Craig Hill was honored as the 2018-2019 Booster of the Year during halftime of the Clarinda boys’ basketball game Friday, Jan. 11, against Harlan.
The Iowa High School Athletic Directors Association has selected seven recipients of their IHSADA 2018-2019 Outstanding Service Awards. Among those recipients are George Crawford and Jon Herzberg of Clarinda.
Clarinda was among a field of 17 teams to take the mat at Winterset Saturday, Jan. 5, for the Gary Christensen Invite. The Cardinals finished the day in 11th place with 71 points.
South Page celebrated the New Year in style Thursday, Jan. 3, as the Rebels traveled to Burlington Junction, Missouri. The Rebels earned their second victory of the season with a 43-28 win over West Nodaway.
Clarinda claimed its second win of the girls’ bowling season with a 418 pin victory over St. Albert Tuesday, Dec. 18, at Thunderbowl in Council Bluffs.
Clarinda wrapped up its pre-holiday schedule Thursday, Dec. 20, with a quadrangular hosted by Southwest Valley. The Cardinals won two of their three dual meets on the night.
Clarinda had four players score in double figures Friday, Dec. 20, at Red Oak as the Cardinals caged the Tigers 61-47 to earn their third win of the boys’ basketball season.
South Page collected its first win of the season Friday, Dec. 14, at Heartland Christian. The Rebels edged the Eagles 51-46 in the Corner Conference clash.
Clarinda crowned individual champions at two weights on the way to a fourth place team finish at the Tiger-Knight Invitational Saturday, Dec. 15, at Carroll.
Clarinda picked up its first win of the season against Southwest Valley Thursday, Dec. 6, at Corning. The Cardinals liked it so much they did it again the next night against Shenandoah.
History was made as Clarinda took to the lanes for its first sanctioned high school bowling meet as the Cardinals hosted Mount Ayr Thursday, Nov. 29, at Frontier Lanes in Clarinda.
Clarinda gave 2018 state tournament qualifier Kuemper Catholic all it wanted before the Knights finally escaped with a narrow 44-40 win Friday, Nov. 30, at Carroll.
Clarinda made its home debut for the new girls’ basketball season Tuesday, Nov. 27, against Nodaway Valley. However, the Wolverines stymied the Cardinals for a 48-12 victory.
Clarinda made an early lead stand up Tuesday, Nov. 20, at Lenox as the Cardinals clipped the Tigers 40-37 in the girls’ basketball season opener for both teams.
The Clarinda Middle School eighth grade boys’ basketball team had plenty to be thankful for over the holiday break after posting a pair of home wins over Red Oak and Creston to start the season.
Deer hunters will soon be trading in their bows for shotguns and body harnesses for blaze orange vests as the calendar turns to December and the first of Iowa’s three main gun seasons begin. And based on reports, it looks like hunting will be good, if the weather cooperates.
Three weeks into the pheasant season and hunters are finding success similar to the August roadside survey forecast – good hunting in central and north central Iowa; spotty hunting in southern Iowa.
Ashley Woods was named coach of the Clarinda High bowling teams for boys and girls Monday, Nov. 12, during the Clarinda Community School District board meeting.
As Southeast Polk cross country coach Chad Willeford waited for the results of the girls’ Class 4A Iowa High School Cross Country Championships to be posted Oct. 27 at Fort Dodge, he was reminded of a similar wait 13 years earlier.
Saturday, November 17 Clarinda A’s Baseball Inc. will host their inaugural Trivia Night at the Clarinda Country Club with proceeds to benefit the costs of the A’s 65th season.
Iowa’s unusually wet fall has created a unique situation where floodwaters are reaching fields and causing issues regarding what waterfowl hunters can and can’t do in these areas.
Freshman Ashlyn Eberly has anchored the Clarinda girls’ cross country team throughout the season. Now, she will get the opportunity to compete against the best runners in Class 2A.
As the Cardinals walked off the field Friday, Oct. 19, for the final time, Clarinda coach Roger Williams was pleased with the effort they put forward during the 2018 season.
Clarinda made a gallant effort to stave off elimination in the first round of the Class 3A Region 2 playoffs Wednesday, Oct. 17, at Shenandoah before the Fillies finally emerged with the 3-0 victory.
South Page put up a good fight Tuesday, Oct. 16, at Bedford in the opening round of the Class 1A Region 2 volleyball playoffs before ultimately suffering a 3-0 loss to the Bulldogs.
Muddy field conditions and a slippery pigskin worked in favor of Clarinda Friday, Oct. 12, as the Cardinals overwhelmed West Central Valley 41-6 at Cardinal Field.
A trip to the Class 2A State Cross Country meet will be on the line today, Oct. 18, as Clarinda participates in a state qualifying meet at Panorama.
The Clarinda A’s will celebrate a milestone next summer as they take the field for their 65th season of summer baseball. As preparations for the season get underway, a significant change has been made off the diamond.
South Page made the final week of the regular season a successful one as the Rebels traveled to Essex Tuesday, Oct. 9, and collected their third win of the year with a 3-1 victory over the Trojans.
Clarinda has been assigned to Region 2 of the Class 3A volleyball playoffs. Postseason pairings were released Tuesday, Oct. 2, by the Iowa High School Girls’ Athletic Union.
South Page will be on the road Tuesday, Oct. 16, as the Rebels travel to Bedford to meet the Bulldogs in the opening round of the Class 1A Region 2 volleyball playoffs.