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Tri-Center Wrestling Invitational Results


January 12th, 2015 by Jim Field

Team Scores:

  1. Harlan  213
  2. Missouri Valley  176
  3. Kuemper Catholic  146.5
  4. Tri-Center  129
  5. West Monona  124
  6. East Mills  122
  7. Treynor  87.5
  8. Woodbine  57
  9. Clarinda Academy  41.5
  10. Tri-Center JV  30

Champions (partial list provided):

  • 106 – Wil Beach, Harlan
  • 113 – Brandon Trevino, Harlan
  • 126 – Christian Polley, Tri-Center
  • 132 – Tim Sibbel, Kuemper Catholic
  • 138 – Braiden Tank, West Monona
  • 152 – Josh Hopkins, East Mills
  • 170 – Zane Harvey, Missouri Valley
  • 195 – Aaron Johannsen, Harlan
  • 285 – Gabe Shafer, Woodbine

(Podcast) KJAN morning sports report, 1/12/2015

Podcasts, Sports

January 12th, 2015 by Ric Hanson

With Jim Field.


Rollin Dyer Wrestling Tourney Results


January 12th, 2015 by Jim Field

Team Scores:

  1. Glenwood 222.5
  2. Atlantic/CAM 195
  3. Humboldt 162
  4. Bondurant-Farrar 121.5
  5. A-H-S-T-W 94
  6. Red Oak 90.5
  7. Denison 82
  8. Nodaway Valley 53

Place Winners:

106 Results
1st Place – Josef Rogers of Denison
2nd Place – Kole Hansen of Atlantic
3rd Place – Tanner Maxwell of Glenwood
4th Place – Carter Phippen of A-H-S-T-W
5th Place – Brian Krewson of Glenwood
6th Place – Zach Kollmorgen of Humbolt

113 Results
1st Place – Carter Cox of Atlantic
2nd Place – Walter Long of Bondurant-Farrar
3rd Place – Trevor Anderson of Glenwood
4th Place – Levi Sawyer of Humbolt
5th Place – Anthony Cordes of A-H-S-T-W
6th Place – Cristofer Medina of Denison

120 Results
1st Place – Ben Freese of Nodaway Valley
2nd Place – Hadley Ogg of Griswold
3rd Place – Joel Becerra of A-H-S-T-W
4th Place – Trace Harken of Bondurant-Farrar
5th Place – Slade Roenfeld of Glenwood
6th Place – Colby Sorensen of Atlantic

126 Results
1st Place – Marshal McDermott of Atlantic
2nd Place – Brandon Behle of Bondurant-Farrar
3rd Place – Caleb Orme of Red Oak
4th Place – James Lyman of Nodaway Valley
5th Place – Zane Russell of Humbolt
6th Place – Nathan Eggerrs of A-H-S-T-W
7th Place – Gavin Gray of Glenwood

132 Results
1st Place – Austen Gargano of Humbolt
2nd Place – AJ Slaughter of Glenwood
3rd Place – Alec Selberg of Red Oak
4th Place – Christian Danker of A-H-S-T-W
5th Place – Brent Krajicek of Denison
6th Place – Tyler McMann of Red Oak
7th Place – Shawn Swain of Griswold
8th Place – Hunter Lank of Atlantic

138 Results
1st Place – Nate Nebel of Glenwood
2nd Place – Jaden Kampen of Humbolt
3rd Place – Austin Williamson of Atlantic
4th Place – Clay Selberg of Red Oak
5th Place – Dylan Cornelison of Nodaway Valley
6th Place – Tanner Mauk of Atlantic
7th Place – Brandon Renaud of Bondurant-Farrar
8th Place – Stevie Mitchell of A-H-S-T-W

145 Results
1st Place – Caleb Coleman of Bondurant-Farrar
2nd Place – Tanner Mertz of Red Oak
3rd Place – Andrew Tilley of Glenwood
4th Place – Jaxon Kampen of Humbolt
5th Place – Lyndon Bright of Red Oak
6th Place – Alex Dollen of Griswold
7th Place – Jordan Renshaw of Glenwood
8th Place – Levi Lank of Atlantic

152 Results
1st Place – Reid Nichols of Atlantic (Most Outstanding Wrestler)
2nd Place – Matt Malcom of Glenwood
3rd Place – Parker Preul of Denison
4th Place – Jacob Dickenson of Griswold
5th Place – Dalton Meyer of Bondurant-Farrar
6th Place – Malcolm Boyd of Humbolt
7th Place – Josh Allsup of Nodaway Valley
8th Place – Carlos Guerra of Red Oak

160 Results
1st Place – Anthony Sherry of Glenwood
2nd Place – Zac Stork of Atlantic
3rd Place – Timmy Barr of A-H-S-T-W
4th Place – Derek Warren of Glenwood
5th Place – Mike Madsen of Humbolt
6th Place – Cam Pryor of Red Oak
7th Place – Tyler Dewitt of Griswold

170 Results
1st Place – Tucker Ksiazek of Bondurant-Farrar
2nd Place – Dustin Engel of A-H-S-T-W
3rd Place – Isaac Bales of Glenwood
4th Place – Gus Arnold of Humbolt
5th Place – Drake Roller of Atlantic
6th Place – Braxton Wallace of Nodaway Valley
7th Place – Jackson Welter of Red Oak

182 Results
1st Place – Adam Mickelson of Humbolt
2nd Place – Jon Stavas of Glenwood
3rd Place – James Rowe of Glenwood
4th Place – Colin Bruce of Red Oak
5th Place – Travis Petersen of Atlantic
6th Place – Louis Long of Bondurant-Farrar
7th Place – Preston VanArsdol of Denison
8th Place – Colton Newbury of Nodaway Valley

195 Results
1st Place – Haggstrom Zach of Glenwood
2nd Place – Erik Jorgensen of A-H-S-T-W
3rd Place – Trayton Harris of Humbolt
4th Place – Tyler Thomas of Atlantic
5th Place – Jaden Heiden of Denison

220 Results
1st Place – Keagan Hosfelt of Atlantic
2nd Place – John McConkey of Atlantic
3rd Place – Caleb Sanders of Glenwood
4th Place – Bradley Meeves of Denison
5th Place – Mitch Stanley of Glenwood
6th Place – Jon Handley of Bondurant-Farrar
7th Place – Dakota McMann of Red Oak

285 Results
1st Place – Cordes Olthoff of Humbolt
2nd Place – Skyler Svoboda of Atlantic
3rd Place – Dan Forbes of Glenwood
4th Place – Isaac Devereux of Denison

Dixon, Disterhoft led No. 17 Iowa over Purdue 73-59


January 11th, 2015 by Ric Hanson

IOWA CITY, Iowa (AP) – Melissa Dixon scored 18 points and Ally Disterhoft added 17 to lead No. 17 Iowa to a 73-59 win over Purdue on Sunday. Bethany Doolittle contributed 15 for the Hawkeyes (12-3, 3-1 Big 10), who had a subpar performance behind the 3-point line.

Led by Dixon, who shoots 48.4 behind the arc for a nation leading 4.36 per game, Iowa averages 8.8 treys on 41.6 percent shooting. Dixon made 2 of 7 while the Hawkeyes finished 4 of 18 (22 percent). They made up for it at the foul line, going 17 of 19, 11 of 13 in the second half.

Purdue (9-7, 2-3) got 15 points from Ashley Morrissette, despite 1-9 shooting from 3-point range, and 13 from Whitney Bays, who was 3 of 14 from the field. Iowa led 37-27 at halftime by closing with an 8-2 run in the final three minutes. Purdue never got closer than six in the second half.

HSBB: Exira-EHK at Adair-Casey Doubleheader 01-10-2015

Podcasts, Sports

January 11th, 2015 by Chris Parks

Jim Field and Chris Parks have the call of the games played at Adair-Casey High School.


Sports Headline: Seahawks, Patriots advance…Grizzlies get Green from Celtics…Two Ducks suspended


January 11th, 2015 by Ric Hanson

SEATTLE (AP) — Russell Wilson threw three touchdown passes and Kam Chancellor returned an interception 90 yards for a touchdown as the Seahawks beat the Carolina Panthers 31-17 to advance to the NFC title game. The Seahawks never trailed, but they weren’t able to pull away until they scored 17 straight points in the fourth quarter to go ahead 31-10. The Seahawks are the first defending Super Bowl champion to win a playoff game the following season since New England in January 2006.

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. (AP) — New England is in the AFC title game for the fourth straight year after Tom Brady threw a 23-yard touchdown pass to Brandon LaFell with 5:13 remaining to complete the Patriots’ comeback in a 35-31 triumph over Baltimore. The Ravens led 28-14 late in the third quarter before Brady threw two of his three scoring passes. The Pats tied the game on wide receiver Julian Edelman’s 51-yard pass to Danny Amendola with 4:20 left in the third quarter.

NEW ORLEANS (AP) — The Memphis Grizzlies have acquired Boston Celtics forward Jeff Green in a three-way swap with New Orleans. A person familiar with the situation says Tayshaun Prince would go Boston and Quincy Pondexter from Memphis to New Orleans. The trade also would send Austin Rivers from the Pelicans to the Celtics, and Russ Smith from New Orleans to the Grizzlies.

DALLAS (AP) — Oregon coach Mark Helfrich says wide receiver Darren Carrington and running back Ayele Forde will not play in Monday’s national championship game against Ohio State after positive NCAA drug tests. Carrington tested positive for marijuana, and results of Ford’s test were not immediately clear.

OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) — The Oakland Athletics have acquired infielders Ben Zobrist (ZOH’-brihst) and Yunel (yoo-NEHL’) Escobar from the Tampa Bay Rays for catcher John Jaso (JAY’-soh), cash and minor leaguers Daniel Robertson and Boog Powell. Zobrist is an All-Star who hit .272 with 10 home runs last season, while Escobar compiled a .258 average with seven home runs and 39 RBIs. Jaso batted .264 with nine homers and 40 ribbies before missing the last five weeks of the season with a concussion.

Iowa State stuns No. 3 Texas 59-57


January 11th, 2015 by Ric Hanson

AMES, Iowa (AP) —Seanna Johnson hit a layup with 19 seconds left, and Number 3 Texas’s unbeaten start is history after Iowa State rallied from an 18-point deficit to stun third-ranked Texas 59-57 on Saturday. Nikki Moody had 17 points to lead Iowa State (11-3, 2-1 Big 12), which defeated a top-three team at home for the first time in 12 years. The way the Cyclones did it sure was a head scratcher though.

Texas led by 37-19 late in the first half. But Iowa State answered with a 38-13 run and the Longhorns went cold in the second half, hitting just 8 of 38 shots. Iowa State plays at Number 5 Baylor on Tuesday.

No. 17 Iowa State edges No. 14 West Virginia 74-72


January 11th, 2015 by Ric Hanson

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. (AP) — Abdel Nader scored 19 points to lead Number 17 Iowa State to a 74-72 victory over 14th ranked West Virginia Saturday night. For the second time in four days, Iowa State (12-2, 2-0 Big 12) won a game that came down to the final seconds. The Cyclones beat Oklahoma State 63-61 on Tuesday night after Dustin Hogue blocked Tavarius Shine’s 3-point try with under a second left.

Leading scorer Georges Niang had his best game in nearly a month with 16 points for the Cyclones. Hogue added 11 points. Juwan Staten scored 23 points for West Virginia (14-2, 2-1). Devin Williams had 14 points and 15 rebounds, and Jaysean Paige added 10 points.

Iowa State twice squandered eight-point leads but pulled out the win by making three free throws in the final 13 seconds.

Northern Iowa crushes Drake 64-40


January 11th, 2015 by Ric Hanson

DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — Jeremy Morgan scored 15 points and grabbed eight rebounds as Northern Iowa crushed Drake 64-40 on Saturday. Deon Mitchell added 14 points for the Panthers (14-2, 3-1 Missouri Valley Conference) and Seth Tuttle had 12. The team sank 59.5 percent from the field overall with 9 of 19 3-pointers and outrebounded Drake 29-16.

Drake went up 14-5 early on a Reed Trimmer 3-pointer with 13:24 left in the first period. Northern Iowa came back to lead 31-29 at the break. The Panthers jumped to a 46-31 advantage to start the second period on a 15-2 run capped by a Morgan dunk and 3-pointer. A 13-0 run followed, taking it to 59-31 with 7:47 left to play and Northern Iowa rolled to the win. The Bulldogs scored just three field goals in the entire second half.

Trimmer led the Bulldogs (3-13, 0-4) with 13 points and three rebounds in Des Moines.

Area High School basketball scores from Sat., Jan. 10 2015


January 11th, 2015 by Ric Hanson


Boyer Valley, Dunlap 71, Charter Oak-Ute 61
Carlisle 72, Glenwood 67
Council Bluffs, Abraham Lincoln 70, Blair, Neb. 54
Creston 77, Red Oak 33
East Mills 69, Riverside, Oakland 31
Exira/Elk Horn-Kimballton 81, Adair-Casey 75, 2OT
Harlan 77, ADM, Adel 56
Kuemper Catholic, Carroll 54, East Sac County 38
Moulton-Udell 62, Orient-Macksburg 48
Nodaway Valley 68, Clarke, Osceola 56
West Harrison, Mondamin 58, CAM, Anita 55
West Monona, Onawa 62, Missouri Valley 61
Winterset 65, Clarinda 43

CNOS Classic:

Carroll 79, Bishop Heelan Catholic, Sioux City 62
LeMars 63, Sioux Center 53
Rock Valley 65, Dakota Valley, S.D. 50
Sioux City, West 71, Spencer 66
Western Christian, Hull 85, Worthington, Minn. 59

Lourdes Central Catholic Tournament – Championship:

Nebraska City Lourdes, Neb. 70, Council Bluffs, Thomas Jefferson 43


Boyer Valley, Dunlap 57, Charter Oak-Ute 51
CAM, Anita 72, West Harrison, Mondamin 36
Exira/Elk Horn-Kimballton 64, Adair-Casey 44
Harlan 67, ADM, Adel 49
IKM-Manning 71, OA-BCIG 52
Missouri Valley 59, West Monona, Onawa 35
Nodaway Valley 68, Clarke, Osceola 13
Orient-Macksburg 70, Moulton-Udell 45
Red Oak 56, Creston 48
Riverside, Oakland 36, East Mills 23

Lourdes Central Catholic LAA – Championship:

Nebraska City Lourdes, Neb. 37, Council Bluffs, Thomas Jefferson 29