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Iowa beats Missouri State 28-14

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September 7th, 2013 by Ric Hanson

IOWA CITY, Iowa (AP) — Jake Rudock and Mark Weisman each ran for a pair of touchdowns and Iowa beat Missouri State 28-14 on Saturday, snapping a seven-game losing streak dating back to 2012. Weisman had 180 yards rushing for the Hawkeyes (1-1), who prevailed despite a somewhat shaky performance against an FCS opponent.

Weisman scored on runs of 10 and 3 yards to help the Hawkeyes take a 21-0 lead late in the third quarter. Missouri State answered with touchdowns on back-to-back plays from scrimmage early in the fourth quarter, pulling within 21-14 with 14:15 to go.

Rudock’s 2-yard TD run put Iowa back ahead 28-14, and Tanner Miller sealed it with an interception in the end zone with 6:50 left. Kierra Harris threw for 127 yards and a TD for Missouri State (0-2).

7AM Sportscast 09-07-2013

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September 7th, 2013 by Chris Parks

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High School Football Scores – Week 2, September 6

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September 6th, 2013 by Jim Field

Class 3-A, District 1

  • Carroll 47 @ Atlantic 0
  • Glenwood 38 @ Thomas Jefferson 19
  • Clarinda 10 @ Creston 42
  • Perry 15 @ Boone 17
  • Abraham Lincoln 13 @ Harlan 41
  • ADM 14 @ Winterset 6
  • St. Albert 35 @ Lewis Central 28

Class 2-A, District 8

  • Clarinda Academy 0 @ East Mills 61
  • Riverside 7 @ Shenandoah 24
  • OA-BCIG 35 @ Cherokee 0
  • Treynor 23 @ Red Oak 20
  • North Polk 27 @ Greene County 13
  • Denison 0 @ Kuemper Catholic 44

Class 1-A, District 8

  • Tri-Center 42 @ Underwood 28
  • Nodaway Valley 20 @ Griswold 41
  • Panorama 30 @ West Marshall 55
  • Earlham 26 @ West Central Valley 32
  • West Monona 30 @ Missouri Valley 20

Class A, District 7

  • Bedford 13 @ Mount Ayr 42
  • A-H-S-T 34 @ Audubon 14
  • Guthrie Center 0 @ Ogden 41
  • Woodward-Granger 32 @ Des Moines Christian 0
  • Pleasantville 14 @ Martensdale-St. Marys 8
  • Madrid 7 @ Van Meter 35

Class A, District 8

  • Logan-Magnolia 13 @ IKM-Manning 28
  • Westwood 46 @ Maple Valley 22

Eight Man, District 6

  • East Union 24 @ Adair-Casey 68
  • East Greene 6 @ Lamoni 48
  • Grandview Park Baptist @ Mormon Trail
  • Ankney Christian 7 @ Murray 68
  • Colo-Nesco 0 @ NE Hamilton 44

Eight Man, District 7

  • Charter Oak-Ute 18 @ West Harrison 84
  • Glidden-Ralston 31 @ Boyer Valley 24
  • Essex/South Page 0 @ Coon Rapids-Bayard 72
  • Exira/EHK 36 @ Woodbine 8
  • Ar-We-Va 7 @ River Valley 54

Eight Man, District 8

  • Lenox 64 @ Stanton 30
  • Whiting 6 @ Fremont-Mills 59
  • CAM 78 @ Nishnabotna 48
  • Southwest Valley 26 @ Sidney 30

 

Iowa St spared further penalties in NCAA case

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September 6th, 2013 by Ric Hanson

DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) – The NCAA has agreed with Iowa State’s self-imposed penalties following its investigation into impermissible calls and text messages. It will not impose additional restrictions on the Cyclones. Iowa State says the NCAA’s Committee on Infractions released its final report on the matter Friday. It says its findings were consistent with what the Cyclones reported nearly two years ago.

Iowa State made its internal investigation into NCAA recruiting violations public in April. The school found “a significant number” of unallowable calls and text messages made by coaches in football, men’s basketball and several other sports. The school’s self-imposed penalties included the forfeiture of a week of recruiting calls and a wide range of punitive actions against the coaches named in the report.

8AM Sportscast 09-06-2013

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September 6th, 2013 by Chris Parks

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2013 Iowa Girls High School SECOND Volleyball Rankings

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September 6th, 2013 by Jim Field

Class 1-A

 
No.
School
Record
LW
1
Holy Trinity Catholic
3-0
1
2
Janesville
1-0
2
3
Tripoli
0-0
3
4
LeMars Gehlen Catholic
1-1
4
5
Grandview Park Baptist
0-0
5
6
New London
4-1
6
7
Winfield-Mount Union
5-2
9
8
Stanton
1-0
10
9
Central Lyon
3-1
NR
10
Bishop Garrigan
4-2
NR
11
Murray
0-0
13
12
Exira-Elk Horn-Kimballton
0-0
14
13
Marquette Catholic
2-1
NR
14
Lisbon
2-2
7
15
Harris-Lake Park
5-4
12
 
Dropped Out:  Belle Plaine (8), East Union (11), Don Bosco (15)
 
Class 2-A
 
No.
School
  Record
LW
1
Dike-New Hartford
0-0
1
2
Western Christian
0-0
2
3
Council Bluffs St. Albert
0-0
3
4
Hinton
1-0
4
5
Sumner-Fredericksburg
0-0
6
6
Eddyville-Blakesburg
9-0
7
7
Edgewood-Colesburg
3-0
9
8
Grundy Center
3-0
10
9
Ridge View
1-0
13
10
South Central Calhoun
6-1
5
11
Lake Mills
1-0
12
12
North Butler
5-0
15
13
Sioux Central
2-0
NR
14
Boyden-Hull
2-1
11
15
Des Moines Christian
4-2
NR
 
Dropped Out: Treynor (8), West Branch (14)
 
Class 3-A
 
No.
School
  Record
LW
1
Union
0-0
2
2
Sheldon
3-0
7
3
Kuemper Catholic
1-0
3
4
Red Oak
0-0
4
5
Mount Vernon
1-0
5
6
MOC-Floyd Valley
2-1
1
7
Nevada
3-2
6
8
Algona
3-1
9
9
Sioux Center
4-0
12
10
Unity Christian
2-0
13
11
Bondurant-Farrar
8-2
8
12
East Sac County
5-1
11
13
Mediapolis
7-0
14
14
Center Point-Urbana
4-1
15
15
Beckman Catholic
1-0
NR
Dropped Out: Davis County (10)
 
Class 4-A
No.
School
  Record
LW
1
Harlan
5-0
1
2
Solon
2-0
2
3
West Delaware
5-0
4
4
Charles City
5-1
5
5
Sioux City Bishop Heelan
2-2
3
6
Davenport Assumption
1-1
6
7
Waverly-Shell Rock
5-1
7
8
Indianola
2-0
8
9
Cedar Rapids Xavier
1-0
9
10
Webster City
2-0
13
11
Newton
4-1
12
12
Marion
0-0
14
13
Clear Creek-Amana
6-1
NR
14
Dubuque Wahlert  
0-2
11
15
Fairfield
2-1
15
 
Dropped Out: ADM (10)
 
Class 5-A
 
No.
School
 Record
LW
1
Bettendorf
5-0
1
2
Johnston
3-0
2
3
Cedar Falls
7-0
9
4
Dowling Catholic
7-0
6
5
Ankeny
1-0
8
6
Pleasant Valley
4-1
5
7
Dubuque Hempstead
6-2
3
8
Urbandale
7-2
4
9
West Des Moines Valley
6-1
7
10
Iowa City High
1-0
NR
Dropped Out: Iowa City West (10)

A-H-S-T @ Audubon Live Tonight on KJAN!

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September 6th, 2013 by Jim Field

We have a good high school football match-up tonight for you here on KJAN.  A-H-S-T visits Audubon in a non-district battle.  The 1-0 Vikings are coming off a win over a solid Tri-Center team last Friday and look to make it two straight.  The 0-1 Wheelers lost a tough 15-14 overtime game at Riverside last week and look to bounce back with quarterback Trevor Smith back on the field for the home opener after missing last week’s game.

Our “Football Friday Night” pre-game show is on at 6:30 tonight and will feature both head coaches.  Kick-off is at 7:00 pm.  You can listen live on AM 1220 and FM 101.1.  You can also hear the game on kjan.com and on our free smartphone app.  We will also feature live streaming video of tonight’s game.  Just go to the TV page on kjan.com if you can’t make it to the game and you can watch the game live!

Also, catch “Trojan Preview” at 4:45 with Jim Field and Atlantic head coach Nick Ross.  Our weekly pick ‘em show, “Who’s Gonna Win?” begins at 6:00 pm.

Iowa looks to end 7-game losing skid

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September 6th, 2013 by Ric Hanson

IOWA CITY, Iowa (AP) – Iowa is expected to snap its longest losing streak in 13 years on Saturday when it hosts Missouri State. The Hawkeyes certainly can’t afford to let a shot at a win over an FCS school pass them by. Iowa (0-1) showed signs of progress in last week’s opener against Northern Illinois. But a late interception by new quarterback Jake Rudock paved the way for a 30-27 win for the Huskies.

The loss made it seven straight since last season for the Hawkeyes, who haven’t been on such a skid since dropping 13 in a row in 1999-2000.  Missouri State (0-1) is 1-28 against FBS schools, and last week the Bears lost at home to Northwestern State.

Pre-game coverage begins at 9-a.m. Saturday on KJAN, with the kick-off from Kinnick Stadium at 11.

Volleyball Scores from Thu., Sept. 5th 2013

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September 6th, 2013 by Ric Hanson

(3-1) Adair-Casey 25-16-25-25, Boyer Valley 19-25-20-22
(2-0) A-D-M 21-21, West Central Valley 3-17
(3-1) Ar-We-Va 22-25-25-25, CAM 25-15-22-11
(2-1) Bedford 25-19-15, Essex 15-25-6
(2-0) Bedford 25-25, Riverside 23-9
(3-0) Coon Rapids-Bayard 25-25-25, Charter Oak-Ute 11-8-15
(3-2) Earlham 13-25-23-25-15, Van Meter 25-19-25-19-13
(3-0) Glidden-Ralston 25-25-25, West Harrison 21-21-16
(3-1) Kuemper Catholic 25-25-25-25, Red Oak 17-12-27-16
(3-2) Madrid 20-25-25-18-16, Guthrie Center 25-22-22-25-14
(2-0) Maple Valley-Anthon Oto 25-25, Missouri Valley 23-19
(3-0) Martensdale-St Marys 25-25-25, Lenox 11-12-12
(2-1) Missouri Valley 25-23-15, West Monona 15-25-9
(2-1) Missouri Valley 27-26-15, Sioux City, North 25-28-12
(3-1) Shenandoah 16-25-25-25, Denison-Schleswig 25-18-16-17
(3-2) Southwest Valley 21-16-25-26-15, East Mills 25-25-19-24-9
(3-0) Stanton 25-25-25, South Page 9-6-11

Reds hit 3 HRs off Lynn, beat Cardinals 6-2

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September 6th, 2013 by Ric Hanson

CINCINNATI (AP) — Todd Frazier hit two homers, including the first of Cincinnati’s three off Lance Lynn, and the Reds recovered from a 16-inning loss by overpowering the St. Louis Cardinals 6-2 on Thursday night, taking three of four in their final series of the season. Jay Bruce and Shin-Soo Choo also hit solo homers off Lynn, who lasted five innings and gave up three homers for only the second time in his career. Frazier also connected off Seth Maness for the third multihomer game of his career.

Left-hander Tony Cingrani returned from a sore back and did a little bit of everything. He pitched into the sixth inning, gave up two runs, bunted for a hit, stole a base and scored. David Freese homered for the Cardinals, who have lost six of eight.

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St. Louis first baseman Allen Craig has a sprained left foot but no fracture, a big relief for a Cardinals team that feared it had lost its cleanup hitter for the rest of the season. Craig hurt his foot while rounding first base during a 5-4, 16-inning win over the Cincinnati Reds on Wednesday night. He stayed on the ground for a long time and walked off gingerly.

X-rays in Cincinnati were inconclusive. He was sent back to St. Louis for an MRI and more X-rays that indicated nothing was broken. Manager Mike Matheny says it’s a relief that he can return at some point. The Cardinals were in second place in the NL Central, a game behind Pittsburgh, heading into their game on Thursday night.