DC-Grimes Sweeps Doubleheader in Conference Opener Wednesday
The Dallas Center-Grimes baseball team sweeps a doubleheader in their conference opener Wednesday. The Mustangs beat the Grinnell Tigers in game 1 by a score of 4 to 1 and in game 2 the score was 8 to 3. In game 1, Dallas Center-Grimes Keaton Fenn had a quality start...
14th Annual Dallas County Sheriff’s Office Special Olympics All-Wheels Show is Saturday
A variety of classic and modern cars will take over the downtown area of Adel this weekend for a good cause. The 14th Annual Dallas County Sheriff’s Office Special Olympics All-Wheels Show will start at 10am with registration on 8th and Main Street Saturday. It’ll be $25 to register a vehicle and $10 for any additional vehicles. Those who enter into the contest will have a chance to win one of the six trophies including best of show, special olympics choice award, long distance, most likely to get stopped by a cop, top 20 and best off road. Judging will take place from 1 to 2pm and awards will be handed out at 2:30pm. Registration can be completed online or the day of the event with checks paid out to the Special Olympics of Iowa. Registration Form. Additionally, Raccoon Valley Radio’s Little Red Radio will be at the event from 9 to 11am.
Errors Too Much To Overcome in Short Perry Baseball Night
PCM took advantage of four early errors Wednesday night as the Mustangs rolled Perry 14-0 in five innings at Progressive Field. The Mustangs scored seven runs in the top of the third inning to put the game away. Owen Myers was tagged with the loss while Drake Levan, Juan Hernandez and Fausto Beato threw out of the bullpen. Perry finished with two hits on the night. The Mustangs were led by Gavin Fenton’s two hits and three runs scored.
‘It just didn’t go our way’: Defending state champs bow out with 2-0 loss to NW
The Ankeny Centennial girls’ soccer players wore state tournament t-shirts with the motto “Leave it on the field” printed on the back of them. That’s exactly what the eighth-ranked Jaguars did on Wednesday at Cownie Park. Defending champion Centennial closed out its season with a 2-0...
Jayettes softball starts season on hot streak, soccer heads to state
As the Bluejays soccer team earned a spot in the state tournament, Perry’s softball and baseball teams had their first full week of games. (Note: Events covered May 22-28) The Bluejays punched their state tournament ticket on May 24 with a 3-1 win over Glenwood. A combined effort from Anthony Chavez, Jonatan Banuelos and Alex Banuelos goals gave the edge through the posts while goalie Luis Castro had a good workout saving 11 shots from the Rams.
Wildcats Rained out in Woodward
The Wildcats were rained out of their game last night in Woodward. Rain and wind moved in and caused the game to be rescheduled as a doubleheader to be played in Stuart on June 19th.
2023 Football Friday Primetime schedule announced
DES MOINES, IOWA — Football Friday Primetime will return for a third season on WHO 13 this fall. Once again, WHO 13 will bring you five select Iowa high school games during the season live on the air and streaming at WHO13.com. Keith Murphy and Justin Surrency will return to call the games. Here is […]
Hawks baseball gets another shutout win, Mescher takes on state golf
Baseball (3-1) Woodward suffered its first loss of the season in a split doubleheader with Earlham but also showed some great pop with a couple of double-digit wins this week. After starting the year with a brilliant shutout win behind Brody Nardini’s arm, the Hawks were in search of more firepower and found it in a 12-0 win at Panorama. All but one Hawks was able to cross home plate in that lopsided conference duel. Collin and Brody Nardini enjoyed two round-trip tickets while also driving in two runs themselves. They also combined for four no-hit innings while Brody Worley pitched the other three frames and allowed a single hit while striking out seven Panthers.
Ankeny girls fall to Dowling, while Jags tumble to Waukee NW in 3A quarters
The season came to an end on Wednesday afternoon for both the Ankeny and Ankeny Centennial girls’ soccer teams at Cownie Park. The second-ranked Hawkettes dropped a 1-0 decision to No. 7 Dowling Catholic in a Class 3A quarterfinal at the state tournament. The Maroons (11-6) avenged an earlier 2-0 loss to Ankeny (12-4-1).
Truro, June 01 High School Baseball⚾ Game Notice
The Woodward-Granger High School baseball team will have a game with Interstate 35 Truro High School on June 01, 2023, 17:00:00 CST.
Panorama Double-Header with Madrid Postponed
Both the Panorama baseball and softball teams were set to the hit the diamond on Tuesday. They were set to play the Madrid Tigers. However, mother nature had other plans. The game was postponed due to inclement weather. No make up date has been scheduled. The teams will now move...
Van Dyke tosses no-hitter in Mustangs’ rout of Rams
JEFFERSON — Trenner Van Dyke pitched a no-hitter, Easton Webb and Nick Farver each registered two hits and the PCM baseball team hammered Greene County 12-0 in five innings on Friday. The Mustangs improved to 2-1 in Heart of Iowa Athletic Conference play after collecting nine hits, three doubles,...
Let’s Talk Dallas County- ADM Esports Coach Chris Hatchitt
ADM Esports Coach Chris Hatchitt discusses his team qualifying for the state tournament.
Ram softball wins at WM on Wednesday
Greene County faced West Marshall in State Center on Wednesday night in Heart of Iowa Activities Conference softball and the Rams won 3-0 to improve to 3-1 in the conference and 5-2 overall. The Rams broke a scoreless tie by scoring all three runs were scored in the sixth inning. The shut out was the third of the season. The Trojans fell to 2-5 overall and 1-3 in the conference.
Perry High School Boys Soccer Punched Their Ticket to State
The Perry High School Boys Soccer team punched their ticket to the state tournament for the first time since 2018. The Blujays went (11-7) in regular season matches and finished third in the Heart of Iowa Activities Conference standings and grabbed the top seed in the Class 2A Substate 8 Bracket. They defeated Carroll in the second round and then knocked off the second seeded Glenwood Rams by a score of 3 to 1 in the substrate finale to advance to the state tournament.
HOIAC softball and baseball for Rams at WM
The Greene County softball and baseball teams play JV/varsity doubleheaders in State Center vs. West Marshall in Heart of Iowa Activities Conference action. Baseball is at Schilling Field and softball is at the high school. Ram baseball was rained out Monday night at Van Meter. First year head coach Kyle...
Clarinda takes 2nd at Class 1A Girls State Team Tennis Tournament
(Waukee) Clarinda finished 2nd on Tuesday at the Girls State Team Tennis Tournament at Waukee Northwest High School. The Cardinals picked up a 5-4 victory in the semifinals over Central DeWitt. They were tied 3-3 after singles and went 2-1 in doubles. All three doubles matches went to tiebreaks. Clarinda...
Area Golfers Wrap Up Season at State Tournament
The Iowa high school golf season has come to an end, with three area athletes capping off their season with a trip to the state tournament. In the girls class 1A state tournament at the Cedar Pointe Golf Course in Boone, Bishop Garrigan’s Avery Lichter capped a stellar junior season by finishing third overall, shooting an 86 on day one and 82 on day two for a total of 168. Lichter, who was making her third career appearance at the state tournament and first as an individual after qualifying with the whole Bishop Garrigan team the past two seasons, saw a big improvement over her past two state performances. Lichter finished in 33rd in 2021 with a two day total of 195, while finishing 31st in 2022, also with a score of 195, improving on that mark by 27 strokes this year.
Boone Boys Tennis State sendoff today (May 30th at 2pm)
“Join us Tuesday May 30th at 2pm at Boone High School to send off this team to Iowa City for the team tennis state tournament! The Boone Fire Department will escort us out of town down 7th street and then down Story street! Line the streets or give us a honk! The boys will play.
KMAland Baseball (5/27): TJ wins 1953 championship rematch
(KMAland) -- Thomas Jefferson won a rematch of the 1953 state championship game in Rippey while Denison-Schleswig was also a winner to highlight KMAland baseball on Saturday. Jaxon Wessel had three hits, drove in a run and scored once, and Jake Fink and Cody Schulte added two hits, two RBI and two runs each for Denison-Schleswig. Wyatt Johnson also had two hits and two runs scored. Camdyn Nemitz pitched 1 1/3 innings of relief to get the win.
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