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Tournament of Champions Sunday Photos

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August 9th, 2015 by Jim Field

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Tournament of Champions First Tee Video

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August 9th, 2015 by Jim Field

Check out the action on the first tee at the Tournament of Champions!  The Sunday schedule has golfers starting on the front and back nines, so we will have live video most of the day!

Chiefs’ great Will Shields enters Hall of Fame

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August 9th, 2015 by Ric Hanson

CANTON, Ohio (AP) — Kansas City Chiefs lineman Will Shields has powered his way to football immortality. The 12-time Pro Bowl right guard was inducted into the Hall of Fame on Saturday night. Shields became just the third right guard to enter the Hall.

He made it to Canton in his fourth year of eligibility. The 6-foot-3 Shields joked he’s glad he didn’t grow another couple of inches because if he was taller he might have been moved to tackle and might not have ended up in Canton. Shields was presented for induction by good friend Adrian Lunsford.

 

Cardinals extend scoreless streak to 36 innings in 3-0 win

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August 8th, 2015 by Ric Hanson

MILWAUKEE (AP) — Matt Carpenter hit a leadoff home run, Jaime Garcia pitched two-hit ball for seven innings and the St. Louis Cardinals made it three straight shutout victories with a 3-0 win over the Milwaukee Brewers on Saturday night.

The Cardinals have thrown 36 consecutive scoreless innings since the fourth inning of Wednesday’s 13-inning 4-3 win. Michael Wacha won his team-leading 13th game, stopping Cincinnati 3-0 on Thursday. Lance Lynn beat Milwaukee 6-0 Friday night in the opener of the three-game series.

On Saturday, Garcia (4-4) walked four, struck out five and allowed Jean Segura’s hit in the first and Elian Herrera’s in the third. The left-hander won for the first time in three starts since coming off the 15-day disabled list on July 28 with a strained left groin.

 

Chiefs waive wide receiver Armon Binns in series of moves

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August 8th, 2015 by Ric Hanson

ST. JOSEPH, Mo. (AP) — The Kansas City Chiefs have waived wide receiver Armon Binns and linebacker Sage Harold and signed offensive tackle Anthony Dima and wide receiver Adam Drake in a series of moves Saturday. Binns had not been practicing after hurting his knee earlier in training camp. Harold was considered a longshot to make the roster at linebacker.

Dima signed with the Cleveland Browns after going undrafted last year, and also has spent time with the Houston Texans. Drake led the Football Championship Subdivision in yards receiving last season at Eastern Illinois with 93 catches for 1,321 yards and 12 touchdowns.

 

Iowa turns to CJ Beathard at quarterback

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August 8th, 2015 by Ric Hanson

IOWA CITY, Iowa (AP) — In two seasons as Iowa’s backup quarterback, C.J. Beathard was one of the most popular players on the roster. Now it’s up to Beathard to live up to outsized expectations. Beathard, a redshirt junior nicknamed “Sunshine” by his teammates, was promoted to the starting role following a brutal loss to Tennessee in January’s TaxSlayer Bowl.

The move convinced former starter Jake Rudock to leave for Michigan and potentially left Beathard and the Hawkeyes in a tough spot. If Beathard can’t come through in 2015, it’s tough to see Iowa improving on a tepid 7-6 finish in 2015.

Beathard is the only quarterback with any experience for the Hawkeyes, who open against Illinois State on Sept. 5.

 

Tournament of Champions – Saturday Round 2 Scores (Final)

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August 8th, 2015 by Jim Field

57th Annual Tournament of Champions – Round 2
August 8, 2015 Atlantic Golf & Country Club (Par 69 + 69 = 138)

Championship Division:
Alex Bireline, Atlantic G&CC 6868 = 136 (-2)
Ron Peterson, Past Champion 70 – 70 = 140 (+2)
Ross Martens, Shelby Co GC 73 – 68 = 141 (+3)
Evan Schuler, Atlantic G&CC 72 – 69 = 141 (+3)
Ryan Clark, Briarwood Club 67 – 74 = 141 (+3)
Jacob Anderson, Treynor GC 69 – 72 = 141 (+3)
Zach Christianson, Atlantic G&CC 66 – 77 = 143 (+5)
Jeff Gude, Atlantic G&CC 72 – 72 = 144 (+6)
Chris Nelson, Past Champion 71 – 73 = 144 (+6)
Joe Cale, Majestic Hills GC 69 – 76 = 145 (+7)
Aaron Ahrendsen, Past Champion 75 – 70 = 145 (+7)
Isaac Rodenberg, Woodward GC 70 – 75 = 145 (+7)
Andrew Martin, Nishna Hills GC 76 – 70 = 146 (+8)
Derek Jacobsen, Top 25 76 – 70 = 146 (+8)
Steve Davie, Majestic Hills GC 72 – 75 = 147 (+9)
Barry Smith, Pine Knolls CC 73 – 74 = 147 (+9)
Rob Langfelt, Nishna Hills GC 71 – 76 = 147 (+9)
Joe Schafer, Mt Ayr CC 72 – 75 = 147 (+9)
Darby McLaren, Atlantic G&CC 72 – 76 = 148 (+10)
Jared Koch, Majestic Hills GC 73 – 75 = 148 (+10)
Jake Crowley, Indian Creek CC 75 – 74 = 149 (+11)
Aaron King, Sac CC 75 – 74 = 149 (+11)
Dustin Burr, Audubon CC 74 – 75 = 149 (+11)
Jared Cochran, Terrace Hills GC 74 – 75 = 149 (+11)
Tim Agan, Willow Creek CC 76 – 74 = 150 (+12)
Chad Speer, Greenfield CC 75 – 75 = 150 (+12)
John Hanks, Twin Lakes GC 75 – 75 = 150 (+12)
Kurt Hofmeister, Ida Grove CC 73 – 77 = 150 (+12)
Carter Trewet, Briarwood Club 80 – 71 = 151 (+13)
Zach Mason, Sac CC 76 – 75 = 151 (+13)
Jaxson Armstrong, Crestwood Hills 74 – 77 = 151 (+13)
Phil Ruth, Lakeside GC 79 – 73 = 152 (+14)
Tim Bryte, Hillcrest CC 76 – 76 = 152 (+14)
Shane Burmeister, Atlantic G&CC 75 – 77 = 152 (+14)
Brad Hartkopf, Past Champion 79 – 75 = 154 (+16)
Matt Haley, Indianola CC 76 – 78 = 154 (+16)
Jason Branham, Quail Run GC 76 – 79 = 155 (+17)
Craig Miller, Dunlap GC 83 – 75 = 158 (+20)
James Reynolds, Griswold GC 79 – 79 = 158 (+20)
Eric Krull, Gruis Recreation 78 – 80 = 158 (+20)
Eric Rock, Oakland CC 83 – 76 = 159 (+21)
Josh Burns, Sac CC 81 – 78 = 159 (+21)
Evan Baldwin, Villisca CC 75 – 84 = 159 (+21)
Matt Gross, Nishna Hills GC 79 – 81 = 160 (+22)
J.J. Peterson, Quail Run CC 81 – 80 = 161 (+23)
Phil Morrow, Onawa CC 83 – 80 = 163 (+25)
Luke Fry, Osceola CC 83 – 80 = 163 (+25)
Eric Brown, Mt. Ayr CC 79 – 84 = 163 (+25)
Jared Knutstrom, Crestmoor GC 86 – 80 = 166 (+28)
Cody Matthewson, Woodward GC 84 – 88 = 172 (+34)
Steve Miller, Dunlap GC 83 – 91 = 174 (+36)
Chris Dorsey, Osceola CC 105 – 93 = 198 (+60)

Senior Division:
Darron Baker, Eagle Grove GC 70 – 73 = 143 (+5)
Del Miller, Past Champion 72 – 71 = 143 (+5)
Bobby Rist, Lake City CC 70 – 75 = 145 (+7)
Daryl Armstrong, Crestwood Hills GC 73 – 73 = 146 (+8)
Rick Carter, Crestmoor GC 73 – 74 = 147 (+9)
Kim Peters, Crestwood Hills GC 73 – 74 = 147 (+9)
John O’Hair, Indianola CC 74 – 74 = 148 (+10)
Ken Portsche, Past Champion 74 – 75 = 149 (+11)
Jim Wood, Red Oak CC 74 – 76 = 150 (+12)
John Willmore, Past Champion 75 – 76 = 151 (+13)
Kurt Matthewson, Ames CC 74 – 77 = 151 (+13)
Rick Thompson, Past Champion 73 – 79 = 152 (+14)
Mike Martin, Nishna Hills GC 74 – 81 = 155 (+17)
Jeff Morenz, Atlantic G&CC 80 – 76 = 156 (+18)
Blair Hoegh, Ankeny CC 78 – 80 = 158 (+20)
Jeff Heckroth, Woodward GC 78 – 81 = 159 (+21)
Ron Eads, Waveland GC 81 – 80 = 161 (+23)
David Kaufman, Shadow Valley GC 82 – 81 = 163 (+25)
John Thomsen, Happy Hollow CC 89 – 77 = 166 (+28)
Jim Tangeman, Gateway Rec 86 – 84 = 170 (+32)
Galen Jennings, 5×80 GC 94 – 78 = 172 (+34)

Super Senior Division:
Arnie Leistad, Atlantic G&CC 71 – 69 = 140 (+2)
John Holmes, Past Champion 73 – 77 = 150 (+12)
Edward Troll, Avoca GC 77 – 83 = 160 (+22)
Allan Hjelle, Atlantic G&CC 83 – 80 = 163 (+25)
Ed Leistad, Nishna Hills GC 82 – 84 = 166 (+28)
Perry Paulsen, Atlantic G&CC 83 – 84 = 167 (+29)
Jim Ripley, Clarinda CC 94 – 85 = 179 (+41)
Rich Mitchell, Nishna Hills GC 91 – 91 = 182 (+44)
Jerry E Hoff, Oakland GC 97 – 86 = 183 (+45)
Donald Perrin, Happy Hollow CC 93 – 95 = 188 (+50)
Keith Moore, Crestmoor 79 (+10) WD

Tournament of Champions Day 2 Pictures

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August 8th, 2015 by Jim Field

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Tournament of Champions Photos from Day 1

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August 8th, 2015 by Jim Field

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August 8th, 2015 by Chris Parks

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