CEDAR RAPIDS - Earlier this season, a reporter asked Iowa City West boys' tennis coach Mitch Gross about the #x201c;triple crown#x201d; of prep tennis.
At the time, Gross dismissed the thought of winning a state championship in singles, dou ... »
A periodic look at former Gazette-area high school athletes and where they are now:
l Iowa colleges - Mount Mercy junior second baseman Mallory Madsen of Coralville (Solon) earned second-team all-Heart of America Athletic Conference honors in soft ... »
Patrick Lausen came to Cedar Rapids to play football and fell in love with rugby.
"It's just become an incredible experience for me," he said.
Lausen grew up in San Diego, then jumped at an opportunity to play NCAA Division III football ... »
I get it.
You're heading to this beautiful golf course and you and your buddies are going to play "the tips" today. Or in another scenario, you've played the white tees all your life but you don't hit it as far as you used to but doggone it I'm ... »
CLARENCE - At track and field meets, I compete in both.
High jump has become a big part of my track and field career.
My freshman year, I could barely clear 4-feet, 10-inchs and my sophomore year I made 5-feet. So my expectation for j ... »
CLARENCE - The North Cedar's boys' track team is headed for state after qualifying in three relays at the district track meet.
The state qualifying meet was held in Tipton last Thursday and the Knights won the sprint medley and 400 relays and pl ... »
CLARENCE - The North Cedar's girls' track and field team is hopefully a team you've heard about.
If not already familiar with it, you may be soon.
The track season feels like it just started, but in the blink of an eye the season is c ... »