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(Podcast) KJAN Morning Sports report, 11/10/2017

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November 10th, 2017 by Ric Hanson

The 7:20-a.m. Sportscast w/Jim Field.

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Midwest Sports Headlines: 11/10/17

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November 10th, 2017 by Ric Hanson

Here is the latest Mid-America sports news from The Associated Press

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — Kansas City Royals manager Ned Yost broke a pelvis and several ribs during a fall on his property in Georgia. The team says the 62-year-old manager was working on a deer stand that gave way. Yost is an avid hunter. He underwent surgery in Atlanta and was to be transferred to a rehab facility. The team says he will need a wheelchair for a short time.

MADISON, Wis. (AP) — No. 25 Iowa is on a roll as it heads into Camp Randall Stadium for a crucial Big Ten West division game against No. 6 Wisconsin. The confident Hawkeyes beat up on Ohio State last week. Now they face their second straight Top 10 opponent in the unbeaten Badgers, who can clinch a trip to the Big Ten title game with a victory.

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — The Chiefs were Super Bowl favorites during a dynamic 5-0 start. They’ve lost three of their past four heading into their week off. The offense that was so good earlier in the season has slowed down, and lately has been unable to mask a struggling defense. But coach Andy Reid still has confidence in the AFC West leaders, who will face a much weaker schedule down the stretch.

AMES, Iowa (AP) — Oklahoma State and Iowa State can still reach the Big 12 title game. But Saturday’s meeting might be an elimination game for two teams coming off losses that altered the trajectory of their season. The 12th-ranked Cowboys and 24th-ranked Cyclones are now tied with West Virginia for third in the conference behind Oklahoma and TCU, both 5-1 in the Big 12.

State Volleyball Scoreboard -Semifinals- 11/09/2017

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November 9th, 2017 by Chris Parks

Class 5A Semi-final – Thursday, Nov. 9th

(3-0) Cedar Falls 25-25-25, Linn-Mar 13-18-15
(3-0) WDM Valley 25-26-25, Ankeny Centennial 23-24-22

Friday, November 10

Class 5A Championship

10:00 a.m. – Cedar Falls (42-2) vs. West Des Moines Valley (41-7)

Class 4A  Semi-final – Thursday, Nov. 9th

(3-2) Sergeant Bluff-Luton 20-25-18-25-15, Cedar Rapids Xavier 25-18-25-16-13
(3-0) Dubuque Wahlert 25-30-25, Lewis Central 16-28-15

Friday, November 10

Class 4A Championship

12:15 p.m. – Sergeant Bluff-Luton (42-3) vs. Dubuque Wahlert (21-9)

Class 3A Semi-final – Thursday, Nov. 9th

(3-2) Sioux Center 16-21-25-25-15, Osage 25-25-21-10-8
(3-2) Columbus Catholic 16-21-29-25-15, Kuemper Catholic 25-25-27-19-11

Friday, November 10

Class 3A Championship

2:30-p.m.– Sioux Center (34-5) vs. Columbus Catholic (35-8)

Class 2A Semi-final – Thursday, Nov. 9th

(3-0) Dike-New Hartford 25-25-25, Council Bluffs St. Albert 12-15-6
(3-0) Western Christian 25-25-25, Grundy Center 15-21-21

Friday, November 10

Class 2A Championship 

4:45 p.m. – Dike-New Hartford (48-3) vs. Western Christian (39-6)

Class 1A Semi-final – Thursday, Nov. 9th

(3-0) Janesville 25-25-25, Holy Trinity Catholic 17-20-19
(3-2) Le Mars Gehlen Catholic 25-25-25-17-16, Springville 19-27-20-25-14

Friday, November 10 

Class 1A Championship

7:00 p.m. – Janesville (36-7) vs. Le Mars Gehlen Catholic (29-6)

Logan-Magnolia adds soccer to Spring sports

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November 9th, 2017 by Chris Parks

The Logan-Magnolia school board voted 3-1 on Wednesday to add boys and girls soccer to the athletic offerings for spring varsity sports.  The Panthers will compete in the Western Iowa Conference as they do in other sports. Logan-Magnolia becomes the seventh WIC school to offer soccer along with: AHSTW, Missouri Valley, Riveride, Treynor, Tri-Center, and Underwood.  The Panthers will begin play this upcoming spring season.

IATC honors 2017 Cross Country Coaches of the Year

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November 9th, 2017 by Chris Parks

 1A Cross Country

Girls Cross Country
1A Girls
State Coach of the Year
Greg Thompson – Panorama

At Large Coaches of the Year
Pat Wagner – Eastern Allamakee
Sherri Selenke – Hudson
Jenny Hamilton – AHSTW
Mike Szalat – Ft. Dodge, St. Edmonds
Scott Conway & Kevin Kearney – South Winneshiek

Boys Cross Country
1A Boys
State Coach of the Year
Darrell Burmeister – Nodaway Valley

At Large Coaches of the Year
Kelly Grothus – Madrid
Ryan Kobliska – Ogden
Scott Jess – Bellevue
Dennis Jarrett – Tri-Center
Charlie Gruman – Starmont

2A Cross Country

Girls Cross Country
2A Girls
State Coach of the Year
Mark Hostetler – Mid-Prairie

At Large Coaches of the Year
Dan Sauser – Monticello
Jill Gallagher – Woodbury Central-Kingsley Pierson
Jim Obermann – Crestwood
Bob Davidshofer – Cascade
Nick Nordheim – Williamsburg

Boys Cross Country
2A Boys
State Coach of the Year
Curt Fiedler – George-Little Rock/Central Lyon

At Large Coaches of the Year
Mark Hostetler – Mid-Prairie
Eric Walsh – Tipton
Brock Lehman – Sioux Center
Jeff Short – Garner-Hayfield-Ventura
Darrell Paulsen – South Hamilton

3A Cross Country

Girls Cross Country
3A Girls
State Coach of the Year
Cynthia Wagner -Dubuque Wahlert

At Large Coaches of the Year
Doug Cutler – Pella
Christy Nimrod – Decorah
Justin Droppert – Dallas Center-Grimes
Steve Leach – North Polk
Amanda Rahmiller – Charles City

Boys Cross Country
3A Boys
State Coach of the Year
Aaron Thomas – Gilbert

At Large Coaches of the Year
Kory Swart – Mt. Vernon-Lisbon
Matt Pries – Dallas Center-Grimes
Marty Mitchell – Carlisle
Ben Robison – Clear Creek-Amana
Brad Johansen – Decorah

4A Cross Country

Girls Cross Country
4A Girls
State Coach of the Year
Pat Hennes – Johnston

At Large Coaches of the Year
Abby Schmitz – Waukee
Louis Fischer – Dubuque Senior
Mike Parker – Iowa City West
Dan Davis – Urbandale
Sharon Klein – Dubuque Hempstead

Boys Cross Country
4A Boys
State Coach of the Year
Erik Belby – Pleasant Valley

At Large Coaches of the Year
Mark Ressler – Dubuque Hempstead
Bill Schwartz – Cedar Rapids Prairie
Tom Trygstad – West Des Moines Valley
Tim Ives – Dowling Catholic
Matt Jaschen – Johnston

2017 State High School Football Semifinal Schedule

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November 9th, 2017 by Chris Parks

Thursday (11/09/2017)

CLASS 8:

Midland, Wyoming vs Don Bosco, Gilbertville at UNI-Dome 9:06am
St. Mary’s, Remsen vs Fremont-Mills, Tabor at UNI-Dome 12:06pm

CLASS 3A:

Harlan vs Pella at UNI-Dome 5:36pm
Xavier, Cedar Rapids vs Solon at UNI-Dome 8:21pm

Friday (11/10/2017)

CLASS A:

Saint Ansgar vs Hudson at UNI-Dome 10:06am
West Sioux, Hawarden vs St. Albert, Council Bluffs at UNI-Dome 1:06pm

CLASS 4A:

Iowa City, West vs Bettendorf at UNI-Dome 4:06pm
Ankeny Centennial vs Dowling Catholic High School at UNI-Dome 7:06pm

Saturday (11/11/2017)

CLASS 1A:

Regina, Iowa City vs Pella Christian at UNI-Dome 10:06am
West Lyon, Inwood vs Van Meter at UNI-Dome 1:06pm

CLASS 2A:

Boyden-Hull/Rock Valley vs Waukon at UNI-Dome 4:06pm
Union, La Porte City vs Williamsburg at UNI-Dome 7:06pm

(Podcast) KJAN Morning Sports report, 11/09/2017

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November 9th, 2017 by Ric Hanson

The 7:20-a.m. Sportscast w/Jim Field.

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State Volleyball Scoreboard -Day 2- 11/08/2017

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November 8th, 2017 by Chris Parks

Class 3A First Round

(3-0) #4 Osage 25-25-25, #5 Tipton 18-19-18
(3-1) #1 Sioux Center 25-20-25-25,  #8 Red Oak 17-25-18-18
(3-1) #3 Waterloo Columbus Catholic 25-25-20-29, #6 Beckman Catholic 18-18-25-27
(3-0) #2 Kuemper Catholic 25-25-25,   #7 Iowa Falls-Alden 11-22-20

 

Class 3A Semifinals- Thursday, November 9

2:00 p.m. – Court One – Osage (26-9) vs. Sioux Center (33-5)
2:00 p.m. – Court Two – Columbus Catholic (34-8) vs. Kuemper Catholic (39-2)

Class 2A First Round

(3-0) #1 Dike-New Hartford 25-25-25, #8 Wapsie Valley 12-9-9
(3-0) #4 Council Bluffs St. Albert 25-25-26, #5 Unity Christian 17-16-24
(3-0) #2 Western Christian 25-25-25,  #7 Iowa City Regina 10-20-12
(3-0) #3 Grundy Center 25-25-25, #6 Sidney 12-17-18

 

Class 2A Semifinals- Thursday, November 9

4:00 p.m. – Court One – Dike-New Hartford (47-3) vs. Council Bluffs St. Albert (28-3)
4:00 p.m. – Court Two – Western Christian (38-6) vs. Grundy Center (37-6)

Class 1A First Round

(3-0) #1 Janesville 25-25-25,  #8 East Mills 10-12-19
(3-0) #5 Holy Trinity Catholic 25-25-25, #4 Starmont  17-21-17
(3-2) #3 LeMars Gehlen Catholic 18-25-25-25-15,  #6 Tripoli 25-27-14-12-10
(3-0) #2 Springville 25-25-25, #7 North Tama 15-21-21

 

Class 1A Semifinals- Thursday, November 9

6:00 p.m. – Court One – Janesville (35-7) vs. Holy Trinity Catholic (38-5)
6:00 p.m. – Court Two – Le Mars Gehlen Catholic (28-6) vs. Springville (39-2)

Atlantic’s Handel signs with UMKC softball

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November 8th, 2017 by Chris Parks

Atlantic senior Alexis Handel signed on Wednesday morning to continue her softball and academic career at the University of Missouri Kansas City. The Trojan third baseman signed with her parents in attendance along with Atlantic Head Coach Terry Hinzmann and Assistant Coach Michelle Blake.

Handel has been a power hitter for the Trojans, racking up 58 hits and 17 homeruns last year for her 32-9 squad. Alexis also had 56 RBI’s to go along with a .509 batting average and .629 on base percentage. Handel also has been a strong defensive player for the Trojans with a .935 fielding percentage and only 6 errors last year.

Handel said it’s a dream come true to be able to play at the Division I level with UMKC and is excited and grateful for the opportunity. Atlantic Head Coach Terry Hinzmann said her stats speak for them-self with her performance on the field but her leadership has been her biggest asset. He said that he is happy all of her hard work is paying off with the chance to play DI ball.

The Kangaroos team she will be joining went 17-38 last season overall and 5-10 in the Western Athletic Conference. The Roos are coached by Meredith Smith-Neal.

Handel plans to study Health Sciences at UMKC.

(Podcast) KJAN Morning Sports report, 11/8/2017

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November 8th, 2017 by Ric Hanson

The 7:20-a.m. Sportscast w/Jim Field.

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