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Class 5-A Girls State Golf at Panorama Cancelled

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May 29th, 2013 by Jim Field

Inclement weather has forced the cancellation of today’s Class 5A State Golf Meet at Lake Panorama. With the cancellation, the 18-hole scores from yesterday are now the tournament final results.

Waukee wins the team title for the second-straight year. Anna Cullinan of Pleasant Valley and Waukee’s Kelsy Shay will share medalist honors with an 18-hole score of 76.

 

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Tuesday Baseball/Softball Results

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May 29th, 2013 by Jim Field

Tuesday Baseball
Glenwood 7, Atlantic 3
Denison 13-6, Red Oak 0-2
Harlan 9, Shenandoah 2
Kuemper 11, Clarinda 1 (5 inn)
A-H-S-T 14, Griswold 5
Audubon 2, Underwood 1
ADM 6, Carroll 1
Adair-Casey 9, Orient-Macksburg 3
CAM 4, Iowa Christian Academy 3
Coon Rapids-Bayard 9, Woodward-Granger 2
Guthrie Center 6, Panorama 1
Treynor 8, Missouri Valley 3
Tri-Center 7, Riverside 2

Tuesday Softball
Denison 11-12, Red Oak 1-0
Harlan 12 Shenandoah 2 (5 inn)
Clarinda 17-4 Kuemper Catholic 5-14
A-H-S-T 7, Griswold 4
Ballard 12, Carroll 0
Charter Oak-Ute 5, IKM-Manning 3
Exira/EHK 7, Grandview Park Baptist 0
Panorama 11, Guthrie Center 9
Sergeant Bluff-Luton 11, CB Thomas Jefferson 0
Stanton 7, Villisca 2
Treynor 14, Missouri Valley 4
Underwood 7, Audubon 2
Woodward-Granger 8, Coon Rapids-Bayard 5

Tuesday Girls Regional Soccer

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May 29th, 2013 by Jim Field

Class 1-A
Atlantic 1, Creston 0 (Emily Mitchell scores, Creston 2 SOG)
Kuemper Catholic 4, Humboldt 1
Riverside 3, Missouri Valley 2 (2 OT/PK’s)
Underwood 3, A-H-S-T 0

Class 2-A
Abraham Lincoln 4, Perry 2
Lewis Central 4, Thomas Jefferson 1
Glenwood 1, Nodaway Valley/WCV/A-C 0
ADM 4, Norwalk 0

Girls State Golf – Round 1

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May 29th, 2013 by Jim Field

Class 1-A @ Marshalltown American Legion Course

  1. Grundy Center         357
  2. Bishop Garrigan      361
  3. Valley                         363
  4. Pleasantville            382
  5. New London            387
  6. Gehlen Catholic     393
  7. HLV                           409
  8. Corning                    463

1.  Alexa Capesius, Bishop Garrigan     79
2.  Hillary Samo, Grundy Center     83
3   Jodi Schott, Valley             83
15. Kaleigh Westlake, Corning         91
46. Serena Robinette, Griswold         114

Class 2-A @ Marshalltown American Legion Course

  1. Alta-Aurelia             339
  2. Nashua-Plainfield         363
  3. Dike-New Hartford         365
  4. Audubon             375
  5. Emmetsburg             376
  6. Sumner-Fredericksburg     377
  7. Central Decatur         389
  8. North-Linn             419

1.  Sarah McMichael, Nashua-Plainfield     79
2.  Briana Weber, Dike-New Hartford         80
3.  Alex Mankle, Okoboji             80
4.  Taylor Gardner, Missouri Valley         80
6.  Shelby Williams, CAM/A-C         82
12. Lexie Thygesen, Audubon            86
15. Susie Bylund, Audubon             88

Class 3-A @ Ames Golf & CC

  1. Kuemper Catholic     367
  2. Beckman Catholic     374
  3. Unity Christian     383
  4. Williamsburg         393
  5. Cascade             394
  6. Atlantic             401
  7. Columbus Catholic     402
  8. Clarinda             411

1.  Paige Van Dyk, South Tama             72
2.  Kate Coyle, Cascade                 78
3.  Makayla Ernst, East Sac County         80
4.  Brooke Fletcher, Atlantic             83
10. Morgan Naberhaus, Kuemper Catholic      87

Class 4-A @ Ames Golf & CC

  1. Charles City         330
  2. Cedar Rapids Xavier     352
  3. Clear Lake         360
  4. Grinnell             360
  5. Western Dubuque     393
  6. Newton             394
  7. Mt. Pleasant         395
  8. Humboldt         409

1.  Jessie Sindlinger, Charles City     65 (-8)

Class 5-A @ Lake Panorama National

  1. Waukee             325
  2. Pleasant Valley         340
  3. Dowling Catholic     349
  4. Cedar Falls         352
  5. WDM Valley         354
  6. Dubuque Senior     364
  7. Ottumwa         365
  8. SE Polk             403

1.  Anna Cullinan, Pleasant Valley & Kelsy Shay, Waukee     76

Chiefs’ involuntary workouts paying dividends

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May 29th, 2013 by Ric Hanson

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — The Kansas City Chiefs have begun their final week of voluntary workouts, though you wouldn’t know they’ve been voluntary by the attendance. Just about everyone has been at practice every day the past couple weeks. No holdouts, no drama. Instead, the Chiefs under new coach Andy Reid have been busily installing their offense and defense, getting acclimated with each other and preparing for next week’s mandatory minicamp.

Not that it promises to be a whole lot different than organized team activities. The Chiefs have already started to nail down potential starters at several positions, including on special teams. They’ve also uncovered a couple of projects, such as college hoops player-turned-tight end Demetrius Harris, who has a legitimate shot at making the team.

Beltran, Lyons lead Cardinals past Royals, 4-1

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May 29th, 2013 by Ric Hanson

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — Carlos Beltran hit a two-run homer against his former team, rookie Tyler Lyons made another dazzling start and the St. Louis Cardinals beat Kansas City 4-1 on Tuesday night for the Royals’ 10th consecutive home defeat. The only two hits that Lyons allowed over seven innings were to Billy Butler — a two-out RBI double in the first inning and a bloop single in the seventh. Otherwise, the left-hander shut down an anemic Kansas City offense to improve to 2-0 in his week-old major league career.

Trevor Rosenthal pitched the eighth inning in a driving rain for St. Louis, and Edward Mujica breezed through a perfect ninth for his 16th save of the season. Matt Carpenter and Matt Holliday added solo homers in the sixth off the Royals’ Ervin Santana (3-5) as the Cardinals (34-17) improved to a major league-best 20-9 on the road.

Phoenix Suns Confirm Hiring of Hornacek as Coach

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May 28th, 2013 by Jim Field

PHOENIX (AP) — The Suns have officially hired Jeff Hornacek as their new coach.

Phoenix turned to one of its former players Tuesday as the team looks to rebuild from one of the worst seasons in franchise history. Hornacek spent the first six of his 14 seasons as an NBA player with the Suns.

Multiple reports over the weekend had Hornacek getting the job, and the team made it official with Tuesday’s announcement that he would be the club’s 16th head coach.

The 50-year-old Hornacek, a former Iowa State star, had been an assistant with the Utah Jazz since 2011. This is his first head coaching job.

He takes over a team that went 27-55 last season, the worst record in the Western Conference and second-worst in the franchise’s history.

Cardinals to start prize rookie Wacha on Thursday

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May 28th, 2013 by Ric Hanson

ST. LOUIS (AP) – The St. Louis Cardinals will promote top pitching prospect Michael Wacha to start in his major league debut Thursday against the Kansas City Royals.The Cardinals lead the major leagues with a 33-17 record despite numerous injuries on the pitching staff. They filled rotation holes with less celebrated rookies John Gast and Tyler Lyons earlier in the season amid speculation they didn’t want to start the service time clock on the 21-year-old right-hander.

The 6-foot-6, 210-pound Wacha was the Cardinals’ first-round draft pick and the 19th overall selection last year out of Texas A&M. He’s 4-0 with a 2.05 ERA that leads the Pacific Coast League in nine starts for Triple-A Memphis, holding opponents to a .187 batting average in his first pro season.

Wacha will be the eighth rookie pitcher to debut with the Cardinals this season. General manager John Mozeliak had cited Wacha’s lack of professional experience in the decision to promote others earlier.

Phoenix Suns confirm hiring of Hornacek as coach

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May 28th, 2013 by Ric Hanson

PHOENIX (AP) – The Suns have officially hired former ISU Cyclones basketball standout Jeff Hornacek as their new coach. Phoenix turned to one of its former players Tuesday as the team looks to rebuild from one of the worst seasons in franchise history. Hornacek spent the first six of his 14 seasons as an NBA player with the Suns.
 
Multiple reports over the weekend had Hornacek getting the job, and the team made it official with Tuesday’s announcement that he would be the club’s 16th head coach. The 50-year-old Hornacek had been an assistant with the Utah Jazz since 2011. This is his first head coaching job.
 
He takes over a team that went 27-55 last season, the worst record in the Western Conference and second-worst in the franchise’s history. As a point guard for the Cyclones, Hornacek guided the team to the Sweet 16 in the 1986 NCAA Tournament. Hornacek left ISU with a Big-8 record of 665 career assists, still an Iowa State school record, and 1,313 career points.