Sports

11/12/2018 - 11:33am
As accomplished as Pekin is in cross country, it may come as a surprise not more of their athletes decide to continue running at the next level. After signing to continue their careers, Ryan Millikin and Malcolm Myers found more success at Hawkeye Community College, where they’ve helped the team reach as high as 14th Nationally. The two were recruited by Tyler Mulder, coach of both men...
10/19/2018 - 11:56am
The Sigourney volleyball team faced two different teams on October 8 when they traveled to HLV for the initial round of the SICL tournament. They started off by playing BGM, whom they had played just a couple weeks prior and swept them then ended up playing host HLV. They played in some close sets but wound up getting swept by the Warriors....
10/19/2018 - 11:53am
The Lady Bears were hoping to finish off their regular season with a pair of wins competing at Keota in one section of the SICL volleyball quads on October 11. Their first opponent was BGM, whom they had played just one week prior, and by beating them wound up playing Keota in the Championship. The first set got off to a positive start for English...
10/19/2018 - 11:47am
The English Valleys cross country team saw some team success on the boys’ side with two of their runners finishing in the top 10 of the SICL meet on October 11 at BGM. One of the top runners on the team and one of the most experienced boys’ runners in the field, Jacob Glandon, finished runner-up in the meet by running a time of 17:56....
10/19/2018 - 11:45am
Sigourney was bustling with activity on October 6, beginning with the Car on the Square Show which featured multiple open houses by the local businesses on the square. In the surrounding area, What Cheer was also busy with activity for their flea market. The day concluded with many residents and visitors filing into Memorial Hall where a ring was...
10/19/2018 - 11:40am
After losing to Lynnville-Sully on October 8 in the first round of the SICL tournament, the Lady Trojans were hoping to rebound when they played at Keota against the Lady Eagles on October 11. Tri-County wound up losing in three sets to get ousted from Championship contention. The Lady Eagles put Tri-County in a quick 1-10 hole, leading to a...
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