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Spartans Seek 31st Straight Regular Season Win


(Exira) 5-0 Exira-EHK meets winless Woodbine in our KSOM2 Week 6 contest. Cory Maassen will have the call of the game on Friday night.

 

Exira-EHK enters play on Friday with a state leading 30 game regular season win streak. Spartan head coach Tom Petersen says it's a testament to the coaching staff and the players they've had the last few years. The team's last regular season loss was in Week 2 of the 2011 season.

 

Spartan quarterback Drew Peppers, with an average of 250 rushing yards per game so far, is on a potentially record setting pace depending on how many postseason games the team plays. If the Spartans return to the Dome this season and Peppers continues his current pace that would put him over 3,000 yards for the year. The 8-player state record is 2,758 yards set by Andrew Leeper, of Adair-Casey, in 2006. A major part of Exira-EHK’s rushing success has been the offensive line play of Austin Moeller, Zach Kliefoth, and Tyler Jacobsen along with the lead blocking of fullback Martin Olson.

 

Pregame coverage on KSOM2 will get underway at around 6:45 on Friday. To listen live online go to 965ksom.com and click on the listen to KSOM2 button or download our Southwest Iowa app.

 

Click for the interview with Exira-EHK coach Tom Petersen

Atlantic Swim Team Results from Carroll Meet


(Carroll) The Atlantic girls swim team was in action on Tuesday night. The Trojans competed against Spencer and Carroll at Carroll.

 

Atlantic won three events and came away with a handful of runner-up finishes. Jessica Hartwig won the 200 Yard IM in a time of 2:27.53. The 50 Yard Freestyle was won by Madelyn Kickland in 25.96. Lindsay Keltch's 1:03.80 was the fastest time, by seven seconds, in the 100 Yard Backstroke. 

 

Runner up finishes for Atlantic included: the 200 Yard Medley Relay (Keltch, Hartwig, Madelyn Kickland, Mycala Kickland), Keltch in the 100 Yard Butterfly, Madelyn Kickland in the 100 Yard Freestyle, Hartwig in the 100 Yard Breaststroke, and the 400 Yard Freestyle Relay (Madelyn Kickland, Lindsay Keltch, Hartwig, and Mycala Kickland). 

 

Atlantic also posted a pair of 3rd place finishes with Mycala Kickland in the 200 Freestyle and Hanna King in the 500 Freestyle.

 

 

Tuesday Volleyball Scores:


 
 
Harlan 25-25-25, Red Oak 22-16-20
Lewis Central 20-26-25-25, Creston 25-24-20-14
Lewis Central 25-25-25, Atlantic 12-14-12
Kuemper Catholic, Carroll 25-25-25, Shenandoah 13-18-14
Council Bluffs, Abraham Lincoln 25-25-25, Glenwood 15-22-12
Griswold 25-25-25, Audubon 16-22-18
Tri-Center, Neola 25-25-25, Riverside, Oakland 10-9-10
IKM-Manning 25-23-25-18-16, Treynor 18-25-16-25-14
Logan-Magnolia 25-25-25, A-H-S-T, Avoca 18-19-12
Paton-Churdan 25-25-21-25, Charter Oak-Ute 21-22-21-13
Exira-EHK 23-25-25-25, CAM, Anita 25-10-23-20
Coon Rapids-Bayard 25-25-25, Woodbine 14-12-20
Glidden-Ralston 25-15-25-13-15, Adair-Casey 18-25-20-25-10
East Mills 25-25-25, South Page 10-16-9
Sidney 25-25-25, Clarinda Academy 6-9-5
Stanton 10-25-25-25, Essex 25-15-23-18
Nodaway Valley 25-23-31-22-15, Mount Ayr 15-25-29-25-12
Bedford 25-25-25, Lenox 23-22-15
Southwest Valley 25-25-25, East Union 14-14-16
Orient-Macksburg 22-26-15, Diagonal 25-24-2
Panorama 23-25-26-26, Van Meter 25-11-24-24
Carroll 25-26-25, Perry 10-24-21
A-D-M, Adel 25-21-25-25, Winterset 19-25-20-21
 
 
 

Logan-Magnolia Rolling Through Season So Far


(Logan) Logan-Magnolia is one of only eight remaining undefeated teams in Class A entering Week 6. The powerful Panthers are set to welcome 3-2 Tri-Center on Friday. 
 
Logan-Magnolia has been on a tear through five weeks. The Panthers have an average margin of victory of over 40 points.  Coach Straight admits he’s curious to see how his team comes out the next few weeks of the season in a stretch that he refers to as a grind.
 
The Panthers have rushed for a state leading 31 touchdowns on the year. That’s more than six rushing scores per contest. It’s a balanced attack that leads the way with Brady Charbonneau (588 yards), Riley Wohlers (368), and Austin Haner (324) leading the way.
 

Upbeat Tri-Center Team Travels to Logan-Magnolia This Week


(Neola) 3-2 Tri-Center faces a major challenge this week as they head to 5-0 Logan-Magnolia for their Week 6 football game.

 

One thing working in Tri-Center’s favor is the positive momentum they carry over from a huge win last week. The Trojans embraced the forward pass a week ago in beating St. Albert 33-14. They more than doubled their season passing total in one game.

 

Sam Sorenson had a huge night with 176 passing yards, completing 8/14 with 2 scores. He also led the team in rushing yardage with 33 yards and one TD, plus had a kickoff return for a score. Nick Schnitker was on the receiving end more often than not. The senior posted six grabs for 148 yards and a touchdown. 

 

Coach Tiarks acknowledges # 2 rated Logan-Magnolia will be a tall order Friday night. He says they fire off the ball as fast as anyone and their technique is hard to beat. He also credits the Panther coaching staff for their consistency and success.

 

In the district standings entering this week, Logan-Magnolia and Westwood are tied for first, Audubon and Tri-Center are both 2-1 with Griswold and St. Albert lurking at 1-2. 

 

Click for the interview with Tri-Center coach John Tiarks

 

Nodaway Valley Boys, Creston Girls Win at Orient-Macksburg


Boys Team Scoring

1. Nodaway Valley 25

2. Creston 98

3. West Central Valley 99

4. Earlham 101

5. Audubon 144

6. Adair-Casey/CAM 178

7. Orient-Macksburg 209

8. Paton-Churdan 273

9. Grand View Christian 277

10. East Union 295

 

Girls Team Scoring

1. Creston 55

2. West Central Valley 87

3. Earlham 101

4. East Union 103

5. Exira-EHK 106

6. Adair-Casey/CAM 123

7. Audubon 162

8. Bedford 234

9. Mount Ayr 258

 

All Systems Go for Coon Rapids-Bayard Crusaders


(Coon Rapids) Five weeks into the football season it appears on paper that little has challenged the Coon Rapids-Bayard football team. The Crusaders are a perfect 5-0 with their narrowest margin of victory being 15 points against a 4-1 Marcus-Meriden-Cleghorn team. Keep in mind MMC was the state champion just two years ago.   

 

Their largest margin of vicotry came just last week in their 62-8 win over NE Hamilton. The team ran for 397 yards in the victory and starting quarterback Brandon Riley completed all three of his passes for 111 yards and 3 TD's. 

 

That 62 point total against NE Hamilton marks the 2nd straight week the Crusaders have topped 60. They are averaging 55.6 points per game since the start of district play.

 

On the season, Zach Evans' 1,022 yards on the season are among the best in the state. He is one of only five players state-wide to have already topped the 1,000 yard mark. Evans needed only 14 carries last week to rush for 192 yards.  

 

This week the task at hand is Murray.  After a strong run the last five years, the Mustangs have slumped to an 0-5 start to 2014. Coach Kesselring says they run a different offense than what his defense has seen so far. They are led by quarterback Matthew Barnes with 519 yards passing and 356 rushing.

 

Click here for the interview with CR-B coach John Kesselring 

 

 

Huge Matchup This Week for Surging Stanton Football Team


(Stanton) The Stanton Vikings will try to continue their impressive turnaround story when they face #1 ranked and undefeated Fremont-Mills this Friday night. 

 

The Vikings have averaged 72 points per game over the last three weeks in wins over CAM, East Mills, and Esses. That sets up a major battle with Fremont-Mills as both teams are unbeated in the district standings. 

 

While Stanton turned to the air for big offensive numbers in Weeks 3 and 4, it was the rushing attack that led them to a 78-34 win over Essex last Friday night. Senior Kyle Petersen was the workhorse back with 25 carries for 102 yards and one TD. Alex Bechtold and David Sorenson joined him in the century club as Sorenson had 7 carreis for 121 yards and 4 TD's and Bechtold posted 113 yards on 15 rushes for 3 scores.  384 of the teams 482 total yards came on the ground. Brady Johnson still leads the state in all three receiving categories with 41 catches for 646 yards and 11 touchdowns on the year. 

 

Fremont-Mills may be the Vikings biggest challenge to date. The Knights are 5-0 with an average margin of victory at over 25 points per game. Fremont-Mills is led by a physical rushing attack. Their big offensive line has paved the way for 1,397 rushing yards this season.

 

Click for the interview with Stanton coach Jeff Grebin

Clarinda Cross Country Meet Results


Girls Team Scoring

1. Shenandoah 31

2. Red Oak 45

3. Clarinda 73

4. Nebraska City

 

Girls Individual Top 10

1. Erica Munsinger, Shenandoah 

2. Nikki Graber, Red Oak

3. Ashley Brower, Red Oak

4. Paige Shirley, Red Oak

5. Elizabeth Mayer, Clarinda

6. Devan Gray, Shenandoah

7. Caroline Ritchey, Shenandoah

8. Vanessa Webster, Shenandoah

9. Adrianna Holmes, Shenandoah 

10. Frannie Clark, Shenandoah

 

Boys Team Scoring

1. Shenandoah 27

2. Red Oak 52

3. Clarinda Academy 80

4. Clarinda 116

 

Boys Individual Top 10

1. Joe Blake, Shenandoah

2. Logan Lerette, Red Oak

3. Austin Feller, Shenandoah

4. Josh Sunberg, Red Oak

5. Nate Hoyt, Shenandoah

6. Jacob Tharp, Nebraska City

7. Dylan Todd, North Andrew 

8. Bridger Nebel, Shenandoah

9. Weston Rolenc, Red Oak

10. Lucas Finnell, Shenandoah

 

Click here for the full results from Clarinda

High School Volleyball Scores from Monday, September 29th


Treynor 25-25-25, Missouri Valley 21-13-21
Van Meter 20-28-25-22-15, Collins-Maxwell/Baxter 25-26-22-25-1

It's Homecoming Week in Audubon


(Audubon) 3-2 Audubon hosts winless Riverside for the Wheeler’s homecoming game on Friday. Audubon has managed to stay above .500 despite a rugged early schedule. Audubon’s only losses are to a pair of undefeated teams, Logan-Magnolia and IKM-Manning.

 

The Wheelers ran for 240 yards last week in their 33-0 win over MVAO. The defensive shutout was their first of this season after having five shutouts in a seven game stretch late last year. In the Wheeler’s three wins this year they are allowing on average just over 11 points per game.

 

Matthew Smith-Petersen leads the team in tackles with 59. He has more than twice as many stops as his next nearest teammate (Trevor Smith, 27). Last week the team won the turnover battle by posting a pair of interceptions. Cole Petersen ended the game with one pick and sparingly used senior Bradley Nissen had the other.

 

Jake Mulford and Trevor Smith make Audubon go offensively. Smith has passed for 516 yards and rushed for 336 yards with 7 total touchdowns. Mulford has carried the ball 93 times for 546 yards. That’s an average of 5.9 yards per rush with 6 TD’s on the ground plus a punt and a kickoff return for touchdown. Mitchell Nelsen has been the team’s top target in the air. The junior dual-sport standout has caught 11 passes for 200 yards and 3 TD’s.

 

Audubon split with Riverside last year. Co-head Coach Dustin Christensen says the team was able to do that by making improvements every week throughout the year. Coach Christensen says they’ve been improving each week this year as well.

 

Click for the interview with Audubon co-coach Dustin Christensen

Atlantic Swimmers Compete at Valley


(West Des Moines) The Atlantic girls swim team was in action over the weekend. The Trojans competed at West Des Moines Valley on Saturday.

 

Lindsay Keltch, Madelyn Kickland, and Jesse Hartwig were among some of the standout performances according to coach Dean Junker

 

Click to listen

 

Next up for the Trojan swimmers is a trip to Carroll on Tuesday.

Sports Spotlight Football Rankings


 

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

 

Class 3A
1-Pella (5-0) (Next:@ Carlisle) (1)
2-West Delaware (Manchester) (5-0) (Next: @ Charles City) (2)
3-Cedar Rapids Xavier (4-1) (Next: Western Dubuque, Epworth) (3)
4-Carroll (5-0) (Next: Boone) (4)
5-Solon (4-1) (Next: @ Central Clinton, DeWitt) (5)
6-Bishop Heelan (Sioux City) (4-1) (Next: @ Boyden-Hull/Rock Valley) (7)
7-Gilbert (4-1) (Next: @ Bondurant-Farrar) (8)
8-Humboldt (4-1) (Next: Greene County) (10)
9-Waverly-Shell Rock (4-1) (Next: @ #1 Clear Lake, 2A) (9)
10-Davenport Assumption (3-2) (Next: @ Dubuque Wahlert) (NR)
Watch List: Ballard (Huxley), Dallas Center-Grimes, Newton, Sergeant Bluff-Luton

 

Class 2A
1-Clear Lake (5-0) (Next: #9 Waverly-Shell Rock, 3A) (1)
2-Spirit Lake (5-0) (Next: #3 Sioux Center) (2)
3-Sioux Center (5-0) (Next: @ #2 Spirit Lake) (3)
4-North Fayette Valley (4-1) (Next: Beckman, Dyersville) (4)
5-Hampton-Dumont (5-0) (Next: Estherville-Lincoln Central) (5)
6-Williamsburg (5-0) (Next: Mid-Prairie, Wellman) (6)
7-Albia (5-0) (Next: Davis County, Bloomfield) (7)
8-New Hampton (4-1) (Next: Oelwein) (8)
9-Mediapolis (4-1) (Next: Wilton, 1A) (9)
10-Cascade (Western Dubuque) (4-1) (Next: Camanche) (10)
Watch List: Beckman (Dyersville), Center Point-Urbana, Clarion-Goldfield, Collins-Maxwell-Baxter

 

Class 1A
1-Iowa City Regina (4-1) (Next: Columbus, Columbus Junction) (1)
2-South Winneshiek (Calmar) (5-0) (Next: Jesup) (2)
3-St. Edmond (Fort Dodge) (5-0) (Next: @ Madrid) (3)
4-West Branch (5-0) (Next: @ Durant) (4)
5-Saint Ansgar (5-0) (Next: #7 Nashua-Plainfield, A) (5)
6-Ogden (5-0) (Next: Woodward Academy) (6)
7-IKM-Manning (5-0) (Next: @ O-A/BCIG) (7)
8-West Lyon (Inwood) (4-1) (Next: #9 Hinton) (8)
9-Hinton (5-0) (Next: @ #8 West Lyon, Inwood) (9)
10-Dike-New Hartford (4-1) (Next: @ MFL, Mar-Mac, Monona) (NR)
Watch List: Bellevue South Central Calhoun, North Cedar (Stanwood), South Hamilton (Jewell)

 

Class A
1-Maquoketa Valley (Dehli) (5-0) (Next: North Linn, Troy Mills) (1)
2-Logan-Magnolia (5-0) (Next: Tri-Center, Neola) (2)
3-AGWSR (Ackley) (5-0) (Next: @ Denver) (4)
4-Pekin (4-0) (Next: Cardinal, Eldon) (5)
5-Montezuma (5-0) (Next: Colfax-Mingo) (7)
6-Bedford (5-0) (Next: @ #8 Mount Ayr) (6)
7-Nashua-Plainfield (5-0) (Next: #5 Saint Ansgar, 1A) (3)
8-Mount Ayr (4-1) (Next: #6 Bedford) (8)
9-Bishop Garrigan (Algona) (3-2) (Next:@ North Butler, Greene) (9)
10-Westwood (Sloan) (5-0) (Next: Maple Valley-Anthon-Oto) (NR)
10-Gladbrook-Reinbeck (4-1) (Next: @ North Tama, Traer) (10)
Watch List: South O'Brien (Paulina), Wapsie Valley (Fairbank), West Sioux (Hawarden)

 

Class 8-Player
1-Fremont-Mills (Tabor) (5-0) (Next: @ Stanton) (1)
2-Don Bosco (Gilbertville) (5-0) (Next: @ #5 H-L-V, Victor) (2)
3-Janesville (5-0) (Next: @ Tripoli) (3)
4-Exira/Elk Horn-Kimballton (5-0) (Next: @ Woodbine) (4)
5-H-L-V (Victor) (5-0) (Next: @ #2 Don Bosco, Gilbertville) (5)
6-Coon Rapids-Bayard (5-0) (Next: @ Murray) (6)
7-Central (Elkader) (5-0) (Next: #8 Turkey Valley, Jackson Junction) (7)
8-Turkey Valley (Jackson Junction) (5-0) (Next: @ #7 Central, Elkader) (8)
9-Marcus-Meriden-Cleghorn (4-1) (Next: Clay Central-Everly) (9)
10-Graettinger-Terril/Ruthven-Ayrshire (4-1) (Next: Remsen-Union) (NR)
Watch List: East Mills, Glidden-Ralston, Lamoni, Melcher-Dallas, Stanton, West Bend-Mallard 

Local Stars Shine in Buena Vista Win


(Storm Lake) Led by a few KSOM/KS95.7 Sports coverage area standouts, the Buena Vista football team picked up their first win of the season on Saturday. The Beavers improved to 1-2 by beating Waldorf 55-28.

 

Former Harlan Cyclone Dylan Barrett ran for 168 yards and two touchdowns. He also caught two passes for 56 yards. Barrett’s high school teammate Adam Cave caught six passes for 74 yards while former AHST Viking Gunner Gilland led the team in receiving. Gilland found the end zone three times with 8 grabs for 143 yards.

 

1-2 Buena Vista hosts 3-0 Simpson next week.
 

Lewis Central Girls Win Team Title at Harlan Cross Country Meet


(Harlan) The Lewis Central girls cross country team won the team title at the Harlan Cross Country Meet Saturday. The Titans, led by freshmen Alissa Pomrenke’s fourth place finish topped the 14-team field with 67-points. Griswold was second with 100.

 

Three time state Cross Country Champion Rebecca Topham, of Griswold won the individual title in a time of 14.44.21. Atlantic Junior Tiffany Williams was second in a time of 15:31.65.

 

(File Photo: Rebecca Topham)

 

Team Scoring:

 

1. Lewis Central,67                    

2. Griswold,100                       

3.Harlan,103

4.Underwood, 121

5.Atlantic, 168

6. Denison, 171

7.Glenwood,179

8.Red Oak, 190

9.Abraham Lincoln, 206

10.St. Albert, 190

11.Thomas Jefferson,269

12.Treynor, 296

13.Woodbine,346

14.AHSTW,368    

 

Top 20 Individuals:

 

1.      Rebecca Topham, Griswold

2.      Tiffany Williams, Atlantic

3.      Ellie Mendlik, Denison

4.      Alissa Pomrenke, Lewis Central

5.      Alyx Flippin, Griswold

6.      Karley Larsen, Underwood

7.      Kye Madsen, Lewis Central

8.      Megan Maaske, Woodbine

9.      Denae Statzer, Lewis Central

10.  Bre Waugh, Abraham Lincoln

11.  Jacey Martin, St. Albert

12.  Kate Walker, Red Oak

13.  Marrisa Klindt, Harlan

14.  Erin Shapcott, Underwood

15.  Krisann Stephany, St. Albert

16.  Mercedee Mayberry, Harlan

17.  Baylee Hoegh, Harlan

18.  Kiley Cook, Underwood

19.  Ci Ci Saldana, Abraham Lincoln

20.  Alyssa Wyman, Griswold 

Harlan Boys Capture Team Title at Their Own Meet Saturday


(Harlan) The Harlan Boys Cross Country Team won the team title at their own meet at the Harlan Golf and Country Club Saturday. Eldon Warner, of Council Bluffs, Thomas Jefferson won the individual title, Preston Burris, of Harlan was second.

 

Five of Harlans’ runners finished in the top 16, including Burris 2nd , Michael Sciranko 5th, Drew Voge, 11th, Andrew Mumm, 12th and Jacob Feldman was 16th.

Team Scoring:

1.      Harlan 46

2.      Thomas Jefferson 93

3.      Denison 107

4.      Abraham Lincoln 122

5.      Lewis Central 125

6.      Glenwood 126

7.      Rd Oak 153

8.      St. Albert 183

9.      Atlantic 203

10.  Riverside 259

11.  Treynor 348

12.  AHSTW 371

13.  Woodbine 377

14.  Underwood 383

15.  Griswold 419

 

 

Top 20 Individuals:

 

  1 Warner, Eldon, Thomas Jefferson            

  2 Burris, Preston, Harlan          

  3 O'Brien, Brenden, Lewis Central         

  4 Lerette, Logan, Red Oak           

  5 Sciranko, Michael,Harlan        

  6 Brewer, Alex, Abraham Lincoln      

  7 Brink, Tim, Riverside               

  8 Rogers, Josef, Denison            

  9 Ross, Max, St. Albert                

 10 Seefeldt, Drew, Denison           

11 Voge, Drew, Harlan              

 12 Mumm, Andrew, Harlan             

 13 Salazar, David, Denison           

 14 Raes, Parker, Thomas Jefferson             

 15 Gray, Cuentin, Glenwood            

 16 Feldman, Jacob, Harlan           

 17 Rolenc, Weston, Red Oak          

 18 Hawkins, Ryan, Atlantic            

 19 Branigan, Kevin, Abraham Lincoln          

 20 King, Will, Lewis

 

Volleyball Scores for Saturday, September 27


Southwest Valley Volleyball Tournament Scores:

 

SWV over CAM 21-15, 21-10

NV over Lenox 21-13, 10-21, 15-11

E/EHK over CAM 21-16, 21-18

Essex over Lenox 21-12, 20-22, 15-11

E/EHK over SWV 18-21, 21-21, 16-14

NV over Essex 21-13, 21-15

 

Semi-Finals:

NV over SWV 21-15, 19-21, 15-13

E/EHK over Essex 21-14, 21-19

 

Finals:

NV over E/EHK (1st place match) 21-17, 20-22, 15-7

SWV over Essex (3rd place match) 21-19, 21-14

 

 

Sidney Tournament:

 

Griswold (3-1)

Thomas Jefferson (3-1)

Sidney (3-1)

Riverside (1-3)

 

Bedford Tournament

Stanton (4-1)

Bedford (4-1)

East Mills (3-2)

Mount Ayr (2-3)

Central Decatur (2-1)

Lamoni (1-2)

Murray (0-3)

 

East Union (0-3)

 

 

Harlan ends Three Game Skid: Holds off Atlantic 24-21


(Harlan) Two big plays in the air gave Harlan the offensive boost they needed to hold off a pesky Atlantic football team 24-21 in a Class 3A District 8 football game at Harlan Friday night.

 

Cyclone Quarterback Hunter Kloewer in his first start at quarterback was impressive. Kloewer finished the night 7-11 passing for 160 yards and two touchdowns, one to Luke Hall that covered 23 and the other touchdown was thrown to Dillon Sears for 52 yards. Nick Tarney carried the ball 17 times for 53-yards.

 

Despite the loss the Atlantic offense showed a lot of improvement. Senior Quarterback Joey Walker was 11-21 in the air for 132-yards. Tristen Benn caught five passes for 75 of those yards.  Walker also hooked up with Collin Baker on a couple of big plays that kept drives alive. One of those completions was on a key two –point conversion late in the game. Sophomore tailback Drake Roller carried the ball 15-times for 31 yards and Brendon Holmes had four carries for 34-yards.

 

The Trojans had 17-first downs to Harlan’s 11. Atlantic was successful on 9-16 third down conversions, Harlan was 6-of-12.

 

Both defenses were bending but not breaking until the 2:15 mark left in the first quarter when Cyclone kicker Ethan Knudsen knocked a 30-yard field goal through the uprights to give Harlan a 3-0 lead. The Trojans grabbed the lead with 4:09 left in the half on freshman wingback Dillon Sonntag’s four yard run. But, Harlan regained the lead with 1:18 to go in the second quarter on Kloewer’s 23-yard TD pass to Luke Hall. After the extra point, the Cyclones led 10-7 at the half.

 

The Cyclones extended that lead at the 3:03 mark in the third on a 52-yard pass play from Kloewer to Hall. After the extra point the Cyclones lead was extended to 17-7. But the Trojans battled back twice more. Joey Walker scored on a short run that was set up by a long pass completion to Collin Baker. The Trojans missed the extra point and the score remained at 17-13.

 

The arm of Kloewer put the Trojans in a hole again with just under five minutes to play in the game. This one a 52-yard TD strike to Hall and the Cyclones lead vaulted to 24-13. But, Atlantic would not go down easy. The Trojans bounced right back two minutes later on a Joey Walker one yard run. That score was set up by a 46-yard pass play to Benn all the way down to the Harlan one yard line. The Trojans converted on a two point conversion to close the gap to 24-21. Atlantic attempted on onside kick but failed. And eventually the Cyclones were able to run out the clock after Josh Kloewer intercepted a Trojan pass with 52-seconds left in the game. With the Trojans out of time-outs, the Cyclones took a knee and ran out the clock.

 

The Cyclones are now 2-3 overall and 1-1 in the district. Atlantic goes to 2-3 and one and two in district play.

 

The Trojans host Dallas Center-Grimes in a homecoming game at Trojan Bowl next Friday night. Harlan travels to Winterset.

 

Click here to Listen to Atlantic Head Coach Eric Waldstein's Saturday morning interview

 

Other District 8 scores:

Creston 42 Glenwood 19

Winterset 16 A-D-M 6

Dallas Center-Grimes 45 Boone 27 (ND).

 

September 27, 2014 

Nodaway Valley Suffers 42-14 Setback in Battle for the Rock


(Greenfield) Mount Ayr’s size, speed, and depth were far too much for Nodaway Valley to overcome in the teams’ Week 5 football contest played in Greenfield Friday. The Raiders used those three factors to power their way to a 42-14 win over the Wolverines and maintain ownership of the Battle for the Rock traveling trophy.

 

Mount Ayr pushed their win streak to four in a row, while Nodaway Valley fell to 0-3 in the district standings. Mount Ayr scored on their opening possession of the game. They drove the length of the field, all on the ground, and finished the drive with a Grant Staats 10 yard TD run. Nodaway Valley’s defense hung tough on Mount Ayr’s second drive. The Wolverine’s forced a punt and then took advantage of a bad snap. The Raiders’ miscue gave Nodaway Valley the ball on the 23 yard line and they’d need only two plays to capitalize. Josh Allsup carried the ball 22 yards on the very next play, and then Brennan Weiland powered it in from one yard out, thanks to a good surge by the offensive line.

 

From there though it was almost all Mount Ayr the rest of the way. A disputed roughing the punter call late in the opening quarter sent things spiraling out of control. The Raiders zipped to a 20-7 first quarter lead and were up 35-7 at halftime. A Jacob Taylor pass to Lincoln Martin with 6:54 remaining in the third quarter put the running clock rule into effect with a 42-7 margin.

 

Kyle Dolechek and Grant Staats each finished with two TD runs. Taylor had a TD rush to go with his toss to Martin. Nodaway Valley’s final score didn’t come until the final minute of the game when Jackson Lamb ran in from one yard out.

 

Mount Ayr improves to 3-0 in the district and will take on fellow district unbeaten Bedford next Week. Despite being 0-3 in the playoff standings, the Wolverines have hope as their next three opponents entering Week 5 had combined for just 2 wins (Clarinda Academy, Martensdale-St. Mary’s, SE Warren). 

Scoreboard Week 5 Friday, September 26


Scoreboard Week 5
 
 
 
 
 

Friday (09/26/2014)

 

CLASS 4A:

Sioux City, North 43 at Council Bluffs, Thomas Jefferson 10

Lewis Central 10 at Dowling Catholic, West Des Moines 51

Council Bluffs, Abraham Lincoln 39 at Des Moines, Abraham Lincoln 27

 

CLASS 3A:

District 1

LeMars at Denison-Schleswig

Sergeant Bluff-Luton 36 at Bishop Heelan Catholic, Sioux City 35

Storm Lake 7 at Spencer 51

 

District 2

Algona 10 at Humboldt 41

Carroll 29 at Perry 10

Dallas Center-Grimes 45 at Boone 27

Greene County 17 at Webster City 14

 

District 8

Atlantic 21 at Harlan 24

Creston 42 at Glenwood 19

Winterset 16 at ADM, Adel 6

 

CLASS 2A:

District 8

 

Clarinda 54 at Shenandoah 21

Red Oak 14 at Kuemper Catholic, Carroll 37

 

 

CLASS 1A:

District 1

AHSTW, Avoca 9 at IKM-Manning 42

Missouri Valley 39 at West Monona, Onawa 22

Ridge View 20 at OA-BCIG 7

Underwood 33 at Treynor 7

 

District 8

Central Decatur, Leon 12 at Panorama, Panora 42

Des Moines Christian 14 at Madrid 46

Van Meter 28 at Interstate 35, Truro 14

Woodward-Granger  48 at Southwest Valley 0

 

CLASS A:

District 1

Audubon 33 at Maple Valley-Anthon-Oto 0

Logan-Magnolia 65 at Riverside, Oakland 7

St. Albert, Council Bluffs 14 at Tri-Center, Neola 33

Westwood, Sloan 24 at Griswold 7

 

District 8

Clarinda Academy 26 at Martensdale-St. Marys 69

Earlham 65 at Southeast Warren, Liberty Center 12

Mount Ayr 42 at Nodaway Valley 14

Pleasantville 21 at Bedford 33

 

CLASS 8:

 

District 1

Boyer Valley, Dunlap 32 at Kingsley-Pierson 14

West Harrison, Mondamin 12 at Exira/Elk Horn-Kimballton 68

Woodbine 26 at Ar-We-Va, Westside 54

 

District 7

Ankeny Christian Academy 33 at East Union, Afton 68

Glidden-Ralston 59 at Guthrie Center 33

Murray 44 at Adair-Casey 59

Northeast Hamilton, Blairsburg 8 at Coon Rapids-Bayard 62

 

District 8

East Mills 26 at Fremont-Mills, Tabor 56

Nishnabotna 14 at Lenox 31

Sidney 47 at CAM, Anita 46

Stanton 78 at Essex 34

 

Audubon Cross Country Meet Results


Girls Team Scoring

  1. Panorama 35
  2. IKM-Manning 66
  3. Griswold 74
  4. Audubon 164
  5. Tri-Center 176

Girls Individual Top 10

  1. Devyn Kemble, Panorama
  2. Destiny Scar, Nodaway Valley
  3. Hannah Appleseth, Panorama
  4. Payton Sporrer, IKM-Manning
  5. Bri Hoffman, Panorama
  6. Shyanne Sporrer, IKM-Manning
  7. Courtney Chapman, Tri-Center
  8. Katlyn Holaday, Adair-Casey/CAM
  9. Anna Young, Griswold
  10. Emily Copic, Exira-EHK

Boys Team Scoring

  1. Nodaway Valley 29
  2. Tri-Center 100
  3. Panorama 105
  4. Riverside 110
  5. IKM-Manning 155

Boys Top 10 Individual

  1. Tim Brink, Riverside
  2. Shane Breheny, Nodaway Valley
  3. Sam Bassett, Panorama
  4. Mitchell Nelsen, Audubon
  5. Heath Downing, Nodaway Valley
  6. Brycen Wallace, Nodaway Valley
  7. Brayten Funke, Nodaway Valley
  8. Landon Foster, Guthrie Center
  9. Nathan Venteicher, Nodaway Valley
  10. Dakota Holaday, Adair-Casey/CAM

Click here for the complete results from Audubon

High School Volleyball Scores for Thursday, September 25


Adair-Casey 25-25-25, West Harrison 9-11-19
Exira/EHK 25,25,22,22,15 Ar-We-Va 23,20,25,25,12

Coon Rapids-Bayard 20,25,25,21,15 Glidden-Ralston 25, 22,14,25,10

Audubon 25, 25, 25 Riverside 20, 17, 10

Tri-Cener 25,21,21,27,15 Missouri Valley 20,25,25,25,9

Underwood 25, 25, 25 IKM/Manning 20, 19, 18

Treynor 25, 25, 25 Logan-Magnolia 13,13,20

Griswold 25, 25, 25 AHSTW 5, 12, 10

Des Moines Christian 26-25-25, Earlham 24-23-18

Lenox 25-25, Nishnabotna 15-22

Essex 25, 25 Lenox 22, 11

Panorama 19-24-25-25-15, Madrid 25-26-18-16-7

Boyer Valley 25-25-25, Paton-Churdan 14-17-20
Des Moines Christian 26-25-25, Earlham 24-23-18

Bondurant-Farrar 25-20-22-28-15, Winterset 21-25-25-26-10


 



 

 

IGHSAU Volleyball Rankings


Class 1A

  1. Holy Trinity Catholic
  2. Janesville
  3. Central Lyon
  4. Tripoli
  5. New London
  6. Marquette Catholic
  7. Grand View Christian
  8. Bishop Garrigan Algona
  9. Gehlen Catholic, LeMars
  10. Turkey Valley
  11. Springville
  12. Griswold
  13. Murray
  14. Keota
  15. Winfield-Mount Union

Class 2A

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

Class 3A

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

Class 4A

  1. Harlan
  2. West Delaware
  3. Marion
  4. LeMars
  5. Charles City
  6. Indianola
  7. Clear Creek-Amana
  8. Bishop Heelan Catholic
  9. CR Xavier
  10. Boone
  11. Creston
  12. Adm
  13. Dubuque Wahlert
  14. Carroll
  15. Lewis Central

Class 5A

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

Exira EHK squares off against West Harrison Friday Night


(Exira) (4-0) Exira-EHK hosts (0-4) West Harrison Friday night. The Spartans have won 29-straight regular season games. Their latest victory was a 73-44 win over Ar-We-Va a week ago.

 

In that game  the Spartans piled up  596-yards of offense, 440 on the ground, and 156 through the air. Senior Quarterback Drew Peppers had an all-star night with 395 rushing yards, seven touchdowns, and heaved three touchdown passes. Two of them went to Jacob Paulsen, the other to Brady Hansen. Oh.., and if that wasn’t enough, Peppers led the team in tackles with 21. Fifteen of those were solo stops.

 

Spartan Head Coach Tom Petersen says the focus this week is to make their number weakness their number one strength.

 

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Petersen says West Harrison has changed a few things since the beginning of the season.

 

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Exira-EHK currently holds the longest regular season winning streak in the state.

 

Kick-off is slated for 7:00 p.m. 

 

September 25, 2014

IKM/Manning Hosts A-H-S-T-W Friday Night


(Manning) IKM/Manning will have to fight off A-H-S-T-W Friday night to remain in a battle of undefeated in Class 1A District One. The Wolves are 4-0 and have outscored their opposition 157-28.

 

Head Coach Tom Casey says this will be their biggest test to-date defensively.

 

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Coach Casey admits this will be the best football team they have faced to date. The Vikings have rushed for 895 yards in four games and passed for another 297. Dustin Engel leads the team in rushing with 384-yards on 73 carries. Nathan Herbst has completed 57-percent of his passes for 297 yards.

 

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Coach Casey says the district race will become clearer after tonight’s games.

 

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Currently IKM/Manning, A-H-S-T-W and Underwood are undefeated in District play. OA-BCIG and Missouri Valley each have one loss.

 

A-H-S-T-W is at IKM/Manning, Missouri Valley is at West Monona, Ridge View at OA-BCIG,( ND),  and Underwood travels to Treynor.

 

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

 

September 25, 2014

A-H-S-T-W and IKM/Manning Square Off for District Lead


(Avoca) After losing their opening game to Audubon 13-6, A-H-S-T-W has won three in a row and last week came back to defeat OA-BCIG 37-36. Steve Jacobsen kicked a 43-yard field goal to win.  

 

This week it doesn’t get any easier for the Vikings who are on the road at IKM/Manning.

 

Viking Head Coach Davis Pattee says they are facing a team that is solid all the way around.

 

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Coach Pattee says IKM/Mannings offense has been rolling.

 

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And Coach Pattee has been impressed with their special teams.

 

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The Vikings have won some very close games as of late with a 12-8 win over Clarinda and of course the one point win over OA-BCIG last week. So what can Coach Pattee say about his team’s resiliency?

 

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The Vikings will face a Wolves Offense that predominately runs the ball. They have rushed for 1069-yards on 162 carries. Sam Wegner has half of those rushing yards. The senior running back has carried the ball 48-times for 509 yards and seven touchdowns. His longest run from scrimmage is 89-yards.

 

Kick-off is set for 7:00 p.m.

 

September 25, 2014

Audubon Squares off against Maple Valley Anthon Oto Friday


(Audubon) With just five district weeks left Audubon Co-Head Coach Sean Birks says they will have to be at their best each and every game if they want to stay in the playoff hunt. 

 

The Wheelers lost to league leading Logan-Magnolia a week ago 42-12. This week they are preparing for winless M-V-A-O.

 

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Coach Birks says they have used their two losses to work on the teams weaknesses. Birks says the Wheelers need to play more physical the rest of the way out.

 

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Despite their record Coach Birks describes M-V-A-O as scary.

 

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Rams quarterback Dylan Feller is 36-76 for 441-yards, six touchdowns and six interceptions. Juan Delgarza leads the team in receiving with 15 catches for 213 yards. Marvin Gaines has carried the ball 96 times for 520 yards.

 

Audubon quarterback Trevor Smith is 33-60 for 467 yards, four touchdowns and four interceptions. Jake Mulford is the Wheelers leading ball carrier with 426-yards for an average of 5.8 yards per carry.

 

Kick-off is slated for 7:00 p.m. 

 

September 25, 2014

Atlantic travels to Harlan Friday Night


(Atlantic) The Atlantic football team suffered a setback last week.

 

After winning two straight, the Trojans lost 17-7 to ADM and now enter week five against Harlan with a 1-1 District record.

 

When it comes to improvement, Atlantic Head

Coach Eric Waldstein says there are only two directions a team can go.

 

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Waldstein says this is a critical game for his team.

 

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So the focus this week is to get back on track.

 

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Coach Waldstein explains what they are working on in preparation for Harlan.

 

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And defensively Coach Waldstein says Harlan has some guys up front with some decent speed.

 

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A lot of fans remember back in the 60’s, 70’s and early to mid-80’s, when the Harlan and Atlantic football game used to be a rivalry game.  However, Harlan has dominated the series the last three decades. In fact, the Trojans have only beaten the Cyclones twice in the last 30-years. That was in 1984 and 2002.

 

Coach Waldstein says he talked to his players this week about renewing that old rivalry.

 

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The Trojan defense has been tough against the run. ADM was held to just 77-rushing yards a week ago and the Trojans held Denison/Schleswig to just 105-yards two weeks prior to that.  However, Atlantic’s pass defense has been suspect at times allowing 258-yards in the air last week against ADM and 176 passing yards against Glenwood two weeks ago.

 

Kick-off is slated for 7:30 we will have the broadcast on 95.7 F.M., or KS957.com, or you can download the app. “Southwest Iowa.”

 

September 25, 2014

Harlan Hosts Atlantic in Key Class 3A District 8 Football Game Friday


(Harlan) This is a critical week for Harlan when they square off against Atlantic Friday night in a Class 3A District 8 game at Harlan.  The Cyclones enter the contest with a 1-3 record which is uncharted territory for them at this point in the season. After defeating Denison/Schleswig 45-14 in week one, the Cyclones have been outscored 100-14, with losses to Carroll, Lewis Central and Dallas-Center Grimes.

 

Head Coach Curt Bladt says getting a win would sure help his team mentally.

 

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Coach Bladt wouldn’t go as far as to say this is a must win for them.

 

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Coach Bladt said the focus this week has been to get people in the right places.

 

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Coach Bladt says they expect to see Atlantic bring a pressure defense and a real good quarterback to the game Friday night.

 

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Coach Bladt says setting the tempo will be another key for the Cyclones.

 

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The Cyclones have rushed for 388-yards on 118 carries and completed 30-passes for 350 yards through the first four weeks of the season.

 

Kick-off is slated for 7:30 p.m. We will have the broadcast on 95.7 F.M.

 

September 25, 2014

Riverside Taking on Another District Power This Week


(Oakland) For a 2nd straight week, winless Riverside will match up with a ranked opponent.

 

Last week the Bulldogs lost to top 10 rated St. Albert 54-34 and this week they face top 5 ranked Logan-Magnolia. Coach Mitch Rice says his team must prepare with an expectation to win.

 

Riverside posted 425 yards of offense last week. That topped their output from the first three weeks combined. Coach Rice credit’s a lot of the success to the three interior offensive linemen, Warren DeGroat, Jonathon Gehrmann, and Zach McLaughlin.

 

 

Including this Friday night, Riverside has just two home games remaining as three of their next four will be on the road.

 

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Griswold Welcomes Unbeaten Opponent in Week 5


(Griswold) The Griswold Tigers are right in the race in a crowded Class A District 1 playoff push. The Tigers stand at 1-1 in the league with a key game coming up against undefeated Westwood.

 

Griswold is coming off perhaps their best showing of the year, a 34-8 win over MVAO. Coach Andy Everett says the team's defense is coming together. He admits early in the year they struggled to get everyone to focus on doing their role and not trying to do too much. Wyatt Robinette had 16 tackles last week, 14 were solos. He’s a 5’6 140 sophomore linebacker who leads the team with 41 tackles on the year. Coach Everett says he does a great job of hustling to the ball. A big benefit is that he doesn’t have to play both ways and is able to put all of his effort into the defensive side.

 

Coach Everett says Westwood had done a great job of establishing themselves over the last few years with most of this year’s seniors having been starters for at least two if not three years. These teams rank 3 and 4 in the state for Class A in rushing yards. Westwood averages 362 and Griswold 348 rushing yards per game. The Tigers ran for 505 yards last week led by Caleb Schaaf with 236 yards and 3 touchdowns.

 

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Click for comments from Westwood coach Casss Burkhart

Adair-Casey hosts Murray for Homecoming


(Adair) 0-4 Murray travels to 2-2 Adair-Casey for an 8-player District 7 matchup this week.

 

Adair-Casey and Murray has turned into a big rivalry match in recent years and adding to the fun this season is the fact that’s Adair-Casey’s homecoming week.

 

The Bombers are 2-2 on the season they’ve won big against Nishnabotna and NE Hamilton, but have struggled against Coon Rapids-Bayard and CAM who each have more size than they do. Coach Bireline says they match up well size-wise with Murray. The Mustangs have turned to a pass heavy attack and Adair-Casey's top priority defensively will be to slow quarterback Matthew Barnes. Barnes leads Murray in both rushing and passing yardage. 

 

 

Adair-Casey will be looking to bounce back from a tough Week 3 loss to Coon Rapids-Bayard. The fell short to the Crusaders 64-20.

 

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Top 10 Battle in 8-Man as Fremont-Mills Welcomes East Mills


(Tabor) In 8-player football Friday night all eyes will be on a top 10 battle between two teams located less than 10 miles apart.  4-0 Fremont-Mills will host 3-1 East Mills. The Knights hold the Sports Spotlight #1 spot while the Wolverines hang in at #10. 

 

Early on in the season it appeared this matchup would be a battle of unbeatens and perhaps determine the district champs. Stanton changed all that however last week when the beat East Mills 66-54. According to Fremont-Mills head man Jeremy Christiansen, that game proves that everybody must come ready to play.

 

Andy Irwin, head coach at East Mills, admits Fremont-Mills is a tough matchup especially considering his squad is somewhat undersized. As East Mills dropped down from Class A back into 8-man football coach Irwin says they didn’t know what all to expect, but one thing they did know was that Fremont-Mills would be a big game.

 

 

This matchup pairs the top two rushing teams in the District. Both Fremont-Mills and East Mills have run for over 1,000 yards on the season.  Adding to the fun is the fact that this is homecoming for Fremont-Mills.

 

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CAM Rides Roller Coaster Season into Week 5 Game with Sidney


(Anita) It’s been a season of extreme peaks and valleys for the CAM Cougars up to this point. As they head into their week 5 contest with  Sidney they’ll try to keep their positive momentum going.

 

2-2 CAM began the season on a high note by topping rival Adair-Casey for the first time in six years. After that though came back to back lopsided losses against Exira-EHK and Stanton that had the CAM football team in a free fall. But the Cougars righted the ship in a big way in Week 4 besting Essex 82-26.

 

The team came up with several big plays both offensively and defensively a week ago, according to coach Joe Wollum. Defensively Tyler McAfee had 2 picks while Marcus Dauerghty, Trace Ticknor, and Jarod Mckee each had one. Offensively big plays came from several players headlined by Trace and Drew Ticknor who each ran for three scores and both passed for one.

 

CAM’s Week 5 opponent Sidney is 3-1 with their only loss being to #1 ranked Fremont-Mills. Coach Wollum says the Cowboys have a lot of quickness. Sidney is coming off an impressive win over Lenox last week. 

 

Outside of the momentum the team has from scoring 82 Essex in Week 4, the team has the benefit of being fully healthy for the first time since Week 1.

 

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Nodaway Valley Celebrates Perfect Score with Team Photo and Chocolate Milk


(Greenfield) Nodaway Valley coach Darrell Burmeister admits as he gets later in his coaching career his teams have been taking time to 'enjoy the moment.' The team had quite a moment to celebrate Tuesday night as they posted a perfect score to win the Class B Boys division at Creston's Cross Country Invitational. 

 

The perfect score of 15 was a result of all of the top five individuals in the race being Nodaway Valley runners. The top five in this order were: Brayten Funke, Heath Downing, Shane Breheny, Brycen Wallace, and Nathan Venteicher. None of which are seniors and Wallace is just a freshman. 

 

When asked about how the team celebrated the dominant feat, coach Burmeister admitted they pretty excited. He says it's been a goal they've had throughout the season. The team ends each meet with chocolate milk and plenty of snacks after the cool down. Coach Burmeister says the fan base has been outstanding. 

 

Click for the interview with Nodaway Valley coach Darrell Burmeister

Tri-Center Cross Country Meet Results


Boys Team Scoring

  1. Tri-Center 53
  2. Glenwood 70
  3. Boyer Valley 82
  4. Riverside 85
  5. AHSTW 124
  6. Logan-Magnolia 139
  7. Underwood 183
  8. Treynor 190
  9. Woodbine 227
  10. SW Iowa 300

Boys Individual Top 10

  1. Tim Brink, Riverside
  2. Zack Ambrose, Boyer Valley
  3. Gage Graeve, Missouri Valley
  4. Chris Jarrett, Tri-Center 
  5. Dion Coffey, Tri-Center
  6. Quentin Grey, Glenwood
  7. Drew Pauley, Missouri Valley
  8. Justin Thomas, Logan-Magnolia
  9. Otis Matejka, Riverside
  10. Connor Garrett, Boyer Valley

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Girls Team Scoring

  1. Underwood 42
  2. Missouri Valley 42 (6th runner tie-break)
  3. Treynor 98
  4. AHSTW 113
  5. Tri-Center 126
  6. Woodbine 143
  7. Logan-Magnolia 143

Girls Individual Top 10

  1. Alexis Cook, Missouri Valley
  2. Megan Maaske, Woodbine
  3. Erin Shapcott, Underwood
  4. Emily Copic, Exira-EHK
  5. Courtney Chapman, Tri-Center
  6. Kiley Cook, Underwood
  7. Hannah Dugdale, Missouri Valley
  8. Gabby Myers, Underwood
  9. Caitlyn Casey, Logan-Magnolia
  10. Heidi Hall, AHSTW

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Carroll Clicking on All Cylinders


(Carroll) Only five teams remain undefeated statewide in Class 3A football this year and the only one of them in all of Western Iowa is Carroll. The 4th ranked Tigers meet 2-2 Perry Friday night.

 

Carroll coach Dennis McCartan says preparing for the Bluejays starts with quarterback Will Whiton. The senior has carried the ball for over 600 yards this season, ranking in the top 10 in the state. Carroll counters with a solid QB as well, senior Addison Ross has thrown for 800 yards and rushed for over 100 more. He's combined for 13 TD's in just four games. Carroll's defense has been very stout as well. Outside of allowing 35 points against Webster City, the Tiger 'D' is averaging just 4.6 points per game on the year. Ben Wellendorf leads the team with 29.5 tackles including 4 sacks. 

 

After opposing Perry this week, Carroll meets winless Boone the following week before clashing with perennial power Bishop Heelan in Week 7. Coach McCartan says his team is not looking ahead to the major non-district battle. 

 

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Creston Cross Country Meet Results


 

Girls

 

Class A Team Scoring

  1. Winterset 37
  2. Creston 77
  3. Atlantic 97
  4. Shenandoah-Essex 112
  5. Glenwood 112
  6. Red Oak 115
  7. Thomas Jefferson 196
  8. Kuemper Catholic 219
  9. Lincoln 229
  10. Clarinda 271
  11. Clarke 274

Class A Individual 

  1. Tiffany Williams, Atlantic
  2. Maria Mostek, Creston
  3. Layken Gurwell, Winterset
  4. Kate Walker, Red Oak
  5. Dominique Fleming, Winterset
  6. Riley Kaufman, Winterset
  7. Sydney Kaufman, Winterset
  8. Erica Munsinger, Shenandoah-Essex
  9. Cassie Warner, Thomas Jefferson
  10. Audrey Klein, Lincoln

Class B Team Scoring

  1. Earlham 38
  2. East Union 55
  3. Adair-Casey 56
  4. SW Valley 84
  5. Bedford 114
  6. Mount Ayr 121

Class B Individual

  1. Emma Harper, East Union
  2. Kristen Weber, Earlham
  3. Destiny Scar, Nodaway Valley
  4. Katlyn Holaday, Adair-Casey/CAM
  5. Charissa Mogler, Bedford
  6. Alyssa Proffitt, East Union
  7. Morgan Allen, Earlham
  8. Kentra Top, SW Valley
  9. Kassidy Chandler, Adair-Casey/CAM
  10. Jenna Faust, Earlham

Boys

 

Class A Team Scoring

  1. Winterset 66
  2. Shenandoah 88
  3. Kuemper Catholic 96
  4. Thomas Jefferson 99
  5. Creston 117
  6. Red Oak 121
  7. Atlantic 149
  8. Lincoln 179
  9. Clarinda 238
  10. Clarke 278

Class A Individual

  1. Cooper McDermott, Creston
  2. Eldon Warner, Thomas Jefferson
  3. Tanner Wood, Lincoln
  4. Jay Wolfe, Creston
  5. Joe Blake, Shenandoah
  6. Gabe Esser, Winterset
  7. Chandler Hagen, Kuemper Catholic
  8. Austin Feller, Shenandoah
  9. Curtis Harryman, Winterset
  10. Josh Sunberg, Red Oak

Class B Team Scoring

  1. Nodaway Valley 15 (Lowest Score Possible)
  2. Earlham 67
  3. Clarinda Academy 101
  4. Adair-Casey/CAM 113
  5. SW Valley 115
  6. Orient-Macksburg 141
  7. Martensdale-St. Marys 192
  8. East Union 222

Class B Individuals

  1. Brayten Funke, Nodaway Valley
  2. Heath Downing, Nodaway Valley
  3. Shane Breheny, Nodaway Valley
  4. Brycen Wallace, Nodaway Valley
  5. Nathan Venteicher, Nodaway Valley
  6. Alan Schmidt, Earlham
  7. Cale Billheimer, Adair-Casey/CAM
  8. Dakota Holaday, Adair-Casey/CAM
  9. Jacob Bolinger, Lenox
  10. Lance McCormick, Clarinda Adademy

Click here for the complete results from Creston

High School Volleyball Scores for Tuesday, September 23.


 
 
St. Albert, Council Bluffs 25-25-25, Atlantic 15-17-17
Creston 22-16-29-25-20, Kuemper Catholic, Carroll 25-25-27-19-18
Glenwood 28-23-25-25, Denison-Schleswig 26-25-15-21
Shenandoah 25-25-25, Clarinda 20-13-23
Harlan 22-25-25-25, Lewis Central 25-18-11-15
 
IKM-Manning 20-25-25-15-15, Tri-Center, Neola 25-21-21-25-13
Audubon 25-25-25, A-H-S-T-W 15-11-1
Missouri Valley 25-25-25, Riverside, Oakland 13-15-19
Treynor 21-25-25-25, Griswold 25-21-22-18
Underwood 25-25-25, Logan-Magnolia 19-12-18
 
CAM, Anita 25-26-18-24, Paton-Churdan 22-24-25-22
Coon Rapids-Bayard 25-25-25, Exira-EHK 15-21-22
 
Bedford 25-25-25, East Union 12-19-21
Melcher-Dallas 25-25, Orient-Macksburg 9-18
Southwest Valley 23-25-25-25, Nodaway Valley 25-18-19-20
Mount Ayr 25-23-25-18-15, Lenox 16-25-18-25-11
 
East Mills 25-22-25-25, Sidney 21-25-22-20
Essex 25-25-25, South Page 11-13-15
 
AR-WE-VA  25-25-25, Whiting 21-17-14
AR-WE-VA  25-25-25, Woodbine 12-17-18
Boyer Valley 25-25-25, West Harrison 16-8-11
Lawton-Bronson 25-25-25, West Monona 12-10-10
 
Carroll 25-25-25, Carlisle 12-14-13
 
Council Bluffs, Abraham Lincoln 25-25-25, Council Bluffs, Thomas Jefferson 11-9-7
Council Bluffs, Abraham Lincoln 25-28-22-25, Sergeant Bluff-Luton 19-26-25-18
Sergeant Bluff-Luton 25-25-25, Council Bluffs, Thomas Jefferson 14-22-21
 
Earlham 25-25-24-25, Ogden 18-18-26-22
 
Lamoni 25-25, Diagonal 14-8
 
Moulton-Udell 25-16-15, Diagonal 20-25-11

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