Category Archives: Sports

  • Coach Pickens poses at XC confernce (Photo privided by Sarah Niemeier)

    Cross country teams finish the season strongFeatured, Sports

    The Missouri Valley College men’s and women’s cross country teams competed in the Heart of American Athletic Conference Championship on Saturday afternoon. The race took place on the Fayette Golf course. The women of the HAAC ran their 5k race first. Sophomore Amanda Buhr ran a season best with a time of 20 minutes and […]

  • Viking goalie Nicole Goad. (Photo by Dub Clark)

    Women’s soccer prepares for tourneySports

      The MVC women’s soccer team took on the conference leader, the  Baker University Wildcats, on Tuesday with high hopes of a win. The MVC team had won the previous game and had crept within a half game back of the leaders. The Vikings came in riding high with the performances of forward Breann Kinworthy and goalie Nicole Goad who were named […]

  • Under the purple, there is a Graceland player. Vikings who helped with the tackle were Wayne Williams (1), Jimmy Moors (55), Richard Wick (92), and Zach Thomas (71). (Photo by Ariana Stephens)

    Scenes of HomecomingFeatured, Sports

      These photos of  the Viking Homecoming football game, Oct. 22, were taken by Delta photographer Ariana Stephens. The Vikings defeated the Graceland Yellowjackets 78-0. Participants off the field and in the bleachers were the band, cheerleaders, honorees, visiting alums, and others.           

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    Men’s team preps for seasonSports, Uncategorized

    It’s fall again and that means the near start of a new basketball season. The MVC Vikings men’s team have been preparing  for the demanding task that lies ahead. The revamped roster has six returners, only two of which started the whole year last season: sophomore guard Jim Thomas and now senior forward B.J Corley. […]

  • The Vikes boost  their energy before the second half. (Photo by: Leon Emperio)

    Vikings seize sixth victorySports, Sports Gallery, Uncategorized

       The Missouri Valley College men’s soccer team continues to dazzle its opponents. The eighth-ranked Vikes maintain its winning performances by seizing the sixth victory, in six games, at the expense of William Woods. The game was dynamic, fast-paced, and aggressive; however, the competitiveness of the players deprived the fans from any goals for 45 […]