Hawkeyes Fill Early Signing Day With 20 Newcomers; Tonight’s Sports Lineup

Iowa coach Kirk Ferentz announced a class of 20 players for the early signing period.

One signee is New Hampton’s Noah Fenske.

The 254 pound 6’4 senior, Fenske led the Chickasaws with a team high nine tackles for loss,  22.5 tackles and one sack.

He says he’s got high expectations for the next level.


He helped the Chickasaws two playoff appearances, the first in 2016 and then a 2017 quarterfinal.

Hawkeye Sports Insider David Eickholt says Fenske adds to a solid class for Iowa and could be utilized on the offensive line down the road.



Ferentz says they also have four walk-ons and may add to the recruiting class during the February signing period.


Among the signees from Iowa is Cedar Falls linebacker Jack Campbell. Ferentz watched Campbell play basketball last week and says his enthusiasm stands out.


With recruiting over attention now shifts to the Outback Bowl against Mississippi State. Ferentz gave the players a few days off after Wednesday’s practice.


The Hawkeyes leave for Tampa on the 26th.


The Iowa State women raced out to a 27-8 lead at the end of one quarter in a 94-46 win over Prairie View A@M as the Cyclones improve to 9-2.


That’s Iowa State coach Bill Fennelly who rested senior standout Bridget Carleton in the second half.


Tonight’s girls basketball lineup:

New Hampton at North Fayette Valley

After their 58-36 loss to North Butler, Nashua-Plainifield will face Riceville

7-1 Saint Ansgar will host Hampton-Dumont

Tonight’s boys basketball lineup:
New Hampton at North Fayette Valley

After their 56-31 win over North Butler, Nashua-Plainfield will travel to Riceville

Saint Ansgar will host Hampton-Dumont


Dual: Charles City at Central Springs

Double Dual: New Hampton versus Cascase and Iowa Falls-Alden


Chris Berg

Chris was born in Webster City and raised in Charles City. As a young kid, he would always be caught singing along to songs on the radio. He says he's good at karaoke but we think otherwise. ;) In his free time, he enjoys beginning new projects at home and hardly ever finishing them. Chris lives in Charles City with his wife Vicki, daughter Brynlee and son Jaxon.
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