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  • Collins-Maxwell Softball Continues To Roll

    The high school baseball and softball season is well underway, and Collins-Maxwell looks like the softball team to beat in Class 1A.

  • Busy First Day At Girls State Soccer Tournament

    The girls state soccer tournament is off and running, with four Central Iowa winners in the Class 1A and 2A quarterfinals.

  • Norwalk Silent Soccer Player Not Defined By Deafness

    It's hard enough to play a competitive varsity sport in high school. Ethan Froehlich can't hear, but that's not stopped him from having an impact.

  • Ankeny Boys Hold Off Hoover

    The No. 10 Ankeny boys enjoyed a strong first half on Tuesday, scoring twice in the first 40 minutes en route to a 3-2 win at Hoover.

  • Weather Concerns Prompt Big Change For State Track Qualifying Meets

    Weather concerns caused a blanket decision from the IHSAA and IGHSAU to postpone all state qualifying track meets to Friday.

  • Central Hurler Pitches On The Fritz

    Mariah Fritz is Central’s workhorse, and has helped lead the Dutch to an NCAA regional.

  • Wild Gearing Up For First Postseason

    URBANDALE, Iowa — The first-ever postseason game for the Iowa Wild is just two days away. The Wild were back on the ice Friday for their third of four practices this week. Iowa bounced back nicely from an eight-game losing streak, winning their final three regular season contests. They’ll need that momentum in the playoffs against Milwaukee, who’s won 11 of 14. The good news is that the Wild get to stay home for Games 1 and 2. Game 1 […]

  • Grand View Sweeps St. Xavier, Clinches Spot in NAIA Final Four

    DES MOINES – Felix Chapman had 13 kills, and Grand View swept St. Xavier 3-0 on day two of pool play at the NAIA Men’s National Volleyball Tournament. With the win, the Vikings secure a spot in the NAIA Final Four, along with Missouri Baptist, who GV faces in the final pool play game on Thursday. The semifinals are Friday, and the championship match is Saturday.

  • Buccaneers Beat Fargo in OT, Advance to West Semis

    URBANDALE, Iowa — Michael Mancinelli scored the game-winner with 4:23 left in overtime, and the Buccaneers beat Fargo 3-2 Tuesday to advance to the USHL’s Western Conference semifinals. Fargo led 1-0 after the first period, but Matt Brown’s second-period goal tied the game. After the Force took the lead later in the period, Brown netted a second goal in the third, to knot it back up. Mancinelli tallied the game-winner late in the overtime period, tapping the puck past the […]

  • Norwalk Boys Blank Pella

    NORWALK, Iowa — Norwalk got goals from Mason Lucas and Matthew Palen, and the No. 14 Warriors  blanked No. 3 Pella on Tuesday, 2-0. After 61 minutes of scoreless soccer, Lucas got a one-on-one run-out and tapped the ball past Pella keeper Mason Diaz. Palen added an insurance goal off a rebound a bit later for Norwalk (5-4).

  • Blue Oval Invitational Serves as Tune-Up for Drake Relays

    DES MOINES, Iowa — Saturday’s Blue Oval Invitational served as a tune-up for the Drake Relays in a few weeks, which goes off from April 24-27. Saturday saw 50s and sunshine at Drake Stadium. Our highlights include blazing Indian Hills Community College freshman Kenny Bednarek, who ran a 10.22 in the 100 meter dash. Bednarek is one of the top sprinters in the world.

  • I-Cubs Have Bubbly Beer-Tender

    DES MOINES — On a cold, windy day at Principal Park, Some beer vendors close early. But not Iowa Craft Beer. “I don’t shut down, because people love their craft beer.” Tracie Feight is the beer-tender behind the taps. 32 taps, to be exact. “I have a guy who was just here 20 minutes ago, he was from Milwaukee, and he was like ‘we don`t have this option at the Brewers stadium,'” said Feight. “He was like ‘This is awesome, […]

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