The Melcher-Dallas Saints knocked off the Moulton-Udell Eagles 25-15, 25-21, 25-18 in Bluegrass Conference volleyball action Thursday, Oct. 10 in Melcher.

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The bitter cold and the wind were a great equalizer Friday night when the Pleasantville Trojans traveled to Woodward to face the Hawks of Woodward-Granger on the gridiron.

Post season volleyball tournament sites, dates and times have been established for teams around the state.

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The Knoxville Panther Middle School Boys’ Cross Country Team was 4th at the Panther Invitational and the girls’ squad was 5th overall.

The Melcher-Dallas Saints faced a strong Colo-Nesco football team in Colo last Friday evening on a night the temperature was in the 30s.

The Knoxville Panthers turned in their top team score of the season Tuesday, Oct. 8 at the Centerville Big Red Cross Country Invitational held at Honey Creek Golf Course near Moravia.

The out of state school, Kirksville, won the Centerville Big Red Cross Country Invitational held Oct. 8 at the Honey Creek Golf Course, located near Moravia.

SUNRISE BEACH, MO – The Grand View University men’s golf team competed in the 2019 Porto Cima Invitational September 30-October 1, hosted at The Club of Porto Cima.

Pleasantville fared well at the Martensdale-St. Mary’s Volleyball Tournament Saturday. The Trojans who moved to 15-7 for the season won three of five matches played.

Melcher-Dallas played well at the Wayne Volleyball Tournament Saturday.

The Melcher-Dallas Saints fell to 10-5 overall with a loss to S.E. Warren Monday, Oct. 7 in a match played in Liberty Center.

The Knoxville Panthers finished in 12th place at the Knoxville Panther home cross country invitational held Oct. 1 at the Pine Knolls Country Club Course.

Many talented teams and athletes gathered at the Pine Knolls Country Club Course to compete in the Knoxville Panther Cross Country Invitational.

The Melcher-Dallas Saints put up 33 points on the scoreboard Friday night at home against the AGWSR (Ackley Geneva, Wellsburg, Steamboat Rock) Cougars but it wasn’t enough.

Pella Christian won the battles on the line of scrimmage and what was expected to be a close game became a one-sided affair rather fast Friday night.

Pleasantville stands at 12-5 overall on the volleyball court after dropping a pair of matches to Van Meter and Woodward-Granger at home last week.

The Knoxville Panthers weren’t at full strength when they faced the Mount Pleasant Panthers on the road in non-conference volleyball play Oct. 3.

The five young guns from Twin Cedars continue to show strength. The Lady Sabers were 8th in a field of 14 at the Knoxville Panther Invitational Tuesday, Oct. 1.

The Pleasantville Trojans are 12-3 after beating the Ogden Bulldogs 25-17, 25-17, 20-25, 25-15 Sept. 24 at home.

The Grinnell girls and Clear Creek Amana boys won team titles at the Newton Cardinal Invitational held Tuesday, Sept. 24 at the Westwood Golf Course.

For the first time all year, the Knoxville Panthers dropped two sets on the volleyball court.

Only one Marion County team has remained in the rankings for cross country this year.

Twin Cedars finished 6th at the PCM (Monroe) Cross Country Invitational Thursday, Sept. 26.

The Pleasantville Trojans have the train moving along the tracks in high gear.

The Melcher-Dallas Saints held a mark of 8-3 overall after they swept a pair of league games in volleyball over Orient-Macksburg and Mormon Trail Sept. 24 in Orient.

Rylee Dunkin continued to shine for the Twin Cedars cross country team. She won the 5K race at the Lynnville-Sully Invite held Sept. 19.

The annual battle for Marion County 8-Player supremacy was held at Twin Cedars Friday night and after a two hour lightning delay, the Saints from Melcher-Dallas walked off with a 49-14 victory and the traveling trophy which goes to the game winner.

The Pleasantville Trojans had three players named to the West Central Athletic Conference first-team, four to the second unit and two placed on the honorable mention list.

Pleasantville picked up its fifth win in a row Sept. 17 with a road win over the Panorama Panthers.

For the third week in a row the Melcher-Dallas Saints were roughed up on the gridiron.

The Twin Cedars Sabers were stretched to the limit Monday, Sept. 16, as they knocked off the Moulton-Udell Eagles 25-21, 17-25, 25-22, 19-25, 15-9 in a match that had more momentum switches than most.

The Albia Blue Demons came into Pleasantville and made their presence felt early last Friday night on the football field.

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