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Linn-Mar High School - Marion, Iowa

Linn-Mar matmen go 5-0 at Estherville

ESTHERVILLE -- The Linn-Mar Lions won all five of their matches at the Estherville wrestling tournament Saturday.

The Lions beat Forest City 34-17, Blue Earth (Minn.) 40-24, Spirit Lake Park 49-21, Estherville 56-12 and Sioux City Heelan 64-15.

Josh Pederson (140), A.J. Garcia (215/285) and Joel Northrup (112) all went 5-0 for Linn-Mar. Pederson collected three pins, Garcia had two pins, while Northrup had a pin and a technical fall.

Ross Lembeck (135) finished 4-0 with two pins and a technical fall. Tanner Regenwether (145) and Jeremy Severin (130) both went 4-1. Regenwether collected three pins and a major decision, while Severin had two pins and a major decision.


Last Updated on Sunday, 16 January 2011 14:04

Lion boys cagers creating memorable moments

LA CROSSE, Wis. -- The Linn-Mar Lions hope their path to the Class 4A state championship in Iowa runs through Minnesota and Wisconsin.

Coach Chris Robertson and the top-ranked Lions drubbed Apple Valley (Minn.) in Minneapolis last weekend, then hopped on the bus again Saturday and clipped Madison Memorial (Wis.) in La Crosse.

Last Updated on Friday, 21 January 2011 01:18



Bloom takes 50 free for Linn-Mar swimmers

CEDAR FALLS -- Drew Bloom won the 50 yard freestyle in 22.85 seconds for Linn-Mar Tuesday in a Mississippi Valley Conference meet.

Top-ranked Cedar Falls captured 10 of 11 events and dominated the meet, 124-46.

Last Updated on Friday, 21 January 2011 01:17



New field, new dreams for Lions

When planners of a sweeping update of Linn-Mar High School’s athletics complex took the first steps in that process, the athletes who will be using those facilities had not yet taken theirs. Some of them were not even born.

"I was the principal for 12 years and this project has been on the table for at least 15 years," said Jerry Van Dyke, who has remained closely involved with the high school in retirement as the coordinator/adviser on the project, which will be ready for use this Spring.

The need for action was obvious, especially during the rainy season. Venerable Armstrong Field, home to the Lions for half a century, is in the Indian Creek flood plain. As more and more land was developed, more and more water ended up where it shouldn’t have been.

Last Updated on Sunday, 02 January 2011 21:05



Baseball moms go the distance to showcase sons

FORT MYERS, Fla – There are undoubtably thousands of “baseball moms” scattered all across the country. These are the women who go the extra mile to make sure their sons stay involved with baseball and continue to share the same passion they have for the game.

In the cases of Melissa Stickney and Paula Greve, it’s an extra 1,400 miles.

The two moms from east-central Iowa were in southwest Florida last week with their sons Mitch Stickney and Nathan Greve for the Perfect Game National Underclass Showcase-Main Event at the Boston Red Sox 5-Plex Player Development Complex and Terry Park.

Last Updated on Friday, 07 January 2011 00:07



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