Mike Burvee

02/06/2019 - 2:01pm
Seven teams gathered for Sectional competition on February 2, including Sigourney as the host school with hopes of advancing several wrestlers to the following weekend. Behind the back from their home fans, the Savages were able to advance Mason Dye and Trent Hendricks to Districts, one step away from making it to the State tournament. Sigourney had one Champion on the day with Dye (113 lbs.)...
02/06/2019 - 1:58pm
The Pekin Panthers were one of the seven teams competing at Sigourney High on February 2 for the areas wrestling Sectionals. Pekin was able to defend their Sectionals title from last year, this time getting most of their points from four individual titles and four others making the podium. Michael Jones (132 lbs.) was the first Panther to finish...
02/06/2019 - 1:51pm
English Valleys hosted a portion of Sectionals on February 2 and successfully had seven of their wrestlers qualify to advance to the Districts at Montezuma on February 9. Of the seven, two finished with individual titles and five were runners-up. Champions: Tanner Mihal (120 lbs.) – Mihal had little to no trouble getting to the Championship...
02/06/2019 - 1:45pm
The Lady Savages played a three games in the span of two days, including a double-header on February 2 against Washington and Iowa Valley, both on the road. They won all three games, with their most recent a 46-31 victory over Iowa Valley. Home vs Belle Plaine – Feb. 1 Sigourney found themselves down early against the Plainsmen with a...
02/06/2019 - 1:40pm
The Savages have regrouped as of recent, having won two of their last three games following a couple blowout losses. Sigourney kept their momentum rolling when they faced Iowa Valley on the road on February 2 and routed the Tigers 74-44. Sigourney got out to a quick lead by scoring 15 in the first quarter and held Iowa Valley to single digits,...
02/06/2019 - 1:38pm
Tri-County traveled to face North Mahaska on January 31, their first game in over a week, and had some rust to shake off early. The game was close most of the way, but turnovers cost the Trojans in a 51-37 loss.   The two teams traded blows in the first period until in the final minute North Mahaska reserve Logan Shipley rained a 3-pointer to...
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