Northwestern leads All-Sports standings
SIOUX CITY | Northwestern College is the Great Plains Athletic Conference’s All-Sports Trophy leader following the conclusion of the fall sports season.
Northwestern accumulated 54.5 total points. Second-place Dordt (44.5) is followed in the point standings by Hastings (44), Concordia (43), Midland (42.5), Morningside (42), Doane (30), Briar Cliff (21.5), Dakota Wesleyan (21), College of Saint Mary (11) and Mount Marty (7.5).
Northwestern won the GPAC men’s cross country championship and shared the volleyball title with Dordt and Hastings. All-sports titles in volleyball were equally split between the three colleges.
Dordt claimed the women’s cross country crown while Morningside scored the football championship. Hastings won the GPAC men’s soccer tournament while Concordia won the women’s soccer tournament.
Six of the league’s 21 sports in the All-Star Trophy Standings are complete. Cheer and Dance will count towards the All-Sports Standings starting this year.
WinnaVegas to host fights
SLOAN, Iowa -- WinnaVegas Casino Resort Event Center will host "Friday Night Live" presented by Roy Jones Jr. in association with Ringside Ticket Inc. on Friday.
There will be eight bouts on the night highlighted by the feature bout, a 10-round Bantamweight clash, matching Max Omeleas and Nick Otieno.
The first fight will feature two fighters making their Pro debuts in Sioux Cityan Drako Rodriguez and Shaine Moffitt from St. Louis, Mo.
Doors open at 6 p.m. with the opening bout scheduled at 7:30 p.m.