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All State Baseball honors were picked up recently by several Marion County athletes.

The Pleasantville Trojans weren’t able to place any players on the West Central Athletic Conference first-team when the baseball teams were announced.

KNOXVILLE – Another great night of racing ended at the Knoxville Raceway with Connecticut’s David Gravel in Victory Lane. The driver of the Jason Johnson Racing No. 41 will start next to Wednesday high-point driver Aaron Reutzel in Saturday’s $150,000 finale of the 59th Annual NOS Energy Dri…

KNOXVILLE – Trey Starks picked a great time to win his first ever main event at the Knoxville Raceway! The Puyallup, Washington native held off a strong field at Knoxville Raceway Wednesday to take home the $12,000 Brandt Professional Agriculture Night of the 59th Annual NOS Energy Drink Kno…

The Friday night portion of the NOS Energy Drink 59th running of the Knoxville Nationals was held for drivers, who failed to lock in spots among the top 16 in points through the first two days of qualifying.

OSKLAOOSA – Daryn Pittman became the first four-time winner of the prestigious 24th Annual Sage Fruit Front Row Challenge presented by Musco Lighting Monday, Aug. 5. The Owasso, Oklahoma native cashed in $20,000 for his win aboard the Roth Motorsports No. 83.

OSKLAOOSA – A pair of native Oklahomans stole the show Tuesday, Aug. 6, in the Sage Fruit Ultimate Challenge at the Southern Iowa Speedway.

James McFadden of Warrnambool, Victoria, Australia was triumphant in the Beaver Drill & Tool Jesse Hockett “Mr. Sprint Car” championship chase.

KNOXVILLE – Connecticut’s David Gravel claimed the $7,500 8th Annual Bell Helmets Capitani Classic presented by Great Southern Bank Sunday night at the Knoxville Raceway, overcoming half a dozen lead changes in the 25-lap event. His exciting win came aboard the Jason Johnson Racing No. 41, a…

Mike Hudson was the only representative for the Knoxville Panther varsity baseball team on the South Central Conference first-team unit.

KNOXVILLE – A flurry of activity on the final day (July 31) made the race for the Priority Aviation $20,000 Sponsorship come down to the wire. In the end, Lance Dewease of Fayetteville, Pennsylvania brought in the most donations towards the National Sprint Car Hall of Fame & Museum and t…

ROCHESTER, IND. – The year was 1969, the Beatles last public performance happened on the roof of Apple Records, the Pontiac Trans Am debuted, the Woodstock Festival attracted an audience around 500,000, Apollo 11 landed on the moon, the first ATM is installed in the U.S., and the roar of rac…

KNOXVILLE – The 29th Annual MyPlace Hotels Knoxville 360 Nationals presented by Great Southern Bank will go down in history as one to remember! Australia’s James McFadden won a battle with Brian Brown that saw five lead changes to cash in on the $15,000 top prize. His win also earned him Roo…

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KNOXVILLE – Four-time Australian World Series Sprintcars titlist James McFadden won a barnburner on Iowa Corn Districts 5 and 9 Night number two of the My Place Hotels Knoxville 360 Nationals presented by Great Southern Bank on Friday night.

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Bell Helmets will be the title sponsor of the 9th Annual Capitani Classic slated for Sunday, Aug. 4 at the Knoxville Raceway.

KNOXVILLE – Gio Scelzi, who was already the youngest ever winner with the World of Outlaws and at Williams Grove Speedway, added the Knoxville Raceway to his list on Saturday. At 17 years and eight months, he became the track’s youngest 410 sprint car winner with a $5,000 triumph with the Ol…

Knoxville – The latest sweepstakes benefiting the non-profit National Sprint Car Hall of Fame & Museum could land you a brand new 2019 Torch Red Chevrolet Corvette ZO6, but time is running out!

Knoxville senior Emery Neer was the only representative named to the All-South Central Conference first-team unit in softball.

KNOXVILLE – Knoxville regular Ryan Giles led wire to wire on Dingus Lounge Qualifying Night one of the 29th Annual MyPlace Hotels Knoxville 360 Nationals presented by Great Southern Bank.

OSKALOOSA – The 24th Annual Sage Fruit Front Row Challenge presented by Musco Lighting, and the Sage Fruit Ultimate Challenge presented by Searsboro Telephone Company commence Monday, August 5 and Tuesday, August 6 at the Southern Iowa Speedway in Oskaloosa.

The Albia Lady Dees captured the South Central Conference 2019 Softball Championship. The Knoxville Panthers were hot on their tail in second.

NEWTON – As the nation celebrates the 50th anniversary of Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin taking humanity’s first steps on the moon, race fans at Iowa Speedway were reminded of the first lunar landing and its impact on society and science.

The Pleasantville Trojans finished the season with 10-5 setback to the Woodward-Granger Hawks in Class 2A District Baseball action Tuesday, July 16,

The regular season came to a close for the Knoxville Panthers with a huge 15-0 loss to Dowling Catholic of West Des Moines July 16.

It was a night that the Twin Cedars Baseball team would just as soon forget. Tuesday night, July 16, the Sabers tangled with the Cardinals of Central Decatur in sizzling heat on a hard baked ball diamond at Moravia.

The South posted a 24-13 win over the North in the annual North vs South Iowa Shrine Football Game Saturday in the UNI-Dome in Cedar Falls.

Twin Cedars won the Bluegrass Conference Softball Championship and the Melcher-Dallas Saints tied for second in league play.

Wayne Community’s freshman hurler, Sterling Berndt, took command in the circle early in the game and never looked back as she and her mates sailed to an 8-0 victory over Melcher-Dallas in the 1A Regional final game at Corydon Monday night.

The win over Baxter by the Twin Cedars Sabers came in the first round of the Class 1A Regional Softball Tournament.

KNOXVILLE – Tony Shilling of Knoxville took the 31st annual Marion County Fair Enduro at Knoxville Raceway Saturday night. In a race that went the full 200 laps, the win paid him $1,000 for his efforts.

Pleasantville rode a three-game winning streak into their Class 2A District Baseball opener against Colfax-Mingo Saturday in Madrid.

It took until the final full week of play in the regular season for the Knoxville Panther varsity baseball team to have their first winning week of the year.

Following a win over Panorama to open Class 2A Regional Softball action the Pella Christian Eagles faced off against Marion County rival Pleasantville Wednesday, July 10 in Pleasantville.

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