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2014 High School Football Schedule – Week 9, October 24

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October 24th, 2014 by Jim Field

Class 3-A District 8
Harlan @ ADM
Creston @ Atlantic
Glenwood @ Dallas Center Grimes
Winterset @ Bondurant-Farrar

Class 2-A District 8
Clarinda @ Prairie Valley
East Sac County @ Red Oak
Shenandoah @ Kuemper Catholic
Missouri Valley @ West Central Valley

Class 1-A District 1
A-H-S-T-W @ West Monona
IKM-Manning @ Underwood
Missouri Valley @ West Central Valley
Treynor @ OA-BCIG

Class 1-A District 8
Central Decatur @ Van Meter
Des Moines Christian @ Woodward-Granger
Interstate 35 @ Southwest Valley
Woodward Academy @ Panorama

Class A District 1
St. Albert @ Audubon
Tri-Center @ Griswold
Logan-Magnolia @ Westwood
Riverside @ Maple Valley

Class A District 8
Nodaway Valley @ Bedford
Clarinda Academy @ Pleasantville
Martensdale-St. Marys @ Earlham
SE Warren @ Mount Ayr

8-Man District 1
River Valley @ Ar-We-Va
Boyer Valley @ Woodbine
Kingsley-Pierson @ Exira/EHK
West Harrison @ Newell-Fonda

8-Man District 7
Guthrie Center @ Adair-Casey
Ankeny Christian Academy @ Murray
East Union @ Coon Rapids-Bayard
Glidden-Ralston @ NE Hamilton

8-Man District 8
Lenox @ CAM
East Mills @ Sidney
Fremont-Mills @ Essex
Stanton @ Nishnabotna

Iowa St G Hallice Cooke set for hip surgeries

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October 23rd, 2014 by Ric Hanson

AMES, Iowa (AP) — Iowa State guard Hallice Cooke is having surgery to repair cartilage tears in both hips and will be out 6-8 months. The Cyclones say Cooke, who is redshirting the 2014-15 season, will have surgery to repair one of his ailing hips in New York City on Monday. Cooke, who is from Union City, New Jersey, will have a second surgery four weeks later.

Cooke transferred from Oregon State in the offseason after averaging 8.2 points per game. He’ll have three years of eligibility left, starting with the 2015-16 season.

(Podcast) 7:20-a.m. KJAN Sports, 10/23/2014

Podcasts, Sports

October 23rd, 2014 by Ric Hanson

With Jim Field.

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Royals beats Giants 7-2, even World Series 1-all

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October 23rd, 2014 by Ric Hanson

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — Billy Butler hit a tiebreaking single, Salvador Perez and Omar Infante drove in two runs each with big hits in a five-run sixth inning, and the Kansas City Royals beat the San Francisco Giants 7-2 Wednesday night to even the World Series at one game apiece.

A night after the Giants opened with a 7-1 victory for their seventh straight Series win, Gregor Blanco led off the game with a home run against hard-throwing rookie Yordano Ventura. Brandon Belt tied the score 2-all with an RBI double in the fourth.

Butler’s single off Jean Machi drove in his second run of the night and put the Royals ahead 3-2. Perez lined a two-run double to the left-center wall for a three-run lead, and Infante homered into the left-field bullpen off Hunter Strickland.

Game 3 is Friday night in San Francisco.

Chiefs’ Charles passes battery of concussion tests

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October 23rd, 2014 by Ric Hanson

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — The Kansas City Chiefs insisted Wednesday that Jamaal Charles has passed a battery of tests and does not show signs of a concussion, one day after the star running back said he exhibited symptoms in last weekend’s win over San Diego.

Charles took a blow from Brandon Flowers when he dove into the endzone Sunday. Charles popped up and trotted off the field, and trainers met him on the sideline. He remained in the game. On Tuesday, Charles told ESPN Radio that he saw “light bulbs” a few plays later, and that he tried to avoid going through the league’s concussion protocol.

After the Chiefs learned of the interview, they put Charles through a battery of tests. The team said he passed all of them.

(Podcast) 7:20-a.m. KJAN Sports, 10/22/14

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October 22nd, 2014 by Ric Hanson

With Jim Field.

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Tuesday Regular Season Volleyball Results

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October 22nd, 2014 by Jim Field

Hawkeye 10:

  • (3-0) Shenandoah 25-25-25, Lewis Central 18-20-23
  • (3-0) Kuemper Catholic 25-25-25, Glenwood 14-16-21
  • (3-1) Red Oak 25-15-26-25, Creston 17-25-24-19

Regional Volleyball results from Tue., Oct. 21st 2014

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October 22nd, 2014 by Ric Hanson

CLASS 1-A
(3-2) Adair-Casey 25-25-21-25-15, CAM 17-23-25-27-11
(3-0) Coon Rapids-Bayard 25-25-25, Paton-Churdan 14-21-17
(3-0) Sidney 25-25-25, Nishnabotna 18-23-7
(3-0) Griswold 25-25-27, Essex 9-18-25
(3-0) Guthrie Center 25-25-25, Glidden-Ralston 9-21-9
(3-0) Boyer Valley 25-25-25, West Harrison 9-13-11
(3-0) Mount Ayr 25-25-25, Lamoni 20-22-9
(3-0) Lenox 25-25-25, Orient-Macksburg 13-14-7
(3-0) Westwood 25-25-25, Whiting 8-7-6
(3-0) Stanton 25-25-25, South Page 16-10-11
(3-0) Fremont Mills 25-25-25, East Mills 19-14-17
(3-0) Ar-We-Va 25-25-25, Charter Oak-Ute 20-18-23
(3-0) Woodbine 25-25-25, Heartland Christian 20-23-12

CLASS 2-A
(3-0) Audubon 25-25-25, Panorama 11-21-13
(3-0) Southwest Valley 25-25-25, Clarinda Academy 14-6-13
(3-0) St. Albert 25-25-25, AHSTW 10-6-11
(3-0) IKM-Manning 25-25-25, Riverside 19-19-10
(3-1) MVAO 25-24-25-25, West Monona 18-26-22-22
(3-0) Missouri Valley 25-25-25, Logan-Magnolia 15-14-14
(2-1) Des Moines Christian 25-27-25, Nodaway Valley 16-25-16

Sports Headlines: Wed., 10/22/14

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October 22nd, 2014 by Ric Hanson

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — Madison Bumgarner tossed seven brilliant innings, Hunter Pence hit a two-run homer and the San Francisco Giants took Game 1 of the World Series by hammering the Royals 7-1 in Kansas City. Bumgarner allowed three hits and blanked the Royals until Salvador Perez homered with two out in the seventh. Pablo Sandoval had two RBIs for the Giants, who have won their last seven World Series games.

PHILADELPHIA (AP) — The Philadelphia Phillies have re-signed right-hander Jerome Williams to a one-year, $2.5 million contract. Williams was 4-2 with a 2.83 ERA in nine starts for the Phillies after being claimed off waivers from the Texas Rangers in August. He also pitched for Houston last year and was 6-7 with a 4.77 ERA in 37 games with all three teams.

MONTREAL (AP) — The Montreal Canadiens are the first NHL team with six victories this season, improving to 6-1-0 with a 2-1 overtime win against Detroit. David Desharnais scored the game-winner 56 seconds into overtime after Alex Galchenyuk knotted the score with 3:09 left in regulation. Carey Price stopped 27 shots and blanked the Red Wings following Henrik Zetterberg’s goal with 6:19 left in the second period.

IRVING, Texas (AP) — The Dallas Cowboys have released defensive end Michael Sam from the practice squad, causing the NFL’s first openly gay player to try to find a third team since being drafted by St. Louis this year. Sam spent seven weeks with the Cowboys after joining their practice squad Sept. 3. He went to Dallas four days after being released by the Rams, who selected him in the seventh round of the draft.

NEW YORK (AP) — The Denver Broncos top the AP Pro32 power rankings after receiving 11 first-place votes from a 12-member media panel that regularly covers the league. Dallas got the other first-place vote after improving to 6-1 with Sunday’s 31-21 win over the New York Giants. Rounding out the top five are Philadelphia, Indianapolis and Arizona.

BBB Advises World Series Fans: Be Smart When Buying Tickets Online

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October 21st, 2014 by Ric Hanson

With game one of the World Series this week in Kansas City, and Royals fans everywhere eager to buy a ticket after a 28 year World Series absence, Better Business Bureau (BBB) serving Nebraska. South Dakota, The Kansas Plains and Southwest Iowa is alerting fans to look out for fraudulent sellers when shopping online for expensive and hard-to-get tickets.

BBB warns that sellers of game tickets on secondary ticket websites may be fraudulent. “The most common ways secondary-ticket sellers scam baseball fans is by delivering counterfeit tickets or simply not sending the tickets,” said BBB President Jim Hegarty. “Even if the tickets do arrive, they are sometimes not for the seats the seller advertised – which can mean the fan is stuck with seats that aren’t next to each other, or not in the sections they bargained for.”

The secondary-ticket market for sporting events, which includes tickets bought and sold by professional brokers, speculators and season-ticket holders, is a $10-billion-a-year industry, with online sales accounting for one-third of transactions, according to StubHub.com.

“World Series tickets are extremely tough for the average fan to find and purchase at a reasonable price, and that’s driving buyers to the Internet and the secondary-ticket market,” added Hegarty. “Fans must balance their passion for their team with awareness that not all online ticket sellers will deliver on their promises, and a bad transaction could leave them at home on the couch instead of at the big game.”

Fans should also be skeptical of the hundreds of online auctions, online classifieds, and bulletin boards using person-to-person sales. The World Series is big business for the hosting cities, and where there is big money to be made, scams always follow. To avoid problems like this, BBB advises ticket seekers to check out the company’s Business Review at bbb.org to find out about the company.

BBB offers the following advice for fans seeking tickets:

. Before buying from an online ticket broker, see if there is a BBB seal on the website and click on it to make sure it is real. BBB’s dynamic seal will take you directly to the BBB Business Review on the company at bbb.org.

. Make sure the website has a secure payment processing system, usually denoted by “https://” at the start of its website address or URL or a small closed lock icon at the bottom of the screen.

. If you buy tickets through an online auction site, choose a seller with a long history of satisfied customers. Scammers can hijack old accounts, so make sure the seller has recently sold other tickets.

. Ticket buyers also should be wary of sellers who try to lure buyers from a legitimate site to another site for a “private” transaction. Scammers often want to conduct their business on sites with names that mimic well-known companies but actually are fakes.

. If you are buying tickets through an online classified ad site, never pay the seller by wire transfer. You will have no way to get your money back if the tickets do not arrive or are counterfeit.

. Always use a credit card so you have some recourse; do not use cash.

. Know the difference between a ticket broker (legitimate and accredited reseller) and a ticket scalper (unregulated and unlicensed ticket seller).

. Check the ticket broker’s refund policy. Only buy from a ticket reseller that provides clear details about the terms of the transaction.

. Be careful buying tickets from someone on the street. When you get to the gate and find out your tickets aren’t real, the seller will be long gone.

. Check the location of the seats ahead of time. Always ask for section, row and seat number to avoid obstructed view seats or seats that do not exist. Also, feel free to ask questions to make certain you get all the answers you need to feel comfortable with your ticket purchase.

If you believe you have purchased a counterfeit ticket, immediately report it to the National Association of Ticket Brokers (NATB) hotline at 630-510-4594 and file a complaint with BBB at bbbinc.org.