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High School Football- Week One Schedule 08-28-2015

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August 28th, 2015 by Chris Parks

2015 High School Football
Week 1 Schedule – August 28

Class 3-A, District 8
Clarinda @ Atlantic
Denison @ Harlan
Creston @ Norwalk
Glenwood @ Red Oak
Dallas Center-Grimes @ Carlisle
Winterset @ Oskaloosa
ADM @ Perry

Class 2-A, District 8
Riverside @ Shenandoah
Carroll @ Kuemper Catholic
IKM-Manning @ East Sac County
NW Webster @ SE Valley
West Central Valley @ DM Christian

Class 1-A, District 1
A-H-S-T-W @ Audubon
OA-BCIG @ Cherokee
Logan-Magnolia @ Missouri Valley
Treynor @ Lawton-Bronson
Tri-Center @ Underwood
Westwood @ West Monona

Class A, District 1
Griswold @ Bedford
St. Albert @ Thomas Jefferson
Maple Valley @ Alta/Aurelia

Class A, District 8
Southwest Valley @ Clarinda Academy
Pleasantville @ Colfax-Mingo
Martensdale-St. Marys @ Woodward-Granger
Nodaway Valley @ Central Decatur
SE Warren @ Cardinal
Woodward Academy @ Earlham
Albia @ Mount Ayr

8-Man, District 1
Nishnabotna @ Exira/EHK
Boyer Valley @ East Mills
River Valley @ M-M-C
Newell-Fonda @ West Bend-Mallard
Remsen St. Mary’s @ Ar-We-Va
West Harrison @ Sidney
Clay Central-Everly @ Kingsley-Pierson
Woodbine @ Fremont-Mills

8-Man, District 7
CAM @ Adair-Casey
Coon Rapids-Bayard @ Laurens-Marathon
Glidden-Ralston @ Remsen-Union
Guthrie Center @ Stanton
Mormon Trail @ Murray
Wayne @ Ankeny Christian
East Union @ Lenox

8-Man, District 8
Lamoni @ Essex

Home runs, clutch relief help Cardinals top Diamondbacks 5-3

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August 28th, 2015 by Chris Parks

PHOENIX (AP) – Brandon Moss hit his first home run with St. Louis and Tony Cruz hit his first of the season, leading the Cardinals to a 5-3 win over the Arizona Diamondbacks on Thursday night to complete a four-game sweep.

It was the Cardinals’ fifth straight win overall and they finished 7-0 against the Diamondbacks this season.

Moss’s tiebreaking two-run shot in the fifth inning off starter Rubby De La Rosa (11-6) put the Cardinals ahead 5-3.

Carlos Martinez (13-6) earned the win with six innings of four-hit ball, allowing three runs and striking out six with two walks.

The Diamondbacks loaded the bases on three walks issued by Cardinals reliever Steve Cishek to open the bottom of eighth, but Seth Maness struck out David Peralta, Welington Castillo and got Jake Lamb to roll out to first to end the threat.

Trevor Rosenthal got the last three outs for his 41st save.

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Guthrie Center XC Invite results Thursday

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August 28th, 2015 by Chris Parks

The Panorama girls and Des Moines Christian boys won the Guthrie Center Cross Country Invite Thursday.

Guthrie Center CC Invitational 2015
Guthrie Center
August 27, 2015
Girls Team Results
Place School Total Finishers (offset scoring) Total Time Spread
1 Panorama 35 1 2 9 10 13 17 21 1:56:38.58 23:19.72
2 Exira-EHK 72 5 7 11 14 35 38 2:01:36.41 24:19.29
3 Adair Casey/CAM 117 4 24 27 28 34 55 57 2:07:48.55 25:33.71
4 Griswold 124 6 15 29 31 43 47 2:08:28.83 25:41.77
5 Southwest Valley 137 18 19 26 33 41 44 45 2:11:14.57 26:14.92
6 Ogden 145 8 22 36 37 42 48 51 2:11:43.90 26:20.78
7 East Union 147 3 12 23 53 56 2:21:22.32 28:16.47
8 Guthrie Center 153 16 20 32 39 46 2:13:20.04 26:40.01
9 Mount Ayr 194 25 30 40 49 50 52 54 2:20:40.41 28:08.09

Girls Individual Results
Place Name Year School Time
1 Clark, Sydney JR Des Moines Christian 21:35.68
2 Covey, Oksana SR Des Moines Christian 21:53.25
3 Kemble, Devyn SO Panorama 22:01.12
4 Hoffman, Brianna SO Panorama 22:02.44
5 Harper, Emma JR East Union 22:04.27
6 Holaday, Katlyn JR Adair Casey/CAM 22:33.80
7 Copic, Emily JR Exira-EHK 22:47.25
8 Young, Anna SO Griswold 22:56.70
9 Andersen, Rose SR Exira-EHK 22:58.04
10 Booth, Hannah SO Ogden 23:52.52
11 Olson, Mykenzie SR Panorama 23:55.80
12 Knapp, Maddie SO Panorama 24:08.10
13 Irlmeier, Deann SR Exira-EHK 24:18.85
14 Kroese, Rebekah SR Lenox 24:20.45
15 Proffitt, Jena JR East Union 24:25.49

Guthrie Center CC Invitational 2015
Guthrie Center
August 27, 2015
Boys Team Results
Place School Total Finishers (offset scoring) Total Time Spread
1 Des Moines Christian 45 2 6 8 13 16 30 38 1:34:32.73 18:54.55
2 Panorama 72 4 14 17 18 19 25 26 1:36:22.06 19:16.42
3 Ogden 76 1 9 15 24 27 28 29 1:36:35.36 19:19.08
4 Adair Casey/CAM 111 5 7 10 39 50 55 61 1:42:40.95 20:32.19
5 Mstm Cross Country 152 12 20 35 37 48 66 1:46:23.96 21:16.80
6 Guthrie Center 160 11 21 36 45 47 63 64 1:47:49.95 21:33.99
7 Griswold 184 23 31 32 44 54 59 1:50:14.18 22:02.84
8 Southwest Valley 191 22 33 41 46 49 51 56 1:51:46.24 22:21.25
9 Lenox 223 3 40 53 62 65 2:06:03.41 25:12.69
10 Mount Ayr 228 34 42 43 52 57 58 60 1:57:57.65 23:35.53

Boys Individual Results
Place Name Year School Time
1 Stumbo, Andrew JR Ogden 17:24.57
2 Wilson, Evan SO Exira-EHK 17:25.77
3 Ketcham, Tyler SO Des Moines Christian 18:05.94
4 Bolinger, Jacob SR Lenox 18:11.92
5 Webster, Chance SR Panorama 18:12.08
6 Billheimer, Cale JR Adair Casey/CAM 18:26.17
7 Lowe, J.D. SO Des Moines Christian 18:47.26
8 Holaday, Dakota SO Adair Casey/CAM 18:48.23
9 Minor, Christian SR Des Moines Christian 18:59.46
10 Hinman, Jacob SO Ogden 19:03.33
11 Billheimer, Clay FR Adair Casey/CAM 19:09.26
12 Courtney, Sam SR Guthrie Center 19:13.06
13 Tibbits, Josh FR Mstm Cross Country 19:15.27
14 Fox, Nick FR Des Moines Christian 19:16.33
15 Wagler, Mitch JR Panorama 19:22.29

 

Audubon tops AHSTW in Ag Bowl

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August 28th, 2015 by Chris Parks

The AHSTW Vikings travelled to Audubon last night to face the Wheelers in the 3rd Annual Channel Seed Ag Bowl.  It was a back and forth tight ballgame with all of the lead changes coming in the fourth quarter.  Matthew Smith-Petersen scored from 15 yards out late in the fourth quarter and the Wheelers hung on for a 26-21 win.

In other games around the state in Class 4-A scores were:

  • Cedar Rapids, Kennedy 34, Iowa City, West 31 (ND)
  • Davenport, West 16, Davenport, North 14 (ND)

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High school football schedule Thursday

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August 27th, 2015 by Chris Parks

The high school football season gets underway tonight with a few games around the state including one local matchup.  AHSTW travels to Audubon tonight for the 2015 Channel Seed Ag Bowl at Chiz Jones Field.  That game will start at 7:00pm and is the third in an annual series of early season games.  The game will be televised locally on Comcast Sportsnet, KPTM Channel 42.2, as well as online.

Audubon High School officials are warning fans traveling to the game that work is being done on Highway 71 between Exira and Audubon that is limiting traffic to one lane during the day.  AHSTW fans and others traveling to the game are being advised to take Highway 59 to Harlan and then travel east on Highway 44 to Hamlin before turning north on Highway 71 for the final four miles to Audubon.  Both lanes of traffic on Highway 71 will be open after the game.

The full state schedule for Thursday is:

CLASS 4A:

  • Iowa City, West at Cedar Rapids, Kennedy (ND)
  • Davenport, West at Davenport, North (ND)

 

CLASS 1A/A:

  • AHSTW, Avoca at Audubon (ND)

Cardinals beat Diamondbacks 3-1 behind Lackey

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August 27th, 2015 by Chris Parks

PHOENIX (AP) – John Lackey pitched seven strong innings and the St. Louis Cardinals beat Arizona 3-1 on Wednesday night, their seventh straight win over the Diamondbacks.

The Cardinals scored four first-inning runs off Robbie Ray on Tuesday, but had to wait a little longer Wednesday with Patrick Corbin limiting them to Mark Reynolds’ homer in six innings.

St. Louis quickly took advantage after Corbin left, scoring twice off David Hernandez (1-4) in the seventh. Kolten Wong had an RBI double and Matt Carpenter a run-scoring single in the inning.

Lackey (11-8) bounced back from a shaky start, giving up a solo homer to Paul Goldschmidt in the first inning and little else. Trevor Rosenthal worked around a walk in the ninth for his 40th save.

St. Louis moved to 36 games over .500 (81-45), its highest since finishing the 2005 season plus-38. The Cardinals have won 12 of 13 against Arizona.

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Pham gets 3 hits, Cardinals win 80th in 9-1 rout

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August 26th, 2015 by Chris Parks

PHOENIX (AP) – Tommy Pham had his second career three-hit game, Jaime Garcia pitched six strong innings and the St. Louis Cardinals routed the Arizona Diamondbacks 9-1 on Tuesday night.

Three days after his first three-hit game, Pham singled twice and got his second career triple. He scored three times.

Six players had RBIs for the Cardinals, two apiece for Jhonny Peralta, Jason Heyward and Yadier Molina. The Cardinals’ Peter Bourjos’ got his first career pinch-hit home run.

Garcia (6-4) allowed a run and four hits, striking out six and walking one. The Cardinals, 35 games above .500, earned their MLB-best 80th victory and lengthened their lead to five games over second-place Pittsburgh in the NL Central.

Robbie Ray (3-10) lasted three innings plus two batters. He allowed six runs and five hits. Ray walked five, hit a batter and struck out one.