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Gustafson reaches milestone in No. 16 Iowa women’s victory

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December 8th, 2018 by Ric Hanson

IOWA CITY, Iowa (AP) — Megan Gustafson scored 32 points, passing the 2,000 career mark along the way, and No. 16 Iowa pulled away from IUPUI 72-58 on Saturday. Gustafson became the third Hawkeye in program history to reach 2,000 points with 2,022 and the seventh Big Ten player to score 2,000 points and collect 1,000 rebounds. Iowa’s career rebounding leader also added 10 more boards.

The game featured Gustafson and the Jaguars’ Macee Williams, both on the preseason Lisa Leslie Award watch list for the nation’s best center. Williams scored 19 points with eight rebounds but fouled out with 5:34 remaining and IUPUI trailing 57-52. From there, the Hawkeyes (7-2) outscored the Jaguars 15-6 with nine points from Gustafson.

Hannah Stewart added 10 points for Iowa.

Guebert, South Dakota St women upset No. 21 Drake 80-71

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December 8th, 2018 by Ric Hanson

BROOKINS, S.D. (AP) — Madison Guebert scored 21 points and South Dakota State made 5 of 6 free throws in the final minute to upset No. 21 Drake 80-71 on Saturday. The game ended at almost the exact same time as the SDSU football team won 27-17 in an FCS quarterfinal game at Kennesaw State.
Sara Rhine led Drake with 22 points on 9-of-12 shooting, while Sammie Bachrodt scored 18.

7AM Sportscast 12/08/2018

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December 8th, 2018 by Chris Parks

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High School Wrestling Recap Friday 12/08/2018

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December 8th, 2018 by Chris Parks

Council Bluffs Wrestling Classic

The first day of the Council Bluffs Wrestling Classic at the Mid-America Center in Council Bluffs was Friday. Atlantic/CAM sits in 19th place after with first day with 71.5 points.

Liberty, MO leads the field with 163.5 points. Waukee (156.5), Apple Valley (143.5), Millard South (137.5) and Kearney (137) make up the rest of the top five.

Underwood is tied for 16th with 73.5 points.

Atlantic/CAM has wrestlers competing for no worse than the following places: Garrett McLaren 16th at 106, Ethan Follmann 28th at 113, Joe Weaver 28th at 120, Steele McLaren 28th at 126, Jaxson Bell 32nd at 132, Chase McLaren 12th at 138, Kadin Stutzman 16th at 145, Payton Fewson 32nd at 152, Connor Pellett 12th at 160, Kenny Jimmerson 28th at 170, Mitchell Williamson 28th at 182, Devin McKay 28th at 195, Cale Roller 16th at 220.

Dan Christensen Invitational

Creston O-M finished third and Red Oak ended up fifth at the Dan Christensen Invitational at Central Decatur on Friday night.

MFL-Mar-Mac won the meet with 218.5 points. Van Meter/Earlham was runner-up with 192pts.

Red Oak had two champions: Justin McCunn at 160 and Carter Maynes at 182. Creston O-M had one champ in Jackson Kinsella at 170.

High School Basketball Scoreboad 12/08/2018

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December 8th, 2018 by Chris Parks

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Hawkeye Ten Conference

Creston 72, Atlantic 55 (Brielle Baker 23pts, becomes Creston All-Time Scoring leader)
Denison-Schleswig 44, Harlan 33
Lewis Central 66, Kuemper Catholic 19
Red Oak 50, St. Albert 48
Shenandoah 57, Clarinda 27

Western Iowa Conference

ASHTW 37, Logan-Magnolia 31
Audubon 60, Riverside 30
IKM-Manning 72, Missouri Valley 13
Tri-Center 55, Underwood 40

Rolling Valley Conference

Ar-We-Va 57, CAM 47
Boyer Valley 50, Woodbine 34
Exira/Elk Horn-Kimballton 65, West Harrison 24
Glidden-Ralston 56, Paton-Churdan 38

Corner Conference

Fremont-Mills 47, South Page 26
Sidney 49, Griswold 33
Stanton 43, East Mills 22

Pride of Iowa Conference

Bedford 46, East Union 20
Martensdale-St. Marys 51, Southwest Valley 46
Mount Ayr 60, Southeast Warren 43
Nodaway Valley 59, Wayne 29

Other Scores

CB Abraham Lincoln 66, Sergeant Bluff-Luton 57 OT
Murray 58, Orient-Macksburg 21

BOYS BASKETBALL

Hawkeye Ten Conference

Creston 60, Atlantic 57 (Kylan Smallwood 38 for Creston, Tyler Moen 18 for Atlantic)
Clarinda 64, Shenandoah 51
Denison-Schleswig 55, Harlan 40
Lewis Central 67, Kuemper Catholic 52
St. Albert 64, Red Oak 39

Western Iowa Conference

Audubon 70, Riverside 43
IKM-Manning 45, Missouri Valley 29
Logan-Magnolia 49, AHSTW 42
Tri-Center 59, Underwood 48

Rolling Valley Conference

Ar-We-Va 76, CAM 41
Exira/Elk Horn-Kimballton 67, West Harrison 21
Paton-Churdan 47, Glidden-Ralston 31
Woodbine 62, Boyer Valley 42

Corner Conference

Fremont-Mills 77, Clarinda Academy 57
Sidney 64, Griswold 30
Stanton 70, East Mills 53

Pride of Iowa Conference

Bedford 65, East Union 30
Martensdale-St. Marys 64, Southwest Valley 29
Mount Ayr 75, Southeast Warren 18

Other Scores

Sergeant Bluff-Luton 59, CB Abraham Lincoln 51
Murray 78, Orient-Macksburg 42

Atlantic girls drop road game at Creston

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December 7th, 2018 by Chris Parks

The Atlantic girls basketball team fell on the road at Creston 72-55 on Friday. Creston jumped out to a six-point lead by the end of the first quarter and ballooned that lead to 17 by halftime at 38-21. The Panthers maintained control in the second-half.

Creston was led by Brielle Baker with 23 points. Kelsey Fields finished with 15 on the night as Creston improved to 2-2 on the season.

Atlantic got 13 points from Alyssa Derby, all in the second-half, 12 from Corri Pelzer and 11 from Haley Rasmussen. The Trojans fall to 0-5 and will next return home on Tuesday night to take on Glenwood as part of another doubleheader.

Creston will be home on Tuesday to host Harlan.

Listen to a postgame interview with Coach Vargason below.

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Creston boys skate past Atlantic

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December 7th, 2018 by Chris Parks

Trojan LogoThe Atlantic boys basketball team lost a thriller on Friday night at Creston 60-57. The Trojans got down early in the ballgame but were able to fight back to a seven-point margin by the end of the third quarter. They then got the game all the way back to a one-point game late.

Kylan Smallwood went to the free-throw line for a one-and-one opportunity and knocked down both free throws to push the Creston lead back to three with just 14 seconds left in the game. Atlantic brought the ball up and Chase Mullenix had an opportunity from way outside for a 3 that would have tied it but it hit back-iron and Creston escaped with the win.

Kylan Smallwood led all scorers with a monster night of 38 points. Atlantic got 18 points from Tyler Moen and 17 points from Chase Mullenix, who had 15 of those in the second half.

The Trojans fall to 2-2 on the season with the loss and they will next to be home to host Glenwood coming up on Tuesday night as part of another double header. For Creston they improved to 2-2 and they will take on Harlan in their next outing on Tuesday.

Listen to postgame interviews with Tyler Moen and Coach Jeff Ebling below.

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IGHSAU weekly girls basketball rankings 12/6/2018

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December 7th, 2018 by Chris Parks

The IGHSAU released their weekly girls basketball rankings on Thursday. Follow the link to see the full rankings for all classes.

GBB-Rankings-12-6-18

Atlantic travels to Creston for Hawkeye Ten doubleheader

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December 7th, 2018 by Chris Parks

Trojan LogoThe Atlantic Trojans will go on the road to Creston tonight to face the Panthers in a girl/boy varsity doubleheader. We’ll have coverage of the two games on KJAN.

The girls game will feature the 0-4 Trojans against the 1-2 Panthers. Creston opened the season with a win over Winterset and then dropped back to back road games against Glenwood and Shenandoah. The Trojans are coming off a spirited effort against the Class 3A 4th ranked Red Oak Tigers in a 54-50 loss. Baylee Newell has leads the Trojans in scoring with 12 points per game, while the Panthers have been led by 17 per outing from Brielle Baker.

The boys game will feature a 2-1 Atlantic squad against the 1-2 Panthers. Atlantic is coming off a road win at Red Oak 61-34 on Tuesday night. The Panthers picked up their first win on Tuesday 60-56 over Shenandoah. Atlantic has been led by 23 points per game from Chase Mullenix. The Panthers have gotten 19 per game from Cael Kralik and 18 per outing from Kylan Smallwood.

We’ll have coverage of the games tonight with pregame starting at approximately 5:45pm before the girls tip at 6:00pm. The boys will follow with an approximate 7:30pm tip-off. You can catch the game on AM1220, FM101.1, online at kjan.com, and on the web app. No facebook video for tonight.

 

CAM hosts Ar-We-Va on CAM Cougar Channel tonight

CAM Cougar Channel, Sports

December 7th, 2018 by Chris Parks

The CAM Cougars will play host to the Ar-We-Va Rockets for a Rolling Valley Conference Doubleheader tonight and live video will be available on the CAM Cougar Channel.

The girls game will feature the 4-0 Cougars against the 2-1 Rockets. The Cougars are ranked 4th in the latest Class 1A rankings.

The boys game has 1-2 CAM taking on the 3-0 Rockets. Ar-We-Va is coming off a thrilling one-point comeback win over Exira-EHK on Tuesday.

You can watch the live video stream produced by CAM students through the video player on the CAM Cougar Channel page at kjan.com