MEDIAPOLIS — Two shots in 40 seconds may have saved the Pekin High School boys basketball team’s season.
LUFKIN, TEXAS — The last time Alexis Groet faced Angelina, the Indian Hills softball team had a 24-game winning streak snapped by the Lady Roadrunners at last year’s national tournament.
CORSICANA, TEXAS — Abby Sweet’s two-run home run to center proved to be all the offense seventh-ranked Indian Hills would need on Wednesday in a winning return to the softball diamond.
OTTUMWA — The fifth annual Ottumwa High School Shark Club show will take place on Thursday, March 5. The show, featuring 60 Ottumwa students performing a variety of synchronized routines, will be held at the Mike McWilliams competition pool inside The Beach Ottumwa starting at 7 p.m.
CENTERVILLE — Based on the seeds for the district and substate tournaments, the Albia Blue Demons were looking at going through Cardinal, Chariton and Van Meter in order to qualify for the boys state basketball tournament.
Albia junior Blake Chance pulls up with the basketball while being defended by Eddyville-Blakesburg-Fremont teammates Isaiah Smith and Ethan Davis during boys prep basketball action.
KEOKUK — After building a seven-point halftime lead, the Fairfield girls basketball team had their sights set on advancing to the Class 4A regional finals for the third straight year.
OTTUMWA — Indian Hills freshman Harry Fearn golfer is being considered for a possible selection to play in the Arnold Palmer Cup. The native of Leek, England, is hoping to take part in the competition between the United States and international teams at the Lahinch Golf Club on the west coas…
DES MOINES — Just one year ago, Sage Walker walked off the mat at Wells Fargo Arena after coming up two points short of completing a perfect season with a state championship win.
MARSHALLTOWN — Tyon Grant-Foster led fourth-ranked Indian Hills with 19 points on Saturday, helping the Warriors secure the regular-season Iowa Community College Athletic Conference title for the 12th straight year with a 92-58 win at Marshalltown.
MEDIAPOLIS — It was a hostile, loud environment, and the Van Buren County High School girls basketball team’s shots weren’t falling with any consistency.
BURLINGTON — Sigourney High School’s Mason Harter scored the first points of the game, but Notre Dame scored the next 22 as the Nikes rolled to an 83-31 Class 1A district quarterfinal win at Father Minett Gymnasium.
DES MOINES — In order to win a state title, Trestin Sales and Sage Walker both know they’ll be pushed to the limit at some point over the next three days.
DES MOINES — The Ottumwa High School girls bowling team rode a strong second round of individual games to outlast Des Moines Lincoln and win the CIML Metro tournament Thursday at Merle Hay Lanes.
SIGOURNEY — Sigourney jumped out to a 20-5 lead and never looked back, using a balanced attack to hold off South Iowa Cedar League rival Tri-County in the opening round of Class 1A, District 8 tournament play. Four different players reached double figures in scoring for the Savages in a 63-4…
OTTUMWA — JD Muila only wished on Saturday night he could have had more time to shine this season on the hardwood of the Hellyer Student Life Center.
DANVILLE — Alexia McClure scored 25 points, but the Cardinal High School girls basketball team saw its season come to an end in a 59-50 loss to Danville in a Class 2A regional first round game Saturday.
OTTUMWA — Arianna Jackson capped her first regular season of varsity high school basketball by leading Des Moines Roosevelt with 18 points in a significant win for the Roughrider girls basketball team.
OTTUMWA — Trae Swartz scored a team-leading 24 points while Kie Glosser added 19 as the Ottumwa boys basketball team secured a winning record for the first time in 15 years with a tough 46-40 CIML Metro Conference road win at Des Moines Roosevelt on Friday.
ALBIA — The Fort Madison High School girls basketball team may not have the record it wants, but the Bloodhounds brought their best when they needed it.
OTTUMWA — Once the final buzzer sounded on Wednesday night, Tyon Grant-Foster had nothing but hugs and laughs to share with many members of the North Central Missouri Pirates.
This Week's Circulars
- 1A districts: Key threes rally Pekin to substate
- Cardinal sees success with Project Spark
- A springboard for ideas: Home & Garden Show returns this weekend
- Teenager with a Leap Day birthday turns 16
- ‘Baby Shark’ makes a splash in Ottumwa
- Streetscape work resumes soon
- 5 things to do in southeast Iowa this weekend
- Globetrotters to 'Push the Limits' in Ottumwa
- One-man theft, burglary spree results in 20-plus court cases
- JUCO basketball: Fourth-ranked Warriors advance to regional final