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  • Hawkeye Insider: Sears Pokes Holes in Iowa’s 2-0 Start

    IOWA CITY – One week the defense looks elite, the next, not so much. Iowa can finish non-conference play with a perfect record, but the team is far from flawless. John Sears plays the part of handyman, and helps fix the Hawks.

  • Iowa’s Offense has Found its Playmakers

    IOWA CITY- What appeared to be the Hawkeyes weakness before the season became the difference maker in the CyHawk shootout.

  • WIRED: A Tour with the Keeper of Dragon Stadium

    JOHNSTON – It’s a great day to be a Dragon. There’s that new Game of Thrones buzz. Plus, if you live in Johnston you have a new school, and a new stadium.

  • WIRED: Baxter’s Road to Nowhere

    BAXTER – For the past 29-years Baxter was just a letter in a trio of towns. Now, Baxter is paving its own path in this weeks WIRED.

  • Pella Begins Third Title Defense

    PELLA, Iowa – No one on the Little Dutch practice field knows what it’s like to lose. It’s crazy to think, but that’s Pella’s reality. The Little Dutch are three-time defending champs riding a 41-game winning streak, but a fourth straight title will take their best work yet.

  • Kid’s Swarm Kinnick, Get First Look at James Butler

    IOWA CITY – There are 21 days until the Hawkeyes first game day swarm, but there was a different swarm today. All the kid captains took over the field to get up-close with some of their favorite players, while Iowa went full-pads for the first time this fall.

  • UNI Lands Top-100 Recruit

    CEDAR FALLS- A.J. Green is staying home to play for his dad, Kyle, who is UNI’s recruiting coordinator. Green averaged 21-points per game at Cedar Falls during his junior season.

  • Panther Brothers Add Personality to Both Sides of the Ball

    CEDAR FALLS – The only thing separating A.J. and Trevor Allen is are their positions. The brothers from Waukee sure are putting their personalities on both sides of the ball.

  • I THINK: Admire is Fascinated by Jacob Park

    DES MOINES – The bright lights of media day got to Michael Admire. He thinks Jacob Park can live up to the “media day hype.”

  • Johnston Little League Hopes to Repeat History

    JOHNSTON- Last summer Johnston Little League made history by qualifying for its first Little League World Series, and then winning a game in Williamsport. Johnston has a whole new group of all-stars and now they’re back to defend the Midwest title.

  • Waukee Returns for the ” Whole Marbles”

    WAUKEE – Waukee seniors don’t know what a baseball season is like without a state tournament. Now, they want to feel what its like to win a state championship.

  • Martensdale-St. Marys Beats the Heat, and Hudson

    DES MOINES – Martensdale-St. Marys plays fundamental baseball, but even Blue Devils struggle in this type of heat. Martensdale-St. Marys was still able to overcome the extra walks, and mental mistakes to beat Hudson 7-4. The Blue Devils advance to the 1A semifinals next Thursday.