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Hawkeye 10 Boys Track & Field Championships

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May 8th, 2012 by Jim Field

Team Scores:

  1. Glenwood 141
  2. Creston 105
  3. Harlan 103
  4. Shenandoah 55
  5. Lewis Central 39
  6. Atlantic 37
  7. Clarinda 23
  8. Kuemper Catholic 21
  9. Red Oak 18
  10. Denison 16

Event Winners:

  • High Jump:  Riley Blay (LC)
  • Long Jump:  Ben Landers (Cr)
  • Discus:  Tyler Hovey (A)
  • Shot Put:  Collin Bevins (Cr)
  • 4 x 800:  Glenwood
  • 3200:  Brandon Phipps (Cr)
  • Shuttle Hurdle:  Harlan
  • 100:  Joey Foss (H)
  • 400:  Derek Jones (G)
  • 4 x 200:  Shenandoah
  • 110 Hurdles:  Austin Hess (H)
  • 1600:  Mark Abrams (G)
  • 200:  Matt Evers (H)
  • 400 Hurdles:  Derek Jones (G)
  • Distance Medley:  Glenwood
  • 800:  Jay Wolfe (Cr)
  • 4 x 100:  Glenwood
  • 4 x 400:  Glenwood

Monday Golf Results

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May 8th, 2012 by Jim Field

Girls:

  • Treynor 212, AHST 245 (Medalist: Jennifer Owens, Treynor 51; Runner-up: Gracie Myers, Treynor 51)

Boys:

  • Treynor 177, A-H-S-T 220 (Medalist: Todd Schmidt, AHST 39; Runner-up: Brad Bailey, Treynor 41)
  • Villisca 188, Bedford 202, Lenox 214 (Medalist: Cole Sunderman, Villisca 42; Runner-up: Evan Baldwin, Villisca 43)

Audubon Tops Underwood in Boys/Girls Golf

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May 8th, 2012 by Jim Field

On Monday, May 7, Underwood visited Audubon Golf and Country Club for a dual meet against the Audubon Wheelers.  The Audubon boys ran their dual record to 9-1 with a 164-200 win.  Michael Bylund regained his old form, shooting a 37, and Andy Hoffmann was runner-up medalist with 41.  Andrew Irlmeier and Nick Fett contributed 43’s to the team total.  Andrew Foutch was low man for the Eagles with 46.
Lucas Smith-Petersen led Audubon’s JV team with a 40, and the team total was 176, lowest for the JV this season by one stroke.  The JV’s only loss this year was at Treynor.  Brock Deist (45), Chase Petersen (45), and Logan McVay (46) rounded out the JV scoring.
The Audubon Varsity boys record against all competition is 27-5.  The team travels to Sectional Tournament at Dunlap this Friday, May 11.

On the girls side, Audubon defeated Underwood by a score of 193-222.  The Wheelers’ Susie Bylund was medalist with the low round of 44.  Rachel Flug of Audubon was runner-up with a 47.  Faith Fliflet shot 50 and Lexie Thygesen shot 52 for the Wheelers.  Erika Casson led Underwood with a 50.

Hawkeye 10 Girls Golf Championships

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May 8th, 2012 by Jim Field

@ Carroll Country Club

Team Scores:

  1. Kuemper Catholic – 365
  2. Atlantic – 391
  3. Clarinda – 396
  4. Harlan – 404
  5. Lewis Central – 407
  6. Denison – 444
  7. Shenandoah – 458
  8. Glenwood – 495
  9. Creston – no score
  10. Red Oak – no score

Medalist:  Morgan Naberhaus – Kuemper – 87
3rd – Brooke Fletcher – Atlantic – 91 (48-43)
6th – Kaitlynn Walter – Atlantic – 94 (49-45)
10th – Bailey Walter – Atlantic – 97  (47-50)

other Atlantic scores:
Shelby Worth 60-49-109
Katie Blake  84-79-163

Coach Kathy Hobson says:  Despite finishing second in a very good conference, I was very disappointed that we didn’t give Kuemper a closer meet.  And, disappointed we shot 40 strokes more than at our tournament earlier in the week.  We played the back 9 substantially better than the front going 204-187.  As we start district play, we are going to have to be at our best to have a chance to advance. Our district is pretty solid.  Putting is still at times a real struggle for some of our girls due to rushing and lack of concentration.

Tuesday Soccer Results

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May 8th, 2012 by Jim Field

Girls:

  • Atlantic 1, Creston 0 (shoot out @ Atlantic 5/07/12)  Atlantic & Creston remained scoreless after regulation play & 2 10 minute overtimes.  The game goes to a shoot out where Emily Mitchell, Ali Hosfelt & Cassie Long make their PKS and Maren McNees saves 3 penalty shots to notch the win over Creston.  The Trojanns  travel to Denison on Thursday.
  • Sioux City East 6, Denison 0

Nodaway Valley Boys Invitational Track Results

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May 8th, 2012 by Ric Hanson

Team Scores:

  1. Mt. Ayr Community 85
  2. Nodaway Valley 75
  3. Martensdale-St. Marys 68
  4. Griswold 65
  5. Interstate 35 59
  6. Central Decatur 48
  7. Melcher-Dallas 33
  8. Pleasantville  22
  9. Bedford  22
  10. Adair-Casey 21
  11. West Central Valley 20
  12. Clarinda Academy 16
  13. East Union  9
  14. Corning  9
  15. Southeast Warren 6

Event Winners:

  • 100:  Cory Harding (MSM)
  • 200:  Cory Harding (MSM)
  • 400:  Nick Petersen (I-35)
  • 800:  Trent Verwers (MSM)
  • 1600:  Trent Verwers (MSM)
  • 3200:  Colton Graham (NV)
  • 110 Hurdles:  Shawn Harrah (CD)
  • 400 Hurdles:  Nick Petersen (I-35)
  • 4 x 100:  Bedford
  • 4 x 200:  Griswold
  • 4 x 400:  Griswold
  • 4 x 800:  Griswold
  • Sprint Medley:  Central Decatur
  • Shuttle Hurdle:  Martensdale-St. Marys
  • Shot Put:  Dustin Pritchett (MA)
  • Discus:  Dustin Pritchett (MA)
  • High Jump:  Braydee Poore (MA)
  • Long Jump:  Briar Vogel (I-35)

Tri-Center Trojan Girls Relay Results

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May 8th, 2012 by Ric Hanson

Team Scores:

  1. Treynor 123
  2. Tri-Center 78
  3. IKM-Manning  69.5
  4. Audubon 69
  5. Exira/EHK 49
  6. Boyer Valley 39
  7. Maple Valley 34
  8. A-H-S-T 29
  9. Underwood 23
  10. Missouri Valley 22
  11. St. Albert 21
  12. West Harrison 12
  13. Logan-Magnolia 11
  14. Nodaway Valley 9
  15. CAM 50

Event Winners:

  • High Jump:  Chaley Rath (T)
  • Long Jump:  Morgan Koenings (MAV)
  • Shot Put:  Kaylee Blake (IKM/M)
  • Discus:  Kaylee Blake (IKM/M)
  • 3000:  Dana Johnson (A)
  • 4 x 800:  Tri-Center
  • 100:  Emma Konkler (A)
  • Shuttle Hurdle:  Audubon
  • 400:  Sarah Schlichte (IKM/M)
  • Distance Medley:  St. Albert
  • 100 Hurdles:  Chaley Rath (T)
  • 4 x 200:  A-H-S-T
  • 200:  Emma Konkler (A)
  • 800:  Ashtyn Alfers (T-C)
  • 400 Hurdles:  Chaley Rath (T)
  • Sprint Medley:  Exira/EHK
  • 1500:  Ashtyn Alfers (T-C)
  • 4 x 100:  Audubon
  • 4 x 400:  Tri-Center

Tickets Available for Iowa’s Opener in Chicago

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May 8th, 2012 by Ric Hanson

DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) – Iowa says that tickets for its season opener against Northern Illinois at Chicago’s Soldier Field are now available to the general public. The Hawkeyes say tickets range from $60-80 for the neutral site game, which will be held on Sept. 1.  Iowa says nearly 15,000 of its season-ticket holders have already purchased tickets.  The Hawkeyes finished 7-6 a year ago, while Northern Illinois won its last nine games. But Iowa is 7-0 against the Huskies, including a 16-3 win at Soldier Field in 2007.

Lynn goes to 6-0, 5 Cardinals homer in 9-6 victory

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May 8th, 2012 by Ric Hanson

PHOENIX (AP) — Lance Lynn gave up three hits through five scoreless innings to become the majors’ first six-game winner and the St. Louis Cardinals held on for a 9-6 victory over the Arizona Diamondbacks on Monday night. Rafael Furcal hit the 30th leadoff home run of his career for St. Louis, the first of five homers for the Cardinals on the night. Carlos Beltran and Matt Holliday hit consecutive homers to open the third off Joe Saunders (2-2). Allen Craig and David Freese homered to start the seventh after Arizona had scored six times in the sixth to cut the lead to 7-6. Lynn (6-0), the first St. Louis pitcher to start the season with six wins since Bob Tewksbury in 1994, left with a 7-0 lead. Cody Ransom hit a two-run homer in the Diamondbacks’ rally.

Iowa family gets $216,000 for balls signed by Ruth

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May 7th, 2012 by Ric Hanson

DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) – An Iowa family’s collection of baseballs signed by slugger Babe Ruth just before he died has sold at auction for more than $200,000.  Heritage Auctions director Chris Ivy says eight balls signed by Ruth during a trip to Spencer in 1948 sold for just over $216,000 on Friday.  One ball in near-mint condition went for $77,000, while two others sold for just over $13,000.  Ivy says Ruth visited a Ford dealership in Spencer owned by John Hart 64 years ago. Hart’s family kept eight of the dozens of balls Ruth signed in a safe deposit box for more than six decades until deciding recently to put them up for auction.