Sports

04/18/2019 - 1:55pm
Exhausted from competing in what would be his final match with Central Empire Wrestling on Saturday, April 6, Tony Eveland, better known as The Storm to CEW fans, sat in the ring and addressed the crowd.  To the dismay of the fans, Eveland proclaimed that he was a man of his word, and since he couldn’t defeat Shawn Nautilus for the CEW Championship, he would be walking away from the...
04/11/2019 - 10:48am
North Mahaska’s junior high track teams hosted  the Warhawk Relays Friday under warm temperatures and sunny skies. The meet was in stark contrast the high school meet on the same track with cloudy skies, cool temperatures and wind. The North Mahaska boys placed sixth and the girls seventh in the eight-team meet. The boys scored 68...
04/04/2019 - 9:44am
There will be a familiar face on the sideline when North Mahaska takes to the field on Aug. 30 to face North Tama as the football season begins. Phil Griffin will lead the Warhawks as the new head football coach. Griffin is the third head coach to lead the program in three years, but has worked as a junior high coach and his familiarity with most...
04/04/2019 - 9:29am
The track season is underway and track coaches are looking to see which of their personnel to place in which events. North Mahaska’s Steve Ehret is among those taking stock of this year’s team. He got a good look Monday at the annual Ruritan Relays at Pekin. North Mahaska placed seventh in the 10-team meet accumulating 41 points. Host...
04/04/2019 - 9:22am
The first outdoor track meet of the season for the North Mahaska girls was successful. The Warhawks placed second at Belle Plaine trailing Lone Tree by six points. Lone Tree won with 120 points and North Mahaska finished with 114. English Valleys was third with 106. For the full story, see this week's Sun. Subscribe by calling 1-800-558-...
03/07/2019 - 4:04pm
Many times a loss at the state girl’s basketball tournament results in tears shed and hopes dashed. On the other side of the coin is elation and smiles all around. It may not have been clear in talking with the North Mahaska basketball team. North Mahaska faced No. 2 West Hancock in the opening game of the tournament, but fell 67-54. It...
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