- Hunter Embray to play at Marshalltown Hunter Embray signed a letter-of-intent to attend Marshalltown Community College to play baseball for the Tigers. Hunter is the son of LaTisha and the late Darrin Embray of rural Knoxville. He plays catcher for the Twin Cedars Sabers. The Sabers p
Roby commits to DMACC-Boone
Four-time first-team all-state softball player Brittney Roby signed a letter-of-intent to play for Des Moines Area Community College in Boone.
- Sectional Wrestling news Knoxville has been assigned to the Class 2A Sectional Wrestling Tournament in Albia Saturday, Feb. 8 starting at noon. Teams who will be competing at the district in hopes of securing a spot at the district meet in Fairfield are the following: Albia
- Panthers close out 2013 with a strong 5-2 record The Knoxville Panthers carried a mark of 5-2 into 2014. The Panthers sit at 2-1 in Little Hawkeye Conference play. Knoxville has recorded wins over PCM (Monroe) 59-56, and Oskaloosa 49-31 at home. Road wins were achieved at Grinnell 45-36, Centervill
- CodyRay ready for Nebraska Knoxville eighth grader CodyRay Smith will get a very unique opportunity to represent the state of Iowa in a USA Wrestling Meet in Nebraska. CodyRay will represent Team Iowa at the Combine Clash wrestling meet Saturday, Jan. 18.?The meet will be held
- Two from Knoxville pick up varsity letters PELLA--Jamie Vander Veer and Timothy Shepherd have been honored for their contributions to the Central College men's cross country team. Central captured the Iowa Conference title for the second consecutive season after its first in program history i
Saints dominate Moravia, 86-61
The Melcher-Dallas boys' basketball team jumped out to an early lead against Moravia on Tuesday, Jan. 7, and never looked back.
Lady Saints fall to Moravia
An extended Christmas break may have affected the Melcher-Dallas Lady Saints, who struggled to find their groove against Moravia Tuesday night, Jan. 7.
Boys show improvement, but fall to Newton
The Knoxville varsity boys' basketball team played a strong game Friday night in Newton, but could not find a response to the Cardinals' Tyler Wood and the rest of Newton's deep shooters. The Panthers left with a 78-64 loss.
Injuries hinder girls' efforts in Newton
Knoxville girls' varsity basketball coach Jim Uitermarkt was without two of his nine rotating players at tipoff of Friday night's game against Newton due to injuries. Unfortunately, the Panthers were unable to overcome this obstacle and lost their second game of the season, 60-47.
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