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Oskaloosa went into Friday night’s game searching for its first win of the year, looking to avenge last year’s 35-7 loss to Pella. But unfortunately for the Indians, things went wrong early and often.
The William Penn University women's soccer squad (3-3) fell to Hannibal-LaGrange (1-3) 1-0 on Wednesday afternoon at Lacey.
The William Penn University women's soccer squad defeated Briar Cliff 2-1 on Friday, and then took down Calumet-St. Joseph in overtime 3-2 on Sunday to claim the William Penn Classic title.
The William Penn University men's soccer squad rallied from a 1-0 deficit to take Central Methodist University, 2-1, in its season opener on Tuesday night.
The OHS football squad (0-3) fell to Pella 61-6 (3-0) at Lacey on Friday night.
Two weeks. Two losses. It’s safe to say the Indians (0-2) have not gotten off to an ideal start.
The Indians football squad did not start off its 2014 campaign on the right foot.
Summer's ending, school has started, and that can only mean one thing: football is back. The Indians kick-off their season on Friday on the road against Winterset, a team they beat last year, 56-37.
The Oskaloosa High School cross county squads wrapped up their meet at the Grinnell Invitational this past week. The OHS varsity boys placed fifth, while the OHS varsity girls squad finished sixth out of 10 squads.
The William Penn University men’s soccer squad is off to the best start in program history.
The William Penn University women's soccer squad came up short in its comeback bid, as Penn fell 3-2 to Central Methodist University (2-0) on Tuesday night in its season opener.
Despite blowing an eight-point lead late in regulation, William Penn University (23-9) survives and hangs on for a 118-116 double overtime win over Dordt College (28-6).