner-up spot with 105 while rival City High was 11th with 10. Liberty High, in its first outdoor meet, rounded out the field in 13th place with five points.

Women of Troy victorious in home

Haight wins twice; Nock, Steva, Ince and Severt also earn victories

IOWA CITY– The 2018 regular (outdoor) track and field season opened Wednesday, March 28, for the Iowa City West High Women of Troy with their home meet under heavy clouds, cool temperatures and even some rain. However, West was hot on the track and in the field winning the meet, as has become tradition.
Mike Parker’s squad won a dozen events between junior varsity (JV) and varsity to win the event with 164 points, topping runner-up Cedar Rapids Prairie (139) and rival City High, which ranked third in team points.

Spring Cleanup Day April 28

NORTH LIBERTY– Spring Cleanup Day, for disposal of large items, brush, tires, batteries and other waste, is scheduled for April 28 from 7 to 11 a.m. at the Public Works Facility, 620 Calvin St.
The cost for this service is included in monthly city utility bills and is for residents of North Liberty only (please be prepared with a water bill stub or driver’s license). Assistance will be provided to the elderly or handicapped; please call City Hall (626-5700) to make arrangements. You can read more about what will and won’t be accepted at northlibertyiowa.org.

CCA Community Clean-up Day Friday, April 27

TIFFIN– The annual Clear Creek Amana (CCA) High School Community Clean-up Day will be held on Friday, April 27. CCA High School students from the Student Assistance Team/Interact along with National Honor Society will volunteer their day to help our older community members with yard work, windows, small household chores and general spring cleaning.