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Underwood Advances to 1-A State Dual Wrestling Meet

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February 8th, 2012 by Jim Field

CLASS 1-A REGIONAL DUALS  (CLICK HERE for 1-A State Dual Pairings)

@ GRISWOLD:

  • Audubon 44, Riverside 27
  • Underwood 55, Guthrie Center 15
  • Underwood 39 Audubon 31 (Underwood qualifies for state duals)

@ LOGAN:

  • Tri-Center 51, Marcus-Meriden-Cleghorn 21
  • Woodbury Central 44, Logan-Magnolia 18
  • Woodbury Central 45, Tri-Center 27  (Woodbury Central qualifies for state duals)

CLASS 2-A REGIONAL DUALS

@ LEON:

  • Winterset 42, Davis County 36
  • Creston/O-M 63, Albia 12
  • Creston/O-M 64, Winterset 16 (Creston/O-M qualifies for state duals)

Tuesday Girls High School Basketball Results

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February 8th, 2012 by Jim Field

Hawkeye 10:

  • Denison-Schleswig 53, Atlantic 34
  • Lewis Central 46, Harlan 27
  • Creston 52, Clarinda 49
  • Glenwood 86, Shenandoah 26

Western Iowa:

  • IKM-Manning 45, Tri-Center 29
  • Underwood 43, Heartland Christian 32

Rolling Hills:

  • Adair-Casey 63, Paton-Churdan 15
  • Iowa Christian 49, CAM 31
  • Orient-Macksburg 72, Ankeny Christian Academy 58
  • Exira/EHK 80, East Greene 56

Others:

  • Carroll 54, Dallas Center-Grimes 41
  • Coon Rapids-Bayard 52, West Central Valley 37
  • Corning 65, East Union 27
  • Essex 47, Diagonal 45
  • Nodaway Valley 38, Bedford 35
  • Panorama 73, Earlham 27
  • Ar-We-Va 52, Charter Oak-Ute 41
  • Villisca 62, North Nodaway 47

Illness Sidelines Drake’s Simons.

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February 8th, 2012 by Ric Hanson

Drake will be without second lead scorer Ben Simons tonight (Wednesday), when the Bulldogs visit Illinois State. The junior forward missed Saturday’s loss to Missouri State after being diagnosed with mononucleosis. Drake coach Mark Phelps expects the Bulldogs to play better without Simons now that they have had a few days to adjust. His absence is a tough blow to the Bulldogs who stand 6-7 in the Valley and 13-11 overall. Drake beat Illinois State in the first matchup in Des Moines. The Redbirds are 7-6 in the league race.

Tuesday Boys High School Basketball Results

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February 8th, 2012 by Ric Hanson

Hawkeye 10:

  • Atlantic 61, Denison-Schleswig 58
  • Creston 54, Clarinda 52 (OT)
  • Glenwood 58, Shenandoah 29
  • Harlan 62, Lewis Central 58

Western Iowa:

  • A-H-S-T 64, Woodbine 61
  • East Mills 75, Riverside 71
  • Griswold 72, South Page 37

Rolling Hills:

  • Ankeny Christian Academy 56, Orient-Macksburg 54
  • CAM 66, Iowa Christian 50
  • Exira-EHK 80, East Greene 56
  • Glidden-Ralston 54, Walnut 48

Others:

 

  • Boys Town, Neb. 81, St. Albert 64
  • Carroll 74, Dallas Center-Grimes 65
  • Charter Oak-Ute 47, Ar-We-Va 44
  • Coon Rapids-Bayard 70, West Central Valley 39
  • Corning 76, East Union 40
  • Earlham 64, Panorama 55
  • Nodaway Valley 77, Bedford 22
  • IKM-Manning 62, Tri-Center 47
  • Woodward-Granger 46, Guthrie Center 43 (OT)

ISU Falls at Oklahoma State

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February 7th, 2012 by Chris Parks

STILLWATER, Okla. — Le’Bryan Nash hit the winning fadeaway jumper with 4.7 seconds left and blocked Chris Allen’s attempt for the tie at the buzzer to lift Oklahoma State to a 69-67 victory against Iowa State on Tuesday night.

The Cowboys (12-12, 5-6 Big 12) avenged perhaps their most heartbreaking defeat of the season, having lost on Scott Christopherson’s banked-in 3-pointer at the buzzer in Ames.

After a game filled with back-and-forth runs, this one came down to the final play too.

The Cyclones (17-7, 7-4) wiped away an eight-point deficit over the final 5 minutes behind Allen’s strong 3-point shooting, but Nash connected to put OSU back ahead. Allen, who hit a career-high six 3-pointers and scored 22 points, drove past the arc and into the lane, but Nash swatted his shot into the stands and preserve the win.

Markel Brown led Oklahoma State with 19 points. Nash finished with 18.

Atlantic Wins 2-A Dual Team Regional Title

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February 7th, 2012 by Jim Field

Atlantic will make it’s third trip in school history to the state dual team wrestling championships on Wednesday, February 15th.  (CLICK HERE for 2-A state pairings) The Trojans won the regional title with wins over North Polk and South Central Calhoun at Kuemper Catholic High School in Carroll Tuesday night.  In the semi-final round, Atlantic defeated North Polk 53-15 and wrestled South Central Calhoun in the regional final.  SCC beat Ballard 45-36 in the other semi.  In the final, it was Atlantic winning 47-27 to advance to state.  The Trojans improve to 20-1 on the season.  The match results include:

Atlantic 53, North Polk 15

  • 170 – Matt Williamson (A) 13-2 over Mason Lewis (NP)
  • 182 - Tyler Stork (A) wins by fall over Hansen (NP)
  • 195 - Tyler Doll (A) lost 9-3 to Noah Pickard (NP)
  • 220 - Tyler Christensen (A) wins by fall over Ben Brugaman (NP)
  • 285 - Austin Conrad (A) wins 12-3 over Jerrod Sunken (NP)
  • 106 - Darrian Schwenke (A) wins by fall over Chase Erickson (NP)
  • 113 - Dillon Cox (A) wins by Forfeit
  • 120 - Reid Nichols (A) lost 8-4 to Jordah Ihle (NP)
  • 126 - Zach Brooks (A) wins 5-1 over Dylan Husby (NP)
  • 132 - Matt Smith (A) lost 6-1 to Andrew White (NP)
  • 138 - Rob Young (A) wins by fall over Jake Hoyle (NP)
  • 145 - Cal Hueton (A) lost by fall to Chad Purcell (NP)
  • 152 - Rob Nichols (A) wins by fall over Grant Long (NP)
  • 160 - Derek Stork (A) wins by fall over Sam Pickard (NP)

Atlantic 47, South Central Calhoun 27

  • 182-Tyler Stork (A) wins 9-8 over Cody Schoop (SCC)
  • 195-Tyler Doll (A) wins by fall oveer Nolan Machovec (SCC)
  • 220-Tyler Christensen (A) lost by fall to Colten Riley (SCC)
  • 285-Austin Conrad (A) wins by fall over Aron King (SCC)
  • 106-Darrian Schwenke (A) wins by fall (SCC)
  • 113-Dillon Cox (A) wins by fall over Colin Corey (SCC)
  • 120-Reid Nichols (A) lost 11-5 to Ryan Sump (SCC)
  • 126-Matt Smith (A) lost by fall to Chase Goodman (SCC)
  • 132-Rob Young (A) wins by fall over Logan Peed (SCC)
  • 138-Open
  • 145-Cal Hueton (A) lost by fall to Tate Klocke (SCC)
  • 152-Rob Nichols (A) wins 13-0 over Zayne Barrett (SCC)
  • 160-Derek Stork (A) wins by fall over Tyler Kutz (SCC)
  • 170-Matt Williamson (A) wins 8-1 over Michael DeMoss (SCC)

Iowa Wrestling Coaches Association Final Dual Team Rankings

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February 7th, 2012 by Jim Field

CLASS 1-A                                 W-L                                    Pts.
1. Clarion-Goldfield                16-1                                    562
2. Don Bosco                              21-6                                    521
3. Nashua-Plainfield               19-4                                    504
4. Alburnett                               19-2                                    443
5. Underwood                           29-0                                    423
6. Woodbury Central             20-3                                    423
7. Martensdale-St. Marys    22-5                                    233
8. Tri-Center Neola                 22-3                                    218
9. Eddyville-Blakesburg       20-5                                    217
10. Logan-Magnolia               22-5                                    196
11. Audubon                              23-3                                    192
12. Lisbon                                   17-13                                  120
13. West Branch                       19-2                                    118
14. North Linn                          18-3                                    116
15. Sumner-Fredericksburg  22-5                                 112
16. Emmetsburg                       11-9                                    101

CLASS 2-A                                     W-L                                    Pts.
1. Davenport-Assumption         27-1                                   543
2. West Delaware                           19-4                                    460
3. Denver-Tripoli                          16-3                                    428
4. Creston-Orient Macksburg  14-0                                    422
5. Osage                                            24-3                                    356
6. Charles City                               15-7                                    310
7. Atlantic                                       18-1                                    246
8. Spirit Lake Park                        15-6                                    196
9. Williamsburg                             21-2                                    194
10. Mediapolis                               23-2                                    187
11. New Hampton                         18-6                                    159
12. Sergeant Bluff-Luton            18-1                                    159
13. Webster City                            17-4                                    156
14. Union, La Porte City             19-8                                    145
15. South Central Calhoun         34-7                                    111
16. Ballard                                        15-12                                    88

CLASS 3-A                                          W-L                                    Pts.
1. Southeast. Polk                              22-0                                    455
2. Bettendorf                                       11-1                                    454
3. Iowa City West                               32-3                                    394
4. West Des Moines Valley             23-1                                    364
5. Linn Mar                                          26-6                                    326
6. Cedar Rapids Prairie                   27-6                                    308
7. Ankeny                                            24-2                                    287
8. Waverly Shell Rock                     22-4                                    278
9. Mason City                                      20-7                                    266
10. North Scott                                  27-7                                    174
11. Pleasant Valley                           20-7                                    168
12. Urbandale                                     9-8                                     148
13. Epworth Western Dubuque   30-4                                    135
14. Indianola                                      14-9                                     79
15. Dowling Catholic W.D.             8-6                                      61
16. Spencer                                          17-6                                     56

Big Ten Exploring 4-Team Playoff

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February 7th, 2012 by Jim Field

Michigan State athletic director Mark Hollis says his peers in the Big Ten are comfortable exploring the possibility of a four-team playoff for the national championship.

Hollis says keeping ties to the Rose Bowl is extremely important to athletic directors in the Big Ten and Pac-12.

The Chicago Tribune reported Monday that one of the ideas before the Big Ten would put the two semifinal games on the campuses of the higher seeded teams. The national championship game would be awarded to cities that bid for it.

The BCS title game pits the nation’s top two teams based on poll and computer rankings.

The plus-one format — two semifinals plus the title game — was proposed in 2008 by the commissioners of the Southeastern Conference and Atlantic Coast Conference. It was shot down by the leaders of the Big Ten, Pac-10, Big East, Big 12 and Notre Dame.

Walnut at Exira-EHK Girls and Boys Doubleheader 02-03-2012

Podcasts, Sports

February 7th, 2012 by Chris Parks

Jim Field and Chris Parks have the call of the games played Friday, February 3rd in Elk Horn.

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8AM Sportscast 02-07-2012

Podcasts, Sports

February 7th, 2012 by Chris Parks

w/ Jim Field

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