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09/20/2018 - 1:38pm
SK was coming off a high when they beat a stingy Albia team at home on September 7 in a game that took a lot of heart and a lot of grit. The celebration was cut short after they found out their star running back was injured and require season-ending surgery. They faced another tough opponent in Eddyville-Blakesburg Fremont on September 14 and managed to walk out with a 48-34 victory with a huge...
09/20/2018 - 1:35pm
Tri-County fell behind early in their Homecoming game against English Valleys and were unable to claw their way back, taking the 0-66 loss. The Trojans lost more than the game, they lost Tegon Fogle, a pivotal player who was taken out in the first half via ambulance. They did get some good news near the end of the game when they heard Fogle’...
09/20/2018 - 1:32pm
For two straight years, the Pekin boys have crushed Davis County, a 2A school, on their homefield. The Panthers came into this seasons’ matchup having lost to a ranked Mediapolis squad on the road a week prior. Pekin responded by dismantling the Mustangs 56-27 on September 14.           ...
09/20/2018 - 1:29pm
The Lady Savages were hoping they could get a win streak going, coming off a sweep of Tri-County on September 10, but it wouldn’t be easy as they had to take on perennial powerhouse Iowa Valley on the road September 13. Sigourney had some chances to push it into extra sets but couldn’t manage to close out the tail end of sets when they...
09/20/2018 - 1:27pm
Sigourney was back to competing on the cross country course when they ran at Knoll Ridge in North English on September 11. Both boys and girls were able to place with the girls finishing in 6th and the boys taking 7th place out of nine teams. It was Sigourney’s first meet running on a hillier course, the other two being run on more flat...
09/20/2018 - 1:24pm
Seven girls’ teams scored in the cross country meet hosted by English Valleys at Knolls Ridge in North English on September 11. The Lady Bears took third place behind two of their five girls who scored placed in the top 20. Carly Stannerson was the first to cross the line for the Lady Bears, finishing in fifth place, running a time of 23:34...
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