Category Archives: Sports

  • foward Samantha Kixmiller attempts free throw photo by Toray Henry

    Women’s basketball team takes first conference winSports

      The MVC lady Vikings went into this weekend’s conference match up against the Baker Wildcats with no wins in the conference column. Losing to Culver-Stockton on the road early in the week had dropped the team to two games below 500. The lady Vikings came into the game without one of their best weapons, […]

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    Vikings athletes receive NAIA honorsSports

     Missouri Valley College is well known for its sports and at the end of each semester student-athletes are given honors and awards from the Heart of America Athletic Conference (HAAC).  Each conference of the NAIA gives out All-American Conference honors. The Vikings of Missouri Valley College recognized 45 conference honorees. The men’s and women’s cross […]

  • The Valley football team shows an example of good sportsmanship with the shaking of the hands of the University of Saint Francis players at the end of the game, despite the Valley loss of the game.

    Sportsmanship remains classyOpinion, Sports

       You’re running down the court with a basketball fast break You go in for a lay-up and hear a racial slur from the opposing team’s fans. Your coach calls a timeout. You run over to the bench. You can’t hear a word of what the coach is saying because the opposing crowd is breathing […]

  • Viking efforts keep the game in play until the fourth quarter.

    Vikings lose play-off to St. FrancisSports, Sports Gallery

    The MVC men’s football team lost this weekend to University of Saint Francis (Indiana) Cougars in the first round of the NAIA national tournament, 28 to 14. The loss meant the end of what has been a great season for the Vikings. After an early score by St Francis, the Vikings responded with an 11-yard scamper buy Bruce Reyes to […]

  • Viking player Alberto Linan Gomez slips through the midfield.

    Soccer Vikings conclude seasonSports

    The Missouri Valley College men’s soccer team lost 2-0 to the University of Science & Arts of Oklahoma (USAO) in the opening round of NAIA National Championship on Saturday, Nov. 19, at 5 p.m. at Gregg-Mitchell Field. The Vikings entered the game ranked No. 8 in the NAIA. The game was largely defensive with rare […]

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