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Denison Boys Golf Tourney Results


April 22nd, 2013 by Jim Field

 Team Scores:

  1. Atlantic 309
  2. Storm Lake 322
  3. Harlan 329
  4. Denison 339
  5. Boyer Valley 342
  6. Carroll 359
  7. Shenandoah 373
  8. Kuemper 400 JV
Atlantic Golfers
Evan Schuler 73 (2nd Place)

Sam Markham 76 (5th Place)

Ben Nelson 77 (6th Place)
Travis Olsen 83

Nick Barry 83
Cooper Zablocki 91

Atlantic Trojann Tennis Invitational Results


April 22nd, 2013 by Jim Field

Results from Harlan (moved there due to courts in Atlantic under construction – 4/20):

Team Standings:

1. Clarinda 30
T2. AL, Council Bluffs 23
T2. Lincoln, Des Moines 23
4. Harlan 16
5. Lewis Central 15
6. Atlantic 14
7. JV All-Stars 12
8. Audubon 7

#1 Singles

First round:
Joselyn Pullian 12 (Clar.) over Lauren Kjergaard 10 (Aud.) 6-0 6-1
Suzanne Peterson 12 (AL) over Madeline Jannes 10 (DML) 6-4 6-3
Leah Tjepkes 11 (Atl.) over Teresa Arkfeld 9 (H) 6-7(3) 6-4 1-0(7)
Amy Epperson 11 (LC) over Sarah Cabeen 9 (JV) 6-0 6-3

Peterson over Pullian 6-2 4-6 1-0(2)
Epperson over Tjepkes 7-5 1-6 1-0(6)

Consolation Semifinals:
Jannes over Kjergaard 6-2 6-0
Cabeen over Arkfeld 6-3 6-0

Peterson over Epperson 6-3 6-1

3rd Place:
Pulliam over Tjepkes 6-4 6-2

5th Place:
Jannes over Cabeen 5-7 6-0 1-0(6)

7th Place:
Arkfeld over Kjergaard 8-1

#1 Doubles

First round:
Tara Knudson 10/Jessica DuVal 9 (JV) over Maddie Christensen 11/Hannah Schmitz 12 (Au.) 3-6 6-2 1-0(4)
Emily Cox 12/Gracie Benton 10 (DML) over Lexi Allen 11/Lisa Gearheart 11 (Atl.) 6-0 6-2
Alissa Andersen 12/Katie DuVal 11 (H) over Franki Farwell 11/Kim Keller 10 (AL) 6-1 6-4
Casey Dean 12/Hannah Davison 12 (Cl.) over Heidi Mailahn 12/Kaylee Reynolds 10 (LC) 6-1 6-2

Cox/Benton over Knudson/DuVal 6-0 6-0
Dean/Davison over Andersen/DuVal 6-4 1-6 1-0(8)

Consolation semifinals:
Allen/Gearheart over Christensen/Schmitz 6-3 6-2
Mailahn/Reynolds over Farwell/Keller 6-1, 4-6 1-0(11)

Dean/Davison over Cox/Benton 4-6 6-0 1-0(10)

3rd Place:
Andersen/DuVal over Knudson/DuVal 6-4 6-2

5th Place:
Allen/Gearheart over Mailahn/Reynolds 6-4 6-2

7th Place:
Farwell/Keller over Christensen/Schmitz 9-7

#2 Singles:
*Note: Audubon was one girl short, so an extra girl from Harlan (Mikels) played as an independent player and did not count toward team score

First Round:
Anastasia Mikels 12 (IND) over Mason Stouffer 11 (LC) 1-6 6-4 1-0(8)
Emma Pullen 10 (Clar.) over Katie Webb 12 (JV) 6-0 6-0
Haley Johnson 10 (DML) over Taylor Fah 11 (H) 6-2 6-2
Cassie Schilling 11 (AL) over Libby Gifford 12 (Atl.) 6-4 6-2

Pullen over Mikels 6-0 6-1
Johnson over Schilling 6-1 6-1

Consolation semifinals:
Stoufer over Webb 6-0 6-0
Gifford over Fah 6-4 7-5

Pullen over Johnson 6-2 6-2

3rd Place:
Schilling over Mikels 6-4 6-2

5th Place:
Stoufer over Gifford 6-4 6-2

7th Place:
Fah over Webb 8-1

#2 Doubles:

First round:
Krista Rogers 12/Kayla Rogers 12 (Clar.) over Hope Bowker 12/Mollee Welter 10 (Atl.) 6-1 6-2
Madison Forsyth 12/Lindsey Greer 12 (H) over Marta Bertanzetti 12/Timarie LaFoy 9 (Au.) 6-1 6-2
Kellie Murtle 10/Diana Yang 12 (DML) over Sarah Brayman 10/Monika Nikseresht 10 (LC) 6-4 1-6 1-0(10)
Brooke Criswell 10/Britteny Johnson 11 (AL) over Grace Jacob 10/Meghan Reilly 9 (JV) 6-2 6-3

Rogers/Rogers over Forsyth/Greer 6-1 6-2
Criswell/Johnson over Murtle/Yang 6-0 6-0

Consolation semifinals:
Bertanzetti/LaFoy over Bowker/Welter 1-6 6-4 1-0(7)
Jacob/Reilly over Brayman/Nikseresht 6-2 6-4

Rogers/Rogers over Criswell/Johnson 6-0 6-1

3rd Place:
Forsyth/Greer over Murtle/Yang 6-0 2-6 1-0(2)

5th Place:
Bertanzelli/LaFoy over Jacob/Reilly 6-2 6-3

7th Place:
Bowker/Welter over Brayman/Nikseresht 8-2

Kratz goes deep to lead Phillies past Cardinals


April 22nd, 2013 by Ric Hanson

PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Erik Kratz hit a three-run home run to break the game open in the eighth inning and lead the Philadelphia Phillies to a 7-3 win over the St. Louis Cardinals on Sunday night. Mike Adams (1-1) tossed a scoreless eighth inning to help the Phillies split the four-game series. The Phillies snapped a 3-3 tie with a four-run eighth that put the game away. Michael Young extended his hitting streak to 12 games with an infield single off reliever Mitchell Boggs (0-2). Dom Brown singled to put runners on the corners with one out. Ben Revere made it 4-3 on a go-ahead single up the middle. Kratz then hit the first pitch deep into the left-field seats for a three-run homer and a 7-3 lead.

Running backs showcased at Iowa State spring game


April 21st, 2013 by Ric Hanson

AMES, Iowa (AP) — Fifteen spring practices give college coaches a chance to develop and feel out what their team will be. The last of those practices for the Iowa State football team was held Saturday in Jack Trice Stadium. Players switched sides throughout the scrimmage, highlighting the competition for playing time.

Eleven starters from last year’s bowl loss return for Iowa State, which is trying to reach its fourth bowl game in five seasons under coach Paul Rhoads. Saturday afternoon gave an early look at the team’s running back corps — a group that’s impressed the Iowa State coaching staff and appears to be a strength.

DeVondrick Nealy — a 5-foot-10, 183-pound sophomore — had a game-high 18 carries and 142 yards, scoring touchdowns with the first- and second-team offenses. Junior college transfer Aaron Wimberly, a 5-foot-9 speedster, had 15 carries for 89 yards and was targeted several occasions for pass plays.

Cardinals shut-out Phillies Saturday, 5-0


April 21st, 2013 by Ric Hanson

PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Lance Lynn threw one-hit ball for seven innings and Carlos Beltran homered for the third straight game to lead the St. Louis Cardinals to a 5-0 shutout at the Philadelphia Phillies last night. Lynn did not allow a hit in Philadelphia until John Mayberry Junior led off the fifth inning with a double. Lynn struck out eight and walked three in his longest outing of the season.

7AM Sportscast 04-20-2013

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April 20th, 2013 by Chris Parks

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Friday Track and Field Results


April 20th, 2013 by Chris Parks

Jerome Howe Relays @ Treynor

Team Standings

1. Council Bluffs St. Albert 158, 2. Griswold 104, 3. Treynor 75, 4. Underwood 67, 5. Logan-Magnolia 59, 6. AHST 31, 7. Exira-EHK 20, 8. Riverside 18, 9. Nishnabotna 12, 10. CAM 4

Individual Winners

100meters: Dane Livengood, Treynor.  400meters: Trevor Mckee, CAM.  110hurdles: Austin Konsor, Underwoood.  1,600meter relay: Underwood.  Shuttle hurdle relay: Underwood.  1,600meter medley: Treynor.  Shot put: Ricky Williams, Riverside.  Discus: Paul Hutson, Logan-Magnolia.  High Jump: Dillon Wills, Logan-Magnolia.  Long Jump: Aaron Metheny, Griswold.

Friday High School Golf/Tennis Results


April 20th, 2013 by Chris Parks

Results from Friday, April 19th

Girls Golf

Carroll Kuemper 178, Denison 235  (Morgan Naberhaus and Mara Marsching of Carroll Kuemper earned medalist honors by both shooting 41.)

Girls Tennis

Glenwood 9, Atlantic 0

Denison 7, Audubon 2

Boys Tennis

Atlantic 5, Glenwood 4 (Atlantic took two of three doubles matches to get the winning point after the teams split singles matches.)

Denison 9, Audubon 0

Friday High School Soccer Scores


April 20th, 2013 by Chris Parks


  • Omaha South 10,  Glenwood 0
  • Riverside, Oakland 3, A-H-S-T, Avoca 0
  • Spencer 2, Fort Dodge 0


  • Dallas Center-Grimes 7, Carlisle 0
  • Fort Dodge 2, Spencer 0
  • Harlan 6, Missouri Valley 0
  • Ralston Invite v. Ralston (NE) 4, Council Bluffs, Abraham Lincoln 1
  • Waukee 4, A-D-M, Adel/Van Meter 0

Halladay Tosses Gem, Phillies Down Cards


April 20th, 2013 by Chris Parks

PHILADELPHIA (AP) – Roy Halladay tossed a two-hitter over seven innings and the Philadelphia Phillies beat the St. Louis Cardinals 8-2 Friday night in a rain-shortened game to snap a four-game losing streak.

Halladay (2-2) allowed two runs, walked two and struck out six to record a complete game. He’s had consecutive strong outings after starting the season with two poor ones. The two-time Cy Young Award winner is coming off an injury-plagued, subpar year, but has looked like his old self this week.

Jimmy Rollins, Ben Revere, Humberto Quintero and John Mayberry Jr. each had two hits for the Phillies, who busted out of their slump with five runs off Jaime Garcia (1-1) in the first inning.

Carlos Beltran and Matt Holliday hit solo homers for the Cardinals.

The game was called after a 35-minute rain delay before the bottom of the seventh.