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8AM Sportscast 11-04-2011

Podcasts, Sports

November 4th, 2011 by Chris Parks

w/ Jim Field

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Friday HS Football Playoff Quarter-Finals

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November 4th, 2011 by Jim Field

Friday, November 4 (7:00 pm)

8-Man:

  • Murray (10-1) @ Adair-Casey (9-2) – Live on KJAN & KJAN.com (6:15 pm pre-game)
  • Fremont-Mills (10-0) @ East Mills (10-1)
  • Armstrong-Ringsted (11-0) @ West Bend-Mallard (10-1)
  • Clarksville (11-1) @ Janesville (9-2)

Class A:

  • Madrid (9-2) @ Bedford (9-2)
  • Gehlen Catholic (10-1) @ West Hancock (10-1)
  • Postville (10-1) @ Newman Catholic (10-1)
  • Lisbon (11-0) @ Lone Tree (10-1)

Class 4-A:

  • Dowling Caholic (9-2) @ West Des Moines Valley (11-0)
  • Southeast Polk (10-1) @ Ankeny (10-1)
  • Bettendorf (10-1) @ Iowa City West (9-2)
  • Cedar Falls (10-1) @ Cedar Rapids Washington (8-3)

 

Western Iowa Conference Volleyball/Academic Picks

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November 3rd, 2011 by Jim Field

2011 Western Iowa All-Conference Volleyball Teams

1st Team:

  • Shelby Sullivan  (Jr., Tri-Center)
  • Molly Dollen (Sr., Tri-Center)
  • Emma Fiene (Jr., Treynor)
  • Gracie Myers (Soph., Treynor)
  • CourtneyCunard (Sr., Missouri Valley)
  • Chelsie Hardesty (Jr., Underwood)
  • Chaley Rath (Jr., Treynor)
  • Carlee McKee (Sr., Missouri Valley).

2nd Team:

  • Malory Christiansen (Jr., Tri-Center)
  • Amy Lintner (Sr., Underwood)
  • Emily Nelsen (Jr., Audubon)
  • Taylor Baggett (Sr., AHST)
  • TaylorGardner (Jr., Missouri Valley)
  • Shayley Smith (Sr., Riverside)
  • Rachel Landen (Soph., Underwood)
  • Regan Landen (Soph., Underwood)
  • Anna Hildebrand (Sr., Riverside)

Honorable Mention:

  • Anna Spomer (Soph., Tri-Center)
  • Abby Leighton (Sr., Griswold)
  • Ashley Nelson (Sr., Missouri Valley)
  • Emily Beatz (Jr., Tri-Center)
  • Susie Bylund (Sr., Audubon)
  • Lauren Baylor (Sr., AHST)
  • Lexis Rogers(Jr., Treynor)
  • Emily Frink (Sr., Riverside)
  • Rachel Denne (Sr.,Griswold)
  • Lea Crouse (Soph., Underwood)

2011 WIC All-Academic Honors

(Must be a senior and maintain 3.25 cumulative GPA)

VOLLEYBALL

  • AHST: Taylor Baggett, Jolene Bartlett, Lauren Baylor, Helen Johnson, Katelin Schroder, Caydee Woodward.
  • Audubon: Stacy Bruch, Afton Muhr, Brittany Rudolph.
  • Griswold: Rachel Denne, Abby Leighton.
  • Missouri Valley: Courtney Cunard, Janelle Smithson, Carlee McKee,Ashley Nelson.
  • Riverside: Anna Hildebrand, Shayley Smith, Jenny Taylor, Jacie Feigenbutz.
  • Tri-Center: Anna Armstrong, Molly Dollen,Elizabeth Masker.
  • Underwood: Amy Lintner.

CROSS COUNTRY

  • Audubon: Riley Jensen, Dana Johnson, Rachel Jones, Brooke Obermeier.
  • Missouri Valley: Maggie Hawley, Devon Jensen, RaeLea Jones, LoganReinig.
  • Riverside: Ean Johnson.
  • Treynor: Justine Hiebner, Brad Bailey, Alyssa Kudron, Garrett Gibson,Michael Dunn.
  • Tri-Center: Ashtyn Alfers, Kaitlyn Vorthmann, TaylorTuel, Nathan Miller.
  • Underwood: Layne Goertz.

8AM Sportscast 11-03-2011

Podcasts, Sports

November 3rd, 2011 by Chris Parks

w/ Jim Field

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3-A/4-A State Volleyball Tournament Pairings

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November 3rd, 2011 by Jim Field

First Round @ Cedar Rapids Ice Arena (Wednesday, November 9)

Class 4-A:

  • Noon — Abraham Lincoln (25-21) vs. Iowa City West (#1, 36-6)
  • Noon — Cedar Falls (#11, 26-12) vs. Iowa City High (#2, 38-3)
  • 1:30 — Cedar Rapids Kennedy (#7, 29-9) vs. Dubuque Hempstead (#4, 25-8)
  • 1:30 — Waukee (#8, 27-7) vs. Ankeny (#3, 28-8)

Class 3-A:

  • 6:00 — Charles City (#6, 34-7) vs. Bishop Heelan Catholic (#5, 44-11)
  • 6:00 — Maquoketa (#7, 32-5) vs. Waverly-Shell Rock (#3, 45-3)
  • 7:30 — Harlan (#10, 31-6) vs. Dubuque Wahlert (#1, 29-8)
  • 7:30 –  Union (#9, 32-7) vs. Solon (#2, 32-1)

 

3-A/4-A Volleyball Regional Final Results

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November 3rd, 2011 by Ric Hanson

Class 3-A Regional Finals:

  • (3-1) Harlan 26-23-25-25, Red Oak 24-25-21-17
  • (3-0) Union 25-26-25, Bondurant-Farrar 18-24-22
  • (3-1) Charles City 25-25-21-25, Nevada 20-13-25-16
  • (3-1) Maquoketa 25-25-27-25, Davenport Assumption 15-22-29-14
  • (3-0) Dubuque Wahlert 25-25-25, Marion 20-17-16
  • (3-0) Waverly-Shell Rock 25-27-25, West Delaware 23-25-15
  • (3-0) Sioux City Bishop Heelan 25-25-25, Spirit Lake 15-9-15
  • (3-0) Solon 25-25-25, Fairfield 23-19-19

ClassS 4-A Regional Finals:

  • (3-1) Abraham Lincoln 25-26-25-25, Urbandale 27-24-19-23
  • (3-0) Iowa City West 25-25-25, Cedar Rapids Washington 11-10-16
  • (3-0) Cedar Rapids Kennedy 25-25-25, Bettendorf 14-14-18
  • (3-0) Ankeny 25-27-25, Sioux City North 16-25-14
  • (3-0) Cedar Falls 29-25-25, Dowling Catholic 27-23-23
  • (3-1) Dubuque Hempstead 19-25-25-25, Pleasant Valley 25-20-15-21
  • (3-0) Waukee 25-25-25, Southeast Polk 18-23-17
  • (3-0) Iowa City High 25-25-25, Muscatine 21-14-15

Hawkeyes Search for Answers After Minnesota Loss

Sports

November 2nd, 2011 by Jim Field

IOWA CITY, Iowa (AP) – Iowa was let down by its offense, defense and special teams against Minnesota last week and wound up with one of the worst losses of Kirk Ferentz’s 13-year tenure as coach.  Iowa hosts Michigan (7-1, 3-1 Big Ten) on Saturday looking to bounce back from a stunning 22-21 loss to the Gophers. Ferentz says it was his fault the Gophers recovered an onside kick that led to the winning touchdown because he failed to call timeout just before the kick.  Ferentz also says the Hawkeyes (5-3, 2-2) aren’t playing defense well enough. The Hawkeyes need just one win in their last four games to earn bowl eligibility.

Time Running Out for Kansas to Turn Things Around

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November 2nd, 2011 by Jim Field

LAWRENCE, Kan. (AP) – Time is running out on Kansas to pick up its first Big 12 win of the season. Its first road win under second-year coach Turner Gill, too.  Just maybe, time is running out on Gill altogether.  The Jayhawks (2-6) have lost six straight by an average of 34 points, and the closest they’ve come to winning away from home was a 31-16 loss to Southern Miss early last season. They get another chance – perhaps their best remaining chance – on Saturday at Iowa State, which is coming off a where-did-that-come-from 41-7 romp over Texas Tech last week.  After that, the Jayhawks finish up with Baylor’s high-powered offense in Lawrence, a tough trip to Texas A&M and the annual Border Showdown against Missouri at Arrowhead Stadium.

West Virginia Holds Big 12 Welcoming Party

Sports

November 2nd, 2011 by Jim Field

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. (AP) – Interim Big 12 Commissioner Chuck Neinas says he expects West Virginia to start play in the conference next season despite the Big East’s attempts to keep the university from a quick exit.  Neinas attended a reception in Morgantown officially welcoming the Mountaineers into the Big 12 on Tuesday. A day earlier, the university sued the Big East, seeking to clear the way for it to
start Big 12 play next fall. The Big East has said it plans to keep West Virginia for two more years West Virginia athletic director Oliver Luck and university President James Clements declined comment on the lawsuit. Neinas says he’s not concerned about the lawsuit because he has confidence in Luck and Clements.

PSU Start, Reeling Badgers Highlight Big 10 Surprises

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November 2nd, 2011 by Jim Field

Two different story lines have emerged midway through the Big Ten’s inaugural season of divisional play.  The Legends Division is locked in a logjam at the top, as Michigan State, Nebraska and Michigan are tied with identical 3-1 conference records.  But one school has emerged from the pack in the Leaders Division. Surprisingly, it’s not preseason favorite Wisconsin.  Penn State is the last team unbeaten in Big Ten play at 5-0 in the conference. The Nittany Lions have a bye this week before a three-game gauntlet to close the regular season begins Nov. 12 against Nebraska.  Road games also loom at Ohio State and Wisconsin.  Penn State might have trouble scoring points, but Purdue coach Danny Hope says coach Joe Paterno has one of the nation’s best defenses.