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At every wrestling practice, Riley Burke loses to his drill partner. But those defeats play a big role in why the Iowa Falls-Alden senior wins big in front of packed gymnasiums.

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South Hardin’s Waylen Butler knows what it takes to become a better athletes and it starts in the offseason.

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Kennedy Campbell attended her first Iowa State wrestling match when she was in eighth-grade, and was immediately hooked by the atmosphere that collegiate wrestling had to offer.

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When an injury sidelined South Hardin sophomore Addie Heubner, she knew that she still wanted to be a member of the team – but wasn’t sure how.

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The current generation of high school students have grown up with active shooter drills and lockdowns as the norm. They weren’t alive for the moment in U.S. history that changed so many lives forever – the Columbine High School massacre.

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It's that time of year again! Join us as we travel to enchanted forests and dark seas in search of the origins of our magical powers! Through the mist we break bringing peace to prognosticators far and wide.

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In order to be a good point guard confidence is key. Knowing when the game is on the line, you will make the right play. That is what South Hardin’s Garrison Tripp likes about his position.

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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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If there is one thing about the boys basketball team at AGWSR it’s that not a lot changes. That’s what made Russ Banzhaf’s decision to step down as the head Cougar both surprising and something to take in stride.