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8AM Sportscast 04-18-2014

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April 18th, 2014 by Chris Parks

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High School Sports Scoreboard 04/17/2014

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April 18th, 2014 by Chris Parks

Boys Soccer

  • Riverside 5, Atlantic 2
  • Creston 2, Denison-Schleswig 1 – 2 OT
  • Glenwood 2, Harlan 1
  • West Central Valley 6, Missouri Valley 1

Girls Soccer

  • Bondurant-Farrar 10, Carroll 0
  • Glenwood 4, Harlan 0
  • Nodaway Valley/Adair-Casey/West Central Valley 8, Knoxville 1
  • Riverside 4, AHST 3 OT/PK’s

Boys Golf

  • Griswold 277, Clarinda 297.  Griswold’s James Reynolds was medalist with a 38.
  • IKM-Manning 171, Audubon 184.

Lewis Central Golf Tournament at Fox Run

  1. Atlantic 303
  2. East Mills 319
  3. Shenandoah 321
  4. Nodaway Valley 328
  5. Omaha Roncalli 330

Evan Schuler of Atlantic won the tournament shooting a -1 round of 70.

Girls Golf

  • Atlantic 172, Lewis Central 268.  Brooke Fletcher of Atlantic was medalist with a round of 38.
  • Audubon 222, IKM-Manning 246.

Boys Tennis

  • Lewis Central 9, Atlantic 0
  • Harlan 9, Audubon 0
  • Red Oak 9, SW Valley 0
  • Shenandoah 7, Abraham Lincoln 2

Girls Tennis

  • Lewis Central 6, Atlantic 3
  • Harlan 8, Audubon 1
  • Red Oak 9, SW Valley 0

Tri-Center Girls Invite results Thursday

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April 18th, 2014 by Chris Parks

Tri-Center Girls Invite 04/17/2014

Team Standings

  1. Carroll 92
  2. Treynor 88
  3. Tri-Center 80
  4. Underwood 58
  5. Woodbine 52
  6. Denison-Schleswig 52
  7. Fremont-Mills 45
  8. Nodaway Valley 36
  9. Griswold 24
  10. Missouri Valley 21
  11. AHST 18
  12. West Harrison 17
  13. Boyer Valley 6

Nodaway Valley’s Destiny Scar won the 3,000 Meter Run with a time of 11:12.16 and the Wolverines won the 800 Sprint Medley as well.  Tri-Center had 2 Individual winners and also won 3 team events. Find the full results here.

Shenandoah Fillie Relays results Thursday

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April 18th, 2014 by Chris Parks

Shenandoah Fillie Relays 04/17/2014

Team Standings

  1. Shenandoah 161
  2. Mt. Ayr 97
  3. Stanton 85
  4. Sidney 58
  5. Central Decatur 58
  6. Red Oak 54
  7. Essex 46
  8. Nishnabotna 12
  9. Clarinda Academy 9
  10. South Page 4

Find full results here.

Underwood Boys Eagle Relays results Thursday

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April 18th, 2014 by Chris Parks

Boys Eagle Relays 04/17/2014

Team Standings

  1. Missouri Valley 69
  2. Treynor 68
  3. Fremont-Mills 65
  4. Underwood 64
  5. West Harrison 63
  6. Logan-Magnolia 61
  7. Griswold 43
  8. Sidney 34
  9. West Central Valley 29
  10. Tri-Center 22
  11. Woodbine 16
  12. Riverside 11
  13. CB TJ 8
  14. Exira-EHK 5

Griswold won the 400 Meter Relay with the team of Derek Kirchoff, Mason Boucher, Grant Haynes, and Kenneth Clary Time 46.4.  Also the Griswold 1,600 Medley team of Kenneth Clary, Grant Haynes, Jordan Vetter, and Jacob Maass won with a time of 3:51.7.

See full results here.

Glenwood Girls Ram Relays results Thursday

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April 18th, 2014 by Chris Parks

Glenwood Girls Ram Relays 04/17/2014

Team Standings

  1. Glenwood 206
  2. Harlan 150.5
  3. Clarinda 103
  4. Creston 54.5
  5. Atlantic 50.5
  6. CB TJ 44
  7. Logan-Magnolia 40.5
  8. CB LC 40
  9. CB AL 35.5
  10. Riverside 15.5

Tiffany Williams of Atlantic won the 3,000 Meter Run with a time of 11:53.61.

See full results here.

Clarke Boys Track Invite results Thursday

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April 18th, 2014 by Chris Parks

Clarke Boys Track Invite 04/17/2014

Team Standings

  1. Knoxville 147
  2. Clarke (Osceola) 86
  3. Nodaway Valley 73
  4. Chariton 63
  5. Van Meter 58
  6. Southwest Valley 49
  7. I-35 (Truro) 40
  8. Central Decatur 40

Nodaway Valley finished the meet with 2 gold medalists.  Shane Breheny won the 3200 Meter Run with a personal record 10:41.99 and Heath Downing won the 1600 Meter Run with a personal best 4:59.47.  The Wolverines also finished with two silver medalists, and 4 bronze medalists.

Colten Drake of Southwest Valley won the high jump by clearing 6′ even.

Find full results here.

Cardinals put RHP Kelly on DL with hurt hamstring

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April 18th, 2014 by Ric Hanson

WASHINGTON (AP) – St. Louis Cardinals right-hander Joe Kelly has been put on the 15-day disabled list with a strained left hamstring.  The Cardinals also optioned righty reliever Keith Butler to Triple-A Memphis and recalled rookie right-handers Eric Fornataro and Jorge Rondon from Memphis before Thursday’s game at the Washington Nationals. Neither Fornataro nor Rondon has ever appeared in a major league game.

Kelly got hurt while trying to beat out a bunt attempt in the fourth inning of the Cardinals’ 5-1 loss to the Milwaukee Brewers on Wednesday. He is 1-1 with a 0.59 ERA in three starts this season.

Wainwright’s 2-hitter leads Cards past Nats 8-0

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April 18th, 2014 by Ric Hanson

WASHINGTON (AP) – Adam Wainwright threw a two-hitter Thursday night for his seventh career shutout, chipped in at the plate with a double and single, and St. Louis benefited from four errors by Washington in the Cardinals’ 8-0 victory.

Wainwright allowed Ian Desmond’s infield single in the second inning and Adam LaRoche’s single to right in the ninth. He struck out eight and walked three. During one dominant stretch, the runner-up for the 2013 NL Cy Young award retired 18 consecutive batters. This was the right-hander’s 17th complete game and his fourth two-hitter.

Desmond, Washington’s shortstop, made a pair of errors, raising his season total to seven. The Nationals have 20 through 16 games, an average of 1.25.

Clarke U. denies claims in former coach’s lawsuit

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April 17th, 2014 by Ric Hanson

DUBUQUE, Iowa (AP) — Officials at Clarke University are denying claims by a former head softball coach that she was fired because she rejected efforts by the school to make her appear more feminine. Brendan Quann, an attorney representing the university and two employees, recently submitted a reply to a lawsuit filed by Jaclyn Salzwedel in Dubuque District Court.

The Telegraph Herald reports Quann denied that Salzwedel was fired in May 2012 because she didn’t wear more feminine clothing or because of her sexual orientation. Salzwedel claims in her lawsuit that the school hired a consultant to discuss her appearance and to arrange a new haircut and style at a salon.

Quann says a consultant was hired, but he denies any knowledge about a salon appointment.