FORT DODGE, Iowa — The importance of Maddie Harris to the Western Dubuque softball team can not be understated.
It wasn’t until this past spring that Jake Brosius realized the amount of power he had developed in his swing.
It’s a jaw-dropping statistic, but the reigning TH Softball Tri-Player of the Year entered this season without a single home run to her credit.
Western Dubuque’s Sawyer Nauman has been anxiously awaiting his time to shine.
Julia Finazzo had about as perfect of a sectional track and field meet as she could have imagined.
If last summer’s quarantine benefited anyone, it was Nate Offerman.
East Dubuque’s Sam Huntington had himself a day on May 13.
East Dubuque’s Dawson Feyen decided to give sprinting a try after his sophomore track and field season was canceled due to the coronavirus pandemic.
In a span of just one week, East Dubuque sophomore Hailey Heiar broke four school records.
Chayse Barth comes from a long line of dominant Cuba City running backs.
Missing out on last year’s canceled track and field season was all the motivation Audrey Biermann needed to come back faster and stronger for …
The season opened with a pair of historic victories for the Dubuque Senior boys soccer team.
Logan Brosius had high expectations for his junior season of track and field after helping Western Dubuque finish eighth in the shuttle hurdle…
Dawson Feyen is known as the East Dubuque Warriors’ silent leader.
Peyton Bauer’s football career has been anything but a smooth ride.
Galena’s Corrina Noble has been red hot from 3-point range this season.
Western Dubuque’s Dylan Johnson is doing a little bit of everything for the Bobcats this season.
The future is bright for Dubuque Hempstead sophomore bowler Libby Leach.
Emerson Lux-Morales is a man of few words, but that hasn’t stopped him from making his presence known.
The progression of Devin Tigges’ high school swimming career has been nothing short of amazing.
Dubuque Hempstead’s Kirsten Mitchell put her nerves aside and threw her best games of the season last week.
Cuba City’s Jack Misky had a stellar week for Wisconsin’s top-ranked boys basketball team.
As the lone starter returning from Cascade’s state semifinal team a year ago, Ally Hoffman knew she had to put the team on her shoulders as a …