Today's Sports

  • Stanton’s Johnson, Griswold’s...
  • Three SWV girls all-POI hoops

    Three Southwest Valley girls recieved honors for all-conference Pride of Iowa basketball.
    First team
    Morgan Shuey, Southwest Valley senior; Alli Masters, Central Decatur senior; Emma Atwood, Central Decatur senior; Sam Stewart, Mount Ayr junior; and Jensen Archibald, Martensdale-St. Marys junior.
    Archibald, Atwood, and Stewart received unanimous votes.

    Second team

  • Boys state champs;Girls 6th place
  • T’Wolves track keeps on track...
  • Hawk-10 releases winter all-...

    The winter sports all-academic team has been released by the Hawkeye 10 Conference. Criteria for the honor is a senior letterwinner who has attained a cumulative 3.5 GPA during their high school career.
    Winter sports include girls and boys basketball, wrestling, basketball and wrestling cheerleading, and girls and boys bowling. Following is a complete list of the Hawkeye 10 all-academic team for each sport.
    Girls basketball
    Red Oak: Kate Carlson, Kamryn Buntrock.
    Atlantic: Alyssa Ginther, Baylee Newell.

  • RO boys bowling rolls to state...

    The Red Oak boys bowling team claimed the Class 1A state bowling championship for the first time in school history on Monday, Feb. 18, rolling a score of 3,135.
    “The boys just seemed to be very comfortable and locked in early,” assistant coach David Terry said. “This may have been from our practice session the night before the meet. We were given a wonderful opportunity to go up the day before and practice on the lanes. This helped our team understand how the lanes were going to play.”

  • Tigers place three on H10 girls...

    Red Oak junior Sophie Walker is one of five Hawkeye 10 girls to be unanimously chosen for first team basketball honors in the conference. Two other Tiger juniors were selected for conference basketball honors: Chloe Johnson (second team); and Ellie Rengstorf (honorable mention).
    The honorees are selected by the conference coaches. The complete H10 selected teams  was released Tuesday, Feb. 26.
    First team

  • Wolverines pick off Vikings;...

    East Mills boys basketball used a dominating second quarter to defeat the Stanton Vikings 56-48 and advance to the Class 1A district 14 final.
    The Vikings got on the board first on a 3-0 run, but the Wolverines battled for the lead and ended the first frame ahead 17-14.
    East Mills stepped up its defense in the second quarter and held the Vikings to just four points, as the Wolverines added 13 to their score and headed to the break with a 30-18 lead.

  • RO girls BB rolls to three wins...

    The Tiger girls basketball team soundly defeated Ar-We-Va 70-35 Monday, Jan. 21 in non-conference play.
    Red Oak had six points on the board by three different Tigers before Ar-We-Va put up their first two, and the Tigers rolled on to a 15-5 first-quarter lead, with scores by five Tigers.
    The second frame began on a Tiger 13-4 run as Red Oak continued to control the game, and the Tigers led 36-14 at the break.
    The Tigers jumped out to a 9-2 run in the third frame, ending the period with a 52-15 lead, putting the game out of reach for the Rockets.

  • RO’s McCunn earns Hawk-10...

    The Red Oak grapplers competed in the Hawkeye 10 Conference wrestling tournament in Shenandoah on Saturday, Jan. 26, ending the day in seventh of 11 teams.
    “Our team had set our expectations a little higher than we were able to accomplish today,” Red Oak head wrestling coach Tiegen Podliska said. “That means they see the work we’re putting in and think we should be placing higher than we are.”