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The Whole 10 Yards

Marshalltown’s Kent Loney, center, talks with officials prior to Friday’s Homecoming football game against Fort Dodge at Leonard Cole Field. Loney, 80, has been a member of the Marshalltown High School football team’s chain gang for 60 years. Loney was named the Bobcats’ honorary ...

Tigers slain by No. 2 Iowa Western, 3-1

Scoring the first goal allowed by Iowa Western Community College this season was not enough for the Marshalltown Community College men’s soccer team to escape defeat against the No. 2 Reivers Saturday afternoon in a 3-1 loss. The Tigers, ranked for the first time this season at No. 20, ...

PREP ROUND-UP: West Marshall dealt first HOIC loss

STATE CENTER — The West Marshall volleyball team suffered its first Heart of Iowa Conference loss of the season, falling in three-straight to Nevada on Monday night, 25-23, 25-13, 25-22. The Trojans (10-9, 2-1) led midway through the opening set, 13-10, but couldn’t hang onto the ...

Broncos lose LB Jewell to torn chest muscle

ENGLEWOOD, Colo. — The Denver Broncos haven’t lost a game yet, but they have lost five starters in two weeks and the latest injury, to inside linebacker Josey Jewell, appears the most serious. Coach Vic Fangio wouldn’t confirm reports Monday that the fourth-year inside linebacker is ...

Swimmers show promise, MHS diving record falls

Some of the state’s best swimmers showed up at the Marshalltown YMCA, particularly those from No. 5 Johnston — and while it made for a difficult meet, the Bobcat swimmers and divers more than acquitted themselves. Marshalltown finished fourth in the team standings for the event with a ...

Smith leads Bobcats at Midwest supermeet

PELLA — Marshalltown High School senior Conner Smith came in 26th out of 283 runners in the 16th Heartland Classic on Saturday at Central College as the Bobcat cross country teams competed in a Midwest regional extravaganza. Thirteen teams from Nebraska, Kansas, Missouri and Minnesota ...