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Iowa Prep Football Poll: Sept. 30th, 2013

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September 30th, 2013 by Ric Hanson

The Top Ten teams in the Associated Press Iowa high school football polls of the 2010 season with first-place votes in parentheses and won-loss record, total points and position last week at right:

Class 4-A

  1. West Des Moines Dowling (8) 5-0 133 1
  2. Cedar Rapids Xavier (6) 5-0 130 2
  3. Iowa City West 5-0 103 3
  4. Pleasant Valley 5-0 97 4
  5. Ames 5-0 88 5
  6. Urbandale 4-1 68 6
  7. Waukee 4-1 52 7
  8. Sioux City East 4-1 29 9
  9. Bettendorf 4-1 19 10
  10. Davenport Assumption 4-1 14 NR

Others receiving votes: 11, West Des Moines Valley 11. 12, Iowa City High 10. 13, Cedar Falls 9. 14, Southeast Polk 7.

Class 3-A

  1. Sioux City Heelan (13) 5-0 139 1
  2. Decorah 5-0 115 3
  3. Spencer (1) 5-0 113 2
  4. Pella 5-0 89 4
  5. Clear Lake 5-0 81 5
  6. Carroll 4-1 59 7
  7. Harlan 4-1 46 8
  8. Webster City 5-0 41 10
  9. Williamsburg 4-1 31 9
  10. Boone 5-0 25 NR

Others receiving votes: 11, Washington 13. 12, Humboldt 9. 13, Grinnell 4. 14, Solon 3. 15, Dallas Center-Grimes 2.

Class 2-A

  1. Kuemper Catholic (10) 5-0 136 1
  2. Waukon (4) 5-0 128 2
  3. West Marshall 5-0 109 4
  4. Albia 5-0 83 6
  5. Mediapolis 5-0 77 7
  6. Boyden-Hull-RV 4-1 74 10
  7. New Hampton 5-0 69 8
  8. Central Lyon-GLR 4-1 34 NR
  9. Spirit Lake 4-1 32 3
  10. Cascade 4-1 9 NR

Others receiving votes: 11, Union, La Porte City 6. 12, Garner-Hayfield/Ventura 5. 13, Hampton-Dumont 3. 13, Wellman Mid-Prairie 3. 15, Alleman North Polk 2.

Class 1-A

  1. Iowa City Regina (13) 5-0 139 1
  2. CB St. Albert 5-0 115 2
  3. South Winneshiek (1) 5-0 95 3
  4. Dike-New Hartford 5-0 90 4
  5. Wilton 5-0 80 5
  6. North Fayette 5-0 62 7
  7. Mount Ayr 5-0 57 6
  8. Fort Dodge St. Edmond 5-0 49 10
  9. Maquoketa Valley 5-0 39 8
  10. Van Meter 5-0 30 9

Others receiving votes: 11, Bellevue 8. 12, Stanwood North Cedar 5. 13, St. Ansgar 1.

Class A

  1. West Lyon (10) 5-0 135 1
  2. BGM (2) 5-0 121 3
  3. Wapsie Valley (2) 5-0 120 2
  4. AGWSR 6-0 93 4
  5. A-H-S-T 5-0 85 5
  6. Montezuma 5-0 74 6
  7. Lawton-Bronson 4-1 51 8
  8. Pekin 4-1 35 10
  9. East Mills 4-1 15 7
  10. Hinton 3-2 9 NR

Others receiving votes: 11, Algona Garrigan 8. 12, Gladbrook-Reinbeck 7. 13, Lisbon 6. 13, Belmond-Klemme 6. 15, Griswold 2. 16, Grundy Center 1. 16, Garwin GMG 1. 16, Logan-Magnolia 1.

Class 8-Man

  1. Exira/Elk Horn-Kimballton (8) 5-0 129 2
  2. Don Bosco (5) 6-0 128 1
  3. Newell-Fonda (1) 5-0 99 3
  4. Adair-Casey 6-0 89 5
  5. West Bend-Mallard 6-0 88 4
  6. Springville 6-0 76 6
  7. Coon Rapids-Bayard 6-0 56 9
  8. River Valley 5-0 44 8
  9. Sidney 5-0 30 10
  10. Janesville 4-1 15 NR

Others receiving votes: 11, Marcus MMC 7. 12, HLV, Victor 6. 13, Glidden-Ralston 3.

ISU RB Wimberly Earns Big 12 Weekly Honor

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September 30th, 2013 by Jim Field

Wimberly, Aaron2IRVING, Texas- Iowa State running back Aaron Wimberly was named the Big 12’s Co-Offensive Football Player of the Week, announced today by the Big 12 office.

A junior from Snellville, Ga., Wimberly was instrumental in Iowa State’s 38-21 victory over Tulsa Thursday night. Wimberly set career highs in carries (19) and rushing yards (137) in the win, averaging 7.2 yards per carry.

Wimberly’s first-quarter 35-yard dash, the longest rush of the season for the Cyclones, set up ISU’s first score. He also had one catch for 31 yards and returned his only kickoff in the game for 32 yards to give him 200 all-purpose yards.

Wimberly is the first Cyclone running back to rush for over 100 yards in a game since the season-opener vs. Tulsa in 2012 and the first Cyclone to amass 200 all-purpose yards since 2010. He has yet to have a tackle for loss in 29 carries this season.

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Harlan Cross Country Meet Results

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September 30th, 2013 by Jim Field

Girls Team Scoring:

  1. Harlan  70
  2. Griswold  72
  3. Lewis Central  100
  4. Abraham Lincoln  128
  5. Atlantic  150
  6. St. Albert  178
  7. Glenwood  182
  8. Red Oak  209
  9. Denison  221
  10. Treynor  224
  11. Thomas Jefferson  240
  12. Woodbine  248
  13. Adair-Casey  304

Griswold’s Rebekah Topham was the champion, followed by Tiffany Williams of Atlantic.  Alyx Flippin of Griswold placed fifth.  Click the link below to see the entire results.

Harlan 2013 Varsity Girls Race

Boys Team Scoring:

  1. Thomas Jefferson  43
  2. Harlan  48
  3. Glenwood 91
  4. St. Albert  115
  5. Denison  160
  6. Riverside  185
  7. Abraham Lincoln  189
  8. Red Oak  192
  9. Lewis Central  204
  10. Atlantic  231
  11. Griswold  317
  12. Treynor  323

Chris Brace of Harlan was the champion.  Riverside’s Tim Brink was 14th and Josiah Williams led Atlantic finishing 28th.  Click the link below to the the entire results.

Harlan 2013 Varsity Boys Race

Saturday Volleyball Results

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September 30th, 2013 by Jim Field

Nevada Tournament

(2-1) Atlantic 22-25-18, PCM 25-21-16

(2-0) Atlantic 21-21, Madrid 19-10

(2-0) Dallas Center-Grimes 21-21 Atlantic 12-14

(2-0) Carlisle 25-25, Atlantic 11-19

(2-0) Newton 21-21, Atlantic 19-11

 

Sidney Border Classic Tournament 

Pool A

(2-0) Sidney 21-21, Clarinda Academy 10-5

(2-0) Tarkio 21-21, Riverside 17-16

(2-0) Riverside 21-22, Sidney 19-20

(2-0) Tarkio 21-21, Clarinda Academy 13-12

(2-0) Riverside 21-21, Clarinda Academy 2-3

(2-1) Tarkio 22-16-18, Sidney 20-21-16

Pool B

(2-0) Griswold 21-21, Nishnabotna 15-10

(2-0) Thomas Jefferson 21-21, Heartland Christian 12-12

(2-1) Thomas Jefferson 11-21-15, Nishnabotna 21-18-6

(2-0) Griswold 23-21, Heartland Christian 21-17

(2-0) Thomas Jefferson 21-21, Griswold 17-16

(2-0) Nishnabotna 21-21, Heartland Christian 17-17

Championship

(2-1) Thomas Jefferson 21-18-15, Tarkio 10-21-6

 

Bedford Tournament

(2-1) Bedford 21-15-15, East Union 18-21-4

(2-1) East Union 21-11-15, East Mills 15-21-7

(2-1) East Union 21-21-15, Lamoni 23-17-13

(2-0) East Union 22-21, Mount Ayr 20-15

(2-1) Stanton 21-19-15, East Mills 18-21-4

(2-0) Stanton 21-21, Bedford 17-14

(2-0) Stanton 21-21, East Union 18-11

(2-0) Stanton 21-21, Lamoni 17-11

(2-0) Stanton 21-21, Mount Ayr 14-9

 

Southwest Valley Tournament

(2-0) Exira/EHK 21-21, CAM 15-16

(2-0) Exira/EHK 21-21, Lenox 11-13

(2-0) Exira/EHK 23-21, Nodaway Valley 21-14

(2-1) Lenox 22-21-15, CAM 24-7-9

(2-1) Nodaway Valley 21-15-15, Exira/EHK 14-21-8

(2-0) Nodaway Valley 21-21, CAM 19-14

(2-0) Nodaway Valley 21-21, Lenox 18-8

(2-0) Southwest Valley 21-21, Exira/EHK 12-17

(2-0) Southwest Valley 21-21, Exira/EHK 17-12

(2-0) Southwest Valley 21-21, Lenox 12-18

(2-0) Southwest Valley 21-21, Lenox 6-7

(2-0) Southwest Valley 21-21, Nodaway Valley 18-14

KC Chiefs football News

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September 30th, 2013 by Ric Hanson

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — Kansas City punter Dustin Colquitt was injured when the New York Giants’ Damontre Moore crashed into him while tipping a punt in the first period Sunday. The Chiefs said Colquitt might not punt again during the game, but that Colquitt would probably hold on placekicks. He did so after Kansas City scored a touchdown in the second quarter.

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KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — Cornerback Brandon Flowers, Kansas City’s leader in the secondary, was out of Sunday’s game against the New York Giants. Slowed all week by a knee injury but hoping to be ready, Flowers was declared inactive Sunday. The Giants’ ravaged line was without center David Baas and guard Chris Snee. Stepping in for Bass and making his first start at center was Jim Cordle. Also out for the Chiefs were starting left guard Jeff Allen and starting tight end Anthony Fasano. In addition, backup tight end Travis Kelce was inactive.

Cardinals clinch home field in NL postseason

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September 29th, 2013 by Ric Hanson

ST. LOUIS (AP) — Matt Carpenter and the St. Louis Cardinals clinched home-field advantage throughout the National League playoffs when they beat the Chicago Cubs 4-0 Sunday for their sixth straight win. With the top seed, the NL Central champions will host the wild-card winner in Game 1 of a NL division series on Thursday.

Joe Kelly (10-5) pitched 5 1-3 innings of three-hit ball in relief of Jake Westbrook as the Cardinals matched a season high winning streak to finish 97-65, their most since reaching 100 in 2005. St. Louis also won six straight from April 30-May 5. Jon Jay, Daniel Descalso, Shane Robinson and Tony Cruz drove in runs for St. Louis.

The Cubs finish last in the Central at 66-96.

Chiefs remain unbeaten, drop Giants to 0-4, 24-7

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September 29th, 2013 by Ric Hanson

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — Alex Smith threw three touchdown passes, Dexter McCluster returned a punt 89 yards for another score and the unbeaten Kansas City Chiefs plunged the New York Giants to 0-4 with a 24-7 victory on Sunday. Smith hit touchdown passes of 4, 2 and 35 yards for the Chiefs (4-0), who under Andy Reid have already doubled their victory total of 2012. They are the second team to go from a two-win season to 4-0 the next year.

The Giants, who trailed only 17-7 after three quarters, are 0-4 for the first time since 1987. Eli Manning connected with Victor Cruz on a 69-yard scoring play for New York’s only score. The Kansas City defense sacked Manning three times. Smith was intercepted twice, the first giveaways by the Chiefs, who also lost a fumble.

Nebraska home game vs Illinois will start at 11 am

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September 29th, 2013 by Ric Hanson

LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) — Nebraska home football game against Illinois will start at 11 a.m. on Saturday. The Big Ten Conference announced the game time on Sunday. ESPNU will air the game. The 3-1 Nebraska is coming off a bye week into the game against 3-1 Illinois to start Big Ten play.

Throughout the rest of the season, most of Nebraska’s game times and TV broadcasts will be announced either six or 12 days ahead of the game.

The Nov. 29 game against Iowa starts at 11 a.m.

UNI Rolls Past McNese State

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September 29th, 2013 by Chris Parks

CEDAR FALLS, Iowa — Sawyer Kollmorgen passed for 288 yards and three touchdowns, and rushed for 30 yards and another touchdown, to lead Northern Iowa over McNeese State 41-6 Saturday.

Northern Iowa (4-0) dominated from start to finish, limiting McNeese State (4-1) to just 280 total yards and recovered three fumbles.

Kollmorgen opened the scoring with a 32-yard touchdown to David Johnson as the Panthers built a 17-0 halftime lead. Northern Iowa stretched the lead on the first series of the second half, as Kollmorgen hit Chad Owens for a 25-yard touchdown less than two minutes into the half.

McNeese State finally scored later in the third quarter as Cody Stroud completed a six-yard touchdown pass to Marcus Wiltz, but a two-point conversion failed.

Kollmorgen then converted a Cowboys fumble into a one-yard scoring run late in the third and Northern Iowa added two more TDs in the fourth quarter to complete the romp.