Lynnville-Sully’s and Pella Christian’s boys basketball teams continue on their hunt for a ticket to the Iowa High School Athletic Association’s state basketball tournament. The L-S Hawks defeated Lamoni, 76-16, Feb. 12, and Southeast Warren, 67-54, Feb. 15, as they check off opponents in Class 1A’s District 7 postseason play. L-S, under head coach Nick...Read more
Senior Mitchell Miller lifts up for two of his 17 points against Southeast Warren. L-S won, 67-54. The Hawks persevered through a slow start to down the Southeast Warren Warhawks. The L-S boys basketball program continues its quest for a state tournament berth.Read more
Southeast WarrenThe Hawks were met with a fiery Southeast Warren team...
Alaina Roberts protects the ball against an Iowa Valley reach. Roberts finished the game with four rebounds and two steals. Lynnville-Sully’s girls basketball team cruised past its first opponent in postseason play, and then saw its season come to a disappointing end with a one-point loss to Danville on Friday, Feb. 16. The Hawks end...Read more
The Hawks' full-court press spells trouble for the Lamoni Demons Monday night. Corder Noun Harder (10), and Lucas Sieck (2) had seven and six steals, respectively. Also shown is Klayton Van Dyke (24) and Dawson James. Lynnville-Sully’s boys basketball team finished the regular season strong, beating Class 2A’s Eddyville-Blakesburg-Fremont. The Hawks next set their sights on...Read more
Tough competition made it difficult to send any Lynnville-Sully wrestlers on to the state meet from the district meet at Interstate 35 on Saturday, Feb. 10. Several L-S grapplers faced their division champions early in their brackets. At 120 pounds, sophomore Hunter Van Wyk won his first match over Ethan Mundy from I-35 in a pin...Read more
Lynnville-Sully’s boys basket-ball team added three more wins in the past week of play that wrapped up SICL Conference games. L-S cruised past BGM, persevered against the Plainsmen, and fought off a third-quarter run by the Baxter Bolts to improve to 19-1 on the season. Now, the seventh-ranked Hawks in Class 1A turn their focus...Read more
The 18-3 Lynnville-Sully girls basketball team wrapped up a stellar regular season, which included a share of the SICL Conference Title, a first since the 2016-17 season. Now, the Hawks have their sights on making a lengthy run in the postseason and check off another goal – a trip to the Class 1A state tournament. BGM A...Read more