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Chiefs’ Charles continues to break records

Sports

December 7th, 2013 by Ric Hanson

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — Jamaal Charles is about as difficult to catch in the locker room as he is in the open field, where he routinely makes defenders look foolish with his swiveling hips and world-class speed. But if you catch him for a moment, you’ll quickly learn why he’s among the best in the NFL: The pursuit of perfection drives him every day.

Charles enters the weekend third in the NFL and tops in the AFC with 1,011 yards rushing, and his 4.6 yards per carry is tied for seventh among those with at least 100 attempts. He also has nine TDs rushing, one behind league leader Adrian Peterson of the Vikings.

Hawkeyes, Cyclones headline Iowa doubleheader

Sports

December 7th, 2013 by Ric Hanson

DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — The Cyclones and Hawkeyes are at the forefront of a college basketball resurgence in Iowa. Each have already earned Top 25 rankings and are drawing sellout crowds well ahead of conference play. They’ve also overshadowed a surprisingly strong start by Drake. The Bulldogs were picked to finish last in the Valley this season. But so far they’re 6-1 under first-year coach Ray Giacoletti.

Drake will get its chance to make a statement when it faces No. 23 Iowa (8-1) today (Saturday) at the Big 4 Classic in Des Moines. The second annual event replaced the old home-and-home scheduling arrangements between the Hawkeyes, Cyclones and their Missouri Valley rivals.

No. 17 Iowa State (6-0) kicks off the doubleheader against Northern Iowa (3-4).

Area girls high school basketball scores from Fri., 12/6/13

Sports

December 7th, 2013 by Ric Hanson

Adair-Casey 56, CAM, Anita 28

ADM, Adel 58, Winterset 31

Audubon 53, Riverside, Oakland 45

Bedford 58, Lenox 32

Bondurant Farrar 73, Carroll 10

Coon Rapids-Bayard 56, Glidden-Ralston 25

Earlham 64, Madrid 33

East Sac County 64, Prairie Valley, Gowrie 32

Exira/Elk Horn-Kimballton 46, Woodbine 37

Glenwood 58, Creston 35

Griswold 51, A-H-S-T, Avoca 31

Harlan 66, Shenandoah 28

IKM-Manning 77, Underwood 58

Kuemper Catholic, Carroll 62, Clarinda 46

Maple Valley-Anthon-Oto 43, Lawton-Bronson 23

Melcher-Dallas 58, Orient-Macksburg 23

Mount Ayr 44, Southwest Valley 30

OA-BCIG 72, Westwood, Sloan 26

Panorama, Panora 74, West Central Valley, Stuart 44

Paton-Churdan 54, Charter Oak-Ute 39

Red Oak 43, Lewis Central 33

Sioux City, East 62, Council Bluffs, Thomas Jefferson 19

St. Albert, Council Bluffs 39, Atlantic 32

Stanton 59, South Page, College Springs 22

Treynor 68, Logan-Magnolia 30

Tri-Center, Neola 59, Missouri Valley 45

Woodbury Central, Moville 70, Kingsley-Pierson 55

Area boys high school basketball scores from Fri., 12/6/13

Sports

December 7th, 2013 by Ric Hanson

A-H-S-T, Avoca 53, Griswold 40

ADM, Adel 64, Winterset 44

Ar-We-Va, Westside 64, Boyer Valley, Dunlap 57

Audubon 50, Riverside, Oakland 47

Bedford 49, Lenox 40

CAM, Anita 44, Adair-Casey 42

Carroll 69, Bondurant Farrar 67

Coon Rapids-Bayard 42, Glidden-Ralston 32

Creston 62, Glenwood 53

Earlham 63, Madrid 49

East Sac County 76, Prairie Valley, Gowrie 50

Fremont Mills, Tabor 74, Clarinda Academy 73

Harlan 80, Shenandoah 32

IKM-Manning 45, Underwood 44

Kuemper Catholic, Carroll 76, Clarinda 58

Lewis Central 72, Red Oak 58

Maple Valley-Anthon-Oto 57, Lawton-Bronson 56, OT

Mount Ayr 58, Southwest Valley 54

Nishnabotna 57, Essex 45

Nodaway Valley 76, East Union, Afton 36

OA-BCIG 75, Westwood, Sloan 34

Sioux City, East 73, Council Bluffs, Thomas Jefferson 39

St. Albert, Council Bluffs 57, Atlantic 41

Stanton 73, South Page, College Springs 48

Treynor 70, Logan-Magnolia 37

Tri-Center, Neola 72, Missouri Valley 49

Woodbine 51, Exira/Elk Horn-Kimballton 42

Supreme Court upholds Iowa hunting laws

Ag/Outdoor, News, Sports

December 6th, 2013 by Ric Hanson

DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) – The Iowa Supreme Court has upheld Iowa’s hunting laws ruling that just because someone owns land in Iowa it doesn’t mean they have a right to hunt on it. The court finds that Iowa’s laws that provide hunting advantages to permanent residents do not violate the constitutional rights of nonresident landowners.  Three men who own land in Iowa but have permanent homes in other states challenged Iowa’s hunting laws as unconstitutional claiming they discriminate against nonresident landowners.

The court says Iowa lawmakers have developed an extensive statutory scheme that results in the conclusion “that landownership in Iowa is not accompanied by the right to hunt on one’s own land.”  The men objected to Iowa laws that make more licenses available to permanent residents at a lower price.

8AM Sportscast 12-06-2013

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December 6th, 2013 by Chris Parks

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Boys Basketball Live Tonight on KJAN!

Sports

December 6th, 2013 by Jim Field

Tonight we will begin our 2013-14 season of high school basketball coverage in Council Bluffs.  We will feature Atlantic opening their season with a road match-up at St. Albert in boys hoops.  The Falcons are coming off a season opening loss to Wahoo Newman, Nebraska last night and will host a Trojans team that will have lots of new faces after losing their top seven last year to graduation.  This will also be the debut for Atlantic head coach Alan Jenkins on the bench.  We are on the air at 7:30 tonight on AM 1220, FM 101.1, on the web at kjan.com and you can watch the game courtesy of KJAN TV.  We’ll be streaming the live video of the game on the TV page at kjan.com.  Join Jim Field and Chris Parks for all the action!

Thursday Wrestling Results

Sports

December 6th, 2013 by Jim Field

  • Audubon 55, Griswold 16
  • Audubon 39, Atlantic/CAM 35
  • Atlantic/CAM 57, Griswold 6
  • Clarinda 48, Lewis Central 21
  • Lewis Central 50, Shenandoah 18
  • Clarinda 75, Shenandoah 6
  • Red Oak 41, Missouri Valley 27
  • Denison-Schleswig 37, Red Oak 36
  • Denison-Schleswig 46, Missouri Valley 33
  • Glenwood 72, St. Albert 6
  • Glenwood 63, Kuemper Catholic 9
  • Kuemper Catholic 54, St. Albert 24
  • Underwood 45, Southwest Iowa 30
  • A-H-S-T 48, Exira/EHK 30
  • Clarke 48, Southwest Valley 27

Nebraska to start selling bowl game tickets Monday

Sports

December 6th, 2013 by Ric Hanson

LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) — Nebraska fans will be able to begin buying bowl game tickets Monday morning. The Huskers won’t find out what bowl they will play in until Sunday evening, but this year will be the 50th bowl appearance for Nebraska all-time. Only Texas and Alabama have more bowl appearances. Nebraska finished the regular season with an 8-4 record in the Big Ten Conference.

The Huskers appear most likely to receive an invitation to play in either the Buffalo Wild Wings Bowl in Tempe, Ariz., or the Gator Bowl in Jacksonville, Fla. Both those bowl games have ties to the Big Ten.

No. 25 Iowa beats No. 22 Syracuse 97-91

Sports

December 6th, 2013 by Ric Hanson

IOWA CITY, Iowa (AP) — Melissa Dixon scored seven of her game-high 27 points in the final 1:22 as No. 25 Iowa came back to defeat 22nd-ranked and previously unbeaten Syracuse 97-91 in the Big Ten/ACC challenge Thursday night. Dixon hit all 27 points — on 7 of 11 3-pointers — after halftime as Iowa (9-1) clawed back from a 47-37 gap.

Bethany Doolittle scored a career-high 25 for the Hawkeyes, Samantha Logic added 14 and Kali Peschel 10 with eight rebounds. The Hawkeyes hadn’t led since 12:06 of the first half when a Dixon 3 brought them to 71-69, and then Peschel grabbed a defensive rebound and scored for a 72-71 lead.

Syracuse (8-1) was led by 25 points on 10-for-13 shooting from Brittney Sykes, who also hauled down 10 boards. Sykes scored 10 of her points in the final 7:14 as she and Iowa’s Dixon and Logic traded baskets and the lead.