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Fritz named ARC co-Pitcher of the Year

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CEDAR RAPIDS — Central College senior pitcher Mariah Fritz was one of three players to share the American Rivers Conference’s Pitcher of the Year award after helping the Dutch win the 13th conference title in school history. Fritz, an East Marshall High School graduate, finished the ...

Trojans tripped up by Oskaloosa

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TAMA — After giving up a late goal before halftime, the South Tama County/East Marshall girls soccer team trailed 3-0 to Oskaloosa at the break. As the teams came out for the second half the Trojans had a renewed fire, and while they weren’t able to cut into the lead — even allowing ...

MHS girls shoot season’s best score at Southeast Polk Invite

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PLEASANT HILL — A cold and windy morning greeted the Marshalltown girls golf team at the start of the Southeast Polk Invite at Copper Creek Golf Course on Thursday, but the cool weather did nothing to the hot clubs of the Bobcats MHS shot its best 18-hole score of the season with a 359, 36 ...

MCC’s Lane lands with San Jose St.

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SAN JOSE, Calif. — Former Marshalltown Community College center Eduardo Lane will continue his basketball career at San Jose State University, the Trojans announced on Tuesday. Lane averaged 9.9 points and 4.4 rebounds in 30 appearances last season for the Tigers, starting in 15 of them ...

Snider selected as ICCAC Player of the Year

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AMES — Indian Hills Community College freshman second baseman Brooke Snider was named the Iowa Community College Athletic Conference Division I Player of the Year. Snider, in her first year after graduating from West Marshall, finished the season ranked near the top in three statistical ...

SPORTS SHORTS: MHS offering boys basketball camps

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The Marshalltown Bobcat boys basketball team and head coach Michael Appel will be hosting a basketball camp for kids from 1st through 12th grade. There will be two different sessions, on running from June 11-14 for Grades 4-through-12 and one going from June 17-20 for grades 1-through-3. ...

Curphy can’t wait to reach new heights at Indian Hills

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LE GRAND — Cade Curphy can’t wait to find out what his future holds as a runner. Neither can Indian Hills Community College. Curphy, an East Marshall High School senior, recently signed his National Letter of Intent to run year-round at the next level, committing to the Warriors’ ...

Torres’ second-half goals moves MHS to 13 straight

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MASON CITY — The Class 3A No. 7 Marshalltown boys soccer team was locked in a 0-0 tie with Mason City at halftime of their CIML Iowa Conference tilt on Tuesday night, but once again Jose Torres changed all of that. Torres netted two goals in the second half, one in the 45th minute and one ...

Kansas prep star picks Iowa State

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AMES — Iowa State has signed prep star Caleb Grill to a letter of intent. The Cyclones announced Tuesday that Grill, a 6-foot-3 guard out of Maize, Kansas, will be the fourth high school player in this year’s recruiting class. Maize originally signed with South Dakota State. But he ...

SPORTS SHORTS: MHS girls golf falls to Mason City by 2

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MASON CITY — The Marshalltown girls golf team lost a CIML Iowa Conference dual to Mason City by two strokes on Tuesday at Mason City Country Club, 190-192. Sophomore Kyra Feldman led the Bobcats with a 44, her best nine-hole score of the year, and she was given runner-up honors on a ...

Allen, Comets get runner-up at NICL West meet

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ELDORA — If Monday had been a nine-hole tournament, the BCLUW girls golf team would have been in trouble. The Comets got off to a rough start in the NICL West Division Tournament at Pine Lake Country Club, but after taking a beating on the first trip through the nine-hole course they ...

Trojans’ Petermeier earns all-conference honor

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STATE CENTER — The West Marshall boys golf team placed third in the NICL West Division Tournament at their home Lincoln Valley Golf Course on Monday with a score of 363. Trojan senior Conley Petermeier led the way by shooting an 86 to place eighth and earn an all-conference honor. ...

Grand View volleyball gets Arifi

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LE GRAND — The East Marshall volleyball team will go into next season without its all-time leader in kills, kill efficiency and blocks, and Grand View University has become the beneficiary. Mustang senior Juliana Arifi will travel to Des Moines to continue her academic and athletic career ...

Henson shares low round, Feldman aces

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WEST DES MOINES — The Marshalltown girls golf team finished tied for ninth at the Waukee Invitational on Monday with a score of 393. The Bobcats were led by two strong performances at the top, with freshman Amber Henson tying for the low round of the day with a 3-over-par 75 and sophomore ...

Bobcat girls downed by Go-Hawks in finale

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The Marshalltown girls tennis team fell to Waverly-Shell Rock in its final regular season meet of the season on Monday, 8-1. Due to weather in the area, the meet format was changed after a rain delay, with the singles matches commencing as usual and the doubles playing three matches with one ...

Redhawks’ Vogeler third at Iowa Star

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CONRAD — North Tama’s Molly Vogeler made a splash in her first Iowa Star Conference meet on Monday. The Redhawk freshman turned in an 18-hole round of 106 to place third individually at Oakwood Country Club in Conrad. Only Tripoli’s Morgan Moeller (92) and McKenna Schaufenbuel (99) ...

Wagner teams up with Rory

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At the beginning of March, Marshalltown native and American Legion Memorial Golf Course member Michael Wagner could barely raise his left arm to shoulder level. Two months later, he was at Quail Hollow Golf Course in Charlotte, N.C., competing alongside Rory McIlroy. Wagner was afforded ...

Brynjarsson stepping away from MCC men’s basketball

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Brynjar Brynjarsson has resigned from his position of head men’s basketball coach at Marshalltown Community College after 14 seasons with the Tigers. In a post on Facebook, Brynjarsson thanked the faculty and administration at MCC for the support during his long tenure in ...