Sports

01/11/2018 - 9:15am
Eddyville-Blakesburg-Fremont girls can put on the defense and when they do it often does not bode well for the opponent. That defense forced 20 Centerville turnovers in the first half as EBF went on to a 56-33 win South Central Conference play Friday. EBF latched down the Redettes with a 2-3 zone that saw the Rockets roll to a 14-5 first period lead. Thirteen of the points came off 13 Centerville...
12/28/2017 - 11:30am
It is beginning to become more difficult to find superlatives to describe the North Mahaska girl’s basketball team. The thirdranked team in Class 1A continues to dominate their opponents. There was no difference Thursday when the Warhawks rolled past a Keota 59-13. The Warhawks used a combination of punishing defense, solid shooting and...
12/13/2017 - 4:22pm
You could call the Eddyville- Blakesburg-Fremont the “Good Hands People.” No they are not representatives of an insurance company, but they are pests to opposing offenses. The handy Rockets blocked three shots and stole 18 balls to secure a 52-47 victory over Davis County in girl’s basketball Tuesday. “We never know what...
12/06/2017 - 4:57pm
North Mahaska’s boy’s team played a much better game in terms of mechanics, but was no match for the athleticism of Lynnville-Sully. The Hawks came into NM and left with a 61-36 victory. “I know there are not moral victories in a loss, but I thought we played much better tonight than at BGM,” said coach Seth Streebin....
12/06/2017 - 4:54pm
The charity stripe in a basketball game is often time the deciding factor in a game. It may be a last-second foul shot or just solid shooting from the line. Friday night Lynnville-Sully gave the Warhawks of North Mahaska plenty of opportunities and the result was 52-43 win for the Warhawks. North Mahaska went to the line 26 times hitting 65...
11/29/2017 - 2:36pm
It may be too early in the season to call the North Mahaska girl’s basketball team a juggernaut, but The No. 4 ranked Warhawks are off to a flying start. They hosted the Lady Dees of Albia Tuesday and posted a 67-44 victory over the Class 3A Demons. North Mahaska hit four 3-point shots in the first two and half minutes to lead 14-0 and took...
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