It took 75 years for the Cascade Reds to include a home run contest in their semi-pro tournament, but it’s safe to say it was well worth the wait.
Eli Green and Ben Jacobsen combined for a no-hitter as the Cascade Reds defeated Placid, 4-0, in a second-round game of the Cascade American Legion Post 528 Semi-Pro Tournament, July 25.
The Cascade Legends lost to the Monticello Cubs, 7-0, in their first-round game in the Cascade American Legion Post 528 Semi-Pro Tournament before a packed house at American Legion Park, July 19.
The Cascade Cougars lost to Beckman, 8-3, in the Class 2A, District 9 final on Saturday night at Jenk Field in Dyersville. It was a defeat largely of their own making. The Cougars committed six errors and went one for eight with runners in scoring position, leaving 10 men on base.
The Cascade Cougars and Anamosa Blue Raiders faced off in a Class 2A District Semifinal, July 13, at Jenk Field in Dyersville. The Cougars left no doubt in the 7-0 victory.
Three home runs highlighted the Cascade Reds’ dazzling display of firepower during the first round of tournament play July 16, easily allowing them to finish off Holy Cross in just five innings.
It was the year 1931 when a group of young men gathered to form a baseball league in the Dubuque County area. Little could they have known that 90 years later, that same association of ballclubs — known as the Prairie League — would be celebrating its 75th consecutive year of play and its 85…
When Dyersville’s Riley LeGrand opened the game with a hit to left field and eventually scored on Key West’s Brett LaMere’s sacrifice, it looked like the Eastern Iowa Hawkeye League (EIHL)was on its way to winning the TH All-Star Semi-Pro Game July 10 at Worthington for the 11th time.
The Cougars steamrolled through the last week of the regular season with three decisive wins, two of which came against an opponent they are slated to face in the first round of the postseason.
After a one-year hiatus because of the COVID-19 pandemic, the 35th annual Telegraph Herald Semi-Pro All-Star Game will take place at 6:30 p.m. Saturday, July 10 in Worthington and will be followed by the Dubuque County Baseball Hall of Fame inductions. The Eastern Iowa Hawkeye League owns a …
The Cascade boys’ golf team recently announced its 2021 award winners: from left, Brody Supple (Most Improved), Gavin Manternach (Most Valuable Player), Ray Martin (Most Impact Award) and Isaac Martin (Coach’s Award). Not pictured, Eli Green (Rookie of Year).
The Moser School of Dance and Gymnastics was named the top tumbling team at the USTA State Championships in Marshalltown. The Moser School won the state title with a score of 268.4. X-Treme, of Ellsworth, was second (245.8); and MAT Tumbling and Trampoline, of Marshalltown, third (227). Coac…
The 59th Annual Farley American Legion Post 656 Babe Ruth Baseball Tournament and Teen Queen Pageant will be held on June 27-28, as well as July 10-11. Queen’s Night will be on Saturday, July 10 with the queen announced between the 6 p.m. and 8 p.m. games. Candidates include: front from left…
The 59th Annual Farley American Legion Post 656 Babe Ruth Baseball Tournament and Teen Queen Pageant will be held on June 27 and 28, as well as July 10 and 11. Queen's Night will be on Saturday, July 10 with the queen announced between the 6 p.m. and 8 p.m. games. Candidates include, front r…
Cascade’s new cross country coach is not new to Cascade High or Cougar cross country. It has been a full circle for Phil Kauder, Cougar lettermen and Iowa track and field hall of fame legend.
Competition dancers from Almost Famous Dance and Gymnastics recently excelled at a pair of events — Talent on Parade, in Davenport, and Starbound, in Madison, Wis., both May 21-23.
For the first time since 2004, the Iowa High School Athletic Association’s summer baseball championships will be conducted at two separate sites with Carroll’s Merchants Park and the University of Iowa’s Duane Banks Field serving as hosts.
After dropping a pair to Independence in week one for a rocky 0-2 start to the season, the Cascade Cougars were able to buckle down and shake the cobwebs off their game for an undefeated week two.
The Cascade Cougars softball team got in the winners’ column twice against the Camanche Indians June 1. The Cougars followed up the 14-6 thumping they gave the Indians with a 9-0 rout in the nightcap.
Gymnasts from the Moser School of Dance and Gymnastics came home with 19 state titles from the 2021 Iowa USTA Power Tumbling State Championships in Marshalltown, April 18. Additionally, 93 Moser students advanced to the USTA National Competition in Rochester, Minn., June 14-19.
With 11 returning starters led by all-conference performers Claudia Newman, Devin Simon and Shannon Morris joined by a talented crew of newcomers the Cascade softball team is looking to improve on its 2019-20 campaign.
Cascade’s girls’ shuttle hurdle relay team has been a bright spot for the Cougars all season long. That quartet ended their season on a high note earning a silver medal at the Class 2A Co-Ed State Track and Field Meet at Drake Stadium in Des Moines, May 20-22.
A tense game that began in wind and rain at the Stephen D. Shannon Athletic Complex in Guttenberg ended in smiles, chants, and a giant bucket of ice water poured over the head of jubilant Cascade Cougars coach, Tim Nieman.