The Central Illinois Flying Aces couldn't hold off a third period push from Sioux City Musketeers, falling 4 to 3 in overtime.
Friday, March 23 vs Central Illinois Flying Aces | Rally Towel Giveaway! 500 rally towel giveaway courtesy of United Way so get to the arena early!
High School Soccer Doubleheader Rapid City Stevens at Sioux Falls O'Gorman Boys-11:00 Girls-1:00.
The Tri-City Storm completed a sweep on “Concrete Cares Weekend” in Sunday's 3-1 home win over the Sioux City Musketeers. The Storm defeated the Fargo ...
Highlights from the Des Moines Buccaneers game against the Sioux City Musketeers on February 6, 2021.
Following a 4-1 loss to Sioux City the night before, the Storm bounced back with a physical 2-1 win over the Musketeers on Saturday night in front of a limited ...
I’m back at the Tyson as the 6-8 Musketerers host 13-3 Fargo today. Sioux City has a recent 6-3 win over the force, though
The Sioux City Musketeers is a Tier I junior ice hockey team playing in the Western Conference of the United States Hockey League . The Musketeers' home ice is Tyson Events Center.
The Sioux City Bandits are a professional indoor football team based in Sioux City, Iowa. The Bandits compete in Champions Indoor Football as a member of the league's North Conference.
The CICL was a collegiate wooden bat summer baseball league. It was composed of five teams from Illinois and Indiana.The CICL was founded in 1963 as a charter member of National Collegiate Athletic Association certified summer baseball.
The Central Illinois Flying Aces were a Tier I junior hockey team that played as a member of the United States Hockey League. Based in Bloomington, Illinois, the Flying Aces played their home games at the Grossinger Motors Arena, located in downtown Bloomington.
Sioux City () is a city in Woodbury and Plymouth counties in the northwestern part of the U.S. state of Iowa. The population was 82,684 in the 2010 census, which makes it the fourth-largest city in Iowa.
The Sioux City metropolitan statistical area, as defined by the United States Census Bureau, is an area consisting of five counties in three states – Iowa, Nebraska, and South Dakota, anchored by the city of Sioux City, Iowa. As of the 2010 census, the MSA had a population of 168,825 .
The Sioux City Art Center began as a Works Progress Administration project in 1937 when the Art Center Association of Sioux City, the Sioux City Junior League, as well as other community supporters, received a grant of $3,000 to create the first art center. After the Federal Assistance Program ended in 1940, the Sioux City City Council voted to fund the Art Center and established the Board of Trustees, the City's fiscal governing board for the Art Center in 1941.
The Sioux City Municipal Auditorium, known as the Long Lines Family Recreation Center for sponsorship reasons, is a multi-purpose facility in Sioux City, Iowa. The fifth in a line of major indoor venues built in Sioux City, it was designed by Knute E. Westerlind in 1938 and finally completed after many delays in 1950.
The Sioux City Air Defense Sector is an inactive United States Air Force organization. Its last assignment was with the Air Defense Command 29th Air Division, being stationed at Sioux City Air Force Station, Iowa.
Sioux City Human Rights Commission is an impartial governmental agency that primarily investigates allegations of discrimination. Other duties include community education and hosting events that promote diversity and the elimination of discrimination.
Sioux City Air National Guard Base is a United States Air Force base, located at Sioux Gateway Airport It is located 7.2 miles south-southeast of Sioux City, Iowa. On 25 May 2002, the airport was named "Colonel Bud Day Field" in honor of United States Air Force Colonel George Everette "Bud" Day, a Sioux City, Iowa native and is the only person ever awarded both the Medal of Honor and the Air Force Cross.
The Sioux City Grain Exchange was a cash commodity market in Sioux City, Iowa that primarily traded corn, wheat, oat, and soybean. It was established in 1907 as the Sioux City Board of Trade, named the "fastest growing grain market in the world" in 1929, and among the largest exchanges in the world by the 1970s; transacting over 100 million bushels annually (valued at $1 billion as of 2018).
Central Illinois is a region of the U.S. state of Illinois that consists of the entire central third of the state, divided from north to south. It is mostly an area of flat prairie.