After capturing another conference title, it has been an uneven ride for the Bulldogs to close out the season and get to postseason play.
The Bulldog cross country team will make their final trip of the season to Eagle Grove tomorrow night to participate in the district meet.
The Bulldog cross country team will make their final trip of the season to Eagle Grove tomorrow night to participate in the district meet.
The Bulldog cross country team will make their final trip of the season to Eagle Grove tomorrow night to participate in the district meet.
“Great volleyball tonight in Lake Mills,” exclaimed Coach Jim Boehmer, after he watched his team rally from a 0-1 deficit to capture the next three sets and down Forest City 3-1 for their 15th consecutive conference championship.
“Great volleyball tonight in Lake Mills,” exclaimed Coach Jim Boehmer, after he watched his team rally from a 0-1 deficit to capture the next three sets and down Forest City 3-1 for their 15th consecutive conference championship.

Sports

~ vs. Eagle Grove ~ “I was very pleased with ​our team focus tonight.  I thought the girls had a great mindset and worked to improve,” commented Coach Jim Boehmer on his thoughts after his Bulldogs swept Eagle Grove on Parent’s Night last week. Leading the way offensively, was Mallory Wilhelm,...
Despite not running a full race, and a number of runners missing due to illlness and injury, Coach Jamie Haugen was pleased with the performance of her runners in their second outing of the season at Belmond-Klemme. “We were told that the course appeared to be short, and would need to be measured...
Despite holding a lead for much of the game, Lake Mills found themselves on the short end of the score when it mattered most, dropping a decision to Newman Catholic 35-31 last Friday in Mason City. “It was a great game,” noted Head Coach Bill Byrnes. “Lake Mills led the entire game until Newman...
The Bulldogs wrapped up a busy second week, with a Saturday tourament in Algona, where they not only faced several ranked opponents, but schools playing a division above the Bulldogs. After sweeping their first two oppenents, the Bulldogs picked up their first loss of the season in tournament play...
One highlight coming out of the opening cross country meet of the season, was the fact that both the boys and girls were able to field full teams—something that was in question prior to the start of the season. The other highlight was strong finishes by a number of runners on both teams, that has...
It happens about as often as a total eclipse, but results from the Iowa roadside pheasant survey, conducted during the first two weeks of August, are not lining up with what is being reported from the field and by landowners from around the state. “Survey results indicate a statewide average...
NORTHWEST Arrowhead Lake Bluegill - Fair: Catch 8- to 9-inch bluegills near structure in 5- to 10-feet of water. For deeper fish, drift a small jig tipped with a piece of crawler. Use a bobber if fishing closer to shore. Black Hawk Lake Surface water temperature is around 75 degrees. Water...
After a slow start offensively, with both teams feeling one another out, the Bulldogs broke through with the first score of the game on a 23-yard touchdown connection from Cael Boehmer to Alex Martinson. They would never relinquish the lead, ending up on top 21-12. “Tough battle,” said Head Coach...
A new year, and many new faces in prominent roles, the Bulldogs picked up where they left off last year, winning their opener in three straight sets over host, West Hancock. “​I thought we played very well tonight. Strong opening night for us,” said Coach Jim Boehmer of the opening performance. “I...
Men's senior four-man best shot for Wednesday, Aug. 16, had the teams of Lyle Thomson, Frank Ostby, Louie Toulouse, Paul Yost and Chip Stelter, Bruce Anderson, Marlin Senne tying with a 61. Closest to the pin on the par 3’s were Chip Stelter, #2; Jon Helgeson, #4; Bruce Anderson, #6; Louie Toulouse...

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