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Western Iowa Conference Track & Field Championships

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May 6th, 2015 by Jim Field

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Girls:
1. Griswold 130
2. Treynor 116
3. Missouri Valley 105
4. Logan-Magnolia 103
5. Underwood 77
6. IKM_Manning 62
7. Tri-Center 54
8. Audubon 35
9. A-H-S-T-W 31
10. Riverside 26

1st Place:
100 – Emma Bonnet, Underwood
200 – Emma Bonnet, Underwood
400 – Emma Bonnet, Underwood
800 – Shyanne Sporrer, IKM-Manning
1500 – Rebekah Topham, Griswold
3000 – Rebekah Topham, Griswold
100 Hurdles – Laura Hempel, Treynor
400 Hurdles – Kylan Straight, Logan-Magnolia
Discus – Jackie Rush, Griswold
High Jump – Laura Hempel, Treynor
Long Jump – Madison Paulsen, Treynor
Shot Put – Hannah Mahoney, Missouri Valley
4 x 100 – Missouri Valley
4 x 200 – Missouri Valley
4 x 400 – Underwood
4 x 800 – Underwood
Shuttle Hurdle – Griswold
Sprint Medley – Missouri Valley
Distance Medley – Underwood

Boys:
1. IKM-Manning 114
2. Missouri Valley 108
3. Tri-Center 74
4. Underwood 72
4. Logan-Magnolia 72
6. Audubon 67
7. Griswold 53
8. A-H-S-T-W 50
9. Treynor 48
10. Riverside 43

1st Place:
100 – Sage Lloyd, Missouri Valley
200 – Sage Lloyd, Missouri Valley
400 – Nick Pedersen, Underwood
800 – Justin Miller, Missouri Valley
1600 – Trey Castle, Treynor
3200 – Drew Pauley, Missouri Valley
110 Hurdles – Mitchell Nelsen, Audubon
400 Hurdles – Nick Pedersen, Underwood
Discus – Cody Eischeid, IKM-Manning
High Jump – Sam Wegner, IKM-Manning
Long Jump – Brett Daley, Treynor
Shot Put – Cody Eischeid, IKM-Manning
4 x 100 – Riverside
4 x 200 – Tri-Center
4 x 400 – IKM-Manning
4 x 800 – Tri-Center
Shuttle Hurdle – Missouri Valley
Distance Medley – Tri-Center

(Podcast) KJAN Sports report, 5/6/2015

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May 6th, 2015 by Ric Hanson

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Tuesday Tennis/Soccer/Golf Results

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May 6th, 2015 by Jim Field

Girls Tennis:
Glenwood 9, St. Albert 0
Creston 9, Chariton 0
Southwest Valley 4, Audubon 3

Boys Tennis:
Denison-Schleswig 6, Shenandoah 3
Clarinda 5, Maryville 4
Glenwood 6, St. Albert 3
Creston 9, Chariton 0
Southwest Valley 6, Audubon 3

Girls Soccer:
Atlantic 2, A-H-S-T-W 1
Nodaway Valley/WCV/AC 3, Des Moines Christian 0
Abraham Lincoln 1, St. Albert 0

Boys Soccer:
A-H-S-T-W 4, Atlantic 1
Des Moines Christian 8, Nodaway Valley 0
St. Albert 2, Lewis Central 1
Harlan 4, Thomas Jefferson 3
Sioux City North 2, Glenwood 0
Indianola 2, Creston 0

Girls Golf:
IKM-Manning 241, Audubon no team score (Medalist: Jorja Weitl, Audubon 52)

Betty Heflin Invitational

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May 6th, 2015 by Jim Field

1. Creston – 364
2. Atlantic – 365
3. Harlan – 398
4. Shenandoah – 398
5. Norwalk – 415
6. Clarinda – 420
7. Denison – 460
8. Glenwood – 478
9. Winterset – 516
10. Red Oak – no team score

Individuals:
1. Brooke Newell, Atlantic – 79
2. Erin Olsen, Atlantic – 84
3. Madison Hance, Creston – 87
4. Ashton Carter, Creston – 89
5. Ciara Burnison, Shenandoah – 90
6. Anna Carlson, Shenandoah – 91
7. Sophia Groumoutis, Creston – 92
8. Meghan Christensen, Harlan – 92
9. Rachel Weber, Norwalk – 95
10. Camryn Somers, Creston – 96
11. Sarah Fixmer, Atlantic – 97
12. Amber Gross, Harlan – 99

Atlantic Trojan Boys Golf Invitational

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May 6th, 2015 by Jim Field

1. Norwalk 317
2. Creston 321
3. Ballard 324
4. Kuemper 328
5. Denison 334
6. Glenwood 335
7. Shenandoah 335
8. Atlantic 341
9. Clarinda 350
10. Harlan 353
11. Red Oak 355
12. Winterset 360
13. Lewis Central 375

Individuals
1. Nash Bucher, Ballard 73
2. Parker Eller, Denison 74
3. Carter Albrecht, Norwalk 74
4. Kobe Rhodes, Glenwood 75
5. Jake Olsen, Atlantic 77
6. Carter Mallett, Norwalk 77
7. Connor Paulsen, Denison 78
8. Coleton Hoepker, Creston 78
9. Kyle Somers, Creston 79
10. Christian Gramoutis, Creston 80
11. Ryan Feauto, Kuemper 80
12. Kyle Nelson, Atlantic 80

Chiefs put 4 on waivers, including QB Terrelle Pryor

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May 6th, 2015 by Ric Hanson

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — The Chiefs placed four players on waivers Tuesday, including former Ohio State quarterback Terrelle Pryor, who had been signed in the offseason and was trying to earn a backup job. The Chiefs did not choose a quarterback in last week’s draft, but they already have Alex Smith, Chase Daniel, Tyler Bray and Aaron Murray on the roster. They are also expected to add a couple of undrafted quarterbacks as free agents in the coming days.

Pryor was 3-7 as a starter over three seasons in Oakland. He has not played since 2013. The Chiefs also waived linebacker JoJo Dickson, wide receiver Corbin Louks and long snapper Jorgen Hus on Tuesday.

 

Cardinals recall Lyons to start, option Tuivailala

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May 6th, 2015 by Ric Hanson

ST. LOUIS (AP) — The St. Louis Cardinals recalled left-hander Tyler Lyons from Triple-A Memphis to start Tuesday night against the Chicago Cubs and optioned rookie right-hander Sam Tuivailala to Memphis. The 27-year-old Lyons was 2-1 with a 2.91 ERA in four starts for Memphis with 26 strikeouts in 21 1-3 innings. He threw eight shutout innings against Rock Round his last start on April 28.

Lyons is 2-8 with a 4.62 ERA in 23 career major league appearances, including 12 starts. He worked 4 2-3 innings scoreless innings in relief with a career-high eight strikeouts in the first game of a double-header against the Cubs on Aug. 30, 2014.

Tuivailala appeared in one game with St. Louis, allowing one run in two innings Sunday against the Pirates.

 

Cards’ Garcia throws 70 pitches, could begin rehab Sunday

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May 6th, 2015 by Ric Hanson

ST. LOUIS (AP) — St. Louis Cardinals left-hander Jaime Garcia threw 70 pitches during an extended spring training outing and could begin a rehab assignment Sunday. Garcia is trying to come back after a setback in his rehab from thoracic outlet surgery in spring training. General manager John Mozeliak said Garcia told him he felt a lot stronger and was “extremely optimistic,” but he wanted to see how Garcia felt today (Wednesday).

Garcia and fellow lefty Marco Gonzales are potential options to fill the rotation spot of ace Adam Wainwright, out for the season with a torn left Achilles. Gonzales is coming back from an early season shoulder injury and is set to pitch Saturday for Triple-A Memphis. Mozeliak said Gonzales would likely be on a pitch count.

 

Cardinals rally past Cubs again, win 7-4

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May 6th, 2015 by Ric Hanson

ST. LOUIS (AP) — Pinch-hitter Mark Reynolds doubled off the wall in center field to snap a tie in the sixth inning and the St. Louis Cardinals rallied from three runs down to beat the Chicago Cubs 7-4 on Tuesday night, their eighth straight victory.

Matt Carpenter of St. Louis tied the game with a three-run homer off Kyle Hendricks in the fifth and finished with four RBIs. Kolten Wong added an RBI in the seventh on an infield single, his third hit of the game, and Trevor Rosenthal earned his ninth save in 10 chances.

Anthony Rizzo had three hits and a walk but grounded out with the bases loaded against Miguel Socolovich to end the eighth. Starlin Castro had two RBIs on a forceout in the fifth when the Cardinals couldn’t quite turn a double play and rookie Kris Bryant scored from second. The Cubs have lost a season-long four straight.

 

Vikings agree to deals with 10 undrafted rookies including ISU’s Farniok

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May 5th, 2015 by Ric Hanson

EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. (AP) — The Minnesota Vikings have agreed to terms with contracts with 10 undrafted rookies, including Virginia safety Anthony Harris. The Vikings announced the deals Tuesday. Harris was widely pegged as a mid-to-late-round pick, but concerns about a shoulder injury likely contributed to his fall off the board. Harris ran a 4.56-second 40-yard dash at the NFL scouting combine, tied for seventh fastest at his position. He had 11 interceptions at Virginia.

Others who agreed to contracts were Tennessee cornerback Justin Coleman, Notre Dame wide receiver DaVaris Daniels, Iowa State center Tom Farniok, Old Dominion quarterback Taylor Heinicke, BYU wide receiver Jordan Leslie, Pittsburg State wide receiver Gavin Lutman, Boise State fullback Blake Renaud, Saginaw Valley State guard Jesse Somsel and Boston College guard Bobby Vardaro.