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High School

  • Sports Calendar: January 20

    It's a busy day on the sports calendar for Tuesday, so here's what is going on:

    The Corner Conference basketball tournament continues Tuesday night when the boys take to the court for quarterfinal action.

    In Stanton, the two quarterfinals feature Stanton versus Nishnabotna and Fremont-Mills against Heartland Christian. FM and Heartland Christian play first at 6 p.m., with the Stanton game to follow afterward.

  • Sports Calendar: Red Oak-Kuemper Catholic set for H-10 showdown

    There's a lot of big basketball match-ups for Friday night, but the biggest will happen in Red Oak when the Tigers face off against Kuemper Catholic in a battle of 3A-ranked Hawkeye 10 teams.

    It's all part of a doubleheader that starts at 6 p.m. with the JV game. The varsity girls game is scheduled for a 7:30 p.m. start.

    Both Red Oak and Kuemper Catholic are ranked in the latest 3A rankings released by the IGHSAU. Red Oak remains sixth, while Kuemper Catholic dropped a spot to 11th.

  • 2015 Corner Conference Basketball Tournament set

    The Corner Conference brackets were released Wednesday morning. Here is the bracket for both the boys and girls basketball tournament.

    Boys

    The seeding for the boys tournament is as follows:

  • Sports Calendar: January 13

    Nothing is going to stop all the fun action planned for Tuesday, certainly not the cold temperatures.

    Bowling and Wrestling

    The day starts in the afternoon when the Red Oak bowling team hosts its annual tournament. The boys and girls varsity tournament features Creston, Harlan, Lewis Central, Shenandoah and Lamoni. The Red Oak bowling tournament starts at 3:30 p.m. at Red Oak Lanes.

  • Red Oak bowling splits versus LC, Shenandoah

     RED OAK — The Red Oak varsity bowling teams split their meets versus Lewis Central Friday afternoon at Red Oak Lanes.

    The girls picked up a win when they defeated Lewis Central 2,459-1,714.

    Jasmine Forward had the top series with a 359, including a 182 high game.

    Shaely Nowels had a 357 series, while Breann Berkey recorded a 354.

  • Red Oak nets 61-51 victory over Shenandoah

     The Red Oak boys’ basketball team overcame an early first quarter deficit to rally back and defeat the Shenandoah Mustangs 61-51 at Shenandoah High School Friday night.

    The win was the second of two wins for the Tigers during the week.

  • SWV GBB scores win versus Wayne

     CORNING — The Southwest Valley girls basketball team scored a win Friday night at home when they defeated Wayne 63-46.

    Marie Palmer led the way with 17 points, while Katie Taylor had eight and Janelle Gibler and Regan Jessen each had seven.

    Mount Ayr 58, Southwest Valley 51

    The Timberwolves came up short in their comeback bid in their only game in Villisca this season last Tuesday.

  • Red Oak wrestling takes sixth at Rollin Dyer tourney

     ATLANTIC— The Red Oak wrestling team finished sixth out of nine teams competing at the Rollin Dyer Tournament Saturday at Atlantic High School.

    Tanner Mertz (145 lbs.) was the lone Red Oak wrestler to make it to the championship match. He lost an 11-3 major decision to state medalist Caleb Coleman of Bondurant-Farrar.

  • Red Oak wins over Shenandoah, Creston; improves to 10-1

     The Red Oak girls basketball team ensured a third straight 10 win season by capping the week with wins over Creston and Shenandoah.

    They ensured they’d reach that with victories over Shenandoah and Creston over the weekend.

    The Class 3A No. 6 ranked Tigers (10-1 overall, 4-1 conference) knocked off No. 9 ranked Shenandoah 42-29 Friday in a heated rivalry win and followed that up with a 56-48 victory over Creston Saturday. 

  • Viqueens drop both games to conference foes

     STANTON — The Stanton Viqueens fell short when they lost 60-27 Thursday night at home versus Fremont-Mills.

    The Knights began the game with a 10-2 run, which led to them getting up 19-7 at the end of the first quarter. 

    Fremont-Mills struggled to score early in the second quarter as a three-pointer by Jenna Nelson sent the Knights into halftime leading 37-14.