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Area High School Softball Scores from Mon., June 11th

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June 12th, 2012 by Ric Hanson

Adair-Casey 11-6, Orient-Macksburg 6-8
Atlantic 3, Lewis Central 1
Coon Rapids-Bayard 8, Panorama 7
Corning 11, Stanton 1
Council Bluffs, Thomas Jefferson 7, Fremont-Mills 2
Denison-Schleswig 6, Kuemper Catholic, Carroll 5
IKM-Manning 5, Lawton-Bronson 4
Madrid 11, West Central Valley, Stuart 7
Missouri Valley 4, Underwood 3
OA-BCIG 13, AR-WE-VA, Westside 1
Orient-Macksburg 8, Adair-Casey 6
Treynor 12, A-H-S-T, Avoca 1
Tri-Center, Neola 7, Griswold 0
Van Meter 12, Guthrie Center 0
West Harrison 6, Whiting 4
Clarinda 8, Shenandoah 3
Creston 11, Red Oak 1
Abraham Lincoln 9, Glenwood 5
Walnut 11, Glidden-Ralston 1

Area High School Baseball Scores from Mon., June 11th

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June 12th, 2012 by Ric Hanson

Clarinda 11, Shenandoah 1
Coon Rapids-Bayard 4, Panorama, Panora 2
Council Bluffs, Abraham Lincoln 7, Glenwood 3
Council Bluffs, Thomas Jefferson 12, Fremont-Mills, Tabor 2 (6 innings)
Creston 12, Red Oak 2
Earlham 8, Woodward Academy 5
Kuemper Catholic, Carroll 4, Denison-Schleswig 3
Lewis Central 11, Atlantic 0
Madrid 11, West Central Valley, Stuart 7
Maple Valley-Anthon-Oto 4, Boyer Valley, Dunlap 0
Mormon Trail, Garden Grove 9, Mount Ayr 3
Orient-Macksburg 5, Adair-Casey 3
Treynor 9, A-H-S-T, Avoca 0
Tri-Center, Neola 14, Griswold 3
Underwood 9, Missouri Valley 1
Van Meter 15, Guthrie Center 0 (4 Innings)
West Harrison, Mondamin 12, Whiting 0

Scores not currently available:
EHK-Exira @ CAM, Anita
Carlisle @ Carroll
Lawton-Bronson @ IKM-Manning
Audubon @ Riverside, Oakland
Lenox @ Stanton

Boys/Girls All-State Golf Teams

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June 11th, 2012 by Jim Field

2011-2012

CLASS 4-A BOYS

1st team

Jeff Swegle

10 West Des Moines Valley
Kurt Martin 12 Ames
Connor Peck 12 Ankeny
Matt Walker 9 Ottumwa
Cody Bell 12 Cedar Rapids Kennedy
Andrew Huseman 10 Ankeny
Carson Hillery 12 Dubuque Hempstead
Broc Everett 11 West Des Moines Valley
Colin Pearson 12 Ft Dodge
Ben Wollam 12 Marshalltown

 

2nd team

Dustin Atkinson

11 Ames
Tomas Gouveia 12 West Des Moines Valley
Jack Gradoville 10 West Des Moines Dowling
Christian Archer 12 Ottumwa
Mike Woofter 11 Waukee
Taylor Rittman 12 Ankeny
Grant Smith 11 Johnston
Jon Calhoun 11 West Des Moines Dowling
Grant Campbell 11 Waukee
Josh Anderson 12 Muscatine

CLASS 3-A BOYS

1st team
Lucas Boyd 12 Pella
Alex Moorman 9 Centerville
Nick Nelson 12 Decorah
Carson Whittington 10 Creston
John Brai 12 Storm Lake
Maynard Newhouse 12 Decorah
Zach Hammerberg 12 ADM
Sam Lewey 12 Decorah
Ryan Gutz 11 Storm Lake
Nico Costa 12 Anamosa

 

2nd team
Davis Lowenberg 12 Fairfield
Ryan Palser 12 Creston
Brad Christensen 12 Carroll
Drew Slings 11 Williamsburg
Luke Monson 12 Clear Lake
Alex Thode 12 Washington
Ryan Christy 11 MOC Floyd Valley
Chris Grether 12 Algona
Matt Mummelthei 12 Waverly-Shell Rock
Nathan Molstead 12 Charles City

CLASS 2-A BOYS

1st team
Hunter Van Veen 11 PCM
Brian Krehbiel 12 Central Lee
Jack Conway 11 Waterloo Columbus
Zach Mason 10 East Sac County
Mitch Maiers 12 Columbus Catholic
Jaden Holton 12 Alta-Aurelia
Shaan Desai 12 South O’Brien
Andrew Huff 12 Waterloo Columbus
Matt Gute 12 Carroll Kuemper
Brian Schreck 12 Carroll Kuemper
2nd team
Trevor Ullestad 10 South Hamilton
Tanner Ludwig 12 Carroll Kuemper
Chance Maiers 11 Dyersville Beckman
Braxton Risetter 10 South Hamilton
Dakota Miller 11 OA-BCIG
Sean Cavanaugh 11 Waterloo Columbus
Chris Sturdivant 11 Des Moines Christian
Luke Knutson 12 Jesup
Logan Van Veen 12 PCM
Devon Woody 10 PCM

CLASS 1-A BOYS

1st team
Eric Krull 11 North Iowa
Nathan Kyle 12 Harris-Lake Park
Brad Bailey 12 Treynor
Carson Barron 12 Don Bosco
Levi Fink 12 Valley Community
Matt Juilfs 11 Newell-Fonda
Logan Baburek 12 Belle Plaine
Carson Bruess 12 Turkey Valley
Kevin Trobaugh 12 Gladbrook-Reinbeck
Kane Pedersen 12 Newell-Fonda
2nd team
Jason Vander Kooi 11 Hinton
Mitch Hulshof 11 West Sioux
Todd Schmidt 12 AHST
Cole Chapin 12 Treynor
Craig Brown 12 Hinton
Cole Johnston 10 Hinton
Michael Bylund 12 Audubon
Jacob Smoldt 11 Gladbrook-Reinbeck
Darrin Kingery 12 Rockford
Ryan Gembler 9 Harris-Lake Park

CLASS 4-A GIRLS

1st team
Megan Furnish 12 Cedar Rapids Jefferson
Payton Minear 11 Waukee
Anna Cullinan 11 Pleasant Valley
Rochelle Beardsley 11 Western Dubuque
Allison Rollinger 11 Cedar Falls
Taylor Roberts 12 Cedar Falls
Kelsy Shay 10 Waukee
Megan Brewer 11 Cedar Falls
Carlee Oakley 12 Sioux City North
Brittany Best 11 Waukee
2nd team
Sarah Splittgerber 11 West Des Moines Dowling
Ali Lindo 11 Cedar Rapids Kennedy
Jasmine Wyzgowski 10 Waukee
Madison Voss 12 Ankeny
Dani Duerschmidt 10 West Des Moines Valley
Hannah Hagerty 11 Cedar Falls
Jalyn Briley 12 Ames
Sammy Olson 11 West Des Moines Dowling
Coltyn Hunter 11 Indianola
Whitney Dostal 10 Ottumwa

CLASS 3-A GIRLS

1st team
Jessie Sindlinger 11 Charles City
Amy Ihm 12 Dubuque Wahlert
Taylor Van Dyk 12 South Tama
Paige Van Dyk 10 South Tama
Meg Monson 12 Clear Lake
Megan Joerger 10 Charles City
Emily Elliott 12 Grinnell
Abby Threlkeld 12 Washington
Mackenzie Black 11 Independence
Amanda Hintz 11 Grinnell
2nd team
Natalie Booton 12 Mount Pleasant
Molly McDonough 12 Decorah
Malorie Fischels 11 Clear Lake
Samantha Ramsey 11 Grinnell
Brooke Fletcher 10 Atlantic
Sara Pettitt 12 Carroll
Taylor Berger 12 Clear Lake
Shelby Townsend 11 Perry
Emily Zehr 12 Washington
Megan Ticknor 12 ADM

CLASS 2-A GIRLS

1st team
Ellie Ament 12 Dyersville Beckman
Chantel Eicher 12 East Marshall
Morgan Naberhaus 10 Carroll Kuemper
Brooke Klostermann 9 Dyersville Beckman
Hannah Thompson 11 Monticello
Erin Rasmussen 12 OABCIG
Katie Barbee 11 Des Moines Christian
Stephanie Coghlan 12 Dyersville Beckman
Mackenzie Noble 11 Wapello
Cassisy Boe 11 Waterloo Columbus
2nd team
Ciarah Schlader 12 Iowa City Regina
Tessa Swacker 11 Waterloo Columbus
Aspen Lynch 11 Cascade
Mackenzie Coyle 12 Cascade
Andrea Hodgson 12 Colfax-Mingo
Mara Masching 10 Carroll Kuemper
Taylor Gardner 11 Missouri Valley
Sarah McMichael 9 Nashua-Plainfield
Kelsi Snyder 11 Alta-Aurelia
Emily Fishcer 12 Wapello

CLASS 1-A GIRLS

1st team
Victoria Grasso 12 Ankeny Christian
Alexa Capesius 10 Algona Garrigan
Sheridan Berte 12 Algona Garrigan
Katie Clausen 12 Hinton
Jenna Hansen 12 HLV
Ashley Jahner 11 Pleasantville
Katie Schachterle 12 AGWSR
Haley Foehlich 11 Algona Garrigan
Susie Bylund 10 Audubon
Taylor Tanner 10 HLV
2nd team
Chelsea Gryp 12 HLV
Hillary Samo 10 Grundy Center
Jodi Schott 11 Valley Community
Rebecca Richter 11 Algona Garrigan
Baylie Wrage 11 Grundy Center
Josie McMartin 9 Grundy Center
Morgan Marsh 12 Pleasantville
Charlee Vanderpool 12 Pleasantville
Ali Kallsen 11 Hinton
Tori Bishop 10 Hinton

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June 11th, 2012 by admin

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Kipnis’ homer lifts Indians past Cardinals 4-1

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June 10th, 2012 by Ric Hanson

ST. LOUIS (AP) — Jason Kipnis hit a tiebreaking three-run home run off closer Jason Motte in the ninth inning and the Cleveland Indians beat the St. Louis Cardinals 4-1 on Sunday to take two of three in the interleague series. Carlos Beltran homered for the second straight day to increase his National League-leading total to 18, and Joe Kelly allowed one run in five-plus innings in his major league debut for the Cardinals. St. Louis is the only major league team that has not won a series over the Indians, who are 14-6 overall and 8-4 on the road against the Cardinals. Michael Brantley extended his hitting streak to 18 games and Ubaldo Jimenez had a season-best seven strikeouts in seven strong innings for Cleveland.

The Cardinals, who have Monday off…start a three-game set against the Chicago White Sox on Tuesday.

Girls State Soccer Championship Results

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June 10th, 2012 by Jim Field

Class 1-A State Championship:
Davenport Assumption 4, Bishop Heelan Catholic 0

Class 2-A State Championship:
Cedar Rapids Xavier 3, North Scott 1 (Xavier wins 7th state title in a row)

Class 3-A State Championship:
Cdear Rapids Kennedy 2, Ankeny 1

Saturday High School Softball Results

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June 10th, 2012 by Jim Field

  • Bishop Heelan Catholic 5, Atlantic 2
  • Dallas Center-Grimes 8, Atlantic 1
  • Riverside 10, Walnut 8
  • Shenandoah 10, Walnut 4
  • Creston 10, Albia 0
  • Denison-Schleswig 11, Kuemper Catholic 5
  • Denison-Schleswig 5, Maple Valley 2
  • Kuemper Catholic 8, Carroll 7
  • Thomas Jefferson 16, East Mills 4
  • Underwood 17, East Mills 6
  • Charter Oak-Ute 7, Underwood 3
  • Underwood 4, Woodbine 3
  • OA-BCIG 9, IKM-Manning 0
  • Coon Rapids-Bayard 14, Panorama 1
  • Coon Rapids-Bayard 14, Southeast Webster 4
  • Carroll 12, Maple Valley 7

Saturday High School Baseball Results

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June 10th, 2012 by Chris Parks

Atlantic Trojan Tourney:

  • 1st Round — Perry 5, Atlantic 3
  • 1st Round — Coon Rapids-Bayard 13, Red Oak 3
  • Consolation — Atlantic 11, Red Oak 1
  • Championship — Perry 12, Coon Rapids-Bayard 4

Mount Ayr Tournament:

  • 1st Round — Mount Ayr 20, Clarinda Academy 4
  • 1st Round — Nishnabotna 7, Lamoni 6
  • Consolation — Lamoni 8, Clarinda Academy 0
  • Championship — Nishnabotna 5, Mount Ayr 1

Griswold Tournament:

  • 1st Round — Clarinda 11, Griswold 0
  • 1st Round — Ogden 20, Villisca 6
  • Consolation — Griswold 10, Villisca 0
  • Championship — Ogden 15, Clarinda 5 

Others:

  • Treynor 11, Shenandoah 0
  • LeMars 7, Glenwood 0
  • Sergeant Bluff-Luton 9, Denison-Schleswig 1
  • Corning 9, Orient-Macksburg 2
  • Corning 10, Essex/South Page 0
  • Orient-Macksburg 13, Bedford 7
  • St. Albert 11, Dubuque Wahlert 8
  • St. Albert 9, Don Bosco 3
  • Abraham Lincoln 6, Algona 2


Cardinals pitcher Jaime Garcia shut down for month

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June 9th, 2012 by Ric Hanson

ST. LOUIS (AP) — St. Louis Cardinals pitcher Jaime Garcia will be shut down for a month due to an injury the team is calling a left shoulder strain and could be sidelined as long as two months. It’s the latest big hit for a World Series championship team ravaged by injuries. Two doctors have recommended rehab rather than surgery and the left-hander is scheduled to meet with Dr. James Andrews on Monday, an off day for the team. Garcia was placed on the 15-day disabled list Thursday and visited Dr. Lewis Yocum on Friday in Los Angeles. Yocum agreed with the diagnosis of Cardinals team physician Dr. George Paletta, that Garcia has some tearing in the labrum and rotator cuff.

Garcia is the second member of the rotation to be sidelined. Chris Carpenter, who won a game in each playoff round last fall, has yet to pitch and is probably at least a month away. Lance Berkman has played just 13 games due to injuries. Allen Craig, Jon Jay, Skip Schumaker and Kyle McClellan have missed considerable time for St. Louis, which had lost seven of 10 entering Saturday night’s interleague game against the Indians. The 25-year-old Garcia was a 13-game winner each of his first two seasons, but hasn’t felt right from the start of 2012, losing several mph on his fastball and struggling to find the proper arm slot. He lasted just lasted just two innings in his last start and is 3-4 with a 4.48 ERA. Right-hander Joe Kelly will make his major league debut Sunday against the Indians, taking Garcia’s spot in the rotation. The 24-year-old Kelly is 2-5, but with a 2.86 ERA at Triple A-Memphis.

In other Cardinal’s news: Manager Mike Matheny shook up the lineup a bit, batting Yadier Molina third for perhaps the first time in his career. Molina had been 5 for 10 on the homestand and was batting .337 with eight homers and 32 RBIs and a .388 on-base percentage; The Cardinals claimed LHP John Gaub on waivers from Texas and assigned him to Triple-A Memphis. They’ve had one lefty in the bullpen, Marc Rzepczynski, much of the year. The 27-year-old Gaub was designated for assignment Thursday.

LSU women, Florida men win NCAA titles

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June 9th, 2012 by Ric Hanson

DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — The Florida men took home their first outdoor national and the LSU women won their 15th in 31 years Saturday at the NCAA track and field meet. The SEC sweep snapped a three-year title run by the women and men of Texas A&M — and the Aggies join the league next fall. The men’s team title came down to the final race, the 1,600 relay, between Florida, LSU and Texas A&M. Anchor Tony McQuay gave the Gators the lead on the backstretch and the win in 3 minutes, 0.02 seconds. Florida finished with 50 points, followed by the Tigers (48) and Texas A&M (40). The LSU and Oregon women entered Saturday tied at 40, but the Tigers jumped out to a big lead after Kimberlyn Duncan won the 200 meters.