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8 hrs ago | KTIV-TV Sioux City
If you wanted to compete in next week's Drake Relays and hadn't qualified yet, there's still time.
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13 hrs ago | Vinton Today
The Vinton-Shellsburg Early Bird boys track meet, which had already been rescheduled from April 4 until today, has again been postponed due to cold, wet weather.
17 hrs ago | The Washington Evening Journal
The No. 15 in Class 1A Iowa Mennonite School boys' soccer team has split a pair of road games over the past five days.
21 hrs ago | The Democrat
The Titans of Graettinger-Terril/Ruthven-Ayrshire competed at the Clay Central- Everly Maverick Relays Friday night in Spencer and came home with several solid performances from the event.
Yesterday | The Daily Freeman-Journal
Down two key contributors and with a short bench, the 15th-ranked Webster City boys' soccer team did what it could to stay competitive on Saturday at the Hudson Invite.
The Pekin girls' track team won Class B at the Creek Classic Relays at Clear Creak-Amana High School Friday.
First place was never an option, but second place was up for grabs and the Webster City boys' track team went out and seized it Friday at the Charlie Bunn Relays.
Track coaches have long talked about the difficulty of finding someone - anyone - to accept the challenge of running the 400-meter hurdles.
Washington's Chayse Jaspering runs to cut off the advance of the ball toward the Demon net last Tuesday at Mid-Prairie.
The Maharishi School of the Age of Enlightenment boys' tennis team finished second Saturday in the Warrior Challenge at Veteran's Memorial Tennis Center in Cedar Rapids.
The medley relay of Tristan Sitzmann, Devin Camamo, Tate O'Tool and Landon Peed finished first in a time of 3:53.4. "It was great to win that,'' said St. Edmond head coach Bill Kibby.
The Regals had a 20-2 shooting edge and held an 8-1 advantage on corner kicks. "It was a hard-fought game," Regina coach Rick Larew said.
The Demon girls who won the Curt Jensen Memorial Relay last night at Case Field are: from left to right, Jessie Buchholz, Makenzie Knutson, Emma Wood and Carolan Hoffman.
The Comets competed against Keota, Sigourney and Albia. First place individual finishes for the Comets were Josh Ramos , Conner McElderry , Charlie Rachford , Tyler Albert and Trevor Albert in the 1600-meter run.