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Hiawatha Homecoming festivities kicked off this past week with a variety of activities.

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Highland athletics has continually taking steps forward over the recent years and now looks to continue that trend under new guidance as Dr. Bryan Dorrel assumes the role of Athletic Director.

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Two weeks of the college football season are in the books and Highland sits at 1-1 after the first two games falling 20-16 to Fort Scott on the road in week one and bouncing back in week two with a 21-0 victory at home against Ellsworth.

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The Highland volleyball team is off to a strong 8-1 and start to the 2019 season and the Scotties are on the move in the latest NJCAA Division II rankings this week in the first regular season poll of the year.

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The Highland Tournament has been a place the Scotties have put on a show on the volleyball court and under the guidance of Head Coach, Jon Bingesser are now 19-1 at their home tournament after going 4-0 this week in the tournament.

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After opening the season with a tough loss on the road the Scotties got some home cooking as they hosted Ellsworth for the 2019 home opener at Porter Family Stadium and Highland picked up their first win of the season.

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Hiawatha Middle School head coach Curt Weldon described what took place on Thursday afternoon as a “total team victory,” as the HMS Red Hawks pounced on the Riverside Cyclones on their own field early and did not take their foot off the gas in a convincing 50-0 trouncing that started Hiawath…

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Friday marked the middle schools League Meet in Royal Valley, as the junior Red Hawks hit the track and field to take on the best around the Big 7.

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The Hiawatha Middle School track team hosted the Hiawatha Invitational on the 29th, and the Hiawatha team posted strong results on the day.

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Hiawatha girls softball teams, photos courtesy of Deb’s Images. Watch the Hiawatha World for other team photos in upcoming issues from summer Little League teams.

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Atlanta Braves outfielder Charlie Culberson was taken to the hospital after being hit in the face by a 90-mph fastball in a game against the Washington Nationals. Umpires called the play a strike, setting off Braves manager Brian Snitker, who came out to argue and yell at the umpires over th…

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Lamar Jackson finishing a game with as many incompletions as carries would have been believable last year because he averaged a ridiculous 21 rushes per start.

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The second of three Oakland Raiders first-round rookies, Josh Jacobs, had the trio's most impressive debut Monday night, turning his 40 snaps (of a possible 55) into 113 yards from scrimmage and two touchdowns on 24 touches in a convincing win over t…

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Bears fans, you could have seen this exclusive analysis first, in your inbox, Saturday morning if you subscribed to PFW: Chicago. Don't miss out on in-depth analysis, without the fluff or hot takes. Subscribe today and get your first full year for on…

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Hiawatha Homecoming festivities kicked off this past week with a variety of activities.

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LAKE FOREST – There won’t be a single run, pass, block or tackle involved, but the most important matchup Sunday for the Bears and Denver Broncos as they try to get off the schneid and in the win column this season just may be between the 2018 NFL Co…

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After going a combined 22-6-2 straight up but only 12-18 against the spread out of the gate, Arthur and Hub are back to pick all the Week 2 action:

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The guys talk about how the Patriots and NFL could handle the sexual assault and rape allegations against new WR Antonio Brown and share their biggest Week 1 takeaways — including the standouts (New England, Baltimore and Tennessee) and biggest stenc…

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It's been a week, but we're still trying to figure out what went so horribly wrong vs. the Packers, while turning attention toward Vic Fangio's Broncos. A lot more Mitch postmortem but also who has the upper hand in the first reunion of the minds, an…

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Falls sports are off the ground at Horton High School, and it was a busy opening week for the Chargers’ teams.

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New Hiawatha tennis coach Trace Woods says his team is off to a strong start to the 2019 season. Two varsity meets are in the books, as well as a junior varsity tournament, and Woods has seen stead y improvement in both groups throughout the early going this year.

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The season opener is in the books for the Kansas City Chiefs, and what a start it was to the 2019 season. The Chiefs traveled to Jacksonville to take on one of the best defenses in the league and hung 40 points on the Jaguars to come away with a 14-point win.

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The Hiawatha Lady Red Hawk volleyball team hosted a triangular on Tuesday evening, welcoming Royal Valley and Jeff West. The varsity Hawks came away with a pair of wins and a pair of losses on the night, while the junior varsity squad swept their competition and the freshmen earned a split.

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A significant and almost certainly disproportionate amount of the blame for the Bears offensive debacle last Thursday night has been laid at the feet of Mitch Trubisky, and meeting the media Wednesday for the first time since last Thursday night, he …

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Hiawatha Middle School head coach Curt Weldon described what took place on Thursday afternoon as a “total team victory,” as the HMS Red Hawks pounced on the Riverside Cyclones on their own field early and did not take their foot off the gas in a convincing 50-0 trouncing that started Hiawath…

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Highland athletics has continually taking steps forward over the recent years and now looks to continue that trend under new guidance as Dr. Bryan Dorrel assumes the role of Athletic Director.