Sports

01/10/2018 - 3:10pm

The Eagle wrestlers traveled to Winterset last Saturday for the Gary Christensen Invitational. Waukee took the title with 242 points, followed in the top five of the 17-team tournament by Interstate 35 (Truro) with 198.5, Winterset with 133, Osage with 124 and Van Meter with 122. The Eagles were eighth.

Joel Mendoza (220) captured the lone gold medal for the team, using a fall and 11-9...

12/20/2017 - 2:34pm
basketball team continues to gain confidence with each win, the latest of which was a 67-66 victory last Tuesday at Lake Mills. The Eagles held a slight 35-32 halftime advantage, and the game stayed tight throughout the entire second half. Even though the home team outscored them by three points over the course of the fourth quarter, the purple...
12/20/2017 - 2:33pm
varsity girls lost a 79-43 contest to Bishop Garrigan at Wells Fargo Arena. The Golden Bears went up 31-10 after a quarter and held a 50-23 halftime lead. Ari Lyman poured in 16 points including 4 of 5 from the charity line. Natalie Vrba scored seven points, while Kenzie Crail tossed in a pair of three-pointers and Megan Sampson scored six points...
12/13/2017 - 3:45pm
Last Monday, December 4, the Eagle Grove girls varsity basketball team hosted CAL and took a convincing 79-4 win. They were up 39-2 at the half. Unofficial scoring showed Natalie Vrba with 27 points to lead the way. Ari Lyman came in with 24 points, Lea Friedl with 10, Kenzie Crail with five, Cali Schultz with four points, Jordan Kastler with...
12/13/2017 - 11:18am
The Eagle Grove wrestling team took part in the Martin Family Invitational Dual Tournament last Saturday at Algona. The Eagles won three of their four encounters for the day, defeating Forest City 48-18, West Hancock 37-32 and North Union 66-18. Their only loss was to the host Bulldogs 41-26. Versus the Indians, pin points were scored by Derek...
12/06/2017 - 12:51pm
The Eagle Grove varsity girls basketball team opened their season last Tuesday with a 68-17 road loss at Forest City. The Lady Eagles were still hanging in at just a 20-7 deficit after one quarter, only to see the Indians blow it open with a 19-0 second quarter to go up 39-7 at halftime. Natalie Vrba and Ari Lyman both netted four points to led...
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