Sports

04/03/2019 - 2:52pm
Belle Plaine - Keota traveled to Belle Plaine on March 26 for their first outdoor track meet of the season. While there, they earned several points with veterans Jill Schulte and Paige Thompson leading the way. Despite the Lady Eagles only competing in four events, they had positive results and placed in all four. Thompson ran in the 3000m run, running the third-fastest time of 13:34.57, then...
02/21/2019 - 4:50pm
The Keota boys’ basketball team had their season end on February 14 when they traveled down to Burlington to take on the Burlington Notre Dame Nikes. An early deficit proved difficult to come back from and the Nikes pulled away late to hand Keota a 92-66 loss. The Nikes put up big numbers throughout the game, as did Keota, just not as much...
02/21/2019 - 4:47pm
Mason Dye was the lone wrestler wearing a Sigourney singlet at the State wrestling tournament in Des Moines which began February 14 and wrapped up February 16. He came in with one goal in mind, finish atop the podium. He was on his way to achieving that accomplishment before getting derailed in the semifinal round, then bounced back to win one of...
02/06/2019 - 3:33pm
The Keota girls’ basketball team picked up a rare Homecoming win on February 1 when they hosted the Lady Dees from Albia. Keota started out slow but then got some consistent rhythm flowing en route to their 49-26 rout of the Lady Dees. Keota was cold in the opening quarter, missing a few threes and became more hesitant to take many more....
02/06/2019 - 3:24pm
Most nights, scoring 70 points would guarantee a win but that wasn’t the case on February 1 when they lost to Albia 91-70 in a delayed Homecoming game. Keota remained in the game through the first half but a strong second half by the Demons proved to be the difference. JD Stout got his night rolling and carried the Eagles through the first...
02/06/2019 - 3:15pm
Seven teams gathered for Sectional competition on February 2, including Sigourney as the host school with hopes of advancing several wrestlers to the following weekend. Behind the back from their home fans, the Savages were able to advance Mason Dye and Trent Hendricks to Districts, one step away from making it to the State tournament. Sigourney...
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