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Boo-Yah!

Boo-Yah!

Dillon Waskow, Reporter

January 8, 2015


Filed under SPORTS

Stuart Scott, after a solid career of twenty-two years as an anchor for ESPN, died Sunday, January 4th at the age of 49. Before the days of Stuart Scott, ESPN and just about every other news-broadcasting channel consisted of the average thirty year old white males with black suits, and maybe thei...

Waukee Falls short Against Dowling

Waukee Falls short Against Dowling

Adam Hensley, Sports Editor

November 21, 2014


Filed under Showcase, SPORTS, Uncategorized

The Warriors finished their season on Friday, November 14th; however, they finished in unfavorable fashion. Dowling Catholic defeated Waukee 42-28 in a game dominated by Maroon quarterback Ryan Boyle. Boyle threw for 145 yards and ran for 122 more, scoring three touchdowns (one passing, two rushing). Wauk...

On to the Dome

On to the Dome

Adam Hensley, Sports Editor

November 10, 2014


Filed under SPORTS, Uncategorized

The Waukee defense pitched their shutout thanks to help from their seniors

Waukee Moves On

Waukee Moves On

Adam Hensley, Sports Editor

November 4, 2014


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The Waukee Warriors defeated the Southeast Polk Rams 41-17 on a chilly, and at times rainy, Monday night game. The Warriors were led by Trevor Allen, who had 239 yards rushing along with 30 yards receiving, including a receiving touchdown. When Allen was not touching the ball, Pat Gray took over, running...

Boys Win State Golf

Boys Win State Golf

Adam Hensley, Sports Editor

October 16, 2014


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This past weekend, the Waukee Boys’ Golf Team won state for the third time in the past five years. The boys shot 32+, winning with a lead of eight strokes over Des Moines Roosevelt, Ottumwa, and Cedar Rapids Kennedy. The top scorer for Waukee was junior Tripp Kinney, who shot +4 and finished third...

What’s Next for the Iowa Hawkeyes?

What’s Next for the Iowa Hawkeyes?

Caleb Andrews, Reporter

September 25, 2014


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The sun still might have a chance to shine over the Iowa Hawkeyes football season. In came CJ Beathard, the back up quarterback maybe the ray of hope that could possibly salvage an Iowa team that looked lifeless. The Hawkeyes were projected to go 9-3 by Bleacher report.com but after a disgusting loss...

Offenses Outshine Defenses in a High Scoring Affair

Offenses Outshine Defenses in a High Scoring Affair

Adam Hensley, Sports Editor

September 6, 2014


Filed under Showcase, SPORTS

After relying heavily on its defense last week, Waukee turned to its offense in a 48-41 win - the definition of a Friday night thriller. The first quarter ended with a 6-3 Waukee lead - a field goal by the Rams and a TD pass from Ben Ferkin to Koy Schneiter (two point conversion failed) - leaving...

Waukee Sends Valley Home With a Loss

Waukee Sends Valley Home With a Loss

Adam Hensley, Sports Editor

August 29, 2014


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Nothing feels better than defeating a rival, and Waukee did just that. On Friday night, the Warriors took care of the rival Valley Tigers 28-6 in a wet season opener. Valley, after a long opening kickoff return, stalled on a drive in Warrior territory, and missed a 48 yard field goal. ...

State Track 2014

Adam Hensley, Sports Editor

May 27, 2014


Filed under SPORTS, Uncategorized

From the beginning of the season to the state meet, both the Waukee boys' and girls' teams ran well, overcoming obstacles en route to the season's finish. The Waukee boys' track team capped off its undefeated season with the biggest victory of all: a state championship. Earning its first 4A title...

Exceptional Running at Waukee Meets

Adam Hensley, Sports Editor

April 9, 2014


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Springtime means track time in Waukee. Both the boys and girls performed exceptionally in their first home meets. On March 28th, the boys won their meet, scoring 204 team points. Waukee’s shuttle hurdle relay (Noah Larrison, Josh Brdicko, Scott Stanley, and Jared Brdicko) set the Early Bird meet ...

Late Shot Propels Waukee to Victory

Adam Hensley, Sports Editor

February 26, 2014


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Carlie Littlefield’s layup with 2.7 seconds remaining gave Waukee the victory on Tuesday. Littlefield finished the game with 11 points, but her two biggest points came at the end. Up 25-22 at halftime, the Warriors eventually lost their lead, but regained it with seconds to go in the game. Before her...

Top 10 Games of the 2013/14 College Football Season

Top 10 Games of the 2013/14 College Football Season

Adam Hensley, Sports Editor

January 10, 2014


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This season left college football fans begging for more. Fantastic finishes, major upsets, and dramatic rivalries dominated the year, keeping fans on the edge of their seats. With such a wild year, many wonder which games were the best. After careful selection, ladies and gentlemen, I give to you the...

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