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WEST CENTRAL CONFERENCE

Minnewaska dance team fares well

The Minnewaska dance team performed in the West Central Conference championships on Saturday in Montevideo.The Lakers had a great day as they placed second in both kick and jazz.

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Minnewaska dance team fares well

Girls Basketball Feature: The Montevideo Thunder Hawks enjoy an impressive start

Montevideo girls basketball coach Anthony Jackson communicates with his team during a West Central Conference game against BOLD on Jan. 29 at Montevideo High School. Joe Brown / West Central Tribune × MONTEVIDEO — The Montevideo girls basketball team is doing something it hasn’t done in decades: get off to a blistering start. In search of their first winning season since 2016-17, the Thunder Hawks have won five of six games to kick off 2021, including a 58-55 West Central Conference victory at Minnewaska

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Girls Basketball Feature: The Montevideo Thunder Hawks enjoy an impressive start

Pleasantville Splits Conference Doubleheader with I-35

Pleasantville’s basketball teams split a West Central Conference doubleheader Monday against Interstate-35. The girls came out on top 34-17, but the boys dropped their fifth game out of six losing 57-54. The Trojans girls put forth another fantastic defensive effort, allowing less than 20 points in their second consecutive game. Pleasantville also got another hot shooting night from Adi Adreon, who had 14 points including two three-pointers. Coach Jeff Cook tells KNIA Sports that Adreon’s confidence is helping

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Pleasantville Splits Conference Doubleheader with I-35

Pleasantville Splits Double Header at Woodward-Granger

The Pleasantville Trojans returned to action Tuesday night for a double header with West Central Conference foe Woodward-Granger, as heard on the KRLS3 stream at kniakrls.com. The result was a split as the Trojans girls came out on top 40-31, while the boys came up just short 56-51. The Trojan girls were led by Malorie McKinney’s 16 points, ten of which were in the fourth quarter. Adi Adreon scored six points, all of which happened in a 30 second span to close out the first half and open the second. That helped

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Pleasantville Splits Double Header at Woodward-Granger

Pleasantville’s Basketball Teams Hope for Better Offense and Teamwork

In 2021, Pleasantville will be hoping to get better offensive production from both teams as they try to get more wins this winter. The girls are heading into 2021 with a 3-5 record, with a 1-3 record in West Central Conference play. They are currently sixth in scoring at 38.5 points per game in conference play, six points per game fewer than the next team, Van Meter. Coach Jeff Cook tells KNIA Sports that he hopes to up the scoring from his team as they get ready for 2021. Even though they struggle to score,

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Pleasantville’s Basketball Teams Hope for Better Offense and Teamwork

Pleasantville’s Basketball Teams sit in Bottom Half of Conference Going Into Break

Both of Pleasantville’s basketball teams each have three wins in the first half of the season. The boys sit at 7th in the West Central Conference, while the girls sit at 8th. The boys have a record of 3-2 heading into the break, with a 1-2 record in West Central Conference play. They currently have one less win than Interstate 35 and one less loss than Madrid. Currently sitting at the top of the conference is Des Moines Christian, who is 6-0 in conference play with a 7-1 overall record. The Trojans lost to

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Pleasantville’s Basketball Teams sit in Bottom Half of Conference Going Into Break

Pleasantville Will Emphasize Offense When Returning

Pleasantville’s basketball teams, who are both off for holiday break, will look to emphasize improving their shooting when they return. The girls’ team currently stands at 3-5 on the season, failing to reach the 50 point mark this winter. Their season-high in points was back on December 1st when they put up 47 at Melcher-Dallas. Coach Jeff Cook tells KNIA Sports that his team needs more offensive production in order to be successful in 2021. As for the boys, they stand at 3-2 on the young season, but they

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Pleasantville Will Emphasize Offense When Returning

Season Recap For Area Volleyball & Football Teams

Brett Miller, KMRS/KKOK Sports Director The fall sports season for high school athletics came to an end on Friday, Oct. 20th at midnight due to COVID-19 protocols put in place by Governor Tim Walz. With the abrupt end to the season, football teams across the state scrambled to schedule section championship games while volleyball teams were left with an unfinished regular season, and no section champions being honored. Still, plenty of area teams were able to earn conference titles or had plenty of individual

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Season Recap For Area Volleyball & Football Teams

Plenty Of Success For Area Teams This Fall, With More To Come

Brett Miller, KMRS/KKOK Sports Director The fall sports season for high school teams in the Morris Area and surrounding communities has hit the home stretch as we approach November. Here is a quick recap and update to teams covered by KMRS/KKOK. GIRLS TENNIS In girls tennis the Minnewaska Area Lakers claimed the West Central Conference title with a 5-2 defeat of Montevideo. The Lakers had a runner-up finish to Osakis for the section 6A title. Morris Area/Chokio-Alberta/West Central Area finished third in the

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Plenty Of Success For Area Teams This Fall, With More To Come

Bombers ready to run at regionals

SCOTT HOLLAND Voice Sports Editor MACOMB – There may be no state tournament, but the Macomb boys and girls cross country team still have plenty to prove with the postseason they do have. The Bombers begin their postseason on Saturday when they travel to the Class 1A Liberty Regional. The girls run at 10 a.m. with the boys to follow. While there will be no state meet, there will be a sectional, so Macomb has plenty to run for as it hopes to extend its season to next Saturday’s Elmwood Sectional. ‘Advancement

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Bombers ready to run at regionals

Pleasantville Cross Country Competes in Conference Meet

It has been a long season for the Trojans, but a cool afternoon at Panorama Thursday was the stage of the 2020 West Central Conference meet. Hailee McCormick, who has finished 16th and 18th in the last two meets, split the difference with a 17th place finish against tough competition that includes five ranked teams. Emmie Kenyon was her usual self and wound up 32nd. As a team, the girls wound up sixth out of ten teams that scored. On the boys side, the high level of competition may have caught up to star runner

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Pleasantville Cross Country Competes in Conference Meet

Gators Take Third At WCC Meet With Revamped Lineup

Brett Miller, KMRS/KKOK Sports Director SWIMMING & DIVING West Central Conference Meet MORRIS – With the late announcement Friday evening that the half the Gator swim team will be quarantined. Coach Linda Hoffmann revamped their lineup and the team finished third in the conference for the sixth year in the row. “ We had some unfortunate events happen this past week illnesses and the quarantine but I was impressed with our team to refocus and pull together and still perform at a high level on Saturday. “We

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Gators Take Third At WCC Meet With Revamped Lineup

Monmouth-Roseville's Grant Says the Move to the TRAC Was a Long Process

/ pwsadmin / Comments Off on Monmouth-Roseville’s Grant Says the Move to the TRAC Was a Long Process Monmouth-Roseville High School’s recent shift from the West Central Conference to the Three Rivers Athletic Conference for all sports seemed like it happened overnight. In reality, the administration at Monmouth-Roseville has been working on finding a stable situation for its sports teams since 2012. That was around the time that there was an uneasiness among the West Central Conference’s athletic directors

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Monmouth-Roseville's Grant Says the Move to the TRAC Was a Long Process

Monmouth-Roseville Officially Accepts Invite Into the TRAC for All Sports

/ pwsadmin / Comments Off on Monmouth-Roseville Officially Accepts Invite Into the TRAC for All Sports In a special board meeting on Tueday night, the Monmouth-Roseville school board officially accepted an invitation to join the Three Rivers Athletic Conference, starting with the 2021-2022 school year. With Fulton High School leaving the TRAC, possibly as soon as next year, the Three Rivers Conference looked to fill the vacated spot as soon as possible. In March of 2016, Monmouth-Roseville joined the TRAC

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Monmouth-Roseville Officially Accepts Invite Into the TRAC for All Sports

TEEING IT UP

MACOMB - After successful regular seasons, the Macomb boys and girls golf programs turn their focus to the state of what will be an abbreviated postseason. As of now, no state tournament will be held, putting the attention of the Bombers on next week’s regional meet with the goal of getting the opportunity to play one last round at sectionals. The Macomb boys will be the first team to try to advance to sectionals, teeing regionals up at Monmouth’s Gibson Woods Golf Course on Tuesday. The Bombers have steamrolled

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TEEING IT UP

Area Boys Golf: Titans fifth in West Central Conference Meet

Thursday CAMP POINT – The Monmouth-Roseville boys golf team placed fifth out of 10 teams in the West Central Conference Meet on Wednesday. The Titans carded a 429 over 18 holes. Quincy Notre Dame won the title with a 334. Macomb was second with a 344, Illini West took third with a 377 and West Hancock was fourth with a 414. Liberty shot a 438 for sixth-place, Rushville-Industry was seventh with 454, Western took eighth with a 456, South Eastern finished ninth with 457 and Unity scored a 468 for 10th. Camp

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Area Boys Golf: Titans fifth in West Central Conference Meet

Tigers Receive No. 4 Seed In Sec. 6A Tournament, To Host Braves

Brett Miller, KMRS/KKOK Sports Director GIRLS TENNIS The Morris Area/Chokio-Alberta Tigers received the no. 4 seed for the section 6A postseason tournament. The Tigers (6-3) will host no. 5 Benson/KMS on Tuesday, Oct. 6th at 4:00 pm. It’ll be the second match between the two teams in six days with the first meeting on Thursday, Oct. 1 in the West Central Conference third place match. The Tigers on Tuesday lost to Minnewaska 7-0 in the West Central Conference semifinals and will host the Braves at 4:00 pm

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Tigers Receive No. 4 Seed In Sec. 6A Tournament, To Host Braves

High School Roundup: Minnewaska Lakers capture West Central Conference tournament title

MONTEVIDEO — In the opening dual of the season, Montevideo squeaked by Minnewaska at home. However, during the West Central Conference championship, the Lakers exacted a bit of revenge. Taking 3 of 4 singles matches and a pair of doubles matches, Minnewaska captured a 5-2 victory over the Thunder Hawks from Montevideo High School. Montevideo's Cami Myers lunges for a backhand groundstroke during her No. 2 singles match in Thursday's West Central Conference championship dual against Minnewaska from Montevideo

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High School Roundup: Minnewaska Lakers capture West Central Conference tournament title

Lakers Top Tigers In Conference Semifinals For Girls Tennis

Brett Miller, KMRS/KKOK Sports Director GIRLS TENNIS MORRIS – Due to the limited number of matches and current COVID-19 restrictions, the 2020 West Central Conference girls tennis tournament was broken into two brackets of four teams, with the top four seeds in one bracket, and seeds 5-8 in the other. Yellow Medicine East finished ninth in conference standings and missed the playoffs. Semifinals were played on Tuesday with high seed hosting. Championship, third, fifth, and seventh place matches will be played

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Lakers Top Tigers In Conference Semifinals For Girls Tennis

Lakers Top Tigers In Conference Semifinals For Girls Tennis

Brett Miller, KMRS/KKOK Sports Director GIRLS TENNIS MORRIS – Due to the limited number of matches and current COVID-19 restrictions, the 2020 West Central Conference girls tennis tournament was broken into two brackets of four teams, with the top four seeds in one bracket, and seeds 5-8 in the other. Yellow Medicine East finished ninth in conference standings and missed the playoffs. Semifinals were played on Tuesday with high seed hosting. Championship, third, fifth, and seventh place matches will be played

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Lakers Top Tigers In Conference Semifinals For Girls Tennis