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Forest City Baseball sweeps Eagle Grove, Softball team falls in pair of games

SPORTS NEWS JUNE 23 2015 The Forest City baseball team swept a pair of games from Eagle Grove in North Iowa Conference action Monday night. In games heard here on KIOW, Forest City won 9-5 in the opener, and 14-1 in the nightcap.  Forest City is now 15-9 overall, and hosts conference leader Newman Catholic

Indians split at Osage, West Hancock softball sunk by 5th inning at North Iowa

SPORTS NEWS JUNE 18 2015 The Forest City Baseball team picked up another North Iowa Conference win Wednesday night, defeating Osage 15-6 in conference play. The Indians avenged a loss from the first week of the season, with Tanner Thompson getting 4 hits and 5 RBI, while Mitch Lambert added 4 hits and 3 RBI,

Iowa High School Athletic Association releases district pairings in Classes 1A and 2A

The Iowa High School Athletic Association announced the districts for Classes 2A and 1A. In Class 2A, District 4, the Forest City Indians will be competing with Clear Lake, Garner-Hayfield/Ventura, Lake Mills, Central Springs, and West Fork.  The winner of District 4 will play the winner of District 3 for a state tournament berth. In

Tuesday Baseball and Softball Scores

SPORTS NEWS JUNE 17 2015 Other Tuesday Baseball scores: Clarion-Goldfield-Dows 12, West Hancock 4 Lake Mills 13, Osage 1 Lake Mills 2, Osage 1 Algona 6, Garner-Hayfield/Ventura 1 Bishop Garrigan 12, Central Springs 8 West Fork 14, Rockford 4 5 innings Mason City 1, Charles City 0   Tuesday Softball scores: Iowa Falls-Alden 10, Forest

Forest City baseball sweeps Belmond-Klemme, Broncos sweep Indians in softball

SPORTS NEWS JUNE 16 2015 The Forest City Baseball team swept a pair of games from Belmond-Klemme Monday night in Forest City. In games heard on KIOW, the Indians won 13-1 and 11-4.  In game 1, Colton Shipman tossed a 6 hitter, striking out 4. Dan Happel had 3 hits, while Mitch Lambert drove in

IHSAA reduces football playoffs to 16 teams per class, starting in 2016

The Iowa High School Athletic Association’s Board of Control has voted to adopt a nine game regular season schedule and 16-team qualifier field for all football classes in the playoffs starting in 2016. The change means a reduction from 32 teams who currently qualify for the postseason in each class. The schedules for this fall

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