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Trojans’ Cripps eclipses school record

May 20, 2016 DES MOINES — At the beginning of the year, freshman Kayla Cripps set out in front of her three challenging, yet accomplishable goals. more »»

Greater than expectations

May 20, 2016 DES MOINES — Caleb Meinders adopted a new approach to the shot put just a couple weeks ago. The adjustment helped the AGWSR junior thrower. more »»

Keahna, Tyynismaa score 4th for STC

May 20, 2016 DES MOINES — The nerves started to creep, but when adversity presented itself, Tieranny Keahna stood up to it. more »»

Bobcats thrash CMB again, 12-0

May 20, 2016 Fresh off the team’s first victory over a ranked foe, the Marshalltown boys’ soccer team closed its regular season with a rematch against a club it defeated 17-0 two weeks earlier. more »»

Bobcat girls net one win at 2A regional tournament

May 20, 2016 FORT DODGE — The Marshalltown girls’ tennis team came away with one win from the Class 2A regional individual tournament here Thursda. more »»

Bobcats eye .500 campaign

May 19, 2016 The Marshalltown girls’ softball team is still about a week out from its first game, but it already knows wholeheartedly what it hopes to accomplish this season. more »»

MHS banking on senior savvy

May 19, 2016 As the graduation parties and commencement ceremonies usher out the senior classes around the state, the same rituals ring in a new season of summer sports. More specifically, baseball. more »»

MCC’s Lopez nabs weekly league honor

May 19, 2016 Marshalltown Communtiy College freshman Enmanuel Lopez concluded the 2016 baseball season as the Iowa Community College Athletic Conference Division I Player of the Wee. more »»

Tigers close with highest ranking yet

May 19, 2016 The Marshalltown Community College baseball team wrapped up the 2016 campaign with a solid postseason run in the NJCAA Division I Region XI Tournament that led to a school record for wins and the... more »»

South Hardin girls net fourth at NICL

May 19, 2016 WATERLOO — The South Hardin girls’ tennis team had one player finish above . more »»

Bobcats deliver upset special

May 18, 2016 The Bobcats have been looking for intensity, focus, quality and execution. The Marshalltown boys’ soccer team’s agenda has been to put an emphasis on those four traits together in one match. more »»

Two Tigers tabbed to all-Region XI baseball

May 18, 2016 AMES — Two Marshalltown Community College baseball players made first-team all-Region XI Tuesday afternoon. more »»

Wollam two strokes shy of U.S. Open Sectional

May 18, 2016 CEDAR RAPIDS — Marshalltown native Ben Wollam finished within two strokes of an automatic berth to the U.S. more »»

Hawks shut out Marshalltown girls

May 18, 2016 ANKENY — Olivia Sharar tallied both goals as the Ankeny girls’ soccer team defeated Marshalltown 2-0 Tuesday evening. Sharar scored in the 23rd and 75th minute for the Hawks (6-7). more »»

MCC sets date for Tiger Days golfing

May 18, 2016 Mark the calendars and save the date for Sep. more »»

Spartans stay the course

May 17, 2016 STATE CENTER — It wasn’t pretty and it wasn’t the most effective way to advance to the Class 3A Region 2 final, but the Grundy Center/Gladbrook-Reinbeck girls’ golf team moved a step closer to a... more »»

Underwhelming Rebels edge IF-A/AGWSR yet again

May 17, 2016 REINBECK — Make it five in a row for the Grundy Center/Gladbrook-Reinbeck boys’ soccer team. The Class 1A No. more »»

Bolt, Mann honored by IIAC baseball

May 17, 2016 CEDAR RAPIDS — A pair of former area preps were honored with selection to the all-Iowa Intercollegiate Athletic Conference baseball teams on Monday. more »»

Carnahan promoted to MIAA first team

May 17, 2016 KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Washburn University senior Kyle Carnahan collected his third Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association all-conference honor, earning first-team selection for the first time. more »»

Reivers hold off MCC in region final

May 16, 2016 CENTERVILLE — It was merely a matter of time before the big bats of the region represented themselves as such. more »»



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