Cascade’s cross country program fared well at the Monticello Invitational Sept 14, where the varsity boys placed 10th and the girls showed marked improvement from earlier in the week.
Cascade had a great day at the Tipton Cross Country Invitational Sept. 10. Although the Cougars didn’t have complete teams in three of the four races, they had several solid individual finishes.
Cascade broke open a tight match with a 20-2 run in the third set on the way to a 20-25, 25-18, 25-10, 25-18 River Valley Conference volleyball win over Camanche at home, Sept. 5.
The Cascade Cougars hosted the Benton Bobcats for their first game of the year at James P. O’Meara Field Sept. 6. The Cougars came into the game after dropping their season opener at Monticello last week while Benton won dominantly, 51-7, over South Tama.
Cascade’s first volleyball match of the season kept fans on the edge of their seats throughout. The Cougars started their season off with a win at home, 3-2, over MFL MarMac (25-19, 20-25, 25-17, 14-25, 15-13).
As the final whistle blew last October, the Cascade football team finished with a 5-4 record for 2018. This included a 3-2 district record which was a small step back from the Cougars 2017 campaign where they went 10-1. Cascade will be looking to get back on track this season.
The Iowa High School Sports Network (IHSSN), in conjunction with the Iowa High School Athletic Association (IHSAA), is pleased to announce a new distribution plan that will allow boys state events to be viewed by a much larger statewide audience.
The 2019 Cascade Cougar softball squad concluded their season at 15-16 (8-10 RVC) after losing to Northeast (20-14) in the quarterfinals of the IGHSAU Class 2A, Region 6, July 10.
With three first-team selections to last year’s All-River Valley Conference list returning, the Cascade volleyball team is looking to make people sit up and take notice.
After guiding the Cascade Cougars to a North Division title in the River Valley Conference, Roamn Hummel was named the league’s North Coach of the Year. Cascade’s Riley Reed, Haris Hoffman and Reid Rausch all were named to the Elite team. Eli Green, Ted Weber and Kaleb Topping were distingui…
Five Members of the Cascade softball team were recently honored by the coaches of the River Valley Conference with inclusion on the league’s all-conference squad. Whitney Clemens was named to the elite team. Devin Simon, Mae Felton and Morgan Kremer were all distinguished on the North Divisi…
Nine innings weren’t enough to determine a winner of the championship game of the 73rd annual Cascade American Legion Post 528 Semi-Pro Baseball Tournament July 27, but four runs were, as Key West scored the winning run in the bottom of the 11th with the help of a Reds’ error to take the tou…
Brad Bockenstedt threw a complete-game five-hit shutout. Bryce Simon had three doubles and two RBIs. Nolan Weber drove in two runs without a hit as the Cascade Reds moved a step closer to winning their own tournament after beating Zwingle, 6-0, in their quarterfinal clash in July 21.
Several students from the Moser School of Dance and Gymnastics were recently recognized nationally by the USTA Power Tumbling organization and by the Iowa USTA organization for the 2019 competition season.
Some pre-game foreboding clouds that eventually broke apart served as the perfect metaphor for the top-seeded Cascade baseball team, that just won a post-season game that was a little too close for comfort.
Cascade used a six-run second inning to build a 6-2 lead in the championship game of the Farley Babe Ruth Tournament July 14 and hung on to top Farley, 12-8, for the tourney title.
The 34th annual Telegraph Herald All-Star Game was a hot one on the thermometer as well as on the diamond July 13, as the Eastern Iowa Hawkeye League (EIHL) broke a 2-2 deadlock with four runs across the last two innings to down the Prairie League (PL), 6-3, at A.J. Spiegel Field in Peosta.
For the Northeast Rebels, the road from their home in Goose Lake to playing against the Beckman Blazers in the regional semifinals, quite literally, went through Cascade. The Cougars visited Northeast for a quarterfinal matchup, July 10, and found themselves overwhelmed in a season-ending, 1…
Cascade’s softball team split a pair of games last week to finish the regular season at 15-15 (8-10 RVC). A scheduled doubleheader with North Cedar July 2 yielded a single 11-8 Cougar victory after the nightcap was canceled due to weather. The team returned to face a powerful RVC foe in 2A, …
Following a short, two-game, two-loss week, the Cascade baseball team is looking to secure a bit more consistency on the offensive spectrum as it heads into the final week of the regular season.
Seven will be inducted into the Dubuque County Baseball Hall of Fame Saturday, July 13 at A.J. Spiegel Field in Peosta as part of this year’s Hall of Fame festivities.
The rosters are set for the annual Telegraph Herald Semi-Pro Baseball All-Star Game, which will be played Sunday, July 13 at A.J. Spiegel Field in Peosta at 6:30 p.m. After the game, the 34th class will be inducted into the Dubuque County Baseball Hall of Fame.
Cascade’s softball team went 4-4 in an action-packed week to keep its record even at 14-14 (7-9 RVC). The Cougars dropped their game at Iowa City Regina before falling in a doubleheader at Maquoketa They fell the following day at West Branch before winning four straight over Monticello, Mid-…