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  • Western Christian's Fenchel named SportsFource Champion
    Western Christian senior Ethan Fenchel is one of the top discus throwers in Iowa. He qualified for his first state tournament as a junior, but it was a setback at state that has this week's SportsFource Champion competing for a chance at redemption.
  • Waterloo says Musketeers will be tough to beat
    The Western Conference finals between the Musketeers and Waterloo starts Friday. Sioux City was one of the few teams to have success against the Black Hawks. Waterloo is the top seed and they swept Sioux Falls in round one, scoring 20 goals in the three wins. The Muskies got past Omaha in four games. The Black Hawks went 3-3 against the Musketeers in the regular season.
  • New X's manager wants to change team's identity
    The Explorers are getting ready for their 22nd season and are still looking for their first league title. Sioux City had their worst record in ten years last season, winning just 38 of their 100 games. A new manager is bringing in a nearly all new roster. Manager Steve Montgomery has 24 players signed; 14 pitchers and 10 position players. Just two position players are back.
  • SSC & Heelan boys get soccer wins; Tuesday's prep scores
    Watch highlights of wins by the boys soccer teams from South Sioux City and Bishop Heelan and see the SportsFource high school scoreboard from Tuesday.
  • Morningside splits with last place Mt. Marty; Tuesday's scores
    The GPAC softball leaders from Morningside split a doubleheader with Mount Marty on Tuesday. See the highlights and Tuesday's college baseball and softball scores.
  • X's re-sign Murton but continue roster changes
    After compiling their worst record in ten years at 38-62, the Sioux City Explorers are overhauling their roster. Twenty-four players have been signed. Fourteen pitchers and ten position players will compete for spots on the 21-man roster. Only two position players are back, outfielder Peter Barrows plus former Yankees minor leaguer Luke Murton, who's signing was announced on Tuesday.
  • BVU & NW baseball players earn league honors
    Buena Vista senior designated hitter Jeremy Lambert and Northwestern shortstop Cody Groskreutz have won baseball player of the week honors in their respective conferences.
  • Knight Relays held in Orange City
    The first full day of the Drake Relays is Thursday in Des Moines. Siouxland athletes finally got some good weather to compete in at the Knight Relays in Orange City, hosted by Unity Christian. Le Mars and West Lyon were the team champions.
  • M'side sweeps while BCU drops two; Monday's scores
    The Morningside baseball team swept Graceland while the Briar Cliff softball team was swept by Concordia. See the highlights and the SportsFource scoreboard.
  • Wayne State's Browning honored by NSIC
    Eric Browning of Wayne State College is the Northern Sun Conference Baseball Pitcher of the Week, following his no-hitter over the weekend at Minnesota-Crookston. It’s the second time this season that Browning has received NSIC Baseball Pitcher of the Week honors.
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