Nodaway Valley’s home volleyball match against Mount Ayr for today (Tuesday) has been moved to the Nodaway Valley middle school in Fontanelle due to repairs being made on the high school gymnasium. Start time will be at 5:30 p.m.
ORIENT — The sixth annual Orient Pumpkin Days Costume 5K Run/Walk will be held at 6 p.m. Sept. 27.
The race starts at First and Broad Streets in Orient. Theme for this year is “Running like it’s the Stone Ages” (Flintstones, Caveman, etc.). Prizes will be awarded to the top three 5K male runners, top three 5K female runners, age 12-and-under one-mile run finishers and and those judged to have the top three costumes.
Cost is $25 for the race and participants will receive a T-shirt if registered by Sept. 13. There is open registration from 5 to 6 p.m. on Sept. 27. There is also a one-mile walk option.
All proceeds go toward the City of Orient’s Christmas lights and other projects. Over the past five years the race has allowed the city to purchase more than 30 LED snowflake lights, red Orient “Welcome” banners and a 40-foot LED skyline banner for Main Street.
For more information or registration forms, contact Jessica Boswell at firstname.lastname@example.org. Payments can be made to City of Orient and sent to City of Orient, P.O. Box 116, Orient, IA 50858.
ATLANTIC — The Creston/O-M junior varsity football team defeated Atlantic Monday night, 22-6, to improve to 2-0 for the season.
The Panthers scored in the first quarter on a 4-yard run by quarterback Cole Strider, who threw to Colby Burg for the two-point conversion. In the second quarter Burg caught a 43-yard touchdown pass from Strider and Gage Skarda ran a two-point conversion.
The Panthers took a 22-0 halftime lead on another TD pass to Burg for 42 yards.
Atlantic scored in the third quarter on a sweep to make it 22-6 for the final score of the game.
Strider led the rushing game with 55 yards, while Briley Hayes added 30 yards and Skarda had 28. Strider was 6 of 13 passing for 115 yards.
“Strider and Burg had great nights,” Creston/O-M coach Jon Thomson said. “They didn’t give up the run easy, but it really set up the pass. Tyson Stuart made a great catch for a third-and-long conversion. We stopped them on lots of third and fourth down short yardage situations.”
Payten Bierle had 10 total solo and assisted tackles for the Panthers. Kane Bowers finished with five. Avery Fuller, Skarda and Connor Travis each had four tackles.