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HSBB Atlantic at Kuemper Catholic Girls 02-14-2015

Podcasts, Sports

February 16th, 2015 by Chris Parks

Jim Field has the call of the Class 3A first round postseason game played at Kuemper Catholic High School in Carroll.

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(Podcast) KJAN 7:20-a.m. Sports report, 2/16/2015

Podcasts, Sports

February 16th, 2015 by Ric Hanson

With Jim Field.

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Monday Boys District Basketball Schedule

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February 16th, 2015 by Jim Field

Class 1-A First Round

@ Audubon:  (on KJAN)

  • Glidden-Ralston vs. Guthrie Center (6:30)
  • Audubon vs. CAM (8:00)

@ Logan:

  • Charter Oak-Ute vs. Woodbine (6:30)
  • Logan-Magnolia vs. West Harrison (8:00)

@ Essex:

  • Heartland Christian vs. South Page (6:30)
  • Essex vs. Riverside (8:00)

@ Orient:

  • Mormon Trail vs. Lamoni (6:30)
  • Orient-Macksburg vs. East Union (8:00)

Class 2-A First Round

@ IKM-Manning:

  • Missouri Valley vs. Kuemper Catholic (6:30)
  • OA-BCIG vs. East Sac County (8:00)

@ Treynor:

  • A-H-S-T-W vs. Clarinda (6:30)
  • Underwood vs. Red Oak (8:00)

@ Truro:

  • Southwest Valley vs. West Central Valley (6:30)
  • I-35 vs. Clarke (8:00)

Atlantic Archery Team Results

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February 16th, 2015 by Jim Field

The Atlantic High/Middle School Archery Club participated in the 4th annual Valley Archery Tournament held at Stilwell Jr. High School in Des Moines Saturday Feb 14th.

Team Places for high school-

Atlantic finished as a team in 6th place

Individual places for Atlantic Male- High School

Luke Frisbie- 271- 18th Place
Logan Russell- 266- 22nd
Taylor Kirchner- 262- 27th
Nathan Gray- 256- 34th
Tyler Petty- 255- 36th
Dawson Dreager-253- 38th
Colin Julesgaard-230- 57th
ZECHARIAH WESTPHALEN- 188- 72nd

Individual places for Atlantic Females- High School

Heather Freund – 255- 28th Place-
Alexis Schulte-246- 42nd-
Tomma Jessen-245- 43rd-
Bailey Roland- 243- 46th
Carly Westphalen-243- 48th
Kaylee Pappal- 241-50th
Mariah Stillman- 238- 51st

Atlantic Middle School Individual Shooters-

Jordan Zarbano- 272- 4th place- Middle school Medalist
Derek Dreager- 251-26th place
Dustin Dreager- 251- 27th place
Alexis Derby-223- 44th place
Clayton Jipsen-218- 83rd
Brandon Westphalen-222- 79th
CHAMILLA COLTON-200-68th
Stephen Pappal-88- 129th

For the archery season we have 4 archery members who have qualified for state – Heather Freund, Logan Russell, Taylor Kirchner, and Jordan Zarbano.  Luke Frisbee did have a qualifying score however it was late in the season and all shooting spots have been taken. So we are hoping for a spot to open up. If a spot does open he will be able to shoot.

No. 14 Iowa women cruise past Indiana 81-64

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February 16th, 2015 by Ric Hanson

IOWA CITY, Iowa (AP) — Melissa Dixon scored 15 points, including four 3-pointers, and Number 14 Iowa cruised past Indiana 81-64 Sunday. Dixon eclipsed 300 career 3-pointers (303) in the win. It was Iowa head coach Lisa Bluder’s 299th win in her 15th season with the program.

Indiana led 18-17 on Karlee McBride’s 3-pointer midway through the first half. Iowa answered with a 16-2 run — punctuated by Ally Disterhoft’s trey with 2:14 left in the frame — to put the Hawkeyes up 33-20, en route to a 35-26 lead at the break. Iowa (20-4, 11-12 Big Ten) took control early in the second. Disterhoft started a 15-4 run with a jumper and ended it with a 3-pointer that lifted the Hawkeyes to an 18-point lead.

Disterhoft finished with 13 points and has scored in double figures in 39 of her 42 career starts. Samantha Logic had 11 points and 11 assists. Jess Walter led Indiana (14-10, 4-9) with 18 points.

Northwestern beats Iowa 66-61 in OT, snaps 10-game slide

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February 15th, 2015 by Ric Hanson

EVANSTON, Ill. (AP) — Bryant McIntosh scored 18 points and Northwestern ended a 10-game losing streak with a 66-61 overtime victory over Iowa after the Hawkeyes’ Jarrod Uthoff nailed a 3 at the end of regulation on Sunday afternoon. Tre Demps scored 16 and Alex Olah had 11 points, 13 rebounds and five blocks for the Wildcats (11-14, 2-10).

Uthoff, who scored a career-high 25 points for Iowa (15-10, 6-6 Big Ten), nailed an off-balance 3 from the wing at the end of regulation even though Vic Law was all over him. But the Wildcats scored seven straight in overtime, ending their longest slide since they dropped 12 in a row in the 1999-2000 season.

No. 13 Northern Iowa hits 12 3s to beat Missouri State 68-57

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February 15th, 2015 by Ric Hanson

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. (AP) — Seth Tuttle scored 22 points and No. 13 Northern Iowa matched its season-high with 12 3-pointers to beat Missouri State 68-57 on Sunday. The Panthers (24-2, 13-1 Missouri Valley Conference) shot 57 percent from the field (16 of 28) in the first-half, including nine of 14 from 3-point range. Northern Iowa had 14 assists and led 42-20 at the half. The lead stretched to 49-23 with 17:40 to go before Missouri State made a late push.

Jeremy Morgan and Deon Mitchell added 11 points apiece in the win for the Panthers. Camyn Boone scored 14 points for Missouri State (9-17, 3-11 MVC), which lost for the 10th time in its last 11 games. The victory stretched Northern Iowa’s win streak to 13-games —the fifth-longest current streak in the nation_and pulled the Panthers even for first-place in the Missouri Valley with Wichita State.

Area State Wrestling Qualifiers

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February 15th, 2015 by Jim Field

Class 2-A State Wrestling Qualifiers (Atlantic District)

Atlantic/CAM (4)
• 106 – Kole Hansen (Champ)
• 113 – Carter Cox (Runner-up)
• 138 – Austin Williamson (Runner-up)
• 152 – Reid Nichols (Champ)

Creston/O-M (9)
• 120 – Trevor Marlin (Champ)
• 132 – Wyatt Thompson (Runner-up)
• 138 – Spencer Wray (Champ)
• 145 – Joey Huntington (Champ)
• 160 – Chase Schiltz (Champ)
• 170 – Tayler Pettit (Runner-up)
• 195 – Seth Maitlen (Champ)
• 220 – Kadon Hulett (Champ)
• 285 – Jake Gutschenritter (Champ)

Clarinda (6)
• 126 – Austin Gutknecht (Runner-up)
• 152 – Luke Strong (Runner-up)
• 170 – JJ Clark (Champ)
• 182 – Trey Stickler (Runner-up)
• 195 – Christian Lauritsen (Runner-up)
• 285 – Jared DeVoe (Runner-up)

Bedford/Lenox (2)
• 113 – Jared Hensley (Champ)
• 132 – Dusten Reed (Champ)

Red Oak (1)
• 145 – Tanner Mertz (Runner-up)

Missouri Valley (1)
• 126 – Nick Rounds (Champ)

Class 1-A State Wrestling Qualifiers (I-35 District)

Riverside (4)
• 106 – Tatem Bluml (Runner-up)
• 132 – Tucker Bluml (Runner-up)
• 138 – Jacob Vogl (Runner-up)
• 285 – Coy Maher (Runner-up)

A-H-S-T-W (2)
• 113 – Joel Becerra (Runner-up)
• 126 – Christian Danker (Runner-up)

Griswold (1)
• 120 – Hadley Ogg (Champ)

Nodaway Valley (1)
• 120 – Ben Freese (Runner-up)

Audubon (3)
• 138 – Jake Mulford (Champ)
• 145 – Brad Kerkhoff (Champ)
• 152 – Trevor Smith (Runner-up)

Exira/EHK (1)
• 182 – Evan Hansen (Champ)

Guthrie Center (2)
• 182 – Austin Laabs (Runner-up)
• 220 – Cale Crowder (Champ)

Class 1-A State Wrestling Qualifiers (Underwood District)

Logan-Magnolia (5)
• 106 – Wyatt Crocker (Champ)
• 145 – Brady Wilson (Runner-up)
• 152 – Brady Charbonneau (Runner-up)
• 170 – Riley Wohlers (Runner-up)
• 195 – Drake Johnsen (Runner-up)

Underwood (2)
• 113 – Alex Thomsen (Champ)
• 160 – Cody Kingery (Champ)

Tri-Center (1)
• 126 – Christian Polley (Runner-up)

East Mills (2)
• 132 – Alec Moorman (Runner-up)
• 152 – Josh Hopkins (Champ)

Southwest Iowa (2)
• 138 – Dakota Moss (Champ)
• 220 – Bret Blackburn (Runner-up)

Treynor (1)
• 182 – Steven Gregory (Champ)

Woodbine (1)
• 285 – Gabe Shafer (Runner-up)

Class 3-A State Wrestling Qualifiers (Sioux City District)

Lewis Central (8)
• 106 – Paxton Whiteacre (Runner-up)
• 113 – Gabriel Kjeldgaard (Runner-up)
• 120 – Kyle Kuckta (Runner-up)
• 126 – Brock Massey (Champ)
• 138 – Mac Southard (Runner-up)
• 170 – Nick Ruis (Runner-up)
• 182 – Hayden Waldstein (Runner-up)
• 195 – Chris Thomas (Champ)

Thomas Jefferson (8)
• 106 – McGwire Midkiff (Champ)
• 126 – Colton Downing (Runner-up)
• 132 – Jacob Jones (Runner-up)
• 138 – Colton Clingenpeel (Champ)
• 145 – Jason Wallace (Runner-up)
• 170 – Brendan Anderson (Champ)
• 220 – Gage Fisher (Runner-up)
• 285 – Nick Mitchell (Runner-up)

Glenwood (5)
• 113 – Trevor Anderson (Champ)
• 152 – Matt Malcom (Champ)
• 160 – Anthony Sherry (Champ)
• 195 – Zach Haggstrom (Runner-up)
• 285 – Caleb Sanders (Champ)

Saturday’s area basketball scores (from 2/14/15)

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February 15th, 2015 by Ric Hanson

BOYS BASKETBALL

  • IKM-Manning 78, South Central Calhoun 44
  • Lewis Central 57, Ralston, Neb. 48

GIRLS BASKETBALL

  • Bishop Heelan Catholic 69, CB Thomas Jefferson 22

Class 2-A Regional, 1st round scores:

  • Lawton-Bronson 72, OA-BCIG 58
  • Logan-Magnolia 64, West Monona 21
  • St. Albert 53, Missouri Valley 37
  • Woodward-Granger 39, Audubon 37
  • Nodaway Valley 68, Clarinda Academy 23
  • Southwest Valley 52, Earlham 50
  • Tri-Center 39, A-H-S-T-W 25
  • Underwood 55, Riverside 36

Class 3-A Regional quarterfinal scores:

  • Kuemper Catholic 62, Atlantic 53
  • Red Oak 65, Clarke 20
  • Shenandoah 69, Clarinda 49
  • West Central Valley 61, Greene County 60

No. 14 Iowa State beats No. 21 West Virginia 79-59

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February 15th, 2015 by Ric Hanson

AMES, Iowa (AP) — Monte Morris scored 19 points and 14th-ranked Iowa State overwhelmed Number 21 West Virginia 79-59 on Saturday to sweep the season series with the Mountaineers. Abdel Nader added 16 points off the bench for the Cyclones (18-6, 8-4 Big 12). They remain two games back of league-leading Kansas with six games to play.

Iowa State blew open a tight game with a 14-2 run to start the second half. Monte Morris, who finished a point shy of his career high, led the charge with back-to-back 3s to help the Cyclones to a 50-34 advantage. Juwan Staten had 16 points for West Virginia (19-6, 7-5), which has lost three of its last four.