Sports

11/16/2016 - 1:11pm
PEKIN- The Pekin Panthers finished their season at 6-3 missing the A State Playoffs, but they did win their final three games of the year, and five of their last six. The Panthers grew fast as a team and were a close contender to making the Playoffs despite their slow start. They had several players receive the distinction of being named to either the First, Second or Honorable Mention teams for...
11/02/2016 - 9:43am
MEDIAPOLIS- Pekin’s season ended on Thursday, October 27 against Mediapolis. Mepo used hard accurately placed serves to really throw off the Panthers throughout, and ultimately Mepo used that aggression to help beat Pekin. Pekin had some success in set number two and was able to hang close for a stretch, but ended up falling 15-25. Mepo took...
11/02/2016 - 9:39am
PELLA- The Cobras had a terrific run this season going 8-1 before meeting up with Pella Christian on Friday, Oct. 28. PC’s senior quarterback David Kacmarynski and wideout Levi Jungling were too much in the second half for SK to handle. The Cobras ultimately fell 49-0 in the first round of the 1A State playoffs. SK ends their season with an...
11/02/2016 - 9:34am
FORT DODGE- The Pekin Panthers girls cross country team had another terrific showing at the State cross country meet, placing third place behind only Hudson and the 1A State champion Central, Elkader. Their mix of experience and youth have been a key that has helped propel the Panthers into being one of the best 1A cross country girls teams all...
11/02/2016 - 9:18am
  FORT DODGE- The Pekin Panthers boys cross country team finished second at the State Meet at Fort Dodge’s Lakeside Golf Course on Saturday, Oct. 29. They fell just short of Nodaway Valley for first place as a team. They were only 56 points shy of N.V. and less than two minutes behind. Overall Pekin finished with a time of 1:27:11.4....
10/26/2016 - 8:36pm
TWIN CEDARS- The Tri-County Trojans extended their season on Tuesday, Oct. 18 against Twin Cedars on the road. They swept Twin Cedars 3-0, getting contributions from everyone to get a great team victory. They continue to improve on last years mark and play well under first year coach Sydney Davis. The first set was close until Tri-County was able...
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