(Atlantic) Atlantic evens up their season record at 1-1 with a 61-33 win over Red Oak Tuesday night. The Trojans raced out to a 30-13 halftime lead on their way to their first win of the year.
Atlantic head coach Alan Jenkins says the team was able to correct some of their mistakes from Friday night's loss at St. Albert.
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Sophomore Ryan Hawkins scored 18 points. The sophomore is averaging 17.5 ppg plus 7.5 rebounds per game. He shot 8-12 Tuesday night
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Nick Podhajsky (11) and Garrett Franken (10) both scored in double figures as well. Podhajky also pulled down a team high 12 rebounds.
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Coach Jenkins says it was a good win, but now their attention turns to Creston.
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2-0 Creston is averaging 78.5 points per game. The contest between the Panthers and Trojans on Friday night will air on KS95.7 FM.
(Griswold) Griswold picked up a 53-35 road win in Western Iowa Conference Boys Basketball Tuesday night at Audubon.
The Tigers led just 10-9 after one quarter but then exploded on an 18-4 second quarter run and eventually led 30-16 at halftime. Tyrel Peters had a big first half and scored 20 in the game for the Tigers. Griswold carried the 2nd quarter momentum into the third quarter, not allowing an Audubon second half basket until the 2:00 mark left in the third. Over the 2nd and 3rd quarters Griswold outscored the opposition 33-10. Their 1-3-1 defense forced Audubon into several turnovers. Outside of Peters 20 point night, all of Griswold's other starters scored six points apeice.
Griswold improves to 3-1 on the year heading into their matchup with Missouri Valley on Friday. Audubon drops to 1-2 overall and 1-1 in the conference.
Griswold Scoring: Peters 20, Haynes 6, Schaaf 6, Boucher 6, Maass 6, Dugan 2, Kerkhoff 2
Audubon Scoring: Hacker 6, Bauer 6, Vokt 5, Blomme 5, M. Nelsen 4, C. Nelsen 4, Remsburg 3, Williamson 2
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(Audubon) Despite trailing nearly the entire 1st half, Audubon topped Griswold in girls basketball last night 45-34.
Griswold raced out to a 9-2 lead only to see Audubon go on a 6-0 run late in the first quarter to get right back in the game. The 2nd quarter was back and forth with Audubon taking a 25-21 halftime lead thanks in large part to their pressure defense and their 9-12 free throw shooting. After a slow start for both sides to the third quarter, Griswold got six quick points from Jackie Rush (4) and Kinzey Nicklaus (2) to take a 29-28 lead. Audubon though would finish the third quarter on a 5-0 spurt to take a 33-29 lead into the final quarter. With just over five seconds left in the quarter Audubon called timeout and drew up a play for Susie Bylund who hit a three pointer as time expired in the quarter giving the Wheelers the momentum. They never looked back from their as they stretched the lead up to double figures in the fourth quarter behind more solid free throw shooting. Bylund, who finished with 20 points, went 7/9 from the line in the second half and Audubon has a team hit 16/22 from the line in the game compared to Griswold's 3/10.
In addition to Bylund's 20 points, Audubon got 10 from Courtney Rudolph off the bench. Kinzey Nicklaus led a short-handed Griswold team with 8 points. The Tigers lost Trisha Huerta to a knee injury late in the first quarter and also had foul trouble throughout the game.
Audubon Scoring: Bylund 20, Rudolph 10, Anthofer 8, Klocke 5, Haubrich 2
Griswold Scoring: Nicklaus 8, Kerkhoff 7, Rush 5, Hansen 4, Brunk 2, Huerta 1
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Paton-Churdan 58, Exira-EHK 49
Glidden-Ralston 57, West Harrison 40
Woodbine 65, AR-WE-VA, Westside 64
Adair-Casey 45, Coon Rapids-Bayard 43 (2OT)
Boyer Valley 36 CAM 32
IKM-Manning 63, Treynor 49
Missouri Valley 56, Riverside, Oakland 40
Underwood 55, A-H-S-T, Avoca 43
Audubon 45, Griswold 34
Interstate 35, Truro 73, Central Decatur, Leon 55
Martensdale-St Marys 49, Southeast Warren, Liberty Center 36
Mount Ayr 67, East Union 39
Nodaway Valley 63, Lenox 31
Bedford 62, Southwest Valley 40
Shenandoah 55, Creston 49
Red Oak 56, Atlantic 39
Denison-Schleswig 58, Carroll 19
Kuemper Catholic 68 St. Albert 58
Lewis Central 50, Glenwood 36
Clarinda 52, Maryville, MO 32
Council Bluffs, Abraham Lincoln 57, Council Bluffs, Thomas Jefferson 19
Panorama 59, Earlham 26
Des Moines Christian 68, Ogden 41
Essex 76, Clarinda Academy 27
Perry 45, Dallas Center-Grimes 37
Winterset 46, Norwalk 43
Griswold 53, Audubon 35
Missouri Valley 52, Riverside, Oakland 46
Underwood 52, AHST 28
IKM-Manning 63 Treynor 57
Dallas Center-Grimes 89, Perry 58
Norwalk 70, Winterset 33
ADM, Adel 70, Newton 63
Paton-Churdan 48, Exira/EH-K 32
West Harrison, Mondamin 58, Glidden-Ralston 42
Coon Rapids-Bayard 55, Adair-Casey 34
Ar-We-Va, Westside 75, Woodbine 45
Central Decatur, Leon 61, Interstate 35, Truro 51
Martensdale-St. Marys 61, Southeast Warren, Liberty Center 12
Mount Ayr 54, East Union, Afton 50
Nodaway Valley 58, Lenox 37
Bedford 57, Southwest Valley 37
Kuemper Catholic, Carroll 71, St. Albert, Council Bluffs 50
Carroll 65, Denison-Schleswig 50
Maryville, MO 48 Clarinda 44
Creston 93 Shenandoah 67
Glenwood 65 Lewis Central 58 OT
Atlantic 61 Red Oak 33
Council Bluffs, Abraham Lincoln 61, Council Bluffs, Thomas Jefferson 47
Heartland Christian 57, Stanton 55
Ridge View 48, West Monona, Onawa 38
Audubon 41 Guthrie Center 33
Audubon 48 Van Meter 18
Audubon 56 Woodward-Granger 18
Guthrie Center 48 Woodward-Granger 24
Van Meter 45 Woodward-Granger 18
Thomas Jefferson 34 Logan-Magnolia 29
Thomas Jefferson 58 Missouri Valley 6
Omaha Westside 42 Underwood 30
Creighton Prep 39 Underwood 36
(Red Oak) (1-3) Atlantic travels to (1-0) Red Oak tonight in a Hawkeye Ten Conference girl’s basketball game. Atlantic’s three losses are to Council Abraham, Lincoln, Denison/Schleswig, and St. Albert. The Trojans defeated Carroll High 65-29 on December 2.
Trojan Head Coach Casey Pelzer is excited with the potential of his young team.
“The room for improvement is as high as it has ever been and I know we can get so much better,” said Pelzer. “Part of that is we have some players that have put the time in and part of that is we have some girls with limited experience.”
With that said Pelzer admits his team can win their next four games or lose all four. It starts with a good Red Oak team tonight.
“They return their big three in Kate Walker, Grace Blomstedt and Blake Bergren,” said Pelzer. “Blomstedt will be tough to stop inside because she is such a tall lanky athlete.”
The Tigers rank fifth in some 3A polls and are coming off of a season opening win over Lewis Central last Friday night. Coach Pelzer says the Tigers are playing with a lot of confidence right now.
“They put together a district run a year ago and made it to the state tournament and have Walker, Blomstedt, and Bergren that have a lot of success, and they are coming off of a win over Lewis Central,” said Pelzer.
Red Oak Junior Kate Walker scored 17-points in the win over Lewis Central and Junior Grace Blomstedt chipped in 10, and grabbed nine rebounds.
Atlantic freshman Catherine Leonard leads the team in scoring with 12.3 points a game, 11-rebounds and is shooting 85-percent from the free throw line. Erin Olson is averaging 12-a game.
Tip-off is slated for around 7:30 p.m. We will have the game on 95.7 F.M., Rich Mitchell will join me for the broadcast.
December 10, 2013
Gehlen Catholic, LeMars
Bishop Garrigan, Algona
Bishop Heelan Catholic
St. Albert 48 Tri-Center 39
Whiting 45 Charter Oak-Ute 28
Van Meter 68 Madrid 63 OT
(Ames) Hallie Christofferson's phenomenal start to her senior season continued Sunday in a 79-52 home win over Cal State Fullerton. The former All-Stater from Exira High School poured in 33 points, a new career high.
Christofferson ups her season points per game average to 25.0 ppg. She shot 11-16 from the field, 1-1 from the three-point line, and 10-10 from the free throw line. The Hamlin native also collected 8 rebound and a couple of blocked shots, helping ISU extend their perfect start to the season at 8-0.
Next up for the Cyclone women is in-state rival Iowa on Thursday in Ames.
Harlan Community 116
Abraham Lincoln 75
DM Lincoln 70
106-Britton Gibson, Winterset
113-Tyler Powell, DM Lincoln
120-Riley Klein, Underwood
126-Cole Peckham, Glenwood
132-Matt Malcolm, Glenwood
138-Wyatt Rasmussen, Underwood
145-Quinten Dawes, Gretna
152-Seth Stetzel, Perry
160-Nate Luna, DM Lincoln
170-Connor Shedeed, Gretna
182-Dady Mansaray, Urbandale
195-Cale Stork, Harlan Community
220-Logan Radik, Gretna
285-Jordan Bywater, Abraham Lincoln
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Central Decatur 210.5
Guthrie Center 152
Kuemper Catholic 120
Mount Ayr 111.5
Van Meter 109
Nodaway Valley 58
106-Brandon Gross, Kuemper Catholic
113-Jared Hensley, Bedford/Lenox
120- Dusten Reed, Bedford/Lenox
126- Blake Luna Clarinda
132-Alexander Schmitz, Kuemper Catholic
138- Chase Wyant, Van Meter
145-Erik Freed, Mount Ayr
152-Luke Strong, Clarinda
160-Colton Ranney, Central Decatur
170- Jacob Bair, Clarke
182-Austin Laabs, Guthrie Center
195-Peyton Gilbert, Central Decatur
220-Cale Crowder, Guthrie Center
285-Joe Ricker, Mount Ayr
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East Mills 216
Red Oak 126
St. Albert 80
106-Ben Christensen, East Mills
113-Dakota Petty, Red Oak
120-Alec Moorman, East Mills
126-Lucas Headstrom, Woodbine
132-Tanner Mertz, Red Oak
138-Lane Stortenbecker, East Mills
145-Zach Hagadon, AHST
152-Joshua Hopkins, East Mills
160-Nate Rudd, Woodbine
170- Wyatt Lewis, St. Albert
182-Evan Hansen, Exira-EHK
195- Nick Perkins, East Mills
220- Trey Sander, Exira-EHK
285-Austin Hatcher, East Mills
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1-Iowa City High
4-West Des Moines Valley
5-Des Moines East
7-Sioux City West
8-Cedar Rapids Kennedy
2-Bishop Heelan (Sioux City)
3-Cedar Rapids Xavier
7-North Scott (Eldridge)
8-Western Dubuque (Epworth)
10-Lewis Central (Council Bluffs)
6-Unity Christian (Orange City)
7-Kuemper Catholic (Carroll)
9-Northeast (Goose Lake)
1-Western Christian (Hull)
4-Iowa City Regina
7-St. Edmond (Fort Dodge)
9-North Linn (Troy Mills)
10-Maquoketa Valley (Dehli)
10-South Central Calhoun
Central Decatur, Leon 64, West Central Valley, Stuart 48
Coon Rapids-Bayard 54, West Harrison 27
Exira-EHK 43, Guthrie Center 22
Heartland Christian 50, East Mills 38
Lewis Central 50, Denison-Schleswig 25
Panorama 62, IKM-Manning 47
Treynor 71, Council Bluffs, Abraham Lincoln 43
Coon Rapids-Bayard 55, West Harrison, Mondamin 40
Denison-Schleswig 51, Lewis Central 37
East Mills 67, Heartland Christian 50
West Monona, Onawa 71, Whiting 50
(Greenfield) Four year starter TJ Bower needed just three points heading into Friday night's game against East Union to reach 1,000 for his career. Bower left little doubt, scoring 32 points in the Wolverines 76-36 win.
Bower connected for 21 points in the second half and then scored 11 in the second half before calling it a night. Also in double figures for the Wolverines was Jackson Lamb with 10.
Noway Valley goes to 2-0 on the season. Bower becomes the third Nodaway Valley player to reach 1,000 career points. 2013 graduates Brad Baudler and Alex Welsch each hit the milestone last season.
(Avoca) AHST held off several Griswold comeback attempts in a 53-40 boys basketball win. The Vikings were led by 17 points from Steven Jacobsen and 15 from Lee Whyte. Drew Young also finished in double figures for AHST with 10.
Griswold held an 11-10 lead after the first quarter. Tyrel Peters got the Tigers off to a quick start with 7 of his game high 19 points coming in the first quarter. It was a back and forth battle with no breathing room for either side in the first half. At the break the game was tied 21 all.
AHST began the 2nd half on a 6-0 run, but Griswold would fight back and actually take a lead late in the third quarter. AHST reclaimed that lead in the final minute of the third and then got a big three point make by Dalton Maassen as the third quarter buzzer sounded to lead 37-32 heading to the fourth.
AHST built the lead up to double figures over the final eight minutes and never relinquished the advantage. The Vikings shot 6/8 from the free throw line in the second half with Jacobsen and Young combining to go 6/6.
Griswold drops to 2-1 on the year and AHST moves to 2-0.
(Griswold) If ever there was a game that featured a tale of two halves, it came Friday night in Griswold. In the girls contest between Griswold and AHST things were neck and neck through the first half with neither team ever leading by more than three. Griswold turned a 21-19 halftime advantage into a 51-31 victory.
The teams traded baskets through the first two quarters with AHST's Danika Grobe scoring 11 first half points to keep the Vikings in the game. Grobe would score 12 points in the game, but cooled off in the second half and Griswold's Jeanna Fruend warmed up. The sophomore scored ten of her game high 13 points after the break to help lead Griswold on a 20-6 run to open up the second half. A big three pointer by Brooke Hansen at the end of the third quarter gave Griswold an 8 point lead and the Tigers kept the momentum going in the 4th. Hansen also finished in double figures with 10 point on the night.
Griswold improves to 2-1 on the season.
Treynor 70, Logan-Magnolia 37
Tri-Center, Neola 72, Missouri Valley 49
A-H-S-T, Avoca 53, Griswold 40
Audubon 50 Riverside 47
IKM-Manning 45 Underwood 44
ADM, Adel 64, Winterset 44
Carlisle 73, Perry 42
Carroll 69, Bondurant-Farrar 67
Ballard 67, Boone 46
Interstate 35, Truro 73, Southeast Warren, Liberty Center 27
Mount Ayr 58, Southwest Valley 54
Wayne, Corydon 72, Martensdale-St. Marys 65
Pleasantville 68, Central Decatur, Leon 42
Nodaway Valley 76, East Union, Afton 36 (NV: TJ Bower 1,000 career pts)
Bedford 49, Lenox 40
CAM, Anita 44, Adair-Casey 42
Van Meter 72, Woodward Academy 50
Coon Rapids-Bayard 42, Glidden-Ralston 32
Ogden 66, Guthrie Center 38
Earlham 63, Madrid 49
Harlan 80, Shenandoah 32
Lewis Central 72 Red Oak 58
Creston 63 Glenwood 52 OT
St. Albert 57 Atlantic 41
Kuemper Catholic 76 Clarinda 58
Stanton 73, South Page, College Springs 48
Exira-EHK 46, Woodbine 37
Adair-Casey 56, CAM, Anita 28
Ballard 49, Boone 23
Perry 57, Carlisle 45
Bondurant-Farrar 73, Carroll 10
A-D-M, Adel 58, Winterset 31
Treynor 68, Logan-Magnolia 30
Tri-Center, Neola 59, Missouri Valley 45
Griswold 51, A-H-S-T, Avoca 31
IKM-Manning 77, Underwood 58
Audubon 53, Riverside, Oakland 45
Bedford 58, Lenox 32
Interstate 35, Truro 54, Southeast Warren, Liberty Center 30
Martensdale-St Marys 59, Wayne 51
Mount Ayr 44, Southwest Valley 30
Central Decatur, Leon 72, Pleasantville 43
Coon Rapids-Bayard 56, Glidden-Ralston 25
Des Moines Christian 60, Woodward-Granger 20
Panorama 74, West Central Valley, Stuart 44
Earlham 64, Madrid 33
Glenwood 58, Creston 35
Kuemper Catholic, Carroll 62, Clarinda 46
Red Oak 43, Lewis Central 33
Harlan 66, Shenandoah 28
St. Albert 39 Atlantic 32
Melcher-Dallas 58, Orient-Macksburg 23
Sioux City, East 62, Council Bluffs, Thomas Jefferson 19
Stanton 59, South Page 22
(Council Bluffs) A big fourth quarter lifted Council Bluffs, St. Albert past Atlantic 57-41 in a Hawkeye Ten Conference Boys basketball game Friday night. The Falcons outscored the Trojans 23-9 in the fourth quarter to win 57-41.
Travis Miller’s five three-point shots and the physical play of Jackson Scott-Brown and Trey Bowman inside proved to be the difference in the game for St. Albert. The Falcons 21-25 free throw shooting didn’t hurt their cause either as the win to open up the conference season with a win.
Atlantic freshman Garrett Franken scored five straight out of the gate for Atlantic and the Trojans hung on to a 10-7 lead at the quarter break. But it wouldn’t last, the Falcons behind the sharp shooting of Travis Miller took their first lead of the game 14-12 with 6:29 left in the second quarter and extended that lead to 23-14 before Atlantic came storming back outscoring the Falcons 8-2 late in the second quarter to close the gap to 25-22 at the half
St. Albert went on a 5-0 run to start the third quarter, but the young Trojans responded with a 9-0 run to tie the game at 32-32 with 1:59 left in the third and trailed 34-32 at the end of third.
But the Falcons put the game away in the fourth outscoring the Trojans 23-9 to win their Hawkeye Ten Conference debut.
Three players finished in double figures for St. Albert. Travis Miller’s had 15-points all triples, Colton McBride finished the night with 11-points and Jackson Scott-Brown added 10-points.
Sophomore Ryan Hawkins led the Trojans with 17-points and Freshman Garrett Franken scored 16-points.
The Falcons are (1-0, and 1-1). Atlantic is 0-1 and hosts Red Oak on Tuesday night.
Click here to listen to post game comments from Trojan Head Coach Allen Jenkins
December 6, 2013
(Atlantic) The Atlantic Trojan Wrestlers finished second at the Humbolt Wrestling Tournament Friday night. The Trojans crowned four champions, four thirds and one fourth.
Atlantic senior Darrian Schwenke pinned his way through the tournament to earn the 126 pound title, Dillon Cox was the champion at 132, Reid Nichols captured the 145 pound title and Tyler Christensen pinned his way to the 220 pound championship.
Third place finishers for the Trojans included; Carter Cox at 106, Marshall McDermott, 138, Zach Stork at 152 and Jacob Johnson at 160. Jez Phippen was fourth at 285.
December 6, 2013
Denison-Schleswig 65, Storm Lake 42
East Union, Afton 36, North Harrison, MO 28
Underwood 52, East Mills 36
Riverside 56 Stanton 44
Wahoo Nuemann 63 St. Albert 47
Denison-Schleswig 50, Storm Lake 15
North Harrison, MO 48, East Union 31
Stanton 52, Riverside, Oakland 33
Underwood 42, East Mills 41
Van Meter 47, Martensdale-St Marys 30
Audubon 39 Atlantic/CAM 35
Atlantic/CAM 56 Griswold 7
Audubon 55 Griswold 15
Woodbine 54 AHST 30
Logan-Magnolia 54 Exira-EHK 30
Woodbine 45 Exira-EHK 30
Central Decatur 40 Bedford/Lenox 30
Central Decatur 69 Wayne 6
Glenwood 63 Kuemper Catholic 9
Glenwood 72 St. Albert 6
Kuemper Catholic 55 St. Albert 24
Denison-Schleswig 46 Missouri Valley 33
Red Oak 41 Missouri Valley 27
Winterset 50 Carroll 24
Winterset 48 Greene County 29
Thomas Jefferson 66 SC West 6
SC North 45 Thomas Jefferson 30
SC North 64 Abraham Lincoln 18
Nodaway Valley 36 West Central Valley 13
Guthrie Center 60 West Central Valley 12
Guthrie Center 54 Nodaway Valley 24
Lewis Central 51 Shenandoah 18
Clarinda 75 Shenandoah 6
Clarinda 48 Lewis Central 21
Interstate 35, 54 Clarinda Academy 27
Woodward-Granger 54 Clarinda Academy 22
South Central Calhoun
Bishop Heelan Catholic
(Anita) The Audubon Wheelers came from behind to defeat Atlantic/CAM 39-35 in the Wheelers second match of the night. Trailing 35-24 through 11-matches, Audubon scored 15 unanswered points to capture the win. (152), Trevor Smith pinned Zach Stork, (160), Lucas-Smith-Petersen won by a 6-2 decision over Jacob Johnson, and (170), Chase Petersen won by forfeit to seal the deal for the Wheelers.
The highlights for Atlantic came in the 220 pound match when (9th) rated Tyler Christensen’s defeated (6th) rated Matt Fett by an 11-3 major decision. The other high point for the Trojans was Senior Darrian Schwenke picking up his 100th career victory in the 126 pound match. Schwenke pinned Brad Kerkhoff to reach the milestone.
106 (Atl) Carter Cox won by Forfeit (Aud) open
113 (Aud) Collin Subbert won by FF (Atl) open
120 (Aud) Kyle Juelsgaard won by FF (Atl) open
126 (Atl) Darrian Schwenke pinned (Aud) Brad Kerkhoff
132 (Atl) Dillon Cox won by a 13-4 major decision over (Aud) Jake Mulford
138 (Aud) Andrew Malloy pinned (Atl) Marshall McDermott
145 (Atl) Reid Nichols pinned (Aud) Matthew Smith-Petersen
152 (Aud) Trevor Smith pinned (Atl) Zach Stork
160 (Aud) Lucas Smith-Petersen won by a 6-2 decision over Jacob Johnson
170 (Aud) Chase Petersen won by FF (Atl) open
182 (Aud) Drew Christensen won by FF (Atl) open
195 (Atl) Keegan Hosfelt won by a 2-0 decision over (Aud) Jordan Hansen
220 (Atl) Tyler Christensen won by an 11-3 major decision over (Aud) Matt Fett
285 (Atl) Jez Phippen pinned (Aud) Isaiah Taylor
Atlantic 57 Griswold 6
106 (Atl) Eldon Lepis won by FF (Gris) open
113 (Atl) Carter Cox won pinned (Gris) Devon McLain
120 (Atl) open (Gris) open
126 (Atl) Darrian Schwenke won by a 13-6 decision over (Gris) Hadley Ogg
132 (Atl) Marshall McDermott pinned (Gris) Wyatt Robinette
138 (Atl) Dillon Cox won by an 8-1 decision over (Gris) Austin Dollen
145 (Atl) Reid Nichols pinned (Gris) Cody Carlton
152 (Atl) Zach Stork won by a 10-0 major decision over (Gris) Jacob Dickinson
160 (Atl) Jacob Johnson pinned (Gris) Kegan McManigal
170 (Atl) open (Gris) open
182 (Gris) Austin Lorenz won by FF (Atl) open
195 (Atl) Keegan Hosfelt won by FF (Gris) open
220 (Atl) Tyler Christensen won by FF (Gris) open
285 (Atl) Jez Phippen won by decision in overtime over Gris) Jacob Steinbeck
(Anita) The Audubon Wheeler -wrestling team is off to a great start. After winning dual wins over Panorama and Carroll last Tuesday night, the Wheelers defeated Griswold 55-16, and Atlantic/CAM 39-35 in a double dual at Anita Thursday night.
The Wheelers won 10 out of 14 matches against Griswold. They scored four pins, three major decisions, one decision and won four matches by forfeit.
Audubon 55 Griswold 15
106 (Aud) open (Gris) open
113 (Aud) Collin Subbert pinned (Gris) Devin McLain
120 (Aud) Kyle Juhlsgaard won by FF (Gris) open
126 (Aud) Brad Kerkhoff won by a 10-1 major decision over (Gris) Hadley Ogg
132 (Aud) Jake Mulford pinned (Gris) Wyatt Robinette
138 (Gris) Austin Dollen won by a 12-3 major decision over (Aud) Andrew Malloy
145 (Aud) Matthew Smith-Petersen pinned (Gris) Cody Colton
152 (Aud) Trevor Smith won by a 10-4 decision over (Gris) Jacob Dickinson
160 (Aud) Lucas Smith-Petersen pinned (Gris) Keegan McManigal
170 (Aud) open (Gris) open
182 (Gris) Austin Lorenz won by FF (Aud) open
195 (Aud) Jordan Hansen won by FF (Gris) open
220 (Aud) Matt Fett won by FF (Gris) open
285 (Gris) Jacob Steinbeck won by TF over (Aud) Isaiah Taylor
(Avoca) A double header between AHST and Griswold airs Friday tonight on KSOM.
The AHST Viking Boys Basketball team is already off to a 1-0 start with a 58-27 win against CAM on Monday night. GG Harris is in his first year as the Vikings head coach and he talks about Monday’s win.
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Juniors Lee Whyte and Steven Jacobsen are the two leading returning scorers from last year. Whyte scored 21 points and Jacobsen had 13 in AHST’s win on Monday.
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It’s the defensive end though where AHST plans to make a name for themselves. They allowed just 8 second half points in their season opener and collected 22 steals.
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When it comes to taking on Griswold, coach Harris says the Tigers are better than they were last year despite losing their leading scorer.
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The Vikings are coming off of an 11-11 campaign last year. Coach Harris has set the bar very high for the upcoming season.
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Riverside and Treynor split the Western Iowa Conference championship a season ago.
(Ames) 22 points, 5 rebounds, and 5 assists last night from Hallie Christofferson led the ISU women past Northern Iowa 83-55. The Exira High School Graduate entered the game ranked 11th in the country in scoring. She shot just 7-16 from the field but sunk 8/10 free throws to lead all scorers in the game with 22 points.
Also of note in the game, Kuemper Catholic's Lexi Albrecht, IKM-Manning grad Ashley Hagedorn, and Panorama's Elly Argenbright all played four minutes. Albrecht posted three points.
The ISU women are 7-0 heading into Sunday's home game with Cal State Fullerton.
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