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High School

  • Sports Calendar: April 23

    We have a busy day on the sports calendar. There's no shortage of activities planned for Thursday.

    The day starts off around the area with tennis. The Red Oak boys tennis team will host a triangular against Lewis Central and St. Albert. Red Oak plays Lewis Central first at 12:30 p.m. at the Red Oak High School tennis courts. At 2:30 p.m., it will be Lewis Central and St. Albert facing off. Finally, Red Oak plays St. Albert at 4:30 p.m.

  • Sports Calendar: April 21

    We have another busy day on the sports calendar for Tuesday. There's no shortage of activities going on around the area.

    Track

    The Red Oak boys track team will be home Tuesday as they host their first track meet of the season. Southwest Valley, Bedford, Clarinda, Mount Ayr, Sheanndoah and Tri-Center are all scheduled to compete. The meet starts at 5 p.m.

  • Red Oak takes seventh at Creston

     CRESTON — The Red Oak boys track and field team picked up one win at the Panther Relays Thursday as they finished seventh as a team.

    The Tigers finished ahead of both Creston and Adair-Casey as they recorded a score of 36. Harlan won the meet with 113 points. Clarinda was runner-up and Atlantic took third.

  • Red Oak runner-up at Griswold meet

     GRISWOLD — Highlighted by a main-event win in the 4x400, the Red Oak girls track and field team claimed runner-up at the Griswold Tigers Relays last Tuesday at Griswold High School.

    Red Oak won four titles at the meet as they recorded a score of 107. Kuemper Catholic won the “AA” division of the meet with a score of 131.

  • Southwest Valley finishes fourth at Clarke

     OSCEOLA — The Southwest Valley boys track team picked up multiple wins as they finished fourth at Thursday’s Clarke Invite.

    Southwest Valley recorded a team score of 80 as Knoxville won the meet with 143.50.

    The highlight individual win came in the 110-meter high hurdles as Tony Klocke (15.54) won by less than a second over Peyton Pedersen of Central Decatur.

  • Golf Recap: Tigers seventh at LC tourney

     COUNCIL BLUFFS — The Red Oak boys golf team finished seventh at the Lewis Central Invitational Thursday at the Fox Run Golf Course in Council Bluffs.

    Red Oak recorded a team score of 343, finishing ahead of St. Albert, Heartland Christian, Brownell-Talbot and Bellevue East. Creston won the meet with a score of 301.

  • Red Oak tennis opens season with pair of wins

     Both Red Oak tennis teams began the 2015 season picking up a couple wins.

    The most recent wins came Thursday when Red Oak defeated Southwest Valley.

    It was the first home meet for the girls as they won 9-0. The boys’ team won their match in Corning 8-1.

  • Red Oak takes eighth at Mustang Relays

     SHENANDOAH — The Red Oak boys track and field team took eighth out of 14 teams competing at the Mustang Relays last Monday in Shenandoah.

    Red Oak had a team score of 36 points, edged out of seventh by Griswold, who had 37.5. Southwest Valley was sixth with 43, East Mills was ninth with 31 and Essex took 13th with 10 points.

    Glenwood won the meet with a score of 171.

  • Tigers tie for third at Shen meet

     SHENANDOAH —The puzzle is starting to fit together for Red Oak girls’ track and field coach Curt Adams.

    However, he knows he’ll need to make adjustments if he wants to send his girls to the state track meet in Des Moines.

    “We’ve got a plan developing for what we want to do at conference and districts,” Adams said. “Some of those teams, we might tweak a little bit.”

  • Sports Calendar: April 20

    It's a busy Monday on the sports calendar. Here's what's going on around the area.

    Monday will be the make-up day for the Red Oak girls track and field meet. The meet was originally scheduled for April 9, but rain postponed everything. Griswold, Essex, Southwest Valley and Stanton are all scheduled to compete, as well. The meet starts at 5 p.m. at the Dick Morrison Track.