Category Archives: Sports

L-S girls pick up pair of SICL wins, fall to Van Buren         

The Lynnville-Sully girls picked up a couple of conference victories last week but came up short in a Saturday showdown with Van Buren. BGM On Tuesday, Dec. 11, the L-S girls traveled to Brooklyn to play the BGM Bears. The Hawks defeated the Bears 52-32, advancing to 7-1 overall and 5-1 in the conference. The early minutes were...
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Hawk boys escape Colfax-Mingo, soar past HLV      

The Lynnville-Sully boys basketball team had to battle hard on the road last Tuesday, Dec. 4. Facing the Tigerhawks of Colfax-Mingo, L-S returned home with a 78-72 win. The two teams were closely matched in most statistical categories with the exception of two: Turnovers and steals.  The Hawks had 11 steals compared to Colfax-Mingo’s five,...
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Only four Hawks wrestle at Saydel

A tournament at Saydel High School put the Lynnville-Sully wrestlers to the test on Saturday, Dec. 8. The team had only four out of 11 boys wrestle in the tournament due to injuries and overlapping weights. The day was a challenge for the team as many competitors were from 2A or 3A schools. The four boys...
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No. 7-ranked L-S girls grab two conference wins    

The L-S girls basketball team picked up a couple of conference wins in the past week of action. On Tuesday, Dec. 4, the girls were on the road at Colfax-Mingo and won, 65-45. L-S shot 72 percent from the free-throw line and 33 percent from the field. The Hawks got off to a rough start when...
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Hawk boys drop opener, follow up with two wins   

The L-S basketball boys—defending SICL champs—dropped their first game of the 2018-19 season to the projected conference title favorite last Tuesday. The Hawks were on the road at Montezuma and lost 72-36. L-S started off slow in the first quarter and fell behind 23-11. They couldn't correct their mistakes, causing Montezuma’s lead to widen to 38-17. The...
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L-S falls to No. 2 Montezuma, upsets No. 4 NM

The L-S girls basketball team traveled to No. 2-ranked Montezuma on Tuesday, Nov. 27. The Hawks fell short, 69-35, to the Bravettes. Incredibly, Montezuma made 13 of 27 (48 percent) from behind the three-point line, with eight of those coming from the Bravettes’ top shooter Elise Boulton. As a team, L-S shot 32 percent from the...
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