Adam Meier

08/26/2014 - 1:53pm
For the first time this season, the S i g o u r n e y - Keota football players got a chance to take out their aggression against someone other than their own teammates.   The WACO Warriors, who finished 5-5 last season, visited the Cobras on Friday for a friendly Gatorade Scrimmage between the two squads.   Read the full article in the Aug. 27 edition of the News-Review.
08/26/2014 - 1:51pm
Chris Carter’s Sigourney High School volleyball squad got its final warm up against actual competition on Friday against WACO.   After playing a number of schools in a jamboree on Thursday, the Savages, who finished 11-10 last season, hosted WACO in a Gatorade scrimmage.   Read the full article in the Aug. 27 edition of...
08/20/2014 - 9:33am
If you’re wondering what this year’s rebuilt Sigourney volleyball team is going to look like, then make your way to the SHS gymnasium this Thursday and Friday to find out.   On Thursday, August 21, Sigourney will host a seven-team jamboree with the likes of Keota, Tri-County and Highland-Riverside.   Read the full...
08/06/2014 - 12:44pm
The Iowa Girls High School Athletic Union selected three Sigourney Savages to its All-State softball team. Becca Ohland and Brooke Waechter were each named to the Class 1A South Central Honorable Mention team, while Jordan Carter earned Second Team honors.   Read the full article in the Aug. 6 edition of the News-Review.
07/24/2014 - 12:41pm
Steady improvement from Day #1 is all anyone can ask for.   The improvement shown by the Sigourney baseball team from the last week of May till last Tuesday was significant. That became blatantly obvious in the Savages’ second-round district game against Pekin, who happened to be riding a 12-game winning streak. But before the...
07/24/2014 - 12:40pm
Defense makes all the difference, especially at the high school level. Pekin plays better defense than most other high school baseball teams and that was a primary catalyst for the Panthers in their 20-win season.   Read the full article in the July 23 edition of the News-Review.
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