Sports

02/12/2019 - 11:23am
SHEFFIELD — Morgan Meier broke the season school record for assists on a night when it could have been one-and-done for the West Fork girls’ basketball team. But with Central Springs trying to make it a game, pulling within single digits at 3 minutes, 35 seconds to go, it was a steal by a freshman that essentially sealed the deal as coach Rodney Huber’s team pulled away for the...
01/22/2019 - 12:12pm
SHEFFIELD – Rafe Arbegast is a young man of few words when it comes to talking about his medical history. The 14-year-old eighth grader at West Fork just wants to be active. He wants to play football, baseball, hang out with friends, and of course, he wants to wrestle. That is because wrestling is in his blood: his older brother, Jarel,...
01/22/2019 - 12:08pm
HAMPTON — West Fork girls’ basketball ended a seven-game losing streak at the hands of Hampton-Dumont during its annual Coaches vs. Cancer game, 53-48. It was the first win against the Bulldogs for coach Rodney Huber. That fact, Huber said, motivated his girls to get it done. “It feels really good,” Huber said. “I...
01/22/2019 - 12:07pm
HAMPTON — Twice during the boys’ portion of the Coaches vs. Cancer game between Hampton-Dumont and visiting West Fork the score was within reach. Both times, the Warhawks used a run, the latter a huge one to put this one away, 62-30, on Saturday, Jan. 19. The first was a 9-0 run in the final two minutes, 19 seconds with West Fork...
01/22/2019 - 12:03pm
DIKE – A last-second shot by Brayden Vold slipped from his hands as Dike-New Hartford’s boys’ basketball team held on for a 51-49 victory against West Fork on Thursday, Jan. 17. The Warhawks led 39-33 entering the fourth quarter only to see the Wolverines rally by them in the final eight minutes and the game-tying shot went awry...
01/22/2019 - 12:00pm
DIKE – West Fork had trouble keeping up with No. 10-ranked (Class 2A) Dike-New Hartford at its place on Thursday, Jan. 17. The Warhawks trailed 28-10 at the half and the Wolverines used a 26-16 third quarter to pull away further in the eventual 69-37 West Fork loss. “We weren’t aggressive enough in the first half, we wanted girls...
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