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A win is a win, but is it too harsh a statement to say that there might be trouble in paradise? more
Sometimes, one out of two isn’t bad, but don’t go telling that to North Scott coach T.J. Case. There’s no denying that losses still stick in the fiery coach’s craw. more
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Well, so much for an early-season slump. more
Heading into what could be the toughest three-game stretch of the season, it’s quickly becoming apparent that North Scott’s girls’ basketball team needs to start sharing the love. more
Take it to the bank. North Scott passed the litmus test in Cedar Rapids, and you couldn’t have scripted a better start to the season. more
Forget the past. Flush Fairfield. Move on. more
While North Scott's Homecoming football game was literally dampened by lightning, thunder and pouring rain, the day before was picture perfect. Thursday's parade and pep assembly took place under … more
Representing North Scott’s senior class as members of the 2018 Homecoming Court are these 10 students, who were announced during a rousing aud Monday at Lancer Stadium. The queen and king candidates will appear in the Homecoming parade through Eldridge on Thursday evening. After the parade, they will gather — along with a throng of their classmates and the rest of the student body  and members of the community — for a pep rally at the stadium, where the coronation will take place. more
There’s an old adage that basketball players are made in the off-season, and North Scott’s girls’ basketball program took that to heart this summer. Under the direction of Lancer … more
July 6, 1978: Eldridge Cooperative erected two new grain silos at their facility in Donahue. The silos were 142 feet tall, and each had a capacity to hold 504,000 bushels. more
Even though, for the first time in a long time, not a single North Scott player was a first-team selection when the Mississippi Athletic Conference girls’ soccer teams were announced, there was better news when the Class 2A all-state teams were released this week. more
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