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NORFOLK – After a long winter of hard work, Northeast Community College Softball Coach Iris Woodhead is ready to see the results of her team’s dedication. On February 13, softball begins its Inaugural Spring Season at Northeast.

NORFOLK – After a long winter of hard work, Northeast Community College Softball Coach Iris Woodhead is ready to see the results of her team’s dedication. On February 13, softball begins its Inaugural Spring Season at Northeast.

February 4, 2016


Filed under Sports, Top Stories

The program joins Northeast’s growing athletic lineup, which includes men’s and women’s basketball, men’s golf, women’s volleyball and men’s soccer. “We do have some highly talented players on the team that I am very excited to see actually play in real games instead of just hitting the...

Megan Trinder Hurt for First U of O Season

Megan Trinder Hurt for First U of O Season

Will Bates Jr, Sports Writer

October 30, 2015


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Former Northeast point guard Megan Trinder is out for the season at her new home - the University of Oregon, according to the student newspaper, the Daily Emerald. Trinder was recruited last April by the NCAA Division 1 Ducks. Trinder says it will take 6 to 9 months to recover before she she returns to...

Hawks Soccer Team Comes Up Short Against North Iowa Area CC

Hawks Soccer Team Comes Up Short Against North Iowa Area CC

October 22, 2015


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NORFOLK – The Northeast Community College men’s soccer struggled in the second half of its game here Tuesday against North Iowa Area Community College and fell to the Trojans 2-1 in its last home match of the season. North Iowa scored first at the 31 minute mark while Geremy Dable scored for the...

Hawks Defeat McCook In four Sets

Hawks Defeat McCook In four Sets

October 6, 2015


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MCCOOK - Courti Kunz had 21 kills while Taryn Luedtke had 19 in leading the #14 Northeast Community College volleyball team to a four set win over McCook Community College here Fridaynight. The scores were 25-27, 25-22, 25-20 and 25-10. "We were slow to get started again tonight against McCook, bu...

Hawks Volleyball Team Moves Up In National Rankings

Hawks Volleyball Team Moves Up In National Rankings

October 1, 2015


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NORFOLK – The Northeast Community College volleyball team has jumped in the national rankings. The Hawks moved up from #20 to #14 in the latest National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) Division II Top 20 poll. The Hawks (11-7) were 2-1 in the past week – winning a five set match over...

Mid-season recap with golf coach Brad Bosh

Mid-season recap with golf coach Brad Bosh

William Bates Jr., Sports Writer

September 24, 2015


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In this weeks weekly wrap up of sports at Northeast Community College,  sports writer for the Viewpoint, Will Bates had a chance to talk to the head coach of the golf team Brad Bosh, and asked questions about the teams progress and expectations for the 2015-2016 season. Brad enters his 4th season...

Change In Start Time For Hawks Soccer Match On Tuesday; Free Admission At Thursday’s Game

Change In Start Time For Hawks Soccer Match On Tuesday; Free Admission At Thursday’s Game

September 15, 2015


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NORFOLK – The start time for the Northeast Community College-Iowa Western Community College men’s soccer match on Tuesday in Norfolk has been changed. Jake Ripple, Northeast athletic director, said due to a scheduling conflict the match at Veterans Memorial Field will begin at 2 p.m. rather 4 p.m...

Gil Lebreton: Power Five Conferences All Have It Wrong On Title Games

Gil Lebreton: Power Five Conferences All Have It Wrong On Title Games

June 2, 2015


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By Gil Lebreton Fort Worth Star-Telegram (TNS) Being competitive dudes and manly men, the football coaches and athletic directors of the Big 12 Conference convened in Phoenix last week to reassert their collective place in the post-BCS world. And this is what they came up with: Tiebreaker rules. ...

Northeast Area Jazz Ensemble To Mark 35th Anniversary With A Concert

Northeast Area Jazz Ensemble To Mark 35th Anniversary With A Concert

May 11, 2015


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NORFOLK – In the year 1980, the pop group Blondie topped the charts with its hit “Call Me,” as the disco craze was starting to wane.  That same year, a group of area musicians got together to share their passion for jazz. While Blondie still plays occasional gigs, the Norfolk Area Jazz Ensemble...

Norfolk Student Wins Northeast Drafting Program Bridge Building Competition

Norfolk Student Wins Northeast Drafting Program Bridge Building Competition

May 11, 2015


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NORFOLK – Northeast Community second year drafting students saw one of their final projects of the year destroyed. But that was the point of the drafting program’s annual Popsicle Bridge Competition, held Friday in the College’s Cox Activities Center Theatre. Each of the eleven students in the competitio...

Furious 7′ Breaks Box-Office Records With $143.6 Million Opening

Furious 7′ Breaks Box-Office Records With $143.6 Million Opening

May 7, 2015


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By Saba Hamedy Los Angeles Times (TNS) LOS ANGELES — “Furious 7” set box-office records and raced to No. 1 with a massive, $143.6 million domestic opening. If early estimates hold, the film will mark the biggest debut for the Universal franchise, which has so far racked up more than $2 billion...

Britney Spears Cancels Concerts After Foot Injury

Britney Spears Cancels Concerts After Foot Injury

May 5, 2015


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By August Brown Los Angeles Times (TNS) Britney Spears has canceled several dates of her “Piece of Me” concert residency in Las Vegas after slipping and injuring her foot onstage. The 33-year-old singer was performing her set Wednesday night at the Planet Hollywood Resort and Casino when, aft...

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