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A week earlier, the Cougars (3-2, 3-1) were held to season lows in almost everything. The biggest was points as they fell 41-6 at home to ranked Newell-Fonda. Things were better in Rockford this Friday with the Cougars racking up 532 yards of total offense in taking a 64-58 win over the Warr…

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The AGWSR Cougars have pushed ranked teams to the limit this season, but have nothing to show for it. Just two days after a five-set loss to 12th-ranked South Hardin, they were looking for a bit of a breather.

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Numbers-wise, with 272 runners, the Wildcat Invite in Humboldt is one of the biggest the Iowa falls-Alden/AGWSR Cadets will run in all season. It was big based on competition as well.

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The AGWSR Cougars had their best day of volleyball yet when they one twice at the Gladbrook-Reinbeck Tournament on Sept. 15. The host Rebels, however, continued their mastery over the Cougars.

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A cool morning was almost perfect for a pair of local runners Saturday in Union. Iowa Falls-Alden/AGWSR Cadet Ellie Myer won handily in the girls race, while South Hardin Tiger Carter Kolthoff took fifth in the boys.

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It was a odd week in a strange year for the AGWSR football team. But then it was strange for the seventh-ranked Newell-Fonda Mustangs, too. Neither team began the week thinking that they would be meeting in Ackley Friday night.

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Minus a tough go in the A-P Tournament on Saturday, the AGWSR Cougars are proving to be a tough out. Especially against ranked opponents in the North Iowa Cedar League-West.

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The Ballard Invite is a real measuring stick for the Iowa Falls-Alden/AGWSR Cadet harriers. Split into two classes, it’s a chance to run with some of the best at similarly-sized schools while also seeing other 3A teams. Results and comparisons were mixed, but one thing remained clear.

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Saturday’s Aplington-Parkersburg Tournament in Parkersburg wasn’t exactly filled with creampuffs. The hosts have always been tough. But then there were ranked Denver (8th in Class 2A) and Wapsie Valley (2nd 1A).