Tri-County found just enough offense to slip past the Twin Cedars Sabers in varsity girls’ basketball action Thursday, Jan. 9.
The Knoxville Lady Panthers came into Monday night’s non-conference encounter at Pella Christian with only one loss and the host Pella Christian Eagles were without a win. On paper it appeared to be an easy win for Knoxville.
The Knoxville Panthers stepped out of the South Central Conference Monday, Jan. 13, to visit long time rival Pella Christian on Eagle Lane Monday night. The welcoming party was not any too kind to the Panthers as the Eagles used a tenacious defense and a strong inside game to post a 21-6 lea…
The Twin Cedars Sabers hosted the Diagonal Maroons Tuesday night in a game the Sabers were hoping to win. The Sabers were right in position for the win for three quarters, but they ran out of gas in the final stanza. The Maroons used a 12-5 splurge in the final eight minutes to salt away the…
The Knoxville Panthers improved to 11-1 overall with a win at home Thursday, Jan. 16 over the Clarke Indians. Knoxville checks in at 7-0 in the South Central as they look to three-peat as champions.
Raceway Tire & Exhaust will be the sponsor for the Pella vs. Knoxville girl and boy varsity basketball games Tuesday, Jan. 21 at Pella High.
Many teams have a game that they would like to forget. For the Pleasantville Trojans, that game was played Tuesday, Jan. 7, when they suffered a 44-16 loss to the Woodward-Granger Hawks at home.
Makeup games that have been announced from cancellations this past weekend include the Knoxville Panthers vs Albia Blue Demons and the Pleasantville Trojans vs. Chariton Chargers.
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Albia, co-leader in the South Central Conference, came on strong in the second half to take a 62-49 win from the visiting Pleasantville Trojans Saturday afternoon. The Trojans, using a strong inside game led by Teron Mount and Mitch Harken, stayed close to the Blue Demons through the first h…
A game at I-35 High School Friday night proved costly to the Pleasantville Lady Trojans. The Trojans came out of that fray with three players injured and unable to play in a non-conference encounter at Albia Saturday afternoon. Among the injured were the top two scorers on the team and anoth…
The Knoxville Panthers broke in the New Year with a non-conference tilt against the Lady Jays from Bondurant-Farrar Friday night on the home hardwood. For the first six minutes of the contest the two teams matched each other point for point. But the next six minutes spelled disaster for the …
When the Knoxville Panthers called on the Rockets of EBF at Eddyville Friday, Dec. 20,, it turned into a high octane basketball game with both teams enjoying an up tempo pace. Knoxville finished the third period with a 12-0 run to take a comfortable 64-40 lead, and it looked liked things wer…
The Knoxville Lady Panthers closed out 2019 with a trip to Eddyville to tangle with the EBF Rockets. The Panthers struggled in the defensive court during the half, but they were in high gear in the second half and posted a 66-39 victory to keep their record unblemished.
The third quarter proved to be the difference between winning and losing when it came to the Twin Cedars Sabers facing the Melcher-Dallas Saints in M-D Friday, Dec. 20.
The 2019 racing season at the Knoxville Raceway was another tremendous year filled with excitement from the drop of the green flag in April to the final checkered flag in September.
Students in the O-Zone cheer on the Pleasantville varsity basketball teams as they faced off against Des Moines Christian in the final high school games of the year before the holiday break. They were in the holiday spirit with their clothes they wore.
When the Twin Cedars Lady Sabers hosted Moravia Tuesday Dec. 17, it was a game that they felt they could win. But three problems plagued the Sabers. Number one was that they didn’t get enough shots. Only 35 shots were taken.
Following a strong outing from the Knoxville Panthers on the home court Tuesday, Dec. 17 with a 79-41 win over the Davis County Mustangs, coach Jeff Larson replied, “We have a very unselfish basketball team.”
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