The first game of the 2014 girls state basketball tournament was a battle to the end, and the Lynnville-Sully girls gave the Colo-Nesco Royals a true run for the money. But in the end, L-S came up short, 38-34, on Monday, Mar. 3, cutting short the girls’ dream of a state championship.
To view the winter sports salute in its entirety, click here. Five seniors guide girls to state Hopes were high for the Lynnville-Sully girls basketball team heading into the 2013-14 season, and the Hawks didn’t disappoint, qualifying for the state tournament for the third time in four years. The girls were senior-less last year, which meant...Read more
The Lynnville-Sully boys basketball team had a strong first half in the Class 1A District 11 semifinal game in Pleasantville on Tuesday, Feb. 25, against the Martensdale-St. Marys Blue Devils.The Hawks took an early 3-0 lead with a free throw... Read more
Four years of improving as a high school wrestler climaxed for Caden Doll where all wrestlers set their dreams: At the state tournament. For the Lynnville-Sully senior, the journey at state was a roller-coaster experience that ended with the 160-pound wrestler on the podium in seventh place.Read more
The Lynnville-Sully girls faced conference foe English Valleys in the Class 1A Region 5 Girls Tournament final at Pella Christian on Monday, Feb. 24, in front of a full house of fans. The Hawks knew exactly what they were up against, defeating EV twice this season by a narrow margin each time, 41-38 and 42-38....Read more
The Lynnville-Sully boys had a bye in the first round of Class 1A District 11 boys tournament play and took to the court in a rescheduled game due to weather at Pleasantville on Saturday, Feb. 22. The L-S Hawks faced the Woodward-Granger Hawks (1-22) and dominated the entire game, recording a 63-27 victory. [caption id="attachment_3067" align="alignright"...Read more
Playing in their fourth game in six days, the Lynnville-Sully varsity boys were a tired team when they defeated Tri-County 48-32 on the road Tuesday, Feb. 11. The Hawks jumped out to a 10-4 first-quarter lead and remained ahead the rest of the game. “It wasn't always pretty tonight, but the guys kept working,” said L-S...Read more