Kristi Nixon

12/11/2018 - 1:03pm
MASON CITY – Thinking about joining Seth Tuttle and Payton Plagge in rarified air – 1,000 career points scored – was enough to give West Fork’s Zach Martinek goosebumps. He became the school’s third member of the club on Friday, Dec. 7, needing only five points to reach the feat when the night started. He surpassed it at the 4 minute, 41 second mark of the first...
11/06/2018 - 11:22am
SHEFFIELD – Zach Martinek already had his mind made up in the summer-time. The West Fork senior basketball player who earned first team INA all-state in Class 1A after the 2018 season had received a few offers, but on Aug. 24, he announced via social media that Morningside College was his college choice. He made that official on Thursday,...
10/30/2018 - 9:42am
West Fork senior Kenna Weaver, competing in her third and final state meet, placed 55th in 21:44.4. Already saying she preferered a colder day for running in meets, Weaver didn’t get her wish at the Lakeside Municipal course with temperatures in the mid-60s, comparable to her state-qualifying meet in which she finished seventh at...
10/23/2018 - 11:01am
SHEFFIELD — Not only was West Fork’s 46-38 win over North Union in its home finale a great way for the Warhawks to end the season, it matched the most wins for the program in seven years. It also marked the end of the first season under head coach James Perez, who guided the team to its first district victory over the Warriors, in a...
10/23/2018 - 10:58am
MARSHALLTOWN – It is good to be back. Kenna Weaver shook off last year’s disappointment of missing her first state cross country meet as a junior, by taking a top-10 finish at the Class 1A state qualifying meet at Marshalltown on Thursday, Oct. 18. “It definitely feels great,” Weaver said. “It was well-needed for my...
10/23/2018 - 10:56am
CEDAR FALLS – The draw of home was impossible to resist in the end for West Fork graduate and Sheffield native Seth Tuttle. After a seesaw inward battle, Tuttle chose to accept the University of Northern Iowa graduate manager position over playing a fourth year of professional basketball in Europe shortly after holding his final summer camp...
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