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William Penn University men's soccer tied Mount Mercy 1-1 in double overtime on Saturday night at Lacey. The Statesmen will take on this same Mount Mercy squad next Sunday at Lacey in the MCC Quarterfinals.
The Indians (1-7) fell 49-13 to the Panthers (4-4) on Friday night at Lacey. Oskaloosa is mathematically eliminated from playoff aspirations.
William Penn University's women's soccer squad continued its streak of positive results on Wednesday.
The William Penn women's soccer squad earned a positive result this week as it took on its bitter rival, Grand View. The Lady Statesmen were coming off an 8-0 loss to Missouri Valley.
The William Penn University women's soccer squad (7-7-3) routed Mount Mercy (8-7-1) 3-0 on Saturday at Lacey. The Statesmen will now take on Grand View at home in the MCC Quarterfinals.
Oskaloosa (1-6) visited Norwalk (4-3) this past week looking to end a two-game skid. But the Indians never got going and fell 38-13, thanks in large part to the Warriors’ air attack.
What do you believe in? That’s the message Head Coach Mike Sterner delivered after seeing his team fall behind 28-0 at halftime last Friday at Grinnell.
The OHS football squad is trying to stay alive in the hunt for the playoffs. Five weeks into the season, the Indians are 1-4 and 1-2 in district play.
William Penn looked prime to get a big win over Saint Ambrose. But the Fighting Bees had something to say.
The William Penn University men's soccer squad (6-6) fell 2-1 to Culver-Stockton (7-4) on Wednesday night at Lacey.
The William Penn men's soccer team also took on its rival Grand View on Wednesday night. But the Statesmen had a slightly different result as they could not keep the Viking attack in check.
The Oskaloosa Indians (1-4) fell short in its comeback bid attempt against Chariton (4-1) on Friday night.