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No. 3 Tigers shoot down RedTails

September 21, 2016 The Tigers kept the intensity up, which is what they needed to do to make sure there wasn’t a letdown coming off the biggest match of the season. After defeating then-No. more »»

Nifty 50: Spartans notch another NICL West win

September 21, 2016 GRUNDY CENTER — Before each game, the goal isn’t to set records or turn heads for the Grundy Center volleyball tea. more »»

MHS golfers slide to 6th at Southeast Polk

September 21, 2016 PLEASANT HILL — They’ve got the game. Now they’ve got to put it on display every opportunity they get. more »»

Bobcat netters sweep aside Mason City, 3-0

September 21, 2016 MASON CITY — A week’s worth of preparation paid off for the Marshalltown volleyball team, which dropped out of the rankings but scored another CIML Iowa Conference win. more »»

Mistakes send Hawkeyes out of Top 25 after loss

September 21, 2016 IOWA CITY — Kirk Ferentz has mentioned more than once in his 18 seasons as Iowa’s coach that his program doesn’t have much margin for error. more »»

Bobcat girls run to 7th at Newton

September 21, 2016 NEWTON — For the first time this season, the Marshalltown girls’ had a new leader on the varsity team. more »»

ISU’s ground game shows signs of life

September 20, 2016 AMES — To head coach Matt Campbell, there isn’t a guy who exemplifies Iowa State football more than Brian Seda. more »»

Season-high 309 sends MHS to 4th

September 20, 2016 ANKENY — A season-high team score came on the heels of one of the program’s best rounds ever, and it went a long way to show the Marshalltown boys’ golf team just what every stroke mean. more »»

Iowa’s Big 4 Classic extended through 2019

September 20, 2016 DES MOINES — The annual doubleheader featuring Iowa’s four NCAA Division I men’s basketball teams has been extended through 2019. more »»

Bobcat JV football falls to Jaguars

September 20, 2016 The Marshalltown junior varsity football team fell 21-14 to Ankeny Centennial on Monday night at Leonard Cole Field. more »»

Tiger takedown

September 18, 2016 After No. 13 Marshalltown Community College men’s soccer team defeated N. more »»

Tigers topple Blackhawks

September 18, 2016 Every set had its hero Saturday for the Marshalltown Community College volleyball team, and it needed one each frame of the way as the Tigers powered through their matchup with Southeastern Communit... more »»

MHS divers lead the way in home meet Saturday

September 18, 2016 The divers continue to be the high point of the Marshalltown girls’ swimming and diving team. Sami Trowbridge scored 382.40 points and Alli Trowbridge was close on her heels with 38. more »»

Comets win G-R volleyball tournament

September 18, 2016 REINBECK — The BCLUW volleyball team went 4-for-4 on matches Saturday at Gladbrook-Reinbeck’s tournament. The Comets swept GMG (21-16, 21-8), G-R (21-12, 21-10) and North Butler (21-12, 21-19. more »»

Vance propels Bobcats to Joe August crown

September 17, 2016 A school record score was in sight, but the Marshalltown boys’ golf team has higher priorities: Getting back to stat. more »»

Wahawks spoil MHS Homecoming

September 17, 2016 In a complete 180 of their contest against Waterloo East, the West side of the same city spoiled the Bobcats’ Homecoming fun, delivering a 41-7 loss Friday night. more »»

Dons deny AGWSR upset

September 17, 2016 ACKLEY — When a team lines up against Don Bosco, it knows what its going up against. Even if the two teams have never faced off in the past. more »»

Spartans stomp No. 8 Knights

September 17, 2016 MASON CITY — Grundy Center senior tailback Bryce Flater carried 30 times for 282 yards and six touchdowns, helping the Spartans send Class A No. more »»

No. 13 Iowa faces FCS power North Dakota St

September 17, 2016 IOWA CITY — No. 13 Iowa’s only game against an FCS opponent just might be its toughest non-conference challenge of the season. more »»

TCU focused on Big 12 opener against Iowa St

September 17, 2016 FORT WORTH, Texas — TCU coach Gary Patterson isn’t worried about the College Football Playoff or that the Horned Frogs dropped out of the national rankings. “I’m just trying to beat Iowa State. more »»



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