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Monday Girls First Round Regional Golf Results

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May 13th, 2013 by Jim Field

Class 1-A @ Dunlap Golf Course

Team Results:

  1. Exira/EHK  453 (Regional Final Qualifier)
  2. Guthrie Center  487  (Regional Final Qualifier)
  3. Boyer Valley  495
  4. Coon Rapids-Bayard  503

Individual Qualifiers:

  1. Kara Collins, Exira/EHK  101
  2. Jessica Wood, Exira/EHK  104
  3. Mallory Osen, Guthrie Center  111
  4. Maria Ahrens, Guthrie Center  113
  5. Katie Cogdill, Coon Rapids-Bayard  114

Class 1-A @ Griswold Golf and Country Club

Team Results:

  1. Corning  416  (Regional Final Qualifier)
  2. Griswold  426  (Regional Final Qualifier)
  3. Earlham  453
  4. Villisca  453
  5. Lenox  639
  6. Bedford  685

Individual Qualifiers:

  1. Kaleigh Westlake, Corning  91
  2. Bailey Heaton, Corning  93
  3. Cassidy Legg, Griswold  97
  4. Alex Potzner, Earlham  102
  5. Serena Robinette, Griswold  103

Class 2-A @ Greenfield Golf Club

Team Results:

  1. Audubon  366  (Regional Final Qualifier)
  2. Central Decatur  376  (Regional Final Qualifier)
  3. Treynor  409
  4. Underwood  460
  5. St. Albert  527
  6. Southwest Iowa  531

Individual Qualifiers:

  1. Susie Bylund, Audubon  84
  2. Lexie Thygesen, Audubon  86
  3. Shelby Williams, CAM/AC  89
  4. Katie Havens, Central Decatur  92
  5. Sadie Greene, Central Decatur  92
  6. Rachel Flug, Audubon  92

Class 2-A @ Onawa Country Club

Team Results:

  1. Maple Valley-Anthon-Oto  431  (Regional Final Qualifier)
  2. Ridge View  447  (Regional Final Qualifier)
  3. Missouri Valley  458
  4. Woodbury Central  460
  5. West Monona  470
  6. A-H-S-T  493
  7. Tri-Center  504
  8. IKM-Manning  572

Individual Qualifiers:

  1. Taylor Gardner, Missouri Valley  89
  2. Summer Beery, MVAO  102
  3. Katie Eckert, Woodbury Central  105
  4. Nicole Tiarks, A-H-S-T  107
  5. Cierra Boyer, MVAO  107

Class 3-A @ Shenandoah American Legion Country Club

Team Results:

  1. Atlantic  374  (Regional Final Qualifier)
  2. Clarinda  385  (Regional Final Qualifier)
  3. Shenandoah  428
  4. Chariton  447
  5. Clarke  460
  6. Greene County  491
  7. Red Oak  608

Individual Qualifiers:

  1. Brooke Fletcher, Atlantic  83
  2. Elie Shane, Clarinda  91
  3. Bailey Walter, Atlantic  92
  4. Shelby Worth, Atlantic  94
  5. Beth Anderson, Clarinda  96

Chiefs sign RB Knile Davis

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May 13th, 2013 by Ric Hanson

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) – The Kansas City Chiefs have signed running back Knile Davis, a third-round pick out of Arkansas.  Davis was selected 96th overall in last month’s draft. Terms were not released Monday.

Davis had a monster sophomore season for Arkansas, running for 1,322 yards and 13 touchdowns. But the 227-pound Davis broke an ankle as a junior, and a combination of uncertainty on the coaching staff and his fumbling problems resulted in a rough junior season. He only ran for 377 yards and two touchdowns last year.

The Chiefs hope Davis can take some of the burden off Pro Bowl ball carrier Jamaal Charles.

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Local State Track & Field Qualifiers

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May 13th, 2013 by Jim Field

Click on the class listing to see the complete list.  CLICK HERE to see the state meet schedule.

GIRLS
Class 1-A
Adair-Casey (2)
Katie Clarke, 400
4×800 meter relay

A-H-S-T (2)
Shaila Bird, 400
800 sprint medley

Audubon (6)
Emma Konkler, 100, 200
Emily Nelson, 100
4×100 meter relay
4×800 meter relay
shuttle hurdle relay

Corning (6)
Tiffany Shepherd, 3000, 1500, 800
Andrea Boswell, high jump
Carly Pappas, discus
distance medley

Exira/EHK (2)
Jennifer Neville, 400
4×800 meter relay

Griswold (14)
Rebekah Topham, 3000, 1500, 800, 400 hurdles
Jordyn Sindt, 3000, 1500, 800, 400 hurdles
Larissa Backhaus, 200
4×200 meter relay
4×800 meter relay
shuttle hurdle relay
distance medley
800 sprint medley

Riverside (2)
4×100 meter relay
4×200 meter relay

Villisca (2)
Morganne Haer, 800, long jump

Class 2-A
IKM-Manning (5)
Sarah Schlichte, 400
Kaylee Blake, discus, shot put
Caitlyn Eischeid, shot put
shuttle hurdle relay

Missouri Valley (2)
Hailey Hellstrom, 100 hurdles
shuttle hurdle relay

Nodaway Valley (3)
Destiny Scar, 3000
Josie Carter, long jump
shuttle hurdle relay

Treynor (12)
Kaitlin Killinger, 3000
Chaley Rath, 100 hurdles, 400 hurdles, high jump
Callie Calfee, long jump
Paige Volkens, discus
shuttle hurdle relay
4×100 meter relay
4×200 meter relay
4×400 meter relay
4×800 meter relay
distance medley

Tri-Center (8)
Kari Witt, 200, 400
Michelle Mumm, 800
Alex Larsen, 1500
4×400 meter relay
4×800 meter relay
800 sprint medley
distance medley

Class 3-A
Atlantic (1)
Tiffany Williams, 3000

Creston (4)
4×800 meter relay
distance medley relay
Maria Mostek, 1500
Brianna Maitlen, long jump

Denison (5)
4×100 meter relay
4×200 meter relay
Megan Ellerbeck, 100
Alyssa Rihner, 400
Valerie Johnson, discus

Glenwood (13)
Shuttle Hurdle Relay
4×100 meter relay
4×200 meter relay
4×800 meter relay
800 meter medley relay
Kecia Caudill, 100
Courtney Magnussen, 100
Miranda Ruth, 100 hurdles, 400 hurdles
Molly Dean, 400 hurdles
Sarah Salerno, long jump
Bailey Starner, discus
Jacy Embray, shot put
Harlan (13)
Shuttle Hurdle Relay
4×200 meter relay
4×400 meter relay
4×800 meter relay
800 meter medley relay
distance medley relay
Mikayla Evers, 400
Jessica Feldman, 800
Bailey Kuhl, 800
Dena Baughman, 100 hurdles, high jump
Liz Riessen, high jump
Ashton Weyer, discus

BOYS
Class 1-A
A-H-S-T (2)
Tyler Robinson, 100, 200

Adair-Casey (3)
4×100 relay
Clayton Plowman, 100
Emmitt Wheatley, 200

Audubon (3)
4×200 relay
shuttle hurdle
Trevor Smith, 800

CAM (2)
4×400 relay
Trevor McKee, 400 hurdles

Corning (1)
Keegan Longabaugh, discus

Exira/EHK (1)
Cole Anderson, 400 hurdles

Griswold (6)
4×100 relay
4×200 relay
4×800 relay
distance medley
shuttle hurdle
Collin Fast, shot put

Riverside (4)
distance medley
Zach Morris, 400
Rick Williams, discus, shot put

Villisca (2)
Travis Herzberg, 400, 800

Class 2-A
Clarinda (4)
Justin Cabeen, 800 meter run
Noah Bix, high jump
Trent Aldrich, discus throw
Jared DeVoe, shot put

IKM-Manning (4)
Dillon Muhlbauer, 110 hurdles
Sam Wegner, high jump
Casey Berg, long jump
distance medley

Kuemper Catholic (4)
Dustin Werner, 1600
Chase Rupiper, high jump, long jump
Riley Bach, shot put

Missouri Valley (4)
Barron Norman, 100, 200
Michael West, 110 hurdles
distance medley

Nodaway Valley (4)
Colton Graham, 3200
Alex Welsch, 110 hurdles, high jump
Tim Hansen, discus

Red Oak (1)
Casey Dykes, 400

Shenandoah (4)
Joe Racine, 100
Sean Skillern, 1600
Kyle Hiser, 400 hurdles
4×200 meter relay

St. Albert (10)
Eric Johnson, 100
Ryan Wettengel, 200
Tucker Culjat, 400, 400 hurdles
Evan Siegrist, 3200
4×100 meter relay
4×200 meter relay
4×400 meter relay
4×800 meter relay
distance medley

Treynor (3)
Dane Livengood, 100, long jump
4×800 meter relay

Tri-Center (2)
Dog Hoke, 400
4×100 meter relay

Class 3-A
Atlantic (1)
Jake Auerbach, 400 hurdles

Creston (7)
4×400 meter relay
4×800 meter relay
Jay Wolfe, 400, 800
Brandon Phipps, 3200
Briar Evans, 400 hurdles
Luke Neitzel, long jump

Denison (2)
Andrew Overton, discus, shot put

Glenwood (19)
4×100 meter relay
4×200 meter relay
4×400 meter relay
4×800 meter relay
1600 meter medley relay
shuttle hurdle relay
Grant May, 200, long jump
Derek Jones, 400, 400 hurdles
Brogan Weddum, 400
Jared Cook, 800
Dane Kruse, 110 hurdles
Mitch Bowden, 110 hurdles, high jump
Brady Douma, long jump
Cameron Joy, discus
Connor Fikes, discus
JJ Hahn, shot put

Harlan (15)
4×100 meter relay
4×200 meter relay
4×400 meter relay
4×800 meter relay
shuttle hurdle relay
Joey Foss, 100, 200
Matt Evers, 200
Philip Sciranko, 1600, 3200
Austin Hess, 110 hurdles
Conner Clayton, 400 hurdles
Tony Dawson, high jump
Cale Stork, discus
Nic Kornischuk, shot put

 

Cardinals place Westbrook on 15-day DL

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May 13th, 2013 by Ric Hanson

ST. LOUIS (AP) — The Cardinals put right-hander Jake Westbrook on the 15-day disabled list with elbow inflammation and plan to select the contract of left-hander John Gast in time for Tuesday night’s game against the New York Mets. To make room for Gast on the major league roster, the team said Sunday that injured closer Jason Motte will be moved to the 60-day disabled list while rehabilitating from reconstructive elbow surgery. Westbrook is 2-1 with a 1.62 ERA in seven starts. His DL move was retroactive to May 9.

Gast was the team’s minor league player of the month in April, going 3-1 with a 1.16 ERA in six starts at Triple-A Memphis. He began the season with 32 consecutive scoreless innings.

De La Rosa dominates, Rockies beat Cardinals 8-2

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May 12th, 2013 by Ric Hanson

ST. LOUIS (AP) — Jorge De La Rosa held the St. Louis Cardinals hitless into the seventh inning and Troy Tulowitzki’s three-run homer ended Colorado’s scoreless streak at 28 innings, sending the Rockies to an 8-2 victory Sunday. De La Rosa did not allow a hit until David Freese’s two-out single in the seventh, answering a pair of pitching gems by St. Louis over the weekend.

Charlie Blackmon added a two-run homer off Jaime Garcia (4-2) for the Rockies, who snapped a four-game skid. They finished with 11 hits after totaling three in consecutive shutout losses to rookie Shelby Miller and Adam Wainwright. Nolan Arenado, who singled with one out in the eighth to break up Wainwright’s no-hit bid Saturday, was among four Rockies with two hits apiece.

Vols QB Tyler Bray getting shot with Chiefs

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May 12th, 2013 by Ric Hanson

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) – Tyler Bray believes that every rookie has something to prove. He may have more than most. The former Tennessee quarterback left school a year early hoping he’d be chosen highly in the draft, but every team passed on him over the course of seven agonizing rounds. So he wound up signing with Kansas City as an undrafted free agent, and is now trying to make the team.

He’s been participating in the Chiefs’ rookie minicamp that finishes up Sunday.  Bray put up big numbers as a starter with the Vols, but questions about his maturity and some minor off-the-field incidents caused his stock to drop. Still, he had one of the biggest arms of the rookies coming out, and the Chiefs hope he can compete for a backup job.

Wainwright leads Cards to a 3-0 victory over the Rockies, Saturday

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May 12th, 2013 by Ric Hanson

ST. LOUIS (AP) — Adam Wainwright carried a no-hitter into the eighth inning in a 3-0 Cardinals victory over the Colorado Rockies yesterday. The Rockies had been hitless in 49 consecutive at-bats before Nolan Arenado lined a hit to center field. The 49 at-bats is the longest hitless stretch since a 50 at-bat streak against the Los Angeles Dodgers in 1981.

Longtime head of girls athletic union dies at 90

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May 12th, 2013 by Ric Hanson

DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — The longtime head of the Iowa Girls High School Athletic Union has died at age 90. The organization announced that E. Wayne Cooley died Saturday. Cooley became executive secretary of the athletic union in 1954. Over the next 48 years, he led an expansion of interscholastic activities from the single sport of basketball to include track and field, cross country, softball, golf, swimming, tennis, volleyball and soccer.

Much of the expansion came before federal Title IX rules were implemented, expanding opportunities for female athletes. Cooley was born Sept. 16, 1922, in Mercer, Mo. He married Gertrude “Gerry” Konkol in 1944 and they had two children. After his wife’s death, he married Wendy Wykoff in 1987. He graduated from Buena Vista University and was a naval officer during World War II.

Saturday Girls Regional Team Tennis

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May 12th, 2013 by Jim Field

Results from Glenwood:

First Round:

Glenwood 5, Harlan 0

Atlantic 5, St. Albert 3

Atlantic results:

Singles:

#1 Joni Thomas 12 (SA) over Leah Tjepkes 11 (A) 6-3 7-6(1)
#2 Lexi Allen 11 (A) over Julienne Johnson 12 (SA) 6-3 6-3
#3 Lisa Gearheart 11 (A) over Maddy Punteney 12 (SA) 6-1 6-3
#4 Ava Pavlik 9 (SA) over Hope Bowker 12 (A) 4-6 6-4 1-0(6)
#5 Libby Gifford 12 (A) over Victoria Kragscow 10 (SA) 6-1 6-2
#6 Mollee Welter 10 (A) over Tess Puntney 10 (SA) 6-0 6-0

Doubles:

#1 Thomas/Johnson (SA) over Tjepkes/Allen 4-6 6-4 1-0(8)
#2 (play suspended due to dual being decided — Punteney/Pavlik won first set 6-4)
#3 Bowker/Gifford (A) over Kragscow/Puntney 6-1 6-1

2nd Round:

Glenwood 5, Atlantic 0

Singles:

#1 Ons Souissi 12 over Leah Tjepkes 6-2 6-0
#2 Rachel Tucker 12 over Lexi Allen 6-3 6-0
#3 Grace Newman 12 over Lisa Gearheart 6-1 6-2
#4 Montana Crow 12 over Hope Bowker 6-0 6-1
#5 Jana King 10 over Libby Gifford 6-1 6-1
#6 (play suspended due to dual being decided — Maggie Fineran 10 was leading Mollee Welter 6-2 4-1)

Glenwood advances to Third Round May 18

Coach Shawn Petersen comments:

Tough day conditions-wise for the girls today — chilly and steady brisk wind out of the north — but I thought our girls for the most part handled it well; It was nice getting a win today — the first of the year for us; I was very happy for the team — the girls have worked awfully hard and have played all of the best teams around — even though I know they’ve shown improvement, it’s tough to keep grinding when the losses are piling up. We played Glenwood earlier in the year and got blown off the courts — even though the scores look lopsided against a very talented Rams team, our girls really played well and competed very hard — I was proud of their efforts today. Atlantic travels to Carroll for the H10 Conference Tournament Monday, before competing in Individual Regional competition on Thursday at Shenandoah.