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.
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.
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…
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…
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.
Norwalk, ranked No. 8 in Class 3A put it all together Saturday to win the girls’ team title in the large school class at the Pella Invitational.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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