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Thursday High School Volleyball Results

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September 7th, 2012 by Ric Hanson

Rolling Hills:

  • (3-0) Adair-Casey 25-25-25, Iowa Christian Academy 19-22-17
  • (3-0) Exira-EHK 25-25-25, Paton-Churdan 11-12-21
  • (3-1) Glidden-Ralston 24-27-25-25, CAM 26-25-15-20
  • (3-0) Grandview Park Baptist 25-25-25, Ankeny Christian Academy 11-12-15

Others:

  • (3-2) Tri-Center 25-23-20-25-15, Missouri Valley 14-25-25-15-11
  • (3-2) Central Decatur 23-25-20-26-15, Lenox 25-8-25-24-11
  • (3-0) Fremont-Mills 25-25-25, Essex 18-12-16
  • (3-0) Martensdale-St Marys 25-26-25, Corning 23-24-14
  • (3-0) Nodaway Valley 25-25-25, Pleasantville 18-18-19
  • (3-0) Stanton 25-25-25, East Mills 7-18-10
  • (2-1) Ar-We-Va 12-21-15, Coon Rapids-Bayard 21-18-4
  • (2-1) Ar-We-Va 16-21-15, Earlham 21-16-11
  • (2-0) Ar-We-Va 21-21, Carlisle 14-19
  • (2-0) Carlisle 21-21, Coon Rapids-Bayard 8-13
  • (2-1) Des Moines Christian 19-21-15, Ar-We-Va 21-10-11
  • (2-0) Des Moines Christian 21-21, Coon Rapids-Bayard 18-19
  • (2-1) Earlham 15-21-15, Panorama 21-10-11

Hawkeyes Look to Contain Iowa State QB Jantz

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September 7th, 2012 by Ric Hanson

IOWA CITY, Iowa (AP) — Iowa State quarterback Steele Jantz played about as well as anyone ever has in the century-old rivalry between the Cyclones and Iowa last September. Jantz didn’t come close to replicating his four-touchdown performance in a 44-41, triple-overtime win over the Hawkeyes in 2011 — until last weekend. He thrived in his second chance as Iowa State’s starter, throwing for a career-high 281 yards and scoring three TDs as the Cyclones beat Tulsa 38-23 in its opener. The Hawkeyes (1-0) get another shot at stopping Jantz when they host Iowa State (1-0) in their home opener on Saturday.   You can hear the game on KJAN with the pre-game beginning at 12:30 and kick-off at 2:30.

Friday HS Football Schedule

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September 7th, 2012 by Jim Field

Class 3-A District 1

  • *Creston @ Atlantic
  • *ADM @ Glenwood
  • *Perry @ Harlan
  • Lewis Central @ Indianola

Class 3-A District 2

  • *Carroll @ Denison

Class 2-A District 8

  • Clarinda @ Mount Ayr
  • *Clarinda Academy @ Kuemper Catholic
  • *Greene County @ Shenandoah
  • *OA-BCIG @ Red Oak

Class 1-A District 8

  • *Nodaway Valley @ Missouri Valley
  • *Panorama @ St. Albert
  • *Treynor @ West Central Valley
  • Tri-Center @ IKM/Manning

Class A District 7

  • *Madrid @ Audubon (on KJAN/KJAN.com 6:30 pm)
  • *Bedford @ Woodward Academy
  • *Earlham @ Martensdale-St. Marys
  • *Woodward-Granger @ Guthrie Center

Class A District 8

  • *Westwood @ A-H-S-T
  • *Riverside @ East Mills
  • *Griswold @ Underwood
  • *Logan-Magnolia @ West Monona

8-Man District 6

  • *Adair-Casey @ Lamoni
  • *Colo-Nesco @ Ankeny Christian
  • East Union @ Twin Cedars
  • *Grandview Park Baptist @ Murray

8-Man District 7

  • *Exira/EHK @ West Harrison
  • *Charter Oak-Ute @ Ar-We-Va
  • *Coon Rapids-Bayard @ Boyer Valley
  • *Glidden-Ralston @ Woodbine
  • Heartland Christian @ Essex

8-Man District 8

  • *Fremont-Mills @ CAM
  • *Corning @ Stanton
  • *Lenox @ Sidney
  • *Villisca @ Nishnabotna

* District Game

Weekly IGHSAU Volleyball Rankings

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September 6th, 2012 by Jim Field

2012 THIRD Iowa High School Volleyball Rankings
Thursday, September 6
Class 1-A
School
Record
LW
1
Grundy Center
4-0
1
2
Holy Trinity Catholic
8-0
3
3
Janesville
5-3
5
4
Tripoli
4-1
4
5
East Union
6-1
8
6
Central Lyon
8-3
11
7
LeMars Gehlen Catholic
5-3
2
8
Lisbon
10-3
9
9
Bellevue Marquette Catholic
10-2
6
10
Stanton
5-1
7
11
New London
4-2
12
12
Bedford
7-3
13
13
Laurens-Marathon
4-0
15
14
Preston
10-3
14
15
Midland
5-3
NR
Dropped Out: Twin Cedars (10)
Class 2-A
School
Record
LW
1
Dike-New Hartford
8-0
1
2
Western Christian
4-2
2
3
West Branch
8-1
6
4
Council Bluffs St. Albert
7-2
7
5
Ridge View
6-1
4
6
Treynor
8-2
5
7
Denver
11-0
NR
8
Woodward-Granger
7-1
8
9
Kuemper Catholic
5-2
9
10
Hinton
8-0
10
11
Durant
1-1
11
12
Lake Mills
8-0
12
13
Sumner-Fredericksburg
4-2
3
14
IKM-Manning
2-3
14
15
Edgewood-Colesburg
3-1
15
Dropped Out: Starmont (13)
Class 3-A
School
Record
LW
1
Mediapolis
8-0
1
2
Davenport Assumption
7-1
5
3
Nevada
7-2
6
4
Mount Vernon
8-0
7
5
Unity Christian
9-0
9
6
West Liberty
8-2
2
7
Cascade
5-0
10
8
MOC-Floyd Valley
7-2
8
9
Sioux Center
8-2
3
10
Union
8-2
4
11
East Sac County
11-2
11
12
ADM
12-2
13
13
Red Oak
2-0
14
14
Estherville-Lincoln Central
1-1
15
15
Clarinda
4-3
12
Dropped Out: None
Class 4-A
School
Record
LW
1
Sioux City Bishop Heelan
4-2
1
2
Charles City
8-0
5
3
North Scott
8-1
6
4
Harlan
9-3
2
5
Waverly-Shell Rock
9-2
4
6
Dubuque Wahlert Catholic
2-1
7
7
Cedar Rapids Xavier
7-1
10
8
Solon
8-1
3
9
Fairfield
4-0
9
10
Maquoketa
7-3
12
11
West Delaware
8-2
8
12
LeMars
3-0
13
13
Lewis Central
4-2
NR
14
Marion
4-2
14
15
Newton
7-4
NR
Dropped Out: Central DeWitt (11), Winterset (15)
Class 5-A
School
Record
LW
1
Iowa City High
5-0
1
2
Dubuque Hempstead
8-0
3
3
Ankeny
7-1
2
4
Dowling Catholic
11-1
4
5
Urbandale
10-1
7
6
Pleasant Valley
5-1
8
7
Muscatine
7-1
NR
8
Ames
7-2
5
9
Cedar Falls
5-3
6
10
Cedar Rapids Washington
5-2
NR
Dropped Out: Cedar Rapids Kennedy (9), Johnston (10)

Chiefs turn to D-III player to replace Hali

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September 6th, 2012 by Ric Hanson

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — The Chiefs’ replacement for one of the NFL’s most feared pass rushers this Sunday will be an unheralded veteran linebacker out of tiny Wheaton College. It won’t be the first time Andy Studebaker has started a game, but it’ll surely be like none other: It’s the season-opener against the Atlanta Falcons, and Studebaker will be taking the place of Tamba Hali, who is suspended for Week 1 for violating the league’s substance-abuse policy. Studebaker knows that he can’t be Hali, whose 12 sacks last season ranked second in the AFC. Studebaker isn’t known for getting after the quarterback anyway. Instead, he’s known for grit and determination that not only allowed him to make an NFL roster out of college, but hang around this long.

8AM Sportscast 09-06-2012

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September 6th, 2012 by Chris Parks

w/ Jim Field

Iowa Association of Track Coaches XC Rankings

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September 6th, 2012 by Jim Field

4-A BOYS  
1. Dowling WDM
2. Linn Mar
3. Pleasant Valley
4. West Iowa City
5. Senior Dubuque
6. Valley WDM
7. City Iowa City
8. Cedar Falls
9. Burlington
10. Washington CR
11. Prairie CR
12. Waukee
13. Indianola
14. Johnston
15. Ames

4-A GIRLS
1. Dowling WDM
2. Linn Mar
3. Pleasant Valley
4. Kennedy CR
5. West Iowa City
6. Valley WDM
7. Bettendorf
8. Cedar Falls
9. Waukee
10. Johnston
11. Roosevelt DM
12. City Iowa City
13. Ames
14. Senior Dubuque
15. Ankeny

3-A BOYS
1. Decorah
2. Pella
3. Heelan SC
4. Wahlert Dub.
5. Boone
6. Grinnell
7. Knoxville
8. Mt. Vernon Lisbon
9. Glenwood
10. Dallas Center Grimes
11. Charles City
12. MOC/FV
13. Fort Madison
14. Columbus Catholic
15. Assumption Dav.

3-A GIRLS
1. Assumption Dav.
2. Wahlert Dubuque
3. Solon
4. Decorah
5. Pella
6. MOC/FV
7. Dallas Center Grimes
8. Harlan
9. Heelan Sioux City
10. Algona
11. Mt. Vernon Lisbon
12. Williamsburg
13. Garner Hayfield
14. Benton
15. Webster City

2-A BOYS
1. Monticello
2. Spirit Lake
3. St. Edmond FD
4. Tipton
5. North Polk
6. Gilbert
7. South Winneshiek
8. Western Christian
9. Okoboji
10. Center Point Urb.
11. North Iowa
12. OA-BCIG
13. South Central
14. Osage
15. Unity Christian

2-A GIRLS
1. Unity Christian
2. Sioux Center
3. North Fayette
4. Western Christian
5. Gilbert
6. North Polk
7. South Winneshiek
8. Regina
9. Roland Story
10. OA-BCIG
11. Davis County
12. Monticello
13. NE Goose Lake
14. South Hamilton
15. Aplington P’burg

1-A BOYS
1. St. Albert CB
2. Denver
3. Trinity Christian
4. West Lyon
5. Dike New Hartford
6. Hudson
7. Guthrie Center
8. Alta Aurelia
9. BCLUW
10. Tri Center
11. Highland
12. Nashua Plainfield
13. Bellevue Marquette
14. Eagle Grove
15. Earlham

1-A GIRLS
1. Griswold
2. Earlham
3. North Linn
4. Eagle Grove
5. Pekin
6. Dike New Hartford
7. Denver
8. Tri Center
9. Bishop Garrigan
10. Corning
11. Nashua Plainfield
12. Central Elkader
13. Hudson
14. Gehlen Catholic
15. BCLUW

Area Ranked Runners Include:

3-A BOYS
13.  Sean Skillern (Shenandoah)
25.  James Fuller (Glenwood)

3-A GIRLS
15.  Jessica Feldman (Harlan)
23.  Bailey Kuhl (Harlan)
26.  Maria Mostek (Creston)

2-A BOYS
23.  Travis Schon (Red Oak)

1-A BOYS
1.  Josh Sindelar (St. Albert)
6.  Spencer Rochholz (Adair-Casey)
8.  TJ Bower (Nodaway Valley)
16.  Ean Patrick (Riverside)
18.  Emmitt Wheatley (Adair-Casey)
19.  Ellis Johnson (Logan-Magnolia)
21.  Gus Doll (St. Albert)
22.  Eddy Halbur (Guthrie Center)
24.  Adam Christensen (St. Albert)
25.  Jordan Christensen (Guthrie Center)

1-A GIRLS
1.  Rebekah Topham (Griswold)
7.  Tiffany Shepherd (Corning)
12.  Alex Larson (Tri-Center)
18.  Alyx Flippin (Griswold)
21.  Theresa Frels (Guthrie Center)
22.  Jordyn Sindt (Griswold)
30.  Ruby Johnson (Audubon)

Trio of Chiefs with rebuilt ACLs ready for Falcons

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September 6th, 2012 by Ric Hanson

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — Jamaal Charles, Eric Berry and Tony Moeaki have been waiting for this moment far too long. The trio of Kansas City Chiefs tore the ACLs in their left knees during a horrendous three-week stretch that started with last year’s preseason finale. So rather than practice with the rest of the team, they got together in the training room and slowly grinded their way back to health. Now, Charles is back toting the football, Berry is back at safety and Moeaki gives the Chiefs another pass-catching option at tight end for quarterback Matt Cassel. The three of them will finally be back for a game that counts Sunday against Atlanta.

Dickey wins 18th as Mets top Cards 6-2

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September 5th, 2012 by Ric Hanson

ST. LOUIS (AP) — R.A. Dickey became the first pitcher in the majors to win 18 games this season, and Ike Davis hit a three-run homer to lift the New York Mets to a 6-2 victory over the St. Louis Cardinals on Wednesday. The knuckleballer allowed two runs in 6 2-3 innings en route to his 18th win, the first Mets pitcher to reach the mark since Frank Viola (20-12) and Dwight Gooden (19-7) both did it in 1990. Dickey (18-4) gave up eight hits and struck out five to help New York salvage a win to close out the three-game series. Davis gave the Mets a 5-1 lead with his 26th homer, and Daniel Murphy went 3-for-4 to lift his average in day games to an NL-best .351 (65 for 185). Josh Thole and Andres Torres had RBI singles, and Lucas Duda drove in the Mets’ other run with a bases-loaded walk. The Mets did most of their damage off of Cardinals starter Adam Wainwright (13-12), who allowed five runs and eight hits in five innings.

8AM Sportscast 09-05-2012

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September 5th, 2012 by Chris Parks

w/ Jim Field