Sports

03/05/2020 - 11:19am

According to coach Aaron Schafer, it was a tough field of teams that the young Eagle wrestlers faced at the recent State AAU Tournament. Qualifiers making the trip were Tucker Taylor, Kylar Severson, Ethan Schreiber, Jackson Babcock, Drake Sisneros, Hayden Schafer, Jaymie Anderson, Reece Demuth, James Harle, Mack Morgan, Brett Ascherl, Jakob Jeske and Lilly Locke. 

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02/27/2020 - 10:50am
Part 2 of 2 Now that we’ve laid out the history and the background on the petition, it’s time to ask opinions over a cross-section of both district patrons and several student-athletes. Of the questions sent out, responses came back both in favor of going back and also in favor of staying where we are. Again, that was our intention; to...
02/20/2020 - 11:15am
As many of you are already aware of by now, a petition has been circulating concerning the Eagle Grove sports teams and their current conference affiliation. The desire, on the part of Laurie Nelson who started the petition, is to leave the Top of Iowa Conference (TOI) and go back to the North Central Conference (NCC). She cites competitiveness...
02/20/2020 - 11:06am
Following Class 1A district action last Saturday in Sioux Rapids, Mark Dawson (145) and Joel Mendoza (220) both punched their ticket for a return trip to Wells Fargo Arena. The best part is that they’re doing it as district champs. Dawson won his opener by a 17-2 technical fall over Sarringer (Sib-Ochey), then took a close 6-5 nail biter...
02/13/2020 - 1:11pm
The Eagle wrestling team will be represented by five wrestlers this Saturday in Sioux Rapids after last week’s 1A sectional at Manson. The team took third at Clarion-Goldfield-Dows won with 225.5 points. They were followed in order by Manson NW Webster with 220, Eagle Grove with 186, West Bend-Mallard with 154, Pocahontas Area with 142,...
02/13/2020 - 1:09pm
The Eagle Grove boys basketball team had nothing to hang their heads about after a bitter-sweet game played at home last Tuesday evening, Feb. 4. The Eagles, celebrating their last home game of the year and Senior Night, took on the North Union Warriors of Armstrong, and played what could arguably be their hardest fought game of the season. It...
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