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Recent articles by Joe:

High school football: Demons' QB sets tone early in win over WB-ND

WB-ND finishes season with an 0-9 record, but showed improvement throughout the season despite key injuries → Read More

No. 13 New London volleyball awaits WACO in Class 1A regional quarterfinals

Defense, tough serving propel New London into Class 1A quarterfinals. → Read More

No. 10 WACO High School football survives defensive battle vs. New London

Reichenbach's 24-yard pass to Jonah Clark is the difference as Warriors edge Tigers → Read More

Iowa Wesleyan football to make North Star Athletic Association debut Saturday

Tigers quarterback Esquivel has completed 96 of 176 passes for 1,075 yards and eight touchdowns in four games. → Read More

Mount Pleasant 24, WB-ND 20: What we learned in the Panthers' win over the Falcons

WB-ND's chance to win takes big hit when senior running back Travain Donaldson leaves game with knee injury → Read More

Iowa Wesleyan football, led by Gavin Esquivel, ready to invade Bracewell Stadium

Iowa Wesleyan football will entertain Trinity International at noon on Saturday at Bracewell Stadium in Burlington. → Read More

What we learned from Burlington's 39-18 win over Washington in week 1 of high school football

The Burlington High School football team came from behind to defeat Washington's Demons, 39-18, in the season opener for both teams. → Read More

Men's soccer: SCC Blackhawks' champion title makes team a target

Blackhawks return almost entire roster from last year's NJCAA Division II national championship team. → Read More

Community makes Burlington Bees buzz better in first Prospect League season

Community support was vital as Bees made transition from Midwest League to college wooden bat league → Read More

College volleyball: Southeastern Community College can't hold leads, Indian Hills sweeps

Indian Hills visited trailed Southeastern Community College in every set, yet the Warriors bounced back to win all three games. → Read More

Boys high school basketball: Mount Pleasant weathers the Keokuk storm

Mount Pleasant boys' basketball wins the game that matters after dropping two games to Keokuk in regular season. → Read More

Girls basketball: Notre Dame shooting spree sinks W-MU, Nikes advance to regional championship

Three-point barrage in third quarters sends No. 10 Nikes into a regional final → Read More

Boys basketball: Delayed momentum carries New London past Nikes

Kasel's big first half lifts New London past Notre Dame in Class 1A district semifinal → Read More

Nikes sweep Wapello on pitch

Izzy Hase and Amelia Schwenker each turned a hat trick to lead No. 9 (Class 2A) Notre Dame-West Burlington/Danville to a 10-0 victory over Wapello in a → Read More

Falcons sweep own meet

West Burlington-Notre Dame swept the boys and girls team titles in its own Falcon Coed Relays Thursday at Bill Nelson Field.The Falcons won the boys title → Read More

Falcons repeat as state champions

Louisa-Muscatine High School's Dustin Beaham opened with a perfect game and he and the Falcons' Whitney Morse won the boys and girls Class 1A high school → Read More

Tigers take down Panthers

MOUNT PLEASANT — A tough schedule can hurt a basketball team, but it can help, too.Mount Pleasant has had that tough schedule, including two ranked, → Read More

FRIDAY'S GIRLS PREPS: Bullettes pull away to down Wapello

Mediapolis High School blew the game open in the second half and defeated Wapello, 48-28, in a Southeast Iowa Superconference North Division girls → Read More

FRIDAY'S GIRLS BASKETBALL: Pfadenhauer sparks Danville in win

Alyssa Pfadenhauer scored a game-high 18 points and led Danville High School to a 49-42 SEI Superconference South Division girls basketball win over West → Read More

'Shorty' hits a biggie

A guy makes his shot. The buzzer sounds. His teammates rush onto the floor, mobbing him in jubilation.It looked like a championship finish, but it wasn't → Read More