Trey Jungers

Jungers earns Bishop’s Scholarship

Newell-Fonda senior Trey Jungers is one of three students were selected to receive Bishop’s Scholarships to Briar Cliff University in Sioux City for the 2022 school year through the Diocese of Sioux City. The scholars are eligible to renew their scholarships each year by maintaining a 3.0 cumulative GPA to total $29,500 over four years. The scholars receive a $5,000 […]

Jungers awarded $2,000 scholarship

Twenty-five Iowa high school seniors, including Trey Jungers of Newell-Fonda High School, earned $2,000 scholarships through the 2021–22 Iowa Financial Know-How Challenge: Senior Scholarship. The program is sponsored by ISL Education Lending, the name under which the nonprofit Iowa Student Loan Liquidity Corporation provides college funding programs. Students qualified for the scholarship by demonstrating understanding of important college financing and […]

Jungers to play hoops at Briar Cliff

Newell-Fonda senior Trey Jungers signed a letter of intent last Friday to play basketball at Briar Cliff College in Sioux City. Pictured with Trey are his mom, Chris Jungers, Briar Cliff head coach Mark Svagera, and dad, Dick Jungers.


Four repeat selections headline list of first team players

SL, N-F, SC all place two on first team Hargens premier player in the area It was another banner season for boys basketball in the area. Newell-Fonda won 22 games, including a Twin Lakes Conference championship, and advanced to the substate finals. Sioux Central won 17 games and finished as runner-up to Newell-Fonda in the Twin Lakes. Storm Lake won […]

Two Mustangs, two Rebels on boys all-Lakes first team

Two members from conference champion Newell-Fonda and two players from league runner-up Sioux Central headline the list of selections to the Twin Lakes Conference first team for boys basketball, it was released. Trey Jungers and Carter Sievers of Newell-Fonda, and Jacob Hargens and Carter Boettcher of Sioux Central were all voted to the first team by the league coaches. They […]

Six area preps voted to all-state football teams

The Iowa Print Sports Writers Association and the Iowa Football Coaches Association have announced their 2021 all-state football teams, and six area prep players were recognized. Newell-Fonda had three players chosen to the 8-man team as Trey Jungers and Izak Baron were selected to the second team at wide receiver and offensive lineman, respectively. Mason Dicks made the third team […]

Newell-Fonda has seven players on 8-man District 1 all-district team

Seven players from district runner-up Newell-Fonda were selected to the 8-Man District 1 team. Three Mustangs made the first team as Izak Baron, Trey Jungers and Mason Dicks were chosen. They were joined by Wesley Galles, Austin Jensen, Cael Ortmann and Brenden Fisch of Remsen St. Mary’s, Jackson Howe, Damon Schmid and Grant Schroeder of Kingsley-Pierson, Will Ragaller and Cooper […]

Newell-Fonda 2021 homecoming candidates

Newell-Fonda Homecoming king and queen candidates were announced Friday afternoon. They are, front row left to right: Sophie Stewart, Anna Bellcock, Macy Sievers and Emily Mercer. Back: Mickey Morenz, Beau Wilken, Trey Jungers and Jaron Vanderhoff. The homecoming pep rally and coronation takes place Thursday evening at 6:30 p.m. Friday at 2:30 p.m. is the homecoming parade, followed by the […]

Mustang players make 1A all-district team

Six players from Newell-Fonda were recognized by the Iowa Baseball Coaches Association by being selected to their all-district team. Four players were chosen to the first team — Hunter Christiansen at catcher, Gabe Sievers at third base, Ryan Greenfield in the outfield and Hogan Henrich at utility. Mason Dicks was a second team pick at shortstop, as was Trey Jungers […]


Trio of schools headline list of selections to first team

SL, A-A, N-F each land 2 on first team; SC, RV 1 each Rohwer, Hargens top players in area One word summarizes the landscape for boys basketball in the area this season. Parity. Of the six teams in the Storm Lake area, five of them won double-digit games. Newell-Fonda won 17 games, while Ridge View followed with 16. Alta-Aurelia prevailed […]