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OSKALOOSA — The Oskaloosa Indians hosted the Pella Christian Eagles Friday night in their final home game of the season, where they were victorious 61-46.
LINCOLN, NEB.—Surging back from an 18-point deficit, the Central College women’s basketball team overcame Nebraska Wesleyan University 82-75 Saturday and, for the first time since 2005, is headed to the conference tournament.
Indianapolis, Ind.—The women’s bowling team of William Penn University was back in action this weekend as they competed in the tier-one Hoosier Classic event. 64 teams were in action and a number of big-name schools were present. Despite some good scores, especially towards the end of the ev…
Jamestown, N.D. — William Penn played Jamestown for the second time in a week as they played them on the road this time around after falling in straight sets as part of the quadrangular last weekend.
OSKALOOSA—The William Penn women’s basketball team woke up just in time to record a 68-63 come-from-behind victory over #23 Culver-Stockton in Heart of America Athletic Conference action Wednesday.
PELLA—Central College wrestling senior Daniel Radcliffe (Lockport, Ill., Lockport Township HS) sits at No. 10 in the most recent National Wrestling Coaches Association (NWCA) Division III rankings.
INDIANOLA—It was a rough return to the coaching bench for Oskaloosa boys basketball coach Ryan Parker Tuesday night at Indianola. Parker returned from a medical leave during which he had a kidney transplant, and Indianola spoiled Parker’s return by defeating Oskaloosa 87-47.
OSKALOOSA—William Penn Head Women’s Golf Coach Bailey Rimes is excited to announce the signing of Carlee Frayne to a National Letter of Intent to attend the University in the fall and compete for the women’s golf program.
OSKALOOSA—Pedro Maciel (Fr., Belo Horizante, Brazil, Psychology) made numerous point-saving plays last week, and on Monday was named Heart of America Athletic Conference Men’s Volleyball Defender of the Week.
CEDAR RAPIDS—After playing three non-conference games over the weekend, The Statesmen returned to Heart of America Athletic Conference play with a matchup against Mount Mercy.
OSKALOOSA—The Indians girls and boys varsity basketball teams were both in action this past Friday for a home Little Hawkeye Conference double-header against Pella in front of a near capacity crowd. The girls fell 62-51, and the boys were defeated 79-68.
OSKALOOSA—After playing six of its last seven games on the road, William Penn will finally get some home cooking as they will play five of its next six at home which began with Missouri Valley on Friday night.
OSKALOOSA—The William Penn women’s basketball team stepped to the charity stripe at a season-high rate Saturday as it was able to survive 74-71 against Missouri Valley in Heart of America Athletic Conference play.
OSKALOOSA—Statesmen men’s volleyball had a busy weekend that included a quadrangular competition with Viterbo, Jamestown and Indiana Tech hosted by William Penn.
PELLA—The eagerly awaited return of all-conference guard Jaden Moody (senior, Cambridge, Ballard HS) gave the Central College men’s basketball team the emotional lift it was seeking Wednesday but not the victory it needed.
PELLA—A 20-point first-half Central College women’s basketball lead melted to six. Star forward Kendall Brown (senior, Moravia) headed to the bench with her fourth foul.
DES MOINES—The William Penn women’s basketball team returned the favor on its rival Wednesday, defeating Grand View on the road 64-54 in a Heart of America Athletic Conference matchup.
Marshall, Mo.—The William Penn men’s wrestling team was unable to claim victory in a Heart of America Athletic Conference dual meet Wednesday, falling 48-3 to #14 Missouri Valley.
OSKALOOSA—The Statesmen men’s basketball team took a hit on its ranking, but is still considered one of top programs in the country as the NAIA released its fourth Division I top-25 poll Wednesday.
OSKALOOSA—It was a late night and good competition for the last tournament of the year for the JV wrestlers, as they faced Dallas Center-Grimes Monday.
OSKALOOSA—The Oskaloosa Indians boys bowling team dominated at home at Statesmen Lanes Tuesday by beating Knoxville, and going undefeated in the conference for two years in a row.
OSKALOOSA—Two of the biggest high school basketball stars, Bowen Born and Xavier Foster, squared off Tuesday night at Norwalk in front of a capacity crowd for what may very well be the final time in their prep basketball careers.
St. Louis, Mo.—Statesmen baseball is back and ready to build off its terrific season a year ago, and they kicked off their 2020 campaign with a three-game set with Harris-Stowe University.
WAVERLY—It was a breakout day sophomore guard Jake Anderson (Iowa City, West HS) but a disappointing 97-88 setback for the injury-riddled Central College men’s basketball team at Wartburg College Saturday.
OSKALOOSA—The Indians girls and boys varsity basketball teams were both in action this past Friday for a home double-header against Newton during the Coaches vs. Cancer Pink Out campaign.
Springfield, Mo.—The William Penn women’s basketball team rebounded from a heart-wrenching loss less than 48 hours earlier, rallying past Evangel 89-79 in Heart of America Athletic Conference play Saturday.
PELLA—The performance was promising but the result was the same as the Central College men’s basketball team dropped a back-and-forth contest with Loras College 79-72 Wednesday night.
CEDAR RAPIDS—The William Penn competitive dance team battled for the first time this season as it competed at the Mount Mercy Mustang Classic Saturday.
OSKALOOSA—Iowa State men’s basketball head coach Steve Prohm was on hand Tuesday night at Oskaloosa Gymnasium to see Xavier Foster return to the Indians varsity boys basketball lineup against the Dallas Center-Grimes Mustangs.
PELLA—Setting a new career-best indoor high jump of six feet, nine inches propelled Central College men’s track and field sophomore Drake Lewis (sophomore, Lathrop) to the American Rivers Conference field events performer of the week.
OSKALOOSA—The Oskaloosa Indians freshmen boys basketball team dropped to 6-7 on the season after losing to Dallas Center-Grimes by a score of 66-36 Monday night. The freshmen have struggled with 1st quarter slow starts in recent games. The Indians had a good second quarter, but just couldn’t…
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