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Atlantic Archery Club Results


January 20th, 2014 by Jim Field

The Atlantic Archery Club participated in its first multi-team competitive shoot on Saturday 1/18/2013-

In the female high school division:

  • Logan Holzaphfel 5th/39 with a score of 263- The top female score was 272
  • Alexis Schulte 27th/39 with a score of 219

In the male division:

  • Cal Heuton 26th/48 with a score of 244
  • Tyler Petty 28th/48 with a score of 234
  • Logan Russell 34th/48 with a score of 226
  • Kyle Redinbaugh 43rd/48 with a score 226


8AM Sportscast 01-20-2014

Podcasts, Sports

January 20th, 2014 by Chris Parks

w/ Jim Field


Pedal power! Iowa cycling enthusiasts gather for Iowa Bike Expo later this week

News, Sports

January 20th, 2014 by Ric Hanson

It’s the middle of winter but Iowa’s bicycling enthusiasts are already thinking about the summer ahead. The 10th annual Iowa Bicycle Summit will be held this weekend in Des Moines. Mark Wyatt, executive director of the Iowa Bicycle Coalition, says Friday is the first day of the gathering and it will feature guest speakers, an all-day workshop and breakout sessions on a host of bicycle-related topics.

“That’s our opportunity to have a lot of education,” Wyatt says. “It really focuses on community planning, bike lanes, bike facilities, trails, that sort of thing. We’re really excited because it’s really some of the best formal education communities are getting.” The other half of the weekend is the Iowa Bike Expo, a free event on Saturday featuring more than 100 exhibitors.

“You’re going to be able to see the latest bikes, gear, destinations, trails, events,” Wyatt says. “They’re all going to be at this expo. It’s a great time to come down and plan your summer vacation.” After the expo, there’s also the route announcement party for RAGBRAI, the Register’s Annual Great Bicycle Ride Across Iowa, on Saturday at 8 P-M. “That’s a ticketed event that happens in the ballroom at the Iowa Events Center,” Wyatt says. “A lot of fun will be had there but most of all, the evening caps off with the eight overnight towns announced.”

The reception will feature live and silent auctions, door prizes and more. All activities are at the Iowa Events Center in Des Moines. Learn more at: www.iowabicyclecoalition.org

Nodaway Valley Basketball Coach to receive Coach of the Year Award from NFHS


January 20th, 2014 by Ric Hanson

The National Federation of State High School (NFHS) Coaches Association has selected Nodaway Valley Coach Darrell Burmeister as its 2013 Central Sectional Coach of the Year in boys basketball. The Central section includes the states of Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Michigan and Wisconsin. The NFHS recognizes coaches at the state, sectional, and national level.

All sectional coaches were considered for national coach of the year in their sport category, and those persons have been notified of their awards.

Lolo Jones selected for US Bobsled team


January 20th, 2014 by Ric Hanson

Lolo Jones talked Lauryn Williams into trying bobsledding, dangling the potential of another Olympic trip as her bait. Little did they know they were talking about history. Jones and Williams — both Summer Olympic veterans — were among the selections Sunday night for the U.S. Olympic bobsled team, putting them in position to join a very exclusive club. Barring something unforeseen, they will become the ninth and 10th Americans to compete in both the summer and winter versions of the Games when they compete at the Sochi Olympics next month.

Jones, Williams and Aja Evans were the three women chosen out of a six-woman pool for the push athlete spots, that word coming at a team meeting where half the candidates saw their Olympic dreams realized and the other half saw them come to a quiet end. Jones was one hurdle away from winning gold at the Beijing Olympics, then finished fourth at the London Games. Looking for a break from the spotlight but not sports, she turned to bobsled in the fall of 2012, winning a World Cup medal in her first race and quickly announcing herself as a legit Sochi contender.

Then she recruited Williams after the 2012 400-meter relay gold medalist and former world champion sprinter retired from track, talking her into the bobsled game. And all Williams has done as a rookie is help the U.S. win three medals in her four World Cup races, including a gold on Sunday. Jones and Williams will join Evans, another Winter Olympic first-timer, and drivers Jamie Greubel, Elana Meyers and Jazmine Fenlator on the women’s team.

The U.S. qualified three men’s two-man sleds and two four-man sleds for Sochi. Reigning Olympic four-man champion Steven Holcomb will drive USA-1 and Nick Cunningham will be at the control of USA-2 in four-man. Cory Butner will drive the other two-man entry. Justin Olsen, Johnny Quinn and Dallas Robinson will push Cunningham’s four-man sled.

Manning’s charity to get $24,800 for his ‘Omahas’


January 20th, 2014 by Ric Hanson

OMAHA, Neb. (AP) — Peyton Manning’s foundation for at-risk youth will receive a $24,800 donation for all the times he shouted “Omaha!” during the AFC championship game Sunday. The donations were organized by the Greater Omaha Chamber of Commerce after Manning’s 44 pre-snap “Omaha!” calls during the Denver Broncos win over San Diego received national attention.

Eight Omaha companies combined to donate $800 to Manning’s “Peyback Foundation” for every time he yelled the city’s name during the Broncos’ victory over the New England Patriots. The participating companies are ConAgra Foods, First National Bank of Omaha, Mutual of Omaha, Omaha Steaks, Cox Communications, CenturyLink, Union Pacific railroad and DJ’s Dugout Sports Bar & Grill.

No. 14 Iowa blows past Minnesota 94-73


January 19th, 2014 by Ric Hanson

IOWA CITY, Iowa (AP) — Aaron White scored all of his 18 points in the second half and Josh Oglesby added a season-high 17 points as 14th-ranked Iowa blew past Minnesota 94-73 on Sunday. Devyn Marble had 15 of his 16 points after halftime for the surging Hawkeyes, who moved into third place in the Big Ten behind Michigan State and Michigan. Iowa (15-3, 4-1 Big Ten) overcame a 10-point deficit with a 29-10 run and outscored the Gophers 53-30 in the second half.

Andre Hollins had a game-high 20 points for Minnesota (14-5, 3-3). But Iowa held Hollins without a field goal in the second half in handing the Gophers their most lopsided loss of the season.

Saturday Wrestling Results


January 19th, 2014 by Jim Field

ADM Tourney

  1. Webster City  215
  2. Dallas Center-Grimes 179.5
  3. Antioch, IL  175
  4. Waukee  154.5
  5. Atlantic  144
  6. Audubon  121
  7. Newton  121
  8. ADM  120.5
  9. Ankeny Centennial  114
  10. PCM  112
  11. Ames  99.5
  12. DM East  97
  13. Roland-Story  52
  14. Red Oak  50
  15. Nevada  37
  16. Clarke  33
  17. North Polk  16

Individual Champions:

  • 126 – Darrian Schwenke, Atlantic


  • 120 – Dillon Cox, Atlantic
  • 145 – Reid Nichols, Atlantic
  • 220 – Tyler Christensen, Atlantic

Griswold Dual Tourney

  • Tri-Center 37, East Mills 36
  • Tri-Center 60, Southwest Valley 18
  • Tri-Center 43, Griswold 21
  • Tri-Center 60, Exira/EHK 18
  • East Mills 54, Southwest Valley 15
  • East Mills 54, Griswold 24
  • East Mills 60, Exira/EHK 24
  • East Mills 60, Treynor 12
  • Southwest Valley 39, Griswold 30
  • Southwest Valley 41, Treynor 9
  • Southwest Valley 36, Exira/EHK 30
  • Griswold 45, Exira/EHK 30
  • Exira/EHK 42, Treynor 24

Coon Rapids-Bayard Duals

  1. Coon Rapids-Bayard  5-0
  2. A-H-S-T  3-2
  3. Interstate 35  3-2
  4. Woodbine  2-3
  5. Pleasantville  1-4

Underwood Tourney

Team Scores:

  1. Gretna, NE  316
  2. Ogden  272,5
  3. Denison  178
  4. Underwood  162.5

Individual Champions:

  • 106 – Josef Rogers, Denison
  • 113 – Parker Newman, Gretna
  • 120 – Riley Klein, Underwood
  • 126 – Kyler Kiner, Ogden
  • 132 – Kolby Munson, Ogden
  • 138 – Wyatt Rasmussen, Underwood
  • 145 – Quinten Dawes, Gretna
  • 152 – Cody Kingery, Underwood
  • 160 – Henry Haglund, Ogden
  • 170 – Connor Shedeed, Gretna
  • 182 – Nick Ross, Ogden
  • 195 – Brady Radik, Gretna
  • 220 – Logan Radik, Gretna
  • 285 – Blake Chick, Gretna

Mount Ayr Duals

Team Standings:

  1. Riverside  8-0
  2. Mount Ayr  6-2
  3. Lathrop, MO  6-2
  4. Central Decatur  5-3
  5. Harlan  4-4
  6. Shenandoah  4-4
  7. Durant  2-6
  8. St. Albert  1-7
  9. Martensdale-St. Marys  0-8

All-Tournament Team:

  • Harlan: 106 – Wil Beach, 145 – Broghan Kelly, 195 – Cale Stork, 220 – Dallon Bendorf
  • Riverside: 120 – Jacob Vogel, 170 – Payton Housman
  • St. Albert: 160 – Wyatt Lewis

Kuemper Catholic Duals

  • Kuemper 42 Storm Lake 33
  • Guthrie Center 42 Missouri Valley 24
  • Guthrie Center 37 Kuemper 36
  • Storm Lake 52 Missouri Valley 12
  • Kuemper 46 Missouri Valley 36
  • Storm Lake 38 Guthrie Center 32

Centerville Tourney

Team Scores:

  1. Lee’s Summit West, MO  190
  2. Creston/O-M  183.5
  3. Clarinda 169.5

Individuals Champions:

  • 120 – Blake Luna, Clarinda
  • 160 – John Clark, Clarinda
  • 182 – Trevor Frain, Creston/OM
  • 145 – Chase Shiltz, Creston/OM

Area basketball scores from Sat., Jan. 18th 2014


January 19th, 2014 by Ric Hanson


  • Abraham Lincoln 62, Atlantic 42
  • Harlan 61, Glenwood 39
  • Shenandoah 61, Audubon 21
  • Coon Rapids-Bayard 74, West Harrison 61
  • Panorama 78, Nodaway Valley 64
  • Essex 59, South Page 44


  • Harlan 71, Glenwood 40
  • Shenandoah 68, Audubon 49
  • St. Albert 57, Missouri Valley 46
  • Panorama 54, Nodaway Valley 27
  • Sioux City West 66, Denison-Schleswig 34
  • Coon Rapids-Bayard 60, West Harrison 24
  • South Central Calhoun 69, Glidden-Ralston 16
  • South Page 56, Clarinda Academy 33

Kansas State women top No. 13 Iowa State, 80-74


January 19th, 2014 by Ric Hanson

MANHATTAN, Kan. (AP) — Hallie Christofferson went more than 33 minutes between field goals Saturday and a Cyclone rally fell short as Kansas State posted an 80-74 win over No. 13 Iowa State Saturday night. Averaging 21.5 points in her last four Big 12 games, Christofferson’s first-half jumper gave the Cyclones a 5-2 lead, but by the time she scored her second, they trailed by 14. She finished 2 of 11 from the field.

Kansas State (8-9, 2-4 Big 12) got 27 points from Leticia Romero and 23 from Katya Leick to post its first win over the Cyclones in eight regular-season games. The Cyclones were just 20 of 59 from the field (33.9 percent) in Manhattan. Brynn Willliamson scored 17 points and Nicole Blaskowsky added another 16.

Iowa State, which now has lost three straight after starting the season with 14 consecutive wins, falling to No. 15 Oklahoma State and West Virginia at home.