Indianola’s only senior, Kendall Clatt, received a big assignment this season.
Two Indians were looking for third-place finishes at the Iowa State Wrestling Tournament on Saturday. Brothers Ryder and Bowen Downey won their first two bouts, but each narrowly lost their third against talented competition, keeping them out of the finals. A third-place finish required the …
Lauren Blake and Kendall Clatt combined to score 45 points and Indianola crept to within one victory of reaching the state girls’ basketball tournament Saturday.
At 103 Bowen Downey (33-6) was matched up against Davenport West’s Ayden Nicklaus (26-3).
All five Warren County schools advanced individuals to the state wrestling tournament.
Nathan Pollard gave Indianola its top two finishes at State swimming on Saturday, taking sixth in the 100-yard breaststroke and 11th in the 100-yard butterfly, along with swimming legs in the 200-medley relay and the 400-yard freestyle relay.
Five Indianola wrestlers earned their way to State after the District wrestling meet in Council Bluffs Saturday. Despite the distance, the usual crowd of fans braved more than two hours of driving on icy roads to cheer on Indianola’s wrestlers.
Indianola player Mara Bishop is used to getting pushed around on the basketball court.
At Saturday’s district swim meet at Southeast Polk, the Indianola High School boys swim team qualified eight swimmers for the state meet and brought home another distinction.
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