SPORTS SHORTS: Rebel girls soccer has 6 on all-district

The Grundy Center/Gladbrook-Reinbeck had six girls selected to the Iowa Girls Coaches Association soccer all-district teams.

Audrey Leyen, Carsen Hamann, Jacque Kuester, Maddie McMartin, Megan Swanson and Sydney Mathews were all given second-team honors on the Class 1A team for the Rebels after the team made it to the regional semifinals, where they lost to Center Point-Urbana.

South Tama County/East Marshall had three girls make the 2A second team: Emily Terrones, Sadie Smith and Savanna Lopez.

Kacee Hamor and Terrones of STC/EM and Leyen for GC/G-R were all featured on the Academic All-State teams.

Bobcat Club holding summer luncheon

The Bobcat Quarterback Club will hold a summer luncheon on June 29 at Wayward Social Eats & Alleys.

Marshalltown High School head baseball coach Steve Hanson and head softball coach Jim Palmer will be on hand to interact with Bobcat fans during a noon luncheon catered by Zeno’s Pizza at a cost of $8.50 per person.

Interested Bobcat fans are asked to reserve their place for this Quarterback Club luncheon by emailing Kent Loney at

MHS volleyball hosting skills camp

The Marshalltown Bobcat volleyball staff will be hosting the coaches of Midwest Performance Volleyball for individual skills camps July 25-27. The camp is open to all area girls going into grades 6-12.

Camp directors include Kaylee Manns, a former Iowa State All-American, Emily Brown, former Big 12 Freshman of the year for Kansas University and Allison Mayfield, a former outside hitter for Kansas University. All three former players are currently on the international circuit.

The high school camp for girls entering grades 9-12 will be from 8:30 a.m.-noon and cost $85 per camper, while the junior high session for grades 6-8 will run from 1-3 p.m. and cost $50 per athlete.

For more information or to register, contact MHS head volleyball coach Chris Brees at or at (515) 865-5354.