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City Wins 59-18 against Dubuque Senior on Wrestling’s Senior Night

City Wins 59-18 against Dubuque Senior on Wrestling’s Senior Night

Lottie Gidal, News and Sports Editor

January 22, 2019


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Despite plummeting temperatures and the threat of a huge snowstorm, over a hundred people showed up in the City High gym on Thursday to support the Little Hawks. Taking on Dubuque Senior at both the JV and Varsity levels, the team was ready to make a strong showing on Senior Night. “It’s gre...

Sophomore Basketball Falls to Linn-Mar

Sophomore Basketball Falls to Linn-Mar

Henry Mildenstein and Natalie Green

January 16, 2019


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Despite success early in the season the boys sophomore basketball team fell 63-43 to Linn-Mar. While the game was played close for most of the second half, City fell behind early and couldn’t stem the bleeding. Kolby Kucera ‘21, a forward on the team, feels like they were outpaced on defense. ...

City Comes Up Just Short Against Ranked Linn-Mar

City Comes Up Just Short Against Ranked Linn-Mar

Jack Bacon and Henry Mildenstein

January 16, 2019


Filed under Basketball, SPORTS

The City High boys basketball team dominated the first quarter on Tuesday night, but came up just short. The last part of that sentence can be said of almost every game the Little Hawks have played so far this season After winning their first two games of the season, the team suffered a blowout loss ...

On Their Way Up

On Their Way Up

Julianne Berry-Stoelzle and Jesse Hausknecht-Brown

December 21, 2018


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As the City vs West basketball game neared the end, players, fans and coaches alike were brought back to last March when the same teams went up against each other for the state title. The tension was evident as the game went into overtime with City finally winning 64 to 57. The constant neck and neck b...

Boys Team Still Playing with Expectations and “No Regrets” After Loss to West

Boys Team Still Playing with Expectations and “No Regrets” After Loss to West

Josh Poe, Reporter

December 21, 2018


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Despite a tough loss last week to West, there are still high expectations for the City High boys team this season. Before the West game, the Hawks rolled through their first two opponents, a Wiescamp-less Muscatine that the Hawks held to 15 points, and a Fort Madison team that the City scored 73 on....

Roughing It Up

Roughing It Up

Rhys Holman and Ellis Chen

December 21, 2018


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As the Roughriders take the ice, skates slashing across the freshly Zamboni-ed and sparkling ice, pucks skitter from one player to another, preparing for the hours to come. Boys call to each other, teasing and coordinating their movements. A call from the coach stops them in their tracks as thei...

Freshmen to Watch

Freshmen to Watch

Natalie Green and Lottie Gidal

December 18, 2018


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Dual Meet Against Jefferson

Dual Meet Against Jefferson

Julianne Berry-Stoelzle and Alison Kenaston

December 13, 2018


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On Tuesday, the City High Boy’s Swim Team lost the fourth dual meet of the season against Jefferson 96 to 74, but there are some notable individual achievements. At the beginning of the meet, Joe Kueter ‘20, won the 200 freestyle. Later he went on to win the 500 freestyle and anchored the winning 200...

CITY VS. WEST: What You Need To Know

CITY VS. WEST:  What You Need To Know

Max Firmstone and Aubrey Joens, Journalist

December 7, 2018


Filed under MULTIMEDIA, SHOWCASE, SPORTS, VIDEO, VIDEO

After the dramatic City v. West showdown in the state tournament last year, both girls and boys teams will have a chance at a rematch this Friday night at City High, and the stakes are high, both teams are undefeated this season so far. West and City anticipate this event all year and both will be ready...

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