The Dallas Center-Grimes Fillies came to Pella Tuesday, Feb. 11, sporting the second best record in the Little Hawkeye Conference and they were definitely the favorites in the battle with the Lady Dutch. But it was the Pella girls that came out with fire in their eyes and battled the Fillies…
LINCOLN, NEB.—Surging back from an 18-point deficit, the Central College women’s basketball team overcame Nebraska Wesleyan University 82-75 Saturday and, for the first time since 2005, is headed to the conference tournament.
PELLA — On the heels of a frustrating few weeks for the Central College wrestling team, the Dutch romped over Simpson College to the tune of 36-14 Thursday night in the final dual of the season.
PELLA—Roaring back from a 13-point second-quarter deficit, the Central College women’s basketball team knocked off Luther College for the first time since 2014, 58-56 Wednesday night.
PELLA – Fueled by more than 2,600 donors, work begins Feb. 24 on an extensive renovation of the lower level of P.H. Kuyper Gymnasium in the next $3 million phase of Central College’s Forever Dutch® initiative.
It was bombs away from all angles Friday night when the Pella Little Dutch visited the “Tiger Den” in Grinnell. Pella wasted little time in finding the comfort zone as the Dutch drained three treys in the first quarter and rained in six long balls in the second stanza to take a commanding 43…
It was oh so close, but it just wouldn’t happen as the Pella Lady Dutch gave the No. 12 ranked Tigers from Grinnell all they wanted before falling 55-50 in Grinnell Friday night. The Dutch very nearly played the part of the spoiler in the Little Hawkeye race as they had the opportunity to wi…
A slow start against a good team can be fatal on the basketball court. That is just what happened to Pella in a Little Hawkeye Conference joust with the Mustangs from Dallas Center-Grimes Tuesday, Feb. 11, in Pella.
PELLA—Even with four players in double figures, the Central College men’s basketball lacked the spark it needed in a 79-72 loss to Luther College Wednesday, Feb. 12..
MOLINE, ILL. — Playing in two different locations Saturday, the Central College men’s tennis team picked up a dramatic 4-3 win at St. Ambrose while losing twice at home.
The Pella Lady Dutch made the short journey down Highway 163 Friday night to Oskaloosa to take on an Oskaloosa team that was hungry for a win. The Indians have only one win this season, but they may have played their best game of the season in a 62-51 loss to Pella.
The Dallas Center-Grimes Fillies are one of the top tier teams in the Little Hawkeye Conference and Monday, Feb. 3, they paid a visit to Eagle Lane to take on the Pella Christian girls in a makeup contest. The Eagles got off to a good start and took an 8-7 lead after five minutes of play on …
PELLA — Midfielder Jacie Borman (freshman, Eagan, Minn.) will continue a tradition of the Central College women’s soccer team by representing the Central College women’s soccer team on an annual Costa Rica soccer tour with Beyond Sports this Spring.
The Pella Christian Eagles hosted the Mustangs from Dallas Center-Grimes Monday, Feb. 3. The Eagles were coming off a gut wrenching loss to Indianola on Friday night and just couldn’t seem to find any traction in a 64-56 loss to the Mustangs.
The NCMP swimming team based in Newton, qualified for the State Meet Saturday in Iowa City inside the University of Iowa’s Campus Recreation and Wellness Center.
It was a battle for the ages when the Pella Little Dutch visited the Oskaloosa Indians Friday night. With seven-foot Xavier Foster back in the lineup, the Indians posed quite a problem for a much smaller Pella team. But it is not the size of the dog in the fight, but the size of the fight in…
Pella Christian Coach Rod Blunck stated, “Overall, I’d say it was a pretty good day. The girls were right at their season average, which I think is pretty good. The boys had one of their better days of the season. Newton took both matches today though.”
When Indianola came to town Tuesday, Jan. 28, the Lady Dutch knew that they would have to be in top form to defeat the talented Indian team. And Pella played the Indians even for three of the four quarters, but a disastrous second quarter spelled doom for the Lady Dutch in a 60-46 Little Haw…
Despite posting their high match score of the season the Pella High Lady Dutch fell to the Bondurant-Farrar Lady Jays in bowling action Tuesday, Jan. 28 at Great Escape Lanes in Pleasant Hill.
It would best be described as heartbreak on the hardwood for the Pella Little Dutch as the visiting Indianola Indians escaped with an 87-85 win Tuesday, Jan. 28. The Indians used a relentless slashing attack to challenge the Pella defense and create some foul issues in the first half. That a…
Points seem to be hard to come by when the Pella Lady Dutch and the Norwalk Warriors get together on the hardwood. The two teams met in Norwalk earlier in the season and the Warriors walked off with a 29-21 win. After the first quarter Friday it appeared we were in for more of the same.
For the second time in a week the Pella Little Dutch suffered a gut wrenching loss to a Little Hawkeye Conference opponent. This time it was the Warriors from Norwalk that delivered the stinger after Indianola had delivered a gut punch two point loss on Tuesday.
Kory DeHaan was one of six people inducted into the Iowa High School Baseball Coaches Association (IHSBCA) Hall of Fame Jan. 18, in ceremonies held in Cedar Rapids.
Pella Christian wasn’t able to hold on to a 19-point lead in the third quarter or a 13-point advantage in the fourth as they eventually suffered a heart-breaking 60-59 win to Indianola Friday night at home.
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