Sports

03/20/2019 - 11:02am
Going from the high school level to the ranks of collegiate athletics is an accomplishment for any senior. When a senior knows that they are not alone in taking their talents to a college campus, it’s something special, even if they are going to different spaces of higher education. That was what happened for South Central Calhoun senior track & field athletes Mason Merkley, Josh Van...
03/06/2019 - 11:16am
The 2018-19 season has been a stellar one for the South Central Calhoun boys’ basketball team. Along with a Twin Lakes Conference championship and a District final appearance, the Titans have plenty of more awards to receive before the end of the winter season. Among those accolades is SCC head boys’ basketball coach Clive Clark being...
03/06/2019 - 11:14am
The tradition of excellence within the South Central Calhoun football program continues, and senior lineman Jacob Schrage is the latest in the line of Titan football players to hone his craft on the college stage. Schrage will compete at the next level, committing to play football for Grand View University in a signing ceremony held last Wednesday...
02/27/2019 - 11:01am
With time dwindling away, the South Central Calhoun boys’ basketball team trailed Madrid, 71-69. Following an inbounds pass from junior guard Landon Schleisman, the Titans searched for an open look before settling with senior point guard Matthew Clark near the top of the key with five seconds to go. Clark, a reliable sharpshooter all...
02/27/2019 - 11:00am
Even though basketball season is over for the South Central Calhoun girls’ basketball team, there are still plenty of accolades to be acquired. Senior point guard Maddie Jones and SCC head girls’ basketball coach Eric Francis were recognized as members of the Class 2A Southwest All-District team, announced last Wednesday by the Iowa...
02/20/2019 - 11:32am
Brotherhood is spoken of quite frequently in the realm of sports. Teammates often refer to one another as brothers, battling through shared experiences and adversity wherever their sport of choice places them. Those who go through these programs often share the bond of brotherhood, through representation of their town, area or institution. It can...
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