Sports

05/10/2018 - 11:21am
The Pekin boys scored points from a variety of different events, which led to the slimmest of margins of victory and being named conference champions at Louisa-Muscatine on May 3. In total, the Panthers earned 154 points, while Wapello took second with 152 points.     The “scoring” began when Slater Williams took fifth in the discus event, bringing in four points with...
05/10/2018 - 11:16am
The Lady Savages faced some tough competition on May 1 when they traveled to Lynnville-Sully to run in the SICL meet. They racked up 81 points on the evening, with a combined 46 coming from Autum and Summer Barthelman, which put them in a tie with Belle Plaine for third place in the standings.     Autum earned most of her points...
05/10/2018 - 11:14am
Health has been a factor for the Lady Panthers all season long and they’ve had to rely on some of their depth to step up and fill the void. The girls who did run at the SEISC meet on May 3 were able to rack up enough points to finish in second place, only Mediapolis scored more.     The Lady Panthers picked up some early...
05/10/2018 - 11:11am
The Sigourney boys’ track team had several big finishes at the conference meet on May 1, many of which turned out as personal records. The Savages finished in fifth place when all the points were added up, coming just shy of fourth place.     The best finish on the day for the team was in the 1600m run with Tommy Stout taking...
05/10/2018 - 11:07am
The English Valleys girls’ track team finished in 10th place at the SICL meet on May 1 after totaling 26 points on the evening. Of those 26, most came from discus and several others from various relay events.     Madison Trimpe followed up her competition at the Drake Relays with another first-place finish against her...
05/10/2018 - 10:59am
Miranda Little has taken on a leadership role on the Tri-County girls’ track team. In only her second year on the squad, she has found her stride as of recent in her field events competition and continued to help lead her team at the conference meet on May 1 at Lynnville-Sully.     Little had herself quite the week leading up...
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