The Lynnville-Sully girls basketball team knew they had a tough match-up facing the Iowa Valley Tigers at Marengo on Monday, Jan. 13. The Hawks entered the game with an 11-1 record, with their only loss being to the Tigers earlier in the season. The Tigers had an 8-1 record coming into the game, with their...Read more
The first game of the new year was a nail-biter for fans, coaches, and players alike, and unfortunately for the Hawks, ended as a heartbreaker. The L-S boys faced BGM in an SICL Conference game at Brooklyn on Friday, Jan. 3, falling 46-41. The Hawks took an early 5-0 lead, but the Bears came back tied...Read more
A milestone win on the wrestling mat for Lynnville-Sully senior Caden Doll couldn’t have come at a better time. Wrestling in one of the last home meets of his high school career on Thursday, Dec. 12, the two-time state qualifier brought the hometown crowd to its feet when he captured his 100th career win as...Read more
L-S grapplers go 1-1 at season opener versus Sigourney, Pekin The Lynnville-Sully wrestlers jumped headfirst into the 2013-14 season with a busy first week of competitions. The boys opened the season at Pekin on Tuesday, Dec. 3, going 1-1 as a team in the double dual meet with four Hawks earning two wins each individually.
Photo: Don Long donated $18,000 to the new track at L-S. He owns the Searsboro, Lynnville, and Killduff telephone companies. Lynnville-Sully has a rich history of producing successful track and field athletes. Individual and team performances at the state level, district championships, meet record holders – L-S tracksters are fast, strong, and determined. Despite training on...Read more