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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.

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The Pleasantville girls were 2nd and the boys 3rd at the Central Decatur Cross Country Invite held Sept. 10 in Leon.

After dropping the first two matches of the year, the Twin Cedars Sabers have claimed a pair of wins in a row.

PELLA – Sami Thompson and Alex Griggs are on the Central College tennis quad this year, Sami Thompson and Alex Griggs, both out of Knoxville.

The Knoxville Shooting Team will hold a Fun Shoot fundraiser at the Marion County Sportsmen Club Saturday, Sept., 21.

Sophomore Trent Walraven paced the Panthers at the Grinnell Invitational Tuesday, Sept. 10. It was his first time this year as the team leader.

The Baxter Bolts came to Melcher-Dallas Friday night smarting from a pair of lop sided losses to 8-Player powerhouse teams from Coon Rapids-Bayard and Gilbertville Don Bosco.

A pick six cost the Twin Cedars Sabers early Friday in their Homecoming affair with the Colo-Nesco Royals.

The Earlham Cardinals finally found a way to beat the Pleasantville Trojans.

KNOXVILLE – Jimmy Owens came from the 18th starting position to win an electrifying edition of the Lucas Oil Knoxville Late Model Nationals at the Knoxville Raceway Saturday night. The win was the Newport, Tennessee driver’s second in a row, and earned him $40,000. The Malvern Bank Late Mode…

Melcher-Dallas moved to 4-0 with a solid 25-20, 25-18, 21-25, 25-11 victory at home over the Moravia Mohawks Tuesday, Sept. 10.

Pleasantville earned a split on the volleyball court Sept. 12 when they faced Mount Ayr and Clarke in a pair of matches in Osceola.

Owens a year ago The Late Model Knoxville Nationals is slated to be contested at the Knoxville Raceway Sept. 12-14 at the Knoxville Raceway. In a flashback to 2018 the top three on the podium for the $40,000 to win 100-lap feature. Claiming the Knoxville crown a year ago was Jimmy Owens (mid…

In a game that got out of hand rather fast, the Melcher-Dallas Saints dropped a 93-0 decision to the Lenox Tigers Friday night in Lenox.

The Melcher-Dallas Saints have put it together to win their first two matches of the season in volleyball.

The Pleasantville Trojans are off to a quick 2-1 start for the volleyball season following a 25-17, 25-22, 25-10 three game sweep over league foe Madrid Sept. 3 on the road.

The Knoxville Panther varsity volleyball team took care of business in style Tuesday, Sept. 3, as they literally pounded the Chariton Chargers at home 25-5, 25-8, 25-15.

After dropping the first two games to open the football season, the Twin Cedars Sabers found a trip to Seymour last Friday evening to their liking.

It is Homecoming week in two of the Marion County schools this week.

KNOXVILLE – Brandon Sheppard of Springfield, Illinois, and Mark Richards of Rocket Chassis will be this year’s subject of our Q&A interview at the National Sprint Car Hall of Fame & Museum during the running of the 16th Annual Lucas Oil Knoxville Late Model Nationals.

Perhaps the hottest or at least one of the teams off to the best start in 2019 on the gridiron are the Trojans of Pleasantville.

It was far from easy, but in the end the Pleasantville Trojans prevailed in a WCAC league game 25-22, 25-27, 25-17, 20-25, 15-8 over the Earlham Cardinals on the road August 27 to open the 2019 portion of the schedule.

It was a beautiful opening night of the 2019 volleyball season for the Knoxville Panthers Monday night on the home court. The Panthers took on Class 4-A and 5-A competition and didn’t flinch as they picked up three wins for their nights work.

Knoxville placed three runners among the top 10 in the Knoxville Early Bird Cross Country Meet held at the Knoxville High School Monday, August 26.

Twin Cedars has opened the season with a pair of losses on the volleyball court. The Sabers are searching for some offense.

For the second week in a row the Twin Cedars Sabers lost the turnover battle. Normally when that happens, bad things happen.

With eight lettermen back from a team that was 17-15 overall and conference champions in 2018, the Knoxville Panthers were looking to be even better this year.

Pleasantville senior Cale Anthony had a career night in the season opening 45-14 victory over the Lynnville-Sully Hawks Friday in Sully.

The Knoxville Panthers started strong and they closed out well in topping Fairfield 16-9 in non-district football action at Ken Locke Stadium in Knoxville Friday night to open the 2019 season.

Jesyka Nolte is hopeful the improvement the Melcher-Dallas Saints have made over the past three years continues into 2019.

Four starters return to the Melcher-Dallas Saints’s varsity football lineup this year.

The Twin Cedars Sabers return only three starters from the 2018 varsity football squad that went 4-6 overall. The squad does have seven letter winners on the team to lean on.

Pleasantville varsity volleyball coach Joel Allman is starting his second season at the helm.

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