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8AM Sportscast 03-06-2013

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March 6th, 2013 by Chris Parks

w/ Jim Field

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HSBB: 2A State 1st Round: Nodaway Valley vs. Kuemper Catholic 03-05-2013

Podcasts, Sports

March 6th, 2013 by Chris Parks

Jim Field and Chris Parks have the call of the game played at Wells Fargo Arena in Des Moines.

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Hawkeye 10 All-Conference Girls Basketball

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March 6th, 2013 by Jim Field

First Team: (* unanimous)

  • Aubrey Norville (Lewis Central, SR)*
  • Jess Schaben (Harlan, SO)*
  • Lexi Albrecht (Kuemper Catholic, SR)*
  • Grace Newman (Glenwood, SR)*
  • Chelsey Van Ness (Denison, SR)*
  • Serena Parker (Shenandoah, SO)*
  • Kate Walker (Red Oak, SO)
  • Jenny Bair (Clarinda, JR)*

Second Team:

  • Paige Beacom (Lewis Central, FR)
  • Natalie Madsen (Lewis Central, SR)
  • Josie Esser (Harlan, SR)
  • Taylor Wagner (Harlan, SO)
  • Bailey Starner (Glenwood, JR)
  • Rachel Koch (Denison, JR)
  • Sydney Nielsen (Shenandoah, SO)
  • Blake Bergren (Red Oak, JR)

Honorable Mention:

  • Kye Madsen (Lewsi Central, FR)
  • Liz Riessen (Harlan, SR)
  • Hannah Dentlinger (Kuemper Catholic, JR)
  • Maria Dentlinger (Kuemper Catholic, SO)
  • Emily Blum (Glenwood, SR)
  • Alyssa Rihner (Denison, SR)
  • Breanna Allely (Shenandoah, SR)
  • Brianna Matlen (Creston, SR)
  • Ellie Shane (Clarinda, SR)
  • Mackenzie Holmer (Atlantic, SR)
  • Shelby Worth (Atlantic, SR)

Western Iowa Conference Basketball All-Conference

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March 6th, 2013 by Jim Field

2012-13 Western Iowa All-Conference Girls Basketball Team
First Team:
  • Susie Bylund (Jr., Audubon)
  • Tracy Purdy (Jr., Treynor)
  • Kaylee Grote (Jr., Tri-Center)
  • Kayli Christensen (Soph., Treynor)
  • Jordyn Sindt (Sr., Griswold)
  • Danika Grobe (Soph., AHST)
Second Team:
  • Taylor Gardner (Sr., Missouri Valley)
  • Emily Baatz (Sr., Tri-Center)
  • Sheyenne Smith (Soph., Riverside)
  • Rachelle Housh (Jr., Missouri Valley)
  • Emily Nelsen (Sr., Audubon)
  • Nikki Paulson (Jr., Tri-Center)
Honorable Mention:
  • Allison Waters (Jr., AHST)
  • Hailey Hellstrom (Sr., Missouri Valley)
  • Shelby Sullivan (Sr., Tri-Center)
  • Kyra Obermeier (Sr., Audubon)
  • Rachel Faga (Sr., Riverside)
  • Casey Peters (Sr., AHST)
  • Marissa Haubrich (Sr., Audubon)
  • Marquel Brunk (Jr., Griswold)
  • Baily Janssen (Soph., Missouri Valley)
  • Dani Turner (Sr., Riverside)
  • Lexis Rogers (Sr., Treynor)
  • Haley Larsen (Sr., Tri-Center)
  • Lea Crouse (Jr., Underwood)
2012-13 Western Iowa All-Conference Boys Basketball Team
First Team:
  • Ricky Williams (Sr., Riverside)
  • Britton Barrier (Sr., Tri-Center)
  • Alec Sorensen (Sr., Treynor)
  • Austin Konsor (Jr., Underwood)
  • Devin Bates (Sr., Griswold)
  • Brady Ryun (Jr., Riverside)
Second Team:
  • Michael West (Sr., Missouri Valley)
  • Ryan Spiegel (Sr., Underwood)
  • Christian Way (Sr., Tri-Center)
  • Ed Talbott (Sr., Treynor)
  • Ean Patrick (Sr., Riverside)
  • Lee Whyte (Soph., AHST)
Honorable Mention:
  • Jacob Flathers (Soph., Treynor)
  • Andy Hoffmann (Sr., Audubon)
  • Drew Young (Jr., AHST)
  • Nick Paulsen (Jr., Treynor)
  • Tyler Robinson (Sr., AHST)
  • Mitchell Nelsen (Fr., Audubon)
  • Tyrel Peters (Jr., Griswold)
  • Ryan Gochenour (Sr., Missouri Valley)
  • Malachi Dillon (Jr., Riverside)
  • Trey Robinson (Soph., Treynor)
  • Marty Dollen (Sr., Tri-Center)
  • Jake Starnes (Jr., Underwood)
 2012-13 WIC All-Academic Team
(Must be a Senior, Maintain a 3.25 cumulative grade point average)
Girls Basketball:
  • AHST: Kaelly Welsh, Casey Peters
  • Audubon: Emily Nelsen, Marissa Haubrich
  • Griswold: Jordyn Sindt, Serena Robinette
  • Missouri Valley: Taylor Gardner, Hailey Hellstrom
  • Riverside: Rachel Faga, Dani Turner
  • Treynor: Lexis Rogers, Chelsea Cooper, Paige Volkens, Emma Fiene
  • Tri-Center: Alex Larsen, Emily Baatz, Haley Larsen, Katie Carroll, Shelby Sullivan
  • Underwood: Chelsie Hardesty.
Boys Basketball:
  • Audubon: Andy Hoffman
  • Griswold: Collin Fast, Devin Bates
  • Missouri Valley: Sam Schmitz, Caleb Wilson, Luke Allmon, Ryan Gochenour, Michael West, Spencer Hember
  • Riverside: Rick Williams, Ean Patrick
  • Treynor: Ryan Hempel, Alec Sorensen, Ryan Carley
  • Tri-Center: Britton Barrier, Christian Way, Marty Dollen
  • Underwood: Brady Johnson, Ryan Spiegel.
Wrestling:
  • AHST: Jake Larson
  • Audubon: Kolton Jensen
  • Griswold: Josh Matheny, Xavier Olivio, Tanner Potter, Zach Vance, Mason Anstey
  • Missouri Valley: John Wohlers, Brett Marcum
  • Riverside: Clay Harris
  • Treynor: Andrew Hovenga
  • Tri-Center: Darrian Irlbeck, Jon Reed, Ethan White, Trevor Lyons, Taylor Nelson
  • Underwood: Taylor Curtis.

Marble leads Iowa past Illinois for 63-55 victory

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March 6th, 2013 by Ric Hanson

IOWA CITY, Iowa (AP) – Devyn Marble scored 21 points and Iowa beat Illinois 63-55 on Tuesday night for its fifth win in seven games. Josh Oglesby added 10 for the surging Hawkeyes (19-11, 8-9 Big Ten). They tied a school record with 12 blocked shots, including six from Gabe Olaseni off the bench.

Oglesby buried back-to-back 3-pointers to turn a two-point lead into a 54-46 cushion with 3:19 left. D.J. Richardson then missed a dunk and Marble followed with a three-point play that put Iowa ahead by 11 with 1:39 to go.

Brandon Paul had 18 points to lead Illinois (21-10, 8-9), which lost for just the second time in eight games. The Illini shot just 28.6 percent from the field.

Chiefs restructure contract of lineman Jackson

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March 6th, 2013 by Ric Hanson

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — The Kansas City Chiefs have restructured the contract of defensive end Tyson Jackson, freeing up space under the salary cap as free agency approaches. Jackson has become a valuable part of the defensive line, but not the star the Chiefs hoped when they selected him third overall in the 2009 draft. Partly as a result of that high selection, Jackson would have made $14.72 million and counted $17.5 million toward the cap this season.

The details of his restructured deal were not available, but it should leave more flexibility for new Chiefs general manager John Dorsey and coach Andy Reid to pursue free agents. Dorsey and Reid have been busy the past couple weeks, trading with the 49ers for quarterback Alex Smith, signing wide receiver Dwayne Bowe and punter Dustin Colquitt to five-year deals, and putting the franchise tag on left tackle Branden Albert to keep him in Kansas City.

Cardinals SS Furcal to gets 2nd opinion on elbow

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March 6th, 2013 by Ric Hanson

JUPITER, Fla. (AP) — St. Louis Cardinals shortstop Rafael Furcal is getting a second opinion on his ailing elbow. General manager John Mozeliak said Furcal would be examined Wednesday by Dr. James Andrews. The 35-year-old Furcal is out indefinitely after reinjuring the elbow he hurt late last season. Furcal and the team elected to try rehab rather than reconstructive surgery in the offseason. The Cardinals also have Pete Kozma, who stepped in last fall as a rookie, and offseason pickup Ronny Cedeno at shortstop.

UNI’s Sinkfield helps draft stock with fast 40s

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March 6th, 2013 by Ric Hanson

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Former Northern Iowa wide receiver Terrell Sinkfield was not invited to the NFL scouting combine. He’s doing his best to make himself attractive for the upcoming draft, however. Sinkfield was invited to Minnesota’s pro prospect workouts on Monday, with several other prospects from the region. He said he was told his fastest 40-yard dash was an astounding 4.19 seconds. His other times were 4.27 and 4.44, when he tripped during the run.

Times can vary from source to source, and Vikings director of college scouting Scott Studwell told the St. Paul Pioneer Press he didn’t clock Sinkfield with any sub-4.3 times. But Studwell said he thought Sinkfield “tested well.” Even Sinkfield’s cumulative time of 4.33 seconds would give him elite speed. The 6-foot-1 Sinkfield went to Hopkins High School, a Minneapolis suburb.

Iowa Boys State Basketball Schedule

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March 6th, 2013 by Ric Hanson

At Wells Fargo Arena in Des Moines
Wed, March 6th 2013 –
Class 4-A Quarterfinals
1:05-p.m. #4 Sioux City North (21-2) vs. #5 Cedar Falls (19-4)
2:45-p.m. #1 Bettendorf (23-0) vs. #8 Urbandale (17-6)
6:35-p.m. #3 Dubuque Senior (22-1) vs. #6 Des Moines Roosevelt (18-5)
8:15-p.m. #2 Iowa City West (23-0) vs. #7 Dowling Catholic (18-5)

(Both Class 4-A semi-finals take place on Friday, March 8th)

Semi-finals – Thursday, March 7th
Class 1-A
10:30-a.m. Danville vs. Storm Lake St. Mary’s
12:15-p.m. Boyden-Hull vs.North Tama

The 1-A Championship game is at 6:05-p.m. Friday, March 8th

Class 2-A
2:00-p.m. West Fork vs. M-F-L/MarMac
3:45-p.m. Kuemper Catholic vs. Sheldon

The 2-A Championship game is at 8:05-p.m. Friday, March 8th

Class 3-A
6:35-p.m. Harlan vs. MOC/Floyd Valley
8:15-p.m. Davenport Assumption vs. Mt. Pleasant

The 3-A Championship game begins at 6:05-p.m. Saturday, March 9th

Tuesday’s Iowa Boys State Basketball Scores

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March 6th, 2013 by Ric Hanson

2-A State Tournament
First Round
  • Sheldon 63, Pella Christian 57
  • Kuemper Catholic 61, Nodaway Valley 54

Sam Brincks scored 24 points and Kuemper Catholic used a big rebounding advantage to post a 61-54 victory over Fourth ranked Nodaway Valley in a class 2A quarterfinal round game. Kuemper took the lead for good by outscoring the Wolverines 21-11 in the third quarter and then held off a fourth quarter rally to avenge a 64-60 loss to Nodaway Valley in their regular season finale.The Knights owned a 37-27 rebounding advantage in part due to foul trouble to Nodaway Valley center Alex Welsch. The six-foot, seven senior still finished with 16 points and 12 rebounds. Nodaway Valley ends the season with a record of 23-2.

3-A State Tournament
First Round
  • Davenport Assumption 55, Dallas Center-Grimes 45
  • MOC-Floyd Valley 52, Grinnell 44
  • Waverly-Shell Rock 54, Mount Pleasant 49 (OT)
  • Harlan 67, Vinton-Shellsburg 56

Harlan outscored top ranked Vinton-Shellsburg 10-0 to start the third quarter as the Cyclones raced away to a 67-56 victory in a class 3-A quarterfinal round game. Adam Juhl led the Cyclones with 17 points. Maxton Kearns led Vinton-Shellsburg with 19 points. The Vikings suffered their first loss of the season and close it out with a record of 24-1.