Adam Meier

02/18/2015 - 10:34am
  Despite having only four wins coming into last Tuesday’s first round Regional game against Keota, IMS had shown flashes of potential all season, including an 11-point loss to English Valleys and a four-point loss to Columbus. The Keota girls came in with nearly triple the numbers win, but it was evident early that IMS was going to be trouble. IMS’s stingy defense was all over...
02/18/2015 - 10:33am
Teams with great size that have the ability to plug up the lane, such as WACO, usually give the Tri-County girls problems. WACO senior forwards Aaliyah Brown and Erika Leichty combined for 32 points last Thursday and ended Tri-County’s season, 59-27. The loss brought the Trojans’ final record to 2-20. Read the full article in the Feb....
02/18/2015 - 10:30am
All season long, everyone in the South Iowa Cedar League has been waiting for someone to beat Lynnville-Sully. Well, it took until the final game of the regular season, but the team with one of the best arsenals to do it, English Valleys, finally gave the Hawks a blemish. After being eliminated by Lynnville-Sully one game short of State last...
02/17/2015 - 10:29am
Eight wrestlers from Sigourney-Keota, and one from Tri-County/Montezuma, entered Saturday’s District meet in Pleasantville with the same intention: advance to State. While not all eight SK wrestlers, or TCM senior Jacob Weber, survived and will wrestle on Thursday at Wells Fargo Arena, five of them did and they should be elated. Nathan Fritz...
02/11/2015 - 12:22pm
After losing by 20 to the same HLV team just a week earlier, the Tri-County boys set their sights on getting a little payback last Thursday. The Trojans did just that, roaring out to an early 11-2 lead, on their way to a 42-35 win – their first of the season. Sophomore guard Jacob Bombei led the way for Tri-County, consistently slicing and...
02/11/2015 - 12:21pm
The quality depth of the South Iowa Cedar League keeps getting more and more apparent. After losing just twice all season prior to last week, the Sigourney boys’ basketball team lost two more times last week, in what has proven to be a balanced SICL. The Savages started their week against a Lynnville-Sully team that they beat by 15 points...
Syndicate content