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Finally, North Scott’s golf team got on the course last week, and just in time to work out the kinks and prepare for the end-of-the-season tournament run. more
The smiles told the story. more
The season is far from over, and while goals may start to change, confidence is still running high in North Scott’s volleyball camp. more
They aren’t quite where they need to be, but progress is being made. Yes, North Scott’s golf team is hitting the ball in the right direction. more
The last time Chloe Engelkes was seen on a cross country course, it was at the 2016 state meet in Fort Dodge, and she finished near the tail end of the field, the seventh Lancer to cross the line. more
Thursday was the first day of school for North Scott students, and the Lancer volleyball team used the entire week to get a head start on their lessons. more
Aug. 20, 2003: North Scott’s Little League baseball team was eliminated from competition at the Little League World Series in Williamsport, losing 7-2 to Texas and 8-7 to Delaware. North Scott team members included Elliott Schlabach, Jimmy DeFrieze, Greg Daniels, Blake Anderson, Ryan Voss.  more
North Scott will open the 2018 season Tuesday night by hosting Clinton. Coach Allie Miguel said that if her team wants to contend for the MAC title, they need to be ready to roll. more
There’s a new but familiar face atop the scorecard of North Scott’s boys’ golf program, and he comes with a whole lot of course cred. more
Between getting married, going on a honeymoon and spending time in the gym with her team, it’s been a busy summer for North Scott volleyball coach Allie Miguel. more
Make no mistake about it. North Scott’s cross country teams are ready to roll, and if the 2018 season doesn’t end in Fort Dodge, then there’s going to be a whole slew of upset Lancers. more
Aug. 7, 1968: Barry Lahann was hired as coordinator of physical education for the North Scott elementary schools. He was working on planning curriculum for grades 1-6 and would be teaching one class a week to each elementary class section in the district. more
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