Washington 50, Oskaloosa 30
WASHINGTON — The Indians suffered their third straight loss on Tuesday when they visited a talented Washington squad.
The loss marks the third time Osky has been held under 40 points after their 58-45 season-opening win against Davis County.
Oskaloosa (1-3, 0-2 LHC) will try to bounce back on Friday at 7:45 p.m. when they travel to Norwalk (3-2, 1-1 LHC).
*Stats for both teams were not available at time of print
Pella 59, Newton 18
NEWTON — Before their big home tournament on Saturday, the Pella grapplers were in action on Tuesday in a Little Hawkeye Conference dual against Newton, which they would take 59-18.
Through five matches, it was actually the Cardinals holding an 18-6 advantage. But it was the Dutch storming back to get six-point wins in eight of the next nine matches with three falls, five wins by forfeits and one tech fall.
Ryan Hancock (126), Nathan Born (152) and Ethan Milligan (170) all picked up pins for Pella while T.R. Putz dominated his way to a 16-0 tech fall.
Pella is set to be back on the mats on Saturday at 10 a.m. when they host their annual Bill Van Horn Invitational.
Pella splits with Centerville
PELLA — The Pella bowling team split their meet with a visiting Centerville squad on Tuesday.
The boys team won 2,198-1,957 with Jayden Divelbiss owning the high series at 324. The girls would fall 1,958-1,833 with Sierra Vander Weerdt leading the Lady Dutch with a high series of 273.
Pella is back at the lanes on Saturday at 1 p.m. when they host Oskaloosa.
*Oskaloosa competed against Ottumwa and Fairfield. Stats from that meet were not available at time of print