The “Greatest Show on Dirt” is back. The Knoxville Nationals return after being canceled in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic, setting the stage for the world’s best dirt drivers to return to the premier event of the season.
Riley Goodno was just five years old when he started begging his dad to get him a car. A year later, he was sitting inside an Outlaw dirt car with excitement in his eyes. And now, at 22 years old, the Knoxville native will get his chance to compete in the race he grew up watching: The Knoxville Nationals.
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OTTUMWA — There was plenty of high-level softball played in the area during the 2020-21 season. From underclassmen pitchers gaining confidence…
CARROLL — The sting of losing the 2A state title to the Van Meter Bulldogs was still fresh in the mind of Big Reds' head coach Ryan Hodges, bu…
CARROLL — Centerville senior Brady Kauzlarich knew it was a mistake to intentionally walk him to bring Merrick Mathews to the plate.
OTTUMWA — The Ottumwa Bulldogs are on a mission.
CARROLL — The Davis County Mustangs knew the doubters didn't think they'd get as far as they did in their 2020-21 season.
Clay Collier claps toward the Davis County dugout in the first inning of the Mustangs' 2A state quarterfinal vs Van Meter on Tuesday.
Noah Zmolek starts his windup in the Mustangs 2A state quarterfinal game vs Van Meter on Tuesday at Merchant's Park.