Chelsie Brown, KCRG

Chelsie Brown

KCRG

Cedar Rapids, IA, United States

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Recent:
  • KCRG
Past:
  • KEYC News 12

Recent articles by Chelsie:

WATCH: Updated highlights from the state track meet

Eastern Iowans from all four classes compete for state titles at the Blue Oval. → Read More

First-time state champions were crowed opening day of the state track and field meet

The morning session of the Iowa state track and field meet featured events in 4A and 1A. → Read More

In his return to the Blue Oval, City High’s Washburn seeks a state crown

After claiming conference and district titles, one City High distance runner has his sights set on becoming a state champion. → Read More

Bry Olson makes her return to racing season

Opening weekend at Hawkeye Downs Speedway marked the return to racing season for one Cedar Rapids driver who was inspired by her family to return to the track. → Read More

4A and 3A athletes punch their tickets to the state track meet

4A athletes impressed at Kingston Stadium, while 3A athletes competed at Benton. → Read More

Softball factory is back to work at North Linn

The North Linn softball team is coming off an unforgettable season that ended with the Lynx claiming the Class 2A state title. → Read More

UNI’s special season includes breaking program’s home run record and MVC regular season title

The Northern Iowa softball team was picked as the preseason favorite to win the Missouri Valley Conference this spring. So far, the Panthers have lived up to those expectations claiming their fourth overall Missouri Valley Conference regular season title. → Read More

WATCH: Highlights from Tri-Rivers and MVC-Mississippi conference meets

Just two weeks away from the state meet in Des Moines, Eastern Iowa is gearing up with conference meets. → Read More

Union sophomore Sam Spore’s track and field season cut short after aging out of high school athletics

One Union Community track and field standout missed out on this year's Drake Relays. He also won't be able to participate in state in a few weeks after aging out of high school athletics as a sophomore. → Read More

From her playing days in high school, to coaching in college, Bri Strong continues winning championships

Whether it was during her playing days or now her coaching career, one Mount Vernon native continues to finds ways to win championships. → Read More

Competition remains open at quarterback position for Hawkeyes

Fans got their first glimpse of the 2022 Iowa football roster as the Hawkeyes hosted their final spring practice at Kinnick Stadium. Although the team is a little banged up, the battle at the quarterback position is evident. → Read More

Panthers showed continuity and confidence among offense during spring game

The Northern Iowa football team hosted their annual spring game at the UNI-Dome on Saturday. → Read More

Cedar Rapids Kernels excited to play Quad Cities River Bandits at Field of Dreams

The second ever professional baseball game to take place at the Field of Dreams movie site will feature the Cedar Rapids Kernels. → Read More

City High’s McCleary becomes program’s first to commit to wrestling in college

After trying out a new sport for the first time, one City High senior earned a scholarship to continue it at the next level. → Read More

Iowa edges Minnesota 2-1 to earn series win

Izaya Fullard and Ben Tallman hit back-to-back RBI singles in the fifth inning as the Iowa baseball team held on to beat Minnesota 2-1 to clinch the series win on the weekend. → Read More

Iowa City native Logan Cook lands with Providence

Former Iowa forward Logan Cook will finish out her collegiate basketball career at Providence College. → Read More

CR Prairie’s Blake Gioimo commits to Iowa State wrestling

Cedar Rapids Prairie junior Blake Gioimo announced via social media that he has committed to the Iowa State wrestling program. → Read More

Iowa City West’s second half performance powers Trojans past Little Hawks

After dropping their first rivalry game of the week, the Iowa City West boys soccer team bounced back with a 4-2 road victory over City High on Friday. → Read More

Iowa’s Brecht balancing baseball and football this spring

For most University of Iowa football players, their focus is on spring ball, but one player is balancing the gridiron and the diamond. → Read More

Two Iowa City men raise funds to help put Jason Parker back on a bike

A man paralyzed in Iowa during a tragic accident is hoping to get an adaptive bike to get back on the trails. Two Iowa City men are trying to make that happen. → Read More