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October 10th, 2019

Bolts sixth in MVC 2nd round divisional golf

Luke Nichols leads Liberty with 85

DUBUQUE– The Liberty High varsity boys golf team ended three rounds of Mississippi Valley Conference (MVC) competition in sixth place among the eight-team Valley Division on Monday, Sept. 30, after the second divisional tournament. The tourney was held at the Dubuque Golf and Country Club, and hosted by Dubuque Wahlert.

Vball Bolts sink the Boats 3-0

No. 2 Liberty High sweeps CCA

NORTH LIBERTY– Liberty High’s varsity volleyball team swept Clear Creek Amana (CCA) 3-0 in a non-conference match up Thursday, Oct. 3, at Liberty High. The Lightning, ranked No. 2 in Class 5A by the Iowa Girls High School Athletic Union in its Thursday, Oct. 3, rankings, improved to 21-1 while the Clippers, unranked in Class 4A, dipped to 13-8.

Creek Boys roll over the River Kings

CCA shuts out Clinton, 43-0

TIFFIN– Clear Creek Amana (CCA) Head Football Coach Gabe Bakker was sporting a fresh haircut Friday, Oct. 4, before the start of the varsity game against the visiting River Kings of Clinton.
“That mojo from last week had to go,” he said.

Women of Troy and Lightning top the swimming Tigers

Liberty’s Martin wins 200 IM and 100 breaststroke, Trent 2nd in 500 freestyle

CORALVILLE– The combined swimming and diving teams of Liberty High and Iowa City West High knocked off the Cedar Falls Tigers Tuesday, Oct. 1, to remain undefeated through six home meets this season. The Women of Troy and Lightning varsity defeated the Tigers,122-64, with the junior varsity (JV) winning, 113-72.

Keeney wins for Liberty girls, Barker runner-up for CCA boys

IOWA CITY– Liberty High sophomore Ashlyn Keeney blazed her way to another victory Thursday, Oct. 3, at City High’s 2019 Bud Williams Invitational cross country meet at the University of Iowa’s Ashton Course. Keeney won the varsity girls 5k run in 18:06.60, nearly 18 seconds ahead of runner-up Claire Edmondson from Dubuque Senior. Dubuque Senior took the team title with City High the runner-up, while the Lightning were third in team points.
Clear Creek Amana (CCA) freshman Haidyn Barker was ninth in 19:42.19 and led the Clippers to a seventh-place team finish.

Teen motivates Iowa City area climate activists

IOWA CITY– Swedish teen Greta Thunberg urged 3,000 climate advocates in downtown Iowa City to take on the worldwide crisis… before it is too late.
She shared a makeshift stage at Dubuque and Iowa Streets with local students who have been “climate striking” each Friday for months. The 16-year-old has made international headlines over the last couple months, including her solar-powered boat voyage across the Atlantic Ocean to speak at the United Nations climate summit a couple weeks ago.

Six running for seats on CCA’s School Board

Introducing Eileen Schmidt, Jennifer Mooney, Matt McAreavy, Brian Hosford and Jeff Tackaberry

OXFORD– The Clear Creek Amana (CCA) Community School District will see changes in its School Board of Directors in the wake of the Tuesday, Nov. 5, elections as board members Terry Davis and Steve Swenka are not seeking reelection while incumbent Matt McAreavy will face Brian Horsford, former board member Eileen Schmidt and Penny Schnedler in a contest for two at-large seats.

Clear Creek Amana attends Quad Co. Soil Judging Contest

MUSCATINE– More than 150 FFA members from 12 schools competed in the Annual Quad County Soils Competition. The Soil Contest was held by the Soil and Water Conservation Districts from Iowa, Keokuk, Poweshiek and Mahaska Counties put on the event.

Six seeking NL council seats

Introducing Brent Smith, Matthew Eckhardt, Mike Nichols and Bryan Wayson

NORTH LIBERTY– Three incumbents will face two challengers on the Tuesday, Nov. 5, election ballot in North Liberty for three city council seats. RaQuishia Harrington, Chris Hoffman and Brent Smith will defend their four-year terms against challengers Matthew Eckhardt and Michael Nicholls. Harrington and Smith are new to the council with Harrington winning a special election in March to fill the vacancy left by Jim Sayre (who moved out of state) while Smith was appointed by the council in May to replace Jennifer Goings (who also has left the area).

Eight candidates for ICCSD board seats

Introducing Michael Tilley, Shawn Eyestone and Lisa Williams

IOWA CITY– Eight candidates are on the ballot for four seats on the Iowa City Community School District (ICCSD) School Board. Incumbents Shawn Eyestone and Paul Roesler will attempt to keep their seats while Charlie Eastham, Matthew Getz, Michael Tilley, Julie Van Dyke, Stephanie Van Housen and Lisa C. Williams will also challenge for a spot.