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Saturday Baseball/Softball

Sports

May 31st, 2011 by Jim Field

BASEBALL
Lo-Ma Classic
Treynor 14, OA-BCIG 2
Logan-Magnolia 16, Treynor 12

SOFTBALL
Red Oak Invitational
Red Oak 12, Griswold 2
Red Oak 5,Essex 2
Griswold 14, Essex 9
Walnut 11, Fremont-Mills 4
Walnut 12, Shenandoah 2
Shenandoah 8, Fremont-Mills 5
Essex 6, Fremont-Mills 2
Shenandoah 8, Griswold 6
Championship: Red Oak 10, Walnut 0

Charter Oak-Ute 10, Denison-Schleswig 9
Treynor 12, St. Albert 2
Treynor 10, Clarinda 2
Missouri Valley 2, Sioux City North 0 (Tiffani Housh, MV – two-hitter, 11 K’s)
Sioux City East 7, Missouri Valley 2

 

Friday Baseball/Softball

Sports

May 31st, 2011 by Jim Field

BASEBALL

  • Atlantic 6, Carroll 4Shenandoah 6, Sidney 0
  • Clarinda 7, Corning 6
  • Glenwood 16, Thomas Jefferson 2
  • Clarinda Academy 17, Stanton 7 (5 inn)
  • Griswold 11, Bedford 8
  • Tri-Center 7, Underwood 4
  • Treynor 15, Lenox 0 (4 inn)
  • Missouri Valley 11, Riverside 1 (5 inn)
  • Guthrie Center 2, IKM-Manning 1
  • Logan-Magnolia 10, Woodbine 0

SOFTBALL

  • Clarinda 12, Corning 6
  • Creston 7, Clarke 6 (9 Inn)
  • Nishnabotna 14, Essex 8
  • Fremont-Mills 11, Villisca 1 (6 innings)
  • Missouri Valley 4, Riverside 3
  • Underwood 4, Tri-Center 3
  • Treynor 12, Griswold 2
  • AHST 13, Audubon 0 (4 inn)
  • CAM 8, Guthrie Center 2

Trojann 3A/4A Classic (Friday, May 27)
Round one:
Abraham Lincoln 10, Atlantic 9 (8)

Carroll 12, Thomas Jefferson 0

Round Two:
Atlantic 9,  Thomas Jefferson 8

Carroll 6, Abraham Lincoln 3

Atlantic Highlights:

1  2  3  4  5  6  7  8    R  H  E
Atlantic  4  0  1  2  0  0  2  0 – 9  8  4
CB AL      1  0  0  4  1   1  2  1  – 10 10 0

WP-Michaela Kennedy  LP-Liz Metheny

Atlantic Scoring:
1st- With one out, Bre VonWehye reaches on an error and was driven in by
Tiara Edelman.  Liz Metheny was walked.  Tiara and Liz scored on a double
by Paige Kennon.  Kennon scored on a single by Katie Groves.

3ed- Tiara Edelman walked and moved to second on a sac bunt by Liz Metheny
then scored on a FC hit by Paige Kennon.

4th- Marissa Berns led off the inning with a walk and moved to second on
sac bunt by Alisha Hinzmann.  Leah Tjepke (CR for Berns)scored on a double
by ReAnn Cappel.

7th- Tiara Edelman is placed on second base as part of the international
tie breaker rule and moves to third on Liz Metheny’s sac bunt.  Paige
Kennon homers.

Comments by Coach Hinzmann…
“We jumped out early but let a good AL team battle back.  Unfortunately,
we coupled two or our errors with a walk and a hit in the fourth and gave
up four runs.  On the positive side, I felt we hit the ball against a very
good pitchers, led by Paige Kennon with a double, home run, and five
RBIs.”

1  2  3  4  5  6  7    R  H  E
CB TJ         1  4  0  1  0  2  0 – 8  8  3
Atlantic   0  1  2  5  0  0   1 – 9 11  2

WP-Marissa Berns  LP-Carly Williamson

Atlantic Scoring:
2nd- Katie Groves singles, steals second, moves to third on a fielders
choice hit by Leah Tjepke and scores on a fielders choice hit by Marissa
Berns.

3ed- Tiara Edelman reached on a FC, Liz Metheny walked both runners move
up on a FC by Paige Kennon.  Both runners score on a double by Mackenzie
Holmes.

4th-ReAnn Cappel leads off the inning with a single moves to third on
consecutive passed balls, and scores on an error hit by Tiara Edelman.
Liz Metheny singles scoring Edelman, Paige Kennon singles and both Metheny
and Kennon score on a Mackenzie Holmes double.  Holmes moves to third on
the play at the plate, then scores on a FC hit by Katie Groves.

7th-Leah Tjepke reaches on an error and moved to second on a FC hit by
Marissa Berns and then the walk off single by ReAnn Cappel.

Comments by Coach Hinzmann…
“Defensivly we played much better in game two.  It is encouraging that our
hitting continued from game one into game two, led by Kenzie with four
hits and four RBI’s.  ReAnn and Bre were also on base a lot tonight
getting two hits in this game.  Marissa came in late in the game and shut
down TJ allowing us an opportunity to win.”

 

State Tennis results

Sports

May 29th, 2011 by Ric Hanson

View the pairings and results here:

http://www.iahsaa.org/tennis/index.html

Boy’s State Golf Results

Sports

May 28th, 2011 by Ric Hanson

For the latest results, go to the Iowa High School Athletic Association’s website at

http://www.iahsaa.org/golf/spring/index.html.

 

Sports scores from Friday, May 27th

Sports

May 28th, 2011 by Ric Hanson

High School Baseball

Coon Rapids-Bayard 8, Prairie Valley 0

Tri-Center 7, Underwood 0

Clarinda 7, Corning 6

Glenwood 16, Council Bluffs-Thomas Jeferson 2

Shenandoah 6, Sidney 0

Council Bluffs-Lewis Central 2, Council Bluffs- St. Albert 1

Softball

Carroll 12, C.Bluffs/TJ 0

Carroll 6, C.Bluffs/Abe Lincoln 3

Winterset 8, Nodaway Valley 1

State Golf Tournament – Day 1 results

Class 1-A @ Lake Panorama National Resort

1st place Mason City/Newman Catholic, 332

2nd Algona/Bishop Garrigan, 337

3rd Hinton, 346

4th Grundy Center, 351

5th Belle Plaine, 354

6th Adair-Casey, 358

7th Corning, 384

8th Traer/North Tama, 409.

Adair-Casey Senior Taylor Wheatley is in 6th place individually, after a day 1 total of 78. Treynor Junior Brad Bailey was in 9th, with a total score of 80.

Class 2-A @ Spring Valley Golf Course

1st place Waterloo/Columbus Catholic, 311

2nd Carroll/ Kuemper Catholic, 312

3rd Jewell/South Hamilton, 327

4th Albia, 336

5th Des Moines Christian, 336

6th Forest Citry, 345

7th Donnellson/Central Lee 348

8th Nashua-Plainfield, 349

9th Emmetsburg, 351

Kuemper Senior Nathan Molak was in 7th place individually, after shooting a 76 on day 1. His Senior teammates Kyler Ludwig and Jacob Buelt were in 10th & 11th place, respectively, shooting a 78 and 79.

Class 3-A @ the Ames Golf & Country Club

Washington was in 1st place in the team scoring, with a day one total of 312. Creston was in 7th place, with a 333 total. Individually, Carroll’s Brad Christensen is in 11th place after an opening round of 78, and Creston‘s Carson Whittington ranked 16th after shooting a 79.

Boys Sub-State Soccer Semi-Finals

Sports

May 27th, 2011 by Jim Field

Class 1-A

  • Riverside 3, Tri-Center 2
  • MOC-Floyd Valley 2, Kuemper Catholic 0

Class 2-A

  • Glenwood 3, Carroll 0
  • Harlan 3, Denison 0

Class 3-A

  • Sioux City West 3, Abraham Lincoln 1

Thursday Baseball/Softball

Sports

May 27th, 2011 by Jim Field

Baseball:

ADM 2, Atlantic 1 (ADM’s Colin Buchman hit a double to drive in the game- winning RBI in the 4th inning.  Chris McVey was the tough luck loser for Atlantic giving up only 5 hits.  The Trojans could only manage two hits off ADM pitchers.)

Clarke-Osceola 2, Corning 1

Coon Rapids-Bayard 8, SE Webster 0

Griswold 14, CAM 8

Lewis Central 8, Tri-Center 5

Panorama 11, Elk Horn-Kimballton-Exira 0

Perry 12, Denison-Schleswig 5

Sidney 4, East Mills 3

Softball:

Charter Oak-Ute 8, West Harrison 1

Denison-Schleswig 14, IKM-Manning 0

Harlan 6, Missouri Valley 5

Logan-Magnolia 8, Underwood 5

Sidney 10, East Mills 9

Treynor 7, Corning 0

Winterset 3, Creston 2

Woodward-Granger 14, Coon Rapids-Bayard 1

Girls Regional Soccer Results

Sports

May 27th, 2011 by Jim Field

Class 2-A

  • Harlan 2, Atlantic 0 (Alisha Welter had 12 saves. Kari Sandage, Amy Loverin & Kate Wheatley had 10 steals & interceptions apiece)
  • Carroll 5, Storm Lake 0
  • Winterset 1, Nodaway Valley/Adair-Casey/West Central Valley 0 (Shootout)

Class 1-A

  • Riverside 2, Underwood 1 (OT)

Hawks to Face Nebraska, Indiana at 11:00 am

Sports

May 26th, 2011 by Jim Field

Iowa City, Iowa (AP) — Iowa’s first Big Ten game against border foe Nebraska will kick off at 11:00 am.  The University announced Wednesday the start time for the highly anticipated game in Lincoln on November 25.  The Hawkeyes also say they’ll kick off at 11:00 am against Indiana at home on October 22.  Iowa’s games against the Huskers and Hoosiers, along with its 6:00 pm kick-off in Kinnick Stadium against Northwestern on October 15, are the only ones with set starting times so far.  The Hawkeyes expect start times for their first three games to be announced in the near future.  Iowa, which finished 8-5 in 2010, opens its season on September 3 against Tennessee Tech.  You can listen to all Iowa Hawkeye football games this fall on KJAN!

Girls Soccer Regionals Begin Tonight

Sports

May 26th, 2011 by Jim Field

Girls Regional Soccer  (Thursday)

Class 1-A

  • Kuemper Catholic @ Unity Christian (6:00)
  • Riverside @ Underwood (6:00)

Class 2-A

  • Atlantic @ Harlan (6:00)
  • Storm Lake vs. Carroll (@ Denison 6:00)
  • Nodaway Valley/Adair-Casey/West Central Valley @ Winterset (6:00)