Area Sports Schedule
Monday, July 16
Denison-Schleswig at Harlan, 7 p.m.
Several athletes from Ar-We-Va, Boyer Valley and IKM-Manning participated in the Class 1A portion of the 2018 State Track and Field Meet on Thursday, Friday and Saturday at Drake Stadium at Des Moines.
Denison-Schleswig captured first place in 11 events on Tuesday night, as the Monarchs rang up 188 points to win the girls’ team portion of the Ace Nelson Relays at Denison.
Chad Van Kley’s Denison-Schleswig boys’ track and field team rang up 121 points on Tuesday night, as the Monarchs placed third overall at the Ace Nelson Relays at Denison.
Jaden Heiden of Denison-Schleswig steps on to the mat for a Class 3A first-round match at the state tournament Thursday. Heiden won 3-2 over Marshalltown's Decker Mann. Shaking his hand is Monarch head coach Nick Bradley with assistant coach Jacob Brawner. Photo by Jeff Storjohann, Carroll D…
The Council Bluffs Thomas Jefferson girls and boys both took first place in a Class 2A state-qualifying bowling tournament on Tuesday at Lucky Lanes in Denison.Final ResultsBoys1. C.B. Thomas Jefferson 27792. Lewis Central 26653. Denison-Schleswig 25924. C.B. Abraham Lincoln 2430Girls1. C.B.…
Mel Tjeerdsma, who won three NCAA Division II national championships at Northwest Missouri State University, is a member of the 2018 College Football Hall of Fame class.
Those interested in the sport of ice fishing will have a chance to test their skills with the inaugural Yellow Smoke Lake Panfish Palooza set for Sunday, January 7, 2018.
Four teams from the Hawkeye 10 Conference have qualified for the 2017 State Volleyball Tournament set for Tuesday through Friday, Nov. 7-10, at the U.S. Cellular Center at Cedar Rapids.Kuemper Catholic and Red Oak both qualified in Class 3A.Lewis Central advanced in Class 4A and Council Bluf…
IKM-Manning’s Payton Sporrer and Boyer Valley’s Justin Ambrose and Joe Weber all competed in the Class 1A portion of the state cross country meet on Saturday.
The physical education department at Broadway Elementary in Denison has implemented the pedometer craze as a school-wide movement to become more physically active during the students’ fourth- and fifth-grade PE classes.