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Green leads No. 6 Michigan State over Iowa 95-61

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January 10th, 2012 by Ric Hanson

EAST LANSING, Mich. (AP) — Draymond Green had 22 points and nine rebounds to help No. 6 Michigan State beat Iowa 95-61 on Tuesday night for its 15th straight win. The win gives the Spartans (15-2, 4-0 Big Ten) their longest winning streak since the 1998-99 season, when they won 22 in a row before losing to Duke in the national championship game. The Hawkeyes (10-8, 2-3) have been routed in two straight games — they also lost to Ohio State — after beating Wisconsin and Minnesota on the road. Aaron White scored 15 points and Devyn Marble had 12 for Iowa. Michigan State went on a 16-0 run late in the first half and had a 14-0 spurt midway through the second. During the second burst, Iowa coach Fran McCaffery was called for a technical for berating an official. McCaffery then directed his anger toward his players, slamming a chair in their timeout huddle and screaming in their faces.

ESPN: Marcus Coker Leaves Iowa Football Team

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January 10th, 2012 by Jim Field

Iowa has granted running back Marcus Coker his release from the program after the sophomore withdrew his application to enroll in spring semester classes.

Coker, the Big Ten’s second-leading rusher in 2011 with 1,384 yards, was suspended for the Insight Bowl for an unspecified violation of university policies and Iowa’s student-athlete code of conduct.

Coach Kirk Ferentz never elaborated on Coker’s suspension, but said he hoped Coker would rejoin the team at some point.

The team on Tuesday said Coker asked for a release from his scholarship, which was granted.

Coker is the latest promising Iowa running back to leave the team. The Hawkeyes announced last week that freshman Mika’il McCall would leave the program.

Adam Robinson, who led the team in rushing last season before being suspended for a bowl game, didn’t return for the 2011 campaign. Jewel Hampton and Brandon Wegher also have departed the Iowa program.

Coker filled in for Robinson at the 2010 Insight Bowl and had 219 rush yards and two touchdowns. He led Iowa with 281 carries and scored 15 rush touchdowns this past season.

The move leaves Iowa thin at running back for 2012. Freshman Jordan Canzeri, who led the team with 58 yards rushing in a 31-14 loss to Oklahoma in the bowl game, would appear to be in line for the starting job.

Monday Wrestling Results

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January 10th, 2012 by Jim Field

Atlantic 72, A-H-S-T 6
106: Schwenke, Darrian (Atlantic High School )  For (A-H-S-T High School)  -
113: Cox, Dillion (Atlantic High School )  FALL Fauteux, Aaron(A-H-S-T High School) :17
120: Nichols, Reid (Atlantic High School )  FALL Egerss, Nathan(A-H-S-T High School) :47
126: Smith, Matthew (Atlantic High School )  For (A-H-S-T High School)  -
138: Young, Rob (Atlantic High School )  For (A-H-S-T High School)  -
145: Heuton, Cal (Atlantic High School )  FALL Munyon, Cody(A-H-S-T High School) 2:52
152: Nichols, Rob (Atlantic High School )  FALL Fink, Austin(A-H-S-T High School) 2:58
160: Bauerkemper, Kyle (A-H-S-T High School)  For (Atlantic High School )  -
170: Stork, Derek (Atlantic High School )  FALL Zornes, Dylan(A-H-S-T High School) :49
182: Williamson, Matthew (Atlantic High School )  FALL Larson, Jake(A-H-S-T High School) 4:47
195: Stork, Tyler (Atlantic High School )  For (A-H-S-T High School)  -
220: Christensen, Tyler (Atlantic High School )  For (A-H-S-T High School)  -
285: Conrad, Austin (Atlantic High School )  For (A-H-S-T High School)  -

Atlantic 45, Glenwood 33
106: Schwenke, Darrian (Atlantic High School )  For (Glenwood High School)  -
113: Cox, Dillion (Atlantic High School )  FALL Williamson, Collin(Glenwood High School) 5:12
120: Jameson, Sam (Glenwood High School)  DEC Nichols, Reid(Atlantic High School )  4-3
126: Warren, Seth (Glenwood High School)  FALL Smith, Matthew(Atlantic High School )  1:41
132: Young, Rob (Atlantic High School )  FALL Bendt, Jesse(Glenwood High School) 1:07
138: AJ, Clark (Glenwood High School)  For (Atlantic High School )  -
145: Clark, Josh (Glenwood High School)  FALL Heuton, Cal(Atlantic High School )  1:02
152: Magnussen, Zach (Glenwood High School)  For (Atlantic High School )  -
160: Nichols, Rob (Atlantic High School )  FALL Strand, Jonah(Glenwood High School) 3:46
170: Stork, Derek (Atlantic High School )  FALL Crouch, Cody(Glenwood High School) 2:57
182: Williamson, Matthew (Atlantic High School )  FALL Hoffmann, Hunter(Glenwood High School) 5:17
195: Turner, Rhett (Glenwood High School)  FALL Stork, Tyler(Atlantic High School )  3:35
220: Christensen, Tyler (Atlantic High School )  FALL Giesting, Clayton(Glenwood High School) 5:35
285: Conrad, Austin (Atlantic High School )  DEC Killpack, Alex(Glenwood High School)  4-1

Missouri Valley Quad
Missouri Valley 54, West Monona 4
Missouri Valley 35, Exira/EHK 12
Missouri Valley 40, Treynor 24
Treynor 33, Exira/EHK 30
Exira/EHK 33, West Monona 18
West Monona 42, Treynor 22

8AM Sportscast 01-10-2012

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January 10th, 2012 by Chris Parks

w/ Jim Field

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HSBB: Atlantic vs. Tri-Center Girls 01-09-2012

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January 10th, 2012 by Chris Parks

Jim Field and Chris Parks have the call of the game played Monday, January 9th.

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IA plays Michigan State this evening: McCaffery staying positive

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January 10th, 2012 by Ric Hanson

Iowa coach Fran McCaffery says he has stayed positive in the wake of Saturday’s thumping at the hands of sixth ranked Ohio State. The Buckeyes blew the game open in the second half in a 76-47 win in Iowa City. The Hawkeyes hit the road for tonight’s (Tuesday) game at nationally ranked Michigan State. The Hawks have handled the road well in Big Ten play with victories at Wisconsin and Minnesota. The Spartans are 3-0 in the Big Ten after a victory over Wisconsin last Tuesday and they have won 16 straight games at home against the Hawks. Michigan State coach Tom Izzo says he is not concerned about his team overlooking Iowa.
Izzo says the Hawks have made big strides this season. Iowa is 2-2 in the Big Ten and 10-7 overall. Pre-game coverage begins at 5-p.m. on KJAN, tip-time is at 6-p.m.

HSBB: Atlantic vs. Tri-Center Boys 01-09-2012

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January 10th, 2012 by Chris Parks

Jim Field and Chris Parks have the call of the game played Monday, January 9th.

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Monday’s High School Basketball Results

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January 10th, 2012 by Ric Hanson

BOYS BASKETBALL
Atlantic 60, Tri-Center 44 (Sam Markham and Harrison Hoegh had 14 for AHS)
Corning 68, Villisca 55
Boyer Valley 59, A-H-S-T 28
Harlan 51, St. Albert 50
IKM-Manning 73, Shenandoah 34
Kuemper Catholic 73, Red Oak 30
Maple Valley-Anthon-Oto 82, West Harrison 48
Stanton 61, Heartland Christian  15
Treynor 71, Underwood 35

GIRLS BASKETBALL
Atlantic 46, Tri-Center 45 (AHS rallied from a 40-26 4th quarter deficit, Alex Hartwig scored 16 pts)
Boyer Valley 59, A-H-S-T 28
IKM-Manning 46, Harlan 39
Kuemper Catholic 73, Red Oak 30
Maple Valley-Anthon-Oto 65, West Harrison 25
Shenandoah 64, Clarinda Academy 23
Stanton 80, Heartland Christian 25
Treynor 58, Underwood 48
Villisca 41, Corning 35

Iowa Boys Basketball Prep Poll released 1-9-2012

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January 9th, 2012 by Ric Hanson

The Top Ten teams in the Associated Press Iowa high school basketball poll with first-place votes in parentheses and won-loss record, total points and position last week at right:

Class 4A
Record Pts Prv
1. Iowa City West (10) 9-0 136 1
2. Ankeny (4) 9-0 128 2
3. Dubuque Senior 8-0 113 3
4. West Des Moines Valley 8-2 79 4
5. Marion Linn-Mar 6-2 76 9
6. Cedar Falls 6-2 64 7
7. Waukee 7-2 60 6
8. Sioux City East 8-2 53 5
9. Des Moines Roosevelt 7-2 20 NR
10. Cedar Rapids Jefferson 7-2 19 T8

Others receiving votes: Cedar Rapids Kennedy 7. Davenport Central 7. Eldridge North Scott 5. Council Bluffs Jefferson 2. Southeast Polk 1.

Class 3A
Record Pts Prv
1. Waverly-Shell Rock (13) 9-0 139 1
2. MOC-Floyd Valley (1) 11-0 125 2
3. Mount Pleasant 9-1 95 4
4. Sioux City Heelan 7-2 85 5
5. Iowa Falls-Alden 8-1 78 3
6. Webster City 8-1 49 NR
7. Davenport Assumption 6-3 41 6
8. Le Mars 7-2 36 7
9. Epworth, Western Dubuque 7-2 32 9
10. Carroll 7-2 23 NR

Others receiving votes: Dallas Center-Grimes 18. A-D-M, Adel 17. Atlantic 13. Ballard 7. Grinnell 4. Vinton-Shellsburg 4. Solon 2. Maquoketa 1. Dubuque Wahlert 1.

Class 2A
Record Pts Prv
1. West Marshall (8) 11-0 131 1
2. West Fork, Sheffield (4) 10-0 121 2
3. Denver 10-0 95 5
4. Mount Vernon (2) 9-1 92 4
5. Des Moines Christian 8-1 62 3
6. Fort Dodge St. Edmond 8-2 51 NR
7. Ogden 11-0 45 NR
8. Stanwood North Cedar 9-2 38 10
9. Beckman, Dyersville 9-2 26 9
10. Roland-Story 9-0 23 NR

Others receiving votes: Monticello 20. Hull Western Christian 16. Kuemper Catholic, Carroll 13. Sioux Center 13. Monona MFL-Mar-Mac 8. Forest City 5. Clarinda 5. Cascade 4. Monroe PCM 1. West Branch 1.

Class 1A
Record Pts Prv
1. Danville (12) 11-0 138 1
2. Storm Lake St. Mary’s (2) 9-0 123 2
3. Blairsburg NE Hamilton 11-0 110 3
4. Boyden-Hull 8-1 80 4
5. Treynor 9-0 71 5
6. Harris-Lake Park 11-0 69 8
7. Keota 10-0 51 NR
8. Kingsley-Pierson 7-1 30 6
9. Lone Tree 9-1 27 7
10. Greenfield Nodaway Valley 8-1 20 NR

Others receiving votes: Troy Mills North Linn 16. Buffalo Center North Iowa 15. Le Mars Gehlen Catholic 9. Mount Ayr 5. Lynnville-Sully 3. Algona Garrigan 2. Malvern 1.

UNI’s Dewitt leaves for FAU job

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January 9th, 2012 by Ric Hanson

CEDAR FALLS, Iowa (AP) — Northern Iowa defensive coordinator Jovan Dewitt is leaving the program to become the linebackers coach at Florida Atlantic in Boca Raton. Panthers coach Mark Farley says Dewitt will be joining the staff of first-year Owls coach Carl Pelini, a former assistant to his brother Bo Pelini, the head coach at Nebraska. Farley says Dewitt did a great job for the Panthers, adding that the move to FAU is a great opportunity for him. Dewitt spent the past three seasons at Northern Iowa. He was the linebackers coach in 2009-10 and became the defensive coordinator last season.