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Vasin Thurman passes the ball to scrimmage teammate Quentin Schneider while Sam Avery defends down low as part of the Holy Trinity Catholic boys basketball camp. The varsity Crusaders will have a new coach this year: Dave Steffensmeier.
Eion Powers takes a strong cut, as shown by his facial expression, in a recent Class 1A district baseball game against New London at Van Buren High School.
FAIRFIELD — Improvement can be a victory. While the extremely young Fort Madison High School varsity baseball team struggled to win just two games this year, Fort Madison High School coach Rich McGhghy said a big change from the players at the beginning of the season to end of the season.
Colton Herrick returned to the high jump after a two-year absence and ended up seventh at state. He’s shown here jumping at the Southeast Conference meet in Fairfield two weeks ago.
Cruz Fedler, shown here in last Thursday's varsity match with Holy Trinity, and his FMHS soccer teammates will play at Keokuk today against the host Chiefs.
FMHS senior JoAnne Hanssen placed third at No. 6 singles in the Southeast Conference meet on Monday at the Bloodhounds' courts.
Fort Madison's Andrea Otte, shown here in an earlier meet, won the No. 4 singles title at the league tournament on Monday at the FMHS courts.
Track And Field
Mya Merschman, 12, was one of 92 competitors at the annual George Wright Memorial Hershey track meet on May 7. Max Alvarez waits his turn.
HTC's Max Hellman shows a striking resemblance to Ralph Macchio of Karate Kid fame from the 1984 movie. Hellman scored the match-winning goal a minute into overtime, and the Crusaders beat Burlington Notre Dame 2-1.
Why I Run
Kaylee Alvarez of FMHS won the 3,000-meter run in the Southeast Conference meet Thursday at Fairfield. She was one of two league champs for FMHS. Jordyn Meierotto won the high jump.
Brad Vogel was named the IIAC track performer of the week last week.
FMHS senior Joel Knipe hands the baton off to fellow senior Nick Guzman for the anchor leg of what proved to be the Southeast Conference champion 4x800-meter relay.
FMHS soccer player Brynn Schroeder handles the ball with her foot in a recent varsity match.
Allison Sporkman was the overall female 5K winner, at the 2014 West Point Bunny Hop.
Girls Soccer Team
Meghan Nolting of the FMHS girls soccer team gives the ball a kick from near the Hounds' goal during a match at Burlington Notre Dame.
Jonathan Franzen was the overall 5K winner at the 2014 West Point Bunny Hop.
FMHS forward Allison Brune (22) tries to get the ball during a recent varsity soccer match.
Central Lee sprinter Britany Mathison will overtake this Regina runner down the stretch in the sprint medley relay during Fort Madison's Pen City Relays.
The HTC boys basketball team recently received honors during awards night in West Point. They are (from left): Luke Fullenkamp, Ryan Koenig, Blake Hellweg, Colin Kassmeyer, Sam Harmeyer, Tanner Kelch And Dylan Menke.
Austin Brune of FMHS heads the soccer ball, which flies by Central Lee’s Hunter Roush during a Lee County boys soccer match between Fort Madison and Central Lee.
Chloe Carter of the Lady Hounds tennis team returns the ball at the Fort Madison Tennis Invitational.
FMHS' No. 1 golfer, Jordan Hubbs, led the Hounds to a second-place finish at the Lee County Golf Tournament at Sheaffer Memorial Golf Course.
Logan Huffman captured the 200-meter dash for Fort Madison H.S. at the Falcon Relays in West Burlington.
Seasons Of The Year
FMHS tennis player Drake Hogan returns the ball against Matt Zihlman of Mount Pleasant at No. 2 singles in the Hounds season opener.
Logan Huffman won the 200-meter dash at Monday's Falcon Relays in West Burlington.