Cedar Falls swept the top three spots in two events – 200 free and 200 individual medley – as it scored a 109-61 win over Cedar Rapids Jeffers…
The University of Iowa wrestling program announced Wednesday that it will distribute #SorensenStrong headbands to the first 3,000 fans through…
Waterloo East couldn't deliver key buckets down the stretch Friday as the Trojans dropped a boys' basketball nail-biter to Iowa City High.
WATERLOO — Cedar Rapids Xavier got a pair of forfeits to end the meet and that helped the Saints to a 47-35 victory over Waterloo East Thursda…
Led by Kaden Karns, Waterloo West went undefeated to win its Battle of Waterloo pool Saturday morning.
High school girls' wrestling makes its Battle of Waterloo debut this weekend, and Cassy Herkelman-Jakoubek is right in the middle of it.
Waterloo East made Cedar Rapids Kennedy work for a girls' basketball win Tuesday.
Don Bosco put together a balanced offensive night and held off Belle Plaine in a boys' basketball matchup Monday.
Three Waterloo East wrestlers captured titles at Saturday's Oelwein Invitational.
Waterloo East picked up its second dual meet win of the season with a 40-26 victory over Cedar Rapids Washington Thursday in Mississippi Valle…
For 16 plus minutes, Waterloo East played great basketball against the Dubuque Wahlert.
Waterloo East had the upper hand early, but in the end Waterloo West prevailed in a season-opening boys' basketball game Tuesday.
Waterloo West showcased its depth and athleticism Tuesday in a girls' basketball victory over Waterloo East.
Metro wrestling coaches were generally pleased with what they saw Monday in their season-opening dual meets.
The metro area's high school wrestling teams are young, but they don't lack talent heading into the 2019-20 season.
WATERLOO — Nine players scored and Waterloo West took control early as the Wahawks opened the girls’ basketball season with a 66-46 victory ov…
The metro area has a tradition of outstanding prep bowlers, and 2019-20 shouldn't be any different.
WATERLOO — There were no surprises Tuesday during the Girls’ Metro Jamboree at Fred J. Miller Gymnasium at East High.