Sports

05/09/2018 - 2:00pm
This past week was a good week to golf for the North Mahaska teams as they prepare for the busiest week of the season this week. The teams played at Lynnville-Sully against the Hawks and Montezuma on Monday, then hosted Iowa Valley and Keota on Tuesday. It was windy both days, but didn’t hamper the Warhawks. At Sully, the girls continued improving their game winning the triangular with 214...
02/21/2018 - 4:09pm
The winds of fortunate did not blow a friendly breeze on two area wrestlers. Class 1A wrestler Jarrett Stodghill of North Mahaska lost twice on the opening day to end his hopes of a podium appearance. Eddyville-Blakesburg-Fremont’s Tyler Landgrebe survived a first round consolation match, but fell on Friday ending his run as well. Stodghill...
02/21/2018 - 4:05pm
Only one basketball team finishes the season with a win. Monday night it was a battle for a slot at the Class 1A state tournament. Despite the determination and effort, it was Montezuma whose season continues while the North Mahaska (22-1) saw theirs come to an end. The two South Iowa Cedar League teams were meeting for a third time, this time on...
02/15/2018 - 4:40pm
This time of year is exciting and exasperating for athletes and coaches. Hopes are either realized or dashed in a single moment. For two Sun area wrestlers their hops and seasons continue, for others the season has come to an end. North Mahaska junior Jarrett Stodghill notched his slot in the state Class 1A wrestling tourney while senior teammate...
02/08/2018 - 4:29pm
With one conference game to go North Mahaska’s third-ranked Warhawk girls have sealed at least a share of the South Iowa Cedar League crown. A win over English Valleys on Feb. 2 will give them the outright title. North Mahaska ran its season mark to 19-0 and 17-0 in the league. Sigourney has one loss. North Mahaska topped Colfax- Mingo 78-29...
02/01/2018 - 10:41am
A problem area for the North Mahaska boy’s basketball team became its friend Tuesday. The charity stripe has not been their friend, but a 24-for-36 effort including 6-of-10 in the fourth quarter help lift NM to a 58-56 victory. The game started with a bang as HLV led 20-15 to start, but NM outscored the Warriors 23-8 in the second period for...
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