Sports

11/03/2017 - 8:05am
Sophomore Cheyenne Shaw made her second consecutive appearance at the Iowa State girl’s cross country meet at Fort Dodge Saturday. Shaw closed out her season with an 18th place finish. She finished 28th as a freshman. Shaw covered the distance in 20 minutes 15.8 seconds. Emily Staal, a sophomore from Springville Central, posted the winning time. She covered the course at Lakeside Golf...
10/25/2017 - 3:26pm
Not a lot of people are surprised that North Mahaska sophomore cross country runner Cheyenne Shaw is returning to the state meet. The school’s leading distance runner made the trip a year ago as a freshman and made the field Thursday with a seventh place finish at district. Shaw covered the course at Wildwood Park in Ottumwa in 21 minutes, 9...
10/25/2017 - 3:23pm
North Mahaska did many things right Friday night, but a 22-point comeback was not enough to overcome visiting Cardinal on homecoming and senior night. The visiting Comets won 38-36. One of the strategies NM coach Cass Stubbs inserted was to give junior Luke Groves more touches. Groves entered the game with 800 yards on the season and many positive...
10/12/2017 - 9:13pm
North Mahaska found itself playing much of the first half of Friday’s football game at Montezuma on the their side of the field. The final scored related that problem. Montezuma hosted the Warhawks for homecoming and came away with a 36-0 victory. Despite the fact the game was played on the Warhawk half, it was NM’s defense that kept...
10/12/2017 - 9:11pm
North Mahaska volleyball coach Alicia Arkema told her team the key to earning a win against Sigourney was to be able to pick up a lead early in each set. The other side of that equation is to hold off the Savage rallies. Both proved in North Mahaska’s favor Thursday as the Warhawks topped their South Iowa Cedar League rivals, 25-20, 25-22,...
10/05/2017 - 9:32am
It was another fun night of volleyball at Eddyville-Blakesburg- Fremont Tuesday. Monday’s match with Twin Cedars was a celebration of senior night, Tuesday’s match with Knoxville was worth much more – the sole lead in the South Central Conference. The expected match between the two SCC powers did not disappoint those in...
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