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Iowa Hawkeye woman rally to beat Northwestern 78-59

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February 17th, 2017 by Ric Hanson

IOWA CITY, Iowa — A hot pink start propelled the University of Iowa women’s basketball team to a 78-59 win over Northwestern in its annual Pink Game on Thursday in front of 4,167 on Mediacom Court inside Carver-Hawkeye Arena. The Hawkeyes (16-10 overall, 7-6 Big Ten) wore pink shoes and white uniforms with pink letters, numbers, and trim in support of breast cancer awareness.

Iowa raced to a 15-4 lead less than five minutes in to the game and although Northwestern (17-9, 6-7) rallied to within 16-15 early in the second quarter, the Hawkeyes extended the advantage to 12 at halftime (41-29). They never looked back in the second half.

Sophomore Megan Gustafson led Iowa with 17 points; she also had eight rebounds and two blocked shots. Ally Disterhoft scored seven points in the first quarter, nine at halftime, and 14 for the game.  Iowa was 22-of-26 from the free throw line, attempting 15 more than the Wildcats, who have lost four straight games. Nia Coffey led Northwestern with 21 points.

The Hawkeyes return to action Sunday when they play Purdue (16-11, 7-6) in West Lafayette, Indiana. Tip-off is set for 11 a.m. (CT). That is followed by a game at Indiana on Feb. 22.

(HawkeyeSports.com)

Boys basketball regular season scoreboard 2/16/2017

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February 16th, 2017 by Chris Parks

Atlantic 66, Denison-Schleswig 60 (Garrett Franken 30pts for Atlantic)
Carroll 66, Harlan 59
Council Bluffs, Abraham Lincoln 89, Bishop Heelan Catholic, Sioux City 72
Newton 76, ADM, Adel 50

1A and 2A boys district basketball scores 2/16/2017

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February 16th, 2017 by Chris Parks

CLASS 1A

District 13

Grand View Christian 92, Iowa Christian 44
Ankeny Christian 73, Mount Ayr 51

Earlham 70, Orient-Macksburg 26
East Union 56, Nodaway Valley 55

District 14

Lenox 74, Bedford 66
Fremont-Mills 95, Clarinda Academy 58

Southwest Valley 46, Sidney 39
Stanton 40, East Mills 38

District 15

Boyer Valley 81, Audubon 76
Ar-We-Va 77, Glidden-Ralston 69

Coon Rapids-Bayard 46, CAM 41  – ON KJAN
Exira/EHK 70, Charter Oak-Ute 49 – ON KJAN

District 16

Siouxland Community Christian 72, Woodbine 26
Maple Valley-Anthon-Oto 71, Westwood 44

Logan-Magnolia 58, West Monona 52
St. Albert 73, West Harrison 29

CLASS 2A

District 13

Interstate-35 58, Central Decatur 55 OT
Van Meter 56, Woodward Academy 39

District 14

Treynor 62, Underwood 55
AHSTW 88, Shenandoah 60

District 15

IKM-Manning 76, South Central Calhoun 74
Kuemper Catholic 83, West Central Valley 36

District 16

Hinton 66, East Sac County 38
Alta-Aurelia 54, Tri-Center 36

Cougars fall, Spartans advance in boys district hoops

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February 16th, 2017 by Chris Parks

Exira-EHK High School played host to two boys Class 1A District 15 Quarterfinals on Thursday night and the CAM Cougars saw their season end, while the Exira-EHK Spartans moved on to the semifinals.

In the opening game CAM fell behind in the second half and couldn’t catch up to the Coon Rapids-Bayard Crusaders, falling 46-41.  It was a fast paced but low scoring affair as the Cougars led 18-14 at half but fell behind by four by the end of the third quarter and played catch up the rest of the way.  Coon Rapids-Bayard did just enough late in the game to hold off the Cougars rally. CAM got a good late look from three for Nic Holste that would of tied the game but it was off the mark.  Coon-Rapids Bayard iced the win with two free throws from Brandon Evans with 9 seconds left to get the five point winning margin.

The Crusaders were led by 11 points each from Brandon Evans and Sam Obert as they improved to 12-10 on the year.  The Cougars got 11 points from Thomas Hensley and had their season end at 14-8.

In the nightcap Exira-EHK rallied from an early deficit and took control in the second quarter of a 70-49 win over Charter Oak-Ute.  The Spartans used some pressure defense in the second quarter to spark a 14-0 run that put them in the lead to stay.  The Spartans led 33-25 at half and pushed the lead to 16 by the end of the third. Drew Buckholdt was a huge force for the Spartans dropping in 25 points, grabbing a load of rebounds, and forcing a number of steals.  The Spartans also got 15 points from Cole Burmeister and 10 from Josh Pettepier as they improve to 17-5.  Charter Oak-Ute was led by Spencer Gress with 14 as they end their season at 9-13.

Exira-EHK and Coon Rapids-Bayard will now meet in the District Semifinal on Tuesday, February 21st in Elk Horn.  It will be the second half of a doubleheader once again and will tip-off at about 8:00pm.  The first game that night will feature Ar-We-Va against Boyer Valley at 6:30pm.

Class 2-A State Wrestling First Round Results

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February 16th, 2017 by Jim Field

First Round:

  • 113:  Kole Hansen (Atlantic/CAM) wins 8-7 over Hunter Pfantz (West Marshall)
  • 120:  Carter Cox (Atlantic/CAM) lost 1-0 to Shea Ruffridge (Pocahontas Area)
  • 126:  Lucas Carter (Harlan) lost FALL :21 to Drew West (Solon)
  • 126:  Chase McLaren (Atlantic/CAM) wins 3-1 over Kyle Anderson (Washington)
  • 132:  Austin Gutknecht (Clarinda) lost 11-0 to Noah Fye (New Hampton)
  • 138:  Trevor Marlin (Creston/O-M) lost 7-2 to Austin Rozeboom (B-H/RV)
  • 145:  Mitchell Swank (Creston/O-M) wins 9-6 over Mitchel Mangold (West Delaware)
  • 145:  Tim Sibbel (Kuemper Catholic) lost 3-1 to Paul Ryan (Mount Vernon)
  • 152:  Sam McMillin (Bedford/Lenox) lost FALL 3:36 to Isaac Judge (South Tama County)
  • 160:  Thomas Bentley (Red Oak) wins FALL 1:56 over Zach Williams (Osage)
  • 160:  Kyle Owens (Shenandoah) lost 10-2 to John Fulk (Ballard)
  • 170:  Jacob Wingert (Harlan) wins FALL 2:47 over Zane Williams (Webster City)
  • 170:  Drake Roller (Atlantic/CAM) lost 7-5 to  Kyle Fisher (SE Valley)
  • 182:  Nick Foss (Harlan) lost 6-4 to Visouth Peterschmidt (Mid-Prairie)
  • 182:  Chase Shiltz (Creston/O-M) wins FALL 1:00 over Austin Angle (E-B-F)
  • 195:  Zac Stork (Atlantic/CAM) wins 4-3 over Hunter Crawford (Independence)
  • 195:  Jackson Mikkleson (Creston/O-M) wins FALL 3:52 over Trevor Trende (Crestwood)
  • 220:  Chance Strough (Clarinda) lost TECH FALL 16-1 to Dakoda Powell (Spirit Lake Park)
  • 220:  Kadon Hulett (Creston/O-M) wins TECH FALL 19-4 over Travis Te Grotenhuis (MOC-Floyd Valley)
  • 285:  Cody Tanner (Creston/O-M) lost 9-4 to Tristan Wirfs (Mt. Vernon)
  • 285:  John McConkey (Atlantic/CAM) wins 8-0 over Blake Bradley (Wahlert)

Consolation:

  • 120:  Carter Cox (Atlantic/CAM) wins 5-1 over Jacob Felderman (Assumption)
  • 126:  Lucas Carter (Harlan) wins 7-5 over Zach Anderson (Roland-Story)
  • 132:  Austin Gutknecht (Clarinda) wins 3-1 over Trey Lawrence (SE Valley)
  • 138:  Trevor Marlin (Creston/O-M) wins 7-4 over Dawson Riemenschneider (East Marshall/GMG)
  • 145:  Tim Sibbel (Kuemper Catholic) lost 8-2 to Tate Battani (Ballard)
  • 160:  Kyle Owens (Shenandoah) lost FALL 1:28 to Kyle Sinnott (Albia)
  • 170:  Drake Roller (Atlantic/CAM) wins 9-8 over Owen Grover (Beckman Catholic)
  • 182:  Nick Foss (Harlan) wins FALL :47 over Trevor Sprague (Saydel)
  • 220:  Chance Strough (Clarinda) lost FALL :54 to Aaron Maloy (Charles City)
  • 285:  Cody Tanner (Creston/O-M) wins FALL 2:18 over Hunter Jesse (Saydel)

Class 1A and 2A boys basketball postseason schedule Thursday

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February 16th, 2017 by Chris Parks

Classes 1A and 2A continue postseason play in boys basketball tonight. Class 1A will be playing District Quarterfinals tonight, while Class 2A will be playing District Semifinals.

CLASS 1A

District 13

Grand View Christian vs. Iowa Christian (@ Ankeny Christian)- 6:30pm
Mount Ayr @ Ankeny Christian- 8:00pm

Earlham vs. Orient-Macksburg (@ Nodaway Valley)- 6:30pm
East Union @ Nodaway Valley- 8:00pm

District 14

Bedford vs. Lenox (@ Fremont-Mills)- 6:30pm
Clarinda Academy @ Fremont-Mills- 8:00pm

Southwest Valley vs. Sidney (@ Stanton)- 6:30pm
East Mills @ Stanton- 8:00pm

District 15

Boyer Valley vs. Audubon (@ Ar-We-Va)- 6:30pm
Glidden-Ralston @ Ar-We-Va- 8:00pm

CAM vs. Coon Rapids-Bayard (@ Exira/EHK)- 6:30pm  – ON KJAN
Charter Oak-Ute @ Exira/EHK- 8:00pm – ON KJAN

District 16

Siouxland Community Christian vs. Woodbine (@ Maple Valley-AO)- 6:30pm
Westwood @ Maple Valley-Anthon-Oto- 8:00pm

Logan-Magnolia vs. West Monona (@ St. Albert)- 6:30pm
West Harrison @ St. Albert- 8:00pm

CLASS 2A

District 13

Central Decatur vs. Interstate-35 (@ Van Meter)- 6:30pm
Woodward Academy @ Van Meter- 8:00pm

District 14

Underwood vs. Treynor (@ AHSTW)- 6:30pm
Shenandoah @ AHSTW- 8:00pm

District 15

IKM-Manning vs. South Central Calhoun (@ Kuemper Catholic)- 6:30pm
West Central Valley @ Kuemper Catholic- 8:00pm

District 16

Hinton vs. East Sac County (@ Alta-Aurelia)- 6:30pm
Tri-Center @ Alta-Aurelia- 8:00pm

Class 1-A State Wrestling First Round Results

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February 16th, 2017 by Jim Field

First Round:

  • 106:  Zane Ziegler (Underwood) lost 11-2 to Adam Allard (West Sioux)
  • 106:  Connor Attkisson (Tri-Center) wins 12-5 over Jose Flores (Sioux Center)
  • 113:  Logan James (Underwood) lost 9-4 to Devon Meeker (Wapello)
  • 120:  Remington Meeker (Logan-Magnolia) lost 5-2 to Ryne Mohrfield (Lisbon)
  • 120:  Tatem Bluml (Riverside) lost 5-0 to Gable Fox (Don Bosco)
  • 120:  Blake Thomsen (Underwood) wins 8-4 over Dylan Loomer (Jesup)
  • 126:  Alex Thomsen (Underwood) wins TECH FALL 20-5 over Ben Moyer (Alburnett)
  • 126:  Teagan Lundquist (SW Valley) lost 5-2 to Brady Henderson (North Linn)
  • 132:  Michael Baker (Underwood) lost 16-5 to Blake Bauer (SE Warren)
  • 132:  George Appleseth (Panorama) lost 10-0 to Joshua Tibbits (M-St. Marys)
  • 132:  Garret Thompson (Logan-Magnolia) wins 1-0 over Ben Smith (Iowa Valley)
  • 138:  Guy Sudmann (Underwood) wins 3-2 over Wade Mitchell (Woodbury Central)
  • 145:  Joel Becerra (AHSTW) wins 13-5 over Ben Jacobs (Newman Catholic)
  • 145:  Logan Scheuermann (AC/GC) wins 5-2 over Georden Perry (Central Springs)
  • 152:  Tyler Van Houten (Panorama) wins FALL 4:27 over Sebastian Berg (Akron-Westfield)
  • 152:  Brady Wilson (Logan-Magnolia) wins 3-2 OT over Sawyer Phillips (Pleasantville)
  • 160:  Gabe Pauley (AHSTW) wins 6-2 over Rogan Pforts (Wapello)
  • 160:  Tyler Paulson (Tri-Center) lost 3-2 to Ryan Schott (IC Regina)
  • 170:  Cole Bruns (Exira/EHK) lost FALL 1:03 to Taylan Entriken (Hudson)
  • 170:  Gunnar Grunsted (Panorama) wins 3-2 over Kenneth Kriegel (HLV)
  • 182:  Sam Gregory (Treynor) wins 11-3 over Bodie Garnier (Sumner-Fredercksburg)
  • 195:  Elijah Finn (St. Albert) wins 3-1 over Quinton Casteel (Moravia)
  • 195:  Dalton Holmes (Panorama) lost FALL 1:32 to Kaleb Reeves (Signourney-Keota)
  • 220:  Drake Johnson (Logan-Magnolia) wins FALL 1:08 over Cade Suhr (AC/GC)
  • 285:  Dan Jensen (Panorama) lost FALL :51 to Cameron Beminio (Belmond-Klemme)
  • 285:  Coy Maher (Riverside) lost FALL 2:39 to Mitchell Smith (Saint Ansgar)

Consolation:

  • 106:  Zane Ziegler (Underwood) lost 8-0 to Daniel Meeker (Wapello)
  • 113:  Logan James (Underwood) wins 8-0 over Logan Heaberlin (Belmond-Klemme)
  • 120:  Tatem Bluml (Riverside) wins 8-6 over Jacob McBride (Newman Catholic)
  • 120:  Remington Meeker (Logan-Magnolia) win FALL 1:39 over Connor Conlin (Cascade)
  • 126:  Teagan Lundquist (SW Valley) wins TECH FALL 15-0 over Justin Severson (West Lyon)
  • 132:  Michael Baker (Underwood) wins 12-0 over Dalton Subject (West Hancock)
  • 132:  George Appleseth (Panorama) wins 5-0 over Michael Egan (MFL)
  • 160:  Tyler Paulson (Tri-Center) lost 9-3 to Bryce Schares (Don Bosco)
  • 170:  Cole Bruns (Exira/EHK) lost FALL 2:25 to Dakota Vance (Rockford)
  • 195:  Dalton Holmes (Panorama) lost FALL 4:57 to Manning Kuboushek (South Winnishiek)
  • 220:  Cade Suhr (AC/GC) lost 5-3 to Erick Olivera (Sibley-Ocheyeden)
  • 285:  Dan Jensen (Panorama) lost FALL :23 to Cody Crawford (Waco)
  • 285:  Coy Maher (Riverside) lost FALL 3:19 Chase Arends (Dike-New Hartford)

Class 3-A State Wrestling First Round Results

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February 16th, 2017 by Jim Field

First Round:

  • 106:  Anthony Humpal (CB Thomas Jefferson) lost FALL 3:16 to Nick Oldham (WDM Valley)
  • 113:  Dalton Book (Glenwood) lost FALL 1:12 to Drew Bennett (Ft. Dodge)
  • 113:  Quaid Werklund (Lewis Central) lost 9-7 to  James Edwards (Johnston)
  • 120:  Tanner Higgins (Lewis Central) lost 13-3 to TJ Cole (Bettendorf)
  • 120:  Anthony Watts (CB Thomas Jefferson) Wins FALL :44 over Eli Lloyd (Pleasant  Valley)
  • 126:  McGwire Midkiff (CB Thomas Jefferson) wins FALL 1:51 over Shadrach Zarwie (DM North-Hoover)
  • 132:  Cesar Salazar (CB Thomas Jefferson) Lost FALL :53 to Bradan Birt (Western Dubuque)
  • 138:  Gabriel Kjeldgaard (Lewis Central) wins 3-0 over Nathan Feldman (Dubuque Hempstead)
  • 145:  Lanny Herzog (CB Abraham Lincoln) lost FALL 3:24 to Drew Sams (Oskaloosa)
  • 145:  Trevor Anderson (Glenwood) wins 8-3 over Chase St. John (CR Prairie)
  • 152:  Caleb Kingery (Lewis Central) lost 3-1 OT to Joe Nicholson (WDM Valley)
  • 152:  Jordan Renshaw (Glenwood) lost 5-0 to Anthony Zach (Waukee)
  • 160:  Mac Southard (Lewis Central) wins 8-0 over Dorian Franklin (Ft. Dodge)
  • 170:  Dallas Volentine (Lewis Central) wins 6-4 over Anthony Stock (Davenport West)
  • 170:  Brent Mower (Glenwood) lost 13-9 to Alex Lopez (Bettendorf)
  • 182:  Anthony Sherry (Glenwood) wins 8-4 over Ben Schiltz (Ankeny)
  • 182:  Cameron Moore (Lewis Central) lost 9-2 to Gabe Christenson (SE Polk)
  • 195:  Isaac Bales (Glenwood) lost 3-1 SV-1 to Eric Gleiter (Waterloo East)
  • 195:  Cameron Baker (CB Thomas Jefferson) lost FALL 1:41 to Isaac Bartel (Mason City)
  • 220:  Zach Haggstrom (Glenwood) wins FALL :55 over Alex Francois (CR Xavier)
  • 220:  Jaden Heiden (Denison) lost FALL :51 to Dylan Olson (Dubuque Hempstead)
  • 285:  Caleb Sanders (Glenwood) lost 5-3 to Callan Tomlin (Oskaloosa)

Consolation:

  • 103:  Anthony Humpal (CB Thomas Jefferson) wins FALL 3:03 over Niyo Gady (Marion)
  • 113:  Dalton Book (Glenwood) lost 8-3 to Keano Roberts (Bettendorf)
  • 113:  Quaid Werklund (Lewis Central) lost FALL 3:59 to Nathanael Shoemaker (Ottumwa)
  • 120:  Tanner Higgins (Lewis Central) wins 7-4 over Bradley Brown (Storm Lake)
  • 132:  Cesar Salazar (CB Thomas Jefferson) lost FALL 1:07 to Cade Moss (Johnston)
  • 145:  Lanny Herzog (CB Abraham Lincoln) lost FALL 1:39 to Preston Terry (Burlington)
  • 152:  Caleb Kingery (Lewis Central) lost 5-2 to Reese Hageman (Marshalltown)
  • 152:  Jordan Renshaw (Glenwood) lost 8-2 to Alex Ward (Dubuque Hempstead)
  • 170:  Brent Mower (Glenwood) lost 11-2 to Devin Ludwig (Western Dubuque)
  • 182:  Cameron Moore (Lewis Central) lost FALL 3:20 to Brandon Tessau (Waukee)
  • 195:  Isaac Bales (Glenwood) wins TECH FALL 16-0 over Bobby Piagentini (Johnston)
  • 195:  Cameron Baker (CB Thomas Jefferson) wins 15-6 over Reece Bowlin (Indianola)
  • 220:  Jaden Heiden (Denison) wins FALL 1:11 over Ben Standish (Johnston)
  • 285:  Caleb Sanders (Glenwood) wins 6-3 over Nolan Bell (Muscatine)

(Podcast) KJAN Morning Sports report, 2/16/2017

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February 16th, 2017 by Ric Hanson

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Hawkeye women need strong finish to boost NCAA Tournament hopes.

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February 16th, 2017 by Ric Hanson

The Iowa Hawkeye women need a strong finish to the regular season to boost their NCAA Tournament hopes and it begins with a game at home tonight (Thursday), against Northwestern. Both teams are 6-6 in the Big Ten. Senior guard Ally Disterhoft:

Iowa coach Lisa Bluder is concerned about Northwestern’s experience.

Tip-time is 7-p.m.

(Learfield Sports)