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Hawk Homecoming kicks off Monday

Hawk pride will fly high Sept. 25-29 as Lynnville-Sully celebrates Homecoming with the theme “Stop the Raid.” Activities fans may want to keep on their radar include powderpuff volleyball on Tuesday, powderpuff football on Wednesday, Coronation on Thursday at 7 p.m., and the Homecoming parade featuring all K-12 students around the Sully square on Friday...
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Vander Molen publishes his story in ‘The Quad Life’

By Margaret Vander Weerdt Joel Vander Molen, 41, a quadriplegic (he shortens to quad) from Pella, has published a book “The Quad Life” sharing his life story with others to provide encouragement and inspiration that every life can be useful. At the age of three in 1985, Vander Molen was involved in a motor vehicle accident and...
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‘Have a seat at my table’ By Cathryn Dunsbergen

Hello! The air is cooling off (perfect for fires), football is on the television (extra naps and great snacks), and warm coffee is back in my cup (brown sugar + cinnamon is my favorite). I will say that I’m not an avid football fan or am glued to the TV when it is on, BUT I...
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L-S School board holds September meeting

The Lynnville-Sully Board of Education met in regular session on Monday, Sept. 18 in the high school library. President Tammy Vos called the meeting to order with board members Dave Foster, Amanda Jones, Jer Schnell, and Gerry Van Dyke present. Others in attendance were superintendent Matt Dunsbergen, board secretary Karla Vos, preK-8 Principal Teri Bowlin,...
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Hawk volleyball claims first in pool play at NM, fights errors on Pink Out night

Varsity volleyball teammates stand for "The Star-Spangled Banner" on Pink Night out against Montezuma. All players wore pink shirts and contributed to the freewill donation bake sale where proceeds will be given to a local family fighting cancer. Players shown from left are Jakeira Hay, Abby Roberts, Natalie Roberts, Tatum Huyser, Kate Harthoorn, Selah Schnell,...
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Ranked Madrid hands L-S first District loss since 2020

Terran Gosselink, #86 on the far right, catches soars above the line as he attempts to block Madrid’s point-after field goal. Both teams went into the game undefeated and battled in what remained a one-possession game most of the night. Unfortunately, the Hawks fell short and suffered their first district loss since 2020. Hawks shown...
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