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Class 1-A State Wrestling – Consolation Finals

Sports

February 17th, 2018 by Jim Field

SEMI-FINALS

120

  • Blake Thomsen (Underwood) beat Cael Frost (Don Bosco) FALL 3:59

126

  • Wyatt Crocker (Logan-Magnolia) lost to Jacob McBride (Newman Catholic) FALL 2:39

145

  • Garret Thompson (Logan-Magnolia) beat Kory Van Oort (West Sioux) 9-0

152

  • Skeeter Bostwick (Missouri Valley) beat Caleb Wilson (Denver) 4-3

170

  • Nathan Haynes (Missouri Valley) beat Chase McCleish (Newman Catholic) FALL 1:19

182

  • Trevor Carey (Panorama) beat Manning Kuboushek (South Winneshiek) 9-4

FINALS

120

  • 3rd Place – Blake Thomsen (Underwood) beat Casey Baker (I-35) FALL 5:31

126

  • 5th Place – Wyatt Crocker (Logan-Magnolia) beat Nolan Noonan (Cascade) FALL :39
  • 7th Place – Teagan Lundquist (Southwest Valley) beat Danny Nordquist (Panorama) 9-1

132

  • 7th Place – Logan James (Underwood) beat Wyatt Appleseth (Panorama) 9-4

145

  • 3rd Place – Garret Thompson (Logan-Magnolia) lost to Colin Schrader (Wapsie Valley) 8-5

152

  • 3rd Place – Skeeter Bostwick (Missouri Valley) lost to Kaden Kilburg (Lisbon) 8-0

170

  • 3rd Place – Nathan Haynes (Missouri Valley) beat  Cael Krueger (Denver) 6-3
  • 7th Place – Gunnar Grunsted (Panorama) lost to Brandon Trees (North Butler) 3-2

182

  • 3rd Place – Trevor Carey (Panorama) lost to Tucker Kroeze (Blemond-Klemme) 20-12
  • 7th Place – Derek Venteicher (Bedford/Lenox) beat Carter Murray (G-T/R-A) 12-8

195

  • 7th Place – Dalton Holmes (Panorama) lost to Brock Meyer (Sumner-Fredericksburg) 1-0

285

  • 7th Place – Arron Olson (Missouri Valley) lost to Jackson Lukes (South Winneshiek) FALL 4:08

Class 3-A State Wrestling – Consolations Finals

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February 17th, 2018 by Jim Field

145

  • Trevor Anderson (Glenwood) beat Mason Morris (Bettendorf) 5-3
  • Gabriel Kjelgaard (Lewis Central) lost to Brock Parker (Waukee) 5-3

152

  • Lanny Herzog (CB Abraham Lincoln) lost to Grant Stotts (WDM Valley) FALL 1:10

182

  • Anthony Sherry (Glenwood) beat Derek Horak (CR Prairie) 12-2

220

  • Isaac Bales (Glenwood) beat Drake Leek (Norwalk) 9-6

FINALS

145

  • 3rd Place – Trevor Anderson (Glenwood) beat Brock Parker (Waukee) 5-3
  • 5th Place – Gabriel Kjelgaard (Lewis Central) lost to Mason Morris (Bettendorf) 2-1

152

  • 5th Place – Lanny Herzog (CB Abraham Lincoln) lost Jacob Herrmann (Waverly-Shell Rock) FALL 4:00

182

  • 3rd Place – Anthony Sherry (Glenwood) beat Zach Needham (Dallas Center-Grimes) 12-3

220

  • 3rd Place – Isaac Bales (Glenwood) lost to Zach Petersen (North Scott) FALL :35

Class 2-A State Wrestling – Consolation Finals

Sports

February 17th, 2018 by Jim Field

SEMI-FINALS

106

  • Benjamin Schmitz (Kuemper Catholic) beat Keaton Zeimet (Central DeWitt) FALL 3:52

126

  • Kole Hansen (Atlantic/CAM) lost to Phillip Ihde (Decorah) FALL 5:01

182

  • Thomas Bentley (Red Oak) beat Hunter Maitland (AP-GC) 1-0

195

  • Nick Foss (Harlan) beat Dalton Chipp (Hampton-Dumont) 15-0 (Tech Fall 4:07)

FINALS

106

  • 3rd Place – Benjamin Schmitz (Kuemper Catholic) beat Colten Crawford (Union) 2-1

126

  • 5th Place -Kole Hansen (Atlantic/CAM) lost to Jalen Schropp (Williamsburg) 3-0

132

  • 7th Place – Chase McLaren (Atlantic/CAM) beat Trey Lawrence (SE Valley) 15-1

145

  • 7th Place – Mitchell Swank (Creston/O-M) beat Colton Vest (South Tama County) FALL 1:23

152

  • 7th Place – Justin McCunn (Red Oak) lost to Dylan Koresh (Charles City) 5-0

182

  • 3rd Place – Thomas Bentley (Red Oak) beat Ben Lee (Ballard) 10-6

195

  • 3rd Place – Nick Foss (Harlan) beat Nick Smith (Central DeWitt) Injury Default 4:52

285

  • 7th Place – Blake Sevier (Creston/O-M) beat Cooper Lawson (Webster City) Forfeit

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February 17th, 2018 by Ric Hanson

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Girls Basketball Regional Schedule Saturday 02/17/2018

Sports

February 17th, 2018 by Chris Parks

Postseason play continues for Class 3A, 4A, and 5A schools tonight. All games are set for 7:00pm tip times.

Class 3A Regional Finals

Region 8 @ Harlan

Cherokee vs. Red Oak

Class 4A Regional Semifinals

Region 1

Storm Lake @ Denison-Schleswig
Sergeant Bluff-Luton @ LeMars

Region 8

ADM @ Lewis Central
Glenwood @ Bishop Heelan

Class 5A Regional Semifinals

Region 4

CB Thomas Jefferson @ Southeast Polk
Des Moines Roosevelt @ Indianola

Girls Regional Basketball Scoreboard 02/16/2018

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February 16th, 2018 by Chris Parks

Class 1A Region 7

Boyer Valley 62, Fremont-Mills 42
Exira-EHK 63, CAM 49

Class 1A Region 8

Newell-Fonda 62, Glidden-Ralston 27
West Monona 58, Westwood 50

Class 2A Region 6

Panorama 56, Martensdale-St Marys 37
Des Moines Christian 48, Earlham 28

Class 2A Region 7

Mount Ayr 57, Southwest Valley 48
Treynor 62, St. Albert 25

Class 2A Region 8

IKM-Manning 61, Logan-Magnolia 59 2OT
West Sioux 61, Unity Christian 48

Big first half from Nelson, late free throws propel Exira-EHK to Regional Final

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February 16th, 2018 by Chris Parks

The Exira-EHK Spartans girls basketball team will have a chance to get back to the State Tournament on Monday night after knocking off the CAM Cougars 63-49 on Friday in Elk Horn. Kealey Nelson was the early catalyst for the Spartans dropping in 15 points in the first half and securing a number of big rebounds. The Spartans had a 12-7 edge by the end of the first quarter and pushed it out to a 32-24 advantage by halftime. The Spartans inched away further in the second half and led 48-35 after three quarters. The Spartans then secured the game by making 10-12 free throws in the fourth quarter.

Exira-EHK Head Coach Tom Petersen didn’t think his team played their best basketball. Sophia Peppers had a slow night by her standards with 11 points and Coach Petersen said they know teams are going to focus on trying to stop her and others have to step up.

Kealey Nelson finished with 17 points to lead the Spartans and Kamryn Waymire had 11 including three triples. The Spartans improved to 22-1 with the win and Coach Petersen said he was proud that his team found a way to move on.

CAM had three players in double figures led by Madison Gettler with 12 points. Paige McAfee and Sami Jahde each had 11. The Cougars hung tough through much of the game but couldn’t overcome a large number of turnovers and some sporadic shooting. The Cougars season comes to an end with a record of 18-5.

The Spartans improved to 22-1 and will now play a rubber-match against Boyer Valley in the Regional Final on Monday night. That game will be played at AHSTW High School in Avoca with a 7:00pm tip-off. Jim Field will have that game starting with an audio only broadcast on KJANTV and we’ll join the game on the air as well after the conclusion of Atlantic vs. Denison in boys playoff hoops.

Class 1-A State Wrestling – Semi-Finals & 3rd Round Consolation

Sports

February 16th, 2018 by Jim Field

SEMI-FINALS

113

  • Briar Reisz (Logan-Magnolia) beat Heath Moyer (North Linn) 8-5

126

  • Alex Thomsen (Underwood) beat Easton Larson (Don Bosco) 25-10 (Tech Fall 3:36)

145

  • Garret Thompson (Logan-Magnolia) lost to Cooper Siebrecht (Lisbon) 7-1

152

  • Skeeter Bostwick (Missouri Valley) lost to Trey Brisker (Wilton) 11-1

170

  • Gabe Pauley (AHSTW) beat Chase McCleish (Newman Catholic) 10-5

182

  • Trevor Carey (Panorama) lost to Garet Sims (Iowa Valley) FALL 1:24

220

  • Tom Rief (Missouri Valley) beat Nicholas Gaes (Alta/Aurelia) 8-3

3rd ROUND CONSOLATION

120

  • Blake Thomsen (Underwood) beat Uvaldo Camarillo (Postville) FALL 5:40

126

  • Wyatt Crocker (Logan-Magnolia) beat Danny Nordquist (Panorama) 14-6
  • Teagan Lundquist (Southwest Valley) lost to Nolan Noonan (Cascade) 6-5

132

  • Wyatt Appleseth (Panorama) lost to Koby Hanson (NW Webster) 10-6
  • Logan James (Underwood) lost to Gabriel Lewis (Denver) 3-1

170

  • Nathan Haynes (Missouri Valley) beat Gunnar Grunsted (Panorama) 3-2

182

  • Derek Venteicher (Bedford/Lenox) lost to Manning Kuboushek (South Winneshiek) 3-2

195

  • Dalton Holmes (Panorama) lost to Wes Geisler (Hudson) 4-3

285

  • Arron Olson (Missouri Valley) lost to Brock Farley (Denver) 2-1

Bud Norris, Cardinals finalize $3 million, 1-year contract

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February 16th, 2018 by Ric Hanson

JUPITER, Fla. (AP) — Pitcher Bud Norris and the St. Louis Cardinals finalized a $3 million, one-year contract on Wednesday as the team started spring training workouts.

The 32-year-old right-hander led the Los Angeles Angels with 19 saves in 23 chances last season. He went 2-6 with a 4.23 ERA in three starts and 57 relief appearances, striking out 74 in 62 innings.

He is 68-84 with a 4.49 ERA over nine major league seasons, making 188 starts and 103 relief appearances with Houston (2009-13), Baltimore (2013-15), San Diego (2015), Atlanta (2016), the Los Angeles Dodgers (2016) and the Angels.

He can earn additional performance bonuses: $250,000 each for five, 10, 15 and 20 starts, and $200,000 apiece for 40, 50 and 60 relief appearances. To clear a roster spot, right-hander Rowan Wick was designated for assignment.

Chiefs sign free-agent cornerback David Amerson for depth

Sports

February 16th, 2018 by Ric Hanson

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — The Chiefs signed free-agent cornerback David Amerson on Friday to provide secondary depth.

The veteran cornerback has made 56 starts and appeared in 68 games over five seasons with the Washington Redskins and the Chiefs’ AFC West rival, the Oakland Raiders. He’s made 249 tackles, picked off eight passes and returned two four touchdowns.

The Chiefs spent much of last year searching for a cornerback to start opposite Marcus Peters, and ultimately signed Darrelle Revis late in the season. Revis was released this past week.

The Chiefs are also due to get Kendall Fuller from the Redskins once their trade of Alex Smith to Washington becomes official next month. Kansas City also gets a draft pick in the deal.