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Sectional Wrestling: Class 1A Section 14 @ Riverside

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February 2nd, 2019 by Chris Parks

Team Scores
1 Underwood 280.0
2 Riverside, Oakland 178.0
3 Treynor 169.5
4 East Mills 119.0
5 Southwest Valley 94.0
6 Griswold 76.5
7 St. Albert 53.0
8 Clarinda Academy 18.0

Full results here.

Sectional Wrestling: Class 1A Section 13 at Missouri Valley

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February 2nd, 2019 by Chris Parks

Team Scores

1 Logan-Magnolia 255.0
2 Missouri Valley 225.0
3 Tri-Center 151.0
4 West Monona 111.0
5 Audubon 102.0
6 Coon Rapids-Bayard 63.0
7 Woodbine 62.0
8 West Harrison 15.0

Full results here.

Sectional Wrestling: Class 1A Section 4 @ Southeast Warren

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February 2nd, 2019 by Chris Parks

Team Scores

1 Interstate 35 240.0
2 SE Warren 162.5
3 Wayne 138.0
4 Mount Ayr 119.5
5 Bedford-Lenox 111.0
6 Central Decatur 107.0
7 East Union 95.0
8 Moravia 63.0

Full results here.

Sectional Wrestling: Class 1A Section 3 at AC/GC

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February 2nd, 2019 by Chris Parks

1 AHSTW 217.5
2 AC/GC 177.0
3 Panorama 158.0
4 Nodaway Valley 155.0
5 West Central Valley 147.0
6 Ogden 104.0
7 Exira/Elk Horn-Kimballton 0.0

Full results here.

Sectional Wrestling: Class 2A Section 7 at Creston

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February 2nd, 2019 by Chris Parks

1 Creston 224.0
2 Winterset 219.5
3 Red Oak 205.0
4 Clarinda 120.0
5 Southwest Iowa (Sidney) 79.0
6 Shenandoah 56.0

Full results here.

No. 20 Iowa State holds off Texas 65-60

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February 2nd, 2019 by Ric Hanson

AMES, Iowa (AP) — For once, Marial Shayok couldn’t buy a basket. But when the Cyclones absolutely had to have one go down, the Big 12’s leading scorer came through. Talen Horton-Tucker scored 15 points, Shayok had 12 — including a crucial jumper with 25 seconds left — and No. 20 Iowa State held off Texas 65-60 on Saturday for its fifth win in six games.

Nick Weiler-Babb had 11 points and seven rebounds for the streaking Cyclones (17-5, 6-3 Big 12), who hit their last four field goals to avoid the upset. Iowa State led for nearly 36 minutes. But the outcome wasn’t certain until the final seconds. Horton-Tucker’s 3-pointer was answered by a 3 and two free throws from Kerwin Roach, keeping the Longhorns to within 59-56 with 2:09 left. Jaxson Hayes’ tip-in made it 59-58 with 1:31 left, but Weiler-Babb hit a bank shot to beat the buzzer and put the Cyclones ahead by 3.

Shayok, who finished just 3 of 14 from the floor, then drilled a 15-footer to make it 63-58.
He matched Roach at the line after that, and Matt Coleman missed a 3 that would have made it a one-point game with six seconds left.

The Cyclones led by as many as 13 in the first half. But after Shayok blew an open alley-oop dunk opportunity, Matt Coleman’s 3 gave Texas its first lead, 46-45, with 7:07 left. Weiler-Babb and Lindell Wigginton responded with back-to-back 3s to help put Iowa State back out in front, 52-48.
Roach finished with 19 points and Coleman had 13 points and five assists for Texas (12-10, 4-5), which made a game of it late despite committing 13 turnovers and shooting just 26 percent on 3s.

The Cyclones were flummoxed at times by the Longhorns’ length, and the zone defense Texas threw at them gave them fits. They also missed a flurry of alley-oops and easy layups. But it’s February, when getting the win is often enough.
UP NEXT: Iowa State plays at Oklahoma on Monday.

Ellingson, McGlynn help Drake hold off Indiana State 68-62

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February 2nd, 2019 by Ric Hanson

TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (AP) — Brady Ellingson scored 16 points, Nick McGlynn posted his eighth double-double of the season and Drake held off Indiana State 68-62 on Saturday. Ellingson knocked down 7 of 12 shots for the Bulldogs (17-6, 6-4 Missouri Valley Conference), who shot 48 percent from the floor. Ellingson, who came into the game shooting a conference-best 54.9 percent from 3-point range, sank 2 of 5 against the Sycamores (11-11, 3-7). McGlynn scored 12 and matched his career high with 13 rebounds. Noah Thomas added 12 points for Drake, which has won five of its last six games.

Indiana State led 34-31 at halftime and 56-55 on a Tyreke Key layup with 5:52 remaining in the game. But the Sycamores didn’t score another basket until Jordan Barnes nailed a 3-pointer with 29 seconds left to pull ISU within 65-62. Drake answered with a McGlynn dunk off an assist from Anthony Murphy and Garrett Sturtz added a free throw as the Bulldogs handed the Sycamores their first loss of the season — after 10 straight wins — when holding an opponent to 68 points or less.

Key led Indiana State with 23 points, but he missed all six of his 3-point tries as the Sycamores sank only 3 of 21 from distance. Bronson Kessinger came off the bench to score 16 on 7-of-7 shooting. Barnes added 12 points and five assists.

Carleton scores 19, No. 23 Iowa State women defeat K-State

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February 2nd, 2019 by Ric Hanson

MANHATTAN, Kan. (AP) — Bridget Carleton scored 19 points and No. 23 Iowa State cruised to an 81-52 win over Kansas State on Saturday. Ashley Joens added 16 points for the Cyclones (17-5, 7-3 Big 12 Conference), who have won three straight. Madison Wise and Kristin Scott had 14 points apiece. Wise and Joens both went 4 of 9 from distance and Iowa State was 11 of 29, the ninth game with at least 10 treys. Scott had 12 rebounds and Carleton eight with four assists and two steals.
The Cyclones won the first meeting 96-58 on Jan. 2.

Wise opened the game with a 3-pointer and minutes later Joens had a 7-0 run as Iowa State raced to a 12-2 lead. The difference was 10 at the end of the quarter and it was 34-17 at the half when the Cyclones scored the final eight points, four by Wise.

Kayla Goth and Peyton Williams had 15 points apiece for the Wildcats (13-9, 4-6), who have lost three in a row. Williams had nine rebounds, Goth six with six assists.

Saturday Morning Coaches Show 02/02/2019

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February 2nd, 2019 by Chris Parks

KJAN Sports Director Chris Parks’ weekly interview show on Atlantic sports. This morning we visit with Atlantic Head Boys Basketball Coach Jeff Ebling, Head Girls Basketball Coach Dan Vargason, and Head Boys Swimming Coach Dean Junker as his team competes at Regionals in Johnston today. We also talk Atlantic/CAM wrestling that is competing at Sectionals today in Ida Grove.

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7AM Sportscast 02/02/2019

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February 2nd, 2019 by Jim Field

w/ Chris Parks

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