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High School Football Schedule -Week 4- 09/15/2017

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September 15th, 2017 by Chris Parks

Friday (09/15/2017)

CLASS 4A:

District 1

Sioux City, East at Lewis Central (ND)

District 2

Council Bluffs, Thomas Jefferson at Sioux City, West (ND)
Sioux City, North at Council Bluffs, Abraham Lincoln (ND)

CLASS 3A:

District 7

Carroll at ADM, Adel
Denison-Schleswig at Creston/O-M
Harlan at Glenwood
Winterset at Atlantic

CLASS 2A:

District 7

Clarinda at Kuemper Catholic, Carroll
East Sac County at Underwood
Shenandoah at South Central Calhoun
Southeast Valley at Red Oak

CLASS 1A:

District 6

Madrid at West Central Valley, Stuart
Ogden at Panorama, Panora

District 7

AHSTW at ACGC
IKM-Manning at Logan-Magnolia
Missouri Valley at Treynor
Tri-Center, Neola at OA-BCIG

CLASS A

District 7

Martensdale-St. Marys at Earlham
Riverside, Oakland at Nodaway Valley
Southwest Valley at Griswold
St. Albert, Council Bluffs at Southeast Warren, Liberty Center

CLASS 8:

District 6

Baxter at East Union, Afton (ND)
Lamoni at Bedford
Murray at Lenox
Wayne, Corydon at Stanton

District 7

East Mills at CAM, Anita
Essex at Exira/Elk Horn-Kimballton
Sidney at Fremont-Mills, Tabor
Woodbine at Clarinda Academy

District 8

Collins-Maxwell at Boyer Valley, Dunlap (ND)
Coon Rapids-Bayard at Ar-We-Va, Westside
River Valley, Correctionville at Glidden-Ralston
West Harrison, Mondamin at Audubon

Trojans use loss to Denison-Schleswig as learning experience

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September 14th, 2017 by Chris Parks

The Atlantic Trojans football team is using the close loss to Denison-Schleswig in week 3 as a learning experience to prepare for their next game at home against Winterset.  Atlantic fought hard and made a lot of big plays last Friday but the Monarchs came up with a couple more at the end to out-duel the Trojans. Atlantic Head Coach Mike McDermott said they were obviously disappointed to lose the game but they were pleased with the team’s compete level.  He said it wasn’t a lack of effort that cost the Trojans the game and ultimately a game like that can be a valuable learning tool to clean up the details.

The Trojans get their next opportunity to show that improvement on Friday night at the Trojan Bowl against Winterset. The Huskies are 2-1 on the season and are coming off a nice win over ADM last week. Coach McDermott says the Winterset offense uses a lot of variety which makes them tough to prepare for.

Winterset quarterback Casey Kleemeier has completed 63% of his passes for 481 yards and 3 touchdowns on the season. He has also rushed for two scores and Coach McDermott said keeping him in the pocket will be a big key.

Offensively Atlantic hopes that the line can continue to improve and give quarterback Jaxson Eden time to be comfortable for throws throughout the game. Coach McDermott also said the run game will need to improve to have success.

The Trojans and Huskies will meet up for a 7:30pm kickoff at the Trojan Bowl. Catch a full interview with Coach McDermott on Trojan Preview at 4:45pm on Friday evening on KJAN.

Rookie Luke Weaver shines again, Cardinals top Reds

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September 14th, 2017 by Chris Parks

ST. LOUIS (AP) — Luke Weaver threw six innings of two-hit ball, Tommy Pham drove in two runs and stole two bases, and the St. Louis Cardinals beat the Cincinnati Reds 5-2 on Thursday afternoon.

The Cardinals, who are chasing the first-place Cubs in the National League Central and the Rockies in the wild-card standings, have won five of their last six and nine of 12.

Weaver (6-1), a rookie right-hander who has boosted the St. Louis rotation, allowed one unearned run, struck out six and didn’t walk a batter.

Weaver was 3-0 with a 1.71 ERA in four appearances, including three starts, in June. He’s now 3-0 with a 0.99 ERA through his first three starts in September.

Rookie left-hander Amir Garrett (3-8) was charged with four runs in four innings. He struck out seven and walked five.

Griswold excited for challenge against Southwest Valley

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September 14th, 2017 by Chris Parks

The Griswold Tigers got their ground game running full bore last week against Riverside and hope to carry that momentum into a tough challenge against Southwest Valley on Friday night. The Tigers (1-2, 1-0) had four players top the 100-yard mark on the ground last week. Griswold Head Coach Andy Everett said they were finally able to get their full line together for a game and they played really well in the week 3 win.

Southwest Valley Head Coach Anthony Donahoo knows slowing down the run game is paramount against Griswold and he told his team the Tigers will be coming into the game with a lot of confidence after their performance last week.

The Timberwolves (3-0, 1-0) have been able to keep some balance in their offense through a tough stretch of games to open the season and Coach Donahoo says it all starts up front.

Senior quarterback Chance Cobb has thrown for four touchdowns and rushed for two more in the Timberwolves 3-0 start. Griswold Head Coach Andy Everett thinks Southwest Valley is talented across the board but had really high praise for Cobb.

The Timberwolves have strong numbers in their program and that allows them to platoon a few guys on either side of the ball to keep everyone fresh. Coach Everett says that will make them a tough team as the season moves along but more importantly he thinks his line will need to make proper reads to give the Tiger offense a chance to have success against a tough Timberwolf defense.

We’ll have coverage of the Tigers versus the Timberwolves on KJAN. Pregame starts at 6:30pm with kickoff from Griswold at 7:00pm. Chris Parks and Mike Smith will have the call on AM 1220, FM 101.1, online at kjan.com, on the KJAN mobile app, and live streaming video on KJANTV.

(Podcast) KJAN Morning Sports report, 9/14/2017

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September 14th, 2017 by Ric Hanson

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Midwest Sports Headlines: 9/14/17

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September 14th, 2017 by Ric Hanson

Here is the latest Mid-America sports news from The Associated Press

ST. LOUIS (AP) — Rookie Tyler Mahle threw five innings, Eugenio Suarez hit a grand slam and the Cincinnati Reds beat the St. Louis Cardinals 6-0. Jesse Winker added a home run and Joey Votto had two hits and drove in a run for the Reds, who had lost four of their last five games.

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — Kansas City is coming off a big win over New England heading into Sunday’s home game against Philadelphia. The Chiefs know they must focus on the Eagles and get over their upset on the road. Four of the team’s losses last season came after big wins _ and two of the losses were at home. The Eagles started their season with a win over Washington.

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — Jose Abreu and Avisail Garcia drove in runs in the ninth inning as the Chicago White Sox beat the Kansas City Royals 5-3. Abreu’s sacrifice fly scored Tim Anderson, who led off the inning with a single, took second on a wild pitch by Scott Alexander and stole third. Garcia’s single to center scored Yoan Moncada with the second run. The White Sox took two of three in the series.

IATC Week 4 Cross Country individual rankings

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September 13th, 2017 by Chris Parks

3A Girls

8th- Raegan Anderson, Denison-Schleswig
17th- Ellie Mendlik, Denison-Schleswig
22nd- Taylor McCreedy, Atlantic

2A Boys

24th- Adam Thompson, Southwest Valley
25th- Gage Graeve, Missouri Valley
29th- Jordan Hustak, Missouri Valley

2A Girls

3rd- Karley Larson, Underwood
14th- Chloe DeVries, Red Oak
28th- Carlie Manrose, Shenandoah

1A Boys

2nd- Jerry Jorgenson, Treynor
5th- Evan Wilson, Exira-EHK
6th- Brycen Wallace, Nodaway Valley
10th- Tyler Breheny, Nodaway Valley
19th- Josh Baudler, Nodaway Valley
22nd- Noah Nelsen, ACGC
29th- Skyler Rawlings, Nodaway Valley

1A Girls

1st- Kate Crawford, ACGC
9th- Reagan Weinheimer, Nodaway Valley
15th- Emma Lucas, Bedford
16th- Emma Swanson, ACGC
18th- Janette Schraft, East Mills
21st- Peyton Pogge, Tri-Center
22nd- Taylor Sporrer, Logan-Magnolia
28th- Ella Waddle, Panorama
29th- Heidi Hall, AHSTW

IATC Week 4 Cross Country team rankings 09/12/2017

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September 13th, 2017 by Chris Parks

Boys 4A

Rank School
1 Dowling Catholic WDM
2 Pleasant Valley
3 Prairie CR
4 Valley WDM
5 Johnston
6 Linn-Mar
7 Waukee
8 Iowa City West
9 Dubuque Hempstead
10 Iowa City City High
11 Ankeny Centennial
12 CR Kennedy
13 Ames
14 Dubuque Senior
15 Ankeny

Girls 4A

Rank School
1 Johnston
2 Dowling Catholic WDM
3 Iowa City West
4 Dubuque Hempstead
5 Dubuque Senior
6 Cedar Falls
7 Iowa City City High
8 Pleasant Valley
9 Waukee
10 North Scott Eldridge
11 Ankeny Centennial
12 Linn-Mar
13 DM Roosevelt
14 Urbandale
15 Ankeny

 

Boys 3A

Rank School
1 Gilbert
2 Dallas Center Grimes
3 Decorah
4 Grinnell
5 Dubuque Wahlert
6 Carlisle
7 Mount Vernon Lisbon
8 Waverly Shell Rock
9 Clear Lake
10 Sergeant Bluff Luton
11 Clear Creek Amana
12 Nevada
13 Bondurant Farar
14 Humboldt
15 Charles City

Girls 3A

Rank School
1 Decorah
2 Wahlert
3 Pella
4 Humboldt
5 DCG
6 Bishop Heelan
7 Charles City
8 Ballard
9 Grinnell
10 North Polk
11 Denison Schleswig
12 Glenwood
13 Gilbert
14 Assumption
15 Atlantic

Boys 2A

Rank School
1 George-Little Rock
2 Tipton
3 Mid-Prairie
4 Sioux Center
5 Western Christian
6 Roland-Story
7 Williamsburg
8 South Hamilton
9 Aplington-Parkersburg
10 East Marshall
11 Garner-Hayfield-Ventura
12 Unity Christian
13 Okoboji
14 Monticello
15 Sheldon

Girls 2A

Rank School
1 Mid-Prairie
2 Woodbury Central-KP
3 Monticello
4 Crestwood
5 Williamsburg
6 Cascade
7 North Cedar
8 Emmetsburg
9 Shenandoah
10 Unity Christian
11 Waukon
12 Underwood
13 Western Christian
14 Pocahontas Area
15 Estherville-LC

Boys 1A

Rank School
1 Nodaway Valley
2 Bellevue
3 South Winneshiek
4 Starmont
5 Denver
6 Pekin
7 Hudson
8 Ogden
9 Tri Center
10 Maquokata Valley
11 Woodward Academy
12 Calamus Wheatland
13 Madrid
14 ACGC
15 Earlham

Girls 1A

Rank School
1 Kee Lansing
2 Central Elkader
3 Denver
4 South Winneshiek
5 Hudson
6 St. Edmond
7 Pekin
8 Marquette
9 Panorama
10 Baxter
11 Newman Mason City
12 Eagle Grove
13 Sumner Fredricsburg
14 Tri Center
15 North Linn

Atlantic girls swimming dominates in home dual Tuesday with AL

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September 13th, 2017 by Chris Parks

The Atlantic girls swimming team won a dual meet at home on Tuesday night over Council Bluffs Abraham Lincoln 125-35.  Atlantic took wins in all 11 events on the night.

Here’s a look at the full results:

200 Yard Medley

  1. Atlantic, (Annamaria Lowary, Jessica Hartwig, Clare Christensen, Cambry Miller), 1:58.84.
  2. Atlantic, (Hunter Kelly, Taylor McCreedy, Morgan Altman, Cora Zikuda), 2:12.25
  3. Council Bluffs, A.L., (Jenna Welch, Cynthia Kuhl, Korrissa Johnson, Savannah Macklin), 2:37.20

200 Yard Freestyle

  1. Cambry Miller, Atlantic, 2:07.07
  2. Bryer Rose, Atlantic, 2:15.52
  3. Taylor McCreedy, Atlantic, 2:28.38
  4. Korrissa Johnson, Council Bluffs, Abraham Lincoln, 2:38.77
  5. Katelyn Gwennap, Council Bluffs, A.L., 3:19.33
  6. Cynthia Kuhl, Council Bluffs, A.L., 3:32.53

200 Yard IM

  1. Annamaria Lowary, Atlantic, 2:21.33
  2. Jessica Hartwig, Atlantic, 2:25.19
  3. Kate Landhuis, Atlantic, 2:34.34

50 Yard Freestyle

  1. Mycala Kickland, Atlantic, 25.55
  2. Cora Zikuda, Atlantic, 27.94
  3. Hunter Kelly, Atlantic, 29.56

100 Yard Fly

  1. Clare Christensen, Atlantic, 1:05.09
  2. Morgan Altman, Atlantic, 1:14.47

100 Yard Freestyle

  1. Mycala Kickland, Atlantic, 58.46
  2. Bryer Rose, Atlantic, 1:03.65
  3. Cora Zikuda, Atlantic,1:04.36
  4. Jenna Welch, Council Bluffs, A.L., 1:10.48
  5. Savannah Macklin, Council Bluffs, A.L.
  6. Maddie Redmond, Council Bluffs, A.L.

500 Yard Freestyle

  1. Cambry Miller, Atlantic, 5:46.49
  2. Clare Christensen, Atlantic, 5:56.22
  3. Korrissa Johnson, Council Bluffs, A.L. 6:54.86

200 Yard Freestyle Relay

  1. Atlantic, (Kate Landhuis, Annamaria Lowary, Bryer Rose, Mycala Kickland,)  1:46.74
  2. Atlantic, (Taylor McCreedy, Jessica Hartwig, Cora Zikuda, Morgan Altman), 1:53.79
  3. Council Bluffs, A.L., (Maddie Redmond, Abygail Holcomb, Katelyn Gwennap, Emma Vodicka), 2:42.36

100 Yard Backstroke

  1. Annamaria Lowary, Atlantic, 1:02.83
  2. Kate Landhuis, Atlantic, 1:05.22
  3. Jenna Welch, Council Bluffs, A.L., 1:19.59
  4. Kelly Hunter, Atlantic, 1:22.74
  5. Maddie Redmond, Council Bluffs, Abraham Lincoln, 1:41.88
  6. Emma Vodicka, Council Bluffs, Abraham Lincoln, 1:55.21
  7. Abygail Holcomb, Council Bluffs, Abraham Lincoln, 1:57.69

100 Yard Breast Stroke

  1. Jessica Hartwig, Atlantic, 1:10.97
  2. Taylor McCreedy, Atlantic, 1:19.21
  3. Morgan Altman, Atlantic, 1:31.21
  4. Cynthia Kuhl, Council Bluffs, Abraham Lincoln, 2:03.23

400 Yard Relay

  1. Atlantic, (Cambry Miller, Bryer Rose, Clare Christensen, Mycala Kickland), 3:56.53
  2. Atlantic, (Hunter Kelly, Dazia Sorensen, Cora Zikuda, Kate Landuis), 4:28.81
  3. Council Bluffs, A.L., (Jenna Welch, Savannah Macklin, Maddie Redmond, Korrissa Johnson), 5:00.47
  4. Council Bluffs, Abraham Lincoln, (Katelyn Gwennap, Cynthia Kuhl, Emma Vodicka, Abygail Holcomb), 1:41.06

Next up for the Trojans is a meet at Marshalltown this Saturday, September 16th.

High School Volleyball Scoreboard 09/12/2017

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September 13th, 2017 by Chris Parks

Hawkeye Ten Conference

Clarinda 3 Atlantic 0
Glenwood 16-26-25-25 Shenandoah 25-24-15-21
Kuemper Catholic 25-25-25 Harlan 10-17-22
Lewis Central 3 Red Oak 12-18-19
St. Albert 25-25-25 Creston 16-19-15

Rolling Valley Conference

Coon Rapids-Bayard 22-25-28-25 Boyer Valley 25-13-26-17
Exira/EHK at West Harrison
Paton-Churdan 25-25-25 Woodbine 20-16-9

Western Iowa Conference

IKM-Manning 25-15-25-21-15 AHSTW 11-25-12-25-9
Logan-Magnolia 25-25-25 Underwood 20-14-21
Missouri Valley 25-25-25 Audubon 12-15-14
Tri-Center 25-25-25 Riverside 8-8-4
Treynor 25-25-25 Griswold 14-15-7

Corner Conference

Boys Town 25-25 Clarinda Academy 5-6
Bedford 25-25-15 South Page 20-27-7
Heartland Christian 25-25 Boys Town 22-23
Heartland Christian 25-25-25 Clarinda Academy 7-4-1
Fremont-Mills 25-25 Bedford 16-20
Fremont-Mills 25-25-25 South Page 18-5-13
Sidney 25-25-25 Essex 16-15-21

Pride of Iowa Conference

East Union 25-25-22-25-20 Nodaway Valley 27-17-25-20-18
Martensdale-St. Marys 3 Interstate 35 0
Southwest Valley 25-25-24-25 Lenox 17-17-26-13
Southeast Warren 25-25-27 Central Decatur 23-15-25

Missouri River Conference

Abraham Lincoln 25-25-25 Sioux City East 14-15-18
Bishop Heelan 25-25-25 Abraham Lincoln 21-22-13
Bishop Heelan 25-25-25 Thomas Jefferson 13-14-11
Thomas Jefferson Sioux City East

Bluegrass Conference

Murray 25-25-25 Melcher-Dallas 10-11-16
Mormon Trail 22-25-25-25 Orient-Macksburg 25-20-18-17