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09/11/2019 - 10:34am
Establishing the running game is always a major key to victory in a football game – regardless of the level of play. When a team can successfully rush the football, there are plenty of options for an offense: keep pounding the ball, and perhaps instill the play action to put the opposing defense on its heels. The South Central Calhoun football team is a bit old school. They like to win...
09/11/2019 - 10:27am
So far into their 2019 season, the South Central Calhoun volleyball team has been on a proverbial roller coaster ride. Even though it has started as a bumpy ride, things are beginning to smooth out for the Titans. Going into their new campaign, SCC dropped their first four matches, before rattling off three victories at the Humboldt Tournament on...
09/04/2019 - 9:50am
Rockwell City welcomes RVTV ahead of Iowa-ISU gridiron clash At 3 p.m. on Sept. 14, the Iowa Hawkeyes and the Iowa State Cyclones will collide on the gridiron of MidAmerican Field at Jack Trice Stadium with the Iowa Corn Cy-Hawk Trophy, and state bragging rights, at stake. Since 1977, Herky has reigned supreme over the series thus far, holding a...
08/31/2019 - 2:02am
Case earns 150th victory, as Titans punish East Sac County Going into this 19th season at the helm, South Central Calhoun head football coach Bryan Case knew that he had a special group on his hands. In his near two decades of pacing the sidelines, the ball coach knows a thing or two about great teams. After all, Case had guided Southern Cal...
08/28/2019 - 9:42am
Football season is here, and from the tail end of August to the middle of November, the gridiron calls for attention – especially the high school variation of the game. At South Central Calhoun, there are expectations and there are dreams. To SCC head football coach Bryan Case, his team and the supporters of purple, white and black, those...
08/28/2019 - 9:22am
Scholten speaks to Calhoun County Democrats Before giving his near 15-minute speech and Q&A session to the local contingent of the Democratic Party, J.D. Scholten stood at the doorway of the spacious room designated for group meetings and events. There, he quietly watched locals speak in front of their peers. Scholten was the main attraction...
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