Hadyn Miller

Area spring sports athletes such as Iowa Falls-Alden's Hadyn Miller (pictured at last year's state track meet) are waiting to see if they will be able to have a season due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Many spring sports athletes are in a holding pattern due to last week's recommendation from Iowa Governor Kim Reynolds that all schools in the state close for a four-week period in an attempt to slow the spread of COVID-19.

Iowa Falls-Alden senior track sprinter Hadyn Miller is among that group. She brought high goals into her final season wearing a Cadet uniform, including breaking the school record in the 400 meters and qualifying for state in multiple events.

Brayden Harris

South Hardin’s Brayden Harris had big expectations for his senior year on the track. He is a returning State qualifier for the Tigers in the 400 low hurdles and was eyeing a return to the Blue Oval in multiple events.

Karsyn Stalzer

Karsyn Stalzer was excited to fill the number one slot on the Iowa Falls-Alden tennis team, but is unsure if she will be able to play this spring. The uncertain climate due to COVID-19 has left athletes with anxiety.

Jaden Penning

Jaden Penning - the returning leading goal scorer for the IF-A/AGWSR soccer team - said players are responsible for staying ready should the season commence.

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