Adam Meier

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 Savages could take their shot at the Panthers, they...
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.
07/24/2014 - 12:38pm
English Valleys had five players hit .380 or better this season but last Tuesday you never would’ve known it. IMS junior Payton Miller silenced EV’s normally loud bats and ended the Bears’ season short of any postseason success. Read the full article in the July 23 edition of the News-Review.
07/10/2014 - 9:18am
Tri-County, 16-4. Swearingen led the way for Sigourney with a single, a double and a walk, while Kerkove also doubled. Streigle took the loss on the mound.   Read the full article in the July 9 edition of the News-Review.
07/10/2014 - 9:16am
7-1 Tri-County 3, BGM 18 7-2 Tri-County 16, SHS 4   BGM’s baseball team is ranked 8th in Class 1A and hasn’t lost in the SICL; Tri- County saw why last Tuesday.   The Bears knocked out Tri-County starter Jake Brumbaugh in just two innings and took down the Trojans, 18-3.   Read the full article in...
07/02/2014 - 2:10pm
6-23 Tri-County 3, Belle Plaine 0 6-24 Tri-County 0, Lynnville-Sully 8 6-25 Tri-County 11, HLV 12 6-25 Tri-County 2, HLV 13 6-26 Tri-County 0, Grinnell 8 6-27 Tri-County 6, North Mahaska 3   The Tri-County softball team had a rough stretch in the middle of last week losing four games in three days, but the Trojans finished...
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