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Lewis Central Cross Country Invitational Results


September 14th, 2015 by Chris Parks

Lewis Central Cross Country Invitational held on Saturday, September 12th at IWCC.

Boys Team Results

  1. Plattsmouth 38pts
  2. Harlan 64pts
  3. Lewis Central 103pts
  4. CB TJ 125pts
  5. Glenwood 127pts
  6. Tri-Center 130pts
  7. CB AL 158
  8. AHSTW 215pts
  9. St. Albert 221pts

Boys Individual

  1. Corey Kress, Plattsmouth
  2. Brenden O’Brien, Lewis Central.
  3. Jon Dahlmeier, Thomas Jefferson
  4. Ronald Taylor, Plattsmouth
  5. Cole Wagner, Plattsmouth

Girls Team Results

  1. Lewis Central 48pts
  2. Harlan 49pts
  3. CB AL 113pts
  4. Plattsmouth 115pts
  5. Treynor 126pts
  6. CB TJ 140pts
  7. Missouri Valley 143pts
  8. Tri-Center 201pts

Girls Individual

  1. Autumn Graham, Plattsmouth
  2. Kye Madsen, Lewis Central
  3. Alexis Cook, Missouri Valley
  4. Claire Jones, Abraham Lincoln
  5. April Graham, Plattsmouth

(Podcast) KJAN Morning Sports report, 9/14/2015

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September 14th, 2015 by Ric Hanson

The 7:20-a.m. Sportscast w/Jim Field.


Cardinals beat Reds 9-2 and avoid sweep


September 14th, 2015 by Ric Hanson

CINCINNATI (AP) – Tommy Pham hit a tiebreaking, two-run homer in the sixth inning, pinch-hitter Matt Adams added a two-run drive in a five-run eighth and the St. Louis Cardinals rallied to beat the Cincinnati Reds 9-2 Sunday and avoid getting swept in the four-game series.

The Cardinals, on their worst stretch this season, had lost eight of 10 going into the series finale, and their division lead over Pittsburgh was down to 2 1/2 games. St. Louis then fell behind 2-0 on Todd Frazier’s second-inning homer and Tucker Barnhart’s fourth-inning sacrifice fly.

Those were the only runs the Reds would score against Michael Wacha (16-5), who allowed three hits and four walks in six innings. Outscored 20-3 in the first three games, the Cardinals tied the score in the fifth against Raisel Iglesias on Kolten Wong’s run-scoring infield single and Matt Carpenter’s RBI single. Sam LeCure (0-1) walked Greg Garcia and Pham homered on a 2-2 pitch for a 4-2 lead, his second home run of the season and first since July 5.

Smith’s 3 touchdown passes lead Chiefs over Texans, 27-20


September 13th, 2015 by Chris Parks

HOUSTON (AP) – Alex Smith threw for 243 yards and three touchdowns in the first half as the Kansas City Chiefs built a big lead and held on for a 27-20 victory over the mistake-prone Houston Texans on Sunday. Travis Kelce caught two touchdown passes in the first quarter, the first one coming after Kansas City intercepted Brian Hoyer on his first throw as a Texan.

The Chiefs were up by 14 in the second quarter when Justin Houston sacked Hoyer, forcing a fumble. Kansas City recovered it and a 7-yard touchdown reception by Jamaal Charles pushed the lead to 27-6.  Hoyer struggled in his debut before Ryan Mallett took over with about six minutes left and led Houston on two scoring drives to cut the lead to a touchdown.

Trojann Volleyball Tournament Results


September 13th, 2015 by Jim Field

Glenwood won the Atlantic Trojann Volleyball Tournament on Saturday with a record of 4-1.  St. Albert was the runner-up with a record of 4-1.  Treynor and Underwood each had marks of 3-2, Winterset was 1-4 and Atlantic had a record of 0-5.  The Complete results are listed here:  2015 Trojan VB Tournament

Area Volleyball Scores from Sat., 9/12/15


September 13th, 2015 by Ric Hanson

(2-0) Audubon 21-21, IKM-Manning 19-19
(2-0) Audubon 21-21, Riverside, Oakland 6-8
(2-0) Bedford 21-21, Fremont-Mills 12-15
(2-0) Bedford 21-23, Lenox 17-21
(2-0) Boyer Valley 21-21, Woodbine 17-11
(2-1) Clarinda 21-16-15, IKM-Manning 19-21-12
(2-0) Clarinda 21-21, Audubon 14-18
(2-0) Clarion-Goldfield 21-21, Southwest Valley 12-13
(2-0) Creston 21-21, Fremont-Mills 11-12
(2-0) Creston 24-21, Lenox 22-12
(2-0) Davis County, Bloomfield 25-25, East Union 19-18
(2-1) East Sac County 21-18-15, Kuemper Catholic, Carroll 16-21-13
(2-0) East Sac County 21-21, Panorama 5-6
(2-0) East Union 25-25, Interstate 35, Truro 16-22
(2-1) Fremont-Mills 21-11-15, Lenox 7-21-6
(2-1) Fremont-Mills 21-11-15, Lenox 7-21-6
(2-1) Fremont-Mills 21-15-15, Stanton 16-21-12
(2-0) Fremont-Mills 21-21, Stanton 16-15
(2-1) Glenwood 19-21-15, Winterset 21-15-6
(2-0) Glenwood 21-23, Underwood 15-21
(2-0) Glenwood 21-24, St. Albert, Council Bluffs 14-22
(2-1) Griswold 21-14-15, Guthrie Center 14-21-10
(2-0) Guthrie Center 21-23, AHSTW 19-21
(2-0) Humboldt 21-21, Maple Valley-Anthon Oto 12-15
(2-0) IKM-Manning 21-21, Riverside, Oakland 5-10
(2-0) Kuemper Catholic, Carroll 21-21, Panorama 7-8
(2-0) Kuemper Catholic, Carroll 21-21, Ridge View 13-12
(2-0) Kuemper Catholic, Carroll 21-21, Siouxland Community Christian 9-14
(2-0) Kuemper Catholic, Carroll 21-21, South Central Calhoun 14-8
(2-0) Kuemper Catholic, Carroll 21-21, St. Edmond, Fort Dodge 9-14
(2-1) Lenox 17-21-15, Shenandoah 21-18-11
(2-1) Logan-Magnolia 20-21-15, Charter Oak-Ute 22-15-9
(2-0) Logan-Magnolia 21-21, West Harrison 12-7
(2-0) Logan-Magnolia 21-22, West Monona 13-20
(2-0) Logan-Magnolia 25-25, Remsen-Union 18-12
(2-1) OA-BCIG 21-15-15, Woodbine 13-21-4
(2-0) Red Oak 21-21, AHSTW 8-6
(2-0) Red Oak 21-22, Guthrie Center 6-20
(2-0) Red Oak 25-25, Audubon 22-13
(2-0) Red Oak 25-25, Griswold 16-6
(2-0) Red Oak 26-25, Clarinda 24-10
(2-0) Rock Port 21-21, Fremont-Mills -1–1
(2-0) South Central Calhoun 21-21, Panorama 17-7
(2-10) St. Albert, Council Bluffs 21-14-15, Underwood 16-21-13
(2-0) St. Albert, Council Bluffs 21-21, Atlantic 6-17
(2-0) St. Albert, Council Bluffs 21-21, Treynor 18-18
(2-0) St. Albert, Council Bluffs 21-21, Winterset 12-13
(2-0) Treynor 21-21, Winterset 18-11
(2-1) Underwood 13-21-15, Treynor 21-18-7
(2-0) Underwood 21-21, Atlantic 18-10
(2-0) Underwood 21-21, Winterset 19-16
(2-0) West Monona 25-25, Logan-Magnolia 23-21
(2-0) Winterset 21-21, Atlantic 9-7

Beathard leads Iowa past Iowa State 31-17


September 12th, 2015 by Ric Hanson

AMES, Iowa (AP) – C.J. Beathard threw three touchdown passes, including the tie-breaker to Riley McCarron with 2:14 left, lifting Iowa to a 31-17 victory over Iowa State on Saturday. Jordan Canzeri’s fumble deep in Iowa State territory had thwarted an earlier drive by the Hawkeyes (2-0). But their defense forced the Cyclones (1-1) to punt, Desmond King returned it to midfield and Beathard took the Hawkeyes to the decisive score, finding the 5-foot-9 McCarron in the back of the end zone from 25 yards out.

King’s interception gave the ball right back to Iowa and Canzeri scored on an 8-yard run to finish it off. The victory followed an emotional week for the Hawkeyes, who are mourning the deaths, four days apart, of former football standout Tyler Sash and former basketball star Roy Marble.

Northern Iowa holds off Eastern Washington 38-35


September 12th, 2015 by Ric Hanson

CEDAR FALLS, Iowa (AP) — Michael Schmadeke kicked a 24-yard field goal with 5:37 remaining in the game and then Deiondre’ Hall returned an interception 16 yards for a touchdown to give Northern Iowa a 38-35 win over Eastern Washington in a battle of FCS powers on Saturday.

Hall’s pick of Jordan West came on the first official play after the field goal — and after a holding penalty wiped out West’s 66 yard run to the Northern Iowa 17. The Eagles (0-2) quickly answered with a touchdown but the Panthers got a good kick return from Tyvis Smith and kept the ball for the final 3:20.

Aaron Bailey, who threw for two touchdowns, and Darrian Miller ran for 134 and 112 yards, respectively, for Northern Iowa (1-1). That offset 526 passing yards for Eastern Washington quarterbacks West and Reilly Hennessey, who combined to go 37 of 47.

Eastern’s Nic Sblendorio had career-highs of 10 receptions and 158 yards while All-American Cooper Kupp had 9 for 179 and two touchdowns before sitting out the second half with a hip pointer.

Slumping Cardinals drop third straight to Reds 5-1


September 12th, 2015 by Ric Hanson

CINCINNATI (AP) — Skip Schumaker hit a three-run homer, rookie Anthony DeSclafani pitched six strong innings and the Cincinnati Reds won their second game of the day, beating the struggling St. Louis Cardinals 5-1 on Saturday. The first-place Cardinals have lost the first three games of the four-game series. Their lead over Pittsburgh in the NL Central fell to three games, with the Pirates hosting Milwaukee on Saturday night.

Earlier, Adam Duvall’s two-run homer in the eighth lifted the Reds to a 4-2 win in the completion of a game suspended by rain on Friday. Schumaker, a former Cardinal, hit his first homer since Aug. 13 of last season. St. Louis is 3-8 in September after three straight losses to the last-place Reds, who on Sunday can finish off their first four-game sweep of the Cardinals since 2003.

DeSclafani (9-10) struck out 10 and allowed one earned run. Lance Lynn (11-10) took the loss.


(Podcast) KJAN Morning Sports report, 9/12/2015

Podcasts, Sports

September 12th, 2015 by Ric Hanson

The 7:18-a.m. Sportscast w/Ric Hanson.