The Belmond-Klemme girls have debuted a new sport. B-K now has the only high school soccer teams in Wright County. The girls have not yet scored in their first matches of the season, losing to Humboldt 4-0 and Gladbrook-Reinbeck 10-0. The soccer teams play home games at Faris Field.

   The Belmond-Klemme boys soccer team has kicked off its inaugural season. The 2020 Covid-19 quarantine delayed the start of this new sport until April 2021.

  The Belmond-Klemme girls soccer team lost its inaugural game April 5. The girls took on North Central Conference rival Humboldt in a home match at Faris Field.   

A Northern Iowa trail survey is being taken by Pathfinders Strategic Partners (formerly MIDAS) as part of a comprehensive community outreach effort. The survey is an opportunity for you to give your input on the current and desired state of the trail system in your city, county and region.

   Belmond-Klemme remains in Class 1A, District 2 for the 2021 and 2022 football seasons. The Broncos will face Eagle Grove, Manson Northwest Webster, South Central Calhoun, South Hamilton and Woodward-Granger. The final schedule for the season has not been released.

  Addison McMurray has been selected for the All-District Basketball Team by the Iowa Girls Coaches Association. She set a new Belmond-Klemme record for career assists with 277. She also set a new single season record for B-K with 97. Last week, the senior signed a letter of intent to play b…

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   Wright County Conservation will be holding a hunter safety online class field day at Lake Cornelia Saturday, April 3. It will be held at the enclosed shelter house, 1768 O’Brien Avenue, starting at 9 a.m. The class should be finished sometime around 1 p.m.

   Two Belmond-Klemme wrestlers finished in third place in their respective weight classes at Saturday’s sectional tournament at Clarksville. Kaden Hansen and Jaden Warren both had third place finishes, while Max Beminio placed fourth.