The Wayne Falcons paid a visit to Saber land Tuesday, Dec. 3, for a non-conference tussle with the Lady Sabers of Twin Cedars. This would be the final tune up for both teams before they entered conference play.

We're always interested in hearing about news in our community. Let us know what's going on!

Melcher-Dallas finished seventh and Twin Cedars eighth in the 8-Man District 5 standings this season.

The Knoxville Panthers traveled to Cardinal Lanes in Newton for the season opener at the Newton invitational.

The Melcher-Dallas girls opened Blue Grass Conference play Friday night by totally dominating the Eagles from Ankeny Christian Academy 48-20.

The Twin Cedars Sabers hosted the Falcons from Wayne of Corydon Tuesday, Dec. 3, in a non-conference encounter and things were looking bright for the Sabers in the early going.

A strong third quarter carried the PCM (Monroe) Mustangs to an opening night win over the Knoxville Panthers Tuesday, Dec. 3, 48-45.

Brooke Roby had a first half to remember as she poured in 17 points leading the Twin Cedars Sabers to a 11-4 lead after one quarter of pay and a halftime advantage of 24-20 over the Pleasantville Trojans.

The Melcher-Dallas Saints had high hopes of being in the mix for the Blue Grass Conference title this year and one of the teams they hoped to conquer would be the Eagles of Ankeny Christian Academy. The Eagles paid a visit to home of the Saints Friday night and blew past the Saints like a Te…

Katie Keitges and Maggie Wilkins literally carried the Knoxville Panthers to a huge 66-24 win over the Oskaloosa Indians Saturday at home in the Panther Den.

The Pleasantville Trojans under the direction of head coach Jeff Cook has opened the 2019-20 season at 2-0.

Katie Keitges and Maggie Wilkins combined for 49 points to lead the Knoxville Panthers to a opening night win of 60-37 over the PCM Mustangs Tuesday, Nov. 26.

Knoxville’s Emma DeJoode, a senior, has decided she will be attending Central College next fall and participate in soccer.

Jeff Cook is back on the bench coaching the Pleasantville Trojan varsity girls’ basketball team.

Members of the Melcher-Dallas Cheeerleading squad this past fall for the football season were in the front from the left, Aazela Murillo, Kenzie Gibson, Aeris Turner, Bailey Johnson, and Abbey Shultz . In row two are, Kylea Parker, Kristina Wilson, Lynzie Drake and Angelina Clark. In the bac…

Knoxville has a total of six students who are on the Indianola/Knoxville Swim Team this winter.

Blake McWilliams is back to coach the Twin Cedars Sabers varsity boys’ basketball team this year.

The Knoxville Panther varsity girls’ basketball team got a tune-up to the 2019-20 season by facing Ottumwa in a Pride Scrimmage Nov. 21 in Knoxville.

ALTOONA– Knoxville Raceway drivers, owners, officials and fans gathered Saturday night at Prairie Meadows Racetrack and Casino in Altoona. Over 650 guests witnessed over $250,000 in cash and contingencies handed out in an event emceed by track announcers Tony Bokhoven and Kris Krug.

The Knoxville JV football team finished the year with a record of 2-6-1. Most of the games were shortened to two halves this year due to low numbers.

The Pleasantville Trojans posted a season record of 5 wins and 4 losses in 2019. The Trojans were 2-3 in Class 1A District 7 play falling to Pella Christian, Woodward-Granger and Interstate-35. The District victories came against Colfax-Mingo and Woodward Academy.

The Melcher-Dallas Saints won the Bluegrass Conference Eastern Division in volleyball with a perfect mark of 4-0.

The Knoxville Panther varsity volleyball team was ranked throughout much of the year. The squad finished the season at 25-8 overall and they captured their third straight South Central Conference Championship with an unblemished mark in the league at 6-0.

Katie Keitges officially signed a letter of intent to play college basketball at the University of Nebraska Omaha for the Mavericks.

This Week's Circulars