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Tammy Nelson throws out the first pitch as her husband, Curt Nelson, looks on. The Nelsons were honored Friday night at the Jack Marlowe Athletic Complex for their dedication to the baseball and softball programs. Curt coached baseball for the district. The Nelson’s donated $20,000 for the s…

Easton Valley Boys basketball team members, and their coach, continue to gather post season awards in the wake of their one-loss season. Both Jessen Weber and Kaleb Cornilsen were named to the Iowa Class 1A Boys All-Substate team.  In addition, their head coach, Dan Beck, was named the coach…

This fall, the Maquoketa and Easton Valley football teams will see a lot of new faces as they play on some fields they have not been to in a long time or, in some cases, have never been to. 

The Maquoketa Cardinals boys basketball season came to an end Feb. 24 at the hands of the Central DeWitt Sabers at the Sabers’ gym 35-22. 

They shot hoops together for about a decade, and it shows.

Maquoketa Cardinal Brady Digmann dislocated his knee cap in a basketball game; he did not break it as reported on the sports pages in the Jan. 29 Sentinel-Press. We regret the error.

Thayne Chapin achieved a pinnacle accomplishment in trapshooting, returning to Maquoketa from the state trapshooting competition as a double state champion. The tournament was held June 5-9 in Cedar Falls. 

The Class 4A No. 13 Maquoketa girls basketball team played the No. 2-ranked Marion Indians Friday night. The Cardinals were on the short end of the stick falling 72-60. 

The Easton Valley River Hawks had another impressive week of basketball, winning two more games to move. Their season record to 7-0. 

They shot hoops together for about a decade, and it shows.

Maquoketa Cardinal Brady Digmann dislocated his knee cap in a basketball game; he did not break it as reported on the sports pages in the Jan. 29 Sentinel-Press. We regret the error.

Thayne Chapin achieved a pinnacle accomplishment in trapshooting, returning to Maquoketa from the state trapshooting competition as a double state champion. The tournament was held June 5-9 in Cedar Falls. 

The Class 4A No. 13 Maquoketa girls basketball team played the No. 2-ranked Marion Indians Friday night. The Cardinals were on the short end of the stick falling 72-60. 

The Easton Valley River Hawks had another impressive week of basketball, winning two more games to move. Their season record to 7-0. 

The Maquoketa Cardinals boys basketball team opened its season at home against Vinton-Shellsburg last Tuesday on a positive note, coming away with a hard-fought 62-51 victory.