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Comets beat Columbus Junction
FEATURED PICTURE · Peter Seele scores the first of his two goals on April 21, helping the Comets win their second game of the season. Photo by Jacob Lane

Boys beat Columbus
by Jacob Lane · April 23, 2014
Boys soccer takes down Columbus Junction for its second win of the season.

Injuries and cold hold girls back
by Norv and Mary Coblentz · April 23, 2014
The West Liberty girls' track and field team continue to improve, but injuries and cold weather are hampering the girls' efforts

Track fights for third
by Norv and Mary Coblentz · April 23, 2014
Boys’ track team takes fourth, then third, at separate meets

Boys’ track sticks to fourth place
by Norv and Mary Coblentz · April 16, 2014
Cooper Koenig scored 23 points and Roberto Lopez 21 in the Comets' fourth place finish at the Tipton Relays April 10.

Girls struggle at home track meet
by Norv and Mary Coblentz · April 16, 2014
The Comets were hosts at the West Liberty Girls Invitational on April 8.

Girls’ soccer finds victory at home
by Jacob Lane · April 16, 2014
It’s been a bumpy start, the Comets find themselves 1-2 for the season so far.

Boys’ soccer struggles with defense
by Jacob Lane · April 09, 2014
As the boys suffer two losses, the attempt to build up a back defensive line.

Boys’ track rocks the top five
by Norv and Mary Coblentz · April 09, 2014
The Comets take third, grabbing 16 top-five finishes during the meet in Wapello.

Girls’ track goes fourth and fifth
by Norv and Mary Coblentz · April 09, 2014
Girls' track attempts to build up it's tempo as it competes in Wapello and Mediapolis.

Boys compete at Bob Brown Classic
by Norv and Mary Coblentz · April 02, 2014
The West Liberty boys' track and field team participated in the Bob Brown Classic, Regina's home track meet, in Iowa City, March 29.

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