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Tuesday Wrestling Results

Sports

January 25th, 2012 by Jim Field

  • Shenandoah 36, Exira/Elk Horn-Kimballton 33
  • Shenandoah 56, East Mills 18
  • Griswold 42, Shenandoah 30
  • Griswold 52, Exira/Elk Horn-Kimballton 24
  • Griswold 39, East Mills 27
  • Exira/Elk Horn-Kimballton 34, East Mills 30
  • Audubon 46, Riverside 30
  • Audubon 40, Logan-Magnolia 36

 

Tuesday Girls High School Basketball Results

Sports

January 25th, 2012 by Jim Field

Hawkeye 10:

  • Glenwood 72, Atlantic 32
  • Red Oak 47, Stanton 36
  • Shenandoah 48, Sidney 31
  • Harlan 43, Creston 41

Western Iowa:

  • Audubon 54, Riverside 27
  • A-H-S-T 34, Griswold 31
  • Missouri Valley 63, Treynor 59
  • Tri-Center 58, Underwood 42

Rolling Hills:

  • Adair-Casey 60, Ankeny Christian Academy 44
  • CAM 45, Walnut 32
  • Exira/EHK 59, Orient-Macksburg 46
  • Iowa Christian Academy 52, Glidden-Ralston 26
  • East Greene 43 ,Paton-Churdan 29

Others:

  • East Union 50, Lenox 49
  • Bedford 59, Mount Ayr 24
  • Carroll 54, A-D-Ml 38
  • Coon Rapids-Bayard 48, Guthrie Center 28
  • Abraham Lincoln 58, Sioux City North 50
  • Nodaway Valley 56, Corning 46
  • Panorama 52, Woodward-Granger 47
  • Sioux City West 66, Thomas Jefferson 29
  • Fremont-Mills 54, Essex 37
  • Lincoln Lutheran, Neb. 37, St. Albert 29
  • Charter Oak-Ute 33, Whiting 31
  • IKM-Manning 87, Logan-Magnolia 14
  • West Monona 39, Boyer Valley 37
  • Ar-We-Va 85, Woodbine 33
  • Villisca 76, Clarinda Academy 10

 

 

Texas Ends Losing Skid by Beating Iowa State 62-55

Sports

January 25th, 2012 by Ric Hanson

AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — Off to its worst Big 12 start in 14 years, Texas was desperate for a win. The Longhorns finally got one, even if they let what could have been a rout turn into a nervous finish in the final minute. Myck Kabongo scored 13 points, Julien Lewis had 12 and Texas ended a three-game losing streak with a 62-55 victory over Iowa State on Tuesday night. Texas (13-7, 3-4 Big 12) got the victory despite a bad night by leading scorer J’Covan Brown, who scored 12 on 3-of-16 shooting and compounded that with five turnovers. Brown and Kabongo made key late baskets that held off an Iowa State rally. The Cyclones trimmed an 18-point second-half deficit to 58-55 after 3-pointers by Chris Allen and Chris Babb in the final minute. Brown made two free throws with 21 seconds left, and Kabongo’s steal from Allen and fast-break layup 9 seconds later ended it. Iowa State beat Texas in the conference opener, but the Big 12′s top 3-point-shooting team struggled badly from long range in the rematch. The Cyclones average nine 3-pointers but were just 5 of 21 on Tuesday night. Royce White led Iowa State (14-6, 4-3) with 15 points, 15 rebounds and five assists but scored just four in the second half and was just 1 of 7 shooting free throws.

Tuesday Boys High School Basketball Results

Sports

January 25th, 2012 by Ric Hanson

Hawkeye 10:

  • Atlantic 55, Glenwood 40
  • Clarinda 43, Savannah, Mo. 35
  • Lewis Central 47, Denison-Schleswig 45
  • Harlan 45, Ralston, Neb. 42 (2OT)
  • Sidney 87, Shenandoah 53

Western Iowa:

  • A-H-S-T 52, Griswold 48
  • Tri-Center 64, Underwood 61
  • Riverside 63, Audubon 46
  • Treynor 80, Missouri Valley 50

Rolling Hills:

  • CAM 60, Walnut 41
  • Ankeny Christian Academy 47, Adair-Casey 45
  • Exira-EHK 49, Orient-Macksburg 39
  • Glidden-Ralston 48, Iowa Christian Academy 45
  • East Greene 81, Paton-Churdan 62

    Others:

    • A-D-M 76, Carroll 62
    • Coon Rapids-Bayard 45, Guthrie Center 43
    • East Mills 69, Nishnabotna 42
    • Nodaway Valley 78, Corning 47
    • Lenox 73, East Union 60
    • Mount Ayr 51, Bedford 35
    • Sioux City North 81, Abraham Lincoln 44
    • Sioux City West 71, Thomas Jefferson 60
    • Stanton 44, South Page 39
    • Fremont-Mills 62, Essex 30
    • Villisca 52, Clarinda Academy 51
    • Woodward-Granger 56, Panorama 54
    • St. Albert 69, Concordia, Neb. 51

     

    Audubon County Farmer Wins $2,500 for Audubon HS Wrestling Fund

    Ag/Outdoor, News, Sports

    January 24th, 2012 by Ric Hanson

    Officials with the Monsanto Seed Company said Tuesday Blane Kerkhoff, of Audubon, has been selected as a winner in the “America’s Farmers Grow Communities” contest, which gives farmers the opportunity to win $2,500 for their favorite local nonprofit organizations. The donations are available through the Monsanto Fund. Kerkhoff has designated the Audubon High School Wresting Fund to receive the award in Audubon County. Audubon Community School District Superintendent Brett Gibbs, Kerkhoff and a Monsanto representative will participate in a check presentation ceremony Saturday morning, beginning at 9:30., at the Audubon High School (800 3rd St. in Audubon).

    Farmers in 39 states and 1,245 counties were eligible to win $2,500 for their favorite community nonprofit.  America’s Farmers Grow Communities is part of a broad commitment by the Monsanto Fund to highlight the important contributions farmers make every day to society, by helping them grow their local communities.

    Nearly 60,000 farmers participated in the second annual Grow Communities program, which is designed to benefit nonprofit groups such as ag youth, schools and other civic organizations. For more information and to see a full list of winners, visit www.growcommunities.com

    Senate committee votes to override lead-shot ban

    Ag/Outdoor, News, Sports

    January 24th, 2012 by Ric Hanson

    DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — An Iowa legislative committee has voted to overturn a Natural Resources Commission rule that would have banned hunting mourning doves with lead-shot ammunition. The Senate Natural Resources committee voted 9-3 for the measure on Tuesday. The commission last year unanimously recommended lead-shot ammunition be banned. Environmental advocates say it can harm or kill animals when ingested. A legislative committee put the ban on hold, but it would take effect if lawmakers don’t reverse the rule before adjourning in a few months. If lead-shot is banned, steel-shot ammunition would still be allowed. But hunters say steel-shot doesn’t perform as well, and is inconvenient and expensive. The resolution now goes to the full Senate.

    Retired Cardinals Manager La Russa Will Lead NL All-Stars in 2012

    Sports

    January 24th, 2012 by Jim Field

    Tony La Russa, the longtime manager of the St. Louis
    Cardinals who retired following his Club’s 2011 World Series
    Championship, will serve as the manager of the National League All-Star
    Team for the 2012 Midsummer Classic at Kauffman Stadium in Kansas City,
    Commissioner Allan H. (Bud) Selig announced today.

    Commissioner Selig said: “Tony earned this opportunity
    with the remarkable run that the Cardinals completed last October, and I
    am delighted that he shared my enthusiasm about his staying in this
    role.  The All-Star Game celebrates all the best of our game, and it is
    very appropriate that we will have the chance to celebrate one of the
    greatest managerial careers of all-time as a part of our festivities.”

    La Russa will lead the N.L. All-Stars for the third time
    (previous: 2005, 2007) and it will mark his sixth Midsummer Classic
    managerial assignment, matching Joe Torre’s total and surpassed only by
    Hall of Famers Casey Stengel (10), Walter Alston (9) and Joe McCarthy
    (7).  While leading the Oakland Athletics, La Russa was the American
    League All-Star skipper from 1989-1991.  La Russa has a 3-2 record in
    his five Midsummer Classics as manager.  The remainder of La Russa’s
    N.L. coaching staff will be announced in the months ahead.

    La Russa, 67, managed 33 years in the Major Leagues, with
    the Chicago White Sox (1979-1986), the A’s (1986-1995) and the Cardinals
    (1996-2011).  His clubs won three World Series Championships and made
    six World Series overall.  The four-time BBWAA Manager of the Year won
    three National League pennants (2004, 2006, 2011) with St. Louis,
    including its National League-best 10th and 11th World Series
    Championships.

    This will mark the second time that a retired manager will
    lead an All-Star squad.  Hall of Fame manager John McGraw retired
    following the 1932 season and managed the N.L. squad in the first
    Midsummer Classic in 1933.  Two managers led an All-Star team after
    moving on to new Clubs immediately following a World Series.  Dick
    Williams was the 1974 A.L. All-Star manager after leaving the A’s for
    the California Angels following the 1973 World Series.  Dusty Baker, who
    managed the San Francisco Giants to the 2002 Fall Classic, was the 2003
    N.L. All-Star manager after joining the Chicago Cubs.

    The 2012 All-Star Game will be played at Kauffman Stadium on Tuesday,
    July 10th.  The 83rd All-Star Game will be televised nationally by FOX
    Sports.  For more information, please visit allstargame.com.

    100 Years of Boys’ State Basketball Tournaments to be Celebrated

    Sports

    January 24th, 2012 by Jim Field

    by Bud Legg, IHSAA

    Since 1912 the Iowa Boys’ State Basketball Tournament has offered the state and its fans many exciting moments. In observance of the first 100 years of the tournament, the IHSAA is using the weeks leading up to the tournament and the tournament itself to celebrate the first 100 years.

    A special logo commemorating the 100 Year Celebration of State Basketball Tournaments is posted on the basketball page of the IHSAA website. The IHSAA encourages media and schools to utilize use of the logo and the information available on the basketball page of the Association’s web site in their coverage of basketball.

    Earlier this winter, the Association assembled a blue-ribbon panel consisting of former state tournament coaches; school administrators; veteran fans (some of whom were former players and coaches); members of the media; and game officials to recall “great moments from state tournament games.” Independently they arrived at those tournament moments that still shine brightly in their memories.

    No pre-set number of moments was given to the Committee. Those that were introduced were included in the draft with some being grouped by commonalities.  With such a daunting task, the IHSAA realizes that the committee’s “great moments” were not all inclusive. Rather they are a compilation of the committee’s memories of the first 100 years, 219 championship games, and over 108,000 minutes of action. They constitute a legacy that embodies the richness of education-based interscholastic athletics. It is intended to represent a cross section of the history of the tournament and is presented in categorical and chronological order.

    The “Great Moments” can be found on the basketball page of the website. In addition a plethora of
    archived information, including every score from the 100 State Tournaments and numerous records and all-time bests can be found by clicking on the word “Archives” above the red QuikStats banner on the basketball web page.

    The IHSAA wants fans to review the “moments” which includes the facilities that have hosted the State Tournament; innovations that were used in the tournament structure, record setting coaches, fans and officials, tournament nuggets and notable firsts, and a chronology of the “state tournament highlights the committee identified.  As they read the information and highlights, they are invited to submit other state tournament moments they recall for consideration for inclusion in the list. Entries need not be from a championship game. Additions for consideration can be emailed to Bud Legg (blegg@iahsaa.org).

    Others are welcomed and invited by the Athletic Association to join in the celebration.  Media outlets, schools, and private individuals who have photos of past State Tournament games that can be used in the special tournament program, arena displays or video presentations are urged to send them to the IHSAA.  Full credit lines for photographs used will be given and all pictures will be returned. The pictures can be emailed to tlatta@iahsaa.org or mailed to the Iowa High School Athletic Association; PO Box 10; Boone, IA 50036-0010.

    As the tournament nears the IHSAA will develop posters, brief video presentations to be played before the State Tournament games, and a variety of displays and activities relating to the celebration of the first 100 years. Activities will be designed to enhance the history of the tournament but not detract from the unique experience this year’s qualifiers will have.

    8AM Sportscast 01-24-2012

    Podcasts, Sports

    January 24th, 2012 by Chris Parks

    w/ Jim Field

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    College basketball tonight (1-24-12): ISU vs. TX

    Sports

    January 24th, 2012 by Ric Hanson

    Iowa State goes for its third Big 12 road win of the season when it plays at Texas tonight at the Erwin Center in Austin, TX. The Cyclones beat the Longhorns 77-71 in the league opener. Texas is coming of a 69-66 loss to Kansas, its first home defeat this year. Iowa State is 4-2 in the Big 12 for the first time in eight years. Tip-time is 8 o’clock.