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Monday High School Basketball Scores

Sports

January 29th, 2013 by Ric Hanson

BOYS BASKETBALL
Essex 58, Craig-Fairfax, Mo. 38
Glidden-Ralston 52, Orient-Macksburg 38
Red Oak 73, Fremont-Mills 41

Western Valley Conference Tournament
Consolation
Boyer Valley 59, Ar-We-Va 48
Maple Valley-Anthon-Oto 67, OA-BCIG 64 (3OT)
Ridge View 49, Westwood 43
River Valley 62, Siouxland Community Christian 54
West Harrison 97, Charter Oak-Ute 72
Woodbine 56, Whiting 45

Semifinal
IKM-Manning 63, West Monona 58
Lawton-Bronson 67, Woodbury Central 57

GIRLS BASKETBALL
Harlan 53, Red Oak 51

INF Ronny Cedeno, Cardinals agree to $1.15M deal

Sports

January 29th, 2013 by Ric Hanson

ST. LOUIS (AP) — Infielder Ronny Cedeno has agreed to a $1.15 million, one-year contract with the St. Louis Cardinals. Cedeno can earn an additional $850,000 in performance bonuses under Monday’s deal: $170,000 each for 200, 250, 300, 250 and 400 plate appearances. The 29-year-old .259 with four homers and 22 RBIs last year for the New York Mets. An eight-year big league veteran, he has a .247 career average for the Chicago Cubs, Seattle, Pittsburgh and the Mets.

To make room on the 40-man roster, the Cardinals designated left-handed pitcher Barret Browning for assignment. St. Louis also agreed to minor league contracts with catchers Rob Johnson and J.R. Towles and outfielder Justin Christian, and hired former catcher Bengie Molina as assistant hitting coach. He is the older brother of Cardinals catcher Yadier Molina.

8AM Sportscast 01-28-2013

Podcasts, Sports

January 28th, 2013 by Chris Parks

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Saturday Wrestling Results

Sports

January 28th, 2013 by Jim Field

HAWKEYE 10 CHAMPIONSHIPS:

Team Scores:

  1. Creston/OM  242.5
  2. Glenwood  223
  3. Clarinda  165
  4. Atlantic/CAM  140.5
  5. Harlan  124
  6. Lewis Central 108.5
  7. Kuemper Catholic 96
  8. Red Oak 70
  9. Shenandoah 69.5
  10. Denison 48

Individual Results:

106
1st – Tanner Mertz, Red Oak
2nd – Chase Evans, Glenwood
3rd – Josef Rogers, Denison
4th – Paxton Whiteaker, Lewis Central
5th – Wil Beach, Harlan
6th – Nate Hoyt, Shenandoah

113
1st – Kruz Adamson, Creston/OM
2nd – Cole Peckham,Glenwood
3rd – Zac McCoy, Shenandoah
4th – Dakota Petty, Red Oak
5th – Jorge Partida, Denison
6th – Chris Hopkins, Harlan

120
1st – Blake Luna, Clarinda
2nd – Dillion Cox, Atlantic/CAM
3rd – Broghan Kelly, Harlan
4th – Matt Malcom, Glenwood
5th – Sean Skillern, Shenandoah
6th – Wyatt Thompson, Creston/OM

126
1st – Sam Jameson, Glenwood
2nd – Jared Eischeid, Kuemper Catholic
3rd – Cole Race, Clarinda
4th – Marshal McDermott, Atlantic/CAM
5th – Gage Cheers, Clarinda
6th – Jordan Bailey, Lewis Central

132
1st – Alexander Schmitz, Kuemper Catholic
2nd – Seth Warren, Glenwood
3rd – Reid Nichols, Atlantic/CAM
4th – Joseph Heitshusen, Shenandoah
5th – Joey Huntington, Creston/OM
6th – Jordan Bailey, Lewis Central

138
1st – Jake Marlin, Creston/OM
2nd – Jesse Bendt, Glenwood
3rd – Trey Stickler, Clarinda
4th – Mason Heredia-Pugh, Lewis Central
5th – Austin Williamson, Atlantic/CAM
6th – Bailey Akers, Red Oak

145
1st – Jacob Johnston, Creston/OM
2nd – Luke Strong, Clarinda
3rd – Kolby Hilgenberg, Kuemper Catholic
4th – Matt Smith, Atlantic/CAM
5th – Andrew Tilley, Glenwood
6th – Jacob Koke, Harlan

152
1st – Josh Clark, Glenwood
2nd – Jesse Rath, Creston/OM
3rd – J.J. Clark, Clarinda
4th – Adam Scharfenkamp, Kuemper Cathlic
5th – Jose Rendon, Shenandoah
6th – Manuel Borroso, Denison

160
1st – Trevor Frain, Creston/OM
2nd – Ryan Nightser, Lewis Central
3rd – Jon Sands, Red Oak
4th – Ross Christie, Clarinda
5th – Jordan Krewson, Glenwood
6th – Austin Foss, Harlan

170
1st – Matt Williamson, Atlantic/CAM
2nd – Adam Baker, Creston/OM
3rd – Christian Lauritsen, Clarinda
4th – Adam Zaccone, Harlan
5th – Hayden Waldstein, Lewis Central
6th – Nick Leinen, Red Oak

182
1st – Austin Lear, Lewis Central
2nd – Seth Maitlen, Creston/OM
3rd – Dallon Bendorf, Harlan
4th – Dusty Swindler, Clarinda
5th – Jordan Mauk, Atlantic/CAM
6th – Nate Phillips, Glenwood

195
1st – Keaton Hulett, Creston/OM
2nd – Cale Stork, Harlan
3rd – Cain Johanns, Clarinda
4th – Tyler Stork, Atlantic/CAM
5th – Logan Ruth, Glenwood
6th – Mitch Cam, Denison

220
1st – Cole Tanner, Creston/OM
2nd – Tyler Christensen, Atlantic/CAM
3rd – Tyler Johannsen, Harlan
4th – Drayton Slaughter, Glenwood
5th – Trevor Johnson, Shenandoah
6th – John Seidl, Kuemper Catholic

285
1st – Alix Killpack, Glenwood
2nd – Zach Renshaw, Lewis Central
3rd – Alex Burch, Kuemper Catholic
4th – Nate Robinson, Creston/OM
5th – Jordan Seibert, Harlan
6th – Dakota Calfee, Clarinda

AUDUBON INVITATIONAL

Team Scores:

  1. Logan-Magnolia  197.5
  2. Audubon  159

Weight Class Champions:

106 – Logan Wood, Corning
113 – Alec Moorman, East Mills
120 – Brad Kerkhoff, Audubon
126 – Kaleb Reynek, Logan-Magnolia
132 – Ridge Meeke, Logan-Magnolia
138 – Brett Marcum, Missouri Valley
145 – Evan Hansen, Exira/EHK
152 – Josh Hopkins, East Mills
160 – Wyatt Lewis, St. Albert
170 – Jake Larsen, A-H-S-T
182 – Jesse Svoboda, Audubon
195 – Trey Sander, Exira/EHK
220 – Logan Melby, Logan-Magnolia
285 – David Howell, East Mills

Purdue defeats Iowa 65-62 in overtime

Sports

January 27th, 2013 by Ric Hanson

WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. (AP) — Terone Johnson had 17 points and 12 rebounds and Ronnie Johnson scored 15 to lead Purdue to a 65-62 victory over Iowa on Sunday. Donnie Hale had 12 points and five rebounds and D.J. Byrd had 10 points and seven rebounds for the Boilermakers (11-9, 4-3 Big Ten), who have won four of their last five.

Mike Gesell had 18 points to lead the Hawkeyes. Roy Devyn Marble, Aaron White and Melsahn Basabe each scored 12 points for Iowa (13-7, 2-5). Basabe also had eight rebounds. Purdue never trailed in overtime. Ronnie Johnson scored the go-ahead basket with 1:27 left in overtime to give Purdue a 61-59 lead. The Hawkeyes missed two free throws and two field goals and Byrd extended the lead with two free throws with 30 seconds left to make it 63-59.

The two teams meet again on Feb. 27 in Iowa City.

Doolittle, Iowa women down No. 23 Michigan 63-57

Sports

January 27th, 2013 by Ric Hanson

ANN ARBOR, Mich. (AP) — Bethany Doolittle tallied 19 points as Iowa avenged a Jan. 6 loss to No. 23 Michigan with a 63-57 victory Sunday. Iowa (16-5, 5-1 Big 10 Conference) trailed 32-30 at halftime, and after briefly leading by three points on Samantha Logic’s jumper with 11:28 left, trailed 52-50 with 6:09 to play. Jamie Printy made it 53-52 with a 3-pointer with 5:52 left, and after two Kate Thompson free throws for Michigan, Doolittle hit a go-ahead jumper that put the Hawkeyes ahead for good with 5:20 to play.

The jumper sparked an 8-1 Iowa run, with Doolittle accounting for all eight points via jump shots. Doolittle hit 9 of 15 from the floor as Iowa drained 46 percent (23 of 50) of its shots. Printy pitched in 14 points. Jenny Ryan led Michigan (16-4, 5-2) with 20 points and four assists. The Wolverines had won the teams’ first matchup 68-64.

Missouri State tops Drake 78-72

Sports

January 27th, 2013 by Ric Hanson

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. (AP) — Anthony Downing scored 26 points to lead Missouri State to a 78-72 victory over Drake on Sunday. Keith Pickens added 19 points and seven rebounds for the Bears (6-15, 4-5 Missouri Valley), who completed the regular-season sweep of the Bulldogs. Missouri State also won 77-65 at Des Moines, Iowa on Jan. 5.

Marcus Marshall scored 12 points for Missouri State. The Bears, who shot 56 percent in the game, trailed by 10 early in the second half but took the lead for good at 58-57 on Downing’s basket with 6:52 to play. Ben Simons led Drake (9-11, 3-6) with 19 points. Micah Mason scored 17 and Seth VanDeest added 12 points for the Bulldogs, who were coming off a 74-69 home win over No. 17 Creighton on Wednesday. The Bears are 21-1 all-time against Drake in Springfield.

Saturday’s Area High School Basketball Scores (from Jan. 26th, 2013)

Sports

January 27th, 2013 by Ric Hanson

BOYS BASKETBALL
Abraham Lincoln 42, Lewis Central 32
Earlham 53, Madrid 47
Griswold 50, Bedford 45
Guthrie Center 68, Ogden 59
Kuemper Catholic 47, St. Edmond 46
Riverside 76, Adair-Casey 68
Treynor 84, Exira/Elk Horn-Kimballton 44

GIRLS BASKETBALL
Adair-Casey 54, Riverside 33
Auburn, Neb. 49, Sidney 31
Clarke 60, Nodaway Valley 38
Abraham Lincoln 39, Lewis Central 36
Earlham 68, Madrid 33
St. Edmond 46, Kuemper Catholic 43
Treynor 68, Exira/Elk Horn-Kimballton 35

Western Valley Conference Tourney
Consolation
Kingsley-Pierson 64, West Monona 22
Ridge View 55, Westwood 35
Siouxland Community Christian 46, River Valley 43
West Harrison 71, Woodbine 61

Quarterfinal
Ar-We-Va 64, Whiting 27
IKM-Manning 81, Charter Oak-Ute 28
Lawton-Bronson 75, Maple Valley-Anthon-Oto 16

RAGBRAI 41 to stop in Harlan this July

News, Sports

January 26th, 2013 by Ric Hanson

The Des Moines Register announced Saturday night the route for this year’s annual bike ride across Iowa. RAGBRAI 41 kicks off July 21st in Council Bluffs. Along the way to the final stop in Fort Madison, riders on the world’s oldest, largest and longest tour will make overnight stops in Harlan, Perry, Des Moines, Knoxville, Oskaloosa and Fairfield. The trip runs July 21st through the 27th.

The 83-miles Harlan to Perry leg of the 406.6-mile trip is also the hilliest for the journey, with 4,239 feet of total climb. This year’s event marks the sixth time the community has hosted the event.

No. 24 Iowa State holds off West Virginia 53-49

Sports

January 26th, 2013 by Ric Hanson

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. (AP) — Hallie Christofferson scored 23 points and grabbed seven boards in No. 24 Iowa State’s 53-49 win over West Virginia on Saturday. Nikki Moody and Chelsea Poppens added 10 apiece for the Cyclones, who snapped a two-game losing streak. Iowa State (14-4, 5-3 Big 12), which trailed 37-25 35 seconds into the second half, shot just 39 percent (16 of 41) from the field, but nine of those shots came from 3-point range. The Cyclones rallied to tie the game 43-all with 6:24 left to play on Christofferson’s trey.

Ayana Dunning scored West Virginia’s next six points to make it 51-49 with a little over 2 minutes remaining, but the Mountaineers (11-8, 3-5) missed their next four shots and two free throws as Iowa State pulled away. Dunning led West Virginia with 17 points, but the Mountaineers, who shot 41 percent (19 of 46) made just 5 of 10 free throws.