Category Archives: Sports

Hawks battle extreme heat, tough competition

Lynnville-Sully’s Brooke Conover (behind runner 294), Kinsley Tice, Corrina Rozendaal, and Kendra Fikse fight for position in a pack of runners. The Hawks have two big meets coming up – the Oct. 12 SICL Conference meet and the state-qualifying meet on Oct. 21.   Lynnville-Sully runners cranked up the effort to match the upper-80-degree heat wave at...
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Smock, Gruver pace Hawks at Eddyville Invitational

James Gruver, L-S junior on the far right, stands with other top-10 finishers at the Eddyville Invitational on Sept. 21. Gruver crossed the finish line in 18:18 for sixth place. Photos by Christine Morningstar and Darin Arkema.   The Hawks experienced a slower week in the schedule, but the times they put forth on Tuesday, Sept. 21, at...
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Defining night for L-S football as they improve to 4-1

History was made within the L-S football program on Friday, Sept. 24, when they defeated the Madrid Tigers, 21-14. The Hawks had never beat the Tigers in all previous meetings, and on Friday, L-S came out determined and changed the course of history with a hard-fought victory on the Hawks’ senior night. The Hawks won the...
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Hawk netters add another win with five-set victory against BGM

Senior Lily Zylstra reaches high to send one of her nine kills across the court against BGM. Teammates Alexy Conover and Natalie Roberts (32) are in block coverage.  Coming off a streak of losses, the Lynnville-Sully Hawks were able to celebrate a victorious win against BGM on Thursday, Sept. 23. It was a close match that...
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Hawks host meet at DTGC

The Hawks’ Brooke Conover and Callista Hackert fight for position in the girls race at the Hawks’ home meet. Warmer temperatures and difficult hills on Diamond Trail Golf Course made the meet a challenge. Conover and Hackert finished in 48th and 42nd places, respectively.   Lynnville-Sully cross-country runners had the edge on Thursday, Sept. 16, when they...
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Lynnville Chamber hosts Glow Ball tourney

The Diamond Trail Golf Course was lit up on Saturday night, Sept. 18, for the Lynnville Chamber’s Glow Ball Golf Event. The one-of-a-kind experience raised approximately $1,000 for the Lynnville Chamber. Shown are the top three teams: Barry and Linda Beyer took third place with a 39; Kate and Nick Beyer were the 2021 champs with...
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