EDDYVILLE — Griffin Greiner finds himself on quite the winning streak heading into the Iowa High School state track and field championships.
COUNCIL BLUFFS — After coming within three outs of taking the first game in the 2021 Region XVI championship series, the Indian Hills baseball team bounced back quickly on Friday to force a third and decisive game with fifth-ranked Iowa Western.
OTTUMWA — The Ottumwa Bulldogs and the Indianola Indians each came into Thursday night's game at Shafer Stadium with 2-11 records and a great deal of pride at stake.
OTTUMWA — The 2020-21 Ottumwa A-Club banquet will be held on Monday, May 17. This year's banquet will take place inside the Ottumwa High School auditorium at 6:30 p.m.
OTTUMWA — Des Moines Lincoln came out of the gate in scoring mode Tuesday night at Schafer Stadium in a CIML Metro Conference girls soccer match with the Ottumwa Bulldogs.
OTTUMWA — Spending a day at the ballpark watching their daughters compete in postseason softball might not have been a bad way to spend Mothers Day.
CENTERVILLE — Indian Hills took to the diamond on a cold day with blustering winds blowing from left to right field on Saturday as they hosted the Southwestern Community College baseball team in the semifinal round of Region 11 tournament action on Saturday.
COUNCIL BLUFFS — In a season filled with record-setting performances, the Indian Hills track and field squad are carrying plenty of momentum in this week's NJCAA Division I national meet.
OTTUMWA — From a perfect night at WACO for Cardinal junior Griffin Greiner to an amazing night in Keokuk for the entire Fairfield girls track and field team.
RUNNELLS — In less than two weeks, the Ottumwa High School girls tennis team will return to Southeast Polk looking to qualify for the Class 2A state singles and doubles tournament.
KEOKUK — Nellie Higdon joined Tess Paton in securing her 10th singles win of the season for the third-ranked Fairfield High School girls tennis team during a Southeast Conference win over Keokuk.
OTTUMWA — The Ottumwa boys soccer team was looking to break through on Tuesday night, seeking to snap an eight-match losing streak and seeking to earn the first CIML Metro conference win of the season.
OTTUMWA — Des Moines Roosevelt made the most of their trip to Wapello County on Tuesday, bringing home three CIML Metro Conference team championships.
FAIRFIELD — After a day of heavy rain, the skies cleared and a calm night provided for some strong performances at the Brookhart-Crew Relays in Fairfield on Monday.
PELLA — Beverly Bishop split a pair of singles matches on Saturday at the Pella Invitational, finishing fourth in the tournament for the Ottumwa High School girls tennis team.
BURLINGTON — The Ottumwa boys tennis team doubled it's season dual win total in the span of 48 hours, scoring a third win in two days with a 8-1 triumph in a non-conference dual over Burlington at Dankwardt Park.
ELDON — Griffin Greiner had picked a perfect night to produce, well, a perfect night for the Cardinal High School boys track and field team.
PELLA — The Ottumwa girls track and field team finished second in six different events, racking up 103.83 points during a spirited night at the Tulip Time Relays.
FORT DODGE — Indian Hills split a pair of ICCAC contests with Iowa Central Wednesday at Ed Barbour Field, taking game one 5-3, before falling in the nightcap, 14-10.
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- Light of the future
- For the record
- Women's soccer: Warriors overcome
- Sheriff's office takes fleeing suspect into custody
- Some Republicans worry voting limits will hurt the GOP, too
- Council agrees to Oxbow grant application
- Prep track: Bulldogs field automatic state berths
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