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8AM Sportscast 01-18-2013

Podcasts, Sports

January 18th, 2013 by Chris Parks

w/ Jim Field

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Thursday Wrestling Results

Sports

January 18th, 2013 by Jim Field

Audubon 57, Exira/EHK 9
Audubon 42, Coon Rapids-Bayard 21

Underwood 45, St. Albert 24
Underwood 36, Treynor 33
Underwood 37, Woodbine 30
St. Albert 42, Treynor 30
St. Albert 42, Woodbine 27
Woodbine 44, Treynor 36

Sioux City North 50, Lewis Central 26

Thursday High School Basketball Scores

Sports

January 18th, 2013 by Ric Hanson

BOYS BASKETBALL

  • Ankeny Christian Academy 57, CAM 49
  • Boyer Valley 58, Glidden-Ralston 47
  • Martensdale-St. Marys 68, Corning 25
  • Colfax-Mingo 69, Grandview Park Baptist 63

Corner Conference Tournament
Semi-Finals
Fremont Mills 54, Sidney 43
Villisca 59, East Mills 49

GIRLS BASKETBALL

  • Corning 54, Martensdale-St. Marys 49
  • Lewis Central 41, St. Albert 33
  • Clarinda 41 Maryville 36

2012-2013 Iowa Girls High School 7th Basketball Rankings

Sports

January 17th, 2013 by Jim Field

Class 5-A

School
Record
LW
1
Ankeny
10-3
2
2
Mason City
13-2
1
3
Des Moines East
13-1
3
4
Dowling Catholic
12-1
5
5
Iowa City High
13-2
6
6
Southeast Polk
8-4
4
7
Muscatine
12-2
7
8
Cedar Rapids Washington
10-3
8
9
Waukee
8-3
9
10
Waterloo West
10-4
10
 Dropped Out: None
Class 4-A
School
Record
LW
1
Bishop Heelan
9-3
1
2
Benton
13-1
2
3
Waverly-Shell Rock
13-1
3
4
Dallas Center-Grimes
11-3
5
5
Indianola
10-4
6
6
Cedar Rapids Xavier
8-6
8
7
Perry
11-2
7
8
Western Dubuque
11-2
3
9
Lewis Central
10-1
10
10
Harlan
12-1
11
11
Winterset
12-2
12
12
North Scott
7-6
14
13
Oskaloosa
12-2
15
14
Washington
10-4
9
15
Ballard
9-5
NR
 Dropped Out: Charles City (13)
Class 3-A
School
Record
LW
1
Davenport Assumption
11-1
1
2
MOC-Floyd Valley
14-1
2
3
Estherville-Lincoln Central
13-2
3
4
North Polk
13-2
8
5
Mid-Prairie
10-3
4
6
Cascade
13-2
5
7
Bondurant-Farrar
7-4
7
8
Spirit Lake
8-5
6
9
Mediapolis
13-1
10
10
Central Lee
12-3
9
11
Nevada
13-2
15
12
Center Point-Urbana
11-4
12
13
Waukon
11-3
13
14
Monticello
12-3
NR
15
Unity Christian
12-4
14
 Dropped Out: Mount Vernon (11)
Class 2-A
School
Record
LW
1
Western Christian
14-0
1
2
IKM-Manning
15-0
2
3
North Linn
16-0
4
4
Lawton-Bronson
14-1
3
5
Aplington-Parkersburg
13-1
5
6
Panorama
14-1
6
7
North Butler
11-1
7
8
North Mahaska
14-0
8
9
Manson-NW Webster
12-2
10
10
Hinton
11-1
11
11
Hudson
13-1
14
12
Des Moines Christian
12-2
9
13
Woodward-Granger
13-1
NR
14
Maquoketa Valley
12-4
12
15
West Marshall
13-3
NR
 Dropped Out: Fort Dodge St. Edmond (13), Iowa City Regina (15)
Class 1-A
School
Record
LW
1
Bedford
14-0
1
2
Burlington Notre Dame
14-1
2
3
Newell-Fonda
13-1
3
4
Central Lyon
12-2
4
5
Ar-We-Va
11-2
5
6
Adair-Casey
13-0
6
7
Grundy Center
11-3
7
8
Meskwaki Settlement
14-1
8
9
Colo-Nesco
15-2
9
10
West Sioux
10-4
10
11
Moravia
12-0
12
12
Preston
11-2
14
13
North Iowa
12-2
15
14
LeMars Gehlen Catholic
10-3
11
15
Marquette Catholic
8-4
13
 Dropped Out: None

Alburnett, West Delaware and SE Polk #1 in 2nd IWCOA Dual Team Rankings

Sports

January 17th, 2013 by Jim Field

Iowa Wrestling Coaches and Officials Association’s top 16 teams in their respective class with their dual meet win-loss record through January 12 follow below.
Class 3-A

  1. Southeast Polk (18-0)
  2. Cedar Rapids Prairie (15-2)
  3. Bettendorf (5-1)
  4. Linn-Mar (19-7)
  5. Waverly-Shell Rock (12-2)
  6. Ankeny (15-1)
  7. North Scott (21-4)
  8. Iowa City West (15-7)
  9. Pleasant Valley (18-8)
  10. Dowling Catholic (11-2)
  11. Sioux City North (19-0)
  12. Clinton (10-2)
  13. Western Dubuque (21-13)
  14. Glenwood (15-0)
  15. WDM Valley (11-7)
  16. Burlington (6-2)

Class 2-A

  1. West Delaware (19-0)
  2. Davenport Assumption (20-7)
  3. Mediapolis (20-0)
  4. Charles City (15-3)
  5. Creston/O-M (12-1)
  6. Humboldt (21-0)
  7. Spencer (14-3)
  8. Union Community (16-4)
  9. Decorah (13-4)
  10. New Hampton (15-7)
  11. Sergeant Bluff-Luton (12-1)
  12. Boyden-Hull/Rock Valley (16-2)
  13. Washington (13-1)
  14. Harlan Community (21-1)
  15. Independence (15-6)
  16. South Central Calhoun (17-4)

Class 1-A

  1. Alburnett (20-1)
  2. Woodbury Central (20-2)
  3. Eddyville-Blakesburg-Fremont (16-0)
  4. Lake Mills (24-2)
  5. Sumner-Fredericksburg (16-2)
  6. Audubon (20-1)
  7. Don Bosco (13-7)
  8. Clarion-Goldfield (9-2)
  9. Emmetsburg (12-4)
  10. West Marshall (17-7)
  11. Tri-Center (18-5)
  12. Guthrie Center (21-4)
  13. Iowa Valley (17-3)
  14. St. Edmond (14-6)
  15. Northwest Webster (10-2)
  16. Maquoketa Valley(21-8).

Winterfest Ice Fishing Derby at Lake Manawa

Ag/Outdoor, News, Sports

January 17th, 2013 by Ric Hanson

Officials with the Iowa Department of Natural Resources say the annual $25,000 Winterfest Ice Fishing Derby is set to take place one-week from this Saturday, near Council Bluffs. The event will be held at Lake Manawa State Park, Saturday, January 26th from 7-a.m. to 1-p.m., with derby participants fishing for the biggest fish they can catch, as well as tagged fish worth up to $25,000.

Numerous door prizes will be given away as well as prizes for the biggest fish in youth and adult categories of bluegill, catfish, crappie, drum, walleye and wiper. Prizes will also be given for a chili cook-off and ice house decorating contest.

Volunteers are busy preparing for the derby and excited that the ice is seven to eight inches in most places on the lake! Shannon Meister, chair of the Winterfest Ice Fishing Derby Committee, says while several hundred people have registered so far, there is still plenty of room for more. Registration will be open the morning of the derby from 6 a.m. to 7 p.m. for $20 per person.

“Recycled Fish” will host an Ice Bash Friday, January 25th from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. for food, ice fishing tips, seminars and door prizes at the Hy-Vee on Broadway. For more information and ice conditions, surf the web to www.winterfestderby.com.  Or, contact the Lake Manawa State Park Office at (712) 366-0220.

8AM Sportscast 01-17-2013

Podcasts, Sports

January 17th, 2013 by Chris Parks

w/ Jim Field

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Chiefs’ Reid hires Heck to coach offensive line

Sports

January 17th, 2013 by Ric Hanson

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — Andy Reid is putting the final touches on his first coaching staff in Kansas City, hiring former Jaguars offensive line coach Andy Heck to fulfill the same duty with the Chiefs. Reid also announced Wednesday that Kevin O’Dea will be an assistant special teams coach. Heck will work closely with Reid, who intends to call plays in Kansas City, and new offensive coordinator Doug Pederson. Heck has spent 22 seasons as a coach in the NFL, including the past nine working with the offensive line in Jacksonville.

Heck played 12 seasons in the NFL for Washington, Chicago and Seattle. O’Dea will be reunited with Dave Toub, who was hired as the Chiefs’ special teams coach on Tuesday. O’Dea worked with Toub for four years in Chicago.

Area Basketball Scores from Wed., Jan. 16th 2013

Sports

January 17th, 2013 by Ric Hanson

GIRLS BASKETBALL
Corner Conference Tournament
Semi-Finals
  • Stanton 71, Fremont Mills 48
  • Villisca 47, Nishnabotna 43 (OT)

Iowa State holds off West Virginia 69-67

Sports

January 17th, 2013 by Ric Hanson

AMES, Iowa (AP) — Freshman Georges Niang hit a layup with 2.5 seconds left and Iowa State beat West Virginia 69-67 Wednesday night despite blowing an 18-point lead. Melvin Ejim had 16 points and 13 rebounds for the Cyclones (12-4, 2-1 Big 12), who survived an unexpectedly wild finish for their second straight win.

Iowa State opened the second half with an 18-4 run and led by as much as 56-38. The Mountaineers (8-8, 1-3) tied it at 67 on 3 by Jabarie Hinds with 11.6 seconds left, but Niang got wide open for the game-winner underneath the basket. Hinds had 20 points for West Virginia. Juwan Staten, the Mountaineers second-leading scorer, had seven points and seven assists after being benched by coach Bob Huggins for the previous three halves. West Virginia missed its first 12 3-point attempts before hitting nine of its last 12.