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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

Friday Girls High School Basketball Scores

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January 28th, 2012 by Chris Parks

Hawkeye 10:

  • Atlantic 48, Clarinda 34
  • Creston 45, Denison-Schleswig 33
  • Glenwood 54, Harlan 38
  • Lewis Central 69, Shenandoah 44

Western Iowa:

  • Audubon 56, Underwood 45
  • Missouri Valley 56, Riverside 46
  • Treynor 50, A-H-S-T 24
  • Tri-Center 56, Griswold 30

Rolling Hills:

  • Adair-Casey 65, Glidden-Ralston 26
  • CAM 63, Paton-Churdan 37
  • Exira/EHK 47, Iowa Christian Academy 20
  • Walnut 47, Ankeny Christian Academy 45

Others:

  • Bedford 48, Central Decatur, Leon 38
  • Corning 43, Interstate 35 39
  • Nodaway Valley 56, Wayne 46
  • Sioux City West 54, CB Abraham Lincoln 43
  • Stanton 58, East Mills 14
  • Winterset 54, Carroll 50

8AM Sportscast 01-27-2012

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January 27th, 2012 by Chris Parks

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Thursday Wrestling Results

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January 27th, 2012 by Jim Field

Double Dual @ Red Oak

  • Atlantic 69, Red Oak 6
  • Atlantic 37, Lewis Central 32
  • Lewis Central 53, Red Oak 25

Double Dual @ Coon Rapids-Bayard

  • Coon Rapids-Bayard 43, Kuemper Catholic 34
  • Kuemper Catholic 48, West Central Valley 12

Double Dual @ East Mills

  • AHST 36, East Mills 30
  • Tri-Center 66, East Mills 18

Double Dual @ Treynor

  • Treynor 44, Clarinda Academy 30
  • Griswold 54, Clarinda Academy 24
  • Griswold 48, Treynor 21

Dual @ Creighton Prep

  • Underwood 49, Creighton Prep 21

Double Dual @ Greenfield

  • Nodaway Valley 45, Southeast Warren 30
  • Corning 44, Nodaway Valley 36
  • Southeast Warren 48, Corning 36

Thursday High School Basketball Results

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January 27th, 2012 by Ric Hanson

BOYS BASKETBALL
  • Audubon 71, Villisca 46
  • Red Oak 63, Tri-Center 46
  • Walnut 56, Diagonal 36
GIRLS BASKETBALL
  • Audubon 45, Villisca 44
  • Tri-Center 41, Red Oak 37
  • Sioux City Heelan 84, Kuemper Catholic 82
  • Underwood 56, CB Thomas Jefferson 19
  • Walnut 29, Diagonal 22
  • Ridge View 60, Logan-Magnolia 17
  • IKM-Manning 74, West Monona 42
  • Ar-We-Va 60, Charter Oak-Ute 38

Nebraska Uses Long Ball to Beat Iowa 79-73

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January 27th, 2012 by Ric Hanson

IOWA CITY, Iowa (AP) — Nebraska senior guard Brandon Richardson insists he’s much happier with assists than buckets. When the Huskers needed Richardson to be more selfish, he responded with the best offensive game of his career. Richardson scored a season-high 25 points on 6 of 7 shooting from 3-point range and Nebraska rallied to beat Iowa 79-73 Thursday night for the program’s first Big Ten road win. Bo Spencer added 16 for the Huskers (11-9, 3-6 Big Ten), who bounced back from an ugly loss to Ohio State with their third win in five games. Nebraska used a late 14-4 run to take a 70-65 lead with just under three minutes left. Three-pointers from Matt Gatens and Eric May brought the Hawkeyes within two, but Toney McCray hit two free throws with 27 seconds left and Iowa couldn’t answer against Nebraska’s defense, which made a late but effective switch to zone. The Hawkeyes allowed Nebraska to score 48 points in the second half, an ugly number given that the Huskers entered play averaging just 60.7 points a night. Zach McCabe matched a career high with 20 points for the Hawkeyes (11-10, 3-5), who led by as much as 11 in the first half. It was the first meeting in 36 years between the border-state schools, who will now see each other at least once a season. Iowa will always remember the reunion as the one it let get away.

 

Hooper Leads No. 19 Nebraska Women Over Iowa 60-53

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January 27th, 2012 by Ric Hanson

LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) — Nebraska had another bad shooting night — and another good outcome. Jordan Hooper recorded her Big Ten-leading ninth double-double with 22 points and 15 rebounds, and the No. 19 Cornhuskers held off Iowa’s late comeback attempt for a 60-53 victory Thursday night. The Huskers posted season lows with their 32.1-percent shooting overall and 20-percent efficiency from 3-point range. But Iowa was even worse — 31 percent overall, 29 percent on 3s — and the Huskers had Hooper playing at her best. The Huskers have managed to win seven times this season when shooting under 40 percent. Lindsey Moore added 15 points for the Huskers (17-3, 6-2), who remain two games behind first-place Purdue in the conference race and one game back of Ohio State.Jaime Printy had 17 points, Kamille Wahlin 11 and Samantha Logic 10 for the Hawkeyes (11-10, 3-5). The Hawkeyes shot just 21 percent and committed 13 of their 20 turnovers in the first half. The Huskers struggled against Iowa’s zone defense in the second half, missing 10 shots in a row and turning the ball over five times during their 11-minute field-goal drought.

 

2011-2012 NINTH Iowa Girls High School Basketball Rankings

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January 26th, 2012 by Jim Field

Class 1-A
School
Record
LW
1
North Mahaska
16-0
1
2
Bedford
16-0
2
3
North Butler
13-1
3
4
West Sioux
15-0
4
5
Lynnville-Sully
16-2
5
6
Ar-We-Va
13-2
6
7
LeMars Gehlen Catholic
13-2
7
8
Central Lyon
15-2
8
9
Newell-Fonda
12-5
9
10
North Tama
14-2
11
11
Burlington Notre Dame
14-2
12
12
Marcus-Meriden-Cleghorn
15-3
NR
13
Boyden-Hull
12-5
13
14
Adair-Casey
15-2
14
15
Villisca
14-2
10
Dropped Out: Exira/EHK (15)
Class 2-A
School
Record
LW
1
OA-BCIG
18-0
1
2
Estherville-Lincoln Central
17-1
2
3
IKM-Manning
16-1
3
4
West Hancock
15-0
4
5
Fort Dodge St. Edmond
15-0
5
6
Mediapolis
16-0
6
7
Kuemper Catholic
14-3
9
8
Western Christian
14-3
8
9
Lawton-Bronson
14-3
10
10
Pella Christian
13-2
11
11
Panorama
15-1
12
12
Maquoketa Valley
17-0
13
13
Van Buren
16-1
14
14
Sumner-Fredericksburg
16-0
NR
15
Gilbert
16-2
7
Dropped Out: None
Class 3-A
School
Record
LW
1
Benton Community
15-0
1
2
Davenport Assumption
14-1
2
3
MOC-Floyd Valley
16-0
3
4
Sioux City Bishop Heelan
14-0
4
5
Glenwood
14-1
5
6
South Tama
15-1
6
7
Dubuque Wahlert
11-4
7
8
Sergeant Bluff-Luton
11-4
10
9
Williamsburg
14-3
11
10
Bondurant-Farrar
15-1
8
11
Union
12-2
9
12
Spirit Lake
13-3
13
13
Waverly-Shell Rock
11-4
14
14
Denison-Schleswig
11-5
14
15
Marion
11-4
12
Dropped Out: None
Class 4-A
School
Record
LW
1
Iowa City West
14-0
1
2
Southeast Polk
16-1
2
3
Mason City
13-1
3
4
Ankeny
14-2
4
5
Cedar Rapids Xavier
12-4
9
6
Iowa City High
13-4
10
7
Cedar Rapids Washington
9-5
5
8
Ames
12-4
6
9
Waukee
11-5
7
10
Cedar Rapids Prairie
11-4
8
11
Lewis Central
13-1
11
12
Dowling Catholic
11-5
12
13
Muscatine
13-3
15
14
Cedar Rapids Kennedy
8-6
NR
15
Des Moines East
12-4
NR

Dropped Out: Cedar Falls (13), Waterloo West (14)

8AM Sportscast 01-26-2012

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January 26th, 2012 by Chris Parks

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Iowa Prepares for Nebraska

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January 26th, 2012 by Ric Hanson

The Iowa Hawkeyes return from lengthy layoff tonight (Thursday),  when they host Nebraska. The Hawks are 3-4 in the Big Ten and have not played since a January 17th loss at Purdue. Iowa coach Fran McCaffery says the Huskers are much better than their 2-6 league record. McCaffery says the Huskers are healthier right now and playing better. Iowa is 11-9 overall. Pre-game coverage begins at 5, with the tip-off at 6-p.m. here on KJAN.