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2013 Iowa Girls’ Coaches Association All-State Basketball Teams

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March 8th, 2013 by Jim Field

Class 1-A

1st Team
Lexi Ackerman, Central Lyon
Renee Maneman, Newell Fonda
Dia Keahna, Meskwaki Settelment
Kayla Lindemeyer, Bedford
Samantha Meyers, Grundy Center
Paige Danner, Ar-We-Va
Jade Lynn Vlotho, West Sioux
Andrea Christensen, Newell Fonda

2nd Team
Morgan Myers, Burlington Notre Dame
Alee Hugen, Twin Cedars
Madison Eley, Colo Nesco
London Vais, Adair Casey
Kameo Pope, Belle Plaine
Amanda Focht, Villisca
Kelsey Ackerman, Central Lyon
Danielle Bender, Marquette Catholic

3rd Team
Kori Schulte, Central Lyon
Morgan Johnson, Earlham
Taylor Hickey, Burlington Notre Dame
Kate Patton, Murray
Jasmine Demers, Storm Lake St Mary’s
Katelynn Tracy, Moravia
Hannah Poppe, Clarksville
Rachel Smith, Exira-EHK

State Coach of the Year: Dan Kruse & Bruce Eckenrod, Central Lyon

Class 2-A

1st Team
Brooke Wolterstorff, Western Christian
Kaylee Blake, IKM-Manning
Ellie Herzberg, NW Webster
Nicole Miller, North Linn
Josie Kopal, Lawton-Bronson
Mallory Boyle, North Mahaska
Kelsey Ernst, Bellevue
Olivia Godfrey, Panorama

2nd Team
Anna Mallen, West Hancock
Lexi Albrecht, Kuemper Catholic
Alissa Pollema, Western Christian
Jenna Lehman, Regina, Iowa City
Hannah Haynes, Van Buren
Ashley Williams, Lawton-Bronson
Lauren Hedlund, Hinton
Paige Engbers, Pella Christian

3rd Team
Haleigh Hempen, Aplington-Parkersburg
Cori Uitermarkt, Pella Christian
Alex Yoerger, Hinton
Renee Huber, Maquoketa Valley
Tiffany Stubbs, Des Moines Christian
Casey Miles, Hudson
Morgan Muhlbauer, IKM Manning
Rachel Freland, West Marshall

State Coach of the Year: Bill Harmsen, Western Christian

Class 3-A

1st Team
Alexis Conaway, MOC-Floyd Valley
Paige Greiner, Williamsburg
Danielle Moore, Davenport, Assumption
Miranda Murphy, North Polk
Hailey Schneden, Davenport Assumption
Allie Sievert, Estherville Lincoln Central
Daneshia Snitker, Waukon
KJ Veldman, Spirit Lake

2nd Team
Taryn Barz, Hampton-Dumont
Ashley Burrows, Bondurant-Farrar
Miranda Chapman, Mount Vernon
Jennifer Kennedy, Greene County
Emily Kirchner, Estherville Lincoln Central
Andrea Larson, Mediapolis
Addie Oberman, Northeast, Goose Lake
Arika Wooldridge, Center Point-Urbana

3rd Team
Haley Birks, South Central, Calhoun
Kate Fennelly, Davenport Assumption
Jessica Helton, Nevada
Sara Heywood, Estherville Lincoln Central
Traci Keller, Central Lee
Emily McDonald, MOC-Floyd Valley
Megan Murphy, North Polk
Kennedy Salow, Center Point-Urbana

State Coach of the Year: Mallory Youngblut, Davenport Assumption

Class 4-A

1st Team
Madison Weekly, Benton
Kena Veldhuizen, Oskaloosa
Aftin Phyfe, Waverly-Shell Rock
Aubrey Norville, Lewis Central
Claire Marburger, Perry
MaKayla Augustine, Heelan
Taylor Benshoof, Winterset
Rachel Dunlap, Keokuk

2nd Team
Katie Ahrenholtz, Ballard
Grace Newman, Glenwood
Mariah Criswell, Winterset
Logan Lynch, Wahlert
Deja Jackson, Grinnell
Kirstin Martindale, Spencer
Brittany Holdsworth, Carroll
Jess Schaben, Harlan

3rd Team
Kayla Armstrong, Xavier
Sidney Baumann, Fairfield
Megan McCarthy, Heelan
Dani Heritage, Dallas Center-Grimes
Ashley Stulken, Xavier
Naomi Phillips, Waverly-Shell Rock
Evan Hundley, North Scott
Michalyn Mohr, Marion

State Coach of the Year: Tom Lilly, Xavier

Class 5-A

1st Team
Jadda Buckley, Mason City
Caitlin Ingle, SE Polk
Ally Disterhoft, IC West
Shaya Kellogg, Ames
Haley Lorenzen, IC High
Lettie Lerma, Muscatine
Blaire Thomas, Waterloo West
Dani Franklin, CR Washington

2nd Team
Britney Boland, Waukee
Haley Faber, Dowling Catholic
Brittany Hedrick, Ankeny
Roichelle Marble, DM East
Shareece Burrell, DM East
Mickey Hansche, IC High
Jaali Winters, Ankeny
Grace Vander Weide, West Des Moines Valley

3rd Team
Meredith Burkhall, DM Roosevelt
Haley Puk, Waterloo West
Madi Dellamuth, CR Prairie
Cortni Rush, Mason City
Emily Clemens, Muscatine
Madi Robson, Ankeny
Annie Penquite, SE Polk
Tanya Meyer, Sioux City West

State Coach of the Year: Tracy Dailey, SE Polk

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Kozma and Descalso homer, Cardinals beat Yankees

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March 8th, 2013 by Ric Hanson

JUPITER, Fla. (AP) — Pete Kozma and Daniel Descalso each homered and the St. Louis Cardinals, set to play the whole season without All-Star shortstop Rafael Furcal, beat the New York Yankees 7-6 Thursday. Hours earlier, the Cardinals said Furcal will undergo ligament replacement surgery in his right elbow and expects to miss the year. Kozma, Furcal’s likely replacement, hit a solo home run in the fifth inning and also singled. Descalso, who could also see time at short, hit a two-run homer in the seventh. The Cardinals were without outfielder Matt Holliday, who had a stomach virus. Yankees starter Ivan Nova allowed one run in three innings. St. Louis scored three times in the ninth. Kolton Wong hit a tying, two-run homer and a pair of errors set up Adron Chambers’ winning single.

Drake beats Bradley 81-66 in MVC tournament

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March 8th, 2013 by Ric Hanson

ST. LOUIS (AP) — Chris Hines scored 16 points and Drake defeated Bradley 81-66 Thursday in the opener of the Missouri Valley Conference tournament. The ninth-seeded Bulldogs (15-16) earned a quarterfinal game against regular-season champion Creighton on Friday. Joey King scored 15 and Gary Ricks added 14 points for Drake. The Bulldogs led by as many as 17 points in the first half, though the Braves scored the last eight of the half to cut Drake’s lead at the break to 41-32.

Bradley (16-16) got within three with 6½ minutes left, but Drake went on a 13-0 run to put it out of reach in St. Louis, Missouri. Jake Eastman had 15 points and eight rebounds for the eighth-seeded Braves. Will Egolf also scored 15 points, Walt Lemon Jr. scored 14 and Tyshon Pickett added 11 for Bradley, which improved nine games from last season’s 7-25 finish.

Ferentz’s future son-in-law to get new supervisor

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March 7th, 2013 by Ric Hanson

IOWA CITY, Iowa (AP) — The University of Iowa says an administrative assistant who is the future son-in-law of Coach Kirk Ferentz will no longer report to the football program to avoid nepotism concerns. Athletic director Gary Barta said Thursday that Tyler Barnes would now be supervised by Rick Klatt, who oversees the department’s marketing and media relations. He said Barnes had been a model employee, but the change in supervision was necessary because Barnes is planning to marry Ferentz’s 25-year-old daughter in July.

The announcement comes after The Gazette reported Ferentz didn’t disclose the relationship earlier to Barta. University records show that Ferentz last fall sought and received permission to extend Barnes’ temporary position for a second year through Jan. 2014. Barta says a university review will determine Barnes’ “long-term employment options.”

Big 12 announces 5 weekday football games for ’13

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March 7th, 2013 by Ric Hanson

IRVING, Texas (AP) — Texas and Texas Tech will each play another Thursday game before their Thanksgiving night matchup in Austin this fall. The Big 12 on Thursday announced its lineup of five weekday football games, including another holiday game at home for the Longhorns. Before that, Texas Tech will host its Big 12 opener against TCU on Thursday night, Sept. 12. Texas plays at Iowa State on Oct. 3. Oklahoma travels to Baylor on Nov. 7, one of the Bears’ last home games before moving into a new stadium.

The weekday games fulfill a Big 12 contractual agreement with television partners Fox Sports and ESPN. Kansas State hosts North Dakota State for a Labor Day weekend opener on Friday, Aug. 30. Kickoff times and specific networks for each game will be announced later.

Iowa women defeat Northwestern 60-55

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March 7th, 2013 by Ric Hanson

HOFFMAN ESTATES, Ill. (AP) — Morgan Johnson and Jamie Printy scored 18 points apiece and Iowa defeated Northwestern 60-55 on Thursday in the first round of the Big Ten women’s tournament. Bethany Doolittle added 10 points and Samantha Logic grabbed 11 rebounds for the Hawkeyes (20-11), the seventh seed in the tournament. They advance to meet No. 21 Nebraska, the Big Ten’s second seed, in Friday’s quarterfinals.

Iowa never trailed in the game. It was 30-26 at halftime and the Hawkeyes led 57-42 with 3 minutes to go before the Wildcats battled back to make it close. Kendall Hackney led Northwestern (13-17), the No. 10 seed, with 13 points and four steals. Karly Roser scored 11 points, Alex Cohen scored 10 and Dannielle Diamant had a game-high 13 rebounds.

The teams also played on Sunday in Evanston, Ill., with Iowa winning 62-45.

Iowa to review job of Ferentz’s future son-in-law

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March 7th, 2013 by Ric Hanson

IOWA CITY, Iowa (AP) – The University of Iowa athletics department is considering whether to move the future son-in-law of Iowa Coach Kirk Ferentz out of the football program.  University spokesman Mark Braun said Thursday that Athletics Director Gary Barta is reviewing the employment of Tyler Barnes and would take appropriate action.

Braun said a report in The Gazette about Barnes’ hiring as administrative assistant for football raises questions about whether the school followed its policy on nepotism. He said Barnes and Ferentz have a relationship and the question now is how to handle it.

Barnes was hired without a search last year, and his temporary position was recently extended for a second year through January 2014. Barnes had previously worked in the athletics department. He got engaged last year to Ferentz’s 25-year-old daughter.

IA Boys State Basketball Scores & Schedule

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March 7th, 2013 by Ric Hanson

4A State Tournament, Wed., March 6th 2013
First Round
Bettendorf 62, Urbandale 53
Cedar Falls 57, Sioux City, North 46
Dubuque, Senior 58, Des Moines, Roosevelt 41
Iowa City, West 63, Dowling Catholic, West Des Moines 59, OT

Semi-finals – Thursday, March 7th
Class 1-A
Storm Lake St. Mary’s 61, Danville 55
12:15-p.m. Boyden-Hull vs.North Tama

The 1-A Championship game is at 6:05-p.m. Friday, March 8th

Class 2-A
2:00-p.m. West Fork vs. M-F-L/MarMac
3:45-p.m. Kuemper Catholic vs. Sheldon

The 2-A Championship game is at 8:05-p.m. Friday, March 8th

Class 3-A
6:35-p.m. Harlan vs. MOC/Floyd Valley
8:15-p.m. Davenport Assumption vs. Mt. Pleasant

The 3-A Championship game begins at 6:05-p.m. Saturday, March 9th

Cardinals Furcal to Undergo Tommy John Surgery

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March 7th, 2013 by Chris Parks

JUPITER, Fla., March 7, 2013 – The St. Louis Cardinals announced today that shortstop Rafael Furcal will undergo right elbow surgery next week.  Dr. James Andrews, who examined Furcal yesterday, is scheduled to perform “Tommy John” surgery on the three-time All-Star.