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Four area gridders picked for Shrine Bowl

February 27, 2013 Some of the best football players to ever don a uniform in the state of Iowa have played in the Iowa Shrine Bowl All Star Football Classi. more »»

End of an era: Holdiman steps down as MHS football coach

February 5, 2013 The Marshalltown Bobcat football team set plenty of offensive records under coach Dave Holdiman. The program will now have to find someone else to try to break those marks. more »»

T-R ALL-AREA FOOTBALL: Gimbel: More than a product of the ‘system’

January 28, 2013 Marshalltown’s Blake Gimbel did things no one else in a high school football uniform did while playing quarterback the past two seasons for the Bobcats. more »»

Saddle up: Gimbel follows MHS pipeline to SW Minnesota State

January 3, 2013 Southwest Minnesota State has had a strong pipeline with Marshalltown High School athletes over the past few years. more »»

McDowell picked for Norris Award

December 12, 2012 Marshalltown standout wide receiver De’Quan McDowell was presented the Nick Norris Award before the Bobcats’ boys basketball game against Fort Dodge at the Roundhouse Friday. more »»

WM’s Ferch, Brockman honored atop district

November 8, 2012 The Offensive MVP of Class 2A District 7 is a Ferch for the fifth year in a row. more »»

Six Bobcats land on new all-division football team

November 5, 2012 Six members of the Marshalltown High School football team were selected to the Class 4A Division 3 football first-team squad, as voted by the league’s coaches. more »»

Undefeated Grinnell pulls away from rival Trojans late

November 3, 2012 GRINNELL — The South Tama County football team played its game against undefeated and second-ranked Grinnell. But not even that was good enough to upset the Tigers at T.T. more »»

Knights grind West Marshall to a halt

November 3, 2012 STATE CENTER — Class 2A’s top-ranked defense proved itself time and time again, and the offense came through when it had to too. more »»

Wapsie wallops Redhawks, 46-20

November 3, 2012 FAIRBANK — The Redhawks weathered the first wave, but after the second, third and fourth, the Warriors’ depth took over. more »»

Déjà vú: Rams end Bobcats’ season again

October 30, 2012 PLEASANT HILL — For the second straight year, the Southeast Polk Rams ended the Marshalltown football season in the second round of the Class 4A playoff. more »»

Trojans dash past Nevada again

October 30, 2012 STATE CENTER — It wasn’t the lopsided lambasting it handed Nevada the first time around, but it certainly was enough to advance. more »»

Redhawks ride winning streak into quarterfinals

October 30, 2012 TRAER — Different opponent, same result. Forcing five turnovers and racing to a 27-0 halftime lead, the N. more »»

Royals, Rebels ousted; South Tama survives

October 30, 2012 MURRAY — An early 30-point hole proved too much for the Colo-NESCO football team (7-4) to overcome in a 64-40 loss to No. 2 ranked Murray (11-0) in eight-man second round action Monday. more »»

Ground and pound? MHS scampers past Scarlets

October 25, 2012 Des Moines East made an adjustment at halftime that forced the Marshalltown football team into doing something it doesn’t usually like to d. more »»

Redhawks sprint through Turkey Valley

October 25, 2012 TRAER — With a condensed schedule and quick turnarounds, rest is a rare treat in the playoffs. Racing to a 43-0 lead at the half, the North Tama starters were allowed to indulge a littl. more »»

Trojans traipse around Red Oak

October 25, 2012 STATE CENTER — Welcome to the postseason, Red Oak. Let me show you the way out. more »»

Rebels break through for first round playoff win

October 25, 2012 GLADBROOK — Instead of turning in their pads, the players on the Gladbrook-Reinbeck football team are turning their focus to the second round after a 17-6 first round playoff win over North Butler a... more »»

South Tama strikes quick, ousts W-SR

October 25, 2012 TAMA — Kyle Stephenson rushed for 189 yards and three scores as South Tama County cruised into the Class 3A second round following an easy 31-14 win over Waverly-Shell Rock on Wednesda. more »»

Royals take timely revenge on Melcher-Dallas, 58-42

October 25, 2012 MELCHER-DALLAS — Colo-NESCO suffered a 16-point defeat at the hands of Melcher-Dallas in the Royals’ first-ever 8-man football game. more »»

 
 

 

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