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Class 3A


Thursday, November 8, Noon

32-4 Iowa Falls-Alden vs 42-0 Mediapolis

27-10 Mount Vernon vs 28-7 Davenport Assumption


Thursday, November 8, 1:30

33-7 Union vs 31-6 Sioux Center

27-6 Red Oak vs 30-8 MOC-Floyd Valley


Class 4A


Wednesday, November 7, 6:00

32-5 Harlan vs 31-4 Solon

26-11 Cedar Rapids Xavier vs 41-2 Charles City


Wednesday, November 7, 7:30

27-5 North Scott vs 44-7 Waverly-Shell Rock

31-11 West Delaware vs 35-10 Bishop Heelan Catholic


Class 5A


Wednesday, November 7, 3:00

26-8 Johnston vs 29-6 Ankeny

20-11 Bettendorf vs 29-6 Dubuque Hempstead


Wednesday, November 7, 4:30

31-8 Urbandale vs 37-1 Pleasant Valley

33-10 Dowling Catholic vs 29-8 Iowa City High


(Red Oak) The Red Oak Tigers have won three straight matches to land them in the Class 3A State Tournament. In the Regional Tournament the Tigers have picked up wins in the Regional Tourney against Atlantic, Clarinda, and ADM.


In the regional final win sophomore Kate Walker posted a team high 13 kills. The Tigers of Red Oak won in straight sets, 25-21, 25-23 and 26-24. Senior Josie Snyder came up with 23 digs in the win.


Red Oak goes to the state tournament at 27-6. The team has won 11 of their last 12 matches. In the first round at state they draw 30-8 MOC-Floyd Valley. The match will be played Thursday, November 8th at 1:30 p.m.


(Manning) IKM-Manning is one win away from making it to the UNI-Dome for the first time since 2009. The Wolves got to this point with a 28-17 win over South O'Brien on Monday.


IKM-Manning got touchdown runs from Scott Opperman, Shayne Wiese, and Sam Wegner in the win. A key play in the game was an 84 yard kickoff return for a touchdown by Devontay Hocken.


The Wolves defense continued their strong play this season forcing four fumbles. Cody Eischeid led the team with 20 tackles and Shayne Wiese had 19.


Emmetsburg comes into the quarterfinals with a 10-1 mark. Their only loss was to Class 2A unbeaten Boyden-Hull/Rock Valley. The teams will meet up in Manning this Friday night.


Click here for the interview with IKM-Manning co-coach Floyd Forman


(Harlan) For the second straight year the Harlan Community Cyclone volleyball team will finish their season in Cedar Rapids at the state tournament. The Cyclones downed Dallas Center-Grimes in straight sets last night to earn a return trip to state.


The Cyclones made quick work of it last night with a 25-9, 25-14, and 25-15 win. Dallas Center-Grimes rallied midway through the third set, but Harlan's potent attack eventually proved to be too much to overcome.


Harlan heads to the state tournament with a 32-5 record, they have won 23 of their last 25 matches. The Cyclones are scheduled to play 31-4 Solon in the first round on Wednesday, November 7th at 6:00 p.m.


Class 3A

Red Oak 25-25-26, ADM 21-23-24


Class 4A

Harlan 25-25-25, Dallas Center-Grimes 9-14-15

Bishop Heelan 20-25-25-25, Lewis Central 25-16-15-22


Class 5A

Ankeny 25-25-25, Council Bluffs Abraham Lincoln 19-19-19



(Carroll) Kuemper Catholic's 32-7 win over North Polk Monday night puts the Knights into the Class 2A Quarterfinals. Kuemper passed and ran for over 200 yards in the win.


Junior quarterback Cole Neary completed 15 of 27 passes for 207 yards and 2 TD's. Chase Rupiper carried for 100 yards on 14 attempts while Josh Irlbeck added 60 yards and two scores.


The win puts the Knights at 11-0 this season. They will oppose fellow unbeaten West Marshall, State Center for a trip to the Dome this Friday.


Click here for the interview with Kuemper Catholic coach Chad Klein


(Exira) Exira-EHK's unblemished record stays intact with a 56-7 win over Coon Rapids-Bayard in second round play-off action at Exira Wednesday night.The Spartans took advantage of 8-Crusader turnover's. Drew Peppers grabbed three interceptions and scored three touchdowns for the Spartans now 11-0.


Spartan Quarterback Drew Peppers scored three first quarter touchdowns on runs of 2, 6, and snagged a 55-yard touchdown pass from his brother Nick Peppers to put the Spartans up 20-0 with 6:38 left to play in the first quarter. The Spartans scored twice more in the second stanza on a Drew Peppers to Trey Sander 33-yard pass, and a ten-yard run that gave Exira-EHK a 35-0 Halftime lead.


The Crusaders got on the board at the 3:15 mark in the third quarter on Keaton Schlatter's 20-yard pass to Brenden McAllister to cut the lead to 35-7. The Spartans then added three more scores in the fourth quarter. Drew Peppers scored on a 6-yard run, Trey Sander ran it in from 19-yards out, and Cody Jens recovered a fumble in the end zone for the final score of the night.


Trey Sander led the Spartan rushing attack on 17-carries for 116-yards and two touchdowns. Nick Peppers carried the ball 18-times for 109-yards and Drew Peppers finished the night with 64-yards on 18-carries. The Sophomore Quarterback went 5-8 in the air for 81-yars and one touchdown... a 32-yarder to Trey Sander.


Exira-EHK will be home again this Friday night as they host Glidden-Ralston in a quarter-final playoff showdown for a trip to the semi-finals in the UNI-Dome in Cedar Falls. This will be the second meeting of these two teams. The Spartens won the first contest 40-20 in a game on September 21.


The winner of this game will earn a trip to the UNI-Dome for a semi-final on November 8.


October 30, 2012


(Victor) Murray eliminated Adair-Casey in the quarterfinal round of the 8-player football playoffs last year. Bomber fans and players do not need to be reminded of that. The team finally has a chance to avenge that loss this Friday night in the 2012 quarterfinals.


Adair-Casey advances to that matchup with a 52-20 victory at HLV, Victor on Monday. The Bombers raced out to a 21-0 lead and were on top 42-6 by halftime. Gunnar Dinkla passed for two scores (34 yards to Traeton Jensen and 35 yards to Jordan Wheatley) and ran for two more. Clayton Plowman ran for two first half touchdowns to aid the Bomber's cause. HLV did make a run in the second half cutting the lead to 42-20 at one point, but that's when Gunnar Dinkla found Jordan Wheatley wide open down the left sideline on a play-action fake to put the game away. HLV's last gasp at a comeback attempt was negated when a 77-yard touchdown pass was wiped off the board on a holding call in the end zone resulting in a safety, and thus a 52-20 Bomber lead.


Adair-Casey moves to 10-1 on the season. They are one step away from returning to the Dome for the first time since 2009. Standing in their way will be the very familiar Murray Mustangs who have defeated Adair-Casey the last two times the teams have met up. Friday night's game between 10-1 Adair-Casey and 11-0 Murray will air on KS95.7 FM.


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





Second Round Playoffs

Monday October 29th



Johnston (6-5) 17 Valley, WDM (9-2) 42

Sioux City, East (8-3) 10  Ankeny (11-0) 45

Dowling Catholic WDM (9-2) 38  Waukee (8-3) 0

Marshalltown (7-4) 17 Southeast Polk (9-2) 52



Carroll (4-7) 19 Lewis Central (9-2) 22

Spencer (7-4) 35 Bishop Heelan Catholic (10-1) 57

Pella (7-4) 27 Williamsburg (10-1) 54

Washington (7-4) 21  Winterset (8-3) 27



Nevada (6-5) 7 West Marshall, State Center (11-0) 27

North Polk, Alleman (7-4) 7 Kuemper Catholic Carroll (11-0) 32



St Edmond Fort Dodge (9-2) 0 Emmetsburg (10-1) 28

South O’Brien, Paullina (8-3)17 IKM Manning (11-0) 28

Ogden (6-5) 14 Mount Ayr (11-0) 21

Van Meter (8-3) 7 St. Albert Council Bluffs (10-1) 42



Griswold (7-4) 13 Woodward Granger (11-0) 24

AHST Avoca (7-4) 14 Logan Magnolia (10-1) 41



Coon-Rapids Bayard (7-4) 7 Exira-EHK (11-0) 56

Glidden Ralston (9-2) 42 Sidney (10-1) 23

Adair-Casey (10-1) 52 H-L-V Victor (9-1) 20

Colo-Nesco (7-4) 40 Murray (11-0) 64



 (Fort Dodge) The Griswold Girls Cross Country team won their first ever State Cross County Title Saturday afternoon. The Tigers held off Pekin in the Class 1A title race 86 to 102, at Lakeside Municipal Golf Course in Fort Dodge. Central Elkader finished third with 151.


Sophomore, Rebekah Topham earned her second consecutive individual title in a time of 14.05 seconds. Topham, who is on target to be a four time state champion has never lost a race  in her two year career.


"Winning a team title along with the indiviual title makes it ten times better!" exclaimed Topham. "My race went well because I didn't get trapped. We were on the inside at the start, and I thought we might get caught but we didn't and I was happy with that."


The rest of Griswold’s performance's were impressive. Senior, Jordyn Sindt finished 5th, Alyx Flippin, 10, Allision Young, 34, Larissa Backhaus 36, in the team place finishes. Sindt was sixth overall. Payton Rush was 84 and Bridgett Mauer finished 90.


Click here to listen to comments from Senior Jordyn Sindt


Click here to listent to comments from Griswold Head Coach Jane Chaillie



Tri-Center finished with 187-points. Michelle Mumm, 8, Alex Larsen, 14, Kaylee Grote, 21, Kylie Lang, 68, Nikki Paulson, 76, Taylor Grap, (81), and Hailey Dollen, (89).



Underwood scored 281-points and finished 14th in the meet. The Eagles were led by Erin Shapcott, 40, Robi Fanslau, 43, Sarah Mckeon, 54, Hannah Shipp, 69, Gabby Myers, 75, Lacey Jensen, (83), and Tobey Yates, (93).




Below is the results of the area Class 1A Girls:


1. Rebakah Topham, Griswold

6. Jordyn Sindt, Griswold

11. Tiffany Shepard, Corning

14. Michelle Mumm, Tri-Center

15. Megan Maske, Woodbine

16. Destiny Scar, Nodaway Valley

19. Alyx Flippin, Griswold

24.Alex Larsen, Tri-Center

36. Kaylee, Grote, Tri-Center

53. Allison Young, Griswold

55. Larissa Backhaus, Griswold

60. Theresa Frels, Guthrie Center

62. Erin Shapcott, Underwood

65. Robi Fanslau, Underwood

77. Sarah Mckeon, Underwood

91. Kylie Lang, Tri-Center

92. Hannah Shipp, Underwood

98. Gabbi Myers, Underwood

99. Nikki Paulson, Tri-Center

104. Taylor Grap, Tri-Center

106. Lacey Jensen, Underwood

107. Payton Rush, Griswold

112. Hailey Dollen, Tri-Center

113. Bridget Mauer, Griswold

116. Tobey Yates, Underwood


October 27, 2012




(Fort Dodge) Josh Sindelar captured the individual title in the Class 1A Boys State Cross Country meet at Lakeside Municipal Golf Course at Fort Dodge Saturday. Sindelar won the race in a time of 16.15 seconds, to lead his team to a Class 1A team title with 68-points. Scott Theulen, was 5th,  Evan Siegrist, 9th, Adam Christensen, 25th, Gus Doll, 28th, Max Ross, (35), and Fred Hug, (46).

Riverside finished in third place with 158-points. Brandon Sipherd, finished in 17th place and Ean Patirck was 22nd . Tim Brink, 29th , Brady Ryan, 51st, Adam Hartman, 59th, Dillon Carrier, (88) and Jacob Vogel, (99).


Here are the individual results of the area Class 1A competitors:


1. Josh Sindelar, St. Albert

7. Scott Theulen, St. Albert

15. Darrian Irlbeck, Tri-Center

19. Evan Siegrist, Tri-Center

21. Spencer Rocholz, Adair-Casey

28. Colton Graham, Nodaway Valley

32. Brian Sipherd, Riverside

33. Timothy Settlemoir, Nodaway Valley

39. Ellis Johnson, Nodaway Valley

40. Ean Patrick, Riverside

45. Adam Christensen, St. Albert

50. Gus Doll,. St. Albert

51. Tim Brink, Riverside

53. Brady Ryun, Riverside

57. Max Ross, St. Albert

69. Fred Hug, St. Albert

74. Wyatt Schulz, Logan-Magnolia

75. Joseph Grady, Boyer Valley

84. Adam Hartman, Riverside

99. Brett Rosengren, Logan-Magnolia

110. Justin Thomas, Logan-Magnolia

118. Braden Rosengren, Logan-Magnolia

125. Jacob Vogel, Riverside

129. Owen Pitt, Logan-Magnolia

130. Brock Myers, Logan-Magnolia


Shenandoah-Essex finished fifth overall with 194-points, Decorah won the team title with 62.




Class 3A area individual results:


17. Sean Skillern Shenandoah-Essex

35. Philip Sciranko, Harlan

42. Zac McCoy, Shenandoah-Essex

44. Chris Brace, Harlan.

50. Joe Blake, Shenandoah-Essex

62. Nate Hoyt, Shenandoah-Essex

68. Kyle Hiser, Shenandoah-Essex

89/ Kyle Fischer, Shenandoah-Essex

97. Jeff Reeve, Glenwood

99. Brad Young, Shenandoah - Essex


October 27, 2012







(Harlan) Harlan finished fifth overall in the Class 3A Girls State Cross Country meet Saturday at Lakeside Municipal Golf Course in Fort Dodge. The Cyclones were led by Senior Jessica Feldman (pictured) who finished 6th in the team placing and 11th overall. The balance of the Cyclone runners who scored include; Sophomore include; Sophomore, Marrissa Klindt 30, Freshman, Mecerdes Mayberry31, Junior Baily Kuhl, 37th, and Senior Dru Beach, 49.


Rachel Pauley and Chantel Schmidt also competing for the Cyclones finished 82nd and 95th respectively.


Click here to listen to comments from Doug Renkly


Decorah won the team title with 63-points, MOC-Floyd Valley second with 85, Davenport Assumption came in third with 93-points, Solon, fourth, 151, and Harlan finished fifth with 153-points.


Shenandoah-Essex finished 13th with 328-points. Megan Hart, 40, Mariah Johnson, 61, Jasmine Glasgo, 72, Frannie Clark, 77, Angela Ray, 78, Erica Musinger, (91), and Alexis Saner, (94).


Individual results:


11. Jessica Feldman, Harlan

13. Brittany Sawyers, Winterset

27. Maria Mostek, Creston

39. Dominque Fleming, Winterset

42. Marissa Klindt, Harlan

44. Mercede Mayberry, Harlan

51. Baily Kuhl, Harlan

54. Megan Hart, Shenandoah-Essex

62. Tiffany Williams, Atlantic

66. Dru Beach, Harlan

80. Mariah Johnson, Shenandoah-Essex

92. Jasmine Glasgow, Shenandoah-Essex

97. Frannie Clark, Shenandoah-Essex

98. Angela Ray, Shenandoah-Essex

102.Rachel Pauley, Harlan

116. Chantel Schmidt, Harlan


Click here to listen to comments from Atlantic Assistant Coach Bruce Henderson



October 27, 2012



(Red Oak) It took five sets but the 9th ranked volleyball team in Class 3A is moving onto the regional finals. #9 Red Oak topped #15 Clarinda in a match that did not lack excitement.


Red Oak won the deciding game 15-13 to earn a right to take on ADM for a trip to state on Tuesday. Sophomore Kate Walker picked up 18 kills and freshman Angela Mahoney had 16 kills. Maddie Holmgren distributed 26 assists while junior Makelti White had 18 assists and was 19/19 serving with three aces.


Red Oak is 26-6 on the season. They play 25-10 ADM in Atlantic on Tuesday with a trip to state on the line.


(Griswold) They’ve been ranked #1 in the state all season for Class 1A Girls Cross Country and now the Griswold Tigers will go for the state title tomorrow in Fort Dodge.


Griswold may be considered the favorite but head coach Jane Chaillie knows there will be a number of challengers all trying to bring home the biggest trophy.


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Coach Chaillie says the plan in practice was to get in some distance runs. The Tigers may have an edge when it comes to experience. All of their varsity runners return from last year.


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Griswold placed third at last year’s state meet. Sophomore Rebekah Topham is going for her 2nd straight individual state cross country title.





(Avoca) The first time that AHST played Logan-Magnolia things did not go well. The Vikings fell 49-3 and only put up 180 yards of offense while allowing 406.


Thanks to a 25-8 win over Madrid in the first round of the playoffs AHST will get another opportunity to go up against the district champion Logan-Magnolia for a second time.


In AHST's first round win over Madrid Nathan Herbst ran for 143 yards and Jake Larsen added 123. Herbst and Daulton Maasen each intercepted a pass defensively while Dillon Wood recovered a fumble.

This is the first season since 2009 that AHST has won a first round game. The team's seven win this season matches their win total from the last two years combined. The Vikings are making their sixth straight appearance in the playoffs.


Click here for the the interview with AHST head coach Davis Pattee


Class 3A

ADM 25-25-25, I-35 11-19-11
East Sac 25-25-25, Roland-Story 19-11-17
Red Oak 25-25-22-22-15, Clarinda 22-13-25-25-13


Class 4A

Dallas Center-Grimes 25-25-25, Winterset 23-15-20
Harlan 25-25-25, Perry 6-14-12
Bishop Heelan 25-25-25, Carroll 15-23-21
Lewis Central 25-25-27, Glenwood 19-18-25

Class 5A

Council Bluffs Abe Lincoln 26-27-25, Waukee 24-25-21


(Harlan) Harlan moves onto a class 4A Regional Final with a straight sets victory over Perry last night.

The Harlan Cyclones notched a school record 31st victory of the season with their sweep of Perry. Harlan came out firing in set one with a 25-6 win and never looked back. The Cyclones topped Perry 25-14 in set two and 25-12 in set three to polish off the victory.


After the match Harlan head coach Angie Spangenberg commented on her team’s performance saying they passed the ball well. She noted that her team was eager to get back on the floor after a nine day layoff between the regular season and regional tournament.


Harlan senior Lauren Larsen says the team focused on serving during that span and that it was evident on the court Thursday night. She says the team is already looking forward to getting back on the floor in the regional finals.


3rd ranked Harlan improves to 31-5 and ends Perry’s season at 20-18. In the regional final Harlan will match up with a 9-16 Dallas Center Grimes team that swept Winterset last night.  The match will air on KSOM on Tuesday, October 30th.


Click here for the interview with Cyclone Senior Lauren Larsen


Click here for the interview with Harlan coach Angie Spangenberg


(Winterset) Noah Kaldenberg and Lucas Nolan each had big nights for Winterset to aid the Huskies winning effort over Fairfield. In the first round of the playoffs Winterset downed Fairfield 28-7.


Kaldenberg ran for 190 yards and intercepted one pass. Nolan caught one pass for a 63 yard touchdown plus intercepted three passes including one that he returned for a 50 yard score.


Winterset has won back to back games for just the second time this season but despite not having any long win streaks the Huskies are heading into a 2nd round playoff game against 7-3 Washington.


The win was only Winterset's second playoff victory in school history. They have made the playoffs 8 times with half of those coming since 2004.


(Carroll) A fantastic 2012 season for the Kuemper Catholic Knights is continuing at least to the 2nd round. The Knights stay perfect at 10-0 after beating Gilbert 42-6.


Kuemper Catholic has an average margin of victory this season of 38.4 ppg. In the first round victory over Gilbert the Knights picked up 209 yards rushing and 164 passing. Chase Rupiper ran for 148 yards on 17 carries. Kody Hilgenberg and Josh Irlbeck each collected 10 tackles.


Awaiting 10-0 Kuemper Catholic in Round 2 is a 7-3 North Polk squad. This is Kuemper's 9th straight playoff appearance and 11th overall.


(Council Bluffs) 2011 State Semi-Finalist St. Albert took their first step toward returning to the UNI-Dome with a win over Pella Christian.


The Falcons won 42-7 on their home field. St. Albert ran for 436 yards led by Jacob Bendgen's 168 yards on 16 carries. Isaac Finn also ran for over 100 yards and Tucker Culjat had 95.


The victory is win number eight in a row for Saint Albert who will now play 8-2 Van Meter.


(Logan) Paul Hutson ran for 276 yards and Caden McDonald finished with 119 in Logan-Magnolia's win over Audubon. The Panthers shook off a slow start to bury the Wheelers 41-13 for their 8th straight win.


The Panthers ran their way to 460 yards and passed for 90 more. As a team they averaged 8.3 yards per carry. The victory is Logan-Magnolia's 3rd straight first round playoff win.


The squad improves to 9-1 this season. Their only loss is to undefeated IKM-Manning, a team that is ranked in Class 1A. Lo-Ma will play 7-3 AHST in round 2. They beat AHST 49-3 in Week 8.


Logan-Magnolia will have a rematch with 7-3 AHST in the second round. They beat AHST in Week 8 49-3.  




(Coon Rapids-Bayard) The Coon Rapids-Bayard Crusaders are moving onto the second round of the playoffs where they will meet Exira-EHK.


Some may have wondered how Coon-Rapids Bayard, as a #3 seed, was able to go on the road and beat defending state champion Fremont-Mills. Here's how: the Crusaders threw the ball and threw it well. Quarterback Keaton Schlatter hurled the ball 53 times completing 26 of his attempts for 386 yards and 6 TD's. Schlatter has shown in the past that he is capable of putting up big numbers, he passed for 437 yards with 7 touchdowns against Grandview Park Baptist. On Wednesday night at Fremont-Mills Caylor Deeth, Spencer Whinnett, and Brendan McAlister all finished with over 100 yards and at least one touchdown receiving.


Coon Rapids-Bayard's defense also came to play forcing four turnovers. McAlister picked off two passes while Zach Evans had a fumble recovery and a pick.


The Crusaders improve to 7-4 on the season heading into a rematch with unbeaten Exira-EHK.


(Griswold) Back in the playoffs for the first time since 2009 the Griswold Tigers are moving on to the second round. The Tigers picked up a convincing first round victory 46-0 over Woodward Academy.


Fueling the win was another fantastic defensive showing. The defense is only allowing 12.2 points per game this season, including just 8.4 allowed over the past five weeks. Josh Metheny and Collin Fast each posted 9 tackles in the win. Metheny and Mason Anstey each recovered fumbles.


Offensively Griswold picked up 469 of their 479 yards from the running game. Leading the way was Taylor Briles with 191 yards and not far behind was Kenneth Clary with 182 yards.


Griswold takes on Woodward-Granger in the second round at Woodward. Griswold is 7-3. Woodward-Granger is 10-0.


Click here for the interview with Griswold coach Andy Everett


(Exira) Exira-EHK improves to 10-0 this season with a lopsided postseason victory Wednesday night.


Drew Peppers ran for five touchdowns, the Spartan defense forced four turnovers, and Exira-EHK rolled to a 56-20 first round playoff win over a tradition rich Lenox program. Exira-EHK head man Tom Petersen reacts to the win.


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In addition to quarterback Drew Peppers scoring five times, halfback Trey Sander scored on runs of 37 and 22 yards while fullback Nick Peppers had one scoring run. Those three ball carriers ran hard all night.


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The Spartans were in good field position all night thanks to a stingy defensive effort spearheaded by middle linebacker Nick Peppers who led the team in tackles and forced a fumble. N. Peppers and Kodie Haas each had a pair of sacks. Cody Jens forced a fumble and Drew Peppers and Trey Sander each intercepted passes.


Exira-EHK plays Coon Rapids-Bayard next, a team they defeated 63-35 in the regular season.



First Round Playoffs October 24, 2012


8 Player


Exira-EHK (10-0) 56  Lenox (6-4) 20

Fremont-Mills, Tabor (8-2) 34 Coon Rapids-Bayard (7-4) 45

Sidney (10-0) 42 Woodbine (5-5) 28

Glidden-Ralston (8-2) 62  CAM, Anita (7-4) 8


H-L-V Victor (9-0) 60  Lamoni (7-4) 26

Adair-Casey (9-1) 70  Wayne, Corydon (7-3) 35

Murray (10-0) 62 Twin Cedars, Bussey (5-5) 19

Melcher-Dallas (7-2) 42 Colo-Nesco (7-3) 58


Class A


Woodward-Granger (10-0) 38 Underwood (4-6) 7

Griswold (7-3) 46 Woodward Academy (4-6) 0

Logan-Magnolia (9-1) 41 Audubon (5-5) 13

Madrid (5-5) 8 AHST, Avoca (7-3) 25


Class 1A


Emmetsburg (9-1) 41 Ridge View (4-6) 0

St. Edmond, Fort Dodge (9-1) 41 Western Christian, Hull (4-6) 7

IKM-Manning (10-0) 18 Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn (5-5) 7

South O’Brien, Paullina (8-2) 34 Manson Northwest Webster (5-5) 12


Mount Ayr (10-0) 28 West Central Valley, Stuart (4-6) 7

Tri-Center, Neola (7-3) 34  Ogden (6-4) 43

St. Albert, Council Bluffs (9-1) 42 Pella Christian (3-7) 7

Van Meter (8-2) 28 Panorama, Panora (6-4) 0


Class 2A


West Marshall, State Center (10-0) 48  Red Oak (3-7) 6

OA-BCIG (6-4) 30 Nevada (6-4) 34

Kuemper Catholic, Carroll (10-0) 42 Gilbert (4-5) 6

North Polk, Alleman (7-3) 44 Greene County (4-6) 7


Class 3A


Harlan (8-2) 7 Carroll (4-6) 28

LeMars (7-3) 14 Lewis Central (8-2) 21

Bishop Heelan Catholic, Sioux City (9-1) 47 Creston (7-3) 20

ADM, Adel (6-4) 19 Spencer (7-3) 48


Winterset (7-3) 28 Fairfield (3-7) 7

Washington (7-3) 28 Norwalk (7-3) 14


Class 4A


Valley, West Des Moines (8-2) 56 Fort Dodge (3-7) 13

Ankeny (10-0) 51 Indianola (6-4) 7

Sioux City East (8-2) 39  Ames (5-5) 38


Dowling Catholic, WDM (8-2) 42 Council Bluffs, Abe Lincoln (3-7) 6

Waukee (8-2) 55 Ottumwa (4-6) 0

Southeast Polk (8-2) 61 Mason City (1-9) 7

Marshalltown (7-3) 45 Des Moines, East (6-4) 30


(Griswold) After struggling through a 4-17 regular season the Griswold Volleyball squad has turned things around in the regional tournament. The Tigers have notched back to back wins to put themselves two victories away from heading to state.


Griswold started the regional tournament by cruising past Clarinda Academy in the first round and then continued to roll with a victory over East Mills on Tuesday. Coach Jody Rossell says her team is playing the best they have all season long. She says the team's serving was what carried them to the sweep of East Mills in the second round of the tournament.


Up next is a very quality Treynor team on Friday. Treynor is ranked 7th in Class 2A. Griswold was swept by Treynor when they met in the regular season.


Click here for the interview with Coach Jody Rossell


(Greenfield) Nodaway Valley had the home crown on the edge of their seats in the Wolverines regional quarterfinal win over Van Meter Tuesday in Greenfield. After winning the first set, Nodaway Valley dropped sets two and three before rebounding to close it out with wins in sets four (25-19) and five (15-13).


Head coach Carly Denton says this is right where her team expected to be at this point in the season. They set goals at the start of the year to do well in the regional tournament. Christine Gross and Sidney Reeves each had 8 kills against Van Meter. Megan McIntosh added 7 kills to go along with her three ace serves.


13-16 Nodaway Valley will no play 25-6 Des Moines Christian in Urbandale for the Class 2A Regional Semi-Finals on Friday night. The winner of that match will take on either Treynor or Griswold for a trip to state next Wednesday in Greenfield (10/31).


Click here for the interview with Nodaway Valley coach Carley Denton


(Treynor) Treynor moves on to the Class 2A Regional Semi-Finals with a 3-1 win over Audubon Tuesday night. The Cardinals took set won 25-16, won set two 25-21, dropped the third set 23-25, but came back to close it out in set four 25-20.


The Treynor Cardinals improve to 29-6 on the season and the 7th ranked Cardinals will play 7-17 Griswold. Treynor swept Griswold when they met in the regular season on September 11th.


Audubon bows out with a 20-13 record. After the match coach Molly Reuter commented that she was pleased with her team's play in the match and very happy with the 20 win total for the year especially considering that they were 11-18 last year.


Click here for the post-match interview with Treynor coach Janet Fiene


Click here for the post-match interview with Audubon coach Molley Reuter








Class 1A

Adair-Casey 20-25-25-25, Earlham 25-20-18-19

East Union 25-25-25, Orient-Macksburg 11-15-14

Bedford 25-19-25-25, Corning 19-25-18-20

Glidden-Ralston 30-25-25, Paton-Churdan 28-19-18

Guthrie Center 25-25-25, Coon Rapids-Bayard 22-22-13

Woodbine 25-23-25-25, West Harrison 14-25-16-11

Murray 14-25-23-25-15, Lamoni 25-20-25-21-12

Stanton 25-25-25, Fremont-Mills 14-11-13

Ar-We-Va 25-25-25, Whiting 10-15-20



Class 2A

Kuemper Catholic 25-25-25, Manson-NW Webster 16-12-17

Council Bluffs St. Albert 25-25-25, Missouri Valley 21-15-17

Fort Dodge St. Edmond 25-25-25, South Hamilton 17-20-22

Nodaway Valley 25-20-20-25-15, Van Meter 13-25-25-19-13

Griswold 25-25-25, East Mills 18-22-21

IKM-Manning 25-25-21-25, Prairie Valley 21-22-25-19

MVAO 25-25-25, Woodbury Central 10-7-16

Treynor 25-25-23-25, Audubon 16-21-25-20

Underwood 25-25-25, Tri-Center 19-17-15

Des Moines Christian 25-25-25, Mount Ayr 5-11-13

Woodward-Granger 25-25-25, Madrid 17-8-15



(Oakland) The Riverside Boys Cross Country team is heading back to the state meet for the second time in school history.

The Bulldogs have now made it back to back state cross country appearances and coach Alex Oliver comments on the accomplishment.

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Ean Patrick finished 4th, Bandon Sipherd 7th, Brady Ryun 18th. Coming in 20th was Tim Brink with Adam Hartman 32nd.

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Riverside finished seventh at the state meet last year. Patrick and Ryun are the only two runners from this year's team that ran at state a year ago.


Class 3A

Interstate-35 over Clarke 25-20, 25-19, 25-22

ADM over Saydel 25-8, 25-13, 25-20

Clarinda over Shenandoah 25-19, 25-20, 25-18

Red Oak over Atlantic 25-11, 25-7, 25-15


Class 4A

Carroll over Storm Lake 25-14, 20-25, 25-16, 28-30, 15-5

Glenwood over Denison-Schleswig 25-19, 25-8, 21-25, 25-19

Perry over Norwalk 22-25, 25-21, 25-22, 23-25, 15-11

Winterset over Creston 25-20, 22-25, 25-17, 25-22


Class 5A

Abraham Lincoln over Thomas Jefferson 25-11, 25-20, 25-17



(Atlantic) Shenandoah-Essex edged Boone for the boys team title in the Class 3A State Qualifying Meet at Atlantic Monday.


Shenandoah-Essex boys cross country team qualifies for their 13th state meet. The Mustangs landed three runners in the top 11. Sean Skillern placed third and Zac McCoy was 5th. Nate Hoyt placed 11th followed by Joe Blake at 14 and Bradley Young in 21st. After the meet head coach Andy Campbell.


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Coach Campbell evaluates the performance of the five scoring runners.


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Shenandoah Essex (54) finished three points ahead of runner-up Boone (57). Coming in 3rd was Ballard with 89. Glenwood’s string of state appearances comes to an end at four. The Rams had a team total of 112.


(Atlantic) The Griswold Tiger girls cross country team is heading into the state meet on a high note.


They’ve been ranked #1 all season long and now the Griswold Tiger Girls Cross Country team goes to Fort Dodge as the State Qualifying Meet Champion. The Griswold Tigers won the meet with a team total of 37 which was 19 points ahead of runner-up Earlham. Underwood also qualified with a team total of 85. After the meet Griswold head coach Jane Chaillie…


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Rebekah Topham won the meet followed by Jordyn Sindt (pictured) as the runner up. Alyx Flippin placed 10th. The two other scoring runners were Allison Young (16th) and Larissa Backhaus (20).


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Griswold placed third at the state meet a year ago but has everybody returning from that group. Earlham was the state runner-up last season and Pekin the state champ. Coach Jane Chaillie says those teams will be her group’s toughest competition when they go for a state championship this Saturday in Fort Dodge.




Boys Team Qualifiers

  1. Shenandoah-Essex 54
  2. Boone 57
  3. Ballard 89


Boys Individual Qualifiers

  1. Albert Meier, Boone, 16:27
  2. Chandler Austin, Boone, 16:49
  3. Sean Skillern, Shenandoah-Essex,  17:16
  4. Noah Wheeler, Ballard
  5. Zac McCoy, Shenandoah-Essex
  6. Michael Wuestenberg, Ballard
  7. Philip Sciranko, Harlan
  8. Chris Brace, Harlan
  9. Jeff Reeve, Glenwood
  10. Luke Kohut-Jackson, Ballard

Girls Team Qualifiers

  1. Dallas Center-Grimes, 52
  2. Harlan, 74
  3. Shenandoah-Essex, 82

Girls Individual Qualifiers

  1. Madison Waymire, Dallas Center-Grimes
  2. Jess Feldman, Harlan
  3. Abby Kohut-Jackson, Ballard
  4. Brittany Sawyers, Winterset --->
  5. Maria Mostek, Creston       --->
  6. Dominque Fleming, Winterset
  7. Tiffany Williams, Atlantic
  8. Marissa Klindt, Harlan
  9. Heidi Tuttle, Dallas Center-Grimes
  10. Megan Hart, Shenandoah-Essex


Boys Team Qualifiers


  1. St. Albert 40
  2. Riverside 77
  3. Logan-Magnolia 110

Boys Individual Qualifiers


  1. Josh Sindelar, St. Albert
  2. Scott Theulen, St. Albert
  3. Timothy Settlemoir, Nodaway Valley
  4. Ean Patrick, Riverside
  5. Ellis Johnson, Logan-Magnolia
  6. 6. Wyatt Schulz, Logan-Magnolia
  7. Brandon Sipherd, Riverside
  8. Spencer Rochholz, Adair-Casey Click for comment
  9. Colton Graham, Nodaway Valley
  10. Joseph Grady, Boyer Valley

Girls Team Qualifiers

  1. Griswold 37
  2. Earlham 56
  3. Underwood 85

Girls Individual Qualifiers

  1. Rebekah Topham, Griswold, 14:44
  2. Jordyn Sindt, Griswold 15:45
  3. Tiffany Shepherd, Corning, 16:12
  4. Kristen Weber, Earlham
  5. Megan Maaske, Woodbine
  6. Destiny Scar, Nodaway Valley
  7. Abbey Murhpy, Earlham
  8. Adrian Richards, Mount Ayr
  9. Therese Frels, Guthrie Center
  10. Alyx Flippen, Griswold


(Audubon) The Audubon Wheelers entered Week 9 knowing that they needed to win big and get some help from other teams to make the playoffs. Audubon took care of their end of the deal with a 52-21 win over Earlham and got the help they needed from Woodward-Granger beating Bedford to knock the Bulldogs out of the playoff race.


Riley Jones ran for 136 yards and one touchdown on 19 attempts. Jesse Svoboda added 98 yards on the ground. Trevor Smith passed for 186 yards including 6 completions to Lucas Smith-Petersen for 87 yards and a touchdown. Matt Fett and Lucas Smith-Peterson led the defense with 12 tackles each.


Audubon has won 4 of their last 5 games after starting the season just 1-3. The 5-4 Wheelers draw 8-1 Logan-Magnolia in the first round on Wednesday.


Click here for the interview with Audubon coach Monte Riebhoff


(Harlan) The Harlan Community Cyclones are no stranger to overtime games. The Cyclones downed Atlantic 28-21 in a Week 8 overtime thriller and followed it up with another classic battle against ADM, prevailing 23-17 in the extra session.


The Cyclones got up early thanks to a pair of Trey Lansman touchdown receptions in the first half. Harlan led 14-0 at halftime. ADM would score first in the second half. Tate Jensen picked off a pass midway through the third quarter and ADM cashed in. On a 4th and 11 play, ADM quarterback Kyle Herrick rifled a pass to Jensen for a 26 yard TD. With the score at 14-7, Harlan answered right back with a time consuming drive that ended with a 35 yard field goal to go up 17-7. ADM needed little time to get back to a one possesion game as they scored on a Sam Plagman run from over fifty yards out to make it 17-14. Harlan was unable to put the game away in the fourth quarter and with 1:31 left in regulation ADM booted a 26 yard field goal to send the game to overtime. ADM missed a field goal attempt in overtime and Harlan needed only two plays to power in a touchdown run for the win. Austin Hess carried it out from one yard out to end the game.


Harlan finished out the regular season at 8-1 overall and thanks to a Lewis Central win over Creston/O-M, they win the district title. ADM will get the #2 seed but the Tigers have lost three of their last four games.


(Harlan) The Harlan Community Cyclones will host the ADM Tigers in a big time Week 9 matchup. The game will air on KSOM this evening.


Harlan, ADM, and Creston-O/M all still have a chance at the district championship. ADM sits in the best position right now as the Tigers simply need a win to be #1. Harlan and Creston both need some help. The Cyclones need a win and a Creston loss. The Panthers need a win and an ADM loss. Harlan head coach Curt Bladt weighs in on the matchup with ADM.


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ADM has run for 1,758 yards this season which is among the leaders in Class 3A. Fortunately for the Cyclones coach Bladt says his team’s run defense has been better than they were a year ago.


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ADM head coach Mike Whisner says this matchup will be approached just like every other week in the ultra-competitive Class 3A District 1.


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Harlan and ADM kick off at 7:30 tonight on KSOM.


Audubon 25-25-25, Riverside 12-13-16
Griswold 25-25-25, Clarinda Academy 8-5-7
Madrid 25-25-25, Colfax-Mingo 23-16-23
Manson-NW Webster 25-25-25, Pocahontas 13-19-11
Maple Valley-Anthon-Oto 25-25-25, West Monona 17-11-14
Missouri Valley 25-25-25, Logan-Magnolia 14-13-7
Mount Ayr 25-25-25, Central Decatur 18-23-21
Tri-Center 25-25-25, AHST 14-23-22
Prairie Valley 22-25-25-25, Panorama 25-12-23-17
Van Meter 20-25-23-25-15, West Central Valley 25-18-25-22-11


(Neola) 6-2 Tri-Center needs a win Friday night over 4-4 West Central Valley to secure the #2 seed in Class 1A District 8.


With a 34-24 come from behind win over Panorama last week the Trojans of Tri-Center have positioned themselves to be the runner-up behind St. Albert, but the team still needs one more win in the regular season to secure that home playoff game.


Coach Tiarks says his team has been eyeing the #2 spot in the district ever since losing to St. Albert in Week 5 38-27. Coach Tiarks says West Central Valley is a team with a lot of size, but also notes that his team’s quickness has helped them negate the opposition’s size all year long.


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



(Adair) A season ago it was Earlham who ended Adair-Casey's season on the Bomber's home floor during the regional tournament. This season they will meet again in Adair.


Adair-Casey advanced to the 2nd round of the regional tournament in Class 1A Region 3 with a sweep of CAM Tuesday night. The Bombers shook off slow starts in each of the three sets to come away with wins of 25-11, 25-15, and 25-19. In the third and final set Adair-Casey broke a 13-13 tie and ended the set and the match on a 12-6 run.


After the match Bomber head coach Kristen Staiert shared her thoughts with KSOM/KS95.7 Sports.


Click here for the comments from Adair-Casey coach Kristen Staiert


Adair-Casey senior Quinn Ruth posted a team high 10 kills last night and now has 211 for the season. A video interview with Ruth is posted on our KSOM facebook page.


CAM's 2012 campaign comes to an end with a 7-18 overall mark. Adair-Casey improves to 21-7 and will play 17-5 Earlham on Tuesday, October 23rd. These two teams have not played during the regular season.


Adair-Casey 25-25-25, CAM 11-15-19
East Union 25-25-25, Diagonal 9-20-4
Bedford 25-25-23-25, Essex 14-19-25-18
Whiting 25-25-25, Charter Oak-Ute 23-12-17
Coon Rapids-Bayard 25-25-25, Ankeny Christian 15-17-13
Corning 22-25-27-25, Villisca 25-17-25-20
Earlham 25-25-25, Exira/Elkhorn-Kimballton 23-22-14
Guthrie Center 25-25-25, Iowa Christian Academy 9-15-5
Martensdale-St. Marys 25-25-25, Southeast Warren 16-23-13

Grandview Park Baptist 25-25-25, Melcher-Dallas 6-17-12
West Harrison 25-22-25-11-17, Heartland Christian 19-25-16-25-15
Murray 25-25-25, Morman Trail 22-10-14
Orient-Macksburg 22-25-25-23-15, Lenox 25-18-18-25-9
Stanton 25-25-25, Sidney 15-15-18
Fremont-Mills 25-34-25, Nishnabotna 23-32-15
Woodbine 25-29-25, Boyer Valley 17-27-19


(Carroll) A home playoff games is up for grabs when Carroll takes on LeMars in Week 9 of the high school football season.


The Carroll Tigers have gone from being referred to as one of the best 0-4 teams in the state to a team that could end up as a district runner. The #2 spot in the district is at stake when the Tigers entertain LeMars in Carroll Friday night.


Carroll went 0-4 in their first four games, but have been 3-1 since. Coach Dennis McCarten says the big difference has been confidence. He  looks for Friday night’s game to come down to the turnover battle and points out that LeMars has recovered a state leading 16 fumbles.

Click here for the interview with Carroll head coach Dennis McCarten


(Adair) Adair-Casey and Coon Rapids-Bayard get together for a non-district contest in Week 9.


Despite the game having no impact on the playoff picture, Adair-Casey head man Wade Anderson says he still plans to play his starters at least for a half.


The Bombers will be looking to grab some momentum heading into the first round of the playoffs on Wednesday.


Coach Anderson says his team is eager to get the playoffs started. No matter what happens on Friday night, Adair-Casey has the #2 seed in their district secured. They will likely host Wayne in the first round of the playoffs one week from tomorrow.


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


(Guthrie Center) The Guthrie Center Tiger football team has roared back with two straight wins.


After starting the season 0-6, that makes the two straight wins all the more rewarding. Coach Bob Bolton says their hasn’t been any big turning point, instead the team is just sticking to their game plan.


A big reason for the two wins was the running game. Guthrie Center has put up 612 yards rushing the last two weeks. That’s 46% of their season total in only two games. Austin Laabs rumbled for 168 yards against Martensdale-St Marys two weeks ago and Gavin Laughery posted a season high 180 on the ground against Earlham last week.


Guthrie Center would love to end their season by derailing Madrid for multiple reasons. It would end a long draught against Madrid plus give the squad momentum heading into next season.


Coach Bolton notes that if they play the way they have the last two weeks they will have a shot to be in the game.


Click here for the interview with Guthrie Center coach Bob Bolton


Class 3A District 1

Harlan, ADM, Creston and Lewis Central have all clinched a playoff spot. Harlan, ADM, and Creston all still have a chance at the District Championship. Harlan needs a win over ADM and a Creston loss to Lewis Central. ADM simply needs to beat Harlan. Creston needs a victory over Lewis Central and an ADM loss to Harlan.


Class 3A District 2

Bishop Heelan Catholic has clinched the district championship. LeMars and Carroll are both in. They go head to head Friday night, the winner is the #2 seed while the loser is the #3 seed. Spencer is the #4 seed in Class 3A District 2.


Class 2A District 7

West Marshall and North Polk have clinched spots. West Marshall is the #1 seed and North Polk is #2. Nevada and Gilbert are in the driver’s seat for the #3 and #4 spots respectively. Nevada has tie break between those two teams.


Class 2A District 8

Kuemper Catholic has clinched the #1 seed. OA-BCIG would be the district runner-up with a win over Greene County this week. Red Oak and Shenandoah go head to head this Friday night with the winner likely claiming the final playoff spot.


Class 1A District 2

IKM-Manning has clinched a district championship and St. Edmond is the runner up. Ridge View and Manson, NW Webster are the other two playoff teams.


Class 1A District 7

Mount Ayr and Van Meter have the #1 and #2 seed locked up. Ogden and Pella Christian are in position of the #3 and #4 seeds.


Class 1A District 8

St. Albert, Tri-Center, Panorama, and West Central Valley have all clinched playoff spots. St. Albert is the district champion. Tri-Center right behind at 4-1 in the district with Panorama and West Central Valley both being 3-2.


Class A District 7

Woodward Granger is the champion of Class A District 7. The runner-up is unclear at this point. Madrid and Bedford are each 4-2. Audubon and Woodward-Academy are both 3-3. A lot can happen depending on this Friday night. Madrid would claim the #2 seed with a win over Guthrie Center. Bedford and Woodward-Academy will be in if they both win. Audubon needs a win and some (Bedford and/or Woodward Academy losses) help to make the playoffs.


Class A District 8

Griswold and Logan-Magnolia go head to head Friday night with the winner claiming the district title. AHST and Underwood have each clinched spots.


Class 8-Player District 6

Murray, Adair-Casey, Colo-Nesco, and Lamoni are all in. Murray is the champion and Adair-Casey is the runner up.


Class 8-Player District 7

Exira-EHK and Glidden Ralston are the only teams that have clinched. The Spartans secured the district title with their win over Ar-We-Va in Week 8. Glidden-Ralston is guaranteed the #2 seed. Boyer Valley, Coon Rapids-Bayard, and Woodbine are all tied for the last two spots.


Class 8-Player District 8

Sidney needs a win over CAM to be the district Champion. Fremont-Mills currently sits in 2nd place. CAM and Lenox are both in. Lenox will be the #4 seed.



(Audubon) With a win over Martensdale-St. Marys last Friday night the Audubon Wheelers kept their playoff hopes alive. Audubon will still need some help to get in. The 4-4 Wheelers need to beat 1-7 Earlham this week plus have #1 ranked and unbeaten Woodward-Granger down 4-4 Bedford.


Just like last week, Audubon head coach Monte Reibhoff says the main thing is that his team just needs to get a win. Fortunately for Audubon the matchup on paper looks favorable against Earlham, but coach Reibhoff warns that they look better than a 1-7 team on film.


Audubon does come into Week 9 with some momentum. They bounced back from a loss at Woodward-Academy with a nice win at Martensdale-St. Mary’s, 33-14.


Elsewhere in Class A District 7 Woodward-Granger has clinched the district championship. Madrid, Bedford, and Woodward-Academy will all get in if they win this week.


Click here for the interview with Audubon football coach Monte Reibhoff


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


Watch List: Davenport Assumption (6-2), Dubuque Senior (6-2), Muscatine (6-2)


1-Decorah (8-0) (1)
2-Grinnell (8-0) (2)
3-Bishop Heelan (Sioux City) (8-0) (3)
4-Williamsburg (7-1) (4)
5-Marion (7-1) (5)
6-South Tama (7-1) (6)
7-Creston/Orient-Macksburg (7-1) (7)
8-Harlan (7-1) (8)

9-Solon (6-2) (NR)
10-Pella (6-2) (NR)

Watch List: A-D-M (Adel) (6-2), Boone (6-2), Clear Lake (6-2), Lewis Central (Council Bluffs) (6-2)


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


Watch List: Albia (7-1), Davis County (Bloomfield) (6-2); Forest City (7-1), New Hampton (7-1)


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


Watch List: Clayton Ridge (Guttenberg) (6-2), Saint Ansgar (6-2), Sumner-Fredericksburg (6-2), Tri-Center (Neola) (6-2), Van Meter (7-1), West Branch (6-2)


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

Watch List: Lynnville-Sully (6-2), Montezuma (6-2), Newman Catholic (Mason City) (6-2), Pekin (7-1), Starmont (Arlington (6-2)


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

6-Clarksville (7-1) (6)
7-Exira/Elk Horn-Kimballton (8-0) (7)
8-H-L-V (Victor) (8-0) (8)
9-Adair-Casey (7-1) (9)
10-Preston (7-1) (10)
10-Marcus-Meriden-Cleghorn (8-0) (10)


Watch List: Glidden-Ralston (6-2), Janesville (7-2), Melcher-Dallas (7-1), Springville (7-1)


(Council Bluffs) The #1 ranked Iowa Western football team downed North Dakota State College of Science 64-6 on Saturday. Several Southwest Iowans contributed to the win including former Exira-EHK Spartan standout Spencer Smith.


Smith plays on all of the special teams units for the Reivers and also sees time occasionally on offense at wide receiver. He tells KSOM/KS95.7 Sports that Iowa Western was a great fit for him to continue his football career.


Several of Smith’s teammates have already inked Division 1 offers. As for Smith, a freshman, he is still undecided on where he might go, but says he does plan to continue playing somewhere.


In addition to his special teams contributions, Smith has recorded 3 catches for 30 yards. Iowa Western is 7-0 on the season.


Click here for the interview with IWCC freshman Spencer Smith


ADM 13-21-15, Pella Christian 21-17-12
A-D-M, Adel 13-21-15, Pella Christian 21-17-12
A-D-M, Adel 21-21, Grinnell 11-18
A-D-M, Adel 21-21, Perry 15-18
A-D-M, Adel 25-20-15, Knoxville 16-25-10
Albia 21-21, Atlantic 19-17
Carroll 10-21-15, Algona 21-16-13
Carroll 21-21, Clear Lake 17-14
Carroll 21-21, Forest City 13-14
Council Bluffs, Abraham Lincoln 25-25, Lawton-Bronson 16-18
Council Bluffs, Abraham Lincoln 25-25, Sioux City, North 23-20
Council Bluffs, Abraham Lincoln 25-27, IKM-Manning 21-25
Creston 18-21-15, North Union 21-10-8
Grandview Park Baptist 21-21, Panorama 15-8
Grandview Park Baptist 21-21, West Central Valley, Stuart 12-10
Grinnell 25-25, Atlantic 20-11
IKM-Manning 25-26, Lawton-Bronson 17-24
Knoxville 21-21, Atlantic 15-10
Lawton-Bronson 21-29-15, Maple Valley-Anthon Oto 25-27-10
Lewis Central 25-18-15, Ridge View 21-25-9
Lewis Central 25-25, Sioux City, East 18-18
Maple Valley-Anthon Oto 25-21-15, Council Bluffs, Abraham Lincoln 14-25-13
Maple Valley-Anthon Oto 25-25, IKM-Manning 21-6
Nevada 21-21, Creston 15-13
Nevada 25-25, Winterset 7-9
Red Oak 19-25-15, Creston 25-17-13
Red Oak 21-21, Chariton 10-18
Red Oak 21-21, Winterset 14-11
Red Oak 24-22-15, Norwalk 22-24-7
Red Oak 25-13-19, Nevada 20-25-17
Sheldon 21-21, Carroll 14-12
Sioux City, North 27-15-15, IKM-Manning 25-25-10
Sioux City, North 27-15-15, Maple Valley-Anthon Oto 25-25-13
West Central Valley, Stuart 21-15-15, Panorama 15-21-11
West Central Valley, Stuart 21-21, Colfax-Mingo 11-19
Winterset 21-21, Chariton 12-16
Winterset 21-21, Norwalk 18-16
Woodward-Granger 25-25, West Central Valley, Stuart 11-22


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. East Union
  11. Bedford
  12. New London
  13. West Bend-Mallard
  14. Grandview Park Baptist
  15. Laurens-Marathon

Class 2A

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

Class 3A

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

Class 4A

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

Class 5A

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



(Exira) The Exira-EHK Spartans outstanding season continues with a 49-14 win over Ar-We-Va in Week 8. The Spartans rushed for 7 touchdowns on the night. Trey Sander ran for three scores, giving him 21 touchdowns on the season, while Drew Peppers and Nick Peppers each had two TD runs.


Exira-EHK's defense and specials teams kept the offense in great field position all night. Taber Anderson and Trey Sander each picked up big punt returns, which set up scores. The Spartans attacking defense put pressure on Ar-We-Va all night and junior defensive back Tate Simpson picked off two passes. Ar-We-Va's two touchdowns came late in the game after the starters had exited the contest.


Exira-EHK moves to 8-0 on the season and will finish off the regular season with Heartland Christian next week. The Spartans clinched a district championship with the victory. 2-6 Ar-We-Va takes on Glidden-Ralston in Week 9.


Waukee - 54 at Council Bluffs, Abraham Lincoln - 7



District 1
Creston - 20 at Winterset - 19 (ND)
Harlan - 28 at Atlantic - 21

Lewis Central 20 Glenwood 7
Perry - 13 at ADM, Adel - 28

District 2
Bishop Heelan Catholic, Sioux City - 53 at Denison-Schleswig - 7
Carroll - 34 at Sergeant Bluff-Luton - 12
Spencer - 37 at Algona - 20 (ND)
Storm Lake - 7 at LeMars - 39


District 8
Clarinda - 14 at Shenandoah - 36
Greene County - 54 at Clarinda Academy - 0
OA-BCIG - 26 at Ridge View - 28 (ND)
Red Oak - 0 at Kuemper Catholic, Carroll - 45



District 2
Manson Northwest Webster - 61 at Maple Valley-Anthon-Oto - 24
Pocahontas Area - 13 at IKM-Manning - 29

District 7
Des Moines Christian - 21 at Central Decatur, Leon - 6
Mount Ayr - 19 at Ogden - 7
West Central Valley, Stuart - 7 at Van Meter - 35 (ND)

District 8
Missouri Valley - 6 at Treynor - 51
Nodaway Valley - 7 at St. Albert, Council Bluffs - 51
Panorama, Panora - 24 at Tri-Center, Neola - 34



District 7
Audubon - 33 at Martensdale-St. Marys - 14
Madrid - 33 at Bedford - 19

District 8
A-H-S-T, Avoca - 3 at Logan-Magnolia - 49
Griswold - 20 at East Mills - 14
Underwood - 13 at Westwood, Sloan - 14



District 6
Adair-Casey - 72 at Ankeny Christian Academy - 16
Colo-Nesco - 58 at Grandview Park Baptist, Des Moines - 31

District 7
Ar-We-Va, Westside - 14 at EHK-Exira - 49
Coon Rapids-Bayard - 33 at Charter Oak-Ute - 12

District 8
CAM, Anita - 44 at Corning - 30
Essex - 49 at Nishnabotna - 0
Fremont-Mills, Tabor - 63 at Villisca - 19
Sidney - 66 at Stanton - 22


(Atlantic) Cyclone Quarterback Adam Juhl threw a 6-yard touchdown strike to Chris Hopkins in overtime to give Harlan the overtime win in a thriller at the Trojan Bowl in Atlantic Friday night.


The Trojans had the Cyclones down to one play in OT, but were called for pass interference which put Harlan on the Trojan six-yard line with a fresh set of downs. Juhl hit Hopkins from the six to open up a 7-point overtime lead. Atlantic was unable to punch it in and the Cyclones picked up the “W” in overtime 28-21.


Atlantic deferred and kicked off to start the game. The Cyclones went three and out and punted the football to the Trojans. Atlantic marched right down the field from the Harlan 43 and took a 7-0 lead on a Harrison Hoegh quarterback keeper from 11-yards out. It became a defensive battle until 5:28 left in the first half when Juhl found Nate Kloewer on a 58-yard touchdown pass to even the game up at 7-7, which is how the first half ended.  


The Trojans took a 14-7 lead early in the third quarter on a Jacob Dvorak 5-yard run, but the Cyclones would answer with 14-straight points on a Hopkins 12-yard run and a Juhl to David Ratigan 2-yard pass to take a 21-14 lead. The Trojans tied the game 21-21, with 3:42 left, on a 13-yard screen pass from Hoegh to Dvorak. That was followed with a  key interception by Trojan Cornerback Sam Markham with seconds left in the contest. The Trojans ran out the clock and sent the game into overtime.


Harlan finished the night with 360-yards of total offense with 209-rushing yards. The Cyclones ground out 190 of those yards came in the second half. Adam Juhl was 11-31 in the air for 151-yards and 2-touchdown passes and Chris Hopkins carried the ball 31-times for 127-yards for the 7-1 Harlan Community Cyclones.  


For Atlantic, Harrison Hoegh cracked the 2000-yard single season passing mark  by completing 17-of-34 passes for 196-yards. Hoegh now has a school record breaking 2073 yards passing so far this season. Dalton Franken caught 5-passes for 40-yards, Jacob Dvorak four receptions for 36-yards and a touchdown. Sam Markham hauled in 3-passes for 79-yards, and Kray Lukehart grabbed 2-passes for 59-yards.


Harlan squares off against ADM next Friday night. Atlantic hosts Glenwood next week.


October 12, 2012


Class 4A Boys

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


Class 4A Girls

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


Class 3A Boys

1. Decorah
2. Heelan
3. Pella
4. Boone
5. Charles City
6. Grinnell
7. Shenandoah Essex
8. Wahlert
9. Mt. Vernon Lisbon
10. Glenwood
11. Vinton Shellsburg
12. Xavier CR
13. Marion
14. Knoxville
15. Fort Madison


Class 3A Girls

1. Decorah
2. Assumption
3. Heelan
4. Solon
5. Williamsburg
6. Wahlert
7. Grinnell
8. Pella
9. Harlan
10. MOC/FV
11. Spencer
12. Dallas Center Grimes
13. Winterset
14. Mt. Vernon Lisbon
15. Crestwood


Class 2A Boys

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


Class 2A Girls

1. Northeast
2. Unity
3. Gilbert
4. Cascade
5. Spirit Lake
6. North Fayette
7. Davis County
8. South Hamilton
9. North Polk
10. Roland Story
11. CMB
12. Okoboji
13. Sioux Center
14. Sheldon
15. Monticello


Class 1A Boys
1. St. Albert
2. Trinity Christian
3. Denver
4. Dike New Hartford
5. Highland
6.  Tri Center
7. Hudson
8. Guthrie Center
9. Riverside
11. Woodward Academy
12. West Lyon
13. North Butler
14. Logan Magnolia
15. Nodaway Valley


Class 1A Girls

1. Griswold
2. North Linn
3. Earlham
4. Pekin
5. Central Elkader
6. Denver
7. Dike New Hartford
8 .Bishop Garigan
9. Tri Center
10. Bellevue Marquette
11. Eagle Grove
12. Prairie Valley
13. Underwood
14. Starmont
15. Lynnville Sully


WIC Championship

Underwood 3 Treynor 2


Adair-Casey 21-21, Iowa Christian Academy 10-10
Ankeny Christian Academy 21-21, Iowa Christian Academy 14-18
AR-WE-VA, Westside 25-25-25, Charter Oak-Ute 15-16-10
Des Moines Christian 25-25-25, Van Meter 19-14-20
Earlham 26-25-25, West Central Valley, Stuart 24-14-9
East Union 25-25-25, Southeast Warren, Liberty Center 8-12-8
Exira-EHK 21-21, Orient-Macksburg 17-19
Exira-EHK 25-25, Glidden-Ralston 22-10
IKM-Manning 25-20-23-25-15, Denison-Schleswig 18-25-25-13-11
Logan-Magnolia 25-26-25, Boyer Valley 23-24-16
Madrid 23-18-25-25-15, Ogden 25-25-15-19-11
Red Oak 25-15-16, Council Bluffs, Thomas Jefferson 14-25-14
Red Oak 25-25, Corning 16-14
Ridge View 25-25-25, OA-BCIG 11-9-21
St. Albert, Council Bluffs 25-25-22-31, Glenwood 23-21-25-29
Stanton 25-25-25, Sidney 13-13-14
Tri-Center, Neola 26-25-25-25, Missouri Valley 28-21-12-22
West Monona 25-25-25, Whiting 17-17-23
Woodward-Granger 25-25-25, Guthrie Center 9-17-13


Boys Team Scoring
1. Shenandoah-Essex 38
2. Glenwood 58
3. Harlan 88
4. Creston 133
5. Kuemper Catholic 137
6. Lewis Central 152
7. Red Oak 157
8. Denison-Schleswig 192
9. Atlantic 208
10. Clarinda 245


Girls Team Scoring
1. Harlan 33
2. Shenandoah-Essex 52
3. Creston 78
4. Lewis Central 110
5. Atlantic 122
6.  Glenwood 152
7. Denison-Schleswig 195
8. Kuemper Catholic 207


Boys Team Scoring

  1. Nodaway Valley 46
  2. Central Decatur 69
  3. Corning 84
  4. Wayne 98
  5. Pleasantville 104 
  6. I-35 119

Girls Team Scoring

  1. Corning 41
  2. I-35 110
  3. Wayne 112
  4. Central Decatur 125
  5. Bedford 154

Click here to view the complete POI Conference Meet results


Orient-Macksburg 25-26-26, Paton-Churdan 20-24-24
Adair-Casey 25-25-25, CAM, Anita 14-10-14


Dallas Center-Grimes 25-25-25, Winterset 19-19-13
Bondurant-Farrar 25-25-25, A-D-M, Adel 19-20-22


Woodward-Granger 25-25-25, Earlham 18-9-14

Guthrie Center 25-25-25, Van Meter 19-20-17
Coon Rapids-Bayard 26-26-25-25, Madrid 28-24-16-17


Bedford 17-25-25-20-15, Interstate 35, Truro 25-21-11-25-10
Martensdale-St Marys 25-25-25, Interstate 35, Truro 13-20-20
East Union 25-25, Corning 15-9
East Union 25-25-25, Bedford 13-20-17
East Union 25-28-25, Martensdale-St Marys 20-26-8


Harlan 25-25-25, Atlantic 9-3-9
Red Oak 25-25-25, Denison-Schleswig 15-17-16
Clarinda 25-25-25, Creston 17-13-20
Kuemper Catholic, Carroll 25-25-22-25, Shenandoah 18-22-25-16
Lewis Central 25-25-25, Glenwood 15-17-21


IKM-Manning 25-25-25, Charter Oak-Ute 10-17-10
AR-WE-VA, Westside 25-25-17-25, Woodbine 18-23-25-16
Logan-Magnolia 25-26-25, Whiting 20-24-18


Villisca 20-25-23-25-15, Essex 25-20-25-20-13
Stanton 25-25-25, Fremont-Mills 9-15-20


Treynor 27-25-25-25, Missouri Valley 29-17-19-15
Underwood 25-13-25-27, Tri-Center, Neola 16-25-19-25


(Missouri Valley) Despite graduating two of the best runners in the conference, the Riverside boys cross country team was still able to defend their WIC championship. The Bulldogs totaled 41 points in the meet held at Missouri Valley Monday.


Ean Patick placed 2nd followed by teammate Brandon Sipherd in fifth. Also earning all-conference honors were Adam Hartman (7) and Tim Brink (12). The fifth runner contributing to the team score was Dillon Carrier placing 26th.


Coach Alex Oliver says this year's win was more of a complete team victory. He says the group still has plenty of goals to accomplish the rest of the year including getting back to the state meet.


Click here for the interview with Riverside cross country coach Alex Oliver


(Audubon) To clinch a playoff spot in the 2012 season the Audubon Wheelers are going to need some help. There are a variety of scenarios that would land the Wheelers in the playoffs and most of them require Audubon to win the remaining two games on their schedule. Those games come against Martensdale-St. Mary's in Week 8 and Earlham in Week 9.


Against Martensdale-St. Mary's, Audubon will be looking to bounce back from a sluggish performance against Woodward-Academy the previous week. Audubon turned the ball over eight times in the 22-29 defeat.


Despite the tough loss Coach Monte Riebhoff says his squad goes into the Martensdale St. Marys game with confidence. He looks for the team to be able to run the ball well against the Blue Devils just like Guthrie Center and Bedford have done in the last two weeks.


Click here for the interview with Audubon football coach Monte Reibhoff


Girls Team Scoring

  1. Griswold 22
  2. Underwood 76
  3. Tri-Center 77
  4. Treynor 109
  5. Audubon 139
  6. Riverside 190
  7. AHST 234

Western Iowa Conference Meet girls individual results


Boys Team Scoring

  1. Riverside 41
  2. Missouri Valley 62
  3. Treynor 85
  4. Griswold 87
  5. Tri-Center 90
  6. Underwood 135
  7. Audubon 195

Click to view the Western Iowa Conference Meet boys results


(Griswold) After a 2-2 start to the season, the Griswold Tigers have turned things on in the second half of the regular season. The Tigers averaged just 9.5 points per game through the first four weeks, but have responded the last three weeks with an offensive average 51 points per game in wins against Westwood, West Monona, and Riverside.


The Tiger defense has been solid ever since a Week 1 loss to St. Albert in which they gave up 41 points. Since then the team has combined to only give up 46 points and have lowered their points allowed per game average to 12.4.


Rushing yardage has been plentiful during the Tigers four game win streak. That was especially true in Griswold's 47-7 win over Riverside last week. The Tigers ran for 598 yards headlined by Kenneth Clary's 256 yards and 4 TD's. Clary averaged 11.6 yards per carry and went over 900 yards on the season.


Up next in Griswold's path is East Mills. The Tigers come into the game at 5-2 overall and 4-1 in the district. East Mills enters at 3-4 overall. Griswold has won five of their last six East Mills has lost three straight.


Western Iowa Conference Tournament


Tri-Center, Neola 25-25-25, Griswold 10-13-18
Missouri Valley 29-25-25, Audubon 27-23-22

Treynor 25-25-25, Riverside 13-15-16

Underwood over AHST 3-1


Pride of Iowa

Bedford 25-25, Lenox 17-22
Bedford 25-25, Pleasantville 20-20
East Union 25-25, Corning 15-9
East Union 25-25, Wayne 14-7
Pleasantville 25-25, Lenox 17-22



(Exira) Only seven 8-Player teams in the state remain undefeated. Among those is an Exira-EHK squad that checks in at #7 in this week's Sports Spotlight poll and has been crushing everyone in their path this season. The Spartan's narrowest margin of victory this year has been 8 points (vs Woodbine Week 2). All other wins have been by at least three scores.


One of their largest wins came last week when they downed Villisca 72-18. Fueling the high point production was the defense which pitched in with three touchdowns. The Spartan "D" picked off five passes and recovered one fumble. Taber Anderson, Cody Jens, and Joe Harris all scored from the defensive side of the ball.


Offensively Trey Sander delivered 3 scores and 150 yards.  Drew Peppers ran for 80 yards and 3 TD's. Drew Peppers, nursing an ankle injury, notched a 15 yard TD run on his only carry.


The Spartan's high octane offense will air on KSOM this week against the Ar-We-Va Rockets. Ar-We-Va and Heartland Christian are the only remaining teams in Exira-EHK's way of an undefeated regular season.


(Avoca) With three straight wins the AHST football team has put themselves in great position to claim a playoff spot. The Vikings join Griswold and Underwood as one of three teams that all have one district loss.


AHST's most recent win, a 24-10 decision over East Mills, put the team in control of their own playoff fate the rest of the way. Jake Larsen rumbled for 123 yards which gives him a district leading 958 yards on the year. Austin Fink spearheaded a strong defensive effort with 11 tackles and a 54 yard fumble return for a touchdown.


AHST will face two of the top teams in the district the rest of the season. The Vikings travel to 6-1 Logan-Magnilia in Week 8 and host 4-3 Underwood in Week 9.


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


Watch List: Bettendorf (5-2), Davenport Assumption (5-2), Dubuque Senior (6-1), Urbandale (5-2)


1-Decorah (7-0) (1)
2-Grinnell (7-0) (2)
3-Bishop Heelan (Sioux City) (7-0) (3)
4-Williamsburg (6-1) (5)
5-Marion (6-1) (7)
6-South Tama (6-1) (NR)
7-Creston/Orient-Macksburg (6-1) (9)
8-Harlan (6-1) (NR)

9-Norwalk (6-1) (4)
10-Atlantic (5-2) (NR)


Watch List: A-D-M (Adel) (5-2), Boone (6-1), Lewis Central (Council Bluffs) (5-2), Solon (5-2)


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


Watch List: Albia (6-1), Davis County (Bloomfield) (5-2), Forest City (6-1)


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


Watch List: Maquoketa Valley (Dehli) (6-1), South O'Brien (Paulina) (6-1), Sumner-Fredericksburg (5-2), Tri-Center (Neola) (5-2), Van Meter (6-1), West Branch (5-2)


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

Watch List: Belle Plaine (6-1), Lone Tree (5-2), Lynnville-Sully (5-2), Newman Catholic (Mason City) (5-2), Pekin (6-1), Starmont (Arlington (6-1), Woodbury Central (Moville) (5-2)


CLASS 8-Player
1-Don Bosco (Gilbertville) (7-0) (1)
2-Newell-Fonda (7-0) (2)
3-Murray (7-0) (3)
4-Sidney (7-0) (4)
5-Fremont-Mills (Tabor) (6-1) (5)

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


Watch List: Glidden-Ralston (6-2), Janesville (6-2), Melcher-Dallas (6-1), Springville (6-1), Wayne (Corydon) (6-1), West Central (Maynard) (6-2)


Adair-Casey 17-21-15, Orient-Macksburg 21-15-3
Adair-Casey 21-21, Villisca 12-12
A-D-M, Adel 21-21, Central Springs 10-14
A-H-S-T, Avoca 21-21, Iowa Christian Academy 17-9
Ankeny Christian Academy 14-21-15, Heartland Christian 21-16-13
Bedford 25-23, St Joe Central 19-25
Bedford 25-25, Benton 19-21
Bedford 25-25, Benton 27-22
Bedford 25-25, Maryville 18-15
Central Decatur, Leon 21-21-21, Harmony 11-17-18
Charles City 20-25-15, Kuemper Catholic, Carroll 25-9-11
Council Bluffs, Thomas Jefferson 21-21, Heartland Christian 13-7
Earlham 11-21-15, Martensdale-St Marys 21-14-9
Earlham 17-21-15, Van Meter 21-18-13
Earlham 21-21, Murray 14-16
Fremont-Mills 15-21-15, Iowa Christian Academy 21-14-11
Greene County 21-21, Knoxville 17-12
Greene County 21-21, North Mahaska 7-15
Harlan 21-21, Bondurant-Farrar 6-18
Harlan 21-21, Sioux City, East 16-18
Harlan 9-21-15, Unity Christian 21-17-7
Kuemper Catholic, Carroll 21-21, Hampton-Dumont 6-9
Kuemper Catholic, Carroll 21-21, Roland-Story 7-17
Kuemper Catholic, Carroll 21-21, South Hardin, Eldora 12-14
Kuemper Catholic, Carroll 21-21, South Hardin, Eldora 7-12
Kuemper Catholic, Carroll 22-21, Janesville 20-13
Logan-Magnolia 21-21, Clarinda Academy 5-5
Martensdale-St Marys 21-21, Murray 19-15
Martensdale-St Marys 21-21, Pleasantville 7-11
Martensdale-St Marys 21-22, Montezuma 13-20
Martensdale-St Marys 22-16-15, Van Meter 20-21-7
Mount Ayr 24-21, Iowa Christian Academy 22-10
Nishnabotna 21-21, Logan-Magnolia 14-18
Nodaway Valley 21-14-20, Riverside, Oakland 6-21-18
Nodaway Valley 21-21, CAM, Anita 17-17
Nodaway Valley 21-21, Panorama 12-19
Stanton 21-21, Clarinda Academy 2-3
Stanton 21-21, Logan-Magnolia 7-12
Stanton 21-21, Nishnabotna 8-14
Tri-Center, Neola 21-21, Orient-Macksburg 12-10
Tri-Center, Neola 21-21, Villisca 17-12
Tri-Center, Neola 25-25, Nodaway Valley 16-13
Van Meter 16-21-15, Murray 21-14-10
Van Meter 21-21, Montezuma 14-14
Van Meter 21-25, Pleasantville 11-23
Villisca 21-21, Orient-Macksburg 17-15
Woodbine 21-21, Heartland Christian 14-12


(Atlantic) Atlantic Quarterback Harrison Hoegh broke the Trojans 10-year-old single season passing record Friday night in a 41-6 win over Perry. Hoegh finished the night, 18-29 for 247-yards which surpassed Bret Meyers 2002 single season record of 1,817. Hoegh has now thrown for 1,872 yards this season with two regular season games left on the schedule.


Atlantic finished the night with 389-total yards of offense, 247 by air and 142 on the ground.


The Trojans didn't get on the board until 3:31 to play in the second quarter and  reeled off 41-straight points after that. Jacob Dvorak opened up the scoring on a 4-yard touchdown run following Chad Christensen' interception, his (second pick) of the night. Two minutes later Hoegh fired a 19-yard TD strike to Kray Lukehart that led to a 14-0 halftime lead.


The Trojans ripped off 21-straight second half points. Harrison Hoegh got loose on a 35-yard run to paydirt early in the third quarter followed by two more Dvorak touchdown runs of 2 and 9 yards respectively to open up a 35-0 lead.


Perry Cornerback Nick Wilhelmy scooped up a Trojan fumble and returned it for a touchdown in the middle of the fourth quarter for the Blue Jays only score. Trojan backup quarterback Joey Walker then  punched one in from 5-yards out with 4:27 left to give the (5-2) Trojans a 41-6 finish.


Atlantic hosts (6-1) Harlan this Friday night. Kick-off is set for 7:30. Perry (2-5), travels to (5-2) ADM.


After the game Atlantic Head Coach Nick Ross had these comments


October 6, 2012


(Anita) CAM scored early and often on their way to a 60-16 win over Stanton in Week 7 of the high school football season.


The Cougars proved to be a notch above the competition and were able put the continuous clock rule into effect with 6:17 left to go in the first half.


Brady Runyan got CAM off to a good start with an interception on Stanton's second play from scrimmage. Runyan was able to convert the turnover into a 1 yard TD run with 8:31 left in the first quarter. Quarterback Trevor McKee's long TD runs in the first quarter widened the margin. McKee scored from 67 and 54 yards out to make it a 24 point game after one quarter. Big plays continued for CAM in the 2nd quarter when McKee found Jarrad Cavin on a 79-yard catch and run to make the score 38-0. Cavin's long interception return for a touchdwon midway through the 2nd increased the lead. Brady Runyan's 2nd TD run of the night, a five yarder, put the halftime score at 46-0. Matthew Williamson provided the fans with a delight following Runyan's third TD run. Williamson, the team's starting right guard, lined up in the backfield and carried the ball across the goal line for a two point conversion. The final CAM score of the night was a 30 yard fumble return by nose guard Tyler Stork. Stanton added two late touchdowns to make the final score 60-16.


CAM improves to 6-2 on the season while Stanton slips to 1-6.


Click here for the postgame comments from CAM coach Joe Wollum


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. Grandview Park Baptist
  15. Laurens-Marathon

Class 2A

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

Class 3A

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

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. Maquoketa
  9. West Delaware
  10. Marion
  11. Fairfield
  12. Dubuque Wahlert
  13. LeMars
  14. Lewis Central
  15. Oskaloosa

Class 5A

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


(Atlantic) Jess Feldman ran her way to a runner up finish while teammate Bailey Kuhl also finished in the top 10 to lead Harlan to a cross country win on Thursday.


The Cyclones won the meet with ease, thanks to four runners finishing in the top 25 at the meet that featured 156 runners. Marrissa Klindt placed 13th, Dru Beach was 24th, and Mercedee Mayberry placed 29th for Harlan.


  1. Harlan 67
  2. Shenandoah-Essex 112
  3. Dallas Center-Grimes 115
  4. Winterset 154
  5. Griswold 163
  6. Creston 181
  7. ADM 213
  8. Tri-Center 227
  9. Abraham Lincoln 228
  10. Lewis Central 244
  11. Atlantic 292
  12. Glenwood 315
  13. Thomas Jefferson 380
  14. Woodbine 399
  15. Treynor 404
  16. Panorama 408
  17. Denison-Schleswig 440
  18. IKM-Manning 442
  19. Sergeant Bluff-Luton 457
  20. Logan-Magnolia 486
  21. Riverside 547
  22. Boyer Valley 640


AR-WE-VA, Westside 25-25-25, Boyer Valley 21-23-15
Bedford 25-25-26, CAM, Anita 16-9-24
Council Bluffs, Abraham Lincoln 25-25-25, Sioux City, West 12-13-9
Council Bluffs, Thomas Jefferson 25-25-25, Sioux City, West 20-23-18

Dallas Center-Grimes 25-25-22-27, Norwalk 21-18-25-25

Glenwood 25-25-25, Denison-Schleswig 16-17-23
Lewis Central 25-25-25, Atlantic 9-10-18
Shenandoah 12-25-27-23-15, Creston 25-23-25-25-13
Harlan 22-25-25-25, Kuemper Catholic, Carroll 25-23-12-12


IKM-Manning 25-27-25, Woodbine 20-25-12
Maple Valley-Anthon Oto 25-25-25, Westwood, Sloan 6-16-15
Stanton 25-25-25, Villisca 8-12-11
Nishnabotna 25-17-23-25-15, Fremont-Mills 22-25-25-24-12

Orient-Macksburg 25-25-25, Lenox 23-13-23
West Monona 25-25-23-25, Logan-Magnolia 18-23-25-21


Class 1A Girls

1. Rebekah Topham, Griswold

13. Jordyn Sindt, Griswold

14. Alex Larson, Tri-Center

15. Destiny Scar, Nodaway Valley

16. Tiffany Shepherd, Corning

20. Kristen Weber, Earlham

23. Abbey Murphy, Earlham

25. Megan Deist, Audubon

26. Therese Frels, Guthrie Center

30. Alyx FLippin, Griswold


Class 1A Boys

1. Josh Sindelar, St. Albert

4. Spencer Rochholz, Adair-Casey

10. Scott Thuelen, St. Albert

15. TJ Bower, Nodaway Valley

21. Emmitt Wheatley, Adair-Casey

22. Darrian Irlbeck, Tri-Center

26. Ellis Johnson, Logan-Magnolia

27. Gus Doll, St. Albert


Class 3A Girls

2. Madison Waymire, Dallas Center-Grimes

16. Jess Feldman, Harlan

27. Brittany Sawyers, Winterset

29. Maria Mostek, Creston


Class 3A Boys

12. Sean Skillern, Shenandoah-Essex

21. Zac McCoy, Shenandoah-Essex

28. James Fuller, Glenwood

29. Jeff Reeve, Glenwood


(Neola) Treynor, Tri-Center, and Underwood all split the regular season championship in Western Iowa Conference volleyball and had to go to a tie-break to determine conference tournament seeding. Underwood was given the three seed because they had lost more sets throughout the season than Tri-Center and Treynor. Treynor edged Tri-Center for the #1 seed based on alphabetical order.


Tri-Center coach Brian Wedemyer says this year's tourney is shaping up to be one of the most competetive that the conference has had in several seasons. The top four seeds will host first round games beginning on Monday. Winners of the first round will head to Tri-Center High School on Tuesday for the 2nd round. The championship and consolation matches are held at Tri-Center on Thursday, October 11th.


Coach Wedemeyer says the play of setter Emily Baatz has been a big factor in his squad's success. He also points out that Shelby Sullivan and Malory Christiansen have had big seasons for the Trojans. Coach Wedemeyer lists Anna Spomer as the most consistent defensive player.


Click here for the interview with Tri-Center coach Brian Wedemeyer


(Exira) Exira-EHK is three wins away from completing an undefeated regular season. A 9-0 record would be the first for the Spartan's in their short history. Coach Tom Petersen says the main focus is on continuing to improve before the playoffs. 


Exira-EHK prepares for a 1-5 Villisca team this week, a squad that will feature a passing offense. It's a similar type of attack as the one Exira-EHK was able to limit last week in their lopsided with over Coon Rapids-Bayard.


Exira-EHK's regular season opponents the rest of the way have combined for only three wins. A strong running game has once again fueled a quality season for the Spartans. Exira-EHK ranks #4 in the state in rushing yardage this season.


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


Class 1A Girls

  1. Griswold
  2. North Linn
  3. Eagle Grove
  4. Earlham
  5. Pekin
  6. Central Elkader
  7. Dike-New Hartford
  8. Denver
  9. Tri-Center
  10. Bellevue Marquette
  11. Emmetsburg
  12. Biship Garigan
  13. Underwood
  14. Lynnville Sully
  15. Starmont

Class 1A Boys

  1. St. Albert
  2. Trinity
  3. Denver
  4. Dike-New Hartford
  5. Riverside
  6. Hudson
  7. Guthrie Center
  8. BCLUW
  9. Highland
  10. Woodward-Academy
  11. South O'Brien
  12. Alta/Aurelia
  13. North Butler
  14. Bellevue Marquette
  15. Nodaway Valley

Class 2A Girls

  1. Northeast
  2. Unity
  3. Gilbert
  4. Cascade
  5. Spirit Lake
  6. North Fayette
  7. Davis County
  8. CMB
  9. North Polk
  10. Roland Story
  11. South Hamilton
  12. Sioux Center
  13. Monticello
  14. Western Christian
  15. East Marshall

Class 2A Boys

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

Class 3A Girls

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

Class 3A Boys

  1. Decorah
  2. Heelan
  3. Pella
  4. Boone
  5. Charles City
  6. Grinnell
  7. Wahlert
  8. Shenandoah-Essex
  9. Mt. Vernon/Lisbon
  10. Glenwood
  11. Vinton Shellsburg
  12. CR Xavier
  13. Marion
  14. Knoxville
  15. Crestwood



(Atlantic) As the 2012 Atlantic Trojan football team continues to try and fight their way into the playoffs, a couple of seniors are putting up big time numbers.


Quarterback Harrison Hoegh leads Class 3A in passing yardage this season with 1,625 yards. Much of the production has come from throwing the ball to Sam Markham whose 752 receiving yards is also a state best. The dynamic duo is putting themselves in good company when it comes to former Atlantic Trojan standouts. Hoegh needs only 192 yards to pass Bret Meyer's 2002 mark of 1,817. The record that Markham is closing in on has stood for 41 years. Al Wernimont set the record in 1971 when he recorded 814 yards.


Atlantic, and these two very productive seniors, have three games remaining. Atlantic travels to Perry in Week 7, they host Harlan in Week 8, and welcome Glenwood to town in Week 9.


(Manning) IKM-Manning has won 16 of their last 17 volleyball matches including a three game sweep of Boyer Valley last night. The Wolves had their 15 match win streak snapped last week when they fell to MVAO, so coach Kathy Lage says it was nice to get back in the win column. The Wolves have been in the win column 21 times this season compared to only five losses.


IKM-Manning's sweep of Boyer Valley was fueled by Kaylee Blake's 9 kill and 7 ace effort. Coach Lage says the Wolves also got good production from Allyson Koccur and Katelyn Schechinger. Koccur had 14 assists and Schechinger posted 7 kills.


The win moves IKM-Manning another step closer to the conference championship. They've run the table so far in the conference and have two games remaining against Western Valley teams.


Click here for the interview with IKM-Manning coach Kathy Lage


(Greenfield) Nodaway Valley notched their sixth win in the last nine matches with a 3-1 victory over Lenox on Tuesday.


Sidney Reeves posted 12 kills and had a season high six aces. Megan McIntosh added 8 kills in 14 attempts.


The match marked the final conference match of the season for Nodaway Valley as they'll play in the conference tournament beginning next week. The late surge has helped the team finish among the leaders in the conference behind East Union and Bedford.


The Wolverines complete the Pride of Iowa regular season schedule with an 8-14 overall record.


Click here for the interview with Nodaway Valley coach Carly Denton


Exira-EHK 25-25-25, CAM, Anita 13-13-17
Orient-Macksburg 22-25-23-26-15, Glidden-Ralston 25-22-25-24-10
Iowa Christian Academy 25-25-22-25, Paton-Churdan 21-19-25-23
Adair-Casey 1-1-1, Ankeny Christian Academy 0-0-0


Perry 25-27-25, Winterset 23-25-21
Bondurant-Farrar 25-24-25-25, Carroll 20-26-22-21
A-D-M, Adel 25-29-23-26-15, Dallas Center-Grimes 15-27-25-28-10


Archbishop Bergan 17-25-25-13-15, St. Albert, Council Bluffs 25-16-18-25-12

Tri-Center, Neola 26-25-25, Underwood 24-15-23
Missouri Valley 25-22-25-24-15, Audubon 17-25-16-26-9


Interstate 35, Truro 26-25-20-25, Central Decatur, Leon 24-20-25-18
Martensdale-St Marys 25-25-25, Wayne 19-16-9
East Union 25-25-25, Mount Ayr 20-19-17
Nodaway Valley 25-25-23-25, Lenox 22-13-25-14
Bedford 25-25-25, Corning 21-20-21


Des Moines Christian 25-25-25, Madrid 16-11-14
Van Meter 25-17-25-25, Ogden 17-25-14-21
Earlham 25-25-25, Guthrie Center 9-21-22
Woodward-Granger 25-25-25, Panorama 11-10-15

Coon Rapids-Bayard 25-19-25-25, West Central Valley, Stuart 20-25-15-17

Harlan 27-25-25, Red Oak 25-16-19
Kuemper Catholic, Carroll 22-25-25-18-15, Clarinda 25-20-12-25-8
Glenwood 25-25-25, Atlantic 13-14-13
Lewis Central 25-25-25, Shenandoah 11-14-17
Creston 25-25-25, Denison-Schleswig 23-15-10


Woodbine 29-25-25, Charter Oak-Ute 27-6-17
West Monona 25-25-25, West Harrison 22-16-14
AR-WE-VA, Westside 25-25-25, Whiting 14-19-14
IKM-Manning 25-25-25, Boyer Valley 15-11-14


Stanton 25-25-25, Fremont-Mills 17-19-16
Villisca 27-21-25-25-17, Nishnabotna 29-25-23-20-15


(Adair) Week 7 of the season is when Adair-Casey was originally scheduled to take on East Greene, but with East Greene having merged with Jefferson-Scranton/Paton-Churdan it creates an opening on Adair-Casey's schedule.


The bye week comes at a time when Adair-Casey's had been rolling. The Bombers have won 13 of their last 14 regular season games and posted a season high 537 total yards in a Week 6 Homecoming win over Grandview Park Baptist (64-6). Quarterback Gunnar Dinkla threw for a season best 130 yards and running back Clayton Plowman had a career best 259 rushing yards. Plowman's big night puts him over the 1,000 yard mark for the third straight year. The Junior is one of only ten player's in 8-player history to rush for 4,000 yards in a career. He is 73 yards shy of moving into 6th place on the career rushing list.


Defensively Adair-Casey held Grandview Park Baptist to only 23 rushing yards and 136 yards total. All-State defensive end had another monster night with 5 of his 10 tackles being quarterback sacks.


Adair-Casey reaches their off week with a 6-1 record. They await 1-6 Ankeny Christian Academy in two weeks.




(Stanton) Stanton took down Heartland Christian in straight sets Monday night. The Viqueens won 25-8 25-12 and 25-7. Stanton has only dropped six sets all volleyball season long.


In the win over Heartland Christian on Monday Rachel Sorenson, Carmen Subbert, and Ragen Anderson were among the statistical leaders. Sorensen converted 8 kills on 17 attacks which was good enough for a .471 hitting percentage. Subbert added 7 kills plus went 32/24 behind the service line with 6 aces. Ragen Anderson posted 13 assists to give her a total of 233 for the year.


Stanton has won 18 of their last 19 matches and both losses on the season have been out of conference. They have stayed put this week in the IGHSAU rankings at #6 in Class 1A.


(Greenfield) Colton Graham and Timothy Settlemoir finished 1-2 to lead Nodaway Valley to a second place finish in front of their home crowd. The Wolverines came up 13 points short of Creston for the team championship.  TJ Bower placed 16th with fellow Wolverines Evan Mahoney and Nathan Venteicher going 32nd and 33rd respectively. Creston's win was led by Jay Wolfe who placed 3rd overall.


Boys Team Scoring

  1. Creston 59
  2. Nodaway Valley 82
  3. Griswold 106
  4. Van Meter 111
  5. Corning 134
  6. Clarinda 168
  7. Pleasantville 243
  8. West Central Valley 250
  9. Interstate-35

Click here for the complete boys individual results from Nodaway Valley


(Greenfield) The #1 Griswold Tigers ran past the competition at Nodaway Valley on Monday for another team title. They've known know other place than the head of the pack this year. Rebekah Topham crossed the finish line in 14:37 seconds and stays perfect in her cross country career. Teammate Jordyn Sindt placed 2nd in 15:20 and Alyx Flippin was also in the top 10 with a time of 15:10 she placed 6th. Other scoring runners for Griswold included Larissa Backhaus (12) and Leah Lappe (19).


Girls Team Scoring

  1. Griswold 40
  2. Creston 60
  3. Corning Community 102
  4. Van Meter 143
  5. West Central Valley 159
  6. Bedford 272

Click here for the girls individual results from Nodaway Valley


Adair-Casey 25-25-25, Guthrie Center 20-19-20
A-H-S-T, Avoca 25-25-22-25, Boyer Valley 17-15-25-20
Fremont-Mills 25-25-25, Sidney 15-17-23
Heartland Christian 25-25-25, Clarinda Academy 6-19-7
Murray 25-22-25-25, Mount Ayr 22-25-14-13
Nishnabotna 25-25-25, Essex 20-12-7
Stanton 25-25-25, Heartland Christian 8-12-7
Villisca 25-25-25, East Mills 18-12-21