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Boys Substate Soccer pairings released by IHSAA

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May 11th, 2016 by Chris Parks

The Iowa High School Athletic Association released postseason pairings for Boys Soccer on Wednesday.  First round play in all three classes begins on Monday, May 23rd with the substate semifinals on Wednesday, May 25th and the substate final on Saturday, May 28th.  Winners will qualify for the state tournament June 2nd-June 4th in Des Moines.  You can see full brackets here.

Rolling Valley Conference Boys Golf Championships 5/10/2016

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May 11th, 2016 by Chris Parks

The Rolling Valley Conference Boys Golf Championships were played on Tuesday, May 10th at Atlantic Golf and Country Club.

Team Scoring

  1. Coon Rapids-Bayard 347
  2. Glidden-Ralston 360
  3. Charter Oak-Ute 384
  4. Boyer Valley 391
  5. CAM 392
  6. Exira-EHK 398
  7. Woodbine 420
  8. Adair-Casey 523

Individual Scoring

  1. Owen Pevestorf, Coon Rapids-Bayard 84
  2. Colton Lenz, Coon Rapids-Bayard 86
  3. Zach Lee, Coon Rapids-Bayard 87
  4. Oliver Connor, Glidden-Ralston 87
  5. Drew Olberding, Glidden-Ralston 89
  6. Isaac McAllister, Coon Rapids-Bayard 90
  7. Spencer Miller, Boyer Valley 90
  8. Gage Lauritsen, Exira-EHK 90
  9. Brady Danner, Glidden-Ralston 90
  10. Clay Schmidt, Woodbine 91
  11. Alec Hast, Boyer Valley 93
  12. Jared Ewoldt, Glidden-Ralston 94

Iowa State loses forward Emmanuel Malou to NBA draft

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May 11th, 2016 by Chris Parks

AMES, Iowa (AP) — Iowa State says Emmanuel Malou will skip his remaining college eligibility and enter the NBA draft.

Malou, a 6-foot-9 forward from Melbourne, Australia, was one of the nation’s top junior college prospects when he signed with Iowa State in November.

Malou, who turned down Arizona, Kansas and Oregon in favor of the Cyclones, transferred to a local community college and sat out the 2015-16 in hopes of getting his academics in order.

But Malou said Wednesday that he has signed with agent and will pursue a professional career.

 

High School Golf/Tennis Scoreboard Tuesday 5/10/2016

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May 11th, 2016 by Chris Parks

GOLF

GIRLS

Mount Ayr 200, Bedford no team score (Medalist: Tessa Shields, Mount Ayr 44)

BOYS

Bedford 194, Mount Ayr 208 (Medalist: Myles Greene, Mount Ayr 39)

 

TENNIS

GIRLS

Atlantic 8, Southwest Valley 1
Glenwood 9, CB Thomas Jefferson 0

 

High School Soccer Scoreboard Tuesday 05/10/2016

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May 11th, 2016 by Chris Parks

GIRLS

Atlantic 3, Creston 2
Council Bluffs, Thomas Jefferson 1, St. Albert, Council Bluffs 0
Harlan 4, AHSTW 2
Tri-Center 3, Treynor 0

BOYS

AHSTW 7, Clarinda Academy 2
Kuemper Catholic 4, Creston 1
St. Albert, Council Bluffs 1, Council Bluffs, Thomas Jefferson 0

(Podcast) KJAN Morning Sports report, 5/11/2016

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May 11th, 2016 by Ric Hanson

The 7:20-a.m. Sportscast w/Chris Parks.

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Rolling Valley Conference Girls Golf Championships 05/10/2016

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May 11th, 2016 by Chris Parks

The Rolling Valley Girls Golf Championships were held Tuesday at Atlantic Golf and Country Club in Atlantic.

Team Scoring

  1. Boyer Valley 421
  2. Coon-Rapids Bayard 486
  3. Charter Oak-Ute 501
  4. Woodbine 511
  5. CAM 527
  6. Glidden-Ralston 537
  7. Exira-EHK no team score
  8. Adair-Casey no team score

Individual Scores

  1. Claire Gambs, Boyer Valley 101
  2. Brooke Hast, Boyer Valley 104
  3. Savanah Hoffman, Coon Rapids-Bayard 105
  4. Morgan Ferguson, CAM 105
  5. Lindsey Anderson, Boyer Valley 106
  6. Sierra Marshall, Woodbine 106
  7. Anna Puck, Boyer Valley 110
  8. Mandy Meseck, Charter Oak-Ute 113
  9. Allison Maack, Charter Oak-Ute 113
  10. Brook Schwery, Exira-EHK 115
  11. Sara Sparks, Glidden-Ralston 116
  12. Madison Standley, Glidden-Ralston 117

Atlantic Girls Tennis tops SW Valley

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May 11th, 2016 by Chris Parks

Atlantic Girls Tennis v SW Valley 5-10-16 4:30 pm

Atlantic 8 SW Valley 1

Singles

1. Jena Brosam 11 (A) def Brittany Westlake 11 (SW) 8-6
2. Olivia Davis 11 (A) def Sydney Dimmler 12 (SW) 8-4
3. Ashtyn Grossnickle 12 (SW) def Kyja Arnold 11 (A) 8-3
4. Heather Freund 10 (A) def Jacy Shafer 11 (SW) 8-3
5. Carly Westphalen 11 (A) def Danielle Wetzel 10 (SW) 8-1
6. Alexis Boes 11 (A) def Katie Herman 9 (SW) 8-3

Doubles

1. Davis/Arnold (A) def Westlake/Grossnickle (SW) 8-3
2. Brosam/Boes (A) def Dimmler/Shafer (SW) 8-4
3. HFreund/ Westphalen (A) def Wetzel/Herman (SW) 8-0

Hawkeye Ten Boys Tennis Championships 05/10/2016

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May 11th, 2016 by Chris Parks

The Hawkeye Ten Conference Boys Tennis Championships were held Tuesday at the Red Oak Sports Complex after being postponed Monday.

Team Scoring

  1. Glenwood 24
  2. Harlan 20
  3. Lewis Central 18
  4. St. Albert 16
  5. Shenandoah 13
  6. Kuemper Catholic 13
  7. Creston 11
  8. Atlantic 10
  9. Denison-Schleswig 9
  10. Red Oak 8
  11. Clarinda 2

Number One Singles

  1. Caleb Shudak, Lewis Central
  2. Travis Miller, St. Albert
  3. Ryan Kucera, Creston
  4. Dalton Stoaks, Shenandoah
  5. Isaac Stitz, Harlan
  6. Sam Lauritsen, Glenwood
  7. Jacob Brooks, Clarinda
  8. Kaleb Flory, Atlantic

Number One Doubles

  1. Adam Konfrst/Aaron Bertini, Glenwood
  2. Jaden Heiden/Sam Weber, Denison-Schleswig
  3. Grant Podhojsky/Cooper McDermott, Atlantic
  4. Tanner Finken/Cameron Pille, Kuemper
  5. Weston Rolen/Jesse Taylon, Red Oak
  6. Nolan Heese/Michael Rueschenberg, Harlan

Number Two Singles

  1. Reed Miller, St. Albert
  2. Alex Chekal, Glenwood
  3. Colton Lear, Lewis Central
  4. Alex Plagman, Harlan
  5. Carlos Guerra, Red Oak
  6. Brodie Jones, Shenandoah

Number Two Doubles

  1. Josh Cheek/Kaleb Kaster, Harlan
  2. Matt Dentlinger/Connor Uhlenkamp, Kuemper
  3. Sean Harper/Ethan Thomspon, Glenwood
  4. Garrett Clark/John Laughlin, Harlan
  5. Cory Lear/Grant Rodenburg, Lewis Central
  6. Luke Hohenberger/Caleb Williams, Atlantic

Atlantic results 16H10boys.

 

Hawkeye 10 Girls Golf Championships 5/10/2016

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May 11th, 2016 by Chris Parks

The Hawkeye Ten Conference Girls Golf Championships were held Tuesday at Fox Run Golf Course in Council Bluffs after being moved back from Monday.  Atlantic had the tournament Medalist and Runner-Up on their way to the team title.

TrojanTourneyGirls2016Team Scoring

  1. Atlantic 335
  2. Kuemper Catholic 377
  3. Creston 382
  4. Harlan 384
  5. Shenandoah 412
  6. Denison 418
  7. Clarinda 429
  8. Glenwood 453
  9. Lewis Central 468
  10. St. Albert 528
  11. Red Oak no team score

 

Individual Scores

  1. Brooke Newell, Atlantic 69
  2. Erin Olsen, Atlantic 83
  3. Ashton Carter, Creston 87
  4. McKenna Ludwig, Kuemper Catholic 88
  5. Alyssa Ginther, Atlantic 88
  6. Madison Hance, Creston 88
  7. Sophia Groumoutis, Creston 91
  8. Anna Carlson, Shenandoah 92
  9. Maggie Langenfeld, Harlan 92
  10. Alison Schweers, Kuemper Catholic 92
  11. Ciara Burnison, Shenandoah 94
  12. Amber Gross, Kuemper Catholic 95

Other Atlantic Scores

McKenna DenBeste 95 (13th)
Sarah Fixmer 95 (14th)
Baylee Newell 100 (20th)

Brooke Newell, Erin Olsen, and Alyssa Ginther are all named 1st Team All-Conference with their top 5 finishes.

Notes from Head Coach Kathy Hobson: “Winning the conference tournament was a definite team effort – all 6 of our girls shot 100 strokes or less.

What a wonderful day for Brooke Newell. She had the mojo today – great putting. 2 under par is the lowest 18 hole score (net) that we’ve had in the past 10 seasons;  I can’t verify it, but it likely is the best that has been shot in girls golf at Atlantic High School.
I’m sure in Erin Olsen’s mind she would have liked to have shot better than 83 but that was still vital in our team success and gave her the 2nd best score of the day.
Good to see Alyssa Ginther back playing like we know she can.  She had a chip in and overall just had a solid day.
McKenna DenBeste and Sarah Fixmer were just out of the medals.  Both tied for 12th place but due to handicapping they were dropped to 13th and 14th.  12th place would have earned them 2nd team all-conference honors.
Baylee Newell struggled a bit on the front 9 but came back with a more consistent back 9. Way to go girls!!!”