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Pioneers heading back to state tourney

By Carson Tigges, Ledger Sports Editor Published: Monday, May 24 A year ago, Maharishi School’s substate final vs. Oskaloosa came down to the final set of the final match before the Pionners ultimatly punched their ticket to the Class 1A final four. This time around, five players returning from that squad did what they could to... Read More »

Doubles Team Advances to State

The Maharishi School Girl's Tennis team finished another outstanding season with a record of 9 and 2. The Pioneers will be represented by Angela Sickler and Minna Mohammadi in the Class 1A state doubles tournament that will get underway on June 3rd at Iowa City. Coach Laurie Eyre said, "I am very proud of Angela and... Read More »

Maharishi School Conquers District; Sends Singles, Doubles to State

By Carson Tigges, Fairfield Ledger sports editor Monday, May 17, 2010 2:22 PM CDT OTTUMWA —Sooner or later, they’re just going to automatically advance the Maharishi School boys’ tennis team. But for now, the Pioneers are still fine with proving what they can do on the court and they did so again Friday. MSAE picked up... Read More »

Chinese Schools To Collaborate With MUM, Maharishi School

Reprinted from FairfieldIowaRadio.com Fairfield, May 14 - An education delegation of five people representing a syndicated school system of three middle and high schools in China, recently visited MUM and Maharishi School for two days and signed two agreements to collaborate. The director of an education corporation, his assistant, and three principals from the schools met... Read More »

Pioneers edge host to pick up Ottumwa Invite win

By Carson Tigges, Fairfield Ledger sports editor Monday, May 10, 2010 2:14 PM CDT OTTUMWA — Add another win to the Maharishi School victory total for 2010. The Pioneers edged host Ottumwa to take home the team title at the Ottumwa Invite — its second tournament win in as many weeks — Saturday. The Pioneers played... Read More »

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