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Girls Regional Basketball Schedule Wednesday 02/14/2018

Sports

February 14th, 2018 by Chris Parks

Girls Regional Basketball continues or begins tonight for larger class schools. Here is a look at the schedule for area teams with all games set for 7:00pm tip times.

Class 3A Regional Semifinals

Region 8

East Sac County @ Cherokee
Shenandoah @ Red Oak

Class 4A Regional Quarterfinals

Region 1

Carroll @ Storm Lake
Spencer @ Sergeant Bluff-Luton

Region 8

ADM @ Winterset
Glenwood @ Harlan

Class 5A Regional Quarterfinals

Region 4

Sioux City North @ CB Thomas Jefferson

Region 6

CB Abraham Lincoln @ Sioux City West

No. 13 Kansas holds off Iowa State 83-77

Sports

February 14th, 2018 by Ric Hanson

AMES, Iowa (AP) — Udoka Azubuike scored 19 points, Malik Newman had 17 and 13th-ranked Kansas bounced back from a brutal loss at Baylor by beating Iowa State 83-77 on Tuesday. Lagerald Vick scored 16 points for the Jayhawks (20-6, 9-4 Big 12), who shot 48.4 percent from the floor and committed just seven turnovers. Kansas took a five-point lead into the break after Nick Weiler-Babb’s long 3 to end the half was waved off, and it quickly jumped ahead by 11 early in the second half. The Cyclones chipped away at that deficit at times, even getting as close as three, but the Jayhawks pushed their lead to 76-63 with 4:46 left on back-to-back alley-oop dunks by Azubuike. That capped a run of six straight makes for the Jayhawks — who also held Iowa State without a field goal for over four minutes down the stretch.

Freshman Cameron Lard scored 19 points with 11 rebounds for Iowa State (13-12, 4-9). But freshman Lindell Wigginton, who burned the Jayhawks for 27 points in their first meeting, was held to 12 points on 3 of 12 shooting. The Cyclones encountered a Kansas team with something to prove after it got waxed by Baylor 80-64 over the weekend. That’s a tough combination to overcome in a rebuilding year — though Lard’s monster game, on the heels of being named Big 12 newcomer of the week on Monday — was highly encouraging.

 

Iowa State travels to face Kansas State on Saturday.

Northern Iowa wins it at FT line, beating Evansville 47-41

Sports

February 14th, 2018 by Ric Hanson

CEDAR FALLS, Iowa (AP) — Hunter Rhodes had 12 points and Bennett Koch added 10 as Northern Iowa held Evansville scoreless in the final two minutes to secure a 47-41 win on Tuesday night. Northern Iowa (13-14, 5-10 Missouri Valley Conference) won the game at the free-throw line, making 12 of 19, while the Purple Aces did not get to the foul line as Northern Iowa was called for just nine fouls.

Evansville made three more shots from the floor, hitting 18 of 49 while limiting the Panthers to 15-of-54 shooting (28 percent). Northern Iowa won the rebound battle 41-33. Northern Iowa was up 30-23 at the break. Evansville’s Ryan Taylor drilled a 3-pointer to close to 43-41 with 2:08 remaining but that ended the scoring for the Purple Aces. Klint Carlson and Rhodes made four free throws in the final minutes to seal the win. Taylor had 26 points, hitting 4 of 9 from distance, for Evansville (16-12, 6-9).

Girls Regional Basketball Scoreboard Tuesday 02/13/2018

Sports

February 13th, 2018 by Chris Parks

Class 1A Regional Quarterfinals

Region 6

Central Decatur 69, Lamoni 28
Diagonal 49, Lenox 44
Southeast Warren vs. Seymour 58, Southeast Warren 34
Murray 41, Moulton-Udell 33

Region 7

Exira-EHK 77, Riverside 23
CAM 76, Stanton 42- ON KJAN
Boyer Valley 69, Woodbine 28
Fremont-Mills 41, East Mills 40

Region 8

Newell-Fonda 77, Ar-We-Va 28
Glidden-Ralston 60, Grand View Christian 41
West Monona 69, Siouxland Christian 38
Westwood 70, Audubon 33

Class 2A Regional Quarterfinals

Region 6

Panorama 51, Van Meter 31
Martensdale-St. Marys 46, Pleasantville 42
Des Moines Christian 44, Manson NW Webster 39
Earlham 52, Ogden 49

Region 7

Treynor 63, AHSTW 39
St. Albert 61, Underwood 59
Mount Ayr 52, I-35 34
Southwest Valley 44, Nodaway Valley 36

Region 8

Logan-Magnolia 64, Tri-Center 27
IKM-Manning 93, Ridge View 52
West Sioux 53, Lawton-Bronson 35
Unity Christian 60, Woodbury Central 53

Gettler gets 1,000 career points, CAM gets a win

Podcasts, Sports

February 13th, 2018 by Chris Parks

The Cougars huddled up after celebrating Gettler’s 1,000 point milestone

The CAM Cougars won a Girls 1A Region 7 Quarterfinal game over Stanton on Tuesday night 76-42. Madison Gettler needed 24 points coming in to the game to get to 1,000 for her career and the junior dropped in 25 to reach that milestone. Gettler was the leading scorer in a game that started off nearly flawless for the Cougars. CAM raced out to a 27-9 lead by the end of the first quarter and were up 46-23 at halftime. Shooting was hot early and the Cougars hit 6 of their first 8 attempts from long range and Gettler took care of the paint with 10 points in the opening quarter.

CAM also got 24 points from Paige McAfee and 9 each for Zoey Baylor and Sami Jahde. CAM improved to 18-4 with the win and will move on to the Regional Semifinals on Friday night. Their opponent will be a familiar one as they square off with the Exira-EHK Spartans in Elk Horn at 7:00pm Friday. We’ll have that game for you on KJAN.

The Viqueens were led by 13 points from Hope Ogletree and 9 from Savanna Moffett in the loss. Stanton ends their season with an 8-13 record.

Listen to a post-game interview with Sami Jahde below.

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DNR confirms Onawa location as site for Feb. 21 listening session on fall hunting and trapping regulations

Ag/Outdoor, News, Sports

February 13th, 2018 by Ric Hanson

Des Moines – The Iowa Department of Natural Resources has confirmed the public library at 707 Iowa Ave., in Onawa, as a location for the wildlife rules public meeting on February 21. The meeting provides a setting for the DNR to listen to the public’s thoughts on hunting and trapping regulations for this fall. The 19 meeting sites include Altoona, Atlantic, Boone, Burlington, Calmar, Chariton, Council Bluffs, Creston, DeWitt, Knoxville, Lake View, Onawa, Ottumwa, Peosta, Sheldon, Solon, Spencer, Tripoli and Ventura. Complete locations are available online at www.iowadnr.gov

These meetings are part of the process for making rules in state government. The meeting is from 6 to 9 p.m. “Any rule changes must be discussed with Iowa’s citizens who might be impacted by the changes before the rule changes are proposed. The process helps ensure that rule changes serve the public’s wishes and do not impact Iowa’s economy,” said Todd Bishop, chief of the wildlife bureau. At each meeting DNR staff will facilitate a discussion about what went well last fall, what didn’t, and what changes hunters and trappers would like to see for this fall.

These discussions along with the data that the wildlife bureau collects on harvest and population numbers will be used to develop recommendations for any rule changes. Any changes must be approved by the Natural Resource Commission and then go back to the public for further comment before taking effect next fall. Any person attending the public meeting and has special requirements such as those related to mobility or hearing impairments should contact the DNR or ADA Coordinator at 515-725-8200, Relay Iowa TTY Service 800-735-7942, or Webmaster@dnr.iowa.gov, and advise of specific needs.

CAM hosts Stanton in Regional Quarterfinals tonight on KJAN

Sports

February 13th, 2018 by Chris Parks

The CAM Cougars girls basketball team will host the Stanton Viqueens in a Class 1A Region 7 Quarterfinal round game and we’ll have it on KJAN.

The Cougars advance to the Quarterfinals with a tough 40-36 win over Griswold last Thursday. Madison Gettler is leading the Cougars with 17 points per game and Paige McAfee has added 12 per contest. CAM is 17-4 coming into the contest with a trip to Elk Horn for the Semifinals on Friday night.

Stanton earned their way to the quarters with an opening round win over South Page 56-36. The 8-12 Viqueens are led by Hope Ogletree who is averaging 8 points per game. The two teams did not meet in the regular season but do now share a common opponent in Griswold. The Viqueens lost to the Tigers 29-15 back on December 18th.

The game is set for a 7:00pm tip-off in Anita. Join Chris Parks for the call with pregame beginning at 6:50pm. The game will be available on-air, online, and on the mobile app.

Girls Regional Basketball Schedule Tuesday 02/13/2018

Sports

February 13th, 2018 by Chris Parks

Girls Regional Basketball will continue on Tuesday night for Class 1A and 2A schools. Here’s a look at the schedule with all games set to tip at 7:00pm.

Class 1A Regional Quarterfinals

Region 6

Lamoni @ Central Decatur
Diagonal vs. Lenox (@ Afton)
Southeast Warren vs. Seymour (@ Centerville)
Moulton-Udell @ Murray

Region 7

Riverside @ Exira-EHK
Stanton @ CAM- ON KJAN
Woodbine @ Boyer Valley
Fremont-Mills @ East Mills

Region 8

Ar-We-Va @ Newell-Fonda
Glidden-Ralston @ Grand View Christian (@ Faith Baptist College, Ankeny)
Siouxland Christian @ West Monona
Audubon @ Westwood

Class 2A Regional Quarterfinals

Region 6

Van Meter @ Panorama
Pleasantville @ Martensdale-St. Marys
Manson NW Webster @ Des Moines Christian
Ogden @ Earlham

Region 7

AHSTW @ Treynor
St. Albert @ Underwood
I-35 @ Mount Ayr
Southwest Valley @ Nodaway Valley

Region 8

Tri-Center @ Logan-Magnolia
Ridge View @ IKM-Manning
Lawton-Bronson @ West Sioux
Woodbury Central @ Unity Christian

(Podcast) KJAN Morning Sports report, 2/13/2018

Podcasts, Sports

February 13th, 2018 by Ric Hanson

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

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AHSTW runs away from Red Oak in District win

Sports

February 12th, 2018 by Chris Parks

The AHSTW Vikings raced out to a 27-7 lead be the middle of the second quarter and blew past the Red Oak Tigers 74-48 on Monday in a District Quarterfinal match-up. The Vikings used pressure defense and a sharing offense to build up the early lead. Vikings Head Coach GG Harris said it was big to get off to a great start.

The Vikings unselfishness on offense shown through when every player stepped on the floor for the Vikings by the end of the night and everybody got some points in the scorebook. Coach Harris said they have a bunch of guys eager to play hard and that makes them tough to prepare for.

RJ Harris led the Vikings with 21 points and after the game said the Vikings gain an edge when they dictate the pace.

The Vikings improved to 16-6 on the season and will have a season rubber-match with Underwood on Thursday night in the District Semifinals. That game will be the first of a doubleheader in Treynor at 6:30pm.

Red Oak got 20 points from Owen VonDielingen and see their season end with a 2-19 record.