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Audubon Wheeler Invitational Wrestling Tourney


February 2nd, 2014 by Jim Field

Team Scores:

  1. Audubon  195.5
  2. Logan-Magnolia  182.5
  3. East Mills  142
  4. Exira/EHK  86
  5. Woodbine  84
  6. Missouri Valley  83
  7. A-H-S-T  82
  8. Treynor  65
  9. Clarinda Academy  58
  10. Southwest Valley  45
  11. East Sac County  3

Individual Champions:

  • 106 – Collin Subbert, Audubon
  • 113 – Kyle Juelsgaard, Audubon
  • 120 – Alec Moorman, East Mills
  • 126 – Brad Kerkhoff, Audubon
  • 132 – Jake Mulford, Audubon
  • 138 – Andrew Malloy, Audubon
  • 145 – Brady Charbonneau, Logan-Magnolia
  • 152 – Josh Hopkins, East Mills
  • 160 – Dane Livengood, Treynor
  • 170 – Gavin Gremmel, Clarinda Academy
  • 182 – Evan Hansen, Exira/EHK
  • 195 – Trey Sander, Exira/EHK
  • 220 – Matt Fett, Audubon
  • 285 – David Howell, East Mills

Hawkeye 10 Wrestling Tourney Results


February 2nd, 2014 by Jim Field

Team Scores:

  1. Creston/O-M  258.5
  2. Clarinda  195
  3. Glenwood  178
  4. Lewis Central  160.5
  5. Atlantic/CAM  142
  6. Harlan  112.5
  7. Red Oak  85
  8. Saint Albert  72
  9. Kuemper Catholic  65.5
  10. Denison  54
  11. Shenandoah  48

Place Winners:


  1. Paxton Whiteaker, Lewis Central
  2. Josef Rogers, Denison
  3. Wil Beach, Harlan
  4. Brody Frain, Creston/O-M
  5. Brandon Gross, Kuemper Catholic
  6. Nate Hoyt, Shenandoah


  1. Kruz Adamson, Creston/O-M
  2. Jorge Partida, Denison
  3. Dakota Petty, Red Oak
  4. Dakota Foster, Clarinda
  5. Hunter Ackerson, Glenwood
  6. Brandon Trevino, Harlan


  1. Dillion Cox, Atlantic/CAM
  2. Wyatt Thompson, Creston/O-M
  3. AJ Slaughter, Glenwood
  4. Alec Selberg, Red Oak
  5. Elias Shaeffer, Harlan
  6. Austin Cline, Lewis Central


  1. Darrian Schwenke, Atlantic/CAM
  2. Blake Luna, Clarinda
  3. Cole Peckham, Glenwood
  4. Jordan Bailey, Lewis Central
  5. William Fargo, Creston/O-M
  6. Brody Bopp, Shenandoah


  1. Matt Malcom, Glenwood
  2. Spencer Wray, Creston/O-M
  3. Alexander Schmitz, Kuemper Catholic
  4. Tanner Mertz, Red Oak
  5. Mac Southard, Lewis Central
  6. Jake Johnson, Shenandoah


  1. Joey Huntington, Creston/O-M
  2. Trey Stickler, Clarinda
  3. Chase Evans, Glenwood
  4. Mason Heredia-Pugh, Lewis Central
  5. Logan Roberts, Shenandoah
  6. Tim Sibbel, Kuemper Catholic


  1. Chase Shiltz, Creston/O-M
  2. Jared Eischeid, Kuemper Catholic
  3. Broghan Kelly, Harlan
  4. Reid Nichols, Atlantic/CAM
  5. Andrew Tilley, Glenwood
  6. Cory Lear, Lewis Central


  1. Ethan Ruby, Lewis Central
  2. Gavin Leith, Creston/O-M
  3. Luke Strong, Clarinda
  4. Jon Stavas, Glenwood
  5. Adam Scharfenkamp, Kuemper Catholic
  6. Jacob Wingert, Harlan


  1. Wyatt Lewis, St Albert
  2. John Clark, Clarinda
  3. Josh Clark, Glenwood
  4. Tayler Pettit, Creston/O-M
  5. Jacob Johnson, Atlantic/CAM
  6. Scott Hastings, Shenandoah


  1. Trevor Frain, Creston/O-M
  2. Hayden Waldstein, Lewis Central
  3. Dustin Swindler, Clarinda
  4. Zach Haggstrom, Glenwood
  5. Drake Roller, Atlantic/CAM
  6. Eli Finn, St Albert


  1. Adam Baker, Creston/O-M
  2. Cain Johanns, Clarinda
  3. Chris Thomas, Lewis Central
  4. JD Lewis, Shenandoah
  5. Collin Bruce, Red Oak
  6. Jeremy Flies, Harlan


  1. Cale Stork, Harlan
  2. Seth Maitlen, Creston/O-M
  3. Christian Lauritsen, Clarinda
  4. Keagan Hosfelt, Atlantic/CAM
  5. Christian Terry, Red Oak
  6. Andersen Kouri, St Albert


  1. Dallon Bendorf, Harlan
  2. Sean O`Neill, St Albert
  3. Tyler Christensen, Atlantic/CAM
  4. Kaden Hulett, Creston/O-M
  5. Brook Stephens, Clarinda
  6. Drayton Slaughter, Glenwood


  1. Dakota Calfee, Clarinda
  2. Jacob Cook, Lewis Central
  3. Jezidiah Phippen, Atlantic/CAM
  4. Collin Ransom, Glenwood
  5. Keaton Kephart, Red Oak
  6. Bradley Meeves, Denison

Area basketball scores from Sat., Feb. 1st 2014


February 2nd, 2014 by Ric Hanson

Clarinda 75, Southwest Valley 54
Kuemper Catholic 52, St. Edmond 49
Nodaway Valley 83, Earlham 61
Treynor 63, St. Albert 49
West Harrison 70, Paton-Churdan 61 (OT)
West Monona 67, Missouri Valley 64

Clarinda 41, Southwest Valley 35
Earlham 61, Nodaway Valley 57
Lewis Central 72, Sergeant Bluff-Luton 69 (4OT)
Missouri Valley 59, West Monona 39
Paton-Churdan 56, West Harrison 31
St. Edmond 67, Kuemper Catholic 53
Treynor 47, St. Albert Bluffs 43

No. 23 Iowa St. defeats Kansas St 84-65


February 2nd, 2014 by Ric Hanson

AMES, Iowa (AP) — Nikki Moody scored 20 points, had eight rebounds and seven assists to lead No. 23 Iowa State to an 84-65 win Saturday night over Kansas State. Hallie Christofferson scored Iowa State’s first seven points, Nicole Blaskowsky made four 3-pointers and Moody hit three treys to give the Cyclones a 45-19 lead at halftime.

Moody was 5 of 6 from the floor and has five or more assists in 15 games. Christofferson scored 15 points and grabbed eight rebounds. Blaskowsky scored 13 points, and Jadda Buckley added 14 points with six assists and three steals.

Iowa State (16-5, 5-5 Big 12) bounced back after having lost to No. 20 West Virginia 67-56 on Wednesday night. Ashia Woods tied a career-high with three 3-pointers, scored 25 points and had four steals to lead Kansas State (9-12, 3-7). Leticia Romero added 11 points and four assists for the Wildcats.

No. 15 Iowa weathers Illini comeback for 81-74 win


February 2nd, 2014 by Ric Hanson

CHAMPAIGN, Ill. (AP) — Gabriel Olaseni had 15 points and 12 rebounds and Number 15 Iowa overcame Illinois’ furious comeback to pull out an 81-74 victory Saturday night. The Hawkeyes (17-5, 6-3 Big Ten) led by 21 points just over 12 minutes into the game and were battering the Illini with their bench and Big Ten-best rebounding.

Illinois (13-9, 2-7) fought its way back and took a 62-61 lead on a 3-pointer by Tracy Abrams with 10:18 left in the game. But Iowa stayed close and took the lead for good at 72-70 on a bucket by Mike Gesell with 3:50 to play. Joseph Bertrand scored 20 points and Rayvonte Rice added 13 for Illinois, which lost its seventh straight game.

Roy Devyn Marble led the Hawkeyes with 17 points and Aaron White added 14 in Champaign.

IA Women’s basketball team falls to NE 80-67


February 1st, 2014 by Ric Hanson

The Iowa women’s basketball team lost for just the second time in its last seven games, Saturday, 80-to 67 against Nebraska. An announced crowd of 8,021 was on hand to watch the Hawkeyes play their final regular-season weekend home game. An announced crowd of 8,021 was on hand to watch the Hawkeyes play their final regular-season weekend home game.

Samantha Logic continued to drive the team, with Bethany Doolittle blocking her way further up the record book. Logic scored a team-high 22 points, thanks mostly to a career-high 5-of-7 performance from 3-point range, and Doolittle blocked five shots to move past Megab Skouby into third place on the UI career chart with 155. But neither of those impressive feats were enough to slay the Cornhuskers on Mediacom Court inside Carver-Hawkeye Arena.

Iowa returns to action Thursday against No. 12 Penn State in State College, Pa. The teams met Jan. 5 in Iowa City with the Hawkeyes coming out on the short end of an 87-71 score. The good news? After that loss Iowa went on to win five of its next six games.


Iowa track team uses ‘The Biebs’ to recruit girls


February 1st, 2014 by Ric Hanson

ANKENY, Iowa (AP) — A central Iowa high school is trying to convince girls to go out for track and field by warning them not to turn out like troubled pop star Justin Bieber.

The Des Moines Register says Ankeny Centennial High School has posted a tongue-in-cheek flyer sporting one of Bieber’s latest police mug shots. It reads: “Justin Bieber never ran track. Now he’s in jail. Coincidence? Don’t Beliebe it. Don’t end up like Bieber. Run track.”

The 19-year-old Bieber was arrested Jan. 23 during what police describe as an illegal street drag race. He was charged with driving under the influence, resisting arrest and having an invalid driver’s license and has pleaded not guilty. He was also charged Wednesday with assault in Toronto, accused of hitting a limousine driver in December.

No. 16 Iowa State beats No. 23 Oklahoma 81-75


February 1st, 2014 by Ric Hanson

AMES, Iowa (AP) — Sophomore Georges Niang scored a career-high 27 points and No. 16 Iowa State held off 23rd-ranked Oklahoma 81-75 on Saturday for just its second win in six games. Melvin Ejim had 22 points with 16 rebounds for his 28th double-double as the Cyclones (16-4, 4-4 Big 12) moved back to .500 in the Big 12.

Oklahoma had pulled within three points when Niang buried a 3 to put Iowa Stata ahead 76-70 with 55.5 second left. Buddy Hield scored a career-high 30 points for Oklahoma (17-5, 6-3), which saw its winning streak snapped at four games. The Sooners lost despite outrebounding Iowa State 46-33.

Hunter’s 19 lead Illinois State past Drake 75-57


February 1st, 2014 by Ric Hanson

NORMAL, Ill. (AP) — Reggie Lynch opened the second half with a dunk as Illinois State emphatically pulled away from cold-shooting Drake after halftime for a 75-57 win on Saturday. Bobby Hunter topped the Redbirds (12-10, 5-5 Missouri Valley Conference) with 19 points and no turnovers. Nick Zeisloft added 15 points, all from deep (5-for-7 on 3-pointers). Lynch finished with 10.

Drake, trailing 43-35 at the half, didn’t score until Trevor Berkeley hit a pair of free throws with 14:39 to play. The Bulldogs (12-10, 3-7) didn’t make a field goal for nearly 10 minutes. By then, Illinois State led 57-40 before Berkeley scored with 10:26 to play, breaking a string of 10 misses by Drake.

Berkeley finished with a career-high 13 points. Illinois State was out-rebounded 41-27 but Drake was hampered by 34.5 percent shooting and 14 turnovers. The Redbirds shot 51.1 percent from the field, including 12 of 23 3-pointers.

HSBB: Atlantic at Red Oak Boys 01-31-2014

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February 1st, 2014 by Chris Parks

Jim Field and Chris Parks have the call of the game played at Red Oak High School.