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North Scott’s softball team suppressed the coronavirus pandemic, turned in a successful summer campaign, and reaped its share of individual awards. more
Really, how can you be disappointed? What in the world is there to complain about? more
Talk about déjà vu, only with a little more dominance and a lot less drama. Boy, it was as if they’d never left. more
There was never a doubt. more
Having emerged victorious against Western Dubuque last night, the Lancers will make their 2020 state tournament debut in a rare Monday afternoon affair in Fort Dodge. more
If Brooke Kilburg were smart, she would have gone to Casey’s General Store Tuesday morning and ordered a breakfast pizza. more
They were loose. There was lots of laughter. All eyes were looking forward. more
The stage is set, the destination is plugged into the GPS, and the fuel tank is loaded with an extra boost of confidence. A Mississippi Athletic Conference championship is still an uphill climb, but North Scott’s softball team is ready to chart a course back to Fort Dodge. more
Having to play through injuries, including one of the season-ending variety, hasn’t kept North Scott's softball team from making progress in the COVID-19 shortened season. more
It didn’t play out as it was drawn up in the scorebook, but North Scott isn’t spending much time dwelling on the double dip loss to Muscatine on Thursday. more
North Scott couldn’t have picked a better way to kick off its 2020 campaign Monday night, and the doubleheader sweep of Clinton is just what the Lancers needed as they prepare for Thursday night’s big MAC showdown with Muscatine. more
It’s big, bold and beautiful. North Scott is definitely embracing the giant target on its collective back, and with the COVID-19 abbreviated season set to get under way, the Lancers are anxious to get back to work. more
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