Belmond-Klemme’s corona-virus shortened regular season ended on an unhappy note with a 44-7 road loss to South Central Calhoun.

   The Belmond-Klemme cross country teams each had a top ten finish at the Dick Bell Invitational at Eagle Grove Oct. 6.

   The Belmond-Klemme cross country teams ran in the Bulldog Invitational at Mayne’s Grove and hosted by Hampton-Dumont-CAL.

   It was a see-saw battle with the Pocahontas Area Indians Oct. 2, The Belmond-Klemme defense had a great night with two strong goal line stands that kept the Indians off the scoreboard, but the Broncos ended up on the losing side of the see-saw when time expired.

   Both Belmond-Klemme cross country teams boasted two top ten finishes at the West Fork Invitational Sept. 21.

  The Belmond-Klemme volleyball team travelled to Forest City Sept. 22 to face the Indians.

   The importance of the point after touchdown was driven home again this season in Belmond-Klemme’s homecoming win over LeMars Gehlen. Each team scored three touchdowns, but only one team made two of its PATs.

   After a competitive break of more than two weeks, the Belmond-Klemme cross country teams travelled to Clear Lake Sept. 17.

   Friday’s football game at Clarion could hardly have started worse for the Belmond-Klemme Broncos.