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Indie Wrestler With Local Ties To Be Honored

Tony Storm after winning the CEW Championship Belt.

Oskaloosa, Iowa – The dust is beginning to settle from Central Empire Wrestling’s event this past weekend at Nelson Pioneer Farm. The main event between Tony Storm and Rory Fox was certainly the highlight for many fans in attendance. Both professionals arrived in the ring from different paths. Fox gained notoriety on MTV’s True Life […]

Oskaloosa Girls Soccer Takes out Knoxville

Freshman Emily Simon drives towards the goal against Knoxville.

by Jodi Steinlage The girls’ soccer team was in action Friday night against the Knoxville Panthers. The Indians were looking to rebound from a tough loss and get the game in before winter decided to make its appearance again. The Indians (2-1) would waste little time getting on the board when Aleeya Cheney would finish […]

Statesmen Lose Pair to Pioneers

William Penn University Athletics

by Wade Steinlage Oskaloosa–William Penn (11-24, 5-14 Heart) hosted MidAmerica Nazarene (23-16, 12-10 Heart) in conference action of Friday. The Statesmen were looking to put an end to their nine game losing streak and get back into the win column. The Pioneers proved to be too much to handle as they would defeat the Statesmen […]

WPU Splits, Loses Series to MMU

William Penn University Athletics

by Wade Steinlage Cedar Rapids–The William Penn University Statesmen (12-23, 5-15 Heart) looked to bounce back from two tough losses as they concluded a series with the Mount Mercy Mustangs (20-19-1, 11-10-1) on Friday. The Statesmen would bounce back in game one by winning by a score of 10-1 but would drop the nightcap 5-3, […]

WPU Men Take Mount Mercy Title

William Penn University Athletics

by Wade Steinlage Cedar Rapids–Five event wins lifted the Statesmen men’s track and field team to the crown at the Mount Mercy Mustang Open Friday. William Penn’s men’s squad was first out of 12 teams with 118 points, holding off Hawkeye CC (108) by 10 points. Weather certainly played its part as temperatures dipped and […]

Barnstormers Rain On Danger

Barnstormers win 41-25 at home DES MOINES – The Iowa Barnstormers (4-2) beat the Nebraska Danger (4-3) 41-25 Saturday night at Wells Fargo Arena in Des Moines, Iowa. The first quarter began with Iowa quarterback Grant Rohach connecting with wide receiver Brady Roland for a 47-yard touchdown pass, but the PAT was no good, 6-0. […]

Two Dutch pole vaulters compete in Des Moines

Central Dutch Athletics

DES MOINES, IOWA — Pole vaulters Tanner Johnson (freshman, Gallatin, Mo.) and Will Daniels (sophomore, Geneseo, Ill.) were the only members of the Central College men’s track and field team to compete on the final day of the Jim Duncan Invitational on Saturday. Another round of rain washed out most events on day two at […]

Oskaloosa Boys Golf Stumbles At Bos Landen

Oskaloosa Boys Head Coach Bret Foster commented about the teams effort at Bos Landen. “The boys got humbled a little bit in the windy conditions at Bos Landen yesterday finishing in 7th place out of 11 teams, shooting 360. We just had too many penalties and big numbers on holes to compete for the team […]

OHS Boys Compete At Saydel Meet

The boys’ track and field team was in action Thursday traveling to Saydel for a huge 16 team meet. Our young men continue to knock down their personal bests, this time 15 new PRs being set and 1 new relay season best in our shuttle hurdle team. Leading the way Thursday was Carter Huyser and […]

Jim Duncan track Invitational yields good times for Central men

Central Dutch Athletics

DES MOINES — At a critical juncture of the season, the Central College men’s outdoor track and field team used Friday’s Jim Duncan Invitational to continue the preparation process for the month of May and championship season. The Jim Duncan Invitational, hosted by Drake University, featured competitors from all three levels of NCAA competition, NAIA […]

       

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