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Tuesday Boys High School Basketball Results

Sports

February 22nd, 2012 by Ric Hanson

BOYS BASKETBALL
1-A District 1 Semifinal
St. Albert 59, East Mills 49
Treynor 54, Fremont-Mills 45

1-A District 15 Semifinal
Nodaway Valley 72, Mount Ayr 55
Murray 57, Lamoni 52

1-A District 16 Semifinal
CAM 54, Corning 53
Exira-EHK 47, Adair-Casey 36

1-A District 2 Semifinal
Boyer Valley 42, Logan-Magnolia 39
West Monona 58, Ar-We-Va 43

1-A District 6 Semifinal
East Greene 56, Ankeny Christian Academy 49
Guthrie Center 54, Coon Rapids-Bayard 48

2-A District 1 Championship
Clarinda 65, Underwood 41

2-A District 2 Championship
Kuemper Catholic 67 East Sac County 59

2-A District 16 Championship
Des Moines Christian 76, Panorama 46

Atlantic Parks and Rec Board approves increases in Summer Rec Program fees

Ag/Outdoor, News, Sports

February 21st, 2012 by Ric Hanson

The price you pay for your kids to participate in some of the Atlantic Parks and Recreation Department Summer Recreation Programs will be going up, and be prepared for some changes in how some of the programs operate. Parks and Rec Director Roger Herring said at Monday night’s Board meeting, one of the changes affects the Playground Program. He says instead of two sites, there will be just one site: Washington Elementary School. The hours will be from 9:30-until 11:30-a.m., instead of from 1-3pm. Herring says the idea is to incorporate the YMCA lunch program into the Playground Program.

Herring says each day’s activities will be published as the time frame grows closer, but they will involve crafts and exercise. Each session would conclude with lunch at the YMCA. The students will be escorted from the Washington School to the YMCA, where their parents can pick them up after lunch. Herring recommended, and the Park and Rec Board Monday approved, charging parents a fee to enroll their kids in the Playground Program. He says the fee would amount to $1 per day of the 20-session program, which runs from May 29th to June 29th, or $20 altogether. The Board and Herring agreed that no student will be turned down for the program because of an inability to pay. Service clubs may be asked to help defray the costs.

Roger Herring says also, the swimming program would be held once a week, on Tuesday’s, at the Sunnyside swimming pool. No lunch will be served.    The Swim Team, which is held May 29th through July 15th, will practice daily at noon at the Sunnyside Pool, with practice during inclement weather, inside, at the Nishna Valley YMCA. Participants purchase their own team swimsuits, t-shirts and goggles. The price for the t-shirts, according to Herring, will be going up just a bit. He recommended, and the board approved, an increase of $5 in the fee to participate on the swim team, which will now cost $25.

Board Chair Stuart Dusenberry pointed out that’s still much lower than it was years ago, when the Parks Department was still paying to bus students to the various swim meets. Since the policy was changed, parents have been handling that responsibility. The increase in fee also helps to cover the cost of paying a Swim Team Coach, Assistant Coach and Manager, which had previously been a volunteer position. Herring said there were 60 participants in the program last year. He says if there are a similar number this year, it will be a “break even” proposition for the Parks and Rec Department cost-wise.

The adult softball fee is also expected to be “restructured,” but the details have not yet been worked out.

8AM Sportscast 02-21-2012

Podcasts, Sports

February 21st, 2012 by Chris Parks

w/ Jim Field

Play

2012/2013 High School Football Schedules Announced

Sports

February 21st, 2012 by Jim Field

The Iowa High School Athletic Association today announced the football schedules for the 2012 and 2013 seasons.  The Atlantic schedules are:

Atlantic 2012 Schedule:
08/24 Clarinda
08/31 @Carroll
09/07 Creston
09/14 @Lewis Central
09/21 @Denison-Schleswig
09/28 ADM, Adel
10/05 @Perry
10/12 Harlan
10/19 Glenwood

Atlantic 2013 Schedule:
08/30 @Clarinda
09/06 Carroll
09/13 @Creston
09/20 Lewis Central
09/27 Denison-Schleswig
10/04 @ADM, Adel
10/11 Perry
10/18 @Harlan
10/25 @Glenwood

Click on the following links to see other schedules:

Tuesday Boys/Girls Post-Season Basketball Schedule

Sports

February 21st, 2012 by Jim Field

BOYS CLASS 1-A DISTRICT SEMI-FINALS:

  • Boyer Valley vs. Logan-Magnolia @ Dunlap
  • CAM vs. Corning @ Anita
  • East Greene vs. Ankeny Christian Academy @ Rippey
  • St. Albert vs. East Mills @ East Mills
  • Exira/EH-K vs. Adair-Casey @ Elk Horn (on KJAN & KJAN.com)
  • Guthrie Center vs. Coon Rapids-Bayard @ Guthrie Center
  • Nodaway Valley vs. Mount Ayr @ Greenfield
  • Treynor vs. Fremont-Mills @ Treynor
  • West Monona vs. Ar-We-Va @ Onawa

BOYS CLASS 2-A DISTRICT FINALS:

  • Des Moines Christian vs. Panorama @ Adel
  • Kuemper Catholic vs. East Sac County @ Denison
  • Clarinda vs. Underwood @ Red Oak

GIRLS CLASS 3-A REGIONAL FINALS

  • Winterset vs. Glenwood @ Atlantic
  • Denison vs. Bishop Heelan Catholic @ Sioux City East

GIRLS CLASS 4-A REGIONAL FINALS

  • Lewis Central vs. Ankeny @ WDM Valley

Monday Girls Regional Basketball Results

Sports

February 21st, 2012 by Jim Field

Class 1-A Regional Finals
Bedford 45, Martensdale-St. Mary’s 33
Ar-We-Va 53, Corning 48

Class 2-A Regional Finals
Western Christian 94, Kuemper Catholic 56
OA-BCIG 59, Lawton-Bronson 51
IKM-Manning 52, Panorama 43

Monday Boys Post-Season Basketball Results

Sports

February 21st, 2012 by Jim Field

Class 3-A District Semi-Finals:

  • Atlantic 47, Red Oak 40 (Dalton Franken 16 points – passes 1,000 for his career)
  • Bishop Heelan Catholic 58, Sergeant Bluff-Luton 55 (OT)
  • Carroll 71, Denison-Schleswig 56
  • Harlan 63, Glenwood 31
  • Norwalk 46, Creston 35

Class 4-A Sub-State:

  • Lewis Central 69, Abraham Lincoln 30
  • Sioux City West 65, Thomas Jefferson 54

HSBB: 3A District Semifinal: Red Oak at Atlantic 02-20-2012

Podcasts, Sports

February 21st, 2012 by Chris Parks

Jim Field and Chris Parks have the call of the game played Monday, February 20th at the Atlantic High School.

Play

Ex-Brave Linebrink recalls last season’s collapse

Sports

February 21st, 2012 by Ric Hanson

JUPITER, Fla. (AP) — Arriving for the first time at the St. Louis Cardinals’ spring training clubhouse, Scott Linebrink plopped down an Atlanta Braves equipment bag in front of his locker stall. It was a vivid reminder of the front row seat the relief pitcher had during the collapse that helped the Cardinals make their improbable World Series title drive last fall. The Braves were 9-18 in September, and the 35-year-old right-hander took the loss in a 13-inning setback to the Phillies on the final day that gave St. Louis the NL wild card. Linebrink’s description of the downward spiral: A three-week car wreck that slid past in slow motion. The Cardinals signed Linebrink to a minor league contract with an invitation to spring training.

AP source: Chiefs, Routt reach 3-yr, $19.6M deal

Sports

February 21st, 2012 by Ric Hanson

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — A person familiar with the situation tells The Associated Press that the Kansas City Chiefs and cornerback Stanford Routt have agreed to terms on a $19.6 million, three-year deal. The person, speaking on condition of anonymity Monday because the team had not announced the deal, said the agreement includes a $4 million signing bonus and $6 million the first season. Routt is still owed $5 million next month from the Raiders, who released him after the first year of a $54.4 million, five-year deal. Routt chose the Chiefs over competing offers from Buffalo, Cincinnati, Houston, New Orleans, Minnesota and Tennessee. Routt will likely take over for Brandon Carr, who will become a free agent. Signing Routt means the Chiefs are more likely to use the franchise tag on wide receiver Dwayne Bowe instead of Carr.