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Deucore, Hargis Earn First Team SICL

North Mahaska Warhawks

NEW SHARON – North Mahaska saw three volleyball players earn first or second team all-South Iowa Cedar League honors. Zoe Deucore and Layla Hargis were named to the first team and Kaitlyn VanDonselaar was named to the second team. Regan Grewe and Carlie Scholtus received honorable mention. Deucore, a senior, led the SICL in digs […]

Marching Indians Earn 49th Consecutive Division I Rating

Oskaloosa Indians

The Marching Indians earned their 49th consecutive division I rating at stat contest on Saturday afternoon with a score of 89.2 After state we traveled to Ankeny and competed in the Mid Iowa Band Championships. It was our best performance of the year and we took 4th place out of 7 bands. 1. Pella 2. […]

Oskaloosa Cheer Members Chosen For All-State Cheer

Oskaloosa Indians

This past weekend 6 of our Varsity cheerleaders had tryouts for All-State Cheer. The Iowa All-State Cheerleading Squad is an ICCA/IHSAA sponsored, select team. Any varsity cheerleader of an ICCA member team can try out for the team. Tryouts are held in October every year. Candidates are judged on their motions, jumps, danceability, and gymnastics. […]

Rockets Tackle End Of Season Tournament

Eddyville-Blakesburg-Fremont Rockets

EBF @ Mepo Tournament Oct. 14, 2021 EBF vs. Fort Madison 25-19 25-16 EBF vs. Holy Trinity 26-28 25-21 8-15 Mepo 25-21 25-23 STATS Molly Shafer: 76/106 Attacks, 54 Kills, 26/28 Serving, 1 Ace, 27 Digs, 6 Blocks Whitney Klyn: 48/64 Attacks, 18 Kills, 18/25 Serving, 3 Aces, 18 Digs, 7 Blocks Kate Shafer: 3/3 […]

Musco Lighting Fall Challenge Provides Plenty of Racing Excitement

Southern Iowa Speedway

Oskaloosa, Iowa: The annual Musco Lighting Fall Challenge provided non stop racing action both Friday and Saturday, October 15 & 16 as the 2021 racing season came to a close on the Mahaska County fairgrounds ½ mile dirt track. The Southern Iowa Speedway saw 200 entries take part over the two days of racing action. […]

Short-handed Central women’s soccer side loses to Wartburg

Central Dutch Athletics

PELLA — Limiting No. 16 Wartburg College to a pair of goals, the Central College women’s soccer team put the pressure on despite missing four starters in a 2-0 loss Saturday. The Knights (12-1-1, 5-0-0 American Rivers Conference) came into the match averaging over three goals per match but the Central defense held them in […]

Wartburg beats Central men in defensive soccer match

Central Dutch Athletics

PELLA — The Central College men’s soccer team was defeated 2-0 against Wartburg College Saturday afternoon despite a strong defensive effort by the Dutch. Wartburg (7-4-1, 4-1-0 American Rivers Conference) had outscored their opponents 20-0 in their last four matches but were limited to just two by the Dutch (2-9-1, 0-4-1 conference). One of Wartburg’s […]

Tigers Pass Way Past NM

North Mahaska’s junior Paul DeJong breaks free from Madrid’s Brady Leonard’s strip attempt Friday in the Warhawks’ loss to Madrid, 21-12.

NEW SHARON – Friday’s season finale for North Mahaska (2-6) was not the outcome sought by the seven seniors. The Warhawks were seeking to pick up its third win of the season. Colfax-Mingo was also rooting for the Warhawks in the contest against Madrid. In the end Madrid took advantage of turnovers and a speedy […]

Central bags another conference volleyball victory

Central Dutch Athletics

DECORAH — The Central College women’s volleyball team found a way to get a win at Luther College Friday night, battling for a 25-22, 25-18, 22-25, 25-21 victory. The Dutch (12-8, 3-2 American Rivers Conference) outlasted the Norse (2-20, 0-7 conference) in the four-set match. In the decisive fourth set, the match was tied six […]

WPU Wins Three Disciplines, Earns Team Runner-Up Trophy at SCTP Nationals

William Penn University Athletics

Marengo, Ohio–The Statesmen shotgun sports teams did not only take home respect, but also plenty of hardware, as it competed at the SCTP Nationals last Wednesday through Sunday. Battling in its first-ever national event, the second-year program placed second in the team standings with 2,890 made targets out of 3,000 total (96.3%). The Statesmen were […]


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