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Monday Track Results

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April 14th, 2015 by Jim Field

Glenwood Ram Relays
1. Glenwood 171
2. Shenandoah 107
3. Clarinda 101
4. Fremont-Mills 72
5. Nishnabotna 50.5
6. Southwest Valley 43
7. Griswold 37.5
8. Red Oak 36
9. East Mills 31
10. Bedford 16
11. Lenox 13
12. Sidney 11
13. Essex 10
14. South Page 2

1st Place :
100 – James Fuller, Glenwood
200 – Carter Von Essen, Glenwood
400 – Jacob Carlson, Clarinda
800 – Joe Blake, Shenandoah
1600 – Josh Haning, Nishnabotna
3200 – Josh Sunberg, Red Oak
110 Hurdles – Dane Kruse, Glenwood
400 Hurdles – Caleb Petersen, Glenwood
4 x 100 – Glenwood
4 x 200 – Glenwood
4 x 400 – Glenwood
4 x 800 – Glenwood
Shuttle Hurdle – Glenwood
Distance Medley – Shenandoah
Discus – Austin Fichter, Shenandoah
Long Jump – Jett Kettwick, Clarinda
Shot Put – Jared DeVoe, Clarinda
High Jump – Colt Scott, Bedford

Lady Panther Relays @ Creston
Class A
1. Creston 126
2. Shenandoah 119
3. Clarinda 82
4. Atlantic 56
5. Clarke 35
5. Interstate 35 35

1st Place:
100 – Jaedra Moses, Clarinda
200 – Jaedra Moses, Clarinda
400 – Serena Parker, Shenandoah
800 – Natalie Mostek, Creston
1500 – Maria Mostek, Creston
3000 – Tiffany Williams, Atlantic
100 Hurdles – Bailey Zimmerman, Clarinda
400 Hurdles – Sydney Nielsen, Shenandoah
4×100 – Clarinda
4×200 – Clarinda
4×400 – Creston
4×800 – Creston
Sprint Medley – Creston
Distance Medley – Creston
High Jump – Breanna Wallace, Creston
Discus – Serena Parker, Shenandoah
Shot Put – Serena Parker, Shenandoah
Long Jump – Sydney Nielsen, Shenandoah

Class B
1. Mount Ayr 79
2. Lenox 73
3. Guthrie Center 64
4. Martensdale-St. Mary’s 56
5. Stanton 43

1st Place:
100 – Rachel Rumelhart, Guthrie Center
200 – Aurora Arevalo, Lenox
400 – Sydney Danker, Guthrie Center
800 – Katie Dukes, Lenox
1500 – Maddie Lohrmann, Diagonal
3000 – Nicole Graham, Stanton
100 Hurdles – Rachel Rumelhart, Guthrie Center
400 Hurdles – Sydney Danker, Guthrie Center
4×100 – Guthrie Center
4×200 – Mount Ayr
4×400 – Mount Ayr
4×800 – Mount Ayr
Sprint Medley – Lenox
Distance Medley – Lenox
Shuttle Hurdle – Stanton
Discus – Katie Holmes, Mount Ayr
Long Jump – Katie Dukes, Lenox
Shot Put – Aurora Arevalo, Lenox

Tri-Center Trojan Invitational
1. Missouri Valley 88
2. St. Albert 77.3
3. Thomas Jefferson 60
4. Underwood 52.3
5. Tri-Center 52
6. A-H-S-T-W 50
7. Treynor 46.3
8. West Harrison 46
9. Adair-Casey 40
10. Clarinda Academy 21
11. Westwood 15
12. Riverside 10

1st Place:
100 – Emmitt Wheatley, Adair-Casey
200 – Emmitt Wheatley, Adair-Casey
400 – Nick Schnitker, Tri-Center
800 – Drew Pauley, Missouri Valley
1600 – Eldon Warner, Thoms Jefferson
3200 – Max Ross, St. Albert
100 Hurdles – Justin Miller, Missouri Valley
400 Hurdles – Nick Pedersen, Underwood
4 x 100 – Missouri Valley
4 x 200 – Thomas Jefferson
4 x 400 – St. Albert
4 x 800 – Tri-Center
Shuttle Hurdles – Underwood
Distance Medley – Thomas Jefferson
Shot Put – Jackson Scott-Brown, St. Albert
Discus – Jackson Scott-Brown, St. Albert
High Jump – Lee Whyte, A-H-S-T-W
Long Jump – Brett Daley, Treynor

Carroll Coed Relays
Girls
1. Greene County 177
2. Maple Valley 99
3. IKM-Manning 87
4. Perry 65
5. Audubon 54
5. Carroll 54
7. Woodward-Granger 52

1st Place:
100 – Abby Musser, W-G
200 – Olivia Hansen, GC
400 – Emma Olejniczak, Perry
800 – Emalee Fundermann, MV
1500 – Payton Sporrer, IKM-M
3000 – Grace Stewart, Perry
100 Hurdles – Eme Johnson, GC
400 Hurdles – Abby Musser, W-G
4 x 100 – Greene County
4 x 200 – Greene County
4 x 400 – Maple Valley
4 x 800 – IKM-Manning
Sprint Medley – Greene County
Distance Medley – Maple Valley
Shuttle Hurdle – Greene County
High Jump – Jessica Singsank, IKM-M
Long Jump – Emma Saddoris, GC
Shot Put – Bianca Irbeck, Caroll
Discus – Hannah Onken, GC

Boys
1. Carroll 131
2. IKM-Manning 124
3. Greene County 93
4. Audubon 64
5. Perry 59
6. Woodward-Granger 40
7. Maple Valley 36
8. Glidden-Ralston 11

1st Place:
100 – Dylan Millermon, Carroll
200 – Sam Wegner, IKM-M
400 – Tom Feldman, Carroll
800 – Chandler Hagen, Carroll
1600 – Chandler Hagen, Carroll
3200 – Keegan Pfau, Perry
110 Hurdles – Mitchell Nelson, Audubon
400 Hurdles – Daric Whipple, GC
4 x 100 – Carroll
4 x 200 – Carroll
4 x 400 – IKM-Manning
4 x 800 – IKM-Manning
Distance Medley – Perry
Shuttle Hurdle – Audubon
High Jump – Scott James, Perry
Long Jump – Dalton Helmkamp, Carroll
Shot Put – Alex Rasmussen, GC
Discus – Alex Rasmussen, GC

Garza, Brewers spoil Cardinals home opener, 5-4

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April 14th, 2015 by Ric Hanson

ST. LOUIS (AP) — Matt Garza overcame five walks to earn his first career win in St. Louis and Carlos Gomez had two hits and an RBI for the Milwaukee Brewers, who spoiled the Cardinals’ home opener with a 5-4 victory on Monday. Adam Wainwright (1-1) started his fourth opener at 10-year-old Busch Stadium and gave up five runs — three earned — in seven innings. Jhonny Peralta had two hits, including a two-run double off Jeremy Jeffress that cut the deficit to a run in the seventh.

Francisco Rodriguez earned his first save, helping himself with the defensive play of the game when he reached behind his head and snared Peralta’s liner leading off the ninth. Play was sloppy with Milwaukee shortstop Jean Segura and Cardinals second baseman Kolten Wong committing two errors apiece.

 

Monday Soccer/Golf/Tennis Results

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April 13th, 2015 by Jim Field

Girls Soccer:

  • Lewis Central 4, Atlantic 1
  • St. Albert 5, Treynor 0
  • Ballard 7, Carroll 0
  • Glenwood 1, CB Thomas Jefferson 0
  • Tri-Center 5, Harlan 1
  • Underwood 1, Nodaway Valley/WCV/Adair-Casey 0
  • Missouri Valley 2, Riverside 0

Boys Soccer:

  • St. Albert 5, Atlantic 3
  • Creston 8, Nodaway Valley 0
  • Harlan 3, Tri-Center 1
  • A-H-S-T-W 7, Missouri Valley 0
  • Glenwood 3, Lewis Central 2 (OT)

Girls Golf:

  • Kuemper Catholic 201, Harlan 204 (Medalist: McKenna Ludwig, Kuemper 47)
  • Southwest Valley 215, Red Oak 251 (Medalist: Taylor Damewood, SWV 50)
  • Tri-Center 212, Griswold 225 (Medalist: Kara Johnson T-C 49)
  • Treynor 211, A-H-S-T-W 225 (Medalist: Aly Anderson, Treynor 42)
  • Lewis Central 192, Glenwood 247 (Medalist: Opal Fox, LC 43)
  • Nishnabotna 272, Bedford No Score (Medalist: Miranda Scroggie, Nishnabotna 50)
  • Boyer Valley 219, CAM 223, Exira/EHK 234, Charter Oak-Ute 242, Coon Rapids-Bayard 249, Glidden-Ralston 262, Woodbine N0 Score (Medalist: Madison Standley, G-R 47)
  • Nodaway Valley 263, Martensdale-St. Mary’s 276, Mount Ayr No Score, Southeast Warren No Score
  • Underwood 219, Audubon No Score, Heartland Christian No Score (Medalist: Rachel Telen, Underwood 48)
  • IKM-Manning 178, Riverside 184 (Medalist: Mikasia Jacobsen, IKM-Manning 47)

Boys Golf:

  • Kuemper Catholic 156, Harlan 160 (Medalist:  Max Langenfeld, Harlan 37)
  • Red Oak 168, Southwest Valley 196 (Medalist: Nick Carlson, RO 37)
  • Griswold 167, Tri-Center 244 (Medalist: James Reynolds, Griswold 37)
  • A-H-S-T-W 177, Treynor 186 (Medalist: Erik Jorgensen, A-H-S-T-W 41)
  • IKM-Manning 178, Riverside 184 (Medalist: Dylan McClain, Riverside 40)
  • Audubon 177, Underwood 188, Heartland Christian 240 (Medalist: Micky Williamson, Audubon 42)
  • Boyer Valley 175, Coon Rapids-Bayard 178, Exira/EHK 199, Woodbine 199, Glidden-Ralston 204, CAM 210, Charter Oak-Ute 218, Adair-Casey 279 (Medalist: Kyle Behrendt, BV 38)
  • Nodaway Valley 187, Mount Ayr 193, Martensdale-St. Mary’s 215, Southeast Warren 224
  • Glenwood 176, Lewis Central 183
  • Nishnabotna 199, Bedford No Score (Medalist: Tyler Beam, Nishnabotna 40)

Girls Tennis:

  • Red Oak 9, Kuemper Catholic 0
  • Glenwood 6, Lewis Central 3
  • Shenandoah 5, Denison 4

Boys Tennis:

  • Audubon 7 St. Albert 2
  • Kuemper Catholic 6, Red Oak 3
  • Creston/O-M 7, Southwest Valley 2
  • Glenwood 6, Lewis Central 3

Masters champ to play in John Deere Classic

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April 13th, 2015 by Ric Hanson

Golf’s newly crowned Masters champion will play in the John Deere Classic near the Quad Cities in July. Twenty-one year old Jordan Spieth tied a Masters’ record by finishing 18 under par. He won the John Deere Classic as a teenager back in 2013.
John Deere Classic Tournament director Clair Peterson says they are excited to have the reigning Masters champ as part of the field.

Peterson gave Spieth a sponsor’s exemption to play in the John Deere Classic when he was 18 years old. Over the years the John Deere Classic has given sponsor exemptions to players who Peterson feels will have a bright future on tour.

This year’s John Deere Classic is July ninth through the 12th.

(Learfield Sports)

Iowa to Host Pitt, Minnesota at Night

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April 13th, 2015 by Jim Field

IOWA CITY, Iowa (AP) — Iowa will play its first night games at Kinnick Stadium in three years with a pair of primetime contests this fall.

The Big Ten Network and the league announced Monday that the Hawkeyes will host Pittsburgh on Sept. 19 and Minnesota on Nov. 14 in primetime.

It will be the first time Iowa has hosted multiple night games in the same season. Since Kinnick Stadium is one of the few nationally without permanent lights, temporary lighting will be brought it.

Iowa last played a night game at home in 2012, when it was blasted by Penn State.

 

(Podcast) KJAN Sports report, 4/13/2015

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April 13th, 2015 by Ric Hanson

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Saturday High School Sports Results

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April 13th, 2015 by Jim Field

Girls Soccer:
Kuemper Catholic 3, Boone 1
Gilbert 4, Kuemper Catholic 0

Boys Soccer:
Johnston 5, Glenwood 1
Glenwood 5, Nevada 1

Shenandoah Fillies Tennis Invitational
1. Denison 14
2. Shenandoah 12
3. Glenwood 8
4.  St. Albert 6

#1 Singles:
1st Place: Mara Pirscoveanu (Den) beat Jana King (Glen)
3rd Place: Sarah Wood (Shen) beat Jenna Carlson (St. A)

#2 Singles:
1st Place: Paige Lansink (Den) beat Jenna Cox (St. A)
3rd Place: Marilyn Cepeda (Shen) beat Ellie Osterloh (Glen)

#1 Doubles:
1st Place: Hannah Dailey/Heidi Fichter (Shen) beat Amber Hrabik/Jacque Ingram (Den)
3rd Place: Abby Osterloh/Maggie Finnegan (Glen) beat Hannah Schweitzer/Liz Luke (St. A)

 

#2 Doubles:
1st Place: Jordan Major/Jenna Hogue (Shen) beat Olivia Ipsen/Sophia Schultz (Den)
3rd Place: Ashley Hirt/Sam Umberger (Glen) beat Sydney Fields/Kasi Cox (St. A)

2 Iowa State football players arrested after spring game

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April 13th, 2015 by Ric Hanson

DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — Two Iowa State University football players were arrested in separate incidents after Saturday’s spring game. The Des Moines Register reports 20-year-old Jack Rhoads, who is the son of coach Paul Rhoads, was one of the two players arrested. The other player was 23-year-old Terry Ayeni.

Neither player appeared in court. They were no longer in custody Sunday morning. Coach Paul Rhoads said he’s aware of the situation and will gather more information before deciding what discipline the players will face. Police records say that Jack Rhoads was arrested around 11:30 p.m. Saturday on suspicion of public intoxication.

Ames Police Sergeant Joel Congdon says officers say Ayeni punch another man early Sunday when they were called to break up a scuffle. He is suspected of disorderly conduct.

Carpenter’s 2-run homer in 11th lifts Cards over Reds 7-5

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April 12th, 2015 by Ric Hanson

CINCINNATI (AP) – Matt Carpenter hit a two-run homer off Kevin Gregg in the 11th inning, lifting the St. Louis Cardinals over Cincinnati 7-5 Sunday in a game that featured the major league debut of Cuban right-hander Raisel Iglesias for the Reds.
Carpenter’s 392-foot drive to center on a full-count pitch from Gregg (0-1) followed Kolten Wong’s single.  Carlos Villanueva (1-0) pitched two innings, working out of a bases-loaded jam in the 10th by striking out Todd Frazier.

St. Louis took two of three in the series and has won 13 consecutive three-game series against Cincinnati. Iglesias allowed three runs and five hits in five innings with two walks and four strikeouts. Signed last July to a $27 million, seven-year contract, he became the first Reds player since Mike Leake in 2010 to reach the majors without playing a minor league game.

Iowa looks to rebound after 7-6 season

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April 12th, 2015 by Ric Hanson

WEST DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) – Perhaps the most crucial spring practice session of Iowa coach Kirk Ferentz’s 17-year tenure reached the halfway point Saturday. For the third spring game in a row, the Hawkeyes travelled to West Des Moines, Iowa – just minutes away from the state capitol and about a 30-minute drive from Iowa State’s spring scrimmage on Saturday.

Iowa is coming off a disappointing 7-6 season and must replace key starters on both sides of the ball. The offensive and defensive lines are in flux, and C.J. Beathard has taken over at quarterback for Jake Rudock, who will transfer after losing the starting job. “It’s our ninth practice,” Ferentz said. “Depth is always an issue in spring practice and it’s certainly something we’ll continue to develop.”