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Raiders season ends at 17-5

Interstate 35 46, MA 35 In a tough contest against Interstate 35 on the road, Mount Ayr fell by 11 to the Roadrunners. The boys traveled north to Van Meter for their Regional game against Interstate-35 who was coming off a 79-49 win over Clarke.   For more on this story, sign in to the…

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Raiderettes fall in Final

The Raiderettes charged their way to the regional finals in Red Oak after downing Interstate-35 and Southwest Valley. They girls faced Treynor for a state tournament berth but their attempt was thwarted by the number two team in the state.   For more on this story, sign in to the e-edition.

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Raiders finish first in POI for first time in 18 years

For the first time in 18 years, the Raiders placed first in the Pride of Iowa Championship following a victory over East Union last Tuesday. Mount Ayr, Central Decatur and Martensdale-St. Marys finished in a three-way tie at 13-3 while Bedford was 12-4 and Pleasantville was 11-5.   For more on this story, sign in…

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Raiderettes finish season with win

The Raiderettes ended the regular season on a win over East Union recently to give them nice momentum heading into Regionals. The Raiderettes faced Interstate-35 on Tuesday, February 13, however, the game had yet to be played before press time and results of the game will appear in the February 22 issue of the Record-News…

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Raiders go 3-0 last week

The Raiders had a perfect week to close out the regular season, winning three games remaining on their schedule, with East Union having played on Tuesday, but not available at press time. The Raiders will receive a first round bye in Regionals and have had a great end to the regular season.   For more…

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Raiderette season winding down

Mount Ayr improved to 15-5 after a 2-1 week to close out the season. The Raiderettes loss came against a tough number two ranked Central Decatur team, while they secured wins over Lenox and Wayne.   For more on this story, sign in to the e-edition.

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