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Hudgins’ buzzer-beater lifts NW Missouri State over Missouri Southern and clinches MIAA Title

Sports

February 20th, 2020 by Chris Parks

MARYVILLE, Missouri – Sophomore point guard Trevor Hudgins hit a lean-in, off-balance jumper at the buzzer to lift No. 1-ranked Northwest Missouri State to a 77-76 victory over No. 17-ranked Missouri Southern at Bearcat Arena.

The triumph clinched Northwest’s seventh consecutive MIAA regular season title and was the 31st straight win in Bearcat Arena.

Missouri Southern (19-6 overall, 12-4 MIAA) and Northwest (25-1 overall, 15-1 MIAA) traded blows like a heavyweight title fight in Bearcat Arena. The contest featured 19 lead changes and seven ties, which 16 of the lead changes occurring in the final 20 minutes.

Bearcat junior Ryan Hawkins scored his 19th point of the game on a basket with 4:07 to play lifting Northwest to a 72-71 advantage. Kinzer Lambert answered that basket with a putback with 3:49 left giving the Lions a one-point cushion at 73-72.

Southern hit a dagger of a three-pointer with 1:18 left that gave the Lions a four-point lead at 76-72. Following a Missouri Southern timeout, Hudgins came down and knocked in his third three-pointer of the game pulling the Bearcats to within one at 76-75 with 51.4 ticks left. Lambert missed a three-pointer with 28 seconds left and Waters grabbed the missing giving Northwest a chance to retake the lead. Hawkins got the ball into the point and took a shot up that rattled in the room, but Northwest’s Diego Bernard touched it above the cylinder forcing an offensive goaltending call against the Bearcats with 9.7 seconds left.

After Northwest committed enough fouls to put Missouri Southern into the bonus, the Bearcats put Braelon Walker to the line for a 1-and-1 with 6.8 seconds left. Walker missed the front end and Hawkins corralled the miss. Hawkins found Hudgins who sped down the floor to the left wing.

Hudgins was met by a pair of Lions defenders, but split them with a jump stop and lifted an off-balance, lean-in jumper that found nothing but the bottom of the net as the clocked hit 0:00.0. Hudgins was mobbed by Bernard and his teammates as the Bearcat student section flooded onto the floor to celebrate the seventh consecutive MIAA regular season title for Northwest. Hudgins game-winner capped a 19-point, six-assist performance.

Northwest will be back in action again Saturday at home against Pittsburg State. The Bearcats and Gorillas will tip at approximately 3:30 p.m.

LaRavia, Key lead Indiana State to 67-64 upset of UNI

Sports

February 20th, 2020 by Chris Parks

TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (AP) — Jake LaRavia had 18 points and seven rebounds and Tyreke Key posted 18 points and six rebounds as Indiana State held off Northern Iowa 67-64. Northern Iowa dropped into a first-place tie with Loyola Chicago in the Missouri Valley Conference with three games remaining. AJ Green scored 21 points for the Panthers.

Garza leads No. 20 Iowa past No. 25 Ohio State 85-76

Sports

February 20th, 2020 by Chris Parks

IOWA CITY, Iowa (AP) — Luka Garza scored 24 points, and No. 20 Iowa got strong contributions from its bench in a 85-76 win over No. 25 Ohio State. It was Garza’s 12th consecutive game of 20 points or more in Big Ten play, the longest streak for an Iowa player in 49 seasons and the most by any conference player in the last 20 years. Bakari Evelyn came off the bench to score 15 points for the Hawkeyes. Joe Wieskamp had 13 points, and Ryan Kriener added 12.

McKee’s free throws help CAM hold off Earlham

Sports

February 20th, 2020 by Chris Parks

Connor McKee went 11-12 at the free throw line, including 7 of 7 in the fourth quarter, to help CAM seal a 71-66 win over Earlham on Thursday night. The Cougars led the majority of the game but the Cardinals fought back hard in the final minutes. Thanks to a couple of steals a big three from TJ Harkins the Cardinals got within 2 at 67-65 with under a minute to play. Connor McKee was fouled and calmy stepped up and knocked down two free throws to make it a two possession game again. After a free throw make from the Cardinals, McKee would add two more freebies to provide the final margin. After the game McKee said he was glad he could come up big for the team and he adjusted after his first and only miss on the night.

CAM seemed to have a nice burst at the end of each period. The Cougars went on a 8-2 run to end the first quarter and lead 16-10. After Earlham took a lead 26-24 late in the 2nd quarter the Cougars answered with another 8-2 run to lead 32-28 at half. Jacob Holste hit two big threes late in the third quarter to take the Cougars from a 3 point lead to 9 by the quarter break 52-43. CAM Head Coach Nick Hodges said that energy was a big key.

Connor McKee finished with 20 points on the night and Jacob Holste added 17. The Cougars improved to 18-4 on the season and advance to the Class 1A District 14 Semifinals against the Stanton Vikings at home next Tuesday. CAM won a regular season meeting with the Vikings 51-49 on January 30th in Stanton.

Jackson Vandever led the Cardinals with 23 points and TJ Harkins finished with 17. The Cardinals end their season with a record of 9-13.

Listen to the full postgame interview with Coach Hodges below.

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Stanton takes control in 2nd half to defeat Exira-EHK

Sports

February 20th, 2020 by Chris Parks

The Stanton Vikings hit a three to begin the second half and took the lead from Exira-EHK. A lead they wouldn’t let go of the rest of the way in a 52-43 win in a Class 1A District 14 Quarterfinal contest on Thursday night in Anita. The Vikings trailed the entire first half but got within 2 at halftime 24-22. After grabbing the lead to start the second half the Vikings increased the lead to as much as 12 down the stretch.

The Vikings used some pressure defense and worked hard to gum up the lane to slow down Creighton Nelson inside for the Spartans. Nelson had 12 in the first half, many of those on easy buckets behind the defense. He finished with 19 in the game but the Vikings made it much tougher to get looks in the second half.

Stanton had three players in double figures. Tyler Peterson led the way with an impressive night of 14 points, 8 rebounds, 6 assists, 4 blocks, and 5 steals. Keygan Day and Colby Royal each added 11 points for the Vikings. Stanton improved to 19-3 on the season and will move on to the District Semifinals next Tuesday night against CAM back in Anita.

Tyler Petersen added 17 points for the Spartans. Exira-EHK ends their season with a record of 11-11.

Listen to the full postgame interview with Exira-EHK Head Coach Doug Newton below.

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Boys Playoff Basketball Scoreboard Thursday 02/20/2020

Sports

February 20th, 2020 by Chris Parks

CLASS 1A District Quarterfinals

District 13

Bedford 56, Diagonal 52
Mount Ayr 71, Clarinda Academy 19
Sidney 62, Fremont-Mills 38
East Mills 71, Lenox 51

District 14

Martensdale St. Mary’s 80, Southwest Valley 46
Coon Rapids-Bayard 41, Audubon 39
Stanton 52, Exira-EHK 43 –ON KJANTV
CAM 71, Earlham 66- ON KJAN

District 15

Boyer Valley 61, Ar-We-Va 26
IKM-Manning 61, West Harrison 34
Woodbine 52, Logan-Magnolia 49 (OT)
St. Albert 70, Riverside 54

District 2

St. Edmond 61, Graettinger-Terril/Ruthven-Ayrshire 31
Bishop Garrigan 83, St. Mary’s, Storm Lake 37
Harris-Lake Park 65, Glidden-Ralston 46
Newell-Fonda 76, Paton-Churdan 23

CLASS 2A District Semifinals

District 15

Kuemper Catholic 73, AHSTW 69
Panorama 69, AC/GC 46

District 16

Tri-Center 63, Clarinda 52
Treynor 92, Shenandoah 42

Class 1-A State Wrestling First Round & Consolation Results

Sports

February 20th, 2020 by Jim Field

State Wrestling Results Brought to you on KJAN by:

FNB – Nishna Valley Credit Union – Danish Mutual Insurance – Rush CPA – Farm Service Coop – 1st Whitney Bank & Trust – Body Basic Chiropractic – Deter Motors – Insurance Services – State Farm, Scott Jensen – Brocker, Karns & Karns – Midwest Seed Genetics, Steve Wilcox – Lyman Ag Supply – Atlantic Motor Supply – Marne Elk Horn Telephone – ISU East Pott Extension – Armour Insurance – 1103 Clothing Company – Ultimate Lawn & Power – Outfitters Plus Retail Store – Fareway – Lyman Auto – Atlantic Bottling – Massena Telephone – Cumberland Telephone – Kite Family Chiropractic – Hometown Insurance – Rolling Hills Bank & Trust – McCunn Specialty Firearms

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First Round:

  • 106:  Dawson Schmit (Wapsie Valley) beat John Schroder (Riverside) FALL 2:31
  • 106:  Gable Porter (Underwood) beat Donavon Hanson (West Bend-Mallard) 4-2
  • 113:  Tyler Stein (Clarion-Goldfield-Dows) beat Sean Thompson (Logan-Magnolia) 7-5
  • 113:  Jace Rose (Riverside) beat Ethan Argo (Belle Plain) FALL :47
  • 113:  Marcel Lopez (New London) beat Elliot Cooney (Nodaway Valley) 9-2
  • 120:  Stevie Barnes (Underwood) beat Brackett Locke (Woodbury Central) FALL 1:12
  • 120:  Hagen Heistand (Logan-Magnolia) beat Josh Glendening (New London) FALL 3:50
  • 120:  Damon Huston (Midland) beat Hayden Fischer (AHSTW) 15-1
  • 126:  Seth Danker (AC/GC) beat Trey Nelson (Nashua-Planfield) 10-4
  • 126:  Beau Klingensmith (Woodbury Central) beat Justin Garcia (West Central Valley) FALL 1:46
  • 126:  Wyatt Reisz (Logan-Magnolia)  beat Jacob Moore (Denver) 10-6
  • 132:  Cullen Koedam (West Sioux) beat Brady Thompson (Logan-Magnolia) FALL 5:19
  • 132:  Cole Cassady (Martensdale-St. Marys) beat Zane Ziegler (Underwood) 14-9
  • 132:  Nate Thomsen (East Sac County) beat Gunnar Larsen (AC/GC) FALL 1:59
  • 138:  Cael Happel (Lisbon) beat Nolan Moore (Riverside) Tech Fall 4:45 (26-11)
  • 138:  Logan James (Underwood) beat Hunter Hanner (Westwood) FALL 3:22
  • 145:  Connor Golston (Moravia) beat Cale Rowley (AC/GC) FALL :50
  • 145:  Eric McIlnay (Missouri Valley) beat Kayne Marshall (Iowa Valley) 2-1
  • 145:  Nick Hamilton (Underwood) beat Owen Kime (Sumner-Fredericksburg) FALL 1:32
  • 152:  Blake Thomsen (Underwood) beat Jack Clarahan (Signourney-Keota) 18-4
  • 152:  Briar Reisz (Logan-Magnolia) beat Jaedan Rasmussen (AHSTW) 6-4
  • 160:  Trystin Ross (Colfax-Mingo) beat Denver Pauley (AHSTW) FALL :23
  • 160:  Cayden Miller (Midland) beat Austin Wilson (Nodaway Valley) 13-7
  • 170:  Bryson Freeburg (Tri-Center) beat Currey Jacobs (New London) FALL 1:31
  • 170:  Drew Venteicher (Bedford-Lenox) Cael Hester (English Valleys) Tech Fall 3:33 (15-0)
  • 170:  Lane Swenson (South Hamilton) beat Cael McLaren (St. Albert) 15-11
  • 182:  Evan Wulfekuhle (Beckman Catholic) beat Aaron McAlister (Coon Rapids-Bayard) FALL :54
  • 182:  Nick Haynes (Missouri Valley) beat Luke Giesemann (Bellevue) FALL 3:12
  • 182:  Treyton Cacek (GT-RA) beat Kaiden Hendricks (Riverside) FALL 1:44
  • 195:  Zach Howe (MFL-MarMac) beat Kale Pevestorf (Coon Rapids-Bayard) FALL :57
  • 195:  Gavyn Fischer (AHSTW) beat Brock Thompson (I-35) FALL 1:26
  • 220:  Gideon Rollene (Northwood-Kensett) beat Luke Mosinski (Audubon) 7-4
  • 285:  Barrett Pitt (Logan-Magnolia) beat Gabe Hayes (Louisa-Muscatine) 5-1
  • 285:  Devin Whipple (Bedford-Lenox) beat Jose Rodriguez (West Sioux) 8-3
  • 285:  Dane Johnson (Pocahontas Area) beat Brady Canada (AHSTW) FALL 3:34
  • 285:  Chandler Redenius (West Hancock) beat Connor Murray (Missouri Valley) FALL 1:49

Consolation:

  • 106:  Noah Strohmeyer (Colfax-Mingo) beat John Schroder (Riverside) FALL 1:35
  • 113:  Sean Thompson (Logan-Magnolia) beat Noah Grage (Durant) FALL 1:26
  • 113:  Ryan Steinlage (I-35) beat Elliot Cooney (Nodaway Valley) FALL 3:20
  • 120:  Josh Glendening (New London) beat Hayden Fischer (AHSTW) 8-0
  • 126:  Justin Garcia (West Central Valley) beat Cael Cassady (Martensdale-St. Marys) FALL 2:48
  • 132:  Alex Jones (Edgewood-Colesburg) beat Brady Thompson (Logan-Magnolia) FALL 3:37
  • 132:  Zane Ziegler (Underwood) beat Bailey Frescoln (Pekin). 11-6
  • 132:  Gunnar Larsen (AC/GC) beat Mitchell Moore (Wapello) 8-4
  • 138:  Nolan Moore (Riverside) beat Dalton Thorson (Lake Mills) 4-0
  • 145:  Gabe McGeough (MFL-MarMac) beat Cale Rowley (AC/GC) FALL 3:36
  • 152:  Jaden Williams (Waco-Wayland) beat Jaedan Rasmussen (AHSTW) 8-4
  • 160:  Aidan Udell (IC Regina) beat Denver Pauley (AHSTW) 9-1
  • 160:  Austin Wilson (Nodaway Valley) beat Dahson DeJong (Sibley-Ocheyedan) 7-4
  • 170:  Connor Fehr (West Bend-Mallard) beat Cael McLaren (St. Albert) 11-10
  • 182:  Aaron McAlister (Coon Rapids-Bayard) beat Sean Miklus (Martensdale-St. Marys). FALL :58
  • 182:  Chase Wickwire (Belle Plaine) beat Kaiden Hendricks (Riverside) 6-5
  • 195:  Trevor Thompson (South Hamilton) beat Kale Pevestorf (Coon Rapids-Bayard) FALL 1:25
  • 220:  Luke Mosinski (Audubon) beat Jaxon Allen (New London) FALL 1:47
  • 285:  Connor Murray (Missouri Valley) beat Brady Canada (AHSTW) 3-1

Schools oppose Iowa law on pay for college athletes

News, Sports

February 20th, 2020 by Ric Hanson

(Radio Iowa) — College athletes could earn money from endorsement deals under a bill that’s now eligible for debate in the Iowa House. Representative Ras Smith of Waterloo, says some players struggle as their universities reap the benefits from big-time college sports like football. “While people may be able to make money off of you when you’re wearing that jersey on that field that Saturday, you can’t afford shoes for your siblings or for yourself or groceries for yourself, is an issue that we have,” Smith says.

The bill is getting bipartisan support. Keith Saunders is a lobbyist for board that oversees the three state universities — including Hawkeye, Cyclone and Panther sports. Saunders is urging the legislature to wait for the NCAA to create nationwide guidelines.  “New rules are coming,” Saunders says. “Congress is also working on it and I realize not everyone has the greatest of faith in congress or the NCAA, but that’s where the solution’s going to have to come from.”

Lobbyists for private colleges and universities as well as the state’s community colleges are urging Iowa lawmakers to wait for national standards. The bill, as written, says students in Iowa could earn money based on their likeness as a college athlete as long as it doesn’t conflict with another endorsement in their athletic department. The bill cleared a Senate committee this week. It’s been approved by a SUB-committee in the Iowa House, too.

(By Iowa Public Radio’s Grant Gerlock)

State Wrestling Team Scores After Day One

Sports

February 20th, 2020 by Jim Field

Class 3-A:

Waverly-Shell Rock 33.0
Southeast Polk 32.0
Fort Dodge 27.0
Linn-Mar – Marion 23.5
Johnston 22.0
Bettendorf 21.0
North Scott – Eldridge 19.5
Norwalk 19.0
IC West 17.5
CR Kennedy 17.0
Indianola 16.5
Ankeny 16.0
Waukee 14.5
Dallas Center-Grimes 14.0
Ankeny Centennial 12.0
Dowling Catholic – Wdm 11.0
Epworth – Western Dubuque 11.0
IC High 11.0
Prairie – Cedar Rapids 11.0
Valley – WDM 11.0
Cedar Falls 10.0
Mason City 8.5
Dubuque – Hempstead 8.0
Notre Dame/W.B./Danville 7.0
Lewis Central 6.0
Newton 6.0
Boone 5.0
Clear Creek-Amana 5.0
Des Moines – Lincoln 5.0
Burlington 4.0
Clinton 4.0
Davenport – West 4.0
LeMars 4.0
Marshalltown 4.0
Waterloo – West 4.0
Pleasant Valley 3.5
CR Washington 3.0
Fort Madison 3.0
Muscatine 3.0
Pella 3.0
Storm Lake 3.0
Ames 2.0
CR Jefferson 2.0
Des Moines – East 2.0
Des Moines – North-Hoover 2.0
Xavier – Cedar Rapids 2.0
Carroll 1.0
Davenport – Central 1.0
Dubuque – Senior 1.0
Oskaloosa 1.0
Sioux City – North 1.0
Spencer 1.0
Council Bluffs – Abraham Lincoln 0.0
Davenport – North 0.0
Marion 0.0
Sioux City – East 0.0
Urbandale 0.0

Class 2-A:

West Delaware 24.0
Osage 16.0
Crestwood – Cresco 14.0
Sergeant Bluff-Luton 14.0
West Liberty 14.0
Red Oak 13.0
Union – LaPorte City 13.0
Winterset 12.5
Solon 12.0
Bondurant-Farrar 11.5
Assumption – Davenport 11.0
Central Lyon-G-LR 10.5
Humboldt 9.0
NH/TV 9.0
Atlantic 8.0
Centerville 8.0
Eddyville-Blakesburg-Fremont 8.0
Independence 8.0
Iowa Falls-Alden 8.0
PCM – Monroe 8.0
Gilbert 7.5
East Marshall – LeGrand 7.0
Panorama 7.0
Van Meter-Earlham 7.0
Webster City 7.0
Woodward Granger 7.0
Camanche 6.0
Center Point- Urbana 6.0
Forest City 6.0
Harlan 6.0
Maquoketa 6.0
Williamsburg 6.0
Emmetsburg 5.0
Jesup 5.0
Mount Vernon 5.0
ADM – Adel 4.0
Algona 4.0
Bishop Heelan 4.0
Boyden Hull-Rock Valley 4.0
Carlisle 4.0
Central DeWitt 4.0
Clarinda 4.0
Clear Lake 4.0
Creston 4.0
Grinnell 4.0
Hampton-Dumont 4.0
Keokuk 4.0
Mid-Prairie 4.0
MOC-Floyd Valley 4.0
South Tama County 4.0
Spirit Lake Park 4.0
West Lyon – Inwood 4.0
Roland Story 3.5
Charles City 3.0
Columbus Community 3.0
Estherville-Lincoln Central 3.0
Garner-Hayfield-Ventura 3.0
Greene County 3.0
Monticello 3.0
North Polk 3.0
OABCIG 3.0
Okoboji – Milford 3.0
Perry 3.0
Vinton-Shellsburg 3.0
Nevada 2.5
Albia 2.0
BCLUW – Conrad 2.0
Benton Community 2.0
Decorah 2.0
North Fayette Valley 2.0
Chariton 1.0
Columbus Catholic 1.0
Kuemper Catholic 1.0
Anamosa 0.0
AP-GC 0.0
Ballard 0.0
Central Decatur – Leon 0.0
Cherokee – Washington 0.0
Glenwood 0.0
Mount Pleasant 0.0
Sheldon-S. O`Brien 0.0
Sioux Center 0.0
Tipton 0.0
Washington 0.0
Waukon 0.0

Class 1-A:

Don Bosco – Gilbertville 36.0
Lisbon 26.5
West Sioux – Hawarden 23.5
Underwood 18.0
West Hancock – Brittt 18.0
Logan-Magnolia 13.0
Wilton 11.5
Denver 10.5
Interstate 35 – Truro 10.0
Mount Ayr 10.0
Hudson 9.0
Nashua-Plainfield 9.0
New London 9.0
Clarion-Goldfield-Dows 8.0
Woodbury Central – Moville 8.0
GT-RA 7.5
Colfax-Mingo 7.0
MFL- MarMac 7.0
Midland – Wyoming 7.0
Missouri Valley 7.0
North Linn – Troy Mills 7.0
Sumner-Fredericksburg 7.0
Western Christian – Hull 7.0
Central Springs 6.0
Eagle Grove 6.0
Lake Mills 6.0
South Central Calhoun 6.0
Bedford-Lenox 5.5
Hinton 5.0
Martensdale – St. Mary`s 5.0
Mediapolis 5.0
Regina – Iowa City 5.0
Riverside – Oakland 5.0
South Hamilton – Jewell 5.0
AHSTW – Avoca 4.0
Beckman Catholic – Dyersville 4.0
Cascade  4.0
East Sac County 4.0
Moravia 4.0
North Butler-Clarksville 4.0
North Cedar – Stanwood 4.0
Pocahontas Area 4.0
SE Warren – Lib. Ctr./M.D. 4.0
Sigourney-Keota 4.0
Tri-Center – Neola 4.0
Wapsie Valley – Fairbank 4.0
West Bend-Mallard 4.0
Westwood – Sloan 4.0
ACGC 3.0
Audubon 3.0
Belle Plaine 3.0
Coon Rapids-Bayard 3.0
Edgewood-Colesburg 3.0
HLV – Victor 3.0
Iowa Valley – Marengo 3.0
Louisa Muscatine 3.0
Ogden 3.0
Riceville 3.0
Sioux Central – Sioux Rapids 3.0
South Winneshiek – Calmar 3.0
Wapello 3.0
Wayne – Corydon 3.0
West Central Valley – Stuart 3.0
West Fork – Sheffield 3.0
AGWSR – Ackley 2.0
Alburnett 2.0
Highland – Riverside 2.0
Northeast – Goose Lake 2.0
Northwood-Kensett 2.0
Postville 2.0
Sibley-Ocheyedan 2.0
Waco – Wayland 2.0
Akron-Westfield 1.0
East Buchanan – Winthrop 1.0
East Union – Afton 1.0
Manson – NW Webster 1.0
MVAOCOU 1.0
Nodaway Valley 1.0
Southwest Valley 1.0
West Monona – Onawa 1.0
Bellevue 0.0
Durant 0.0
English Valleys – North English 0.0
Kingsley-Pierson 0.0
North Mahaska – New Sharon 0.0
Pekin 0.0
St. Albert  0.0
BGM – Brooklyn -1.0
Pleasantville -1.0

Class 2-A State Wrestling First Round & Consolation Results

Sports

February 20th, 2020 by Jim Field

State Wrestling Results Brought to you on KJAN by:

FNB – Nishna Valley Credit Union – Danish Mutual Insurance – Rush CPA – Farm Service Coop – 1st Whitney Bank & Trust – Body Basic Chiropractic – Deter Motors – Insurance Services – State Farm, Scott Jensen – Brocker, Karns & Karns – Midwest Seed Genetics, Steve Wilcox – Lyman Ag Supply – Atlantic Motor Supply – Marne Elk Horn Telephone – ISU East Pott Extension – Armour Insurance – 1103 Clothing Company – Ultimate Lawn & Power – Outfitters Plus Retail Store – Fareway – Lyman Auto – Atlantic Bottling – Massena Telephone – Cumberland Telephone – Kite Family Chiropractic – Hometown Insurance – Rolling Hills Bank & Trust – McCunn Specialty Firearms

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First Round:

  • 106:  Lane Scorpil (Columbus Community) beat Easton O’Brien (Atlantic/CAM) 11-0
  • 113:  Rylie Anderson (Bondurant-Farrar) beat Aybren Moore (Atlantic/CAM) 6-3
  • 120:  Johnathon Erp (Red Oak) beat Riley Harger (Van Meter/Earlham) FALL 1:18
  • 120:  Nick Fox (Osage) beat Ben Schmitz (Kuemper Catholic) FALL 5:59
  • 126:  Ethan Lemon (Harlan) beat Ty Koedam (Sergeant Bluff-Luton) 17-6
  • 126:  Joe Weaver (Atlantic/CAM) beat TJ Fitzpatrick (Davenport Assumption) 9-3
  • 132:  Landon Fenton (PCM) beat Kale Downey (Clarinda) 12-2
  • 138:  Michael Macias (Davenport Assumption) beat Shea Parkis (Kuemper Catholic) 15-8
  • 145:  Jackson Rolfs (Decorah) beat Emry Colby (Panorama) 6-1
  • 152:  Wyatt Appleseth (Panorama) beat Alex Casey (Anamosa) FALL 3:18
  • 160:  Justin McCunn (Red Oak) beat Bryce Murray (Carlisle) FALL 5:53
  • 170:  Cole Davis (Independence) beat Bruce Lukehart (Red Oak) 7-2
  • 170:  Caleb Swalla (Van Meter/Earlham) beat Carter Bendorf (Harlan) 1-0
  • 182:  Reese Moore (Forest City) beat Mitch Mayberry (Glenwood) 8-7
  • 182:  Jackson Kinsella (Creston/O-M) beat Dylan Meiners (North Polk) 15-4
  • 195:  Wyatt Voelker (West Delaware) beat Sam Chapman (Creston/O-M) 3-1
  • 195:  Carter Maynes (Red Oak) beat Jack Sindlinger (Charles City) FALL 3:33
  • 220:  Kamrin Stevenson (Grinnell) beat Jesse Schwery (Harlan) 9-4
  • 220:  Crew Howard (Clarinda) beat Tino Tamayo (Charles City) FALL 2:56
  • 285:  Cale Roller (Atlantic/CAM) beat Gavin Meints (Algona) FALL 4:18

Consolation:

  • 106:  Easton O’Brien (Atlantic/CAM) beat Coy De Boer (Sheldon-South O’Brien) 8-7
  • 113:  Aybren Moore (Atlantic/CAM) beat Kellen Moore (Forest City) 4-3
  • 120:  Ben Schmitz (Kuemper Catholic) beat Ben Vogel (Camanche) 5-3
  • 132:  Averee Abben (Osage) beat Kale Downey (Clarinda) FALL 3:56
  • 138:  Logan Peyton (West Delaware) beat Shea Parkis (Kuemper Catholic) 4-3
  • 145:  Emry Colby (Panorama) beat Cory Bates (Sergeant Bluff-Luton) FALL 4:17
  • 170:  Bruce Lukehart (Red Oak) beat Brenden Fisch (Cherokee-Washington) 6-2
  • 170:  Carter Bendorf (Harlan) beat Brayden Smith (South Tama County) FALL 1:55
  • 182:  Jacob Reicks (NH/TV) beat Mitch Mayberry (Glenwood) FALL 3:47
  • 195:  Sam Chapman (Creston/O-M) beat Jacob Steenhoek (Gilbert) 3-2
  • 220:  Colten Goodell (Humboldt) beat Jesse Schwery (Harlan) 21-7