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Tournament of Champions – Round 2 Scores

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August 13th, 2016 by Jim Field

Open Division Round 1 Round 2 Round 3 Total
Alex Bireline (Atlantic G & CC) 69 67 136 (-2)
Eric Boehlert (Briarwood Club) 67 72 139 (+1)
Ross Martens (Rosman-Glendale) 68 73 141 (+3)
Darby McLaren (Atlantic G & CC) 70 72 142 (+4)
Zach Christianson (Atlantic G & CC) 72 70 142 (+4)
Aaron Ahrendsen (Past Champion) 74 69 143 (+5)
Keegan Bak (Deer Run GC) 74 71 145 (+7)
Matt Gross (Nishna Hills) 72 73 145 (+7)
Ryan Clark (Briarwood Club) 75 71 146 (+8)
Brad Hartkopf (Past Champion) 76 70 146 (+8)
James Reynolds (Griswold G & CC) 72 74 146 (+8)
Marc Riley (Hillcrest CC) 72 74 146 (+8)
Matt Berg (Kalona GC) 72 74 146 (+8)
Derek Jacobsen (Top 25) 72 74 146 (+8)
Chris Nelson (Past Champion) 76 71 147 (+9)
Sam Pieczynski (Waveland GC) 75 72 147 (+9)
Troy Finestead (Woodward CC) 74 73 147 (+9)
Jason Reynolds (Past Champion) 74 73 147 (+9)
Steve Davie (Majestic Hills GC) 75 73 148 (+10)
Andrew Martin (Nishna Hills) 75 73 148 (+10)
Jake Olsen (Atlantic G & CC) 76 73 149 (+11)
Jeff Gude (Atlantic G & CC) 73 76 149 (+11)
Rob Langfelt (Nishna Hills) 69 80 149 (+11)
Tyler Vroegh (Willow Creek) 77 73 150 (+12)
Jeremy Johnson (Indianola CC) 74 76 150 (+12)
Troy Pedersen (Treynor Rec) 78 74 152 (+14)
Brent Travis (Fremont County GC) 72 80 152 (+14)
Steve Feauto (Oakland CC) 78 75 153 (+15)
Shawn Angell (Jefferson GC) 79 74 153 (+15)
Evan Baldwin (Villisca CC) 75 78 153 (+15)
Barry Smith (Pine Knolls CC) 75 78 153 (+15)
Chad Bruck (Avoca GC) 78 76 154 (+16)
Eric Brown (Mount Ayr CC) 77 77 154 (+16)
Ryan Bernholtz (Majestic Hills) 74 80 154 (+16)
Ron Eads (Waveland GC) 80 75 155 (+17)
Jared Koch (Majestic Hills GC) 78 77 155 (+17)
Jared Cochran (Terrace Hills GC) 71 84 155 (+17)
Michael West (Lenox Municipal) 78 78 156 (+18)
Cary Cochran (Quail Run GC) 80 76 156 (+18)
Troy Schwemm (Toad Valley GC) 73 83 156 (+18)
Phil Ruth (Lakeside GC) 80 77 157 (+19)
Jeremy Svendsen (Shelby Co. GC) 80 77 157 (+19)
Steve Miller (Dunlap GC) 77 81 158 (+20)
Jaxson Armstrong (Crestwood Hills) 81 78 159 (+21)
Joe Cale (Majestic Hills GC) 81 78 159 (+21)
Brittain Swartz (Happy Hollow CC) 80 79 159 (+21)
Matt Dominick (Humboldt CC) 77 82 159 (+21)
Justin Rumple (5 x 80 GC) 76 84 160 (+22)
Jake Reynolds (Griswold G & CC) 75 86 161 (+23)
Jason Branham (Quail Run GC) 79 83 162 (+24)
Josh Judisch (Waverly GC) 80 83 163 (+25)
Todd Hughes (Riverview CC) 83 82 165 (+27)
Dylan Scheffler (Sac CC) 74 91 165 (+27)
Chris Swensen (Audubon G & CC) 83 83 166 (+28)
Marty Anderson (Sac CC) 84 84 168 (+30)
Jimmy Rokes (Twin Lakes GC) 85 84 169 (+31)
Mark Brown (Clarinda CC) 85 85 170 (+32)
Chuck Ciecalone (Osceola CC) 90 91 181 (+43)
Senior Division Round 1 Round 2 Round 3 Total
George Gartelos (Past Champion) 72 72 144 (+6)
Del Miller (Past Champion) 76 69 145 (+7)
Kim Peters (Crestwood Hills) 70 76 146 (+8)
Daryl Armstrong (Crestwood Hills) 71 76 147 (+9)
Darron Baker (Past Champion) 75 72 147 (+9)
Bobby Rist (Lake City CC) 77 70 147 (+9)
Rick Carter (Past Champion) 75 72 147 (+9)
Rick Thompson (Past Champion) 75 74 149 (+11)
John Willmore (Past Champion) 77 77 154 (+16)
Tom Duff (Carroll Municipal) 78 76 154 (+16)
Jim Wood (Red Oak CC) 75 79 154 (+16)
Ken Porstche (Past Champion) 77 78 155 (+17)
John O’Hair (Indianola CC) 77 80 157 (+19)
Blair Hoegh (Ankeny CC) 79 79 158 (+20)
Steve Chapman (Treynor Rec) 77 84 161 (+23)
Kenny Hinson (Nishna Hills) 82 81 163 (+25)
Tim Agan (Willow Creek CC) 83 85 168 (+30)
Jeff Heckroth (Woodward GC) 84 84 168 (+30)
Jeff Morenz (Atlantic G & CC) 79 90 169 (+31)
Gary Hayworth (Leon CC) 85 84 169 (+31)
Richard Marsan (Fairfield G & CC) 85 84 169 (+31)
Jim Tangeman (Gateway Rec) 84 87 171 (+33)
Jim Mullenix (Shadow Valley) 79 94 173 (+35)
Allen Gunn (Riverview Club) 88 88 176 (+38)
Mark Morris (Bedford GC) 89 89 178 (+40)
Gary Wax (Avoca GC) 87 92 179 (+41)
Super Senior Division Round 1 Round 2 Round 3 Total
Jim Campbell (Albia CC) 73 73 146 (+8)
Arnie Leistad (Past Champion) 71 77 148 (+10)
Keith Moore (Crestmoor) 80 75 155 (+17)
Allan Hjelle (Atlantic G & CC) 81 78 159 (+21)
Gary Wedel (Quail Run CC) 83 77 160 (+22)
Jim Redemske (Clarmond CC) 82 81 163 (+25)
Bruce Henderson (Nishna Hills) 84 80 164 (+26)
Edward Troll (Avoca GC) 80 88 168 (+30)
Jim Ripley (Clarinda CC) 83 89 172 (+34)
Dave Hannasch (Nishna Hills) 88 89 177 (+39)
Jerry E. Hoff (Shadow Valley) 88 90 178 (+40)
Donald Perrin (Happy Hollow CC) 91 91 182 (+44)

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Tournament of Champions Saturday Tee Times

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August 12th, 2016 by Jim Field

The second round of the 58th Annual Tournament of Champions will begin with the first group at 8:30 Saturday morning.   Everyone will begin from the first tee.

CLICK HERE for a complete list of tee times and pairings.

Listen for live coverage on KJAN AM 1220/FM 101.1 and watch the kjan.com sports page to follow the action!

Wesley Bryan leads rain-delayed John Deere Classic

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August 12th, 2016 by Ric Hanson

SILVIS, Ill. (AP) — Wesley Bryan took the lead in the rain-delayed John Deere Classic on Friday, five days after earning a PGA Tour card with his third Web.com Tour victory of the year. Bryan played 26 holes in 10 under Friday at TPC Deere Run, birdieing three of the final holes to finish off a first-round 66 and shooting a 64 in the second to reach 12-under 130.

Area favorite Zach Johnson faced a long day Saturday after not even getting onto the course Friday. Play resumed five hours late at noon after nearly 2.4 inches of rain overnight — on top of the inch Thursday morning and afternoon that delayed play 3 1/2 hours. Because of the wet conditions, the players were allowed use preferred lies in the fairways in the second round.

Bryan has made a fast rise since focusing on tournament golf last year after working as a trick-shot artist. The 26-year-old former South Carolina player dominated the Web.com Tour this season, winning in Louisiana, Mexico and Kansas and earning $449,392 in 13 starts.

Steve Marino was a stroke back after rounds of 66 and 65. Johnson opened with a 65 on Thursday. The 2012 tournament winner is from Cedar Rapids, Iowa.

Holliday, Cardinals consider options for his broken thumb

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August 12th, 2016 by Ric Hanson

CHICAGO (AP) — St. Louis outfielder Matt Holliday will have his broken right thumb re-examined early next week, then he and the Cardinals will decide on treatments including surgery or letting the injury heal on its own, according to GM John Mozeliak. Holliday, who saw the team’s hand specialist in Chicago on Friday morning, is out indefinitely after getting hit by a pitch in the Cardinals’ 4-3, 11-inning loss to the Cubs on Thursday night. Neither Mozeliak or manager Mike Matheny could offer a specific timetable for the slugger’s return.

“I haven’t talked to him,” Matheny said. “What I did hear kind of confirmed what they saw yesterday. Now I’ve got to figure out how to move forward.” Cubs reliever Mike Montgomery plunked Holliday, a seven-time All-Star, with a 94 mph fastball on a 1-1 count with two outs and nobody on in the 10th on Thursday night. An X-ray showed the break.

The 36-year-old Holliday was in the clubhouse before Friday’s game against the Cubs and was joking with teammates, even though his right hand was wrapped.

Cubs win 11th straight, Szczur hits 2 HRs to rout Cardinals

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August 12th, 2016 by Ric Hanson

CHICAGO (AP) — Matt Szczur hit two home runs and the Chicago Cubs won their 11th straight game, backing Jake Arrieta and battering Adam Wainwright to rout the St. Louis Cardinals 13-2 Friday. Willson Contreras launched a three-run shot to cap a five-run second inning, and Javier Baez and Jorge Soler also went deep to make things easy for Arrieta (14-5).

The Cubs’ winning streak is their longest since a 12-game run in 2001. They pulled 14 games ahead of scuffling St. Louis in the NL Central and improved the best record in the majors to 73-41. Szczur, who recorded his first multihomer game, and Kris Bryant each had three hits. The Cubs roughed up Wainwright (9-7) for seven runs and chased him after two innings, tying his shortest outing in 245 career starts.

Arrieta pitched one-run ball into the sixth inning and gave up four hits overall. Stephen Piscotty and Jedd Gyorko homered for the Cardinals, who remain in a tight race for the second NL wild card despite dropping six of their last nine.

58th Tournament of Champions – Round 1 Scores

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August 12th, 2016 by Jim Field

Championship Division Friday Round 1
Eric Boehlert (Briarwood Club) 34 – 33 = 67 (-2)
Ross Martens (Rosman-Glendale) 36 – 32 = 68 (-1)
Alex Bireline (Atlantic G & CC) 34 – 35 = 69 (E)
Rob Langfelt (Nishna Hills) 34 – 35 = 69 (E)
Darby McLaren (Atlantic G & CC) 32 – 38 = 70 (+1)
Jared Cochran (Terrace Hills GC) 36 – 35 = 71 (+2)
Brent Travis (Fremont County GC) 38 – 34 = 72 (+3)
James Reynolds (Griswold G & CC) 37 – 35 = 72 (+3)
Marc Riley (Hillcrest CC) 36 – 36 = 72 (+3)
Zach Christianson (Atlantic G & CC) 37 – 35 = 72 (+3)
Matt Gross (Nishna Hills) 37 – 35 = 72 (+3)
Matt Berg (Kalona GC) 34 – 38 = 72 (+3)
Derek Jacobsen (Top 25) 38 – 34 = 72 (+3)
Jeff Gude (Atlantic G & CC) 39 – 34 = 73 (+4)
Troy Schwemm (Toad Valley GC) 37 – 36 = 73 (+4)
Ryan Bernholtz (Majextic Hills) 37 – 37 = 74 (+5)
Aaron Ahrendsen (Past Champion) 37 – 37 = 74 (+5)
Jason Reynolds (Past Champion) 35 – 39 = 74 (+5)
Troy Finestead (Woodward CC) 36 – 38 = 74 (+5)
Keegan Bak (Deer Run GC) 39 – 35 = 74 (+5)
Dylan Scheffler (Sac CC) 38 – 36 = 74 (+5)
Jeremy Johnson (Indianola CC) 37 – 37 = 74 (+5)
Evan Baldwin (Villisca CC) 36 – 39 = 75 (+6)
Jake Reynolds (Griswold G & CC) 37 – 38 = 75 (+6)
Barry Smith (Pine Knolls CC) 37 – 38 = 75 (+6)
Andrew Martin (Nishna Hills) 37 – 38 = 75 (+6)
Steve Davie (Majestic Hills GC) 38 – 37 = 75 (+6)
Ryan Clark (Briarwood Club) 40 – 35 = 75 (+6)
Sam Pieczynski (Waveland GC) 37 – 38 = 75 (+6)
Jake Olsen (Atlantic G & CC) 37 – 39 = 76 (+7)
Justin Rumple (5 x 80 GC) 39 – 37 = 76 (+7)
Chris Nelson (Past Champion) 38 – 38 = 76 (+7)
Brad Hartkopf (Past Champion) 37 – 39 = 76 (+7)
Steve Miller (Dunlap GC) 41 – 36 = 77 (+8)
Matt Dominick (Humboldt CC) 36 – 41 = 77 (+8)
Eric Brown (Mount Ayr CC) 40 – 37 = 77 (+8)
Tyler Vroegh (Willow Creek) 40 – 37 = 77 (+8)
Jared Koch (Majestic Hills GC) 37 – 41 = 78 (+9)
Chad Bruck (Avoca GC) 38 – 40 = 78 (+9)
Troy Pedersen (Treynor Rec) 40 – 38 = 78 (+9)
Michael West (Lenox Municipal) 43 – 35 = 78 (+9)
Steve Feauto (Oakland CC) 38 – 40 = 78 (+9)
Shawn Angell (Jefferson GC) 40 – 39 = 79 (+10)
Jason Branham (Quail Run GC) 42 – 37 = 79 (+10)
Cary Cochran (Quail Run GC) 43 – 37 = 80 (+11)
Brittain Swartz (Happy Hollow CC) 40 – 40 = 80 (+11)
Jeremy Svendsen (Shelby County GC) 42 – 38 = 80 (+11)
Phil Ruth (Lakeside GC) 38 – 42 = 80 (+11)
Josh Judisch (Waverly GC) 40 – 40 = 80 (+11)
Ron Eads (Waveland GC) 41 – 39 = 80 (+11)
Jaxson Armstrong (Crestwood Hills) 41 – 40 = 81 (+12)
Joe Cale (Majestic Hills GC) 40 – 41 = 81 (+12)
Chris Swensen (Audubon G & CC) 39 – 44 = 83 (+14)
Todd Hughes (Riverview CC) 44 – 39 = 83 (+14)
Marty Anderson (Sac CC) 43 – 41 = 84 (+15)
Mark Brown (Clarinda CC) 43 – 42 = 85 (+16)
Jimmy Rokes (Twin Lakes GC) 40 – 45 = 85 (+16)
Chuck Ciecalone (Osceola CC) 46 – 44 = 90 (+21)
Senior Division  Friday Round 1
Kim Peters (Crestwood Hills) 36 – 34 = 70 (+1)
Daryl Armstrong (Crestwood Hills) 36 – 35 = 71 (+2)
George Gartelos (Past Champion) 36 – 36 = 72 (+3)
Rick Carter (Past Champion) 34 – 41 = 75 (+6)
Darron Baker (Past Champion) 34 – 41 = 75 (+6)
Rick Thompson (Past Champion) 36 – 39 = 75 (+6)
Jim Wood (Red Oak CC) 38 – 37 = 75 (+6)
Del Miller (Past Champion) 38 – 38 = 76 (+7)
John O’Hair (Indianola CC) 41 – 36 = 77 (+8)
Ken Porstche (Past Champion) 38 – 39 = 77 (+8)
Bobby Rist (Lake City CC) 38 – 39 = 77 (+8)
Steve Chapman (Treynor Rec) 42 – 35 = 77 (+8)
John Willmore (Past Champion) 41 – 36 = 77 (+8)
Tom Duff (Carroll Municipal) 38 – 40 = 78 (+9)
Jeff Morenz (Atlantic G & CC) 37 – 42 = 79 (+10)
Blair Hoegh (Ankeny CC) 38 – 41 = 79 (+10)
Jim Mullenix (Shadow Valley) 39 – 40 = 79 (+10)
Kenny Hinson (Nishna Hills) 40 – 42 = 82 (+13)
Tim Agan (Willow Creek CC) 42 – 41 = 83 (+14)
Jeff Heckroth (Woodward GC) 41 – 43 = 84 (+15)
Jim Tangeman (Gateway Rec) 42 – 42 = 84 (+15)
Gary Hayworth (Leon CC) 44 – 41 = 85 (+16)
Richard Marsan (Fairfield G & CC) 44 – 41 = 85 (+16)
Gary Wax (Avoca GC) 41 – 46 = 87 (+18)
Allen Gunn (Riverview Club) 41 – 47 = 88 (+19)
Mark Morris (Bedford GC) 42 – 47 = 89 (+20)
Super Senior Division  Friday Round 1
Arnie Leistad (Past Champion) 35 – 36 = 71 (+2)
Jim Campbell (Albia CC) 36 – 37 = 73 (+4)
Edward Troll (Avoca GC) 40 – 40 = 80 (+11)
Keith Moore (Crestmoor) 37 – 43 = 80 (+11)
Allan Hjelle (Atlantic G & CC) 39 – 42 = 81 (+12)
Jim Redemske (Clarmond CC) 40 – 42 = 82 (+13)
Jim Ripley (Clarinda CC) 44 – 39 = 83 (+14)
Gary Wedel (Quail Run CC) 41 – 42 = 83 (+14)
Bruce Henderson (Nishna Hills) 41 – 43 = 84 (+15)
Jerry E. Hoff (Shadow Valley) 48 – 40 = 88 (+19)
Dave Hannasch (Nishna Hills) 46 – 42 = 88 (+19)
Donald Perrin (Happy Hollow CC) 46 – 45 = 91 (+22)

(Podcast) KJAN Morning Sports report, 8/12/2016

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August 12th, 2016 by Ric Hanson

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Tournament of Champions Ready to Go!

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August 12th, 2016 by Jim Field

Despite storms that rumbled through the area causing power outages and some tree damage, the Atlantic Golf & Country Club is in good shape this morning and the 58th Annual Tournament of Champions will begin as scheduled.  Tournament chairman Matt Mullenix said this morning that there was no damage to the course and players will tee off as scheduled.  The first group will begin their round at 8:30 am.

Rizzo draws bases-loaded walk in 11th, Cubs beat Cards 4-3

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August 12th, 2016 by Ric Hanson

CHICAGO (AP) — Anthony Rizzo drew a bases-loaded walk from Zach Duke with two outs in the 11th inning and the Chicago Cubs beat the St. Louis Cardinals 4-3 on Thursday night for their 10th consecutive win. Pinch-hitters Willson Contreras and Jorge Soler led off with singles against the lefty Duke (2-1) and Dexter Fowler walked to load the bases with one out. Kris Bryant struck out before Rizzo took a 3-1 pitch inside to give the Cubs their longest winning streak since getting 12 straight in 2001.

Mike Montgomery (4-5) allowed a single and two walks to load the bases in the 11th before striking out Matt Carpenter to end the threat. He won his first game for Chicago since being acquired from Seattle last month. The Cardinals fell 13 games behind Chicago in the NL Central and lost Matt Holliday in the 10th after he was hit on the right hand by Mike Montgomery’s 94 mph fastball.

Matt Holliday suffered a broken right thumb during the incident. He declined to speculate afterward on whether or not his season was over. Holliday, who left for a pinch-runner after being checked by the trainer, had singled and scored in the first inning. He’s hitting .242 with 19 home runs and 60 RBIs. Holliday was to see a hand specialist today (Friday) and then return to St. Louis.