Category Archives: Sports

Fall Sports Salute

Memorable volleyball season for L-S netters Lynnville-Sully’s volleyball team finished its 2022 season with a 7-26 overall record and 2-8 conference record. “We had a great group of girls this season and it’s encouraging, but not always easy, to watch the program develop,” said head coach Kyra Smith. From the start of practice on Aug. 8 to...
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L-S Winter Sports Preview

Tough season-opener loss for girls basketball against state-ranked E-B-F The Lynnville-Sully girls basket-ball team kicked off the regular season by traveling to Class 2A’s sixth-ranked Eddyville-Blakesburg-Fremont on Friday, Nov. 18. The state-ranked Rockets were too much for the Hawks, whose slow start caused trouble early. The Hawks fell in their season debut, 60-44. The Hawks were only...
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Hawks’ semifinals comeback falls just short at the Dome

Lynnville-Sully’s first trip back to the UNI Dome since 1986 is a memorable one as the Hawks clawed their way back from a 14-0 deficit and tied it up, 14-14, going into the fourth quarter Resilient. Tenacious. Battle-tested and proven - all words to describe the players and coaches of the Lynnville-Sully football team that put forth...
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Lynnville-Sully Hawks are heading to the Dome

The Lynnville-Sully Hawks celebrate a fumble recovery in their Class A quarterfinals victory in Sully on Friday night, Nov. 4. The Hawks shut out AHSTW, 20-0, to advance to the Dome – a feat that hasn’t happened since 1986. Rain fell all day and night, making game-time conditions less than ideal, but Hawk players, coaches, and...
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L-S volleyball players earn SICL All-Conference recognition

The South Iowa Cedar League recently released 2022 volleyball all-conference awards, and two Lynnville-Sully players were recognized for their efforts this season. Senior Abby Squires, a middle hitter for the Hawks, received honorable mention. Squires led the team in blocks and tallied 83 kills on the season. She finished her senior season with a serving percentage...
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PC Football team falls in quarterfinals 

Trevor Veenstra registered the third-most tackles on the team against the Underwood Eagles. Veenstra had 6.5 tackles with one of those being for a loss. Veenstra punted the ball twice in the contest for a total of 57 yards.  Costly turnovers, including a pick-six in the fourth quarter, doomed the Pella Christian Eagles in the Class...
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L-S Cross-Country wraps up fantastic season at state

Photo: Gruver races to the awards deck, Smock finishes in the top 20, and Norrish and Morningstar both claim 57th place Four Lynnville-Sully Cross-Country runners raced at the state cross-country meet at Kennedy Park in Fort Dodge on Friday, Oct. 28. Seniors Greenlee Smock, James Gruver, Zach Morningstar, and sophomore Olivia Norrish traveled to the event...
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