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ALTAMONT — With the wind blowing strong out of the south and the always-present threat of rain looming, the Iola Mustang and Filly track and field team opened the 2019 season at Labette County on…

The rain stayed away for four out of the five days of last week allowing a good amount of baseball and softball to be played. Unfortunately for the Mustangs and Fillies, the rain came on…

BURLINGTON — The Mustangs ran the gambit from high to low on Tuesday but still managed to start off the 2019 season undefeated after sweeping at Burlington 8-0 and 9-4.  Their highest came in game…

Thanks to scheduling quirks, the Iola tennis team opened its 2019 season early when the Mustangs hosted Independence on Thursday.  The meet was originally scheduled for next week but spring break for several schools interfered…

INDEPENDENCE — The Iola boys’ season came to an end Wednesday night on the road versus a talented Independence team that was having a pretty good shooting night.  In their 64-41 loss, the Mustangs were…

Iola High?s Mustangs ran into some trouble from Long distance Thursday. Santa Fe Trail sharpshooter John Long drilled seven 3-pointers as the visiting Chargers took control early of a 62-48 decision. Six of Long?s treys…

CHANUTE ? After a year away from the Class 4A State Wrestling Tournament, the Iola Mustangs are state-bound once again.  Five Iola wrestlers made their way south to Chanute for the regional tournament on Saturday…

Just nine seconds and two points made three-quarters of disappointing basketball disappear for the Iola boys Wednesday evening when the Mustangs beat Prairie View at home in overtime, 65-60.  The win moves Iola to 9-8…

BURLINGTON — After two postponements and a venue change caused by wintry weather, the Pioneer League wrestling meet finally happened Saturday afternoon in Burlington.  The Mustangs came away with five top-three placers including two league…

GARNETT — Losses where you play great are maybe the most bitter pill to swallow.  Sometimes you bring a winning effort but luck and happenstance stand in the way of actually being able to draw…