Sports

NASCAR IN CHICAGOLAND!

The Chicago Speedway hosts this weekends NASCAR events, topped by Sunday’s Overton 400. Martin Truex Jr. will hope to continue his recent winning ways at the Joliet based track. Coverage of

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Friday Night Laps

It seems to be a safe bet that the mud that cancelled last week’s race at the Marshalltown Speedway won’t be a factor tonight. The heat? That may be another story. laps at 7, followed by racing

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Thursday Baseball

Gladbrook-Reinbeck 10                South Hardin 1 Mason City 3-5                               Marshalltown 0-0 East Marshall 15                           

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Thursday Softball

AGWSR                          6              Iowa Falls-Alden            0 East Marshall                  15           

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Prep Baseball

Urbandale                       2-9           Marshalltown                  1-0 BCLUW                           

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Monday Softball

East Marshall                  8              West Marshall               3 Urbandale                       13-15      

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Other Baseball

The I-Cubs downed the Baby Cakes in New Orleans last night 4 to 3. Game two tonight down New Orleans way. Rain washed out last night’s College World Series opener between Arkansas and Oregon

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Bobcat Softball Monday

The Marshalltown softball slated to welcome Urbandale to the MHS field this evening. The twin bill (weather permitting) will begin at 6:00. BOTH games will be heard (weather permitting) on NewsTalk

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Truex True Again

Martin Truex, Jr. made it two out of the last three weeks, capturing yesterday’s Sonoma 350 in California. Truex held off Kevin Harvick for this third victory of the NASCAR Cup Series. Next

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Houlihan Doubles Down

Shelby Houlihan accomplished a rare double at the USA Track and Field Championships. The Sioux City native captured the title in the 5000 meter run, becoming the first American to win the 5000 and

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