WS girls’ shuts out Sioux Center soccer players

Posted May 26, 2015 at 8:22 pm

By Steve Peterson

West Sioux girls’ soccer team enjoyed its most dominate win of the season with a 7-0 shutout of Sioux Center May 18.

Taylor Rodenburgh scored four goals to lead the Lady Falcons to their third win and a 3-10 record. Jenna Rehder tallied two goals and Katey Koopmans had one goal.

Rodenburgh had six shots on goal.

Jessica Garcia had the goal tending duties for the Lady Falcons and there were only a couple of shots by the Warriors.

“We have definitely seen some improvement than years past. We have a lot of girls who are new to soccer and getting a solid foundation for the

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    Falcons shut out rival Sioux Center

    By Steve Peterson

    West Sioux boys’ soccer team earned its sixth win of the season with a 2-0 shutout of Sioux Center May 18 at home.

    It was the Falcons’ second win over the Warriors.

    The Falcons’ offense got goals from Jonathan Duenas and Mario Topete, one in each half.

    Kezden Blankenship led the team with five shots on goal; Mario Topete had four and Trevor

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    Two qualify for state track

    By Steve Peterson

    Two West Sioux tracksters are headed to the state track meet this week.

    Freshman Jake Lynott qualified for the boys’ 800-Meter Run with a second-place time of 2:06.57. He will compete in the 800-Meter Run at 10:30 a.m., Saturday, May 23 at the Drake Stadium in Des Moines — shortly after the girls’ 800 Meters.

    Lynott

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    WS MS girls vie at conference meet

    By Steve Peterson

    West Sioux Middle School girls’ track and field team placed seventh at the War Eagle Conference meet May 4 at West Sioux.

    The Lady Falcons ended with 38 points. Nine teams competed. Gehlen Catholic was the winner with 163 points.

    Highlights for the Lady Falcons:

    The 4 x 800 Meter Relay Team was second with a time of 12:11.80.

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    WS squads fight elements at MMC

    By Steve Peterson

    Despite competing in the rain, wind and generally cold conditions, the West Sioux Lady Falcons’ track and field squad had two winning events at the Marcus-Meriden-Cleghorn meet May 11 in Marcus.

    Sophomore Hailey Pullman won the 800-Meter Run with a time of 2:42.00, edging Abbie Dickman of Gehlen Catholic’s 2:45.15.

    Pullman also won the 1,500-Meter Run with 5:44.13, just beating Danika Tindall of Akron-Westfield’s 5:50.42 clocking.

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    Lady Falcons blank Sioux Center

    By Steve Peterson

    West Sioux girls’ soccer team gained its second win of the season with a 5-0 shutout against Sioux Center May 12.

    West Sioux improved its record to 2-9 with the win.

    Freshman Taylor Rodenburgh scored three goals and had one assist to lead the Lady Falcons.

    Senior Jenna Rehder, honored on Senior Night, scored one goal.

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    MOC-FV shuts down WS soccer

    By Steve Peterson

    West Sioux boys’ soccer team fell on hard times after a record-setting win.

    Vs. MOC-Floyd Valley

    The Falcons fell to MOC-Floyd Valley, 6-0, on May 11 in Orange City.

    Vs. Storm Lake

    The Falcons welcomed Storm Lake May 12 to Hawarden but fell 5-2.

    Joel Topete and Mario Topete

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    WS soccer seniors honored

    by Steve Peterson

    West Sioux’s soccer Senior Night took place May 12, when the Falcons battled Storm Lake and the Lady Falcons welcomed Sioux Center.

    Seniors honored were:

    • Girls: Jenna Rehder, daughter of Jeff and Kelly Rehder; Callie Schmidt, daughter of Tim and Mary Schmidt; Raquel; Flores, daughter of Martha Ruiz; and Jessica Garcia, daughter of Jose and Estela Garcia.

    • Boys: Antonio Topete, son

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    WS girls gain win against HMS

    By Steve Peterson

    West Sioux and Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn split boys’ and girls’ golf matches May 4 with the Lady Falcons gaining the win for West Sioux at Hawarden Golf Course.

    The Lady Falcons won their second straight match, edging the Hawks, 225-231.

    Taylor Pies and Jordan Steckelberg had the co-low scores for West Sioux as each shot a score of 54. Kada Finch had the third score with a 57. Emily McKenney was next

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    Falcons give quality effort

    By Steve Peterson

    West Sioux boys’ track and field team fared well with first, second and third place finishes to end up with 56 points and fourth place at its hosted meet May 7.

    For the Falcons, Mason Ericson won the Discus Throw with a heave of 112 feet 8 inches. He was third in the Shot Put Throw with a throw of 40 feet 2 inches, both season bests.

    Jake Lynott took

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