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Following are results from stock car racing Saturday evening during HUSCO International Family Night at Maquoketa Speedway.

After sweeping West Delaware earlier in the week, the Maquoketa Cardinals baseball team traveled to Dubuque Wahlert for a non-conference game June 25. 

Izzy Hardin isn’t like any other 11-year-old. She loves to play softball, is very focused on excelling in everything she does, and has a brain tumor. 

Nothing can stop Jeff Weigman’s pursuit of adventure — not even a full hip replacement.

The Maquoketa Cardinals baseball team swept a double header Thursday night from the Benton Community Bobcats.

Following are results from stock car racing Saturday evening during QCJeeps.com Night at Maquoketa Speedway.

Carlene Paul competed in the Iowa girls high school golf event May 28-29 in Ankeny. This is the second straight year Paul qualified for state golf. Last year the Maquoketa girls golf team qualified; this year Paul got in as an individual. 

The Maquoketa Cardinals girls’ softball season got off to a good start by sweeping a doubleheader from Center Point-Urbana Wednesday, May 22. It took the Cardinals three innings to shake off the cobwebs and get the offense going, falling behind early 7-0.

Maquoketa and Easton Valley track athletes put forth valiant efforts in the state track meet at Drake Stadium over the weekend despite a rain-drenched track and soggy conditions.

Junior Kaleb Flenker is the Maquoketa Cardinals No. 1 tennis player. Flenker has held down the No. 1 slot since late in his freshman year and has seen steady improvement in his game since then.

Junior sprinter Sydney Stoll has stepped in a new role on the Easton Valley girls track and field team this year. After the graduation of the River Hawks top sprinter last year, coach Mike Kelly asked Stoll to be his No. 1 runner on the sprint relays. 

The Maquoketa Marlins swim team sent four local swimmers to Des Moines for the regional swim meet to compete against swimmers from Iowa, Minnesota and Nebraska. 

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Back in July or August, a group of men were in Vince O’Connell’s garage in Maquoketa. 

This article was written in January 2016, when the Maquoketa High School freshmen boys basketball team sported a 10-0 record in the WaMaC and a 10-2 record overall. It provided an early glimpse at the talents of the 2018-19 varsity team.

Easton Valley River Hawk Sadie Zaruba earned the Tri-Rivers East Conference Player of the Year honor in basketball.