Sports

05/24/2017 - 10:41am
DES MOINES – West Fork collected medals in nearly all facets of the Class 1A state track and field meet last week at Drake Stadium in Des Moines. Distance runners Jake Hansen and Kenna Weaver each brought home a pair of medals in the 3,200/3,000 and 1,600/1,500 on Thursday and Saturday. Lexi Jones took a four-way tie for third in the high jump and Austin Larson was seventh in a competitive...
05/19/2017 - 11:19pm
DES MOINES - Growing three inches in height over the course of the last year helped West Fork's Austin Larson go from an also-ran to a contender for the 110-meter high hurdles in Class 1A. The Warhawk junior ran a PR of 15.30 seconds to finish third in the final heat of the preliminaries on Friday, May 19, but with the sixth fastest time and...
05/19/2017 - 12:42am
DES MOINES - Believe it or not, Jake Hansen of West Fork earned his first state track medal on Thursday, May 18. Finishing fourth in the 3,200, Hansen ran to 9 minutes, 50.87 seconds his first time running the event at state, just the second time he has broken 10 minutes. "I thought I ran a pretty good race," Hansen said. "This is...
05/16/2017 - 11:44am
NORTHWOOD – Last year, CAL’s Kainan Braun became the first boys state qualifier from the school in a few years, this year he gets to celebrate with a teammate. Israel Rivera will also be his competition in the 400-meter dash in the Class 1A field when the meet starts on Thursday, May 18. When asked his thoughts Friday after it was...
05/16/2017 - 11:34am
SHEFFIELD – Both West Fork golf teams took seventh in the Top of Iowa Conference meets held at Ridge Stone and Pioneer Town & Country Club for girls and boys, respectively, on Monday, May 8. Behind the Warhawks’ Grace Shreckengost’s 121, the girls were seventh out of eight teams competing with 508. Central Springs girls didn...
05/09/2017 - 12:19pm
OSAGE – Titles for Austin Larson, Jake Hansen and Zach Martinek, plus a runner-up finish helped West Fork’s boys finish fourth in the top of Iowa East held at Osage on Thursday, May 4. Larson won the 110 hurdles, clocking in at 15.26, a new career best by three-tenths of a second. He had recorded that best less than two week’s...
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