Sports

01/17/2019 - 1:13pm
The Keota boys’ basketball team was able to overcome a sluggish start in which they trailed early but ended up cruising by the HLV Warriors on January 8. After falling behind, the Eagles dominated the final three quarters to win it 69-28. The Warriors were able to work the ball down low to one of their more experienced players and got out to a quick start by running the court and getting...
12/06/2018 - 5:03pm
Since their loss to Sigourney just a few days prior, the Eagles’ offense has caught fire. They were stymied to under 50 points in the loss but bounced back to score 86 against Lone Tree and put up 71 against Tri-County on November 30, closing out week one on a high. A big part of their offensive explosion resides in their ability to shoot...
12/06/2018 - 5:01pm
The Sigourney-Keota Savages kicked off their wrestling season on November 29 by hosting Montezuma, Baxter, Cardinal and Waco in a duals meet. The Savages, backed by their home crowd, came away with three wins and one loss, which included some convincing individual victories. SK was able to just do enough in their first dual when they faced Baxter...
11/21/2018 - 11:23am
Several boys from the Sigourney- Keota football team found themselves nominated to either the First or Second-Team All-District for their efforts on the field this past season, with a few others named as honorable mentions. Mac Conrad: Nominated as First-Team for one of the best five offensive linemen in the District, Conrad helped open holes for...
11/08/2018 - 12:00pm
JD Stout has been one of the top players on the Keota Eagle’s basketball team ever since he stepped foot on the court. He played on the varsity squad his first two years and has continued to gain more attention as each season goes by. Heading into his junior year, JD has been chosen as a Preseason Player of the Year, ranking as one of the...
11/08/2018 - 11:59am
In her second year with the program, Paige Thompson was named a Second-Team All-Conference runner after her placement at the SICL meet. Thompson led the Lady Eagles throughout the season, finishing in the top-10 and top-15 several times along the way. She finished ninth at the Conference Meet in early October, running a time of 22:36.3. Read the...
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