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NORWALK — Conference titles were on the line at Norwalk for Tuesday’s Little Hawkeye Conference Meet. Indianola would sweep both team races while the Pella boys highlighted area teams with a second place finish by five points to the Indians.
OSKALOOSA — It was another windy night at Drost Field as Oskaloosa clashed with Indianola in a Little Hawkeye Conference matchup. Both sides had opportunities in the first half but it was Indianola opening things up in the second half on their way to a 4-0 win over Oskaloosa.
SIGOURNEY – The ability of North Mahaska’s boy’s track team to double score in five events and finish first or second in five events help propel the Warhawks to a second-place finish at the South Iowa Cedar league track championships in Sigourney Tuesday. Lynnville-Sully won the meet with 11…
PELLA — Leading the team in points as a freshman midfielder, Central College women’s soccer player Abby Frey (freshman, Mesa, Ariz., Desert Ridge HS) was named to the 2021 spring American Rivers all-conference team Wednesday afternoon.
PELLA — Peaking at the right time, the Central College men’s tennis team breezed past Simpson College 5-0 Tuesday night in the American Rivers Conference tournament semifinals.
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KNOXVILLE — As back and forth of a 1-0 game as you might see. Pella Christian traveled to Knoxville on Monday night as the Panthers were celebrating senior night. An early goal by the Eagles in the first half proved to be the difference in a 1-0 win.
OSKALOOSA — The Oskaloosa boys soccer team hosted Chariton Monday night at Drost Field. The hosts dominated ball control and put relentless pressure on the visiting goalie, leading to a 3-0 win.
OSKALOOSA — Nick Richardson-Jackson (Jr., Germantown, Md.) ran a blazing time last Saturday en route to both breaking a school record and being named Heart of America Athletic Conference Men’s Track Athlete of the Week Monday.
DUBUQUE — Valeria Quiroga (Fr., San Benito, Texas, Sociology) is someone not to be trifled with and many teams have taken that approach this season as she broke the single-season walks record in Sunday’s Heart of America Athletic Conference doubleheader with Clarke.
PELLA — A new career-best high jump earned Central College men’s track and field team sophomore Sam Beatty (Mount Pleasant) the American Rivers Conference Men’s Field Events Performer of the Week recognition.
CORALVILLE — Central College wrestling freshman Gage Linahon (Newton) competed at the United World Wrestling Junior Nationals over the weekend and placed third in the 97-kilogram freestyle division.
There wasn't much Bobby Unser wouldn't do to promote the Indianapolis 500, which is how he found himself at a show-and-tell at an Indiana elementary school a few years ago.
PELLA — Several area teams were in Tulip Town on a beautiful but windy Saturday for the Pella Girls Tennis Invitational. Oskaloosa took second as a team with 100 points, just five points ahead of third place Pella while Pella Christian finished fifth with 50 points and Knoxville placed sixth…
KNOXVILLE — Lynton Jeffrey scored a popular win on Jersey Freeze/Dennison Racing Tees Night Saturday at the Knoxville Raceway. The Australian now making his home in Prairie City, Iowa took home $4,000 for his win aboard the Ridge and Sons Racing No. 83. Clint Garner led wire to wire to recor…
DECORAH — Facing the American Rivers Conference regular season champions on their home courts, the Central College women’s tennis team was defeated 5-0 by Luther College in the league’s tournament semifinals.
PELLA — Competing in less than ideal weather conditions for much of the spring, the Central College men’s and women’s track and field squads took advantage of warm, dry weather in a home triangular Friday afternoon.
PELLA — Another walk-off win in the opening game of a doubleheader against Nebraska Wesleyan University spurred the Central College baseball team to its first American Rivers Conference series victory of the season.
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