Centerville 7, Oskaloosa 2
CENTERVILLE — Oskaloosa traveled to Centerville on Monday to make up a previous dual with the Big Reds. Oskaloosa would take one match in singles and one in doubles in a 7-2 loss.
Dalton Ames picked up a pair of wins on the day for the Indians, getting a 9-7 victory in singles before joining Cale Holmberg in an 8-3 win in doubles.
Oskaloosa had a couple of other matches where they were close to forcing tiebreakers. In singles, Khydin Yang (8-5) and Holmberg (8-6) fell just short while the Indians’ No. 1 and No. 2 doubles both lost 8-6 matches.
Oskaloosa (0-4) will look to grab their first win of the season when they travel to Newton (2-4) on Tuesday at 4:15 p.m.
Grinnell 11, Knoxville 0
GRINNELL — The Panthers suffered their first loss of the season at the hands of a tough Grinnell squad.
Knoxville (3-2) will look to bounce back on Thursday when they host Albia (3-1).
*Stats were not available at time of print
Grinnell 5, Knoxville 4
KNOXVILLE — It was a back and forth night and a tight one until the end but it was Grinnell edging Knoxville in the end.
The Panthers got wins from their top two as Olivia Maasdam won 6-3, 6-3 and Alyssa Vaske battled back to win 3-6, 6-3, 1-0 (10-3).
Knoxville also got hard-earned wins from their bottom two in singles as Riley Dailey battled to a 7-6 (7-4), 4-6, 1-0 (11-9) victory while Kate Schneider won 7-6 (9-7), 6-4.
Knoxville led 4-2 heading to doubles play but Grinnell would come back to sweep doubles and take the dual.
Knoxville (2-4) hosts Albia (1-4) on Thursday at 4:15 p.m.
Girls track and field
Pella competes at PCM
MONROE — The Lady Dutch brought a partial squad for the PCM Girls Track Classic on Monday.
The Lady Dutch had a couple of top three finishes on the night.
Abby Teagarden was second in the 400 with a time of 1:06.97 while Faith Dies was second in the 800 with a time of 2:45.64.
Anna Hackett placed third in the shot put with a throw of 30-9 while the 4x400 team of Nora Rasmussen, Giovy Eekhoff, Diers and Teagarden took third with a time of 4:43.88.
Pella heads to Grinnell on Tuesday at 4:15 p.m.
1. PCM (171), 2. West Marshall (129), 3. L-S (114), 4. BGM (84), T5. Pleasantville (71), T5. Pella (71), 7. East Marshall (62), 8. PCM JV (25)
Pella Christian fifth at PCM
MONROE — The Eagles took fifth place as a team at the PCM Invitational on Monday.
Gabe Huisken and Isaiah Breems both enjoyed solid days on the course as they carded 80 and 85, respectively.
Rounding out the PC lineup was Caleb Van Arendonk (94), Mason Westercamp (97), Aiden Stoltz (103) and Josiah Diehl (104).
Pella Christian plays again on Tuesday at 2 p.m. at Edmundson Golf Course for the Oskaloosa Invitational.
1. PCM (332), 2. Des Moines Christian (335), 3. Boone (343), 4. Bondurant-Farrar (349), 5. Pella Christian (356), 6. Chariton (364), 7. EBF (441)
Knoxville wins dual over Albia
KNOXVILLE — Knoxville battled Albia in a dual at Pine Knolls Golf Club on Monday and left with a 219-236 win.
The Panthers claimed the top two honors on the day. Faith Roozeboom earned the medalist with a round of 45 while Amy Sullivan was runner-up with a 49.
Nikolle Kussatz (60), Isabella Day-Suhr (65) and Hayden Hudson (68) also golfed for the Panthers.
Knoxville will get set to host a triangular with PCM and Saydel on Monday at 4 p.m.
Knoxville 2, Newton 1
KNOXVILLE — A late golden goal gave the Panthers a big win over Newton at Ken Locke Stadium on Monday night.
Knoxville jumped out to the early lead with Bryce Metier netting a goal less than two minutes into the game. Newton would later tie it in the first half with a penalty kick as the two would stay locked at one through regulation.
It looked like the game was destined for a shootout before Colby Sandholdt’s late-game heroics saw him score the golden goal with two seconds left in the second overtime to win it for the Panthers.
Knoxville (6-4) travels to Oskaloosa (5-4) on Thursday at 7 p.m.