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HSFB: CAM @ Adair-Casey 10-31-2011

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November 1st, 2011 by Chris Parks

2nd Round Playoff game played on Monday, October 31st.  Jim Field and Chris Parks have the call.  Updates of Exira-EHK vs. Bedford are also included in the broadcast from Brett Johnson.

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HS Football Playoff Quarter-Final Pairings

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November 1st, 2011 by Jim Field

Friday, November 4 (7:00 pm)

8-Man:

  • Murray (10-1) @ Adair-Casey (9-2) – Live on KJAN & KJAN.com (6:15 pm pre-game)
  • Fremont-Mills (10-0) @ East Mills (10-1)
  • Armstrong-Ringsted (11-0) @ West Bend-Mallard (10-1)
  • Clarksville (11-1) @ Janesville (9-2)

Class A:

  • Madrid (9-2) @ Bedford (9-2)
  • Gehlen Catholic (10-1) @ West Hancock (10-1)
  • Postville (10-1) @ Newman Catholic (10-1)
  • Lisbon (11-0) @ Lone Tree (10-1)

Class 4-A:

  • Dowling Caholic (9-2) @ West Des Moines Valley (11-0)
  • Southeast Polk (10-1) @ Ankeny (10-1)
  • Bettendorf (10-1) @ Iowa City West (9-2)
  • Cedar Falls (10-1) @ Cedar Rapids Washington (8-3)

Monday, November 7 (7:00 pm)

Class 1-A:

  • St. Albert (11-0) @ Logan-Magnolia (10-1)
  • West Lyon (9-2) @ Emmetsburg (11-0)
  • Aplington-Parkersburg (10-1) @ Saint Ansgar (9-2)
  • Alburnett (11-0) @ West Branch (9-2)

Class 2-A:

  • Spirit Lake (11-0) @ Kuemper Catholic (10-1)
  • West Marshall (11-0) @ PCM (11-0)
  • @ UNI-Dome:  Clarion-Goldfield (7-4) vs. Dyersville Beckman (10-1)
  • Iowa City Regina (11-0) @ Mediapolis (11-0)

Class 3-A:

  • Boyden-Hull/Rock Valley (11-0) @ Harlan (8-3)
  • West Delaware (10-1) @ Decorah (9-2)
  • Maquoketa (10-1) @ Union (9-2)
  • Pella (10-1) @ ADM (11-0)

 

Tuesday Regional Volleyball Finals

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November 1st, 2011 by Ric Hanson

(All matches start at 7:00 pm)

CLASS 2-A:

  • @ Ames:  Kuemper Catholic vs. Gilbert
  • @ Stuart:  Pella Christian vs. St. Albert

CLASS 1-A:

  • @ Red Oak:  Corning vs. Stanton
  • @ Adel:  Coon Rapids-Bayard vs. Earlham

Second Round HS Football Playoff Results

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November 1st, 2011 by Ric Hanson

8-MAN:

  • Adair-Casey 58, CAM 32
  • Murray 58, Lenox 0
  • East Mills 42, Glidden-Ralston 36
  • Fremont-Mills 66, Stanton 30

CLASS A:

  • Bedford 26, Exira-EHK 17
  • Madrid 60, Earlham 29

CLASS 3-A:

  • Harlan 28, Spencer 24
  • Boyden-Hull/Rock Valley 28, Carroll 21

CLASS 2-A:

  • Kuemper-Catholic 20, Central Lyon/George-Little Rock 7
  • Spirit Lake 42, S. Central Calhoun 7

CLASS 1-A:

  • Logan-Magnolia 31, Panorama 12
  • St. Albert 31, Des Moines Christian 3

 

Iowa State Looks to Build From Stunning Upset

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October 31st, 2011 by Jim Field

AMES, Iowa (AP) – Iowa State, a double-digit underdog to a Texas Tech team fresh off perhaps the most stunning upset in the country in 2011, crushed the Red Raiders 41-7 on Saturday night. It was by far the biggest win over a ranked team in school history.  Iowa State (4-4, 1-4 Big 12) hadn’t been within two touchdowns of any conference opponent all season, yet had no trouble against a team that had won at Oklahoma just a week earlier. The Cyclones offense found its rhythm early under new quarterback Jared Barnett and their defense stifled Texas Tech’s high-powered passing attack.  The trick, of course, will be to keep it going starting with Saturday’s home game against woeful Kansas (2-6, 0-5).

Regional Volleyball Site Changes

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October 31st, 2011 by Jim Field

  • Nov. 1, Class 1-A Region 2 final: LeMars Gehlen Catholic and River Valley has been moved from  Mapleton to Sioux City East. Start time remains 7:00 p.m.
  • Nov. 1, Class 1-A Region 3 final: Corning and Stanton has been moved from Corning to Red Oak. Start time remains 7:00 p.m.
  • Nov. 1, Class 1-A-Region 4 final: North Mahaska and East Union has been moved from Winterset to Indianola. Start time remains 7:00 p.m.
  • Nov. 1,  Class 2-A Region 2 final: Sioux Center & Sheldon has been moved from Sioux  Center to  MOC-Floyd Valley HS (Orange City). Start time remains 7:00  p.m.
  • Nov. 1, Class 2-A Region 8 regional final: Davis County & West Liberty has been moved from Durant to  Mount Pleasant. Start time remains 7:00 p.m.
  • Nov. 2, Class 4-A Region 5 final: Cedar Rapids Washington & Iowa City West has been moved from  Cedar Rapids Washington to Cedar Rapids Jefferson. Start time remains  7:00 p.m.

Cardinals Manager Tony LaRussa Retires

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October 31st, 2011 by Jim Field

Tony La Russa is retiring after 33 seasons as a manager, and he’s going out on top.  He told reporters his decision today at a press conference, three days after his Cardinals won the World Series.  La Russa captured three World Championships in his career and won Manager of the Year four times.  He managed the White Sox, Athletics, and Cardinals in a career that began in 1979.  Prior to that, La Russa played six seasons in the Majors as a middle infielder.

8AM Sportscast 10-31-2011

Podcasts, Sports

October 31st, 2011 by Chris Parks

w/ Jim Field

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High School Football Playoffs Continue Tonight

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October 31st, 2011 by Jim Field

Second Round High School Football Playoff Pairings
Monday, October 31st (all games begin at 7:00 pm)

Class 3-A:
Spencer (5-6) @  Harlan (7-3)
Carroll (8-2) @ Boyden Hull/Rock Valley (10-0)

Class 2-A:
Central Lyon/George-Little Rock (7-3) @ Kuemper Catholic (9-1)

Class 1-A:
Logan-Magnolia (9-1) @ Panorama (10-0)
Des Moines Christian (9-1) @ St. Albert (10-0)

Class A:
Bedford (8-2) @ Exira-EHK (8-1)

8-Man:
CAM (8-3) @ Adair Casey (8-2)
East Mills (9-1) @ Glidden-Ralston (9-1)
Stanton (8-2) @ Fremont Mills (9-0)
Lenox (5-5) @ Murray (9-1)

Redbirds’ Fans ask Pujols to stay in St. Louis

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October 31st, 2011 by Ric Hanson

ST. LOUIS (AP) – A red sea of fans jam downtown St. Louis, Sunday, to honor the world champion Cardinals and send a clear message to Albert Pujols: Please stay. An official crowd estimate was not immediately available for the parade down the streets of St. Louis and the celebration at Busch Stadium, but city officials expected several hundred thousand. The crowd was so large that people were parking more than two miles from the parade route. Pujols drew a long standing ovation at the stadium. When asked if he’d like to be back for another celebration next season, he smiled sheepishly and said, “Hey, why not?” Pujols is a free agent. The Cardinals hope to keep him but it isn’t clear if they’ll be able to do so.