High School

  • Sports Calendar: April 22

    With temperatures around the 70s and plenty of sunshine to go around, it should be a nice day for all the area sporting events.

    The big track meet around the area for today will be the Boys Invitational at Red Oak. The Tigers will be hosting schools like Shenandoah, Clarinda, Harlan, Southwest Valley, Bedford and Tri-Center. The meet is scheduled for a 5 p.m. start at the Dick Morrison Track.

  • Red Oak boys record sixth place finish at Mustang Relays

    SHENANDOAH — The Red Oak boys track and field team finished sixth out of 13 varsity teams during last Tuesday’s Mustang Relays at the Ray Graves Track.

    Red Oak finished behind East Mills and Griswold as they recorded a score of 59 points. Glenwood won the meet with 168 points.

    Josh Sunberg provided the big boost for Red Oak with wins in the 3,200 and 1,600 races.

    In the 3,200, it was a one-two finish with Sunberg and teammate Logan LeRette. 

  • Red Oak baseball camp starts soon

     The Montgomery County Family YMCA and the Red Oak Park and Tree Board are sponsoring two upcoming baseball camps in May. 

    Both camps will be under the direction of Red Oak High School Head Varsity Baseball Coach Darrell Berry and assistant coaches Juan Batula, Nick Crouse and Mark Erickson. Red Oak High School varsity players will be at the camps to help demonstrate the fundamentals being covered. 

  • Griswold boys golf defeats Clarinda

     CLARINDA — The Griswold boys golf team defeated Clarinda 173-185 at their home meet Thursday.

    James Reynolds shot a 38 to lead Griswold and claim the top medalist spot. Carlton Rahn of Clarinda was runner-up with a score of 41.

    Jake Reynolds wasn’t far off from runner-up as he shot a 43. Tyler Wyman was the next finisher for Griswold as he recorded a 45. Tyrel Peters had a 47 while Treighton Oakleaf finished with a 49. Morgan Kimpson was the final finisher for Griswold with a 55.

  • Tigers finish seventh at Shen golf tournament

     SHENANDOAH — The Red Oak golf team finished seventh in the large school portion of the Mustang Golf Invitational, which took place at the American Legion Country Club in Shenandoah last Tuesday.

    Red Oak shot a 390 and didn’t have a golfer place in the top 15 during the tournament.

    Ryan Plambeck had the top score for the Tigers when he shot an 81. 

    Nick Carlson meanwhile finished with a 91, the only other Tigers golfer with a score under 100. 

  • SWV runner-up at Fillie Invitational

     SHENANDOAH — The Southwest Valley girls golf team took second, while Red Oak finished fifth at Thursday’s Fillie Golf Invitational at the American Legion Country Club in Shenandoah.

    Southwest Valley posted a score of 423, finishing behind Clarinda, who had a 379. Red Oak meanwhile had a 500, finishing ahead of both SWI and Glenwood.

  • Viqueens place third, Tigers sixth at Shenandoah

     SHENANDOAH — The Stanton and Red Oak girls track and field teams both finished in the top six out of 10 teams competing at Thursday’s Fillie Relays at the Ray Graves Track in Shenandoah.

    Stanton finished third with a score of 85, while Red Oak took sixth with 54 points. Shenandoah won the meet with a score of 161 and Mount Ayr finished second with 97.

  • Tigers tennis starts season unbeaten

    RED OAK — The Red Oak tennis teams began the 2014 season with some early wins.

    The most recent victories came Thursday when both the boys and girls varsity team defeated Southwest Valley 9-0.

    The boys were home for their meet at Red Oak High School as they picked up quick victories against the Timberwolves. All matches were one set with the first to 10 winning.

    Jordan Nelson started the meet with a 10-0 win against Chris Hinterkopf, in a battle of the top seeds.

  • Sports Calendar: April 17

    The weekend is finally approaching, at least for the schools. With school not being in session for Friday, all the key sporting events will take place Thursday.

    In tennis, the Red Oak teams will be back in action when they face off against Southwest Valley. The boys will be home at the Red Oak High School tennis courts, while the girls go to Corning. Both meets are scheduled for a 4:30 p.m. start.

  • Sports Calendar: April 15

    With the weather forecast looking slightly better compared to the weekend (slightly cooler than last week), there's no shortage of sporting events going on around the area for Tuesday.

    The only meet re-scheduled to Tuesday is the Mustang Relays which takes place at 4:30 p.m. at the Ray Graves Track in Shenandoah. Red Oak, Griswold, East Mills, Essex and Southwest Valley are scheduled to be at the meet.

    The other big meet in the area takes place in Griswold. Red Oak, Southwest Valley and Essex are scheduled to compete. The meet starts at 5 p.m.