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FOURTH STRAIGHT WIN PUTS ST. ALBERT AT 5-1


(Council Bluffs) St. Albert opened up the playbook in Week 6 and ended up with their highest passing total of the season during their 44-6 win over Treynor.

 

Quarterback Tucker Culjat found six different receivers connecting on 10 of his 15 pass attempts for 137 yards and three scores. The Falcons were also efficient in the running game with Cole Herr picking up 105 yards on only 13 carries.

 

St. Albert will step outside the disrict next week when they play at Red Oak. The final two district games are against Nodaway Valley and Missouri Valley. The remaining teams on the district schedule are a combined 2-10 overall.

SPORTS SPOTLIGHT HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL RANKINGS FOLLOWING WEEK 6


CLASS 4A
1-Ankeny (6-0) (1)
2-Iowa City West (6-0) (2)
3-Cedar Rapids Xavier (6-0) (3)
4-Pleasant Valley (6-0) (4)
5-Cedar Falls (6-0) (5)
6-Urbandale (5-1) (6)
7-Dowling Catholic (4-2) (8)
8-Southeast Polk (4-2) (9)
9-West Des Moines Valley (4-2) (NR)
10-Sioux City East (6-1) (NR)

 

Watch List: Bettendorf (4-2), Davenport Assumption (5-1), Muscatine (5-1)
 

CLASS 3A
1-Decorah (6-0) (1)
2-Grinnell (6-0) (2)
3-Bishop Heelan (Sioux City) (6-0) (3)
4-Norwalk (6-0) (4)
5-Williamsburg (5-1) (7)
6-Boone (6-0) (8)
7-Marion (5-1) (NR)
8-A-D-M (Adel) (5-1) (6)
9-Creston/Orient-Macksburg (5-1) (9)

10-Solon (5-1) (10)

 

Watch List: Atlantic (4-2), Harlan (5-1), Lewis Central (Council Bluffs) (5-1)


CLASS 2A
1-Boyden-Hull/Rock Valley (6-0) (1)
2-Mediapolis (6-0) (2)
3-Kuemper Catholic (Carroll) (6-0) (3)
4-West Marshall (State Center) (6-0) (4)
5-Spirit Lake (5-1) (5)
6-Union (LaPorte City) (5-1) (6)
7-Beckman (Dyersville) (5-1) (7)
8-Bondurant-Farrar (6-0) 8)
9-New Hampton (6-0) (9)
10-Center Point-Urbana (5-1) (10)

 

Watch List: Albia (5-1), Davis County (Bloomfield) (5-1), Odebolt-Arthur/Battle Creek-Ida Grove (5-1), Waukon (5-1)
 

CLASS 1A
1-Iowa City Regina (6-0) (1)
2-Emmetsburg (5-1)  (2)
3-IKM-Manning (6-0) (7)
4-South Winneshiek (Calmar) (6-0) (4)
5-St. Edmond (Fort Dodge) (5-1) (3)
6-St. Albert (Council Bluffs) (5-1) (6)
7-Aplington-Parkersburg (5-1) (8)
8-Dike-New Hartford (6-0) (9)
9-Saint Ansgar (5-1) (10)
10-Mount Ayr (6-0) (NR)

 

Watch List: Maquoketa Valley (Dehli) (5-1), Ogden (4-2), Pella Christian (5-1), South O'Brien (Paulina) (5-1), Sumner-Fredericksburg (4-2), Van Meter (5-1), West Branch (4-2)
 

CLASS A
1-Wapsie Valley (Fairbank) (6-0) (1)
2-Woodward-Granger (6-0) (2)
3-West Hancock (Britt) (5-1) (3)
4-North Tama (Traer) (6-1) (4)
5-Akron-Westfield (6-0) (5)
6-West Lyon (Inwood) (5-1) (7)
7-Pekin (6-0) (8)
8-Lisbon (5-1) (10)
9-Logan-Magnolia (5-1) (NR)
10-Hinton (4-2) (NR)


Watch List: Belle Plaine (5-1), Lawton-Bronson (5-1), Lone Tree (4-2), Lynnville-Sully (4-2), Madrid (4-2), Newman Catholic (Mason City) (4-2), Starmont (Arlington (5-1), Woodbury Central (Moville) (4-2)
 

CLASS 8-Player
1-Don Bosco (Gilbertville) (6-0) (1)
2-Newell-Fonda (6-0) (2)
3-Murray (6-0) (4)
4-Sidney (6-0) (8)
5-Fremont-Mills (Tabor) (5-1) (3)

6-Clarksville (5-1) (6)
7-Exira/Elk Horn-Kimballton (6-0) (7)
8-H-L-V (Victor) (6-0) (9)
9-Adair-Casey (6-1) (10)
10-Wayne (Corydon) (6-0) (NR)
10-Preston (5-1) (10)


Watch List: Glidden-Ralston (5-2), Janesville (5-2), Marcus-Meriden-Cleghorn (6-0), Melcher-Dallas (5-1), Springville (5-1), West Central (Maynard) (6-1)

 

HIGH SCHOOL VOLLEYBALL SCORES FROM SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 29


Council Bluffs, Abraham Lincoln 21-21, Council Bluffs, Thomas Jefferson 15-17
Council Bluffs, Abraham Lincoln 21-21, Denison-Schleswig 10-11
Harlan 21-21, Boone 18-14
Harlan 21-21, Eddyville-Blakesburg 14-17
Harlan 21-21, Knoxville 11-13
Harlan 25-25, Newton 17-15
Kuemper Catholic, Carroll 13-21-15, Council Bluffs, Abraham Lincoln 21-18-12
Kuemper Catholic, Carroll 21-18-15, Lewis Central 18-21-13
Kuemper Catholic, Carroll 21-21, Sergeant Bluff-Luton 18-9
Kuemper Catholic, Carroll 21-21, St. Albert, Council Bluffs 18-12
LeMars 21-21, Missouri Valley 12-16
LeMars 22-15-15, Lewis Central 20-21-12
Lewis Central 21-16-15, Council Bluffs, Abraham Lincoln 13-21-7
Lewis Central 21-21, Missouri Valley 17-19
Missouri Valley 21-21, Denison-Schleswig 5-15
Red Oak 21-19-15, A-H-S-T, Avoca 9-21-10
Red Oak 21-19-15, Tri-Center, Neola 12-21-11
Red Oak 21-21, Adair-Casey 19-20
Red Oak 21-21, Glenwood 14-19
Red Oak 21-21, Riverside, Oakland 11-12
Sergeant Bluff-Luton 21-23, Denison-Schleswig 14-21
Sergeant Bluff-Luton 21-23, St. Albert, Council Bluffs 11-21
Sergeant Bluff-Luton 22-21, Missouri Valley 20-14
Tri-Center, Neola 21-21, Adair-Casey 17-11
Tri-Center, Neola 21-21, A-H-S-T, Avoca 7-16
Tri-Center, Neola 21-21, Riverside, Oakland 6-15
Tri-Center, Neola 21-21-15, Glenwood 23-14-11

BEDFORD NOTCHES WIN OVER MARTENSDALE ST MARY'S


(Bedford) The Class A District 7 playoff picture continues to be cloudy. Previously ranked Martensdale-St Marys and Madrid each suffered losses in Week 6 which appears to make things look even more wide open for the four playoff spots.

 

The Martensdale St Mary's Week 6 loss came to a Bedford team that is now tied for second in the district with a 3-1 mark. It was  big bounce back win for the Bulldogs as it came just one week after their 42-43 overtime loss.

 

Cole Bonde ran for 174 of Bedford's 251 rushing yards. Sophomore Noah Thornton led th defensive effort with a team high 16 tackles. All three of Bedford's wins this season have been by one score.

 

The win was key for Bedford's playoff positioning because the Bulldogs still have two of the district's top teams on the schedule. Woodward-Granger leads the pack while Madrid and Bedford are tied for second place. Woodward-Academy and Audubon each have a pair of district losses. Earlham and Martensdale-St Marys will need some help to get in with three district losses so far.

ROUGH 2ND HALF DOOMS HARLAN IN FIRST LOSS OF THE YEAR


(Harlan) Harlan head coach Curt Bladt commented before the Creston/OM game that his team was entering the most difficult part of their schedule. They found that out the hard way Friday night with a 34-14 loss in Creston.

 

The Panthers raced out early to a 13-0 lead only to see Harlan take the advantage 14-13 by halftime. After the break it was all Creston/OM, as the Panthers took a 20-14 lead with 3:41 left in the third. The defending district champions tacked on two fourth quarter touchdowns to win it 34-14.

 

Harlan struggled to establish the running game, they were let by Anthony Hopkins 37 yards on 15 carries. In the passing department Adam Juhl hit seven different targets on his way to 225 yards but also tossed three interceptions. Nate Kloewer had a big night in the loss with four catches for 82 yards and a touchdown.

 

Despite the loss there were some impressive defensive efforts for the Cyclones. Jeff Flies (20), Nick Kornischuck (17), Adam Zaccone (15), Connor Clayton (12), and Shawn Schaben (10) all finished in double figures in tackles.

 

Harlan's first district loss does not drop them in the district standings as ADM also lost. Lewis Central, ADM, Creston/OM, and Harlan all have one loss in the district. The Cyclones host Lewis Central, travel to Atlantic, and host ADM to finish out the regular season.

 

 

WEST CENTRAL VALLEY EMERGING AS A TOP TEAM IN CLASS 1A D-8


(Stuart) St. Albert leads Class 1A District 8 with a 4-0 District mark, but if the Falcons experience an unforeseen stumble there are three teams lurking right behind. Those teams with one district loss are Panorama, Tri-Center, and West Central Valley. West Central Valley may be the biggest surprise of the bunch coming off of their 3-6 showing in 211. The Wildcats are a team that ended last season on a five game losing streak, but flipped the switch when the calendar turned to 2012.

 

West Central Valley has quickly flushed away the taste of last year's 3-6 campaign with a 4-2 start this season. Most recently it was a 50-14 win over Missouri Valley. Ryan Joint, Clayton Scott, and Tanner Ruhland all intercepted a pass in the win which was the Wildcats second straight victory.

 

An extemely balanced running game has been a key to the turnaround. Five different Wildcats have run for at least 200 yards this season. In the Week 6 win against Missouri Valley it was Chris Irlmeier and Alex Arnburg who stood out. Irlmeier went for 118 yards on only 6 carries and had 2 touchdowns. Arnburg scored three times on 8 carries for 95 yards.

 

It will likely take all nine weeks of the regular season before playoff seeds are determined. The Wildcats oppose Panorama this week and Tri-Center in Week 9.

DOUG HOKE'S BIG NIGHT LEADS TRI-CENTER TO 4TH WIN


(Neola) Tri-Center bounced back in a big way during Week 6. The Trojan's were coming off of an 11 point loss to St. Albert the previous week and left little doubt that they were goin to get back into the win column. They trounced Nodaway Valley 57-7. It's the third time this season they have put up at least 50 points.

 

On only six carries, senior Doug Hoke was able to post 147 yards rushing and found his way into the end zone two times. One TD came on a 43 yard run and the other was a 46 yard punt return. Hoke also caught one ball for 57 yards. Add it all up and the speedster had 250 all-purpose yards with an average of 31.25 yards per touch. Quarterback Britton Barier had another efficient night. The four year starter passed only 4 times but completed two of them for 60 yards and one touchdown. His big production came on special teams where he returned a kickoff for 84 yards and a punt for 15. 328 yards was what Tri-Center ended up with as a team. Ben Wellman was a big part of that with 93 yards and three scores.

 

Tri-Center goes to 4-2 overall. Nodaway Valley is stilling for their first win of the season. Missouri Valley, Panorama, and West Central Valley remain on Tri-Center's schedule.

FIVE GAME LOSING STREAK ENDS FOR STANTON


(Stanton) Stanton Vikings football fans are experiencing a season unlike any other that they have seen in a long, long time if ever. After being among the state's most elite eight-player programs for the past decade, declining numbers caught up with the football squad this year in their 0-5 start.

 

Fortunately for the Vikings they were able to rise from the ranks of the winless teams with a 20-16 win over Essex/South Page. Jeff Marshall ran for 165 yards on 31 carries on offense. He was also very busy on defense with 20 tackles and one fumble recovery which he returned for a touchdown from 8 yards out. Marshall also added an interception adding to his terrific season he's has so far, he ranks 4th in 8-player football with is 92 tackles on the season.

 

Cade Confer and Kyle Peterson also stood out on  both sides of the ball. They each ran for a TD and combined for 32 tackles. Austin Bechtold added 16 tackles as the Stanton defense gave up their lowest amount of points all year long. Their previous low was 39 in the season opener.

 

Stanton has a tough road ahead to close out the regular season schedule. They'll take on CAM, Sidney, and Nishnabotna over the next three weeks. We will broadcast the Stanton at CAM game this Friday night on KSOM.

CARROLL GETS BACK ON TRACK AFTER 0-4 START, BEATS SPENCER 28-7


(Carroll) From 0-4 to making the playoffs? That could end up being the case this year's Carroll Tiger football team.

 

Being called the best 0-4 team in the state was not exactly something the Carroll Tiger players and coaches were hoping for the this season. Turnovers doomed the Carroll Tigers early in the season and the team sputtered out of the gates going into Week 5 as a surprisingly winless team.

 

The silver lining for coach Dennis McCartin and the Tigers was the fact that only one of those losses was in district play. Carroll was able to get over the hump in Week 5 with a 28-14 win at Storm Lake and continued the momentum into Week 6 with a 28-7 win against 2011 playoff qualifier Spencer. In the win over Spencer the Tiger's Anthony Beyerink (127) and Nate Johnston (134) both topped the century mark on the ground.

 

The two straight victory means Carroll's playoff hopes are not yet over. Perhaps the Tiger's biggest test of the season comes next week whe they travel to undefeated Bishop Heelan Catholic. In Class 3A District 2 Heelan is alone in first place, Carroll and LeMars each have one loss, and hanging close are Denison-Schleswig and Spencer with two distrit losses.

GRISWOLD DEFENSE PITCHES SHUTOUT IN TIGERS THIRD STRAIGHT WIN


(Griswold) Griswold's defense has been a strength all season long and on Friday night against West Monona they were able to pick up their first shutout of the season. Griswold has nowwon three games in a row to improve to 4-2 while West Monona stays winless.

 

The Tiger offense controlled the clock with a fierce rushing attack. The team picked up 309 of their 324 total yards on the ground. Kenneth Clary led the way with 156 yards and three TD's. Tyler Muhlbauer and Caleb Schaaf also added rushing scores for Griswold as the Tigers go to 3-1 in District play. They stand one game behind co-district leaders Underwood and Logan-Magnolia.

 

Josh Metheny and Collin Fast were the two top tacklers  in the shutout. Metheny, who had 22 tackles a week ago, notched 14 stops from his linebacker position. Collin Fast posted 10 tackles and Caleb Schaaf returned an interception 30 yards for a TD. Shaaf's pick was one of four turnovers that the defense forced as Mason Anstey, Morgan Kimpson, and Brighton Brandt all had fumble recoveries.

 

Up next for Griswold is a 1-5 Riverside squad. The Tigers have two of their final three games at home including a dual with district unbeated Logan-Magnolia in Griswold in Week 9.

AUDUBON CAPS OFF HOMECOMING WEEK WITH WIN OVER GUTHRIE CENTER


(Audubon) The Audubon Wheeler football team put on a quality showing in front of a big homecoming crowd during their 32-7 win against Guthrie Center.

 

Audubon needed only 1:40 to march down the field on their opening drive and scored on a Jesse Svoboda six yard touchdown run. Guthrie Center answered right back with an 87 yard scoring drive that ate up 9:04 on the clock. Gavin Laughery tied the game at 7-7 with his three yard touchdown plunge.

 

From the second quarter on the Audubon Wheelers took over. Audubon's defense was able to limit Guthrie Center the rest of the way and the offensive line opened up big holes for Lucas Smith-Petersen and Trevor Smith to run through. Smith-Peterson ran for over 100 yards and 2 TD's. Smith broke off several long runs in addition to a pair of touchdown passes. The sophomore quarterback hit Colby Rattenborg from 8 yards out in the 2nd quarter and the found Drew Christensen on an 11 yard hookup in the third.

 

Audubon stays alive in the playoff hunt at 3-3 overall and 2-2 in the district. Guthrie Center falls to 0-6.

ATLANTIC UPSETS UNDEFEATED ADM


(Atlantic) The price of a ticket at the Atlantic/ADM football game Friday night was well worth it! The game, filled with a number of ebbs and flows, ended on a missed field goal with the (4-2) Trojans pulling off a 28-27 upset win over (5-1) ADM.

 

The Tigers scored 21 unanswered points in the second half and led 27-20. ADM, driving fumbled the ball on the Trojan 48-yard line with 4:57 seconds to play. On the first play that followed the turnover, Senior Quarterback Harrison Hoegh hit Sam Markham on a 34-yard pass to the Tiger 13. Two plays later Jacob Dvorak scored from the Tiger 6 to bring Atlantic within one point, 27-26. The Trojan Coaching staff gambled with a two-point conversion and it paid off. Hoegh hit Markham on a slant in the end zone to give the Trojans a 28-27 lead.

 

ADM drove into Trojan Territory but the drive stalled and a fourth down with :15 seconds left to play the Tigers attempted a 43-yard field goal but it went wide left and Atlantic ran the clock for the win.

 

Harrison Hoegh finished the night 20-29 yards passing for 340-yards and three touchdowns. Jordan Grove, ADM’s workhorse carried the ball just over 40-times for 315-yards.

 

The Trojans led 14-6 at the end of the first half on two-touchdown passes from Harrison Hoegh to Sam Markham for 8  and 54-yards. The Tiger score came on the legs of Grove from 20-yards out. Atlantic extended the lead to 20-6 early third quarter on a 56-yard pass play from Hoegh to Dalton Franken.

 

But ADM responded with 21-unanswered points to lead 27-20. Jordan Grove scored on a three yard run. Tiger Quarterback Kyle Herrick fired a 70-yard bomb to Tate Jensen, and Herrick punched one in from one yard out. But the turnover gave the Trojans new life and they took advantage of it and pulled off the upset 28-27.

 

Atlantic now (4-2, 1-2), heads to Perry next Friday night. ADM (5-1, 2-1) will play Lewis Central.

 

Click here to listen to the post game interview with Atlantic Head Coach Nick Ross

 

September 29, 2012

FRIDAY NIGHT, SEPTEMBER 28 FOOTBALL SCORES:


CLASS 4A:

 

Division 1

Des Moines, Abraham Lincoln 55, Council Bluffs, Thomas Jefferson 28
Sioux City, East 43, Indianola 0
Valley, West Des Moines 28, Urbandale 25

 

Division 4

Des Moines, East 48, Council Bluffs, Abraham Lincoln 13

CLASS 3A:

 

District 1

Atlantic 28, ADM, Adel 27
Glenwood 35, Sergeant Bluff-Luton 15 (ND)
Lewis Central 21, Perry 0
Harlan at Creston 34, Harlan 14

 

District 2

Bishop Heelan Catholic, Sioux City 45, Storm Lake 0
Carroll 28, Spencer 7
Glenwood 35, Sergeant Bluff-Luton 15 (ND)
LeMars 24, Denison-Schleswig 21

CLASS 2A:

 

District 8

Greene County 20, Roland-Story, Story City 6 (ND)
Kuemper Catholic, Carroll 55, Shenandoah 0
OA-BCIG 63, Clarinda Academy 20
Red Oak 35, Clarinda 14

CLASS 1A:

 

District 2

IKM-Manning 7, St. Edmond, Fort Dodge 6
Manson Northwest Webster 30, Sioux Central, Sioux Rapids 26
Pocahontas Area 32, North Union 30 (ND)
Ridge View 29, Maple Valley-Anthon-Oto 28

 

District 8

Panorama, Panora 34, Des Moines Christian 0 (ND)
St. Albert, Council Bluffs 44, Treynor 6
Tri-Center, Neola 54, Nodaway Valley 7
West Central Valley, Stuart 50, Missouri Valley 14

 

CLASS A:

 

District 7

Audubon 32, Guthrie Center 7
Bedford 20, Martensdale-St. Marys 13 (OT)
Woodward Academy 34, Madrid 24
Woodward-Granger 49, Earlham 14

District 8

A-H-S-T, Avoca 21, Riverside, Oakland 6
Griswold 48, West Monona, Onawa 0
Logan-Magnolia 49, Westwood, Sloan 7
Underwood 28, East Mills 19

 

CLASS 8:

 

District 6

Adair-Casey 64, Grandview Park Baptist, Des Moines 6
Colo-Nesco 73, Mormon Trail, Garden Grove 14
Lamoni 50, East Union, Afton 48
Meskwaki Settlement School 64, Ankeny Christian Academy 62 (ND)
Murray 64, Moravia 6 (ND)

 

District 7

Boyer Valley, Dunlap 72, Heartland Christian 0
EHK-Exira 63, Coon Rapids-Bayard 35
Glidden-Ralston 62, Charter Oak-Ute 12
Woodbine 49, Ar-We-Va, Westside 12

 

District 8

CAM, Anita 60, Lenox 20
Stanton 20, Essex 16

West Harrison 68 Nishnabotna 26

Sidney 31 Fremont-Mills 30
Corning 34 Villisca 32

GRISWOLD GIRLS AND SHENANDOAH-ESSEX BOYS CONTINUE GREAT CROSS COUNTRY SEASONS


(Shenandoa) Several ranked teams were on display last night at the cross country meet in Shenandoah. Shenendoah-Essex and Griswold claimed team titles.

 

Class 1A's #1 ranked girls cross country team showed once again why they are deserving of that rankings. The Tigers produced the individual champion and runner-up. Rebekah Topham and Jordyn Sindt went 1-2 once again. Alyx Flippin also came through with a fourth place finish for Griswold.

 

Shenandoah-Essex, ranked 15th in Class 2A boys, will likely be moving up the next time the rankings come out. The Mustangs were led by Sean Skillern and Zac McCoy going 1-2. Finishing 4th for Shenandoah Essex was Nate Hoyt, and Joe Blake was 7th.

 

Click here to view the boys and girls individual results from Shenandoah

 

 

UPDATED HIGH SCHOOL VOLLEYBALL RANKINGS


Class 1A

  1. Grundy Center
  2. Holy Trinity Catholic
  3. Tripoli
  4. Janesville
  5. Central Lyon
  6. Stanton
  7. LeMars Gehlen Catholic
  8. Bellevue Marquette Catholic
  9. Preston
  10. Bedford
  11. East Union
  12. New London
  13. West Bend-Mallard
  14. Lisbon
  15. Grandview Park-Baptist

Class 2A

  1. Dike-New Hartford
  2. Western Christian
  3. West Branch
  4. Council Bluffs St. Albert
  5. Kuemper Catholic
  6. Treynor
  7. Lake Mills
  8. Woodward-Granger
  9. Hinton
  10. Ridge View
  11. Durant
  12. Denver
  13. Eddyville-Blakesburg
  14. Sumner-Fredericksburg
  15. Maple Valley-Anthon-Oto

Class 3A

  1. Mediapolis
  2. Davenport Assumption
  3. Sioux Center
  4. Nevada
  5. West Liberty
  6. Mount Vernon
  7. MOC-Floyd Valley
  8. Unity Christian
  9. Union
  10. East Sac
  11. Cascade
  12. ADM
  13. Red Oak
  14. Clarinda
  15. Dyersville Beckman Catholic

Class 4A

  1. Sioux City Bishop Heelan
  2. Charles City
  3. Harlan
  4. Waverly-Shell Rock
  5. North Scott
  6. Solon
  7. Cedar Rapids Xavier
  8. West Delaware
  9. Maquoketa
  10. Marion
  11. Fairfield
  12. Dubuque Wahlert
  13. Oskaloosa
  14. Lewis Central
  15. LeMars

Class 5A

  1. Ankeny
  2. Pleasant Valley
  3. Iowa City High
  4. Dubuque Hempstead
  5. Urbandale
  6. Dowling Catholic
  7. Clinton
  8. Bettendorf
  9. Cedar Falls
  10. Johnston
     

CROSS COUNTRY RESULTS FROM PERRY LEON FOX INVITE


Boys Class A

  1. Boone 23
  2. Dallas Center-Grimes 70
  3. Bondurant-Farrar 90
  4. Creston 156
  5. ADM 158
  6. Perry 159
  7. Carlisle 191
  8. Winterset 200
  9. Saydel 204
  10. Atlantic 207

Class B Boys

  1. Guthrie Center 74
  2. Woodward-Academy 75
  3. Roland-Story 114
  4. Earlham 129
  5. Greene County 141
  6. Nodaway Valley 143
  7. Panorama 145
  8. Ogden 161

Click here for the complete boys results from the meet at Perry

 

Class A Girls

  1. Winterset 68
  2. Creston 71
  3. ADM 73
  4. Dallas Center-Grimes 104
  5. Perry 129
  6. Bondurant-Farrar 150
  7. Atlantic 167
  8. Carlisle 201
  9. Boone 223
  10. Saydel 257

 

Class B Girls

  1. Earlham 41
  2. Roland-Story 58
  3. Madrid 110
  4. Greene County 111
  5. Panorama 131
  6. West Central Valley 154
  7. Odgen 159
  8. Guthrie Center 161
  9. Van Meter 163

Click here for the complete girls results from the meet at Perry

HIGH SCHOOL VOLLEYBALL SCORES FROM THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 27


Des Moines Christian 21-21, Van Meter 16-10
Exira-EHK 26-25-25-26, Ankeny Christian Academy 28-14-17-24
Grandview Park Baptist 25-25-25, Orient-Macksburg 13-6-13
Newton 21-21, Des Moines Christian 16-19
Newton 21-21, Iowa Christian Academy 5-6
Newton 21-21, Van Meter 16-9
Nishnabotna 20-25-25-25, Villisca 25-14-18-17
Perry 25-30-25-23-15, Dallas Center-Grimes 15-32-21-25-11
Red Oak 25-16-25-16-15, Clarinda 16-25-22-25-11
Stanton 25-25-25, Essex 16-14-10
Underwood 25-26-14-25, Missouri Valley 17-24-25-18
Van Meter 21-21, Iowa Christian Academy 12-7

 

SHORTHANDED AUDUBON HOSTS GUTHRIE CENTER IN HOMECOMING GAME


(Audubon) It's homecoming in Audubon this week and the Wheeler football team will be looking to do something that they haven't been able to accomplish since the 2010 season--that's win back-to-back games.

 

Audubon downed Bedford in wild 43-42 overtime game last week and now host a Guthrie Center team that is 0-5.

 

Audubon will be playing without their top two running backs who also happen to be two of their three linebackers. The lineup changes will force the Wheelers to shift things around on both offense and defense. Head coach Monte Reibhoff says Lucas Smith-Petersen will start at running back and the defense will shift to a 5-3 front. The good news for Audubon is that one of their leading tackler, Kolton Jensen, returns from injury this week.

 

Coach Reibhoff warns his team that Guthrie Center is better than their 0-5 record shows. The Tigers were without three key players in their narrow loss last week to Woodward-Academy and played stride-for-stride with Bedford the prior week.

 

Click here for the interview with Audubon coach Monte Reibhoff

DISTRICT TITLE ON THE LINE WHEN IKM-MANNING HEADS TO ST. EDMOND


(Manning) All eyes in Class 1A District 2 this week are on the IKM-Manning and Fort Dodge, St. Edmond game. Both teams are ranked in the top ten and both are undefeated. The winner won't secure a district championship, but they will put themselves in the driver's seat heading into the final three weeks of the regular season.

 

IKM-Manning's strong defense will be faced with perhaps their toughest test of the year. The Wolve's have only given up 15 point per game, but now they face a St. Edmond offense that has scored over 40 points in three of their five games. St. Edmond's offensive damage has come on the ground as running backs Alex Merigle's 924 yards ranks 4th in the state.

 

The Wolves have a strong running game of their own, one that ran for over 230 yards in the 35-6 win over Sioux Central, Sioux Rapids last week. Shayne Wiese, Scott Opperman, Devontay Hocken, Cody Eischeid and Sam Wegner have all run for at least 198 yards on the season.

 

Coaches on both sides have indicated IKM-Manning has a size advantage up front, but St. Edmond has a quick defensive and offensive line. Finding out whether the size or speed wins out will go a long ways in deciding this big district title showdown.

 

Click here for the interview with IKM-Manning co-coach Tom Casey

STRONG PLAY CONTINUING FOR NODAWAY VALLEY VOLLEYBALL


(Greenfield) In the Pride of Iowa conference Tuesday night it was Nodaway Valley downing Mount Ayr in four sets. Nodaway Valley was victories in the first, third, and fourth sets (25-20, 18-25, 25-21, and 25-21).

 

Christine Gross led the team with nine kills. Sydney Reeves and Shelby Venteicher combined for 22 digs in Nodaway Valley's seventh win of the season.

 

Nodaway Valley has won four of their last five matches heading into next Tuesday's matchup with 2-19 Lenox.

ONE BIG TEST PASSED, ANOTHER AHEAD FOR EXIRA-EHK


(Exira) Exira-EHK picked up a huge victory last Friday night when they doubled up on Glidden-Ralston 40-20. They were able to overcome early turnovers to get teh win which keeps Exira-EHK undefeated and puts them in the driver's seat for a district championship.

 

Exira-EHK rumbled for 358 yards in the big win. Drew Peppers went for 166 yards and two scores while Trey Sander totaled 160 yards and three scores. Nick Peppers saw limited carries due to an ankle injury but still added 32 yards plus 16 tackles defensively.

 

The Spartan's remaining schedule features district games against Coon Rapids-Bayard, Ar-We-Va, and Heartland Christian. Coon Rapids-Bayard this week could likely be the biggest hurdle standing in the way of an undefeated regular seasons for the Spartans.

 

Exira-EHK Coach Tom Petersen says the Crusader's air-oriented attack is unlike any team they have seen so far this year. Coon Rapids-Bayard's 1,376 passing yards ranks #1 in 8-Player football and has been putting pressure on defenses all season.

 

Click here for the interview with Exira-EHK coach Tom Petersen

 

 

 

 

TRI-CENTER PICKS UP THREE SET SWEEP OVER GRISWOLD


(Neola) In Western Iowa Conference volleyball on Tuesday night the Tri-Center Trojans took down the Griswold Tigers in straight sets. Tri-Center goes to 10-6 on the season with Tuesday's victory.

 

Six foot senior Shelby Sullivan posted nine kills while Malory Christensen and Morgan Sullivan each had five. Emily Baatz delivered a team high twenty-three assists and went eighteen for nineteen behind the service line with five aces.

 

Another conference matchup for Tri-Center comes up tomorrow (Thursday) night against AHST.

KEY GAME COMING UP FOR CAM IN WEEK 6


(Anita) The Cam Cougar Football team has been firing on all cylanders in recent weeks. Following a 49-16 loss to defending state champion Fremont-Mills, the Cougars have responded in a big way.

 

In back to back weeks the team has picked up two road wins. In Week 4 it was 56-22 over Villisca and last week it was 46-16 over Essex-South Page. Junior Running Back Dylan Amdor tacked 134 more rushing yards onto his 2012 total in last weeks win. Amdor ranks 12th in the state in rushing yards. As a team, CAM's 1,656 yards rushing ranks 7th in 8-Player football.

 

Week 6 brings a matchup against a 5-1 Lenox team. Lenox's lone loss this year came to an undefeated Sidney team. A CAM win and a Sidney loss to Fremont-Mills would put CAM and Sidney in a tie for 2nd place in the district behing Fremont-Mills.

 

Click here for the interview with CAM coach Joe Wollum

AUDUBON VOLLEYBALL NOTCHES ANOTHER VICTORY


(Audubon) Audubon was victorious for the seventh time in eight matches when they topped Riverside Tuesday night.

 

The Wheelers got 26 assists from junior setter Susie Bylund in the three game sweep. Set scores were 25-19, 25-15, and 25-11. Senior Allie Rustvold had eight kills while juniors Haillie Anthofer and Emily Nelsen each had five kills and four aces.

 

Audubon improves to 19-9 this season. The Wheelers will have a big test on Thursday when they play 5th ranked Treynor.

ADAIR-CASEY FOOTBALL TEAM LOOKING TO START NEW WIN STREAK


(Adair-Casey) The Adair-Casey Bombers had their twelve game regular season win streak napped by Murray in Week 5. The Bombers came up short, 64-26, and took a big hit to their hopes of a district championship.

 

Despite rushing for 293, including 144 from Clayton Plowman, the Bombers were unable to keep up with Murray's high-powered attack. Murray racked up 465 yards of total offense. Adair-Casey struggled through the air completing just 4 for 14 (14%) passes for 58 yards.

 

Adair-Casey will try to shake off their first loss of the season during thier homecoming game this Friday night. The Bombers will host 2-3 Grandview Park Baptist this week.

 

Following the homecoming game Adair-Casey will have a bye in Week 7 before finishing out the season with games against Ankeny Christian Academy and Coon Rapids-Bayard.

 

Click here for the interview with Adair-Casey coach Wade Anderson

HIGH SCHOOL VOLLEYBALL SCORES FROM TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 25


Adair-Casey 25-25-25, Exira-EHK 17-21-21
Glidden-Ralston 25-25-25, Iowa Christian Academy 9-22-13

 

Missouri Valley 25-25-25, A-H-S-T, Avoca 16-17-13
Tri-Center, Neola 25-25-25, Griswold 9-13-17

Audubon 25-25-25, Riverside, Oakland 19-15-11

 

Lewis Central 25-25-24-25, Creston 21-8-26-18
Shenandoah 25-25-25, Atlantic 12-9-17
Kuemper Catholic, Carroll 25-18-25-25, Red Oak 23-25-18-17

Clarinda 25-25-25, Denison-Schleswig 16-7-18

 

A-D-M, Adel 23-25-25-25, Winterset 25-21-18-20
Bondurant-Farrar 25-25-25, Dallas Center-Grimes 12-19-14
Boone 25-25-25, Ballard 13-9-15
Carroll 25-25-25, Perry 20-17-20

 

East Union 25-25-25, Corning 15-18-11
Nodaway Valley 25-18-25-25, Mount Ayr 20-25-21-21
Martensdale-St Marys 25-25-25, Central Decatur, Leon 19-14-23

Wayne 25-19-25-25, Southeast Warren, Liberty Center 23-25-10-22
Bedford 28-25-25-25, Lenox 30-10-12-15

 

West Central Valley, Stuart 22-25-25-13-15, Ogden 25-19-21-25-12
Van Meter 25-25-29-25, Panorama 19-19-31-15
Woodward-Granger 25-25-25, Madrid 13-18-7

Earlham 25-25-29, Coon Rapids-Bayard 22-22-27
 

West Monona 25-25-25, Charter Oak-Ute 13-13-10
OA-BCIG 17-23-25-25-15, St. Mary, Storm Lake 25-25-22-22-9
AR-WE-VA, Westside 25-21-25-25, West Harrison 14-25-19-4

 

Stanton 25-25-25, Nishnabotna 18-18-17
Villisca 25-25-25, Heartland Christian 16-17-15
Fremont-Mills 25-16-25-25, Sidney 21-25-18-22

East Mills 25-25-25, Clarinda Academy 5-7-7

 

St. Albert, Council Bluffs 25-25-25, Mercy 8-18-15
 

GUTHRIE CENTER BOYS AND EARLHAM GIRLS WIN AT ORIENT-MACKSBURG


Boys Team Scoring

  1. Guthrie Center 41
  2. Creston 56
  3. Atlantic 65
  4. Earlham 87

Click here for the complete boys results from Orient-Macksburg

 

Girls Team Scoring

  1. Earlham 42
  2. Creston 53
  3. Atlantic 81
  4. Audubon 103
  5. Guthrie Center 117
  6. Mount Ayr 170
  7. Bedford 217

Click here for the complete girls results from Orient-Macksburg

HIGH SCHOOL VOLLEYBALL SCORES FROM MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 24


AR-WE-VA, Westside 25-25, West Harrison 13-14
Bedford 25-25, Rockport 14-23
Bedford 25-25, Villisca 14-21
Earlham 25-22-25-25, Paton-Churdan 15-25-17-20
IKM-Manning 20-25-15, AR-WE-VA, Westside 25-17-13
Maple Valley-Anthon Oto 16-25-15, IKM-Manning 25-14-11
Maple Valley-Anthon Oto 19-25-15, Ridge View 25-18-13
Murray 27-26-25, Central Decatur, Leon 25-24-19
Ridge View 25-25, AR-WE-VA, Westside 21-10
Villisca 25-25, Rock Port, MO 14-21

HARLAN AT CRESTON-OM IS ONE OF TWO BIG SHOWDOWNS IN CLASS 3A DISTRICT 1 THIS WEEK


(Creston) A head to head matchup in Week 9 between Harlan and Creston/Orient-Macksburg determined the Class 3A District 1 title last season. Creston-OM won that game but Harlan got the last laugh with a deeper playoff run.

 

This year the two teams meet up in a Week 6 game that probably won’t determine the District Champion, but will have a big impact on both teams’ chances heading into the season’s final three weeks. Creston-OM head coach Brian Morrison downplays any thought that Harlan will be looking to return the favor after last year. Instead the Panthers are just focusing on the same thing they do every week, which is bettering themselves.

 

One of the things that set Creston-OM apart in their district championship last year was the play of their offensive and defensive lines. Controlling the line of scrimmage is a major emphasis for Coach Morrison and he says the team remains strong in that area.

 

At this point in the season either Creston-OM or Harlan could win the district title and/or either one could end up missing the playoffs. ADM and Harlan are the lone unbeatens in Class 3A District 1. Lewis Central and Creston-OM have each lost one district game and Atlantic is hanging in the race with two district losses.

 

Click here for the interview with Creston-OM coach Brian Morrison
 

CAM VOLLEYBALL TEAM HITS BYE WEEK WITH 5-10 RECORD


(Anita) After going 0-4 at the Corning Volleyball Tournament this weekend, the CAM Volleyball team has dropped to 5-10 this season.

 

The Cougars don’t have a single match on their schedule this week and the break comes at a good time of the year according to coach Zeli Rasmussen.

 

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CAM is adjusting this season from a 5-1 to a 6-2. Coach Rasmussen points out some of the players who have stood out in the new system.

 

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Emily Beerman leads the team in kills with 37, Ali Hosfelt has 100 assists, and Shelby Erickson has served up 21 aces.

 

The CAM volleyball team returns to conference action on the court next Tuesday night when they take on Exira-EHK.
 

SPORTS SPOTLIGHT WEEK 6 FOOTBALL RANKINGS


CLASS 4A
1-Ankeny (5-0) (1)
2-Iowa City West (5-0) (2)
3-Cedar Rapids Xavier (5-0) (3)
4-Pleasant Valley (5-0) (4)
5-Cedar Falls (5-0) (5)
6-Urbandale (5-0) (6)
7-Muscatine (5-0) (7)
8-Dowling Catholic (4-2) (9)
9-Southeast Polk (3-2) (NR)
10-Iowa City High (4-1) (10)

 

Watch List: Davenport Assumption (4-1), Sioux City East (5-1), Waukee (4-1), West Des Moines Valley (3-2)

 

CLASS 3A
1-Decorah (5-0) (1)
2-Grinnell (5-0) (2)
3-Bishop Heelan (Sioux City) (5-0) (3)
4-Norwalk (5-0) (5)
5-Harlan (5-0) (6)
6-A-D-M (Adel) (5-0) (7)

7-Williamsburg (4-1) (8)
8-Boone (5-0) (NR)
9-Creston/Orient-Macksburg (4-1) (9)
10-Solon (4-1) (10)


Watch List: Atlantic (3-2), Lewis Central (Council Bluffs) (4-1), Marion (4-1), Webster City (4-1), Winterset (4-1)

 

CLASS 2A
1-Boyden-Hull/Rock Valley (5-0) (2)
2-Mediapolis (5-0) (3)
3-Kuemper Catholic (Carroll) (5-0) (4)
4-West Marshall (State Center) (6-0) (5)
5-Spirit Lake (4-1) (1)
6-Union (LaPorte City) (4-1) (7)
7-Beckman (Dyersville) (4-1) (8)
8-Bondurant-Farrar (5-0) (9)
9-New Hampton (5-0) (NR)
10-Center Point-Urbana (4-1) (6)

 

Watch List: Albia (4-1), Clarion-Goldfield (4-1), Davis County (Bloomfield) (4-1), Forest City (4-1), Sheldon (4-1), Waukon (5-0)

 

CLASS 1A
1-Iowa City Regina (5-0) (1)
2-Emmetsburg (4-1)  (2)
3-St. Edmond (Fort Dodge) (5-0) (3)
4-South Winneshiek (Calmar) (5-0) (4)
5-Pella Christian (5-0) (5)
6-St. Albert (Council Bluffs) (4-1) (7)
7-IKM-Manning (5-0) (8)

8-Aplington-Parkersburg (4-1) (9)
9-Dike-New Hartford (5-0) (10)
10-Saint Ansgar (4-1) (6)

 

Watch List: Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn (4-1), Maquoketa Valley (Dehli) (4-1), Mount Ayr (5-0),  South O'Brien (Paulina) (4-1), Sumner-Fredericksburg (4-1), Tri-Center (Neola) (3-2), Van Meter (4-1), West Branch (3-2)

 

CLASS A
1-Wapsie Valley (Fairbank) (5-0) (1)
2-Woodward-Granger (5-0) (2)
3-West Hancock (Britt) (4-1) (3)
4-North Tama (Traer) (5-1) (4)
5-Akron-Westfield (5-0) (5)
6-Madrid (4-1) (6)
7-West Lyon (Inwood) (4-1) (7)
8-Pekin (5-0) (8)
9-Lawton-Bronson (5-0) (9)
10-Lisbon (4-1) (NR)

 

Watch List: Hinton (3-2), Logan-Magnolia (4-1), Lone Tree (3-2), WACO (Wayland) (4-1), Woodbury Central (Moville) (3-2)

 

CLASS 8-Player
1-Don Bosco (Gilbertville) (5-0) (1)
2-Newell-Fonda (5-0) (2)
3-Fremont-Mills (Tabor) (5-0) (4)
4-Murray (5-0) (5)

5-Melcher-Dallas (5-0) (6)
6-Clarksville (4-1) (7)
7-Exira/Elk Horn-Kimballton (5-0) (8)
8-Sidney (5-0) (10)
9-H-L-V (Victor) (5-0) (NR)
10-Preston (4-1) (9)

 

Watch List: Adair-Casey (5-1), Coon Rapids-Bayard (5-1), Glidden-Ralston (4-2), Janesville (4-2), Riceville (5-1), Springville (5-0), West Central (Maynard) (5-1)

HIGH SCHOOL VOLLEYBALL SCORES FROM SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 22


A-D-M, Adel 21-21, Valley Lutheran, Cedar Falls 9-11
Ames 21-21, Winterset 19-6
Ankeny 21-21, Winterset 11-3
AR-WE-VA, Westside 21-21, Charter Oak-Ute 5-16
AR-WE-VA, Westside 21-21, Logan-Magnolia 11-9
AR-WE-VA, Westside 21-21, Westwood, Sloan 11-17
AR-WE-VA, Westside 21-21, Woodbury Central 10-12
Audubon 17-21-15, Lenox 21-16-6
Audubon 21-21, CAM, Anita 7-18
Audubon 21-21, Corning 12-8
Audubon 21-21, Essex 10-10
Audubon 21-21, Nodaway Valley 17-18
Ballard 21-20-15, Madrid 19-22-12
Bedford 21-21, East Mills 17-12
Bedford 21-21, Lamoni 10-16
Bedford 21-22-15, Villisca 10-24-12
Bedford 21-25-15, Villisca 25-17-13
Bishop Heelan, Sioux City 21-21, Council Bluffs, Abraham Lincoln 11-8
Bishop Heelan, Sioux City 21-21, Lewis Central 11-11
Carroll 21-21, Clarke, Osceola 7-11
Carroll 21-21, Newton 17-14
Carroll 21-21, PCM, Monroe 14-17
Corning 21-21, Exira-EHK 18-9
Corning 21-21, Nodaway Valley 14-7
Corning 22-21, Lenox 20-12
Council Bluffs, Abraham Lincoln 16-21-15, Sioux City, North 21-14-9
Council Bluffs, Abraham Lincoln 17-21-15, Sioux City, East 21-11-12
Council Bluffs, Abraham Lincoln 21-21, Lewis Central 20-19
Council Bluffs, Abraham Lincoln 22-21, Sheldon 20-15
Dallas Center-Grimes 18-21-15, Carlisle 21-19-12
Dallas Center-Grimes 21-21, Atlantic 16-8
East Union 13-21-15, Stanton 21-19-13
East Union 21-21, A-H-S-T, Avoca 14-15
East Union 21-21, Mount Ayr 8-15
East Union 25-25, Villisca 12-7
Essex 16-21-15, Lenox 21-17-9
Essex 17-21-15, Exira-EHK 21-19-12
Essex 21-21, CAM, Anita 14-8
Exira-EHK 13-21-15, Lenox 21-11-13
Exira-EHK 21-17-15, Audubon 14-21-13
Exira-EHK 5-21-15, CAM, Anita 21-15-10
IKM-Manning 21-11-15, OA-BCIG 13-21-13
IKM-Manning 21-21, River Valley 13-10
IKM-Manning 21-21, Woodbine 8-18
IKM-Manning 21-21-15, Kingsley-Pierson 23-7-9
IKM-Manning 21-22, West Monona 16-20
Lenox 21-18-15, CAM, Anita 19-21-10
Lenox 22-21, Nodaway Valley 20-14
Lewis Central 21-22, Sioux City, East 18-20
Lewis Central 21-24, Sheldon 11-22
Maple Valley-Anthon Oto 21-21, Boyer Valley 14-7
Maple Valley-Anthon Oto 21-21, Lawton-Bronson 17-15
Maple Valley-Anthon Oto 21-21, Siouxland Community Christian 9-15
Maple Valley-Anthon Oto 21-21, West Harrison 4-8
Maple Valley-Anthon Oto 21-21, Whiting 16-11
Martensdale-St Marys 8-21-18, Gilbert 21-19-16
Nevada 21-21, Atlantic 4-10
Nevada 21-21, Dallas Center-Grimes 19-15
Nevada 25-25, Carroll 15-16
Newton 25-23-15, Dallas Center-Grimes 17-25-13
Nodaway Valley 21-21, CAM, Anita 18-14
Nodaway Valley 21-21, Essex 18-16
Nodaway Valley 21-21, Exira-EHK 19-19
South Hardin, Eldora 25-27, Winterset 23-25
Stanton 21-21, A-H-S-T, Avoca 13-14
Stanton 21-21, Mount Ayr 9-13
Stanton 25-25, East Union 23-15
Stanton 25-26, Bedford 15-24
Villisca 21-18-17, Lamoni 15-21-15
Villisca 21-19-15, East Mills 14-21-10
West Harrison 17-21-15, Whiting 21-16-10
West Harrison 21-12-15, Siouxland Community Christian 17-21-9
West Harrison 21-18-16, Lawton-Bronson 15-21-14
West Harrison 21-21, Boyer Valley 16-17
West Marshall 21-21, Madrid 18-9
West Marshall 25-25, Dallas Center-Grimes 23-17
West Monona 19-21-15, Kingsley-Pierson 21-15-13
West Monona 21-21, OA-BCIG 18-15
West Monona 21-21, Woodbine 14-15
Westwood, Sloan 21-13-15, Woodbury Central 18-21-13
Westwood, Sloan 21-17-15, Logan-Magnolia 15-21-12
Westwood, Sloan 21-23, Charter Oak-Ute 16-21
Winterset 18-25-15, Forest City 25-15-12

ATLANTIC SHUTS OUT DENISON-SCHLESWIG ON THE ROAD


(Denison) Atlantic firing on all cylinders shut out  Denison-Schleswig, 40-0 at Denison Friday night.

 

The Trojans rolled up 461 total yards of total offense, 227-yards on the ground and 234-yards in the air. Hoegh rushed for 102-yards and Dvorak, totaled 97. Defensively, Stuart Hoegh led the way with 8-tackles; Chad Christensen added 7-stops, and picked off two Monarch passes.

 

The defense set the tone for the Trojans stopping Denison/Schleswig on their opening drive on a three and out, and on Atlantic’s opening play they scored on a 53-yard hook-n-ladder. Senior Quarterback Harrison Hoegh who finished the night, (14-22, 215- yards and 3- touchdown passes,) fired an aerial to Sam Markham in the right flat. Markham then flipped the ball to junior tailback Jacob Dvorak, who grabbed the pitch and sprinted down the right sideline for the touchdown and the 6-0 lead.

 

The Trojans built a 26-0 halftime lead on the 53-yard trick play followed by a Hoegh to Markham 34-yard touchdown pass. Harrison Hoegh added to the lead with a 16-yard run, and Kray Lukehart capped a long Trojan drive with a 3-yard scamper to end the half.

 

Atlantic picked up where they left off in the third quarter with two touchdowns before the starters were sent to the sidelines for a much deserved fourth quarter rest. Hoegh, who had a hand in four of the five Trojan scores,  hit Markham on a 21-yard pass, and scrambled out of trouble late in the third quarter and cruised into the end zone to seal the 40-0 win.

 

Atlantic 3-2 hosts 5-0 ADM this Friday night in a homecoming game at Trojan Bowl. Kick-off is set for 7:30.

 

September 22, 2012

IKM-MANNING VOLLEYBALL ON A ROLL


(Manning) IKM-Manning has run their win streak to nine straight matches. The Wolves downed Logan-Magnolia in a three game sweep on Wednesday.

 

Kaylee Blake, a senior, led the way at the net with 14 kills. Jez Schechinger posted 19 digs in the match. Allyson Koucor contributed in a big way by distributing 14 assists.

 

The Wolves improve to 14-4 this year. They will compete in teh West Monona Tournament this weekend.

CROSS COUNTRY RESULTS FROM 2012 AUDUBON WHEELER INVITE


Boys Team Scoring

  1. Riverside
  2. Guthrie Center
  3. Tri-Center
  4. Panorama
  5. Griswold
  6. IKM-Manning
  7. Audubon
  8. Nodaway Valley

Boys Individual

  1. Darian Irlbeck, Tri-Center
  2. Spencer Rochholz, Adair-Casey
  3. Ean Patrick, Riverside
  4. Emmitt Wheatley, Adair-Casey
  5. Brady Ryun, Riverside
  6. Adam Harman, Riverside
  7. Christopher Jarrett, Tri-Center
  8. Jordan Christensen, Guthrie Center
  9. Timmy Settlemoir, Nodaway Valley
  10. Mitchell Nelsen, Audubon

Girls Team Scoring

  1. Griswold 36
  2. Tri-Center 58
  3. IKM-Manning 128
  4. Panorama 132
  5. Guthrie Center 140
  6. Audubon 144
  7. Riverside 209

Girls Individual

  1. Rebekah Topham, Griswold
  2. Jordyn Sindt, Griswold
  3. Alex Larsen, Tri-Center
  4. Destiny Scar, Nodaway Valley
  5. Therese Frels, Guthrie Center
  6. Megan Deist, Audubon
  7. Alyx Flippin, Griswold
  8. Ruby Johnson, Audubon
  9. Allison Young, Griswold
  10. Kaylee Grote, Tri-Center

Click here for the complete results from the Audubon meet

HIGH SCHOOL VOLLEYBALL SCORES FROM THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 20


Audubon 25-25-25, Griswold 18-16-13
Bondurant-Farrar 25-26-25, Winterset 12-24-22
Fremont-Mills 26-13-25-25, East Mills 24-25-23-17
Glidden-Ralston 25-21-25-12-15, Paton-Churdan 22-25-17-25-13
Guthrie Center 25-19-25-25, Coon Rapids-Bayard 18-25-21-11
IKM-Manning 25-25-25, Logan-Magnolia 10-16-15
Madrid 25-25-25, Panorama 18-19-20
Stanton 25-25-25, Heartland Christian 10-6-7
Treynor 25-22-25-25, A-H-S-T, Avoca 14-25-14-11
Villisca 25-25-25, Clarinda Academy 2-7-6
Woodward-Granger 25-25-25, Ogden 13-4-17

12 TEAMS SET TO COMPETE IN WHEELER INVITE


(Audubon) The 2012 Wheeler Invitational will be held Thursday at the Audubon Country Club.


A dozen teams will compete on a course that Audubon head coach Bob Monahan says is a hilly course but one that his team likes to run on.

 

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Coach Monahan evaluates the performances of his team’s so far this season starting with the girls squad.

 

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The boys team is improving.

 

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The twelve teams include Audubon, Adair-Casey, Exira-EHK, Griswold, Guthrie Center, Riverside, Tri-Center, IKM-Manning, Orient-Macksburg, Paton-Churdan, Panorama, and Nodaway Valley.

TRI-CENTER CROSS COUNTRY MEET RESULTS


Girls Team Scoring

  1. Tri-Center 32
  2. Underwood 51
  3. Woodbine 79
  4. West Harrison 122
  5. Boyer Valley 129
  6. Logan-Magnolia 142
  7. Riverside 152

Individual Champion-Alex Larsen, Tri-Center

 

Click here for the complete girls results from Tri-Center

 

 

Boys Team Scoring

 

  1. Riverside 60
  2. Missouri Valley 77
  3. Tri-Center 81
  4. Logan-Magnolia 82
  5. Boyer Valley 97
  6. Southwest Iowa 115
  7. Underwood 162
  8. Woodbine 202

Individual Champion-Darrian Irlbeck, Tri-Center

 

Click here for the complete individual boys results from Tri-Center

NODAWAY VALLEY BEATS CORNING IN FOUR SETS


(Greenfield) In Nodaway Valley's 3-1 win over Corning it was Shelby Ventiecher with a big night. She had a team hight 25 assists and 10 digs plus five ace serves. Sydney Reeves led the team in both ace serves with six and kills with eight.

 

Nodaway Valley snapped a five match losing skid and the Wolverines are now 3-11 overall. They'll be among the several area teams that compete at the Corning tournament this weekend.

IKM-MANNING WIN STREAK CONTINUES IN VOLLEYBALL


(Manning) Seniors Allyson Kocour and Kaylee Blake's 12 kills each powered IKM-Manning to a straight sets win over Whiting in Western Valley Conference volleyball. Junior Ashley Nepper posted 16 assists as IKM-Manning won their 8th straight match.

 

The Wolves are 13-4 on the season heading into a matchup with Logan-Magnolia Thursday. The team's four losses this year are all to larger schools-Waukee, Urbandale, Fort Dodge, and Red Oak.

GUTHRIE CENTER VOLLEYBALL EDGES PANORAMA


(Guthrie Center) Guthrie Center picked up their seventh win of the season by downing Panorama in four sets on Tuesday night. The Tigers won 22-25, 25-14, 25-19, and 25-17. Sophomore Sydney Danker led the way in digs with 27 and she also went 15 for 16 serving with one ace. Junior Kacie Schreck posted a team high 18 kills.

 

Next up for Guthrie Center is Coon Rapids-Bayard on Thursday. The Guthrie Center Tiger volleyball squad is 7-5.

HIGH SCHOOL VOLLEYBALL SCORES FROM TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 18


A-D-M, Adel 25-25-25, Ballard 20-13-13
A-H-S-T, Avoca 25-23-25-26, Riverside, Oakland 13-25-8-24
AR-WE-VA, Westside 25-25-26-27, West Monona 15-27-24-25
Bedford 25-25-25-25, East Union 23-23-27-21
Boone 25-22-24-26-15, Dallas Center-Grimes 14-25-26-24-13
Boyer Valley 25-23-25-20-15, Charter Oak-Ute 20-25-15-25-11
Central Decatur, Leon 25-25-25, Pleasantville 15-21-20
Abraham Lincoln 25-25-22-13-15 Sergeant Bluff-Luton 22-16-25-25-9
Des Moines Christian 25-25-25, Coon Rapids-Bayard 9-10-14
Earlham 28-25-25, Ogden 26-18-20
Guthrie Center 22-25-25-25, Panorama 25-14-19-17
IKM-Manning 25-25-25, Whiting 16-14-12
Kuemper Catholic, Carroll 25-25-25, Creston 13-11-11
Lewis Central 25-25-25, Denison-Schleswig 8-6-12
Logan-Magnolia 25-25, Heartland Christian 21-17
Logan-Magnolia 28-21-25-25, West Harrison 26-25-14-15
Martensdale-St Marys 25-25-25, Southeast Warren, Liberty Center 12-16-15
Missouri Valley 25-25-25, Griswold 17-12-18
Mount Ayr 25-25-25, Lenox 18-13-12
Nodaway Valley 26-26-22-25, Corning 16-23-25-18
Stanton 25-25-25, Villisca 16-17-15
Underwood 25-23-25-25, Audubon 11-25-17-16
West Central Valley, Stuart 26-25-25-25, Madrid 28-15-20-20
Woodward-Granger 25-25-25, Van Meter 12-10-15

SHENANDOAH-ESSEX CROSS COUNTRY SWEEPS ANOTHER MEET


Boys Varsity
1. Shenandoah-Essex – 24
2. Thomas Jefferson – 52
3. Red Oak – 93
4. Kuemper – 96
5. Creston – 128
6. Winterset – 164
7. Atlantic – 168
8. Clarke – 213
9. Clarinda - 266

 

Girls’ Varsity
1. Shenandoah-Essex – 50
2. Winterset – 56
3. Creston – 67
4. Atlantic – 74
5. Thomas Jefferson – 129
6. Kuemper – 162
7. Clarke - 167


 

RED OAK VOLLEYBALL CRUISES PAST ATLANTIC


(Red Oak) Class 3A's #13 ranked team the Red Oak Tigers picked up a straight sets win over Atlantic. The Tigers won 25-14, 25-9, and 25-16. Red Oak goes to 10-3 on the year.

 

Sophomore Grace Blomstedt (pictured) led at the net with 10 kills in her 14 attempts. That's a .714 hitting percentage. Fellow sophomore Kate Walker added 8 kills and contributed a team high 10 digs. Freshman Angela Mahoney also had 8 kills. Maddie Holmgren (10) and Makelti White (13) combined for 23 assists in the win.

 

Red Oak will take on Class 2A #6 Kuemper Catholic next Tuesday.

EXIRA-EHK VOLLEYBALL PICKS UP NON-DISTRICT WIN MONDAY NIGHT


(Elk Horn) Exira-EHK goes to 9-6 on the season in high school volleyball with their straight sets win over non-conference opponent Riverside on Monday.

 

Set scores were 25-18, 15-22, and 25-23. Junior Adriel Hoflen had a team high 8 kills and senior Morgan Huegerich dished out 15 assists.

 

Exira-EHK will compete at the Corning Tournament this weekend. Their next conference match will be on Tuesday, September 25th against 8-2 Adair-Casey.

HIGH SCHOOL VOLLEYBALL SCORES FROM MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 17


Exira-EHK 25-25-25, Riverside, Oakland 18-22-23
Orient-Macksburg 25-25-25, Diagonal 11-15-12
Red Oak 25-25-25, Atlantic 14-9-16
St. Albert, Council Bluffs 25-25, Council Bluffs, Thomas Jefferson 17-15
Stanton 25-25-25, Corning 10-17-10
Van Meter 25-25-17-25, West Central Valley, Stuart 20-22-25-14

STRUGGLES CONTINUE FOR YOUNG STANTON FOOTBALL TEAM


(Stanton) The frustrating start to the 2012 football season continues for Stanton. The Vikings were shut out in their Week four loss to a Boyer Valley team that rolled up 52 points. Stanton's offense struggled to sustain drives with less than 200 yards of total offense in their 66 offense plays in the game.

 

Things won't get any easier in Week 5 when they travel to Tabor to face defending state champions. Fremont-Mills has been on a tear this season. The Knights powerful offense boasts a 60 point per game average.

GUTHRIE CENTER SEARCHING FOR FIRST WIN AT WOODWARD-ACADEMY


(Guthrie Center) The start of the 2012 season has been a rough one so far for the Guthrie Center Tigers. On the bright side for 0-4 Guthrie Center, they did put together their best showing in the Week 4 loss to Bedford.

 

The Tigers put 20 points on the board with 2 rushing touchdowns from Gavin Laughery (130 yards) and one from Austin Laabs (37 yards). Quarterback Curtis Bolton also added to the strong running game with 82 yards rushing. All of Guthrie Center's 276 yards came on the ground in the 18 point loss.

 

Guthrie Center's schedule has them at Woodward-Academy in Week 5. It's the second of three straight road games for the 0-4 Tigers. Whoever wins the game will pick up their first victory of the year as Woodward-Academy also comes in at 0-4.

AUDUBON HOPES TO SHAKE OFF ROUGH WEEK 4 LOSS TO WOODWARD-GRANGER


(Audubon) Woodward-Granger is ranked #2 in the state in Class A football and the Audubon Wheelers found out why last Friday night. Audubon managed only 123 total yards against undefeated Woodward Granger. The Wheelers struggled through the air with only four completions and three interceptions.

 

After taking on ranked teams in back-to-back weeks Audubon hits the road to take on Bedford in Week 5. Bedford checks in at 2-2 this year. The teams are headed in opposite directions. Bedford has won two games in a row and Audubon has dropped three.

 

Click here for the interview with Audubon coach Monte Riebhoff

IMPRESSIVE 2012 FOOTBALL SEASON CONTINUES FOR IKM-MANNING


(Manning) Despite their lowest offensive output of the season, IKM-Manning still managed to stay perfect on th season. The Wolves move to 4-0 with a 20-16 decision over Manson-NW Webster.

 

Shayne Wiese and Cody Eischeid led another standout defensive effort. Wiese piled up 14 tackles and Eischeid had 10.  Mark Eberly and Scott Opperman each intercepted passes. Eberly returned his 45 yards for a key touchdown. Devontay Hocken recovered two fumbles.

 

Offensively it was another balanced ground attack that got the job done. Eischeid and Opperman both rushed for over sixty yards. Wiese and Sam Wegner both rushed for 39 yards each.

 

Week 5 brings a 2-2 Sioux Central, Sioux Rapids team to IKM-Manning. Sioux Central, Sioux Rapids is coming off of a 20-6 loss to Ridge View.

EXIRA-EHK MEETS DISTRICT POWER GLIDDEN-RALSTON IN WEEK 5


(Exira) Heading into the 2012 season Exira-EHK and Glidden-Ralston were being regarded as the teams to beat in 8-Player District 7. Entering Week 5 of the season things have played out that way. Exira-EHK is a perfect 4-0, while Glidden-Ralston's lone blemish was to highly ranked Murray by just two points.

 

Exira-EHK has cruised through the last two weeks with wins of 46 and 59 points. Last week for the Spartans it was a 67-8 dismantling of Charter Oak-Ute. Nick Peppers found his way to the end zone five times in the game. The junior fullback ran for 110 yards on only five carries and both of his catchers went for TD's. He had a total of 125 receiving yards.

 

To win a district championship the Spartans will have to get past a very quality Glidden-Ralston team. The Wildcats have posted at least 40 points in every game this season and at least 58 points in their four wins.

 

Click here for the interview with Exira-EHK coach Tom Petersen

CAM DOWNS VILLISCA, TURNS ATTENTION TO ESSEX/SOUTH PAGE


(Anita) Without star quarterback and defensive back Trevor McKee, the CAM Cougars stuck heavily with the running game to topple Villisca 56-22.

 

CAM totaled 267 of their 365 total yards on the ground. Leading the pack was junior Dylan Amdor rumbling for 141 yards and one score. Brady Runyan toted the ball 12 times for 88 yards. Runyan had a season best two touchdowns rushing. Trace Ticknor filled in admirably at quarterback. He completed three of his six pass attempts for 95 yards and two TD's (both to Jarrad Cavin). Ticknor also added 28 yards and one touchdown rushing. CAM's overall record improves to 3-2. They are 2-1 in the district.

 

Next on the schedule is Essex/South Page who is also 3-2.

 

Click here for the interview with CAM football coach Joe Wollum

WIN AT TRI-CENTER WOULD PUT ST. ALBERT IN DRIVERS SEAT OF DISTRICT RACE


(Council Bluffs) With lopsided wins over Panorama and West Central Valley, Saint Albert is looking good in the district pictures. The Falcons are the only team in the district that are 2-0. The other teams without a district loss are Tri-Center and Missouri Valley (both 1-0).

 

Saint Albert and Tri-Center go head to head Friday night in a matchup that, when all is said and done, may end up representing the top two seeds in the district. Both teams coming into this game with a lot of momentum. Saint Albert has won their first two district games by a combined 103-7. However, Falcon head coach Kevin Culjat says Tri-Center will test his team's high powered offense. Tri-Center is averaging 51 points per game in their three wins.

 

A 3-0 start to district play would give Saint Albert a big leg up on the rest of the district with only six total district games. The Falcons check in at #7 in this week's Sports Spotlight rankings.

 

Click here for the interview with St. Albert coach Kevin Culjat

RANKED TEAMS COLLIDE IN HAWKEYE TEN VOLLEYBALL TUESDAY NIGHT


(Harlan) The Harlan Cyclone volleyball team is ranked 4th in Class 4A and they own a 15-3 record heading into their battle with Class 3A #14 Clarinda Tuesday.

 

Coming off of their state tournament appearance last year Harlan is the most highly ranked team in a Hawkeye 10 Conference that has half of its members in the top 15 of either Class 2A, 3A, or 4A. Even with all of the success of this still very young group, coach Angie Spangenburg says the team still has a long ways to go before they realize their full potential.

 

This week the Cyclone’s lone match is at Clarinda, a team that the Cyclones downed 2-0 on their way to an unbeaten showing at last weekend’s Red Oak Tournament.

 

Harlan’s sophomore class is loaded with talent. Sophomore Jess Schaben ranks third in the state in kills, Sophomore Kenzie Swanson is 4th in the conference in assists, and Sophomore Asia Kloewer is 2nd in the Hawkeye 10 in digs.

 

Since dropping a five set match to Lewis Central two weeks ago, Harlan hasn’t dropped a single set in their six match winning streak.

 

Click to listen to the interview with Harlan coach Angie Spangenberg
 

SPORTS SPOTLIGHT HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL RANKINGS


CLASS 4A
1-Ankeny (4-0) (1)
2-Iowa City West (4-0) (3)
3-Cedar Rapids Xavier (4-0) (6)
4-Pleasant Valley (4-0) (7)
5-Cedar Falls (4-0) (5)
6-Urbandale (4-0) (8)
7-Muscatine (4-0) (10)
8-Bettendorf (3-1) (2)
9-Dowling Catholic (3-2) (4)
10-Iowa City High (3-1) (NR)


Watch List: Davenport Assumption (3-1), Indianola (4-1), Sioux City East (4-1), Southeast Polk (2-2), Waukee (3-1), West Des Moines Valley (2-2)

 

CLASS 3A
1-Decorah (4-0) (1)
2-Grinnell (4-0) (3)
3-Bishop Heelan (Sioux City) (4-0) (4)
4-Lewis Central (Council Bluffs) (4-0) (5)
5-Norwalk (4-0) (7)
6-Harlan (4-0) (6)
7-A-D-M (Adel) (4-0) (9)

8-Williamsburg (3-1) (8)
9-Creston/Orient-Macksburg (3-1) (2)
10-Solon (3-1) (NR)

 

Watch List: Atlantic (2-2), Boone (4-0), Clear Lake (3-1), Marion (3-1), Maquoketa (3-1), West Delaware (Manchester) (3-1)

 

CLASS 2A
1-Spirit Lake (4-0) (1)
2-Boyden-Hull/Rock Valley (4-0) (2)
3-Mediapolis (4-0) (3)
4-Kuemper Catholic (Carroll) (4-0) (4)
5-West Marshall (State Center) (5-0) (5)
6-Center Point-Urbana (4-0) (6)
7-Union (LaPorte City) (3-1) (7)
8-Beckman (Dyersville) (3-1) (9)
9-Bondurant-Farrar (4-0) (10)
10-Albia (4-0) (NR)


Watch List: Cascade (Western Dubuque) (3-1), Clarion-Goldfield (4-0), Davis County (Bloomfield) (3-1), New Hampton (4-0), Sheldon (3-1), Waukon (4-0)

 

CLASS 1A
1-Iowa City Regina (4-0) (1)
2-Emmetsburg (3-1)  (2)
3-St. Edmond (Fort Dodge) (4-0) (3)
4-South Winneshiek (Calmar) (4-0) (5)
5-Pella Christian (4-0) (6)
6-Saint Ansgar (4-0) (7)
7-St. Albert (Council Bluffs) (3-1) (10)
8-IKM-Manning (4-0) (8)

9-Aplington-Parkersburg (3-1) (9)
10-Dike-New Hartford (4-0) (10)

 

Watch List: Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn (4-0), Maquoketa Valley (Dehli) (4-0), Mount Ayr (4-0),  South O'Brien (Paulina) (3-1), Sumner-Fredericksburg (3-1), Van Meter (3-1), West Branch (2-2)

 

CLASS A
1-Wapsie Valley (Fairbank) (4-0) (1)
2-Woodward-Granger (4-0) (2)
3-West Hancock (Britt) (3-1) (3)
4-North Tama (Traer) (4-1) (5)
5-Akron-Westfield (4-0) (9)
6-Madrid (3-1) (8)
7-West Lyon (Inwood) (3-1) (7)
8-Pekin (4-0) (NR)
9-Lawton-Bronson (4-0) (NR)
10-Woodbury Central (Moville) (3-1) (10)
10-Martensdale-St. Marys (3-1) (4)


Watch List: Hinton (2-2), Lisbon (3-1), Logan-Magnolia (3-1), Lone Tree (2-2), WACO (Wayland) (3-1)

 

CLASS 8-Player

1-Don Bosco (Gilbertville) (4-0) (1)
2-Newell-Fonda (4-0) (2)
3-Adair-Casey (5-0) (3)
4-Fremont-Mills (Tabor) (4-0) (4)
5-Murray (4-0) (5)

6-Melcher-Dallas (4-0) (6)
7-Clarksville (3-1) (7)
8-Exira/Elk Horn-Kimballton (4-0) (8)
9-Preston (4-0) (9)
10-Sidney (4-0) (10)


Watch List: Coon Rapids-Bayard (4-1), Glidden-Ralston (4-1), H-L-V (Victor) (4-0), Janesville (3-2), Lamoni (4-1), West Central (Maynard) (4-1)

#5 LEWIS CENTRAL TOPS #10 ATLANTIC


(Council Bluffs) Lewis Central's fourth quarter offensive burst was enough to turn Atlantic away 38-20 in a Class 3a District 1 football game Friday night.

Lewis Central scored on four big plays and ground out 300-yards rushing on the night. Alex Reed led the Titans on the ground with just over 100-yards, but left the game late in the second quarter with an injury and did not return.

Atlantic marched 69-yards on their opening drive capped by a 23-yard touchdown pass from Harrison Hoegh to Sam Markham, to give Trojans a 7-0 nothing lead. But that would be their only lead of the game.

The Titans scored 21 unanswered points. Austin Simmons hit Mark Savage on a 30-yard TD strike, Alex Reed broke open for a 60-yard TD run, and Sophomore Quarterback Austin Simmons found Luke Harrison wide open for a 30-yard touchdown pass. Atlantic closed the gap to 21-14 late in the 2nd quarter on a Jacob Dvorak 1-yard run to end the first half.  

In the fourth quarter Lewis Central gained a 24-14 advantage on a Caleb Shudak 23-yard field goal. However, Atlantic came back to score on a Harrison Hoegh one yard run that left the score at 24-20. But Lewis Central came charging back with 14 unanswered points on an Austin Simmons 25-yard run, and a Sam Duggan to Mark Savage 25-yard pass to seal the 38-20 victory.

 

Atlantic quarterback Harrison Hoegh finished the night 23-34, for 334-yards passing. Sam Markham caught 9 of those passes for 183-yards and one touchdown.

 

Atlantic goes to 2-2 on the year; Lewis Central extends their record to 4-0.      


September 15, 2012

HIGH SCHOOL VOLLEYBALL SCORES FROM THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 13


Adair-Casey 25-25-25, Paton-Churdan 22-22-22
A-D-M, Adel 25-27-25, Carlisle 16-25-22
AR-WE-VA, Westside 25-18-25-25, Logan-Magnolia 19-25-20-20
Audubon 25-25-25, A-H-S-T, Avoca 17-16-16
CAM, Anita 25-25-25, Iowa Christian Academy 12-22-19
Carroll 30-25-25, Dallas Center-Grimes 28-21-17
Council Bluffs, Thomas Jefferson 25-25, Omaha Northwest 9-15
Earlham 25-25-25, Lenox 16-20-11
East Sac County 25-25-25, Pocahontas Area 12-19-10
Fremont-Mills 25-25-25, Heartland Christian 13-12-11
Glidden-Ralston 25-16-25-25, Exira-EHK 15-25-20-22
IKM-Manning 25-25-25, West Monona 13-16-22
Murray 25-25-25, Moulton-Udell 14-18-20
Nishnabotna 16-25-25-25, East Mills 25-18-13-6
Omaha Benson 25-23-25, Council Bluffs, Thomas Jefferson 19-25-21
Treynor 25-25-25, Missouri Valley 20-10-18
Tri-Center, Neola 25-25-25, Riverside, Oakland 13-11-18
Villisca 25-17-25-25, Sidney 19-25-19-19
West Central Valley, Stuart 25-25-25-25, Clarke, Osceola 19-27-17-15
Westwood, Sloan 25-25-25, River Valley 18-23-23
Whiting 27-15-25-26, Charter Oak-Ute 25-25-22-24
Winterset 22-19-25-27-15, Boone 25-25-21-25-8
Woodbine 25-25-25, Boyer Valley 22-6-17

19 GIRLS TEAMS, 22 BOYS TEAMS COMPETE AT PANORAMA CROSS COUNTRY MEET


Class A Girls

  1. Gilbert 51
  2. Tri-Center 69
  3. Ballard 75
  4. ADM 134
  5. Perry 152
  6. Madrid 185
  7. Van Meter 190
  8. Greene County 206
  9. Panorama 209
  10. IKM-Manning 255
  11. Carlisle 260
  12. West Central Valley 273
  13. Ogden 280

Class B Girls

  1. Earlham 32
  2. Woodbine 67
  3. Guthrie Center 89
  4. Audubon 93
  5. Logan-Magnolia 107
  6. Boyer Valley 117

Click here for the complete girls results from Panorama

 

Class A Boys

  1. Gilbert 47
  2. Ballard 79
  3. Tri-Center 129
  4. Perry 147
  5. Carlisle 167
  6. ADM 176
  7. Greene County 181
  8. Nodaway Valley 190
  9. Panorama 196
  10. Van Meter 211
  11. Ogden 256
  12. IKM-Manning 258
  13. Madrid 270
  14. West Central Valley 410

Class B Boys

  1. Guthrie Center 40
  2. Woodward Academy 41
  3. Logan-Magnolia 93
  4. Earlham 101
  5. Boyer Valley 112
  6. Audubon 172
  7. Colo-Nesco 183
  8. Woodbine 194

Click here for the full boys results from Panorama

CROSS COUNTRY RESULTS FROM CORNING MEET


Boys Team Scoring

  1. Shenandoah-Essex 15 (best score possible)
  2. Red Oak 74
  3. Treynor 95
  4. Southwest Iowa 111
  5. Central Decatur 128
  6. Lewis Central 153
  7. Corning 170

Girls Team Scoring

  1. Shenandoah-Essex 32
  2. Treynor 70
  3. Glenwood 71
  4. Corning 91
  5. Lewis Central 151
  6. Central Decatur 222

Click here for the junior high, JV, and Varsity results from Corning

IGHSAU VOLLEYBALL RANKINGS RELEASES SEPTEMBER 13TH


Class 1A

  1. Grundy Center
  2. Holy Trinity Catholic
  3. Janesville
  4. Tripoli
  5. Bellvue Marquette Catholic
  6. Central Lyon
  7. Stanton
  8. LeMars Gehlen Catholic
  9. East Union
  10. Lisbon
  11. New London
  12. Preston
  13. West Bend-Mallard
  14. Grandview Park Baptist
  15. Bedford

Class 2A

  1. Dike-New Hartford
  2. Western Christian
  3. West Branch
  4. St. Albert
  5. Treynor
  6. Kuemper Catholic
  7. Woodward-Granger
  8. Ridge View
  9. Hinton
  10. Durant
  11. Lake Mills
  12. Denver
  13. Sumner-Fredericksburg
  14. Eddyville-Blakesburg
  15. Edgewood-Colesburg

Class 3A

  1. Mediapolis
  2. Davenport Assumption
  3. Nevada
  4. Mount Vernon
  5. West Liberty
  6. Sioux Center
  7. MOC-Floyd Valley
  8. Unity Christian
  9. Union
  10. Cascade
  11. ADM
  12. East Sac County
  13. Red Oak
  14. Clarinda
  15. Beckman Catholic

Class 4A

  1. Sioux City Bishop Heelan
  2. Charles City
  3. North Scott
  4. Harlan
  5. Waverly-Shell Rock
  6. West Delaware
  7. Cedar Rapids Xavier
  8. Solon
  9. Fairfield
  10. Maquoketa
  11. Dubuque Wahlert
  12. LeMars
  13. Webster City
  14. Lewis Central
  15. Grinnell

Class 5A

  1. Iowa City High
  2. Dubuque Hempstead
  3. Ankeny
  4. Pleasant Valley
  5. Bettendorf
  6. Urbandale
  7. Dowling Catholic
  8. SE Polk
  9. Cedar Falls
  10. Ames

IOWA ASSOCIATION OF TRACK COACHES OUT WITH NEW CROSS COUNTRY RANKINGS


Class 1A Girls

  1. Griswold
  2. Earlham
  3. North Linn
  4. Eagle Grove
  5. Pekin
  6. Dike-New Hartford
  7. Denver
  8. Tri-Center
  9. Central Elkader
  10. Emmetsburg
  11. Nashua-Plainfield
  12. Gehlan Catholic, LeMars
  13. Bellevue Marquette
  14. Bishop Garigan
  15. Lynnville-Sully

Class 1A Boys

  1. St. Albert
  2. Trinity Christian
  3. Denver
  4. Dike-New Hartford
  5. West Lyon
  6. Hudson
  7. Guthrie Center
  8. Alta-Aurelia
  9. Tri-Center
  10. BCLUW
  11. Highland
  12. Nashua-Plainfield
  13. Nodaway valley
  14. Bellevue Marquette
  15. Eagle Grove

Class 2A Girls

  1. Unity
  2. Western Christian
  3. Gilbert
  4. Sioux Center
  5. North Fayette
  6. North Polk
  7. South Winneshiek
  8. CMB
  9. Regina Iowa City
  10. NE Goose Lake
  11. OA-BCIG
  12. Davis County
  13. South Hardin
  14. South Hamilton
  15. Cascade

Class 2A Boys

  1. Monticello
  2. St. Edmond
  3. Spirit Lake
  4. Tipton
  5. Center Point-Urbana
  6. North Polk
  7. Gilbert
  8. South Winneshiek
  9. Western Christian
  10. Okoboji
  11. North Iowa
  12. South Central Calhoun
  13. OA-BCIG
  14. Osage
  15. Unity

Class 3A Girls

  1. Wahlert Dubuque
  2. Decorah
  3. Assumption
  4. Dallas Center-Grimes
  5. Heelan
  6. Solon
  7. Williamsburg
  8. Grinnell
  9. Pella
  10. Harlan
  11. Mt. Vernon Lisbon
  12. Charles City
  13. Garner-Hayfield
  14. Spencer
  15. Shenandoah-Essex

Class 3A Boys

  1. Pella
  2. Decorah
  3. Heelan Sioux City
  4. Wahlert Dubuque
  5. Grinnell
  6. Boone
  7. Mt. Vernon-Lisbon
  8. Glenwood
  9. Charles City
  10. Garner Hayfield
  11. Dallas Center-Grimes
  12. MOC/Floyd Valley
  13. Fort Madison
  14. Vinton-Shellsburg
  15. Shenandoah-Essex

LOGAN-MAGNOLIA LOOKING STRONG IN CLASS A DISTRICT 8


(Logan) The Logan-Magnolia Panthers haven't lost a district game to an opponent not named St. Albert since 2009. Now in Class A District 8, the Panthers are emerging as a force with an offensive average of 57.5 points per game in their two wins. They made their mark on the new district with a 60-0 win last week of West Monona.

 

Now they turn their attention to a 1-2 Riverside team. Lo-Ma Coach Matt Straight says Riverside is a well coached team who will provide his squad with a challenge Friday night.

 

Coach Straight also noted that the loss to IKM-Manning in week two will help is team out in a big way. He says they learned several things that they need to work on when they lost to the undefeated Wolves.

 

Click here for the interview with Logan-Magnolia coach Matt Straight

HARLAN LOOKS FOR 4-0 START AT CARROLL IN WEEK 4


(Harlan) The Harlan Community Cyclones have gone 10-2 since their regular season loss to Carroll last year. After that Carroll loss the Cyclones sat at a very unfamiliar 2-2 overall record. At that point many speculated about the potential demise of the dynasty that Harlan has put together over the last 30 years. Since that loss to Carroll though the Cyclones have turned things around and have started the 2012 season with a perfect 3-0 record.

 

Head coach Curt Bladt warns that Carroll is a much better football team than their 0-3 record shows. Coach Bladt says that Carroll is a bigger team which presents problems for the Cyclones. This will be a non-district game on Friday night.

 

Click here to listen to the interview with Harlan coach Curt Bladt

 

 

CROSS COUNTRY RESULTS FROM AHST MEET ON TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 11


Girls Team Scoring

  1. Underwood 33
  2. Woodbine 65
  3. Treynor 73
  4. Audubon 96
  5. AHST 125
  6. Riverside 165
  7. Ar-We-Va

Boys Team Scoring

  1. St. Albert 29
  2. Riverside 52
  3. Treynor 74
  4. Audubon 119
  5. Underwood 124
  6. Woodbine 192
  7. Ar-We-Va 218

Click here to view the complete results from the meet at AHST

HIGH SCHOOL VOLLEYBALL SCORES FROM TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 11


Kuemper Catholic, Carroll 25-22-25-25, Lewis Central 22-25-15-17
Red Oak 27-24-27-22-15, Glenwood 25-26-25-25-13
Shenandoah 25-25-25, Denison-Schleswig 20-17-7

Clarinda 25-25-25, Atlantic 9-15-12

 

Tri-Center, Neola 25-25-23-25, Audubon 19-20-25-21
Missouri Valley 25-25-25, Riverside, Oakland 14-6-15
Underwood 25-25-25, A-H-S-T, Avoca 11-17-22

 

Nishnabotna 25-25-26, Fremont-Mills 18-18-24
Stanton 25-25-25, Clarinda Academy 3-5-9

Villisca 25-25-25, East Mills 19-20-19

 

East Union 25-25-25, Nodaway Valley 18-12-22
Corning 25-25-25, Lenox 18-11-17

 

A-D-M, Adel 23-25-16-25-15, Boone 25-23-25-16-9
Grandview Park Baptist 25-25-25, CAM, Anita 9-8-16
AR-WE-VA, Westside 25-25-25, Glidden-Ralston 21-18-22
Boyer Valley 25-25-15-25, Whiting 13-20-25-15
Earlham 25-23-25-25, Panorama 18-25-17-9
Guthrie Center 25-25-25, West Central Valley, Stuart 15-14-23
IKM-Manning 25-25-25, West Harrison 16-14-10
Logan-Magnolia 25-25-25, Charter Oak-Ute 19-19-13
Van Meter 25-19-25-25, Madrid 20-25-22-15
West Monona 25-25-25, Woodbine 17-17-16
Woodward-Granger 25-25-25, Coon Rapids-Bayard 10-8-16

EXIRA-EHK REGULAR SEASON WIN STREAK HITS 10 GAMES


(Exira) Exira-EHK looks for their fourth straight win of the season when they take on Charter Oak-Ute this week.


Exira-EHK racked up 390 rushing yards in their 60-14 victory over West Harrison in Week 3. Trey Sander led the charge with 199 yards and five TD’s.


Another highlight from the win last week included Nick Peppers 18 tackles giving him 47 for the season.


Now the team turns their attention to a 1-2 Charter Oak Ute squad that has been outscored by a combined 80 points the last two games. The Spartans also have a huge matchup with Glidden-Ralston next week, so they are making sure they focus one week at a time.

 

Exira-EHK is ranked 8th this week in the Sports Spotlight top ten. The Spartans haven't lost a regular season game since Week 2 of last year when they fell to Des Moines Christian 32-0.

 

Click here for the interview with Exira-EHK coach Tom Petersen

#1 RANKED GRISWOLD XC CLAIMS ANOTHER TEAM TITLE


(Red Oak) Rebekah Topham and Jordyn Sindt finished 1-2 once again to lead the Griswold girls cross country team to another team title. Griswold narrowly topped Harlan 52 to 55. Outside of Topham and Sindt leading the pack, sophomore Alyx Flippin (pictured) placed 8th and Allison Young was 10th. The final scoring runner for Griswold was Jeana Freund who placed 31st.

 

“The Red Oak course is the toughest we run all year and I was really pleased how the girls handled the difficult course. Finishing 4 girls in the top 10 was huge for us along with outstanding performances from our newcomers Freund and Lappe,” shares Coach Jane Chaillie.

 

On the boys side the Tigers were led by Jacob Maass who placed in the 21st spot. Close behind was Xavier Olivio in 23rd place.

 

The Griswold cross-country squads will compete again on Saturday in Carroll at Swan Lake.

HIGH SCHOOL VOLLEYBALL SCORES FROM MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 10


Earlham 25-25-25, Nodaway Valley 21-17-16
Maple Valley-Anthon Oto 25-25, Missouri Valley 14-17
Maple Valley-Anthon Oto 25-26, West Monona 15-24
Missouri Valley 25-24-15, West Monona 14-26-6

CARROLL LOOKS TO TURN THINGS AROUND AGAINST HARLAN


(Carroll) During Week 4 of the 2011 football season the Carroll Tigers marched into  Harlan and did something that very few teams have done in the last several years, that’s beat Harlan on their home field. But ever since their 42-20 win that was part of a six game win streak, the Tigers have gone just 4-6 including an unexpected 0-3 start to the 2012 season.

 

That winless start for Carroll this year has been a result of two turnover filled games against Kuemper Catholic and Atlantic in Weeks 1 and 2, and a narrow loss to Denison-Schleswig last week.

 

Now they face an undefeated Harlan team, but thanks to last year’s big win over the Cyclones, Carroll still has confidence despite their 0-3 start. They believe they can beat Harlan for a second straight year, but course it won’t be easy against the tradition rich Harlan.

 

While Carroll has struggled since their big win over Harlan last year, Cyclones have gone 10-2 since Week 4 of last season.

 

Click here for the interview with Carroll coach Dennis McCarten

 

SPORTS SPOTLIGHT FOOTBALL RANKINGS


CLASS 4A
1-Ankeny (3-0) (1)
2-Bettendorf (4-0) (3)
3-Iowa City West (3-0) (4)
4-Dowling Catholic (3-1) (2)
5-Cedar Falls (3-0) (5)
6-Cedar Rapids Xavier (3-0) (7)
7-Pleasant Valley (3-0) (8)
8-Urbandale (3-0) (9)
9-Southeast Polk (2-1) (NR)
10-Muscatine (3-0) (NR)


Watch List: Iowa City High (2-1), Sioux City East (3-1), West Des Moines Valley (2-2)

 

CLASS 3A
1-Decorah (3-0) (1)
2-Creston/Orient-Macksburg (3-0) (2)
3-Grinnell (3-0) (3)
4-Bishop Heelan (Sioux City) (3-0) (4)
5-Lewis Central (Council Bluffs) (3-0) (5)
6-Harlan (3-0) (6)
7-Norwalk (3-0) (7)
8-Williamsburg (2-1) (NR)
9-A-D-M (Adel) (3-0) (9)
10-Atlantic (2-1) (10)

 

Watch List: Boone (3-0), LeMars (3-0), Marion (2-1), Maquoketa (2-1) Vinton-Shellsburg (2-1), West Delaware (Manchester) (2-1)

 

CLASS 2A
1-Spirit Lake (3-0) (1)
2-Boyden-Hull/Rock Valley (3-0) (2)
3-Mediapolis (3-0) (3)
4-Kuemper Catholic (Carroll) (3-0) (4)
5-West Marshall (State Center) (4-0) (5)
6-Center Point-Urbana (3-0) (6)
7-Union (LaPorte City) (2-1) (7)
8-Davis County (Bloomfield) (3-0) (8)
9-Beckman (Dyersville) (2-1) (9)
10-Bondurant-Farrar (3-0) (10)

 

Watch List: Albia (3-0), Cascade (Western Dubuque) (2-1), Clarion-Goldfield (3-0), New Hampton (3-0), Osage (2-1), Sheldon (2-1), Waukon (3-0)

 

CLASS 1A
1-Iowa City Regina (3-0) (1)
2-Emmetsburg (2-1)  (2)
3-St. Edmond (Fort Dodge) (3-0) (3)
4-West Branch (2-1) (4)
5-South Winneshiek (Calmar) (3-0) (5)
6-Pella Christian (3-0) (6)
7-Saint Ansgar (3-0) (7)
8-IKM-Manning (3-0) (8)
9-Aplington-Parkersburg (2-1) (9)
10-Dike-New Hartford (3-0) (10)
10-St. Albert (Council Bluffs) (2-1) (NR)


Watch List: Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn (3-0), Maquoketa Valley (Dehli) (3-0), Mount Ayr (3-0),  South O'Brien (Paulina) (3-0), Sumner-Fredericksburg (2-1), Van Meter (2-1)

 

CLASS A
1-Wapsie Valley (Fairbank) (3-0) (2)
2-Woodward-Granger (3-0) (3)
3-West Hancock (Britt) (2-1) (4)
4-Martensdale-St. Marys (3-0) (5)
5-North Tama (Traer) (3-1) (6)
6-Hinton (2-1) (NR)
7-West Lyon (Inwood) (2-1) (1)
8-Madrid (2-1) (8)
9-Akron-Westfield (3-0) (9)
10-Woodbury Central (Moville) (2-1) (7)

 

Watch List: Lisbon (2-1), Logan-Magnolia (2-1), Lone Tree (1-2), Pekin (3-0), WACO (Wayland) (2-1)

 

CLASS 8-Player
1-Don Bosco (Gilbertville) (2-0) (2)
2-Newell-Fonda (3-0) (1)
3-Adair-Casey (4-0) (3)
4-Fremont-Mills (Tabor) (3-0) (4)
5-Murray (4-0) (7)

6-Melcher-Dallas (3-0) (6)
7-Clarksville (2-1) (NR)
8-Exira/Elk Horn-Kimballton (3-0) (8)
9-Preston (3-0) (9)
10-Sidney (3-0) (NR)


Watch List: Coon Rapids-Bayard (3-1), Glidden-Ralston (2-1), H-L-V (Victor) (3-0), Janesville (2-2), Lamoni, West Central (Maynard) (3-1)

HIGH SCHOOL VOLLEYBALL SCORES FROM SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 8


Audubon 21-21, Griswold 14-13
Audubon 21-21, Riverside, Oakland 17-18
Bedford 21-21, Lenox 12-10
Bedford 21-21, Rock Port 7-12
Bedford 21-24, Shenandoah 16-22
Boyer Valley 21-21, Woodbine 18-16
Carroll 21-21, Cherokee, Washington 18-10
Clarinda 21-15-15, Guthrie Center 16-21-12
Clarinda 22-15-15, Red Oak 20-21-9
Clarinda 25-25, Audubon 12-17
Council Bluffs, Abraham Lincoln 21-14-15, Ankeny Christian Academy 19-21-12
Council Bluffs, Abraham Lincoln 21-21, Cedar Rapids, Jefferson 11-16
Council Bluffs, Abraham Lincoln 21-21, Des Moines, Abraham Lincoln 16-19
Council Bluffs, Abraham Lincoln 21-21, Des Moines, Roosevelt 17-18
Creston 21-15-15, Bedford 17-21-10
Creston 21-18-15, Bedford 14-21-8
Des Moines Christian 21-21, East Marshall 4-14
Des Moines Christian 21-21, Tri-County, Thornburg 5-4
East Sac County 21-15-15, St. Edmond, Fort Dodge 14-21-2
East Sac County 21-21, Panorama 5-10
East Sac County 21-21, Perry 18-17
East Sac County 22-12-15, South Central Calhoun 20-21-12
East Union 21-21, Chariton 14-13
East Union 21-21, Southeast Warren, Liberty Center 8-9
East Union 25-25, Davis County, Bloomfield 15-17
Essex 21-21, Lenox 10-10
Essex 8-21-15, Lenox 21-11-7
Fremont-Mills 21-19-15, Rock Port, MO 15-21-13
Fremont-Mills 21-21, Corning 16-19
Fremont-Mills 21-21, Corning 17-18
Glenwood 21-21, Winterset 18-13
Greene County 23-25-15, Colo-Nesco 25-13-12
Guthrie Center 21-21, A-H-S-T, Avoca 16-19
IKM-Manning 21-21, Audubon 13-13
IKM-Manning 21-21, Griswold 13-10
IKM-Manning 21-21, Riverside, Oakland 9-7
Kuemper Catholic, Carroll 14-21-15, Ridge View 21-14-6
Kuemper Catholic, Carroll 21-15-15, East Sac County 18-21-10
Kuemper Catholic, Carroll 21-21, Panorama 8-13
Kuemper Catholic, Carroll 21-21, Perry 6-19
Kuemper Catholic, Carroll 21-21, South Central Calhoun 12-14
Kuemper Catholic, Carroll 21-21, St. Edmond, Fort Dodge 14-12
Lawton-Bronson 21-21, Kingsley-Pierson 13-17
Logan-Magnolia 21-21, Charter Oak-Ute 5-14
Martensdale-St Marys 21-21, Melcher-Dallas 12-8
Martensdale-St Marys 21-21, Mormon Trail, Garden Grove 15-15
Martensdale-St Marys 22-21, Seymour 20-16
OA-BCIG 18-21-15, Logan-Magnolia 21-19-13
OA-BCIG 21-21, Charter Oak-Ute 7-10
Red Oak 21-21, A-H-S-T, Avoca 12-12
Red Oak 21-21, Guthrie Center 16-11
Red Oak 25-25, Clarinda 18-23
Red Oak 25-25, IKM-Manning 22-14
Ridge View 21-21, East Sac County 16-16
Ridge View 21-21, Panorama 16-7
Ridge View 21-21, Perry 17-15
Ridge View 21-21, South Central Calhoun 17-19
Shenandoah 21-21, Bedford 17-13
Shenandoah 21-21, Fremont-Mills 17-11
Shenandoah 21-21, Lenox 2-18
South Central Calhoun 21-21, Panorama 7-19
South Central Calhoun 21-21, St. Edmond, Fort Dodge 9-12
St. Albert, Council Bluffs 18-23-15, Treynor 21-21-9
St. Albert, Council Bluffs 21-21, Winterset 12-12
Stanton 21-21, Creston 11-13
Stanton 21-21, Essex 11-7
Stanton 21-21, Fremont-Mills 12-10
Stanton 21-21, Lenox 7-7
Stanton 21-21, Rock Port, MO 15-16
Stanton 23-21-15, Shenandoah 25-15-9
Treynor 21-21, Atlantic 8-5
Treynor 21-21, Glenwood 13-13
Treynor 21-21, Tri-Center, Neola 19-19
Treynor 21-21, Underwood 19-18
Treynor 23-21, Winterset 21-9
Tri-Center, Neola 21-21, Winterset 19-12
Underwood 21-21, Winterset 18-15
Wayne 25-25, Southeast Warren, Liberty Center 22-20
West Monona 17-21-15, Logan-Magnolia 21-8-12
West Monona 21-21, Charter Oak- Ute 17-9
West Monona 21-21, Charter Oak-Ute 17-9
West Monona 21-21, OA-BCIG 10-19
West Monona 25-25, Woodbine 16-19
Whiting 21-13-15, Boyer Valley 12-21-6
Winterset 10-21-15, Atlantic 21-17-11
Woodbine 21-21, Whiting 18-13

BATTLE OF UNBEATENS WON BY IKM-MANNING


(Manning) The IKM-Manning Wolves have started the 2012 season with a very impressive 3-0 start. The teams that the Wolves have defeated include OA-BCIG, Logan-Magnolia, and Tri-Center.

 

In a matchup of 2-0 teams during Week 3 IKM-Manning ran for 342 yards to roll past Tri-Center 49-27. 136 of those yards came from senior Devontay Hocken who scored two touchdowns on his 16 carries. Sophomore Sam Wegner averaged 7.3 yards on his twelve carries to give him a total of 88 yards and one TD. Scott Opperman and Cody Eischeid combined for 74 yards and two scores on the ground.

 

The IKM-Manning defense was able to hold Tri-Center to 27 points which was about half of their offensive average for the season going into the game. Shayne Wiese had 18 tackles while Cody Kahl and Cody Eischeid each had 10.

 

3-0 IKM-Manning has their first district game next week. They will play at Manson-NW Webster.

INEXPERIENCE CONTINUES TO DOOM STANTON


(Stanton) Since 2007, the Stanton Vikings have only lost a total of 9 regular season games. Unfortunately for the 2012 team, three of those losses have come this year.

 

The primary reason according to head coachJeff Grebin is the teams youth and inexperience. Greg Marshall represents the bulk of the team previous varsity repetitions and is one of only three seniors on a team that has just seven total upper classmen. Marshall racked up 22 tackles and ran for 114 yards on 16 carries in Week 3, but it wasn't enough in a 63-24 loss to Corning.

 

Week 4 will bring another tough challenge for Stanton, they take on a 1-2 Boyer Valley team that is coming off of a big win against Coon-Rapids Bayard. Week 5 brings an even more difficult matchup when Stanton will play at Fremont-Mills.

ST. ALBERT MAKES BIG STATEMENT IN DISTRICT OPENING WIN


(Council Bluffs) On the heals of a shutout loss to Lewis Central, the Saint Albert Falcon football team bounced back in style with a lopsided win over Panorama in Week 3. As Saint Albert prepared for their Week 2 crosstown rivalry game with Lewis Central, coach Kevin Culjat maintained that the Panorama matchup the following week was the game that his team had circled on their schedule.

 

When that Panorama game arrived it was apparent that Saint Albert was prepared for district play. The Falcons dominated their way to a 41-0 triumph and did most of their damage on the ground with Senior Cole Herr leading the way. Herr gained 128 of the teams 241 rushing yards. Tucker Culjat passed for 66 yards to add up to 301 yards of total offense in the victory that move the defending state runner-up's 2012 win/loss record to 2-1.

 

District play continues next week for the Falcons against 2-1 West Central Valley.

HEADING INTO WEEK 4 GRISWOLD LOOKS FOR OFFENSIVE SPARK


(Griswold) Through three games of the 2012 football season, the Griswold Tigers have only managed to score two touchdowns. In Week 3 the Tigers were knocked off 9-7 on a late Underwood field goal to drop their season record to 1-2.

 

Despite rushing for 241 yards in the Underwood loss, Griswold put just seven points on the board. The lone touchdown came from Kenneth Clary who picked up three of his team high 112 yards on a 2nd quarter touchdown run.

 

The bright spot for Griswold in their loss to Underwood was the continued strong play of the defense. The Tiger "D" has only given up 12 points in the last two weeks. They held Underwood scoreless through three quarters led by Collin Fast with 10 tackles and Tyler Muhlbauer with 9.

 

Griswold now focuses their attention an AHST team that has won back to back games. The game will air on KSOM

HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL SCORES, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 7


CLASS 4A:

 

Division 1

Council Bluffs, Abraham Lincoln 34, Council Bluffs, Thomas Jefferson 13 (NC)
Lewis Central 28, Indianola 7 (NC)

CLASS 3A:

District 1

ADM, Adel 21, Glenwood 14
Creston 32, Atlantic 19
Harlan 34, Perry 14
Lewis Central 28, Indianola 7 (NC)

District 2

Denison-Schleswig 29, Carroll 28
LeMars 55, Sergeant Bluff-Luton 20
Spencer 36, Storm Lake 13

CLASS 2A:

District 8

Mount Ayr 48, Clarinda 7 (ND)
OA-BCIG 52, Red Oak 12
Shenandoah 31, Greene County 12

CLASS 1A:

District 7

Mount Ayr 48, Clarinda 7 (ND)
Ogden 14, Des Moines Christian 9
Pella Christian 35, Central Decatur, Leon 14
Van Meter 35, Colfax-Mingo 0

District 8

IKM-Manning 49, Tri-Center, Neola 27 (ND)
Missouri Valley 29, Nodaway Valley 14
West Central Valley, Stuart 23, Treynor 12

CLASS A:

District 7

Madrid 40, Audubon 23
Woodward-Granger 46, Guthrie Center 0

District 8

East Mills 15, Riverside, Oakland 0
Logan-Magnolia 60, West Monona, Onawa 0
Underwood 9, Griswold 7
A-H-S-T 27 Westwood, Sloan 6

CLASS 8:

District 5

H-L-V, Victor 71, Meskwaki Settlement School 12
Tri-County, Thornburg 46, Moravia 6
Twin Cedars, Bussey 50, East Union, Afton 20 (ND)
Wayne, Corydon 56, Seymour 0

District 6

Adair-Casey 58, Lamoni 30
Colo-Nesco 66, Ankeny Christian Academy 14
Murray 68, Grandview Park Baptist, Des Moines 8
Twin Cedars, Bussey 50, East Union, Afton 20 (ND)

District 7

Ar-We-Va, Westside 48, Charter Oak-Ute 6
Boyer Valley, Dunlap 46, Coon Rapids-Bayard 34
Glidden-Ralston 70, Woodbine 18

EHK-Exira 60 at West Harrison, Mondamin 14

District 8

Corning 63, Stanton 24
Sidney 49, Lenox 6

Fremont-Mills, Tabor 49 at CAM, Anita 16

CRESTON-ORIENT-MACKSBURG REMAINS UNDEFEATED WITH WIN OVER ATLANTIC


(Atlantic) Creston-Orient-Macksburg Senior Quarterback Lucas Nietzel led the Panthers past Atlantic 32-19 in a Class 3A District 1 football game Friday night.

 

Lucas Neitzel carried the ball 23-times for 223-yards, and scored four touchdowns to spark the Panthers. Creston-OM’s ground game, coupled with 6-Trojan turnovers proved to be the difference in the game. The Panthers piled up 414-yards on the ground to the Trojans 127. Atlantic won the aerial attack. Trojan Quarterback Harrison Hoegh went 20-31 for 291-yards and one touchdown. Neitzel was 7-16 for 94-yards.

 

The game was deadlocked at 6-6 at the end of the first half. The Trojans scored on their opening drive to take a 6-0 lead. Kray Lukehart capped the 12-play-68-yard drive with a 19-yard touchdown run. But Creston matched it with a 7-play 67-yard drive of their own with 4:25 left in the first quarter to tie the game 6-6. That would be all the scoring in the first half.

 

Creston-O-M came out in the second half and rolled up 19 unanswered points to open up a 25-6 early into the fourth quarter. Lucas Neitzel scored two of the three TD’s on runs of 3 and 6-yards. Panther Tailback Bryce Mcllravy accounted for the other Creston score. Atlantic broke the Panther run early in the fourth quarter when Harrison Hoegh found Sam Markham on a 79-yard touchdown pass to close the gap 25-13 after the extra point. But Creston answered right back. Neitzel got loose on a 56-yard run which gave Creston-O-M a 32-13 lead after the PAT. The mountain became just too difficult for the Trojans to climb after that.

 

Trailing 32-13, Atlantic put one more score across with 5:23 left in the contest. Jacob Dvorak squirted through the Panther Defensive line for a 21-yard touchdown run to tighten the gap to 32-19. But that would be it for the Trojans.

 

The Panthers extend their record to 3-0 and host ADM next week. Atlantic travels to undefeated Council Bluffs Lewis Central.

 

Click here for the postgame comments from Creston coach Brian Morrison

 

Click here for the postgame comments from Creston senior Luke Neitzel

 

 

FREMONT-MILLS FLEXES MUCLES AGAINST CAM IN 49-16 WIN


(Anita) Strong play by the CAM defense early on combined with Fremont-Mills turnovers allowed the Cougars to keep the game close in the first half before Fremont-Mills rose up in the second half.

 

Defending state champion Fremont-Mills took a big step towards eliminating any doubt that they are an established program as opposed to a one year wonder in their hard fought 49-16 win over CAM Friday night. Fremont-Mills marched down the field in less than two minute on their opening drive and capped it off with a Spencer Phillips three yard touchdown run. CAM was able to hang with a very big Fremont-Mills team throughout the rest of the first quarter and tied the game on a 49 yard screen pass from Trevor McKee to Brady Runyan. With the game tied at 8 late in the opening quarter, Fremont-Mills returned the kickoff for a TD and never looked back. Spencer Phillips scored his second of three touchdowns late in the first half from seven yards out to give Fremont-Mills a 22-8 halftime edge.

 

Fremont-Mills size and power was on display in the second half when they ran for four touchdowns. The Knights, who extend their regular season win streak to 21 games, got two TD's from Clayton Wilson (55 and 22 yards) in the second half and onother from Mackenzy Lang (9 yards). CAM's final score of the game came in the final minute of play when Jarrad Cavin reeled in an yard pass from Trevor McKee.

 

CAM drops to 2-2 while Fremont-Mills is 3-0.

 

Click here for the postgame interview with CAM coach Joe Wollum

RESULTS FROM GREENE COUNTY CROSS COUNTRY MEET


(Jefferson) Several area schools competed in the cross country meet hosted by Greene County on Thursday.  The meet was split into two divisions with sixteen girls teams and sixteen boys teams competing.

 

In the girls Class A Division Megan Deist of Audubon placed first individually. In Class A girls team scoring, Panorama, Audubon, IKM-Manning, and Guthrie Center finished 3rd, 4th, 5th, and 6th respectively.

 

In the girls Class AA Division it was Brittany Sawyers of Winterset getting the individual win. In team scoring for AA girls Winterset and Creston went 1-2.

 

On the boys side at Greene County in Division A Guthrie Center placed four runners in the top ten to win the meet. Kuemper Catholic's Dustin Werner won Division AA to help Kuemper Catholic secure the team title.

 

Click here to download the complete results from Greene County

HIGH SCHOOL VOLLEYBALL SCORES FROM THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 6TH


Adair-Casey 25-25-25, Iowa Christian Academy 19-22-17
AR-WE-VA, Westside 12-21-15, Coon Rapids-Bayard 21-18-4
AR-WE-VA, Westside 16-21-15, Earlham 21-16-11
AR-WE-VA, Westside 21-21, Carlisle 14-19
Carlisle 21-21, Coon Rapids-Bayard 8-13
Central Decatur, Leon 23-25-20-26-15, Lenox 25-8-25-24-11
Des Moines Christian 19-21-15, AR-WE-VA, Westside 21-10-11
Des Moines Christian 21-21, Coon Rapids-Bayard 18-19
Earlham 15-21-15, Panorama 21-10-11
Earlham 19-21-15, Collins-Maxwell/Baxter 21-8-6
Exira-EHK 25-25-25, Paton-Churdan 11-12-21
Fremont-Mills 25-25-25, Essex 18-12-16
Glidden-Ralston 24-27-25-25, CAM, Anita 26-25-15-20
Grandview Park Baptist 25-25-25, Ankeny Christian Academy 11-12-15
Martensdale-St Marys 25-26-25, Corning 23-24-14
Murray 25-25-25, Diagonal 4-11-7
Nodaway Valley 25-25-25, Pleasantville 18-18-19
Perry 21-21, Earlham 16-15
Stanton 25-25-25, East Mills 7-18-10
Tri-Center, Neola 25-23-20-25-15, Missouri Valley 14-25-25-15-11
West Central Valley, Stuart 26-25-25, Interstate 35, Truro 24-23-16

IGHSAU UPDATED VOLLEYBALL RANKINGS


Class 1A
 

1 Grundy Center
2 Holy Trinity Catholic
3 Janesville
4 Tripoli
5 East Union
6 Central Lyon
7 LeMars Gehlen Catholic
8 Lisbon
9 Bellevue Marquette Catholic
10 Stanton
11 New London
12 Bedford
13 Laurens-Marathon
14 Preston
15 Midland

Class 2A

1 Dike-New Hartford
2 Western Christian
3 West Branch
4 Council Bluffs St. Albert
5 Ridge View
6 Treynor
7 Denver
8 Woodward-Granger
9 Kuemper Catholic
10 Hinton
11 Durant
12 Lake Mills
13 Sumner-Fredericksburg
14 IKM-Manning
15 Edgewood-Colesburg

Class 3A

 

1 Mediapolis
2 Davenport Assumption
3 Nevada
4 Mount Vernon
5 Unity Christian
6 West Liberty
7 Cascade
8 MOC-Floyd Valley
9 Sioux Center
10 Union
11 East Sac County
12 ADM
13 Red Oak

14 Estherville-Lincoln Central
15 Clarinda

Class 4A

 

1 Sioux City Bishop Heelan
2 Charles City
3 North Scott
4 Harlan
5 Waverly-Shell Rock
6 Dubuque Wahlert Catholic
7 Cedar Rapids Xavier
8 Solon
9 Fairfield
10 Maquoketa
11 West Delaware
12 LeMars
13 Lewis Central
14 Marion
15 Newton

Class 5A
1 Iowa City High
2 Dubuque Hempstead
3 Ankeny
4 Dowling Catholic
5 Urbandale
6 Pleasant Valley
7 Muscatine
8 Ames
9 Cedar Falls
10 Cedar Rapids Washington

BOYS CROSS COUNTRY RANKINGS FROM ASSOCIATION OF TRACK COACHES


Class 1A

 

Team

  1. St. Albert
  2. Denver
  3. Trinity Christian
  4. West Lyon
  5. Dike-New Hartford
  6. Hudson
  7. Guthrie Center
  8. Alta-Aurelia
  9. BCLUW
  10. Tri-Center
  11. Highland
  12. Nashua Plainfield
  13. Bellevue Marquette
  14. Eagle Grove
  15. Earlham

Individuals

1-Josh Sindelar, St. Albert

6-Spencer Rochholz, Adair-Casey

8-T.J. Bower, Nodaway Valley

16-Ean Patrick, Riverside

18-Emmitt Wheatley, Adair-Casey

19-Ellis Johnson, Logan-Magnolia

21-Gus Doll, St. Albert

22-Eddy Halbur, Guthrie Center

24-Adam Christensen, St. Albert

25-Jordan Christensen, Guthrie Center

28-Austin Dunbar, Van Meter

 

Class 2A

 

Team

  1. Monticello
  2. Spirit Lake
  3. St. Edmond, Fort Dodge
  4. Tipton
  5. North Polk
  6. Gilbert
  7. South Winneshiek
  8. Western Christian
  9. Okoboji
  10. Center Point Urbana
  11. North Iowa
  12. OA-BCIG
  13. South Central Calhoun
  14. Osage
  15. Unity Christian

Individuals

23-Travis Schon, Red Oak

28-Drew Pauley, Missouri Valley

 

Class 3A

 

Team

  1. Decorah
  2. Pella
  3. Bishop Heelan Catholic
  4. Wahlert Dubuque
  5. Boone
  6. Grinnell
  7. Knoxville
  8. Mt. Vernon/Lisbon
  9. Glenwood
  10. Dallas Center-Grimes
  11. Charles City
  12. MOC/Floyd Valley
  13. Fort Madison
  14. Columbus Catholic
  15. Assumption Davenport

3A Individuals

13-Sean Skillern, Shenandoah-Essex

25-James Fuller, Glenwood

 

Class 4A

  1. Dowling Catholic WDM
  2. Linn-Mar
  3. Pleasant Valley
  4. Iowa City West
  5. Dubuque Senior
  6. Valley WDM
  7. Iowa City High
  8. Cedar Falls
  9. Burlington
  10. Washington CR
  11. CR Prairie
  12. Waukee
  13. Indianola
  14. Johnston
  15. Ames

GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY RANKINGS FROM IOWA ASSOCIATION OF TRACK COACHES


Class 1A

 

Team

  1. Griswold
  2. Earlham
  3. North linn
  4. Eagle Grove
  5. Pekin
  6. Dike New Hartford
  7. Denver
  8. Tri-Center
  9. Bishop Garrigan
  10. Corning
  11. Nashua Plainfield
  12. Central Elkader
  13. Hudson
  14. Gehlen Catholic
  15. BCLUW

Individuals

1-Rebekah Topham, Griswold

6-Abbey Murphy, Earlham

7-Tiffany Shepherd, Corning

12-Alex Larson, Tri-Center

15-Kristen Weber, Earlham

18-Alyx Flippin, Griswold

22-Jordyn Sindt, Griswold

 

Class 2A

  1. Unity Christian
  2. Sioux Center
  3. North Fayette
  4. Western Christian
  5. Gilbert
  6. North Polk
  7. South Winneshiek
  8. Regina
  9. Roland Story
  10. OA-BCIG
  11. Davis County
  12. Monticello
  13. NE Goose Lake
  14. South Hamilton
  15. Aplington-Parkersburg

Class 3A

 

Team

 

 

  1. Davenport Assumption
  2. Wahlert Dubuque
  3. Solon
  4. Decorah
  5. Pella
  6. MOC/Floyd Valley
  7. Dallas-Center Grimes
  8. Harlan
  9. Heelan Sioux City
  10. Algona
  11. Mt. Vernon Lisbon
  12. Williamsburg
  13. Garner-Hayfield
  14. Benton
  15. Webster City

Individuals

15-Jess Feldman, Harlan

23-Bailey Kuhl, Harlan

25-Brittany Sawyers, Winterset

26-Maria Mostek, Creston

 

Class 4A

  1. Dowling WDM
  2. Linn-Mar
  3. Pleasant Valley
  4. CR Kennedy
  5. Iowa City West
  6. Valley WDM
  7. Bettendorf
  8. Cedar Falls
  9. Waukee
  10. Johnston
  11. Roosevelt DM
  12. Iowa City High
  13. Ames
  14. Dubuque Senior
  15. Ankeny

GRISWOLD GIRLS, SHENANDOAH BOYS WIN CROSS COUNTRY MEET AT CLARINDA


Boys Team Scoring

  1. Shenandoah 33
  2. Harlan 69
  3. Gretna 73
  4. Red Oak 156
  5. Atlantic 169
  6. Tarkio 186
  7. Nebraska City 263
  8. Clarinda 290
  9. Corning 298
  10. Maryville 316
  11. Griswold 318

Click here for the link to the individual boys results from Clarinda

 

Girls Team Scoring

  1. Griswold 56
  2. Harlan 68
  3. Gretna 78
  4. Shenandoah 84
  5. Winnetonka 131
  6. Atlantic 144
  7. Glenwood 180
  8. Corning 215
  9. Villisca 274
  10. Nebraska City 303
  11. Bedford 351

Click here for the link to the girls individual results from Clarinda

STANTON AND CORNING EACH EYEING FIRST WIN


(Stanton) With only one primary starter with a significant amount of playing time coming back, the Stanton Viking football team has struggled to an 0-2 start to the season.

 

Several freshman have seen action in the Vikings losses to Villisca and Lenox. Coach Jeff Grebin says the team has gotten off to quick starts but the problem is finishing games.

 

They'll be taking on a Corning team that is also 0-2, so one team will notch their first win of the season this week. Corning has dropped games to Fremont-Mills and Essex/South Page.

 

Click here for the interview with Stanton coach Jeff Grebin

IKM-MANNING CONTINUES QUALITY NON-DISTRICT SCHEDULE WITH TRI-CENTER IN WEEK 3


(Manning) The 2-0 IKM-Manning football team takes on 2-0 Tri-Center this friday night.

 

IKM-Manning has defeated OA-BCIG 24-19 and Logan-Magnolia 26-7 the past two weeks and Wolves co-head coach Floyd Forman says Tri-Center is very comparable to those teams.  The main difference is that Tri-Center has less size and more speed which will test IKM-Manning's defense. Coach Forman says the gameplan is to make sure everyone is playing disciplined defense and doing their own job against a Tri-Center offense that is averaging 51 points per game.

 

After making it to the dome in 2008 and 2009, IKM-Manning has been ousted in the first round of the playoffs in each of the last two seasons. Coach Forman says this year's team is better than they have been the last two years and is one of the fastest teams he has ever coached.

 

Click here for the interview with co-head coach Floyd Forman

HIGH SCHOOL VOLLEYBALL SCORES FROM TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 4


A-D-M, Adel 25-25-24-27, Perry 23-12-26-25
Audubon 26-23-23-20-15, AR-WE-VA, Westside 24-25-25-20-9
Bedford 25-25-25, Nodaway Valley 16-23-13
Carroll 25-19-25-24-15, Boone 21-25-13-26-9
Earlham 22-25-25-25, Madrid 25-7-19-13
East Union 25-25-25, Lenox 9-2-18
Exira-EHK 25-25-25-25, Orient-Macksburg 15-19-27-22
Glidden-Ralston 25-25-18-25, Ankeny Christian Academy 13-22-25-17
Grandview Park Baptist 23-25-25-25, Adair-Casey 25-19-19-22
Kuemper Catholic, Carroll 17-25-25-25, Denison-Schleswig 25-11-8-16
Lewis Central 24-17-26-25-15, Harlan 26-25-24-23-13
Martensdale-St Marys 25-25-22-26-15, Pleasantville 17-12-25-28-7
Murray 14-25-23-25-15, Lamoni 25-21-25-18-13
Pella 25-24-21-25-15, Dallas Center-Grimes 20-26-25-23-10
Red Oak 13-26-25-14-15, Shenandoah 25-24-21-25-11
St. Albert, Council Bluffs 25-25-25, Underwood 19-21-9
Van Meter 25-25-25, Coon Rapids-Bayard 18-13-9
West Central Valley, Stuart 25-25-25, Panorama 17-14-21
West Harrison 25-26-14-15-15, Charter Oak-Ute 15-24-25-25-12
Westwood, Sloan 25-14-25-25, OA-BCIG 23-25-15-23
Woodbine 18-25-25-18-15, Logan-Magnolia 25-21-15-25-10
Woodward-Granger 25-25-26, Des Moines Christian 13-19-24

 

RADIO IOWA FOOTBALL RANKINGS FOLLOWING WEEK 2


Class 4A
1. Ankeny (2-0)

2. Bettendorf (2-0)

3. Iowa City West (2-0)

4. Dowling Catholic (3-0)

5. Cedar Falls (2-0)

6. WDM Valley (2-1)

7. Pleasant Valley (2-0)

8. S.E. Polk (1-1)

9. Urbandale (2-0)

10.Cedar Rapids Xavier (2-0)

 

Class 3A
1. Decorah (2-0)

2. Sioux City Heelan (2-0)

3. Lewis Central (2-0)

4. Harlan (2-0)

5. Norwalk (2-0)

6. Grinnell (2-0)

7. Creston/O-M (2-0)

8. Maquoketa (2-0)

9. Knoxville (2-0)

10.LeMars (2-0)

 

Class 2A
1. Mediapolis (2-0)

2. Boyden-Hull/Rock Valley (2-0)

3. Carroll Kuemper (2-0)

4. Spirit Lake (2-0)

5. West Marshall (3-0)

6. New Hampton (2-0)

7. Forest City (2-0)

8. Union (LaPorte City) (1-1)

9. Bondurant-Farrar (2-0)

10.Clarion-Goldfield (2-0)

Class 1A
1. Iowa City Regina (2-0)

2. West Branch (2-0)

3. Fort Dodge St. Edmond (2-0)

4. Pella Christian (2-0)

5. South Winneshiek (2-0)

6. St. Albert (Council Bluffs) (1-1)

7. Sumner-Fredricksburg (2-0)

8. Aplington-Parkersburg (1-1)
9. Emmetsburg (1-1)

10.Saint Ansgar (2-0)

Class A
1. Woodward-Granger (2-0)

2. West Lyon (2-0)

3. Wapsie Valley (2-0)

4. West Hancock (1-1)

5. Woodbury Central (2-0)

6. Lawton-Bronson (2-0)

7. North Tama (2-1)

8. Logan-Magnolia (1-1)

9. Akron-Westfield (2-2)
10.Madrid (1-1)

 

Eight-man
1. Adair-Casey (3-0)

2. Murray (3-0)

3. Newell-Fonda (2-0)

4. Don Bosco (2-0)

5. Melcher-Dallas (3-0)

6. Fremont-Mills (2-0)

7. Coon Rapids-Bayard (3-0)
8. Preston (2-0)
9. Janesville (1-1)
10.Lenox (3-0)

BIG TEST AWAITS TRI-CENTER IN WEEK 3


(Neola) Tri-Center will take on IKM-Manning in a Week 3 game that will determine alot about both teams. Each squad is undefeated coming into the matchup and both teams have looked very strong in their first two wins of the season.

 

For Tri-Center it has been a strong running game, an improved defense, and an explosive special teams unit that has led the charge. The team is averaging over 300 yards per game on the ground in wins over AHST and Underwood. They held their first two oppenents to a combined 23 points. Britton Barrier has bolstered a special teams group with three punt returns for touchdown.

 

Trojan head coach John Tiarks says IKM-Manning represents what Tri-Center is trying to become, that is a consisted program. 

 

Click here for the interview with Tri-Center coach John Tiarks

 

ADAIR-CASEY CONTINUES TO ROLL PAST THE COMPETITION


(Adair-Casey) Adair-Casey sprinted ahead of East Union in Week 2 and coasted to a 62-20 win. The Bombers were able to put the game out of reach very early on and then watch the clock continue to run as they moved to 3-0 on the season.

 

Adair-Casey ran for 326 yards and passed for 77 against East Union. Clayton Plowman went for 118 yards and three scores on only four carries. Senior Jordan Wheatley added three more sacks to his state best total of six on the season. J. Wheatley also ran for 90 yards and two touchdowns. Gunnar Dinkla ran for a 54 yard touchdown on his only rushing attempt and complete both passing attempts for touchdowns. Dinkla connected with Josh Irlmeier on a 39 yard score and also hit Emmitt Wheatley from 38 yards out.

 

3-0 Adair-Casey takes their 54.3 points per game average into a Week 3 matchup at Lamoni. Lamoni is also 3-0 and they have only allowed 20 points (8.6 ppg) all year.

CAM HOPES TO SNAP FREMONT-MILLS LENGTHY REGULAR SEASON WIN STREAK


(Anita) Since moving to 8-player football in 2010, Fremont-Mills has won every single regular season game they have played. That's a 20 game regular season win streak for the defending state champions.

 

The 2-1 CAM Cougars stand in the way of Fremont-Mills and their 21st straight regular season win. After losing thier season opener to #1 ranked Adair-Casey in Week 0, CAM has fired back to win a pair of lopsided games. Last week it was Nishnabotna that took a 50-14 loss at the hands of CAM. The Cougars got a five touchdown performance from Trevor McKee in that game. The Senior quarterback completed six of his eight pass attempts for 85 yards and two scores plus ran seven times for 85 yards and three touchdowns. His TD passes went to Jarrad Cavin who caught four total passes for 53 yards. Dylan Amdor and Brady Runyan each ran for a score as well. Amdor totalled 134 yards while Runyan tallied 39.

 

Fremont-Mills has had little trouble finding their way to a 2-0 record this season. The reigning 8-Player champions have trounced Corning 54-12 and Whiting 62-12 in the first two weeks of the season.

1-1 AUDUBON HITS TOUGHEST PART OF THEIR SCHEDULE THE NEXT THREE WEEKS


(Audubon) The Audubon Wheelers will look to bounce back from a loss at AHST when they take on Madrid this week. Audubon coach Monte Riebhoff describes last week's defeat as 'sluggish.' Audubon grabbed an early lead in Week 2 before losing the game 36-20.

 

The Wheelers start district play this week and while the team moves from Class 1A last year to Class A this year, that doesn't necessarily mean the schedule will be any easier, at least not at first. The Wheelers next three weeks feature matchups with Madrid, Woodward-Granger, and Bedford.

 

Madrid, like Audubon, is 1-1 on the season. Madrid lost their season opening game to Des Moines Christian by seven points but then rebounded to beat Van Meter last week 24-19.

 

Among the keys for Audubon will be stopping Madrid's stout running game. Madrid is averaging 332 rushing yards per game.

 

Click to listen to the interview with Audubon coach Monte Riebhoff

AHST VIKINGS ENTER DISTRICT PLAY WITH 1-1 RECORD


(Avoca) Senior Jake Larsen rumbled for 129 yards and three touchdowns on seventeen carries last Friday night to lead AHST to their first win of the season. The Vikings topped Audubon 36-20 in a come from behind victory. AHST evens their record at 1-1 with the win in their home opener. Tyler Robinson added 61 rushing yards to help the team tally 250 of their 317 total yards through the running game. Austin Fink and Jake Olesen each hauled in touchdown receptions in AHST's final non-district game.

 

The Vikings will play at home once again when they begin the district schedule in Week 3. Coming to town is 0-2 Westwood, Sloan, a team that is averaging only 12 points per game.

SPORTS SPOTLIGHT WEEK 2 HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL RANKINGS


CLASS 4A


1-Ankeny (2-0) (2)
2-Dowling Catholic (3-0) (4)
3-Bettendorf (3-0) (3)
4-Iowa City West (2-0) (5)
5-Cedar Falls (2-0) (6)
6-West Des Moines Valley (2-1) (1)
7-Cedar Rapids Xavier (2-0) (7)
8-Pleasant Valley (2-0) (8)
9-Urbandale (2-0) (9)
10-Johnston (1-1) (10)

 

Watch List: Iowa City High, North Scott (Eldridge), Southeast Polk, Waterloo East

 

CLASS 3A


1-Decorah (2-0) (1)
2-Creston/Orient-Macksburg (2-0) (2)
3-Grinnell (2-0) (4)
4-Bishop Heelan (Sioux City) (2-0) (7)
5-Lewis Central (Council Bluffs) (2-0) (8)
6-Harlan (2-0) (5)

7-Norwalk (2-0) (NR)
8-Maquoketa (2-0) (10)
9-A-D-M (Adel) (2-0) (NR)
10-Atlantic (2-0) (10)

 

Watch List: Marion, Pella, Vinton-Shellsburg, West Delaware (Manchester)

 

CLASS 2A
1-Spirit Lake (2-0) (1)
2-Boyden-Hull/Rock Valley (2-0) (2)
3-Mediapolis (2-0) (3)
4-Kuemper Catholic (Carroll) (2-0) (4)
5-West Marshall (State Center) (3-0) (5)
6-Center Point-Urbana (2-0) (6)
7-Union (LaPorte City) (1-1) (7)
8-Davis County (Bloomfield) (2-0) (8)
9-Beckman (Dyersville) (1-1) (10)
10-Bondurant-Farrar (2-0) (9)

 

Watch List: Albia, Cascade (Western Dubuque), Clarion-Goldfield, Gilbert, New Hampton

 

 

CLASS 1A


1-Iowa City Regina (2-0) (5)
2-Emmetsburg (1-1)  (1)
3-St. Edmond (Fort Dodge) (2-0) (4)
4-West Branch (2-0) (2)
5-South Winneshiek (Calmar) (2-0) (7)
6-Pella Christian (2-0) (8)
7-Saint Ansgar (2-0) (NR)
8-IKM-Manning (2-0) (NR)
9-Aplington-Parkersburg (1-1) (3)
10-Maquoeketa Valley (Dehli) (2-0) (9)
10-Dike-New Hartford (2-0) (10)

 

Watch List: Central Decatur (Leon), Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn, Mount Ayr, Panorama (Panora), St. Albert (Council Bluffs), Sumner-Fredericksburg, Tri-Center (Neola), Van Meter

 

CLASS A


1-West Lyon (Inwood) (2-0) (1)
2-Wapsie Valley (Fairbank) (2-0) (2)
3-Woodward-Granger (2-0) (5)
4-West Hancock (Britt) (1-1) (4)
5-Martensdale-St. Marys (2-0) (10)
6-North Tama (Traer) (2-1) (6)
7-Woodbury Central (Moville) (2-0) (7)
8-Madrid (1-1) (NR)
9-Akron-Westfield (2-0) (NR)
10-WACO (Wayland) (2-0) (NR)

 

Watch List: Iowa Valley (Marengo), Logan-Magnolia,  Lone Tree, Pekin

 

CLASS 8-Player


1-Newell-Fonda (2-0) (1)
2-Don Bosco (Gilbertville) (2-0) (5)
3-Adair-Casey (3-0) (3)
4-Fremont-Mills (Tabor) (2-0) (4)

5-Janesville (2-1) (2)
6-Melcher-Dallas (3-0) (6)
7-Murray (3-0) (7)
8-Exira/Elk Horn-Kimballton (2-0) (8)

9-Preston (2-0) (9)
10-Coon Rapids-Bayard (3-0) (10)


Watch List: CAM (Anita), Clarksville, Glidden-Ralston, H-L-V (Victor), Lamoni, Lenox, Sidney, West Central (Maynard)

AUGUST 31 HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL SCORES


CLASS 4A:

Council Bluffs, Thomas Jefferson 28  Glenwood 26


CLASS 3A:

District 1

ADM, Adel 48, Winterset 14 (ND)
Atlantic 25, Carroll 20 (ND)
Boone 40, Perry 14 (ND)
Creston 49, Clarinda 7 (ND)
Harlan 21, Council Bluffs, Abraham Lincoln 7 (NC)
Lewis Central 48, St. Albert, Council Bluffs 0 (ND)

 

District 2

Kuemper Catholic, Carroll 45, Denison-Schleswig 6 (ND)

CLASS 2A:

 

West Marshall, State Center 33, Panorama, Panora 26 (ND)

District 8

East Mills 42, Clarinda Academy 0 (ND)
Kuemper Catholic, Carroll 45, Denison-Schleswig 6 (ND)
OA-BCIG 53, Cherokee, Washington 27 (ND)
Treynor 12, Red Oak 8 (ND)


 

CLASS 1A:

District 2

IKM-Manning 26, Logan-Magnolia 7 (ND)
Maple Valley-Anthon-Oto 49, Westwood, Sloan 16 (ND)

 

District 8

Griswold 7, Nodaway Valley 3 (ND)
Lewis Central 48, St. Albert, Council Bluffs 0 (ND)
Missouri Valley 47, West Monona, Onawa 12 (ND)
Treynor 12, Red Oak 8 (ND)
West Central Valley, Stuart 34, Earlham 21 (ND)
West Marshall, State Center 33, Panorama, Panora 26 (ND)


CLASS A:


District 7

 

A-H-S-T, Avoca 36, Audubon 20 (ND)
Madrid 24, Van Meter 19 (ND)
Martensdale-St. Marys 46, Pleasantville 21 (ND)
Mount Ayr 41, Bedford 14 (ND)
South Hamilton, Jewell 52, Woodward Academy 12 (ND)
West Central Valley, Stuart 34, Earlham 21 (ND)
Woodward-Granger 35, Des Moines Christian 6 (ND)


District 8

 

East Mills 42, Clarinda Academy 0 (ND)
Griswold 7, Nodaway Valley 3 (ND)
IKM-Manning 26, Logan-Magnolia 7 (ND)
Maple Valley-Anthon-Oto 49, Westwood, Sloan 16 (ND)
Missouri Valley 47, West Monona, Onawa 12 (ND)

 

CLASS 8:

District 1

Fremont-Mills, Tabor 62, Whiting 12 (ND)
 

District 6

Adair-Casey 62, East Union, Afton 20
Colo-Nesco 46, Northeast Hamilton, Blairsburg 22 (ND)
Grandview Park Baptist, Des Moines 43, Mormon Trail, Garden Grove 16
Lamoni 32, Tri-County, Thornburg 14 (ND)
Murray 90, Ankeny Christian Academy 12

District 7

Coon Rapids-Bayard 53, Heartland Christian 24
Glidden-Ralston 58, Boyer Valley, Dunlap 24
River Valley, Correctionville 54, Ar-We-Va, Westside 19 (ND)
West Harrison, Mondamin 84, Charter Oak-Ute 46

District 8

CAM, Anita 50, Nishnabotna 14
Essex 47, Corning 36
Fremont-Mills, Tabor 62, Whiting 12 (ND)
Lenox 56, Stanton 18


 

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