- Three earn academic honors The Pella High Little Dutch varsity football team had three players get recognized off the 2013 squad for work they accomplished in the classroom. Nathan Clayberg, Greg Frommelt and Cody?De Kruyff all earned academic all-state recognition by the Iowa
- Good start for Pella High Little Dutch Pella High enters the 2014 portion of their varsity basketball schedule with a record of 5-2 overall and a 1-2 mark in the Little Hawkeye Conference. Coach?Mark Core's Dutch squad have lost to a pair of teams that played at the state tournament in De
Video: Dutch fall to Washington, 28-0
The Pella High Little Dutch's outstanding football season came to a close Friday night, with a 28-0 loss to Washington.
- Korver in 11th year with a NBA team OMAHA, Neb. -- Creighton men's basketball alums Kyle Korver and Anthony Tolliver opened the 2013-14 season in the National Basketball Association. Korver is back with the Atlanta Hawks, while Tolliver joined the Charlotte Bobcats in the off-season. K
Video: Dutch down Williamsburg, move on in the playoffs
The Pella High Little Dutch took one more step toward the Uni-dome in Cedar Falls with a 14-0 win over the WIlliamsburg Raiders last night.
- Bos Landen to close for the season Sunday
Video: Dutch win district title
The Pella Dutch played the Oskaloosa Indians for the Little Hawkeye Conference championship last Friday night and walked away with the game, as well as a district title.
- PC boys second at the Chariton Cross Country Invitational Pella Christian saved their best for last. The Eagles ended the regular season with a second place finish at the Chariton Cross Country Invitational last Thursday. The Eagles scored 49 points, trailing only Davis County with 23 points. The PC varsity
- Local Knights of Columbus Council sponsors Youth Soccer Challenge Competition
- Eagles go for the win and fall short The Pella Christian Eagles went down to the wire with Van Meter before falling 14-13 to the Bulldogs. Van Meter entered the game unbeaten and ranked No. 6 in Class 1A. Following a strong defensive stand to start the game, the Bulldogs turned the ball
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