OKOBOJI, Iowa — The Sibley-Ocheyedan Generals opened the game’s scoring with safety in the second quarter and that same defense ended up pitching a shutout in an 8-0 non-district win over the Okoboji Pioneers Friday night.
SIBLEY, Iowa — Combining a big-play offensive attack with a stifling defensive effort Friday night, the Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn Hawks opened the 2012 Iowa high school football season with an impressive 43-0 victory over a young and inexperienced Sibley-Ocheyedan Generals’ squad.
Sibley-Ocheyedan graduate Steven Brockshus was elected state FFA President and Josh Earll was elected State FFA Vice-President. They are two of the 9 elected officers to serve the 15,000-plus members of the Iowa FFA Association for this next year.
GEORGE, Iowa — Eric Schilling had 16 points and nine rebounds, Matt Nagel had 12 points and eight rebounds and Judd Rosenboom and Evan Voss each had nine points to lead George-Little Rock over Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn 59-32 in the first round of the boys’ Class 1A District 4 basketball playoffs Monday.
EDGERTON — Southwest Christian’s Zach Huisken became the all-time leading scorer in SWC history Thursday, scoring 24 points to pass Kara Van Dyke’s 1,428 career points in an 83-55 route of Adrian in boys’ basketball action. Huisken added 10 rebounds, five assists and three blocks along with moving his career points mark to 1,438.
OKABENA — In a game which was closely-contested the entire 40 minutes, Hills-Beaver Creek prevailed in an overtime thriller Friday night, claiming a 70-65 victory over Southwest Star Concept in Red Rock Conference boys’ basketball action.
SIBLEY, Iowa — The Worthington Trojans’ wrestling team defeated the Sibley-Ocheyedan Generals, 42-27 in a non-conference dual Tuesday night.
WHS captured the lead following a forfeit win for Hser Eh Pwae at 106 pounds and never looked back.
ADRIAN — Kyle Kilgore had a monster performance, scoring 34 points, hauling in 18 rebounds and forcing three steals to lead Adrian’s boys’ basketball team over Ellsworth 69-58 Saturday in a Red Rock Conference showdown.
EDGERTON — In a game which was nip-and-tuck all the way with neither team ever holding more than a seven-point lead, Southwest Christian’s girls’ basketball team prevailed Friday night as the Eagles held off a strong Fulda rally and claimed a 67-66 Red Rock Conference victory, giving the Raiders their first league loss.
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