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Wednesday, September 17, 2014
TUESDAY'S SCOREBOARD: HIGH SCHOOL VOLLEYBALL: Jefferson 3, Dubuque Wahlert 2 .... Kennedy 3, Cedar Falls 2 .... Prairie 3, Linn-Mar 2 .... Marion 3, Benton 0 .... Washington 3, Waterloo West 0 .... Xavier 3, Waterloo East 0 .... Cedar Valley Christian 3, Prince of Peace 0 .... GIRLS' SWIMMING - Jefferson 107, Waterloo West 70 .... Kennedy 125.5 Washington 59.5 .... Linn-Mar 127, Dubuque Wahlert 59 .... WOMEN'S SOCCER - Grinnell 4, Coe 1 .... MEN'S SOCCER - Mount Mercy 2, Dordt 1 (OT) .... MEN'S GOLF - Mount Mercy at Deer Park Classic ....
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Cedar Valley sweeps Prince of Peace

Maria Sequeira collected six kills and five assists Tuesday night as the Cedar Valley Christian volleyball team swept Prince of Peace, 25-18, 25-21, 25-19, at home.

Maggie Cach had eight assists and four kills for the Huskies. Shelby Hembera also had four kills.

Grace Etzel contributed six digs and four aces. Emma Slagle had five digs.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 16 September 2014 19:41
 

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Ulmer sets records for Cedar Valley

MOUNT VERNON - Kenan Ulmer passed for 315 yards and four touchdowns Friday night as Cedar Valley Christian lost to Central City, 58-36, in an 8-Player football game at Cornell College in Mount Vernon.

Ulmer set school records with his 315 yards and four TDs. He completed 23 of 56 passes and had three interceptions.

Eric Gustafson caught seven passes for 105 yards and two touchdowns. Tom Scroggs caught five passes for 58 yards and one touchdown. Scroggs also scored on an 18-yard interception return and caught a two-point conversion pass.

Travis Geels had four catches for 66 yards and Collin Heeren had four catches for 55 yards and a touchdown.

Eric Gustafson collected 21 tackles and Drew Gustafson had 13 tackles. They both had three tackles for losses. Scroggs made nine tackles.

Last Updated on Saturday, 13 September 2014 18:43

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Cedar Valley trimmed by Central City

CENTRAL CITY - The Cedar Valley Christian volleyball team dropped a marathon match against Central City in the Tri Rivers Conference Thursday night.

Central City prevailed in five sets, 10-25, 25-20, 25-21, 19-25, 15-10, after the Huskies rolled in the opening game.

Maria Sequeira collected 11 assists and five kills for Cedar Valley. Shelby Hembera had seven kills and three blocks. Maggie Cach contributed seven kills, seven assists and four aces.

   

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Huskies go 1-2 at Maquoketa Valley

DELHI - Cedar Valley Christian's volleyball team defeated MFL-MarMac 2-0 before losing a pair of 2-0 decisions to Maquoketa Valley and Tipton Tuesday night at the Maquoketa Valley Tournament.

The Huskies downed MFL, 21-14, 22-20. They lost 21-7, 21-15 to the host school and 21-15, 21-10 to Tipton.

Maria Sequeira led the Huskies with six kills, eight assists, seven digs and three ace serves. Shelby Hembera had six kills and Maggie Cach had three aces.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Cedar Valley drubbed by Clarksville

Hand it to the 20 hardy boys on the Cedar Valley Christian 8-man football team: They never give up.

After 22 straight lopsided losses, they won the first game in school history last Friday, 30-20, over Harmony at Farmington. That win had even their parents jumping on the field with joy.

Agony followed ecstasy Friday at home on the LaSalle Field, however, as Clarksville scored on the second play of the game and was hardly touched while taking a 59-6 halftime lead.

“Don’t just roll over and die,” Cedar Valley Christian Coach Ed Betsworth exhorted his young charges from the sidelines at one point. “Go out and get ’em.”

And so they did.

The spunky Huskies scored three touchdowns in a row in the second half, slowed down the continuous clock and ended up losing by a more respectable score of 67-26 to an unbeaten Indians squad that figures to be one of the favorites in its division this year.

Last Updated on Saturday, 06 September 2014 00:23

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