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It was the game of the year — won by the team of the year in Iowa sports.
Hawkeyes get jump on '14
For senior stars like James Morris and B.J. Lowery, Iowa’s first game of 2014 will be their last for the Hawkeyes.
Indian swimmers compete at Grinnell meet
Oskaloosa's swimming team finished fifth at the Grinnell/BGM Invitational on Dec. 14.
Lynnville-Sully cruises by N. Mahaska
North Mahaska's boys basketball team struggled in a South Iowa Cedar League loss to Lynnville-Sully.
NM boys use free throws to edge HLV
North Mahaska used the charity stripe to its advantage to gain a key South Iowa Cedar League boys game Tuesday.
Osky boys collect Eddybylooska Trophy Tuesday
Oskaloosa's boys basketball team gets first win of season and, in the process, claim the Eddybylooska Traveling Turtle Trophy.
Dolphins get back in the swim of things
It’s swim season at the Mahaska County YMCA, and the Dolphins are getting back into form and gearing up for this year’s competitive meets.
Osky swimmers begin new era in pool
Oskaloosa began a new era on Dec. 7 when its co-ed swim team took to the pool at Newton.
- EBF wrestlers roll to 3 wins on mat BLOOMFIELD -- Eddyville-Blakesburg-Fremont rode four pins and five forfeits to a 63-15 thumping of Davis County Tuesday night. The Rockets then blanked Centerville 84-0 and collected a 75-6 rout of Wayne. Tyler Foubert, who was one of several Rocket
Late first-half run spurs PC cagers past Osky
Pella Christian went on a 12-2 run to close out the first half in a 68-47 win over Oskaloosa Tuesday night.
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