Sports

05/25/2018 - 1:11pm
Keota was expected to at least qualify for one event at the State meet. They were well on their way with top-five finishes throughout most of the season in the 800m run, distance medley relay and 4x200m relay. Of those three events, two of them were able to continue competing past Districts.     On May 10, the Keota boys track team successfully qualified to make State with their...
05/10/2017 - 8:40am
MARENGO- The Keota Eagles boys track team fought valiantly against all of the SICL but found themselves in ninth place at the end of the day with 23 team points. Lynnville-Sully won things on the boys side, while Belle Plaine, Montezuma, Sigourney and North Mahaska rounded out the top five on Tuesday, May 2 at Iowa Valley High School for the SICL...
05/03/2017 - 2:11pm
SULLY- Both Keota boys and girls golf teams went to play against Lynnville-Sully on Thursday, April 27. The ladies only sent two golfers, both golfed very well as Jolee Walker shot a very good 56 and Lauren Imhoff shot a 68. The girls did not have enough competitors to score four scores so they had to forfeit the match, but they still golfed very...
05/03/2017 - 2:09pm
EDDYVILLE- The Keota boys ran well at EBF Tuesday, April 25 when they participated in the Rocket Relays, taking fifth place with 66 total team points. Lynnville-Sully won with 159 points, while Sigourney, BGM and Ottumwa finished in that order ahead of the Eagles. Keota defeated Tri-County, Moulten-Udell and English Valleys.    ...
05/03/2017 - 2:07pm
MONROE- Keota’s boys track team took fifth place with 80 total points on Thursday, April 27 at the PCM H.S. Boys Track Classic on the Class B side of things. Lynnville-Sully won on the day with 177 points, while Colfax-Mingo took second and Sigourney third. Wayne finished 28 points ahead of Keota for fourth. The Eagles did top Melcher-Dallas...
04/25/2017 - 10:44pm
BROOKLYN- On Friday, April 21 the Keota Lady Eagles went to work at the Bear Classic Relays held at BGM High School. Just a few short days removed from the boys taking third, the girls finished seventh in the Class A Female Division. The girls topped Twin Cedars, to notch at least one opponent for the second straight meet. Keota scored 16 total...
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