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Carter gives A&M women 66-64 win over Iowa State

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January 29th, 2012 by Ric Hanson

COLLEGE STATION, Texas (AP) – Sydney Carter made two free throws with 2.4 seconds left to lift No. 14 Texas A&M to a 66-64 win over Iowa State on Sunday.  Iowa State’s desperation heave down the court as time expired was grabbed by A&M’s Kelsey Bone.   The Cyclones’ possession before Carter’s free throws ended when Nikki Moody, apparently thinking the game clock was the shot clock, didn’t try to get a shot off as the shot clock expired with 7.3 seconds remaining. Carter went 0 for 4 on Sunday and her only points came on the late free throws. Adaora Elonu had 19 points and Tyra White added 14 for Texas A&M (14-5, 5-3 Big 12). The Cyclones (11-8, 2-6) were led by Chelsea Poppens, who had 22 points and nine rebounds.

Creston, Atlantic at Top of Hawkeye 10 Wrestling Tourney

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January 29th, 2012 by Jim Field

 

Hawkeye 10 Wrestling Championships at Clarinda

Team Standings:

  1. Creston   241.5
  2. Atlantic  226.5
  3. Lewis Central 174
  4. Harlan  150.5
  5. Glenwood  131.5
  6. Clarinda  105
  7. Kuemper Catholic  104
  8. Red Oak  64
  9. Denison  57
  10. Shenandoah  49

Medalists:

106

  1. Darrian Schwenke (Atlantic)
  2. Tanner Mertz (Red Oak)
  3. Kruz Adamson (Creston)
  4. Zac McCoy (Shenandoah)
  5. Jordan Bailey (Lewis Central)
  6. Chase Evans (Glenwood)

113

  1. Jared Eischeid (Kuemper)
  2. Broghan Kelly (Harlan)
  3. Sean Skillern (Shenandoah)
  4. Dillon Cox (Atlantic)
  5. Kieran Deal (Creston)
  6. Jorge Partida (Denison)

120

  1. Blake Luna (Clarinda)
  2. Reid Nichols (Atlantic)
  3. Sam Jameson (Glenwood)
  4. Geoff Sellers (Red Oak)
  5. Chris Hopkins (Harlan)
  6. Gage Cheers (Creston)

126

  1. Alexander Schmitz (Kuemper)
  2. Seth Warren (Glenwood)
  3. Trey White (Clarinda)
  4. Corbin Tawzer (Lewis Central)
  5. Matt Smith (Atlantic)
  6. Spencer Wray (Creston)

132

  1. Rob Young (Atlantic)
  2. Zac Goodrich (Creston)
  3. Jesse Bendt (Glenwood)
  4. James Schwarte (Harlan)
  5. Kolby Hilgenberg (Kuemper)
  6. Joseph Heitshusen (Shenandoah)

138

  1. Jake Marlin (Creston)
  2. John Schwarte (Harlan)
  3. Luke Strong (Clarinda)
  4. AJ Clark (Glenwood)
  5. Cal Hueton (Atlantic)
  6. Dustin Nebel (Shenandoah)

145

  1. Juwan Parrish (Creston)
  2. Ethan Ruby (Lewis Central)
  3. Rob Nichols (Atlantic)
  4. Josh Clark (Glenwood)
  5. Skyler Shane (Clarinda)
  6. Allan Hopp (Harlan)

152

  1. David Thompson (Creston)
  2. Ryan Nightser (Lewis Central)
  3. Cordell Turner (Clarinda)
  4. Adam Zaccone (Harlan)
  5. Jonah Strand (Glenwood)
  6. Brenden Dostal (Shenandoah)

160

  1. Zeb Wahl (Lewis Central)
  2. Derek Stork (Atlantic)
  3. Brock Travis (Harlan)
  4. Gavin Leith (Creston)
  5. Dakota Collins (Denison)
  6. Zach Magnussen (Glenwood)

170

  1. Ben Schwery (Lewis Central)
  2. Trevor Frain (Creston)
  3. Matt Williamson (Atlantic)
  4. Cody Crouch (Glenwood)
  5. Nick Kornischuk (Harlan)
  6. Matt Gray (Shenandoah)

182

  1. Seth Esaias (Red Oak) — 4 time champ
  2. Hunter Hoffman (Glenwood)
  3. Tyler Stork (Atlantic)
  4. Scott Brockman (Clarinda)
  5. Cale Stork (Harlan)
  6. Riley Blay (Lewis Central)

195

  1. Keaton Hulett (Creston)
  2. Austin Lear (Lewis Central)
  3. Tyler Doll (Atlantic)
  4. Bobby Overton (Denison)
  5. Dalton Bendorf (Harlan)
  6. Trevin Jorgensen (Kuemper)

220

  1. Zach Renshaw (Lewis Central)
  2. Cass Weitl (Kuemper)
  3. Andrew Overton (Denison)
  4. Tyler Christensen (Atlantic)
  5. Cole Tanner (Creston)
  6. Tyler Johannsen (Harlan)

285

  1. Collin Bevins (Creston)
  2. Austin Conrad (Atlantic)
  3. Alex Bruch (Kuemper)
  4. Trevor Stephens (Lewis Central)
  5. Jordan Siebert (Harlan)
  6. Alec Ruskell (Denison)

Saturday’s Area High School Basketball Scores (from 1-28-12)

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January 29th, 2012 by Ric Hanson

BOYS BASKETBALL
  • Bedford 48, Griswold 46
  • Lewis Central 64, Abraham Lincoln 31
  • Kuemper Catholic 59, Fort Dodge St. Edmond 53
  • Norwalk 51, Creston 43
  • Ogden 53, Guthrie Center 48
  • Panorama 71, West Central Valley 40
  • Woodward Academy 62, Coon Rapids-Bayard 45
Western Valley Conference Tournament
Consolation
  • River Valley 54, Charter Oak-Ute 36
  • Maple Valley-Anthon-Oto 54, Ridge View 35
  • Woodbine 58, Ar-We-Va 55
Quarterfinal
  • IKM-Manning 64, Logan-Magnolia 55
  • Kingsley-Pierson 70, OA-BCIG 62
  • Lawton-Bronson 72, Woodbury Central 56
  • West Monona 60, Boyer Valley 35
GIRLS BASKETBALL
  • Bedford 73, Griswold 46
  • Lewis Central 44, Abraham Lincoln 36
  • Nodaway Valley 44, Clarke 32
  • Guthrie Center 75, Ogden 49
  • Kuemper Catholic 67, Fort Dodge St. Edmond 43
  • Norwalk 43, Creston 31

 

Drake outlasts Wichita State 93-86 in 3 OT

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January 29th, 2012 by Ric Hanson

DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — Ben Simons scored 29 points and Kurt Alexander scored six of his 17 points in the third overtime as Drake outlasted Wichita State 93-86 on Saturday night. Rayvonte Rice added 19 points, 14 rebounds, eight assists and four steals for the Bulldogs (13-9, 6-5 Missouri Valley). Garrett Stutz scored 27 points and Joe Ragland 25 for the Shockers (18-4, 9-2), who lost for the first time in seven road games this season and fell out of a first-place tie in the conference with Creighton, which defeated Bradley on Saturday. Kraidon Woods made a layup for Drake with two seconds remaining in regulation to knot the score at 63-all. Alexander’s 3-pointer gave the Bulldogs an 82-79 lead with 19 seconds remaining in the second OT, but Ben Smith matched it for Wichita State with eight seconds left. Jeremy Jeffers scored 11 points for Drake.  Toure’ Murry had 16 points and 10 rebounds for the Shockers, whose eight-game winning streak was snapped.

Missouri State turns back Northern Iowa 63-51

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January 28th, 2012 by Ric Hanson

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. (AP) — Kyle Weems had 20 points and 10 rebounds to lead Missouri State past Northern Iowa 63-51 on Saturday. Anthony Downing scored 16 points and Jarmar Gulley matched Weems with 10 rebounds for the Bears (13-10, 6-5 Missouri Valley). Michael Bizoukas had seven assists for Missouri State. Seth Tuttle had nine points to lead Northern Iowa (14-9, 4-7), which has dropped five of its last six games. The Panthers led 9-3 before Missouri State used a 20-4 run to take control of the game. The Bears led 34-24 at halftime — with Weems scoring 18 of his points before the break — and enjoyed their biggest margin at 57-39 with 4:52 to play.

Iowa State stuns No. 5 Kansas, 72-64

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January 28th, 2012 by Ric Hanson

AMES, Iowa (AP) – Royce White had 18 points and nine rebounds as Iowa State upset fifth-ranked Kansas 72-64 on Saturday, snapping the Jayhawks’ winning streak at 10 games. Melvin Ejim added 15 points for the Cyclones (15-6, 5-3 Big 12), who had lost 13 straight to Kansas since their last victory in 2005.  White, a 39 percent free thrower shooter in Big 12 games, hit a pair to put Iowa State up 64-59 with 1:47 left. Kansas threw the ball away and Chris Babb drained a 3 to give the Cyclones an eight-point lead with 55.6 seconds left.  Tyshawn Taylor led five players in double figures with 16 points for Kansas (17-4, 7-1), which hadn’t lost since Dec. 19 against Davidson. Thomas Robinson had 13 points, but he committed five turnovers and the Jayhawks were outrebounded 36-23.  Iowa State students celebrated the biggest win of coach Fred Hoiberg’s tenure by storming the floor.

Iowa women upset No. 13 Purdue 59-42

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January 28th, 2012 by Ric Hanson

IOWA CITY, Iowa (AP) – Kamille Wahlin scored all 13 of her points in the second half and Iowa upset No. 13 Purdue 59-42 on Saturday, snapping the Boilermakers’ 11-game winning streak.  Center Morgan Johnson added 17 points and 11 rebounds for the Hawkeyes (12-10, 4-5 Big Ten), who had lost four of their last five games. Purdue’s Brittany Rayburn hit a 3-pointer to cut Iowa’s lead to 40-37 with 11 minutes left, but the Hawkeyes answered with a 16-2 run over an 8-minute stretch to pull away.  It’s the first Big Ten loss for Purdue (18-4, 8-1), which was beaten for the first time this month.  This was a tough and sloppy game from the start. Iowa led just 23-21 at halftime. The teams combined for 43 fouls and 29 turnovers.  The Boilermakers had won 16 of the last 19 meetings with Iowa, including a 57-55 victory on Jan. 15 in Mackey Arena.

(Podcast) Saturday Sports Report

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January 28th, 2012 by Ric Hanson

Ric Hanson reports Friday’s High School Basketball scores & college sports news….

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ISU Takes on #5 Kansas Today

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January 28th, 2012 by Ric Hanson

The Iowa State men’s basketball team looks to snap a 13-game losing streak to Kansas, when it hosts the 5th ranked Jayhawks this afternoon. Kansas has won 10 straight games and leads the Big 12 standings. The match up will feature two of the league’s top big men in Iowa State’s Royce White and K-U’s Thomas Robinson. Robinson and White are first and second respectively, in the Big 12, in rebounding. Tip-time for today’s game at Hilton Coliseum is 1-p.m.

Friday Boys High School Basketball Scores

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January 28th, 2012 by Chris Parks

Hawkeye 10:

  • Atlantic 55, Clarinda 51
  • Lewis Central 56, Shenandoah 24
  • Harlan 61, Glenwood 26

Western Iowa:

  • Underwood 56, Audubon 43
  • Tri-Center 61, Griswold 50
  • Treynor 76, A-H-S-T 33
  • Riverside 60, Missouri Valley 26

Rolling Hills:

  • Adair-Casey 59, Glidden-Ralston 36
  • CAM 83, Paton-Churdan 50
  • Exira/EHK 70, Iowa Christian 37

Others:

  • East Mills 55, Stanton 34
  • Sidney 56, Nishnabotna 38
  • Clarinda Academy 70, Essex 49
  • Villisca 62, South Page 59  (OT)
  • Bedford 61, Central Decatur 35
  • Pleasantville 66, Lenox 32
  • Sioux City West 66, Abraham Lincoln 58
  • Carroll 84, Winterset 70