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One drill made then five-year old Adam Fahs want to coach wrestling. It took him several weeks to complete the task. Once he did, he started to learn the nuances of the sport.

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Ellsworth Community College played Quakedale Prep Academy out of New Providence for the second time this season, however this is the first time it counted.

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After eight minutes, South Hardin trailed the visiting East Marshall by just one point. Throughout the next three quarters, the Tigers were outscored by 22 to fall 47-24 in their first home conference game.

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The season may not have ended the way Ellsworth Community College had hoped, but the postseason rewards continue to come in for the Panthers.

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Russ Banzhaf couldn’t help but smile Friday in Ackley. For the first time in 33 years, the gentleman farmer and former head coach was in a no-lose situation as AGWSR tipped off a boys basketball game.

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Meghan VanDePol has always been extremely competitive. From a young age, she was a tomboy that loved sports. That has blossomed through the years as she is now a multi-sport athlete at South Hardin who competes in every season.

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Ellsworth Community College was unable to take advantage of Southwestern Community College early as the visitors sent the Panthers continuing on a four game slide – 80-75.