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Iowa State basketball coach Fred Hoiberg has heart surgery

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April 18th, 2015 by Ric Hanson

DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — Iowa State says coach Fred Hoiberg has undergone open-heart surgery to replace aortic valve. Hoiberg had surgery Friday at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota. Doctor Rakesh Suri says the operation was a success, adding that “Hoiberg is in recovery and doing very well himself.”

Hoiberg retired from the NBA following the 2004-05 season because of heart issues. He just completed his fifth season at Iowa State, leading the Cyclones to four straight NCAA Tournament appearances and back-to-back Big 12 tournament titles.

Hoiberg is expected to need about 4-6 weeks to recover.

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April 17th, 2015 by Jim Field

Class 1-A
1. Nevada 3-0 1
2. Iowa City Regina 3-0 3
3. Davenport Assumption 1-1 2
4. Clear Creek-Amana 3-0 4
5. Sioux City Bishop Heelan 3-1 5
6. Council Bluffs St. Albert 3-0 8
7. Center Point-Urbana 3-0 11
8. Waterloo Columbus Catholic 2-1 13
9. Solon 1-1 7
10. Denver 3-0 12
11. Gladbrook-Reinbeck 1-2 9
12. Union 1-3 6
13. Tri-Center 2-0 15
14. Gilbert 5-1 NR
15. Underwood 3-0 NR
Dropped Out: Bondurant-Farrar (10), Nodaway Valley/WCV/AC

Class 2-A
1. Pleasant Valley 4-1 1
2. North Scott 1-1 2
3. Waverly-Shell Rock 3-0 4
4. Ankeny 2-2 5
5. Cedar Rapids Xavier 0-2 3
6. Dallas Center-Grimes 1-1 6
7. Pella 5-0 7
8. Lewis Central 4-1 8
9. Urbandale 2-2 NR
10. Grinnell 4-2 9
11. Winterset 4-0 14
12. ADM 3-0 15
13. Newton 4-1 11
14. Glenwood 4-0 NR
15. Keokuk 4-0 NR
Dropped Out: Independence/East Buchanan (10), Council Bluffs Thomas Jefferson (12), Marion (13)

Class 3-A
1. Linn-Mar 3-0 2
2. Iowa City West 4-0 9
3. Ankeny Centennial 5-0 10
4. Waukee 1-1 3
5. Johnston 3-0 6
6. Dowling Catholic 2-2 1
7. Cedar Rapids Kennedy 2-2 4
8. West Des Moines Valley 1-1 6
9. Bettendorf 4-2 8
10. Dubuque Hempstead 4-1 7
Dropped Out: None

Royals Recall Fuentes from Omaha, Option Gore to NW Arkansas

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April 17th, 2015 by Jim Field

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — The Royals have recalled outfielder Reymond Fuentes from Triple-A Omaha and optioned outfielder Terrance Gore to Double-A Northwest Arkansas.

Kansas City announced the moves before opening a three-game series against the Oakland Athletics on Friday night.

The 24-year-old Fuentes was acquired from San Diego last November for minor league pitcher Kyle Bartsch. He was 8 for 18 with a double in his first six games in Omaha.

The Royals were seeking a little more offensive production after losing outfielder Alex Rios to a broken finger. Gore was called up to replace him, but he is known primarily for his speed and not his production. He didn’t appear in a game while with the Royals.

 

Thursday Track Results

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April 17th, 2015 by Jim Field

Glenwood Rams Girls Relays (2015 Girls Ram Relay Results)

  1. Glenwood  173.5
  2. Harlan  117
  3. Creston  92
  4. Clarinda  76
  5. Thomas Jefferson  73
  6. Abraham Lincoln  65
  7. Lewis Central  62
  8. Logan-Magnolia  49
  9. Atlantic  30.5
  10. Glenwood JV 3

1st Place:

  • 100 – Jaedra Moses, Clarinda
  • 200 – Merzades Hart, Abraham Lincoln
  • 400 – Elise Willits, Thomas Jefferson
  • 800 – Claire Jones, Abraham Lincoln
  • 1500 – Kye Madsen, Lewis Central
  • 3000 – Kye Madsen, Lewis Central
  • 100 Hurdles – Miranda Ruth, Glenwood
  • 400 Hurdles – Molly Dean, Glenwood
  • 4 x 100 – Clarinda
  • 4 x 200 – Harlan
  • 4 x 400 – Creston
  • 4 x 800 – Creston
  • Shuttle Hurdle – Glenwood
  • Sprint Medley – Harlan
  • Distance Medley – Creston
  • Shot Put – Jacey Embray, Glenwood
  • Discus – Linnaea Konfrst, Glenwood
  • Long Jump – Mikayla Evers, Harlan
  • High Jump – Molly Dean, Glenwood

Tri-Center Girls Invitational

  1. Denison  81
  2. Treynor  69
  3. Griswold  67
  4. Underwood  53
  5. Missouri Valley  53
  6. Fremont-Mills 39
  7. St. Albert  39
  8. Tri-Center 35
  9. Nodaway Valley  33
  10. Charter Oak-Ute 28
  11. A-H-S-T-W 22
  12. Carroll  18
  13. Boyer Valley  18
  14. West Harrison  18
  15. Woodbine  16

1st Place:

  • 100 – Megan Ellerbeck, Denison
  • 200 – Megan Ellerbeck, Denison
  • 400 – Emma Bonnet, Underwood
  • 800 – Rebekah Topham, Griswold
  • 1500 – Alyx Flippin, Griswold
  • 3000 – Alyx Flippin, Griswold
  • 100 Hurdles – Laura Hempel, Treynor
  • 400 Hurdles – Jaycie Schueman, A-H-S-T-W
  • 4 x 100 – Denison
  • 4 x 200 – Denison
  • 4 x 400 – Underwood
  • 4 x 800 – Underwood
  • Shuttle Hurdle – Fremont-Mills
  • Sprint Medley – St. Albert
  • Distance Medley – Denison
  • Shot Put – Bianca Irlbeck, Carroll
  • Discus – Katie Klein, Bover Valley
  • Long Jump – Madison Paulsen, Treynor
  • High Jump – Laura Hempel, Treynor

Creston Panther Relays (CLICK HERE for complete results)

  1. Harlan  113
  2. Clarinda 90
  3. Atlantic  78
  4. Mount Ayr  76
  5. Earlham  69.5
  6. Shenandoah  58.5
  7. Red Oak  36
  8. Creston  27
  9. Adair-Casey  10

1st Place:

  • 100 – Emmitt Wheatley, Adair-Casey
  • 200 – Caleb Rasmussen, Harlan
  • 400 – Jacob Carlson, Clarinda
  • 800 – Jay Wolfe, Creston
  • 1600 – Joe Blake, Shenandoah
  • 3200 – Logan LeRette, Red Oak
  • 110 Hurdles – Brian Vanderheiden, Earlham
  • 400 Hurdles – Grant Staats, Mount Ayr
  • 4 x 100 – Harlan
  • 4 x 200 – Harlan
  • 4 x 400 – Harlan
  • 4 x 800 – Harlan
  • Shuttle Hurdle – Clarinda
  • Distance Medley – Shenandoah
  • Shot Put – Joe Ricker, Mount Ayr
  • Discus – Joe Ricker, Mount Ayr
  • Long Jump – Joey Harkins, Earlham
  • High Jump – Alec Hayes, Atlantic

Guthrie Center Tigers Girls Relays

  1. Panorama  128
  2. PCM  110
  3. West Central Valley  87
  4. Des Moines Christian  77
  5. Earlham  66
  6. Lenox  58
  7. Audubon  46
  8. Guthrie Center  37
  9. Exira/EHK  36.5
  10. I-35  34
  11. Glidden-Ralston  26
  12. CAM  16.5
  13. Southwest Valley  12
  14. Adair-Casey  3

1st Place:

  • 100 – Maddie Albers, I-5
  • 200 – Oksana Covey, DM Christian
  • 400 – Oksana Covey, DM Christian
  • 800 – Rachel Stafford, PCM
  • 1500 – Sydney Clark, DM Christian
  • 3000 – Rachel Peter, PCM
  • 100 Hurdles – Rachel Rummelhart, Guthrie Center
  • 400 Hurdles – Jayci Vos, PCM
  • 4 x 100 – PCM
  • 4 x 200 – PCM
  • 4 x 400 – DM Christian
  • 4 x 800 – DN Christian
  • Shuttle Hurdle – Panorama
  • Sprint Medley – Lenox
  • Distance Medley – West Central Valley
  • Shot Put – Grace Telfer, PCM
  • Discus – Shelby Lane, Panorama
  • Long Jump – Olivia McAtee, West Central Valley
  • High Jump – Sydney Obermeier, Audubon

Shenandoah Fillies Girls Invitational

  1. Shenandoah 181
  2. Sidney 75
  3. Red Oak 69
  4. Mount Ayr 69
  5. Essex 56
  6. Bedford 52
  7. Riverside 35
  8. Central Decatur 21
  9. Stanton 17
  10. Clarinda Academy 8
  11. Nishnabotna 5

1st Place:

  • 100 – Daiton Martin, Essex
  • 200 – Lexy Larsen, Sidney
  • 400 – Serena Parker, Shenandoah
  • 800 – Kate Walker, Red Oak
  • 1500 – Kate Walker, Red Oak
  • 3000 – Mackenzie Hulsing, Sidney
  • 100 Hurdles – Ashton Johnson, Mount Ayr
  • 400 Hurdles – Sydney Nielsen, Shenandoah
  • 4 x 100 – Shenandoah
  • 4 x 200 – Essex
  • 4 x 400 – Sidney
  • 4 x 800 – Sidney
  • Shuttle Hurdle – Mount Ayr
  • Sprint Medley – Sidney
  • Distance Medley – Red Oak
  • Discus – Serena Parker, Shenandoah
  • High Jump – Alyssa Kuhn, Bedford
  • Long Jump – Callie Calfee, Bedford
  • Shot Put – Serena Parker, Shenandoah

Clarke Boys Invitational (CLICK HERE for complete results)

Class A

  1. Knoxville  143.5
  2. Albia  140.5
  3. Chariton  104
  4. Southwest Valley  80
  5. Clarke  72
  6. Van Meter  66.5
  7. Central Decatur  63Interstate 35  28.5

Class B

  1. Wayne  129
  2. Nodaway Valley  101
  3. Bedford  87
  4. Twin Cedars  80
  5. SE Warren  57
  6. East Union  36
  7. Martensdale-St. Marys  33

(Podcast) KJAN Morning Sports report, 4/17/2015

Podcasts, Sports

April 17th, 2015 by Ric Hanson

The 7:20-a.m. Sportscast w/Jim Field.

 

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Thursday Golf/Tennis/Soccer Results

Sports

April 17th, 2015 by Jim Field

Girls Golf:
Atlantic 180, Lewis Central 196 (Medalist: Erin Olsen, Atlantic 40: Runner-up: Brooke Newell, Atlantic – 42)
Boyer Valley 221, Exira/EHK 253, Glidden-Ralston 296 (Medalist: Jessica Wood, E/EHK 51)
IKM-Manning 240, Missouri Valley No Team Score (Medalist: Sierra Ford, MV 48)

Boys Golf:
Denison 152, Atlantic 162 (Medalist: Parker Eller, Denison 38; Runner-up: Ben Renaud, Atlantic 38)
Clarinda 154, Griswold 168 (Medalist: Benton Bielfeldt, Clarinda 35)
Boyer Valley 180, Exira/EHK 187, Gliden-Ralston 190 (Medalist: Kyle Behrendt, BV 42)
IKM-Manning 173, Missouri Valley 183 (Medalist: Zach Dreier, IKM-M 38)

Girls Tennis:
Kuemper Catholic 8, Atlantic 1
Denison 7, Bishop Heelen Catholic 2
Shenandoah 8, Abraham Lincoln 1
Red Oak 9, Southwest Valley 0
Glenwood 9, Sioux City West 0
Harlan 9, Audubon 0

Boys Tennis:
Atlantic 5, Kuemper Catholic 4
Harlan 6, Audubon 3
Abraham Lincoln 9, Shenandoah 0
Red Oak 8, Southwest Valley 1
Thomas Jefferson 5, St. Albert 4

Girls Soccer:
Glenwood 10, Harlan 0
Denison 1, Creston 0

Boys Soccer:
Creston 2, Denison 1

Shenandoah Fillies Golf Invitational

  1. Creston 386
  2. Shenandoah 407
  3. Clarinda 422
  4. Southwest Iowa 475
  5. Red Oak 488
  6. Abraham Lincoln 492
  7. Glenwood 521
  8. Nishnabotna 522
  9. St. Albert 558
  10. East Mills 641

Medalist: Sabrina Hernandez, Southwest Iowa 89; Runner-up: Madison Hance, Creston 90

Lackey, Carpenter spark St. Louis’ 4-0 win over Milwaukee

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April 16th, 2015 by Ric Hanson

ST. LOUIS (AP) — John Lackey threw seven scoreless innings and Matt Carpenter doubled twice, helping the St. Louis Cardinals to a 4-0 victory over the Milwaukee Brewers on Thursday. Lackey (1-0) gave up five hits, struck out eight and walked one.

Lackey, who allowed a pair of two-run homers in six innings in his most recent start, faced the Brewers for just the fourth time in his career. St. Louis took a 2-0 lead on two doubles and two singles in the sixth inning.

 

Iowa Cubs set for home opener

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April 16th, 2015 by Ric Hanson

The Iowa Cubs open their home season on Friday night when they host the Oklahoma City Dodgers. I Cubs general manager Sam Bernabe says there is a different kind of buzz around the team as the home schedule approaches and it has to do with the number of top prospects on the team.

Despite being one of the smallest markets in the Pacific Coast League the I Cubs finished fifth in the league in attendance last season and Bernabe believes consistency plays a big part.

Principal Park remains a popular destination for fans even though it is no longer considered new. The most noticeable upgrade for this season is a brand new video board.

Tonight’s game is slated to start at 8:05 in Des Moines. The Iowa Cubs closed out an season opening road trip Thursday night with part of a double header in New Orleans. Iowa won the 1st game 10-7. The second game was postponed due to rain.

(Learfield Sports)

Nebraska’s Terran Petteway Announces he’ll Enter NBA Draft

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April 16th, 2015 by Jim Field

LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) — Terran Petteway is skipping his senior season at Nebraska and declaring for the NBA draft.

Petteway was the leading scorer in the Big Ten as a sophomore and was fourth this past season. The guard’s 18.1-point career scoring average ranks second in program history.

Petteway began his college career at Texas Tech. He made his announcement Thursday from Galveston, Texas, where he was with his family following the death of his mother last week.

Petteway thanked fans for their support and said it was a “bittersweet” decision because Lincoln has become a second home to him. Coach Tim Miles said he had hoped Petteway would return next season but he supports the decision.

Nebraska’s Walter Pitchford also has declared for the draft.

(Podcast) KJAN morning Sports report, 4/16/15

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April 16th, 2015 by Ric Hanson

With Jim Field.

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