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AtlanticFest Road Race Winners

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August 12th, 2013 by Jim Field

233 Total participants (117 in the 2 mile run, 66 in the 5 mile run and 50 in the 2 mile walk)

5 Mile Men’s Winners:

  • Overall:  Marc Bierbaum of Omaha 29:35
  • 14 & Under:  Cale Billheimer of Adair 35:44
  • 15-16:  Chris Jarrett of Minden 31:37
  • 17-18:  Josiah Williams of Atlantic 33:29
  • 19-27:  Kevin Brown of Exira 29:37
  • 28-37:  David Warner of Council Bluyffs 34:56
  • 38-44:  Rik Zartman of Avoca 40:19
  • 45-50:  Dennis Jarrett of Minden 36:19
  • 51-58:  Jon Young of Elliott 42:18
  • 59 & Over:  Mark Jones of Omaha 33:51

5 Mile Women’s Winners:

  • Overall:  Allison Young of Elliott 36:05
  • 16 & Under:  Tiffany Williams of Atlantic 38:11
  • 17-18:  Liz Guttenfelder of Atlantic 39:08
  • 19-28:  Ashley Mosier of Atlantic 36:45
  • 29-34:  Jill Nikasen of Walnut 37:45
  • 35-39:  Nancy Reynolds of Atlantic 39:32
  • 40-44:  no entries
  • 45-50:  Kathie Madron of Oakland 37:29
  • 51 & Over:  Christine Petersen of Harlan 43:55

2 Mile Men’s Winners:

  • Overall:  Aaron Roberts of Audubon 10:21
  • 10 & Under:  Jacobs Stevens of Ames 15:45
  • 11-12:  Nathan Brockman of Atlantic 13:23
  • 13-14:  Phoenix Shadden of Atlantic 13:14
  • 15-16:  David Thomsen of Atlantic 12:24
  • 17-19:  Michael Thomsen of Atlantic 12:16
  • 20-29:  Austin Coder of Atlantic 12:01
  • 30-39:  B.J. Roland of Atlantic 13:20
  • 40-49:  Rob Larsen of Minden 13:05
  • 50 & Over:  Kirk Petersen of Harlan 13:31

2 Mile Women’s Winners:

  • Overall:  Rebekah Topham of Griswold 10:37 (New AtlanticFest Course Record)
  • 10 & Under:  Kennedy Goergen of Atlantic 15:07
  • 11-12:  Anna Wieser of Atlantic 16:17
  • 13-14:  Alexis Brockman of Atlantic 14:09
  • 15:  Haley Carlson of Atlantic 16:33
  • 16:  Alex Flippin of Elliott 14:42
  • 17-19:  Alex Larsen of Minden 14:32
  • 20-29:  Micdy Macha of Atlantic 20:34
  • 30-39:  Dawn Walton of Atlantic 18:38
  • 40-49:  Jen Hartwig of Atlantic 15:20
  • 50 & Over:  Lisa Van Cleave of Atlantic 15:14

2 Mile Walk Winners:

  • Men:  Tyrell Williams 22:21
  • Women:  Jane Chaille of Griswold 22:05

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Smoke released from hospital; resting at home

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August 11th, 2013 by Ric Hanson

WATKINS GLEN, N.Y. (AP) — Three-time Sprint Cup champion Tony Stewart has been released from the hospital and is resting at home. His team, Stewart-Haas Racing, tweeted the news on Sunday night: “TonyStewart is out of the hospital & resting as comfortably as he can at home. Thx for the thoughts & prayers.” The tweet closed with a “SmokeWillRise” hashtag. Stewart broke his right leg in two places last Monday night in a sprint car race in Iowa and is out indefinitely after two surgeries to repair the damage.

A five-time winner at Watkins Glen International, Stewart missed race Sunday, snapping his streak of 521 consecutive Cup starts and dropping him six spots to 17th in the Sprint Cup standings. Max Papis drove Stewart’s No. 14 Chevrolet and finished 15th. Several drivers had stickers on their cars honoring Stewart with the message: “Get Well Smoke 14.” The team is expected to name a replacement driver for Stewart as early as Monday.

Cardinals avoid sweep, beat Cubs 8-4

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August 11th, 2013 by Ric Hanson

ST. LOUIS (AP) — Pete Kozma singled home the tiebreaking run in the sixth inning and the St. Louis Cardinals ended a four-game losing streak, beating the Chicago Cubs 8-4 and avoiding a sweep. Matt Carpenter and Allen Craig each had three hits and drove in a run. Jon Jay and David Freese both drove in two runs, though they only had one hit between them. The Cardinals dropped five of six to begin a 10-game homestand.

Edward Mujica worked the last two innings for his 31st save in 33 chances, overcoming Starlin Castro’s leadoff double in the eighth while working with a one-run cushion.

George, Miller lead revamped LB corps for Iowa St.

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August 11th, 2013 by Ric Hanson

AMES, Iowa (AP) — Iowa State had the luxury of leaning on one of nation’s best linebacker duos of Jake Knott and A.J. Klein for the past three years. Both are now in the NFL, and how the Cyclones fill their void may be crucial to their success in 2013.

Iowa State has to replace a pair of first-team All-Big 12 performers from the same position group. Knott and Klein were the centerpiece of coordinator Wally Burnham’s defense — and both were capable of game-changing plays.

The Cyclones will instead rely on senior captain Jeremiah George, who was selected to the Butkus Award watch list, and junior Jevohn Miller.

Chiefs return to camp without No. 1 pick Fisher

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August 11th, 2013 by Ric Hanson

ST. JOSEPH, Mo. (AP) — The Kansas City Chiefs returned to practice on Sunday without right tackle Eric Fisher, the No. 1 overall pick who hurt his right shoulder in their preseason opener. Fisher also hurt his left thumb in Friday night’s game in New Orleans, briefly leaving the sideline to get it taped up. But coach Andy Reid said after the team returned to training camp that Fisher missed practice because of a separate shoulder injury.

Reid said it was a muscle injury and didn’t expect Fisher to be out long. The Chiefs offense struggled throughout the workout at Missouri Western as they got ready to play their first home preseason game Friday night against San Francisco. On several occasions, the group didn’t even get a play off before a whistle was blown.

Tournament of Champions Sunday Results (FINAL)

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August 11th, 2013 by Jim Field

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2013 Champion Brad Hartkopf

Championship Division: (FINAL)                                    

  • Brad Hartkopf (Atlantic G & CC)                     70-67-69 – 206 (-1)
  • Andrew Martin (Nishna Hills)                         68-72-71 – 211 (+4)
  • Ron Peterson (Past Champion)                        70-73-70 – 213 (+6)
  • Chris Nelson (Atlantic G & CC)                        78-69-68 – 215 (+8)
  • Matt Weresh (Des Moines G & CC)                71-68-76 – 215 (+8)
  • Aaron Ahrendsen (Manning/Manilla GC)     69-76-71 – 216 (+9)
  • Jason Reynolds (Past Champion)                    71-72-73 – 216 (+9)
  • Ryan Clark (Briarwood Club of Ankeny)        73-72-72 – 217 (+10)
  • Zach Christianson (Atlantic G & CC)               72-73-72 – 217 (+10)
  • Tim Murphy (Dunlap GC)                                 73-69-75 – 217 (+10)
  • Evan Schuler (Atlantic G & CC)                       70-72-76 – 218 (+11)
  • Jared Cochran (Terrace Hills GC)                    70-74-74 – 218 (+11)
  • Lance Halvorsen (Osceola CC)                         69-75-74 – 218 (+11)
  • Alex Huyser (Diamond Trail GC)                     72-73-74 – 219 (+12)
  • Barry Smith (Pine Knolls CC)                           76-73-70 – 219 (+12)
  • Jim Brown (Urbandale G & CC)                      68-71-80 – 219 (+12)
  • Derek Jacobsen (Atlantic G & CC)                   71-71-77 – 219 (+12)
  • Sam Markham (Atlantic G & CC)                     76-71-73 – 220 (+13)
  • Carter Trewet (Otter Creek GC)                        75-72-74 – 220 (+13)
  • Rob Langfelt (Nishna Hills)                               72-74-76 – 222 (+15)
  • Shane Burmeister (Atlantic G & CC)               73-76-74 – 223 (+16)
  • Ross Martens (Rosman-Glendale)                   73-72-78 – 223 (+16)
  • Darby McLaren (Atlantic G & CC)                   74-68-81 – 223 (+16)
  • Kurt Matthewson (Woodward GC)                  74-74-76 – 224 (+17)
  • Cary Cochran (Quail Run)                                 68-78-79 – 225 (+18)
  • Ryan Huinker (Harlan G & CC)                       80-76-69 – 225 (+18)
  • Jaxson Armstrong (Crestwood Hills)              75-77-74 – 226 (+19)
  • Cory Scamman (American Legion CC)           78-72-76 – 226 (+19)
  • Eric Rock (Oakland CC)                                     73-78-75 – 226 (+19)
  • John Thomson (Cresco CC)                               72-75-79 – 226 (+19)
  • Phil Ruth (Lakeside Municipal GC)                 74-75-78 – 227 (+20)
  • Steve Tibbles (Perry G & CC)                            73-76-79 – 228 (+21)
  • Dan Conaway (Eagle Grove GC)                       75-72-82 – 229 (+22)
  • Brad Bailey (Treynor Rec Area)                       78-77-76 – 231 (+24)
  • Matt Haley (Happy Hollow CC)                       78-74-80 – 232 (+25)
  • Jeremy Perkins (Oakland CC)                          74-79-79 – 232 (+25)
  • Walker Adams (Osceola CC)                             79-74-80 – 233 (+26)
  • Taylor Wheatley (5X80 CC)                              82-75-76 – 233 (+26)
  • Steve Davie (Dunlap GC)                                   76-82-77 – 235 (+28)
  • Jason Branham (Quail Run CC)                       77-78-80 – 235 (+28)
  • Craig Benson (Avoca G & CC)                          80-78-79 – 237 (+30)
  • Jeff Gude (Atlantic G & CC)                              76-83-79 – 238 (+31)
  • Ryan Sloth (Belmond CC)                                 79-82-78 – 239 (+32)
  • Matt Gross (Nishna Hills)                                 80-83-76 – 239 (+32)
  • Michael Bylund (Audubon GC)                        77-82-80 – 239 (+32)
  • Kramer Sameulson (Clarinda CC)                   82-86-73 – 241 (+34)
  • Josh Burns (Sac CC)                                           84-77-83 – 244 (+37)
  • Eric Brown (Mt. Ayr CC)                                    77-81-86 – 244 (+37)
  • Steve Miller (Dunlap GC)                                  78-88-79 – 245 (+38)
  • Ryan Kirchhoff (Griswold G & CC)                  85-81-83 – 249 (+42)
  • Jake Speer (Greenfield G & CC)                       87-82-88 – 257 (+50)
  • Joel Anderson (Willow Creek GC)                   98-87-94 – 279 (+72)
  • Steve Swenson (Villisca CC)                              89-92-99 – 280 (+73)
Miller

2013 Senior Champion Del Miller

Senior Division: (FINAL)

  • Del Miller (West Liberty G & CC)                    69-73-73 – 215 (+8)
  • Rick Thompson (Fairfield G & CC)                 75-71-71 – 217 (+10)
  • Daryl Armstrong (Crestwood Hills)               76-74-69 – 219 (+12)
  • Darron Baker (Eagle Grove GC)                      74-73-72 – 219 (+12)
  • Jim Wood (Red Oak CC)                                   74-69-77 – 220 (+13)
  • Kim Peters (Crestwood Hills)                          75-70-75  – 220 (+13)
  • Rick Carter (Crestmoor CC)                             73-72-76 – 221 (+14)
  • John Willmore (Past Champion)                    80-68-73 – 221 (+14)
  • Arnie Leistad (Atlantic G & CC)                       75-71-77 – 223 (+16)
  • Kirk Nelson (Atlantic G & CC)                         74-74-76 – 224 (+17)
  • Terry Hannah (Jester Park)                             75-73-76 – 224 (+17)
  • Gene Capps (Indianola CC)                              77-78-78 – 233 (+26)
  • Jeff Morenz (Atlantic G & CC)                         74-77-82 – 233 (+26)
  • Rodd Bullard (Waveland GC)                          85-76-79 – 240 (+33)
  • Lyle Wittrock (5X80 CC)                                  77-80-84 – 241 (+34)
  • Ken Portsche (Beaver Creek GC)                    80-76-85 – 241 (+34)
  • Blair Hoegh (Otter Creek GC)                         78-79-85 – 242 (+35)
  • Paul Huddleson (Nishna Hills)                       77-76-89 – 242 (+35)
  • Dean Muhs (Quail Run CC)                             78-80-87 – 245 (+38)
  • Doug Williams (Nishna Hills)                          87-73-86 – 246 (+39)
  • Frank Rodriguez (Harlan G & CC)                  81-85-85 – 251 (+44)
  • John Scott Thomson (Cresco CC)                   81-86-84 – 251 (+44)
  • Mark Morris (Bedford GC)                               87-82-99 – 268 (+61)
  • Jerry Moores (Fremont County GC)              89-96-99 – 284 (+77)
Scybert

2013 Super Senior Champion Dick Scybert

Super Senior Division: (FINAL)

  • Richard Scybert (Past Champion)                  70-76-73 – 219 (+12)
  • Frank Gunsolley (Mt. Ayr G & CC)                 78-79-80 – 237 (+30)
  • Richard Mitchell (Nishna Hills)                      79-75-84 – 238 (+31)
  • Ed Leistad (Nishna Hills)                                 76-81-88 – 245 (+38)
  • Donald Perrin (Happy Hollow CC)                 84-81-83 – 248 (+41)
  • Bruce Duval (Fremont County GC)                84-84-85 – 253 (+46)
  • Jerry Hoff (Crestmoor GC)                              82-87-98 – 267 (+60)

Link to live scores:  http://tpp.ghin.com/Club/Scoring/ResultsStroke.aspx?id=3269

Navarro lifts Cubs to 6-5 win over Cardinals

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August 11th, 2013 by Ric Hanson

ST. LOUIS (AP) — Pinch-hitter Dioner Navarro hit a run-scoring double in the eighth inning to cap a three-run rally and the Chicago Cubs beat the St. Louis Cardinals 6-5 Saturday night to win a series in St. Louis for the first time in nearly three years. Matt Holliday homered for twice St. Louis, which lost its fourth in a row. Chicago won for the third time in four games.

The Cubs trailed 4-2 entering the eighth, but tied it 4-4 on Darwin Barney’s two-out, two-run double by off reliever Trevor Rosenthal (1-3). Navarro followed with his fifth pinch-hit RBI of the season to give Chicago a 5-4 lead. Blake Parker (1-1) picked up the victory for the Cubs, who last won a series in St. Louis on Sept. 13-15, 2010.

Kevin Gregg picked up his 25th save in 29 opportunities despite giving up Holliday’s 15th homer of the season, a solo shot with one out in the ninth.

Schatz wins Knoxville Nationals sprint car race

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August 11th, 2013 by Ric Hanson

KNOXVILLE, Iowa (AP) — Donny Schatz charged from the back of the field Saturday night to win the Knoxville Nationals sprint car race for the seventh time in eight years. Schatz earned $150,000 for winning the world’s premier sprint car event. Schatz started 21st, the furthest back of any winner at the nationals. Brian Brown was second, followed by Justin Henderson, Paul McMahan and Chad Kemenah.

The race came less than a week after NASCAR star Tony Stewart, Schatz’s team owner, broke his leg racing sprint cars in nearby Oskaloosa. Fellow NASCAR driver Kyle Larson finished sixth.

Tournament of Champions Sunday Tee Times

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August 10th, 2013 by Jim Field

CLICK HERE for the Sunday final round tee times for the Tournament of Champions at the Atlantic Golf & Country Club.   Listen for live coverage beginning at noon on KJAN!