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E.B.F.H.S. Band Places 2nd at Urbandale Invitational

The EBF Marching Band in action at Urbandale.

On September 29th, the Eddyville Blakesburg Fremont High School Marching Band placed 2nd in class 2A competition at the Urbandale Marching Invitational with a score of 70.8. EBF won the Outstanding Color Guard and Drumline awards in 2A. The E.B.F.H.S. Band outscored nine other bands including PCM, Des Moines Christian, Ogden, Perry, Carlisle, Knoxville, Bondurant-Farrar, […]

Cardinals Fall To Indian Momentum

It was a sweet homecoming victory for the Indians, as the defeated the Newton Cardinals 56-20. The Indians are now 5-1 on the season and will be hosting Pella on Friday night at the Lacey Stadium. Seen here is Iszac Schultz pulling down the catch against Newton's Camden Winther.

Oskaloosa, Iowa – The Oskaloosa Indians football team hosted the Newton Cardinals on Friday night for homecoming. Newton arrived in Oskaloosa with a 3-2 record, beating teams from Ottumwa, Waterloo East, and South Tama. Oskaloosa entered the contest 4-1 on the year, and seemingly full of momentum after recent wins over Norwalk and Grinnell. Oskaloosa […]

EBF at the Newton Tournament Sept. 27, 2018

by Coach Gladys Genskow Overall for the night, we did some good things. We played against some good teams and were competitive with those teams is some aspects. We passed the ball well tonight. Playing 6th ranked Pella was a good experience even though the scoreboard doesn’t reflect that. It was good to play that […]

Indians Volleyball Falls To Pella

by Coach Jennifer Comfort If you weren’t in the Oskaloosa High School gym on Tuesday night, you missed a great match! The Oskaloosa Indians fought hard for a Homecoming win against the #6 4A Pella Lady Dutch. After a first set victory 25-21, the Indians dropped the next 3 sets 18-25, 13-25, 21-25. It was […]

EBF vs. Knoxville

by Coach Gladys Genskow We played one of our best matches tonight against a tough hitting Knoxville team. The first two sets were so close and the 3rd set we couldn’t get anything going right for us. We served a tough game and dug the ball well too. Our hitting game had some great moments […]

Oskaloosa Freshman traveled to Grinnell and came away with a 48-36 victory to keep their season rolling to a 4-0 record.

by Coach Todd Miller The game started off great as Oskaloosa scored on its first three possessions while the defense was holding their ground as the Indians jumped out to a 21-0 lead. The first score came on a 16 yard run by Darryl Fane. Then the Indian defense came away with a fumble recovery […]

EBF vs. Oskaloosa

by Coach Gladys Genskow Tough match tonight against Osky. We came out hesitant playing against people we knew, having a different line up due to our Libero was sick and it contributed to the low scoring of point for the first set. Not having our usual line up this time of year makes it hard […]

Indians Spoil A Tiger Homecoming

by Ken Allsup Grinnell, Iowa – The Oskaloosa Indians exploded in the first half in the first round of District play on Friday night. The Indians put up 44 points in the first half en route to a 44-7 win. The Indians had a plan for Friday night, and they came out and executed it. […]

Van Veldhuizen Leads Indians Against Grinnell

by Jodi Steinlage The 7th grade volleyball team traveled to Grinnell last night. The A and B team went 4 for 6 Monday night in our game against Grinnell. The A team made improvements already from last week, but fell 1-3. We dominated with our serves with Lydia VanVeldhuizen leading the team with 11 aces […]

Oskaloosa 8th Grade Volleyball Takes On Pella

by Coach Eckenrod The 8th grade volleyball teams were in action last Thursday night against Pella. The A team came out with high intensity and is continuing to show improvement. This team continues to move and become more creative when finding ways to score. The A team won all 2 games, 25-21, 25-15, and 25-13. […]

       

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