Tuesday, September 17, 2019
Advertisement
Home Sports Pella

Pella

Second-quarter explosion carries Central to football win

  PELLA— With darkening skies looming, there were concerns about lightning Saturday.             But it was the Central College offense that lit up the skies in...

Narrow women’s tennis defeat for Dutch

  CEDAR RAPIDS— In a match that came down to the final individual point, the Central College women’s tennis team lost 5-4 Saturday afternoon.             The...

Dutch win extend volleyball winning streak to five

  GALESBURG, ILLINOIS— Finishing the Knox Invitational unbeaten, the Central College volleyball team defeated Anderson University (Ind.) 3-0 and Knox College (Ill.) 3-1 on...

Central women’s soccer team rebounds for victory

 PELLA— Following two tough losses, the Central College women’s soccer team got back in the win column with a 3-0 victory over Concordia University...

Historic start to Dutch men’s soccer season

PETER, MINN.— With Sunday’s 4-3 victory at Gustavus Adolphus College (Minn.), the Central College men’s soccer team has started the season 7-0 for the...

Opsal leads Central women in Illinois golf tourney

  NORMAL, ILL.—Emily Opsal (senior, Wis.) grinded out a competitive finish in an otherwise disappointing afternoon for the Central College women’s golf team Sunday at the...

Dutch are ready for Norwalk

The 2-0 Pella High Little Dutch will host perennial challenging rival Norwalk Warriors tonight at 7:30 p.m. In the latest Iowa high school football rankings,...

Norwalk bests Eagles

The Pella Christian Eagle volleyball team is 4-5 on the season, following a 0-3 loss to Norwalk Tuesday night. The Warriors were able to...

Indianola outlasts Pella netters

It was another tight game for the Pella High Lady Dutch volleyball team, but sadly Indianola was too much for them to overcome in...

Another out-of-state football foe travels to Central

article courtesy of Central Sports Information PELLA—It’s a season opener for the second week in a row as the Central College football team must prepare...

Must Read

Jasper Street paving should begin Monday

Approximately 3,100 feet of Jasper Street, through Jefferson, is expected to be paved in Pleasantville next week. A payment for the progress of the...

Quick meeting for Knoxville City Council

The Knoxville City Council approved a new retainer agreement with 571 Polson Developments to maintain the company's advisory role regarding the future of the...

Entrepreneurs bring new activities to Pella

Paddleboarding and axe throwing may not be the first things that come to your mind when someone mentions Pella, but some day they might...