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AHSTW Beaming With Confidence After Win at Clarinda


(Avoca) In a mouthful of a game on Friday night OA-BCIG will play at AHSTW in a game that be broadcast on KSOM2. More simply put, the Falcons will be taking on the Vikings in Week 4. 

 

2-1 AHSTW made a lot of noise last week with their big win over Clarinda. Prior to that meeting, the Cardinals had steamrolled a pair of Class 3A teams, but in came Class 1A AHSTW who beat the Cards on a 75 yard TD pass from Nathan Herbst to Terry Shannon in the 2nd half.

 

This week's Viking opponent, OA-BCIG comes into the game at 3-0. They are one of only eleven Class 1A teams that remains undefeated. Coach Davis Pattee says they are very agressive and fast. The Falcons use a 3-5 defensive approach trying to utilize all of the speed they have at linebacker. They are coached by a former AHST Viking Larry Allen. Allen finished his high school career in the early 80's played collegiately at Simpson, and has been at guiding his current program ever since. 

 

These teams come in with very similar philosophies. Both run the football first, and are led by a variety of rushers. The leader of a balanced attack for OA-BCIG is state champion wrestler Cash Wilcke who went over 200 yards last week. Dustin Engel leads AHSTW with 266 yards this season on the ground. 

 

Click for the interview with AHSTW coach Davis Pattee

IATC Cross Country Area Individual Rankings


 

Class 1A Boys

15-Shane Breheny, Nodaway Valley

20-Tim Brink, Riverside

23-Brayten Funke, Nodaway Valley

30-Max Ross, St. Albert

 

Class 1A Girls

1-Rebekah Topham, Griswold

10-Alyx Flippin, Griswold

11-Hannah Appleseth, Panorama

12-Devyn Kemble, Panorama

13-Alexis Cook, Missouri Valley

22-Bri Hoffman, Panorama

27-Jacey Martin, St. Albert

30-Destiny Scar, Nodaway Valley

 

Class 2A Boys

9-Logan Lerette, Red Oak

 

Class 3A Boys

14-Cooper McDermott, Creston

 

Class 3A Girls

11-Tiffany Williams, Atlantic

23-Layken Gurwell, Winterset

28-Maria Mostek, Creston

IATC Cross Country Team Rankings


1A Boys

  1. West Fork
  2. Denver
  3. Bellevue
  4. Nodaway Valley
  5. St. Edmond
  6. Alta-Aurelia
  7. Tri-Center
  8. Emmetburg
  9. IC Regina
  10. Trinity Christian
  11. Pekin
  12. Ogden
  13. Bishop Garrigan
  14. St. Albert
  15. Wapello

1A Girls

  1. Pekin
  2. Pochahontas
  3. Central Elkader
  4. North Linn
  5. IC Regina
  6. Panorama
  7. Griswold
  8. South Winneshiek
  9. Emmetsburg
  10. Underwood
  11. St. Edmond
  12. West Marshall
  13. Missouri Valley
  14. Durant
  15. Bellevue Marquette

Class 2A Boys

  1. Unity Christian
  2. Monticello
  3. East Marshall
  4. Western Christian
  5. Mid-Prairie
  6. Shenandoah
  7. Williamsburg
  8. Osage
  9. Eagle Grove
  10. Waukon
  11. Tipton
  12. North Polk
  13. Cascade
  14. OA-BCIG
  15. Albia

Class 2A Girls

  1. Unity Christian
  2. Monticello
  3. Cascade
  4. East Marshall
  5. Osage
  6. Okoboji
  7. Western Christian
  8. Greene County
  9. Davis County
  10. North Polk
  11. North Fayette
  12. Central Valley
  13. Clarion-Goldfield
  14. Mid-Prairie
  15. South Central

Class 3A Boys

  1. Gilbert
  2. Mt. Vernon/Lisbon
  3. Algona
  4. Grinnell
  5. Wahlert Dubuque
  6. Pella
  7. Marion
  8. Charles City
  9. Center Point/Urbana
  10. Decorah
  11. Dallas Center-Grimes
  12. Harlan
  13. Ballard
  14. MOC-Floyd Valley
  15. Mount Pleasant

Class 3A Girls

  1. Decorah
  2. MOC-Floyd Valey
  3. Gilbert
  4. Pella
  5. Fort Madison
  6. Grinnell
  7. Williamsburg
  8. Wahlert
  9. Ballard
  10. Spencer
  11. Davenport Assumption
  12. Winterset
  13. Solon 
  14. Bishop Heelan Catholic
  15. Marion

Spartan Volleyball off to Great Start


(Elk Horn) Exira-EHK has dashed out to an 8-2 start in volleyball this season.

 

With wins over West Harrison and Paton-Churdan in Tuesday’s triangular the Spartans have been victorious in their last five matches. Their only losses on the year are to a pair Western Iowa Conference programs Tri-Center and Missouri Valley.

 

Coach Connie Wyatt says several players have stood out. Among those she mentioned were Margo Christensen, Kate McAlpin, Sophia Peppers, Brenna Juelsgaard, and Grace Hoflen. Hoflen leads the group with 45 kills and Christensen has 34. Juelsgaard has served 23 aces and is serving at 93.5%. Tops ont he team in digs is Peppers with 33. 

 

Wyatt raves about Peppers potential over the next few years. Exira-EHK goes to the Guthrie Center tournament this Saturday and coach Wyatt hopes to see the team's chemistry stay strong and play with the confidence that they’ve shown so far. 

 

Click for the interview with Exira-EHK coach Connie Wyatt

Harlan Looks to Snap 2-Game Skid at Dallas Center-Grimes


(Harlan) Dallas Center-Grimes will try to hand Harlan what would be an unprecedented 3rd straight loss when the two teams get together in Week 4. 
 
It's a battle of defending district champions Friday night when Harlan travels to Dallas Center-Grimes. The Mustangs were 9-2 last year but graduated their quarterback, top three rushers, #1 reciever and five of their top six tacklers. Harlan coach Curt Bladt says however they still appear to be a formidable opponent. He says they are led by a strong defensive line. The Mustangs only setback this season came to a very good Pella team.
 
Dallas Center-Grimes comes in at 2-1 while the Cyclones are 1-2. Coach Bladt says his squad executed better offensively last week and and the defense stepped up, but the team still fell short to Lewis Central 17-7.  He says they'll have to repeat that again this week to have a chance against DC-G. 
 
This is Harlan's district opener while Dallas Center-Grimes is 1-0 in the league after beating ADM last week, 7-6.
 

Win Streak Hits 9 Matches for Tri-Center


(Neola) Tri-Center topped Griswold in a three set sweep Tuesday night to run their win streak to nine matches. The Trojans haven't lost since their opening tournament of the season back on August 28th when they came up short againt Glenwood and Thomas Jefferson at the TJ Tournament.

 

Coach Brian Wedemeyer says the team is finding a way to win the close matches this year. That was the case last night as they topped the Tigers 25-21, 25-23, and 25-22. Often times they had to fight from behind in the win over Griswold. 

 

Allison Eikenberry led the team last night with 10 kills. It's been a balanced offensive attack for the Trojans throughout the year. Kirsten Lehan leads the group with 69, Eikenberry has 40 and freshman Danelle Elliott has 32. Tori Masker's 158 assists ranks third in the conference. Alyssa Baatz is the team leader in digs with 78. 

 

Coach Wedemeyer says the team will see some good competition when they go to Red Oak Tournament on Saturday. Red Oak, Treynor, and Atlantic will be among the teams in the field.

 

Click for the interview with Tri-Center coach Brian Wedemeyer

Dominant Spartans Host Ar-We-Va for Homecoming


(Exira) Exira-EHK goes into their homecoming matchup with Ar-We-Va this week with a 27 game regular season win streak. The Spartans have outscored their opponents 181-24 so far this season.

 

Exira-EHK is the third highest scoring 8-man team in the state and in the past two seasons have only allowed more than three touchdowns in a game only once. In their path this week is a 2-1 Ar-We-Va team.

 

Spartan coach Tom Petersen says the Rockets do most of their damage through the air. They rank 8th in the state with 444 passing yards and have combined 90 points the last two weeks. Coach Petersen admits he’s had some concerns with his team giving up big plays.

 

Exira-EHK’s bread and butter offensively is the running game especially with star senior quarterback Drew Peppers. He ranks 2nd in the state with 657 yards including a career 292 last week against River Valley. Austin Moeller, Zach Kliefoth, and Tyler Jacobsen lead the way on the offensive line.

 

Click for the interview with Exira-EHK coach Tom Petersen

Boys Results from AHSTW Cross Country Meet


Boys Team Scoring

  1. St. Albert 43
  2. Riverside 85
  3. Underwood 95
  4. Logan-Magnolia 102
  5. Audubon 104
  6. AHSTW 114
  7. Treynor 155
  8. Woodbine 175

Individual Top Ten

  1. Tim Brink, Riverside, 18:11
  2. Max Ross, St. Albert, 18:39
  3. Mitchell Nelsen, Audubon
  4. Garrett Martin, St. Albert
  5. Darik Collins, Underwood
  6. Thomas Conn, Underwood
  7. Otis Matejka, Riverside
  8. Justin THomas, Logan-Magnolia
  9. Lucas Luke, St. Albert
  10. Adam Hartman, Riverside

Click for the complete results from AHSTW

Girls Results from AHSTW Cross Country Meet


Team Scoring

  1. Underwood 29
  2. St. Albert 71
  3. Treynor 78
  4. AHSTW 123
  5. Audubon 129
  6. Woodbine 134
  7. Riverside 154

 

Individual Top 10

  1. Karley Larson, Underwood, 16:04
  2. Jacey Martin, St. Albert, 16:41
  3. Krisann Stephay, St. Albert
  4. Megan Maaske, Woodbine
  5. Erin Shapcott, Underwood
  6. Kiley Cook, Underwood
  7. Caitlyn Casey, Logan-Magnolia
  8. Carmen Malloy, Audubon
  9. Robi Fanslau, Underwood
  10. Gabby Myers, Underwood

Click for the complete results from AHSTW

High School Volleyball Scores from Tuesday, September 16th


 

Rolling Valley

Adair-Casey 25-25-25, CAM, Anita 13-19-18
AR-WE-VA, Westside 25-25-25, Charter Oak-Ute 23-15-17

Coon Rapids-Bayard 30-15-25-8-15, Boyer Valley 28-25-19-25-10

Woodbine 25-25-25, Glidden-Ralston 14-20-21

Exira-EHK 25-25-25-25, Paton-Churdan 13-27-22-15

Paton-Churdan 23-25-25-25, West Harrison 25-20-17-20

 

Missouri River

Abraham Lincoln 25-25-21-25, Bishop Heelan, Sioux City 18-22-25-17
Abraham Lincoln 25-25-25, Sioux City, East 16-16-15

 

Hawkeye 10

Harlan 25-25-25, Kuemper Catholic, Carroll 22-20-13

Red Oak 25-25-25, Lewis Central 20-19-16

Creston 15-25-19-26-15, St. Albert, Council Bluffs 25-23-25-24-10

 

West Central 

Van Meter 25-25-25, Madrid 13-12-12

Earlham 25-25-25, Panorama 22-20-21


Corner

Sidney 11-25-23-25-15, Essex 25-17-25-18-10
Fremont-Mills 25-25-25, South Page 10-6-8

 

Western Iowa 

Underwood 25-25-25, Audubon 18-18-21

Missouri Valley 25-25-25, Logan-Magnolia 19-11-13

Tri-Center, Neola 25-25-25, Griswold 21-23-22

IKM-Manning 25-25-25, Riverside, Oakland 7-15-11

Treynor 25-25-25, AHSTW 8-8-8

 

Pride of Iowa

Martensdale-St Marys 25-15-25-26, Interstate 35, Truro 13-25-19-24

Nodaway Valley 25-23-25-25, East Union 17-25-21-9

Pleasantville 25-25-25, Wayne 9-6-20

Southwest Valley 25-25-25, Lenox 12-16-14

Tri-Center Shows Vast Improvement in Week 3


(Neola) 2-1 Tri-Center bounced back nicely from a rough Week 2 loss to AHSTW with a solid 42-20 win at MVAO last Friday. This week they prepare for 3-0 Westwood, Sloan.

The Trojans still have  a lot of room to improve according to head coach John Tiarks.

 

Westwood’s only playoff appearance in school history came last year and they graduated just four seniors. The Rebels have won seven straight regular season games. Coach Tiarks says their balanced flex bone offense and play calling is very impressive.

 

Tri-Center used a big third quarter to win big against MVAO last week. Devin Heinen had an interception and a kickoff return for touchdowns. Nick Schnitker moved from split end to wing back and ran for 134 yards and a score. Coach Tiarks comments and that key adjustment and others his team made from Week 2 to Week 3 in the complete interview below. 

 

Click for the interview with Tri-Center coach John Tiarks

Audubon Preparing for 'Biggest Test of the Season'


(Audubon) With back to back playoff appearances and a 2-1 start against a very strong early season schedule, the excitement surrounding Audubon football continues to grow. The Wheelers face a huge challenge this week when they travel to unbeaten and top five ranked Logan-Magnolia.

 

Audubon’s defense will be put to the test this week against a Logan-Magnolia team that ranks third in the state in rushing yardage and averages over 5 rushing touchdowns per game.  Wheeler co-head coach Dustin Christensen says the Panthers run a good wichbone offense that is hard to defend because you have to account for all three running backs plus the quarterback.

 

Audubon ran the table in district play last year, but this year in the new district many have pegged Logan-Magnolia as the favorite especially after the Panthers 42-0 thrashing of St. Albert last week. Both teams are 1-0 in the district, but coach Christensen very much downplays the thought that Friday’s matchup will determine the district championship.

 

 

Audubon is coming off of a strong showing in Week 3. The Wheelers bested Griswold last Friday night 48-28 behind 221 rushing yards from Jake Mulford and 252 yards from scrimmage for quarterback Trevor Smith. Continue scorlling down the page or check our September sports archive for postgame video interviews with Smith and Mulford following last Friday's win.

 

Click for the interview with Audubon coach Dustin Christensen

Freshman McLaren Leading Griswold Volleyball to Great Start


(Griswold) At 10-3 on the year, the Griswold volleyball team is enjoying one of their best starts in recent years. The Tigers expected big things coming into the year with a very veteran group, but it's been a freshman that's been leaned on the most. 

 

Sydney McLaren not only leads all Western Iowa Conference players in kills, but her 142 kill total is 2nd best in the hole state for Class 1A. The freshman brings a good energy to the court and has put in a lot of time in the gym accoring to coach Jody Rossell. Outside of McLaren, the group is led by 8 seniors. Melody Anstey is 2nd on the team in kills with 83. Marlia Rossell's 235 assists are #1 in the WIC, while her 21 ace serves are tops on the team.

 

Griswold has a big stretch coming up over the next week. Their Western Iowa Conference schedule has them taking on Tri-Center tonight, Underwood on Thursday and Treynor next Tuesday. Coach Rossell says the schedule has been strong for her team since the start of the season. The Tigers only losses are to Treynor, IKM-Manning, and Shenandoah. 

 

Click for the interview with Griswold coach Jody Rossell

Logan-Magnolia Dialed in For Week 4 against Audubon


(Logan) After a thrilling 42-0 win over rival St. Albert last week, the Logan-Magnolia football team’s objective this week is to stay focused on the next opponent. In Week 4 that next opponent is a quality Audubon team. 
 
3-0 Logan-Magnolia created quite a buzz last week by snapping St. Alberts 53 game district win streak in dominant fashion. Panther head coach Matt Straight knows his team must get right back to avoid a let down game this week against 2-1. Audubon Coach Straight says Audubon is very aggressive with some dangerous players in the open field. Stopping Trevor Smith and Jake Mulford will be the main priorities.
 
The overall speed is a strength for Logan-Magnolia with several players flying around the field on both offense and defense. Offensively seven different ball carriers have at least one TD run for the Panthers and three of them have over 130 yards rushing on the season. Brady Charbonneau leads the group with 400 yards while Riley Wohlers has tallied 271 through three games. 
 
Audubon was an unbeaten district champion a season ago. They are 1-0 in the district with a 48-28 win over Griswold last Friday. Logan-Magnolia now has the target on their pack in Class A District 1 after the statement they made against St. Albert a week ago. The Panthers three wins have all been by a wide margin, topping Missouri Valley 42-6, Underwood 57-14, and St. Albert 42-0.
 

Adair-Casey Offense Clicking After Week One Loss


(Adair) After a frustrating 48-24 loss to CAM to open the season, the Adair-Casey Bombers have rolled to big wins in Weeks 2 and 3. They beat Nishnabotna 64-48 and NE Hamilton 71-28. 

 

Coon Rapids-Bayard will undoubtedly provide Adair-Casey with their toughest test yet. Through the first three weeks the Bombers combined opponent record is just 2-7, but the Crusaders are 3-0 and ranked in the top 10. 

 

Leading Adair-Casey's explosive the last two weeks are Charlie Terry and Emmitt Wheatley. Terry has rushed for a total 405 yards the last two weeks while Wheatley has 381 combined yards of rushing and receiving in the last two outings.

 

Both Adair-Casey and Coon Rapids-Bayard enter the Week 4 matchup at 1-0 in the district. The game will air on KSOM Friday night. 

 

Click for the interview with Adair-Casey coach Chris Bireline

Wolverines Cruise to Victory in Class D Race at Ballard


(Ballard) Nodaway Valley placed five boys runners in the top 7 to top the 11 team field in the Class D division at Ballard on Monday. The Wolverine's team total of 23 was 41 points better than runner up Ogden.

 

Sophomores Shane Breheny and Brayten Funke went 2nd and 3rd respectively. Juniors Nathan Venteicher and Heath Downing crossed the finish line 5th and 6th while freshman Brycen Wallace placed 7th. All of the top five runners ran between 17:35 and 18:03 for their times.

 

The win at Ballard coupled with a previous victory at West Central Valley makes Nodaway Valley 2 for 2 on the season. Destiny Scar, Nodaway Valley's lone female runner, placed 5th in a time of 16:40. 

 

Panorama won the girls portion of the Class D division in similar dominating fashion.  Hannah Appleseth won the race for the Panthers while two freshman were in the top five. Devyn Kemble placed 2nd and Bri Hoffman 4th. Panorama put up 23 points which was plenty of breathing room with BCLUW 2nd with 82. 

Harlan Boys Remain Unbeaten with Win at Red Oak Meet


(Harlan) The Harlan Cross Country trophy case is filling up during the 2014 season. Just four meets into the year the team has won all of their competitions. Monday's win at Red Oak was perhaps the team's most impressive so far with all seven varsity runners in the top 10. 

 

Red Oak's Josh Sunberg's 2nd place finish was the only thing preventing the Cyclones from the lowest possible score. Michael Sciranko won the race in a time of 17:52. Preston Burris, Drew Voge, Jacob Feldman, and Andrew Mumm went 3rd through 6th in that order. Despite not counting towards the team score, Brad Jones (8th) and Caleb Brace (10th) both had impressive showings for Harlan. 

 

In addition to Sunberg, Red Oak also had Logan Lerette in the top 10. The senior placed 7th. Atlantic's Pheonix Shadden, at number 9, was the only other non-red jersey in the top 10. 

 

Red Oak came in a distant second to Harlan in the team scoring. The Tigers, led by Sunberg and Lerette in the top 10, scored 59 points. Red Oak's other scoring runners included Weston Rolenc (12th), Gavin French (17th), and Ryan Dyson (21st). 

 

Just 9 points back of Red Oak was Atlantic in 3rd. The Trojans had one of their best showings of the young season with all five runners in the top 20. They were led by Phoenix Shadden in 9th placce with a time of 18:48.40. Ryan Hawkins crossed the finish line in 18:55.68 to place 11th. Rounding out the Trojan scoring were a freshman and two seniors. Cale Pellett had the best finish of his young career in 14th palce. The 9th grader clocked 19:38.18. Marshal McDermott, Zach Brooks, and Reid Nichols went 16th, 18th, and 22nd respectively for Atlantic. 

 

Following Atlantic in the team scoring in this order were Clarinda (114), Claridna Academy (135), and Southwest Valley (157).  Another area individual of note is Griswold's Taber Feltner. The sophomore finished 24th for the Tigers who didn't have a team score with just two runners.

 

 

Harlan and Griswold Girls Finish 1-2


(Red Oak) Just two points seperated the top two girls teams at the Red Oak Cross Country meet on Monday. The Harlan girls edged Griswold 47-49 for the team title. Both teams had three runners in the top 10 with Harlan being led by Marissa Klindt's third place finish and Griswold being led by indivdual champion Alyx Flippin (pictured). Flippin finished five seconds ahead of runner-up Tiffany Williams, of Atlantic. 

 

Outside of Klindt's third place finish, Harlan used Mercedee Mayberry (6th), Kaitlyn Feldman (11th), Baylee Hoegh (12th), and Kara Rueschenberg (18th) to count towards their team total. 

 

Griswold's scoring runners in addition to Flippin included Leah Lappe (4th), Alyssa Wyman (10th), Anna Young (14th), and Bridget Mauer (23rd).

 

Atlantic finished 26 points behind Griswold for a 3rd place team finish. Tiffany Williams' runner-up showing led the way. Other scoring runners for Atlantic were Ashleigh Waltz (13th), Alexis Brockman (15th), Emily Saeugling (22nd), and Savannah Sorenson (27th). 

 

Red Oak finished 4th in the team scoring with 91. Dual sport star Kate Walker finished fifth individually for the Tigers. Rounding out the team scoring were Glenwood in 5th with 119, Clarinda 6th at 176, and Southwest Valley 7th with 179. 

High School Volleyball Scores from Monday, September 15th


 

Earlham 25-27-26, Nodaway Valley 12-25-24
East Mills 25-25-25, Clarinda Academy 3-7-7
Glidden-Ralston 22-23-25-25-15, Paton-Churdan 25-25-15-20-8
Mount Ayr 26-25, Pleasantville 24-21
Mount Ayr 27-24-16, Interstate 35, Truro 25-26-14
Nishnabotna 25-25, Rock Port 16-18
Pleasantville 25-25, Interstate 35, Truro 12-14
Tri-Center, Neola 25-25-25, Logan-Magnolia 10-20-9

Coon Rapids-Bayard on a Roll to Start the Season


(Coon Rapids) Four southwest Iowa teams find themselves in the top 10 of the 8-Player Sports Spotlight rankings this week and among them is 3-0 Coon Rapids-Bayard. The Crusaders, ranked at #8, erased any doubt that they belonged among the elite when they knocked Guthrie Center from the rankings with a 41-7 win in Week 3.

 

Junior running back Zach Evans and sophomore quarterback Brandon Riley combined for 331 yards rushing and 5 TD's in that game. The Crusaders now turn their attention to Adair-Casey. The Bombers enter at 2-1 after putting up point totals of 64 and 71 points in Weeks 2 and 3. Seniors Emmitt Wheatley and Charlie Terry both rushed for over 100 yards a week ago. 

 

Coon Rapids-Bayard has been a force so far this season with wins over Laurens-Marathon (48-0), Marcus-Meriden-Cleghorn (35-20), and Guthrie Center (41-7). Coach John Kesselring says switching to a run first attack was easy to sell to the kids because their main priority is winning. 

 

Adding to the matchup with the Bombers is the fact that coach Kesselring is an Adair-Casey graduate. He starred for the Bombers in the early 2000's before going on to play at Simpson. He'll be facing good friend, and former high school teammate Chris Bireline for the first time. Bireline is in his first season as the Adair-Casey head coach. Kesselring is 0-1 against his former school, they lost a non-district game to the Bombers 34-26 last year.

 

Click for the interview with Coon Rapids-Bayard coach John Kesselring

Nodaway Valley Will Run in State's Largest Cross Country Meet


(Greenfield) Nearly 2,000 runners will be competing at the Ballard Cross Country Meet today. Among those participants will be Nodaway Valley, ranked 11th in the state for Class 1A Boys. Head coach Darrell Burmeister says the meet at Ballard is broken down into four classes with about a dozen teams in each class. 

 

The Wolverines put in a lot of miles in the off season and also benefited from a camp in Utah plus a weeklong trip throughout the western United States where they ran with some very successful programs. Brayten Funke and Bryson Wallace each ran over 400 miles during the summer. 

 

Nodaway Valley had a great 2014 debut at the West Central Valley meet. The won with a team total of only 21 points. Shane Breheny, Brayten Funke, and Nathan Venteicher went 1-2-3. Brycen Wallace was 6th and Heath Downing placed 10th. 

 

That meet was run on a very hot day. Coach Burmeister says he's looking forward to seeing the team perform with much better weather at Ballard.

 

Click for the interview Nodaway Valley coach Darrell Burmeister

Sports Spotlight Football Rankings


 

Class 4A
1-Dowling Catholic (3-0) (Next: @ #6 West Des Moines Valley) (1)
2-Bettendorf (3-0) (Next: Davenport Central) (2)
3-Cedar Rapids Washington (3-0) (Next: @ #9 Linn-Mar, Marion) (4)
4-Ankeny Centennial (3-0) (Next: Southeast Polk) (5)
5-West Des Moines Valley (2-1) (Next #1 Dowling Catholic) (6)
6-Johnston (3-0) (Next: @ #9 Waukee) (7)
7-Linn-Mar (Marion) (3-0) (Next: #4 Cedar Rapids Washington) (9)
8-North Scott (Eldridge) (3-0) (Next: @ Cedar Rapids Prairie) (8)
9-Waukee (2-1) (Next: #6 Johnston) (3)
10-Sioux City East (3-0) (Next: @ Council Bluffs Abe Lincoln) (NR)
Watch List: Ames, Ankeny, Cedar Falls, Dubuque Hempstead, Dubuque Senior

 

Class 3A
1-Pella (3-0) (Next: Norwalk) (1)
2-West Delaware (Manchester) (3-0) (Next: Vinton-Shellsburg) (2)
3-Cedar Rapids Xavier (2-1) (Next:@ #9 Central Clinton, DeWitt) (3)
4-Humboldt (3-0) (Next: @ #6 Carroll) (6)
5-Gilbert (3-0) (Next: @ #10 Ballard, Huxley) (5)
6-Carroll (3-0) (Next: #6 Humboldt) (7)
7-Solon (2-1) (Next: Marion) (4)
8-Bishop Heelan (Sioux City) (2-1) (Next: Spencer) (8)
9-Waverly-Shell Rock (2-1) (Next: @ Independence) (10)
10-Ballard (Huxley) (3-0) (Next: #5 Gilbert) (NR)
Watch List: Bondurant-Farrar, Boyden-Hull/Rock/Valley, Central Clinton (DeWitt), Davenport Assumption, Sergeant Bluff-Luton

 

Class 2A
1-Clear Lake (3-0) (Next: Estherville-Lincoln Central) (2)
2-Spirit Lake (3-0) (Next: Okoboji, Milford) (3)
3-New Hampton (3-0) (Next: #2 South Winneshiek, Calmar, 1A) (4)
4-Sioux Center (3-0) (Next: LeMars, 3A) (5)
5-North Fayette Valley (2-1) (Next: Oelwein) (1)
6-Hampton-Dumont (3-0) (Next: Garner-Hayfield/Ventura) (6)
7-Williamsburg (2-0) (Next: @ Louisa-Muscatine, Letts) (8)
8-Albia (3-0) (Next: @ North Polk) (10)
9-Mediapolis (2-0) (Next: Central Lee, Donnellson) (7)
10-Cascade (Western Dubuque) (2-1) (Next: @ Tipton) (NR)
Watch List: Beckman (Dyersville), Central Lyon/George-Little Rock, Clarion-Goldfield, Collins-Maxwell-Baxter, Kuemper Catholic (Carroll), South Tama

 

Class 1A
1-Iowa City Regina (2-1) (Next: @ Eddyville-Blakesburg/Ventura) (1)
2-South Winneshiek (Calmar) (3-0) (Next: @ #2 New Hampton, 2A) (2)
3-St. Edmond (Fort Dodge) (3-0) (Next: @ Woodward Academy) (3)
4-West Branch (3-0) (Next: @ North Cedar, Stanwood) (4)
5-Saint Ansgar (3-0) (Next: @ West Fork) (5)
6-Ogden (3-0) (Next: #8 Madrid) (6)
7-IKM-Manning (3-0) (Next: @ West Monona, Onawa) (8)
8-Madrid (3-0) (Next: @ #6 Ogden) (NR)
9-Hinton (3-0) (Next: Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn) (9)
10-Emmetsburg (2-1) (Next: @ #10 West Lyon, Inwood) (10)
10 West Lyon (Inwood) (2-1) (Next: Emmetsburg) (10)
Watch List: Dike-New Hartford, Hudson, Manson-NW Webster, North Cedar (Stanwood), Odebolt-Arthur/Battle Creek-Ida Grove, Pella Christian, Sigourney/Keota, South Central Calhoun, South Hamilton (Jewell), Sumner-Fredericksburg

 

Class A
1-Maquoketa Valley (Dehli) (3-0) (Next: Edgewood-Colesburg) (1)
2-Logan-Magnolia (3-0) (Next: Audubon) (3)
3-Nashua-Plainfield (3-0) (Next: @ North Union) (5)
4-AGWSR (Ackley) (3-0) (Next: #8 Wapsie Valley, Fairbank) (4)
5-Pekin (3-0) (Next: New London) (6)
6-West Sioux (Hawarden) (3-0) (Next: South O’Brien, Paulina) (7)
7-Bedford (3-0) (Next: @ Earlham) (10)
8-Wapise Valley (Fairbank) (2-1) (Next: @ #4 AGWSR, Ackley) (8)
9-Mount Ayr (2-1) (Next: Martensdale-St. Marys) (NR)
10-Bishop Garrigan (Algona) (1-2) (Next: @ Newman Catholic, Mason City) (9)
Watch List: B-G-M (Brooklyn), Colfax-Mingo, Denver, Gladbrook-Reinbeck, St. Albert (Council Bluffs), Westwood (Sloan)

 

Class 8-Player
1-Fremont-Mills (Tabor) (3-0) (Next: @ Nishnabotna) (1)
2-Don Bosco (Gilbertville) (3-0) (Next: @ Meskwaki Settlement, Tama) (2)
3-Janesville (3-0) (Next: CAL, Latimer) (3)
4-Exira/Elk Horn-Kimballton (3-0) (Next: Ar-We-Va, Westside) (4)
5-East Mills (3-0) (Next: @ Stanton) (5)

6-West Bend-Mallard (3-0) (Next: Graettinger-Terril/Ruthven-Ayrshire) (6)
7-H-L-V (Victor) (3-0) (Next: @ Tri-Center, Neola) (7)
8-Coon Rapids-Bayard (3-0) (Next: Adair-Casey) (8)
9-Central (Elkader) (3-0) (Next: @ Cedar Valley Christian, Cedar Rapids) (10)
10-Marcus-Meriden-Cleghorn (2-1) (Next: Laurens-Marathon) (10)
10-Turkey Valley (Jackson Junction) (3-0) (Next: @ West Central, Maynard) 
Watch List: Glidden-Ralston, Guthrie Center, Kingsley-Pierson, Lamoni, Sidney, Wayne (Corydon)

Lewis Central Girls Cross Country Meet Results


Team Scoring

  1. Plattsmouth 74
  2. Lewis Central 83
  3. Underwood 98
  4. Harlan 111
  5. Abraham Lincoln 119
  6. Shenandoah 139
  7. Missouri Valley 153
  8. Thomas Jefferson 188
  9. St. Albert 203
  10. Treynor 256
  11. Tri-Center 267

Individual Top 10

  1. Alexis Cook, Missouri Valley
  2. Lauren Mitteis, Plattsmouth
  3. Alissa Pomrenke, Lews Central
  4. Karley Larson, Underwood
  5. Autumn Graham, Plattsmouth
  6. Bre Waugh, Abraham Lincoln
  7. Kye Madsen, Lewis Central
  8. Krisann Stephany, St. Albert
  9. Jacey Martin, St. Albert
  10. Hannah Dugdale, Missouri Valley

Harlan Cross Country Boys Win Again


(Council Bluffs) With a win at the Lewis Central Cross Country Meet on Saturday the Harlan boys cross country squad kept their unbeaten streak alive. The Cyclones at the LC win to previous victories at Glenwood and AL for a 3 for 3 start. 

 

Harlan placed all five of their scoring runners in the top 21 including three in the top 10. They finished with 53 points, which was 19 better than runner-up Plattsmouth. Shenandoah placed third with 100 points, followed by Abraham Lincoln and Thomas Jefferson in the top five of a 12 team meet. Rounding out the team scores were 6th place Glenwood (144), 7th place Lewis Central 146, 8th place Tri-Center (180), 9th place St. Albert (203), 10th place Underwood (280), 11th place AHSTW (311), and 12th place Treynor (362). 

 

Harlan senior Preston Burris placed 3rd overall to lead the Cyclones. Michael Sciranko (7th) and freshman Drew Voge (10th) were also in the top 10. Jacob Feldman's 14th place running and Brad Jones at 21st rounded out Harlan's team scoring. 

 

The meet was won by Eldon Warner of Thomas Jefferson who finished 10 seconds ahead of Joe Blake from Shenandoah. Other area notable performances included Brenden O'Brien, of Lewis Central, placing 5th, Tri-Center's Dion Coffey ran 11th, Glenwood's top finisher was Ross VanSlyke at 16th. 

High School Volleyball Scores from Saturday, September 13th


Atlantic 16-21-18, Winterset 21-16-16
Audubon 21-21, A-H-S-T, Avoca 12-10
Bedford 19-21-15, Southwest Valley 21-18-11
Bedford 21-21, Lenox 15-9
Bedford 21-21-15, Essex 23-11-13
Boyer Valley 21-21, Charter Oak-Ute 8-6
Boyer Valley 21-21, Remsen-Union 13-14
Boyer Valley 21-21, Remsen-Union 19-19
Carroll 15-21-15, Maple Valley-Anthon Oto 21-19-5
Carroll 21-21, Cherokee, Washington 16-10
Carroll 21-21-15, Spencer 23-16-10
Chariton 21-21, Interstate 35, Truro 17-18
Chariton 21-21, Wayne 10-9
Chariton 25-25, East Union 6-20
Council Bluffs, Abraham Lincoln 21-21, Des Moines, Abraham Lincoln 10-10
Council Bluffs, Abraham Lincoln 21-21, Ottumwa 7-15
Council Bluffs, Abraham Lincoln 21-23, Urbandale 10-21
Council Bluffs, Abraham Lincoln 25-25, Indianola 18-19
Creston 21-21, Bedford 10-11
Creston 21-21, Stanton 14-8
East Sac County 21-21, Panorama 12-13
East Union 21-21, Albia 17-15
East Union 21-21, Southeast Warren, Liberty Center 12-14
Essex 21-18-15, Lenox 14-21-11
Fremont-Mills 21-21, Bedford 17-19
Fremont-Mills 21-21, Lenox 12-9
Fremont-Mills 21-21-15, Bedford 16-23-12
Glenwood 21-21, Atlantic 16-17
Glenwood 21-21, Treynor 19-13
Glenwood 21-23, Winterset 9-21

Griswold 21-21, Clarinda 12-18
Griswold 21-21, Guthrie Center 18-16
Griswold 21-21, Riverside, Oakland 3-14
Guthrie Center 21-21, Clarinda 14-10
Guthrie Center 21-21, Riverside, Oakland 6-18
IKM-Manning 21-11-15, Audubon 17-21-7
IKM-Manning 21-21, A-H-S-T, Avoca 8-13
IKM-Manning 25-25, Griswold 16-15
Interstate 35, Truro 21-21, Wayne 10-19
Kuemper Catholic, Carroll 16-21-15, Ridge View 21-19-11
Kuemper Catholic, Carroll 21-17-18, East Sac County 14-21-16
Kuemper Catholic, Carroll 21-21, Panorama 4-8
Kuemper Catholic, Carroll 21-21, St. Edmond, Fort Dodge 11-8
Logan-Magnolia 9-21-17, Boyer Valley 21-18-15
North Mahaska 21-21, Interstate 35, Truro 12-18
North Mahaska 21-21, Wayne 12-15
OA-BCIG 19-21-15, Woodbine 21-12-5
OA-BCIG 21-21, Charter Oak-Ute 16-5
OA-BCIG 21-21, West Monona 17-12
Red Oak 21-21, A-H-S-T, Avoca 7-16
Red Oak 21-21, Audubon 6-12
Red Oak 21-21, IKM-Manning 17-16
Red Oak 25-25, Guthrie Center 17-12
Red Oak 25-25, IKM-Manning 11-15
Remsen-Union 21-21, Logan-Magnolia 7-17
Ridge View 21-21, Panorama 5-3
Shenandoah 21-21, Lenox 11-15
Shenandoah 21-21, Stanton 17-16
South Central Calhoun 19-21-15, Kuemper Catholic, Carroll 21-17-12
South Central Calhoun 21-21, East Sac County 16-15
South Central Calhoun 21-21, Panorama 5-10
South Central Calhoun 21-21, Ridge View 13-18
South Central Calhoun 21-21, St. Edmond, Fort Dodge 9-11
St. Albert, Council Bluffs 15-21-15, Underwood 21-15-9
St. Albert, Council Bluffs 21-13-15, Glenwood 10-21-5
St. Albert, Council Bluffs 21-21, Winterset 10-10
St. Albert, Council Bluffs 22-21, Atlantic 20-16
St. Edmond, Fort Dodge 21-21, Panorama 16-14
Stanton 19-21-17, Southwest Valley 21-17-15
Stanton 21-21, Essex 16-17
Stanton 21-21, Lenox 14-17
Treynor 21-21, Atlantic 9-9
Treynor 21-21, Underwood 7-14
Treynor 21-21, Winterset 11-11
Treynor 21-25, St. Albert, Council Bluffs 9-23
Underwood 17-21-15, Atlantic 21-8-11
Underwood 21-17-15, Winterset 12-21-9
Valley, West Des Moines 25-25, Council Bluffs, Abraham Lincoln 21-19
West Monona 13-21-15, Charter Oak-Ute 21-16-13
West Monona 20-21-16, OA-BCIG 22-17-14
West Monona 21-21, Boyer Valley 18-14
West Monona 21-21, Logan-Magnolia 11-11
West Monona 21-21, Woodbine 17-9

Atlantic Extends Their Record to 2-1 with District Win over Glenwood


(Glenwood) A 99-yard touchdown drive was enough for Atlantic to edge Glenwood 7-6 in a Class 3A District opener at Glenwood Friday night. 

 

The Rams drove the ball all the way down to the Trojan goal line on their initial drive, but fumbled the snap and Atlantic recovered on their own one-yard line.

 

Atlantic took advantage of the Rams miscue and drove 99-yards to pay dirt with 5:39 left in the second quarter to take a 6-0 lead. That lead was extended to 7-0 after Robbie Bodine knocked the extra point through the uprights. Which proved critical by the time the dust settled or in this case the fog set in.

 

The Trojans defense turned the Rams away twice deep in their own territory before succumbing to the Rams in the middle of the fourth quarter when Broghan Weddum scampered 7-yards into the end zone to close the cap to 7-6. Glenwood opted to go for two. The Rams faked the kick and tried a pass for two, but Trojan defensive end Nick Podjasky knocked it down. And that would be all the scoring for the night.

 

The Trojans extend their record to 2-1 and host A-D-M next Friday night. The Rams fall to 1-2 and take travel to Winterset.

The rest of the District 8 schedule includes; Harlan at Dallas Center-Grimes, and Creston at Greene County for a non-district bout.

Click to listen to Atlantic Head Coach Eric Waldstein's Post Game Comments 

 

September 14, 2014

Week Three Area High School Football Scores


 

Class 4A

Council Bluffs, Abraham Lincoln 34 Council Bluffs, Thomas Jefferson 15 (ND) 

Lewis Central 24 Harlan 7 (ND)

 

Class 3A

 

District 1

Bishop Heelan 46 Denison/Schleswig 18

 

District 8

Atlantic 7 Glenwood 6

Dallas Center-Grimes 7 ADM 6

Creston 42 Winterset 34

 

Class 2A

 

District 8

A-H-S-T-W 12 Clarinda 8  (ND)

Red Oak 32 Shenandoah 27

Kuemper, Catholic, Carroll 62 West Central Valley 0

 

Class 1A

 

District 1

IKM/Manning 38 Treynor 19

Underwood 35 Missouri Valley 28

 

District 8

Des Moines, Christian 22 Central Decatur 14

Woodward-Granger 28 Interstate 35 7

Panorama 28 Southwest Valley 0

 

Class A

 

District 1

Audubon 48 Griswold 28

Logan-Magnolia 42 St. Albert 0

Tri-Center 42 Maple-Valley-Anthon-Oto 28

Westwood 44 Riverside 7

 

District 8

Mount Ayr 63 Clarinda Academy 22

Pleasantville 34 Martensdale-St. Mary’s 8

Bedford 48 Southeast Warrant 6

Earlham 20 Nodaway Valley 19

 

8-Player

 

District 1

Exira-EHK 47 River Valley 6

Boyer Valley 22 Newell-Fonda 14

Ar-We-Va- 42 West Harrison 14

Kingsley-Pierson 58 Woodbine 18

 

District 7

Coon Rapids-Bayard 41 Guthrie Center 7

Glidden-Ralston 61 Ankeny Christian Academy 7

East Union 60 Murray 23

Adair-Casey 71 Northeast Hamilton 28

 

District 8

Lenox 66 Essex 12

East Mills 44 Nishnabotna 0

Fremont-Mills 51 Sidney 12

Stanton 76 CAM 12 

Audubon Impresses in Week 3 Win Over Griswold


(Audubon) Jake Mulford found the end zone five times and Trevor Smith hit Mitchell Nelsen for not one, but two TD tosses as Audubon stormed past Griswold in Week 3 48-28.  The Wheelers dominated the 2nd half of a game that had all kinds of fireworks right out of the gates. 

 

Griswold senior Caleb Schaaf returned the game's opening kickoff 84 yards for a score only to see Audubon junior Jake Mulford take one back 80 yards just 12 seconds later to tie the game at 7. Mulford added to an impressive night less than three minutes later when he gave Audubon the a 14-7 lead with a 49 yard TD run on the Wheeler's opening posession. Mulford and senior quarterback Trevor Smith would combine to lead Audubon with Mulford and Smith each topping 100 yards rushing. Midway through the first quarter, the see-saw battle continued to play out as Griswold went for it on 4th and 8 from the Audubon 17 yard line and fullback Derek Kirchhoff not only converted, but ran in for the touchdown. 

 

Audubon went back on top with a 4th down conversion of their own. Mitchell Nelsen caught a slant pattern from Trevor Smith on a 4th and 5 and strided in from 34 yards out. A Nelsen 11 yard TD catch on a fade pattern late in the half proved to be a big turning point in the game. It came just one minute and 44 seconds after Griswold had scored late in the first half to seemingly grab some momentum. Audubon's late half score though helped Audubon end the half on a high note and they'd continue the strong play after the break.

 

The Wheelers dominated the time of possession in the 2nd half and took advantage of three Griswold turnovers. Elijah Zaiger and Mitchell Nelsen both had interceptions while Mark Rix recovered a fumble on a bobbled handoff. Two Jake Mulford TD runs in the 2nd half (from 12 and 28 yards out) put the game out of reach. Griswold scored late, on another Kirchhoff run, to make it a 48-28 final. 

 

Audubon committed only a couple of penalties on the night and didn't turn the ball over once. They were only forced to punt on one possession which came early in the game. Audubon quarterback Trevor Smith converted multiple 3rd and long situations with quality scrambles or designed runs. 

 

The Wheelers get a big victory in a competetive district. They'll take their 2-1 (1-0) mark into a showdown with unbeated Logan-Magnolia next week. Lo-Ma won big against St. Albert Friday. Griswold drops to 1-2 overall and 0-1 in the district. 

Greene County Cross Country Meet Results


Class A Girls Team Scoring

  1. Panorama 39
  2. West Marshall 72
  3. DM Christian 82
  4. IKM-Manning 93
  5. Collins-Maxwell-Baxter 118
  6. South Hamilton 171
  7. Southeast Valley 179
  8. Audubon 214
  9. Exria-EHK 228
  10. Colo-Nesco 276

Top 10 Class A Girls

  1. Sydney Clark, DM Christian
  2. Hannah Appleseth, Panorama
  3. Payton Sporrer, IKM-Manning
  4. Devyn Kemble, Panorama
  5. Madie Streeter, West Marshall
  6. Shyanne Sporrer, IKM-Manning
  7. Bri Hoffman, Panorama
  8. Ashlee Johnson, West Marshall
  9. Ashley Stevens, DM Christian
  10. Lydia Stevens, DM Christian

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Class AA Girls Team Scoring

  1. Ballard 41
  2. Winterset 52
  3. Atlantic 97
  4. Creston 135
  5. Greene County 141
  6. Nevada 195
  7. Denison-Schleswig 195
  8. Madrid 200
  9. Kuemper Catholic 240
  10. Roland-Story 248
  11. Perry 283

Top 10 Class AA Girls

  1. Abby Kohut-Jackson, Ballard
  2. Tiffany Williams, Atlantic
  3. Ellie Mendlik, Denison-Schleswig
  4. Maria Mostek, Creston
  5. Layken Gurwell, Winterset
  6. Dominique Fleming, Winterset
  7. Sydney Kaufman, Winterset
  8. Nicole Watters, Ballard
  9. Val Charter, Ballard
  10. Summer McVicker, Ballard

Click here for the complete Class AA Girls Results

 

Class A Boys Team Scoring

  1. Southeasat Valley 71
  2. Ogden 78
  3. Collins-Maxwell-Baxter 87
  4. DM Christian 94
  5. Panorama 144
  6. IKM-Manning 171
  7. South Hamilton 176
  8. West Marshall 176
  9. Audubon 195
  10. Exira-EHK 272
  11. Orient-Macksburg 281
  12. Paton-Churdan 356

Top 10 Class A Boys

  1. Trey Thompson, Ogden
  2. Mark Deutsch, Collins-Maxwell-Baxter
  3. Andrew Stumbo, Ogden
  4. Tyler Ketchum, DM Christian
  5. Sam Bassett, Panorama
  6. Coln Thomson, Collins-Maxwell-Baxter
  7. Spencer Warehime, Southeast Valley
  8. Evan Klicker, Ogden
  9. Eric Fluegge, DM Christian
  10. Bryce Gustafson, Southeast Valley

Click here for the complete Class A Boys Results

 

Class AA Boys Team Scoring

  1. Winterset 69
  2. Ballard 116
  3. Kuemper Catholic 116
  4. Denison-Schleswig 117
  5. Nevada 142
  6. Creston 142
  7. Atlantic 152
  8. Roland-Story 162
  9. Greene County 226
  10. Perry 240
  11. Madrid 270

Top 10 Class AA Boys

  1. ‚ÄčLuke Kohut-Jackson, Ballard
  2. Cooper McDermott, Creston
  3. Jay Wolfe, Creston
  4. Gabe Esser, Winterset
  5. Josef Rogers, Denison-Schleswig
  6. Chandler Hagen, Kuemper Catholic
  7. Keegan Pfau, Perry
  8. Conner MacVey, Nevada
  9. Drew Seefeldt, Denison-Schleswig
  10. Spencer Dedic, Roland-Story

Click here for the complete AA Boys Results

Area Volleyball Scores from Thursday, September 11


Treynor 25-25-25, Riverside, Oakland 11-5-10

Griswold 25-24-25-25, Missouri Valley 18-26-12-16

IKM-Manning 25-25-25, Logan-Magnolia 6-9-14

Tri-Center, Neola 25-25-25, Audubon 14-16-17
 

Exira-EHK 25-27-21-25, Glidden-Ralston 23-25-25-14

Adair-Casey 29-25-25, AR-WE-VA, Westside 27-22-20

Boyer Valley 25-25-25, Charter Oak-Ute 13-18-9

Carlisle 22-14-15, Coon Rapids-Bayard 20-21-10

Dallas Center-Grimes 21-21, Coon Rapids-Bayard 5-15

 

Boone 25-23-25-25, Winterset 19-25-23-20

 

Mount Ayr 25-25-24-26, Wayne 13-20-26-24

Central Decatur, Leon 25-25-25, Lenox 15-22-21

 

Earlham 21-21, Collins-Maxwell/Baxter 18-13

Panorama 22-19-15, Collins-Maxwell/Baxter 20-21-11

 

 

Stanton 25-25-25, South Page 11-5-9

 

East Mills 25-25-25, Heartland Christian 5-4-5

 

Sidney 25-25, Wymore Southern, NE 19-12

Weeping Water, NE 13-25-25, Sidney 25-13-21

IGHSAU Volleyball Rankings


Class 1A

  1. Holy Trinity Catholic
  2. Janesville
  3. Central Lyon
  4. LeMars Gehlen Catholic
  5. Tripoli
  6. New London
  7. Grand View Christian
  8. Guthrie Center
  9. Bishop Garrigan Algona
  10. Don Bosco
  11. Turkey Valley
  12. Springville
  13. Iowa Valley 
  14. Murray
  15. Marquette Catholic

Class 2A

  1. Dike-New Hartford
  2. Western Christian
  3. Unity Christian
  4. Eddyville-Blakesburg-Fremont
  5. Grundy Center
  6. South Central Calhoun
  7. Sumner-Fredericksburg
  8. Wapsie Valley
  9. West Branch
  10. Treynor
  11. St. Albert
  12. Denver
  13. Lake Mills
  14. North Cedar
  15. Nashua-Plainfield

Class 3A

  1. Solon
  2. Mount Vernon
  3. Independence
  4. Red Oak
  5. Nevada
  6. Mediapolis
  7. West  Liberty
  8. Sioux Center
  9. Beckman Catholic
  10. Union
  11. Iowa Falls-Alden
  12. Forest CIty
  13. North Polk
  14. Algona
  15. Kuemper Catholic

Class 4A

  1. Harlan
  2. West Delaware
  3. Marion
  4. LeMars
  5. Bishop Heelan Catholic
  6. Indianola
  7. Charles City
  8. Clear Creek-Amana
  9. Lews Central
  10. Cedar Rapids Xavier
  11. ADM
  12. Carroll
  13. Waverly-Shell Rock
  14. Boone
  15. Central DeWitt

Class 5A

  1. Ankeny Centennial
  2. Dowling Catholic
  3. Bettendorf
  4. Johnston
  5. Ankeny
  6. Linn-Mar
  7. SE Polk
  8. IC High
  9. Abraham Lincoln
  10. WDM Valley

Two Power Houses Collide Friday Night in Class A District One


(Logan) (2-0) and #2 St. Albert and (2-0) and #4 rated Logan-Magnolia clash Friday night in a Class A District One football game at Logan. The Falcons enter the contest without the services of one of their top players Jon Meyering, who was injured in their opening game against Council Bluffs, Thomas Jefferson.

Falcon Head Coach Kevin Culjat says Meyering is out for six-to-eight weeks with a broken clavical. He says the loss will have a huge effect on the way they do things.

 

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In the meantime, Glen Bertlesen has stepped in to fill his shoes.

 

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St. Albert, in their first two games has rushed for 402 yards on 73 carries for an average of 5.6 yards a carry, and are 10-for-26 in the air.

 

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And Coach Culjat and his Falcons are preparing for a  Logan-Magnolia team that likes to run the football.

 

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Coach Culjat says special teams and defense will play a big part in deciding the outcome.

 

Logan-Magnolia Head Coach Matt Straight is impressed with his football team’s balance this season. The Panthers have dominated the opposition outscoring them 99-20 in their first two games.

 

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And all that offense comes from a potent running game. The Panthers in that “Wishbone Offense”  have executed 92 plays in their first two games and 84 of them have been on the ground led by Brady Charbonneau who has rushed for 219 yards on 22 carries. Riley Wohlers has toted the pigskin 17 times for 190 yards.

 

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Coach Straight says they are preparing for another very skilled Falcon football team.

 

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Straight says his team needs to play physical to have any success at all.

 

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Coach Straight says his team needs to control the ball and keep it out of St. Albert’s hands because the Falcons have a tendency to play fast and score on big plays.

 

(Note: St. Albert has won 53-straight district football games).

 

Kick-off is set for 7:00 at Logan

 

September 11, 2014       

 

 

 

 

 

Adair-Casey Opens up District Play against Northeast Hamilton


(Adair) Adair-Casey and Northeast Hamilton, both (1-1), face off Friday night  in an 8-player district seven football game.  The Bombers bounced back last week with a 64-48 win over Nishnabotna after dropping their opener two weeks ago to CAM 48-24.

 

Bomber Head Coach Chris Bireline says the team showed a lot of progress last Friday night.

 

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However, Coach Bireline says they still have some work to do on defense.

 

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The Bombers have been preparing for a Northeast Hamilton team that has some size and likes to power to the ball up the middle.

 

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Coach Bireline says Northeast Hamilton is not comfortable with running the football and so far they  run the ball 95-percent of the time.

 

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The Bombers bring a more balanced offensive attack to the game. Connor Westergard is 17-31 passing for 293 yards and four touchdowns. The Bombers have carried the ball 83-times for 468 yards. Charlie Terry leads the Bombers rushing attack with 48 carries for 319 yards and three touchdowns, and one pass reception for a TD. Emmitt Wheatley leads the team in receiving with seven catches for 139 yards and two touchdowns.

 

Kick off is slated for 7:00 p.m. at Bomber Field.

 

September 12, 2014

Exira-EHK Starts District Schedule against River Valley


(Exira) (2-0) Exira-EHK begins district play tonight against (1-1) River Valley.  The Spartans have been dominating through the first two weeks of the season. They have outscored the opposition 134-18. Spartan Head Coach Tom Petersen.

 

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The Spartans offensive has put up some impressive numbers.  In the first two games they have piled up nearly 1,000 total yards; 208 passing and 757 rushing. Drew Peppers leads the charge with 365 yards on just 32 carries and Jared Hansen has rushed 15 times for 118.

 

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Next up is River Valley. They lost their opener to M-M-C 17-6 and came back last week and routed Remson-Union 44-6.

 

 Coach Petersen on the challenge this team will pose for his ball club.

 

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Coach Petersen says winning the battle in the trenches on both sides of the ball. And the defensive backfield has to be on their game are the keys for success.

 

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Kick off is slated for 7:00 p.m. at Exira.

 

September 12, 2014

Atlantic and Glenwood Square off in Class 3A District Opener


 

(Glenwood) Atlantic opens their district football season at Glenwood Friday night.

 

Both teams are (1-1) going into this one. The Rams topped Red Oak 41-24 in week one and fell short to Council Thomas Jefferson, 42-41 in overtime last week. The Trojans lost to Clarinda 60-14 in the season opener but bounced back nicely last week with a 25-20 win over Denison/Schleswig.

 

Atlantic Head Coach Eric Waldstein said his teams’ much improved effort against the Monarchs.

 

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The Trojans jumped out to a 19-0 first half lead and then hung on to win 25-20.

 

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Coach Waldstein says the Rams run a similar type offense.

 

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Glenwood Head Coach Corey Faust in his second year at the helm says despite the overtime loss to T.J. last week he was pretty impressed with the way his team handled themselves.

 

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Coach Faust says they return seven starters from a year ago and have a lot of youth on the team. Including Sophomore Quarterback Kolten Wilwerding.

 

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Coach Faust noticed Atlantic’s jump in improvement from week one to week two.

 

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Atlantic Quarterback Joey Walker rushed for 68 yards last week and scored the Trojans first three touchdowns. So far this season Rams sophomore Quarterback Kolten Wilwerding is 17-35 passing for 289 yards and six touchdowns. He has also carried the ball 38-times for 99 yards.

 

Kick-off is slated for 7:30. We will have the game on 95.7 FM. Pregame at 6:45.

 

September 12, 2014

Riverside Opens Up WIC Schedule with Treynor


(Oakland) There's a full slate of Western Iowa Conference Volleyball games tonight. Logan-Magnolia gets together with IKM-Manning, AHSTW travels to Underwood, Audubon locks horns with Tri-Center, Griswold meets Missouri Valley, and Riverside will host Treynor.

 

Riverside coach Mandy Reynolds says her team's goal this season is to be competetive with every team on the schedule. Her squad comes in at 1-1. Through four sets played, Shayenne Smith has posted 18 kills. She also leads the team in digs with 12. Grace Gleaves has posted an impressive 33/33 from the service line with 7 aces. 

 

Treynor already has 11 matches under their belt and have gone 7-4 in that span. 

 

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Audubon Running at Greene County Meet Thursday


(Audubon) The Audubon Wheeler cross country squads are gearing up for their second meet of the season today at Greene County.

 

Head coach Pete Damel says the team is still learning to run a meet at the right pace all the way through. Audubon has just one competition under their belt, a meet at West Central Valley last Thursday. The girls team placed fifth at the meet and the boys team didn't qualify a team score.

 

Mitchell Nelsen led the boys squad with an 8th place finish the first time out and Andrew Malloy placed 12th. Also running for the Wheelers were Joseph Remsburg (20th) and Kade Jensen (33rd.) Carmen Malloy was the top girls finisher at the first meet with a 5th place showing and Ruby Johnson placed 17th.

 

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