Twelve athletes from the Sioux City Knights Special Olympics organization competed last week at the U.S. Special Olympic Games in Orlando last week, and all of them won at least one medal in the Florida city.
A local billiards team that competes through the River City Amusement pool league, Loose Change conquered a bracket that consisted of over 300 teams from across the globe. Groups from across Canada, Portugal, Spain, New Zealand and the Bahamas traveled to Las Vegas to compete.
Bishop Heelan takes on Sioux City East baseball, Thursday afternoon.
At a practice after the meet, coach Shunta Paul said, they've discussed making sure shoelaces are tied and snug. But Talaya's win has been a teaching moment in other ways. "It teaches you to never give up."
Check out dozens of photos and videos from Sunday's Lincoln Marathon.
Wyatt Happle had the first perfect score in junior high competition since 2015
An Omaha woman living with MS plans to get out of her wheelchair and cross the finish line at the end of the half marathon Sunday in Lincoln.
Photo from day two of the Girls State Wrestling championships at Xtream Arena in Coralville on Saturday.
Organizers of the race, which will take place May 1, are hoping to bring back popular traditions such as a pasta dinner the night before the race and a race expo.
Editor's note: The Journal today reveals its Top 10 Stories of 2021 in Siouxland, as chosen by Journal editors. The Journal's annual Newsmaker of the Year will be named on Jan. 2.
Siouxland athletics and multiple high-profile courts cases are featured in our first round of the biggest stories of 2021.
Sioux City East plays Sioux City West in football action Friday, Oct. 22, 2021, at Elwood Olsen Stadium.
Boyden-Hull defeats Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn volleyball 3-0.
The Playbook Pundits - Journal sports editor Zach James - recap last weekend's games and look ahead to a busy week in sports.
North plays West during senior night football action Friday night at Elwood Olsen Stadium.
Brian Forbes found a way to channel his stress and soothe his mental scar tissue. An obsession. A mission: He wanted to be one of the few people in the world to bench-press 1,000 pounds.
The Sioux City Journal's Playbook Pundits (AKA: sports editors Zach James and Shane Lantz) recap last week's local football action and name top players.
"No one leaves this place a loser," the ESPN broadcast picked up Hastings coach Dustin Rader telling his players.
Hunter Nepple had another big game as Hastings stayed alive at the Little League World Series.
After Hastings tied the game in the bottom of the sixth inning on a three-run blast, Hawaii scored eight runs in extra innings en route to an 11-3 win.
The team from Hastings is moving on after a big two-way performance and a lineup that peppered 11 hits around Volunteer Stadium in Williamsport.