PELLA — Freshman outside hitter Natalie Gaszynski and senior right-side hitter Erin Dilger both had double-digit kills but the Central College volleyball team was defeated 26-24, 25-12, 21-25, 25-14 by Coe College Saturday afternoon.

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PELLA — The Central College men’s soccer team could never find its grove in a 2-0 loss against the University of Dubuque on Saturday afternoon.

Morningside freshman placekicker Chase Carter, Pella High graduate, was honored by the Great Plains Athletic Conference Monday, Oct. 14.

PELLA—Seeing its undefeated record whisked away in in a flurry of mistakes on a wind-swept afternoon, the Central College football team stumbled through a 28-7 setback to the University of Dubuque Saturday.

Pella Christian picked up a 3-1 win over the Newton Cardinals Tuesday, Oct. 8.

Pella Christian raced at the Centerville Invitational held Oct. 8 at the Honey Creek Golf Course near Moravia.

PELLA — Completing a 5-0 run at the American Rivers Conference individual championships, Central College women’s tennis player Sarah Behrens (junior, Red Oak) secured the C-Flight singles championship.

Dallas Center-Grimes remained in title contention for the Little Hawkeye Conference volleyball title with a solid 25-12, 25-11, 25-12 win over the Pella High Lady Dutch.

PELLA— Central College football kicker Jon Alberts (senior, Huntley, Ill.) was one of 37 kickers nationwide named to the Fred Mitchell Award September Watch List Monday.

PELLA — A muddy field didn’t slow the Central College men’s soccer team as it completed a clean sweep of top-10 opponents this season with a 3-2 victory over No. 9 Loras College Saturday afternoon.

DECORAH—Forced to scrap its initial game plan, the Central College football team used diverse looks and multiple contributors to rack up 547 yards in a soggy 45-14 football victory at Luther College Saturday.

PELLA — Wartburg College, the defending American Rivers Conference champions, triumphed over the Central College women’s tennis team 6-3 on Saturday morning.

The Oskaloosa Indians entered a Little Hawkeye Conference volleyball match against the Pella High Lady Dutch Oct. 1 with a No. 10 ranking in Class 4A.

Pella’s Middle School Cross Country squads shined at the Knoxville Invitational held Tuesday, Oct. 1.

After dropping three of four matches Saturday at Dallas Center-Grimes High School, the Lady Dutch are 12-12 in varsity volleyball action.

Coach Mike Buchheit is building the Pella Christian Cross Country Team in his second year in charge of the program.

PELLA — For the first time in program history, the Central College men’s soccer team is the top team in the United Soccer Coaches North Region rankings.

PELLA—Central College’s 4-0 start has caught the attention of voters in the American Football Coaches Association top 25 poll.

PELLA—Work will begin in early March on the lower-level renovation of P.H. Kuyper Gymnasium following an overwhelming response to the Central College Forever Dutch 48-Hour Challenge.

PELLA — Following the Central College men’s soccer team’s 2-1 victory at Luther College over the weekend, the Dutch are now No. 3 in the United Soccer Coaches North Region rankings.

LINCOLN, NEB. — Playing at the Nebraska Wesleyan Invitational Saturday, the Central College volleyball team swept Johnson & Wales University (Colo.) 3-0 before being swept by the University of Wisconsin – Platteville.

Newton lost a three set match to the Pella High Lady Dutch in varsity volleyball play Tuesday, Sept. 24 in Newton.

Pella Christian was third at the Lynnville-Sully Cross Country Invitational with 95 points.

Pella Christian finished 4th at the PCM Cross County Invitational held in Monroe at the Gateway Golf Course Thursday, Sept. 26.

The Grinnell girls and Clear Creek Amana boys won team titles at the Newton Cardinal Invitational held Tuesday, Sept. 24 at the Westwood Golf Course.

Offense, defense and special teams were all at the top of their game Friday evening as the Eagles picked up win number one for the 2019 campaign.

After an 0-3 start to the 2019 Little Hawkeye Conference portion of the schedule, the Pella Christian Eagles have picked up a victory under the direction of head coach Joanna Settles.

PELLA — Winning all six sets by at least five points, the Central College volleyball team rolled past Alverno College (Wis.) and Concordia University – Chicago (Ill.) in straight sets Saturday.

Norwalk swept the Pella High Lady Dutch 25-13, 25-14, 25-16 in Little Hawkeye Conference league play Tuesday, Sept. 17 in Pella.

The Pella High Lady Dutch stood at 8-5 overall after dropping three of four matches at the S.E. Polk Invitational Saturday, Sept. 14.

The Pella Christian Eagles gave the Indianola Indians, ranked No. 9 in Class 5A, all they wanted and then some on the volleyball court Sept. 17 at home.

Pella Christian won three of four varsity volleyball matches Thursday, Sept. 19 in a tournament at Des Moines Christian.

Pella cross country teams participated in the 39th running of the Ballard Invitational Monday, Sept. 16 in Huxley.

The Pella Christian Girls Cross Country team finished ninth in the rugged Oskaloosa Cross Country Invitational with 245 points and that score would edge out rival Knoxville by three points.

Pella entered the final full week of September with a record of 10-8 in varsity volleyball action.

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