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2015 First Iowa Girls High School Soccer Rankings

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April 8th, 2015 by Jim Field

Class 1-A
(School – 2014 Record )
1. Nevada 21-1
2. Davenport Assumption 18-4
3. Iowa City Regina 15-5
4. Clear Creek Amana 15-3
5. Bishop Heelan 19-2
6. Union 14-5
7. Solon 14-6
8. CB St. Albert 12-9
9. Gladbrook-Reinbeck 12-6
10. Bondurant-Farrar 12-8
11. Center Point-Urbana 12-4
12. Denver 12-7
13. Columbus Catholic 11-5
14. Nodaway Valley/WCV/AC 12-7
15. Tri-Center 16-4

Class 2-A
(School – 2014 Record )
1. Pleasant Valley 12-9
2. North Scott 18-4
3. Cedar Rapids Xavier 11-8
4. Waverly-Shell Rock 20-3
5. Ankeny 7-10
6. Dallas Center-Grimes 14-6
7. Pella 12-6
8. Lewis Central 13-6
9. Grinnell 10-8
10. Independence/East Buchanan 12-6
11. Newton 13-4
12. CB Thomas Jefferson 12-7
13. Marion 10-5
14. Winterset 12-5
15. ADM 15-3

Class 3-A
(School – 2014 Record )
1. Dowling Catholic 13-7
2. Linn-Mar 18-1
3. Waukee 17-4
4. Cedar Rapids Kennedy 16-6
5. West Des Moines Valley 14-4
6. Johnston 17-4
7. Dubuque Hempstead 18-3
8. Bettendorf 17-3
9. Iowa City West 16-4
10. Ankeny Centennial 12-8

Clarinda Lady Cardinal Relays Results

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April 8th, 2015 by Jim Field

Girls Class 2-A Team Scores: (CLICK HERE f0r complete 2-A results)

  1. Glenwood  165
  2. Creston  114
  3. Shenandoah  95
  4. Clarinda  69
  5. CB Thomas Jefferson  63
  6. Red Oak  42
  7. Atlantic  41

Class 2-A 1st Place:

  • 100 – Jaedra Moses, Clarinda  13.56
  • 200 – Jaedra Moses, Clarinda  28.44
  • 400 – Natalie Mostek, Creston  1:05.73
  • 800 – Kate Walker, Red Oak  2:33.30
  • 1500 – Kate Walker, Red Oak  5:17.63
  • 3000 – Tiffany Williams, Atlantic  11:21.64
  • 100 Hurdles – Miranda Ruth, Glenwood  17.29
  • 400 Hurdles – Sydney Nielsen, Shenandoah  1:08.31
  • Discus – Serena Parker, Shenandoah  105-09
  • Shot Put – Jacy Embray, Glenwood  40-07
  • Long Jump – Sydney Nielsen, Shenandoah  15-06.5
  • High Jump – Molly Dean, Glenwood  4-10
  • 4 x 100 – Clarinda  52.66
  • 4 x 200 – Glenwood  1:53.41
  • 4 x 400 – CB Thomas Jefferson  4:26.15
  • 4 x 800 – Creston  10:08.13
  • Shuttle Hurdle – Glenwood  1:10.47
  • Sprint Medley – Creston  2:02.83
  • Distance Medley – Creston  4:41.04

Class 1-A Team Scores: (CLICK HERE for complete 1-A results)

  1. Griswold  128
  2. Treynor  62
  3. Bedford  62
  4. Sidney  55
  5. Mount Ayr  48
  6. Lenox  48
  7. St. Albert  44
  8. Riverside  38
  9. Essex  32
  10. Southwest Valley  30
  11. East Mills  25

Class 1-A 1st Place:

  • 100 – Lexy Larsen, Sidney  14.03
  • 200 – Callie Calfee, Bedford  29.47
  • 400 – Krisann Stephany, St. Albert  1:05.44
  • 800 – Katie Dukes, Lenox  2:34.92
  • 1500 – Alyx Flippin, Griswold  5:15.01
  • 3000 – Mackenzie Hulsing, Sidney  12:42.29
  • 100 Hurdles – Laura Hempel, Treynor  17.09
  • 400 Hurdles – Rebekah Topham, Griswold  1:08.95
  • Discus – Jackie Rush, Griswold  102-04
  • Shot Put – Madelyn Deitchler, Treynor  33-00.5
  • Long Jump – Callie Calfee, Bedford  16-04.5
  • High Jump – Sarai Waddell, East Mills  5-00
  • 4 x 100 – Essex  55.55
  • 4 x 200 – Bedford  1:58.25
  • 4 x 400 – Griswold  4:31.38
  • 4 x 800 – Griswold  10:59.36
  • Shuttle Hurdle – Stanton  1:14.7
  • Sprint Medley – Lenox  2:01.17
  • Distance Medley – St. Albert  4:46.76

Glenwood Ram Relays Results

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April 8th, 2015 by Jim Field

Team Scores:

  1. Glenwood  152
  2. Atlantic  92
  3. Harlan  86
  4. Lewis Central  80
  5. CB Thomas Jefferson  65
  6. Clarinda 60
  7. St. Albert  50
  8. Red Oak  41
  9. CB Abraham Lincoln  40
  10. Creston  35

1st Place:

  • 100 – Mavrick Decker, Glenwood  11.42
  • 200 – James Fuller, Glenwood  22.90
  • 400 – James Fuller, Glenwood  50.57
  • 800 – Jay Wolfe, Creston  1:58.48
  • 110 Hurdles – Dane Kruse, Glenwood  14.80
  • 1600 – Eldon Warner, CB Thomas Jefferson  4:36.17
  • 3200 – Josh Sunberg, Red Oak  10:42.09
  • 400 Hurdles – Brendan Holmes, Atlantic  56.92
  • Discus – Jackson Scott-Brown, St. Albert  140-10
  • High Jump – Alec Hayes, Atlantic  6-0
  • Long Jump –  Avery Thomas, CB Abraham Lincoln  20-05
  • Shot Put – Jackson Scott-Brown, St. Albert  47-01.5
  • 4 x 100 – Glenwood  45.79
  • 4 x 200 – Glenwood  1:34.45
  • 4 x 400 – Glenwood  3:28.79
  • 4 x 800 – Harlan  8:33.82
  • Shuttle Hurdle – Glenwood  59.24
  • Distance Medley –  Glenwood  3:53.9

CLICK HERE for complete results

Tuesday Golf/Soccer Results

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April 8th, 2015 by Jim Field

Boys Golf:

  • Atlantic 152, Kuemper Catholic 163 (Medalist: Kyle Nelson, Atlantic 36; runner-up: Zac Stork, Atlantic 38)
  • Shenandoah 164, Clarinda 166 (Medalist: Carlton Rahn, Clarinda 36)

Girls Golf:

  • Atlantic 182, Kuemper Catholic 200 (Medalist: Erin Olsen, Atlantic 38; runner-up: Brooke Newell, Atlantic 40)
  • Clarinda 191, Shenandoah 202 (Medalist: Maddy Davidson, Clarinda 43)

Boys Soccer:

  • Lewis Central 2, Atlantic 1
  • Kuemper Catholic 2, Harlan 0
  • Creston 8, Chariton 0
  • Tri-Center 8, Riverside 2

Girls Soccer:

  • Atlantic 2, Treynor 1
  • Harlan 4, Creston 2
  • Tri-Center 8, Riverside 0
  • Lewis Central 10, Denison 0

Cardinals and Cubs postponed due to poor weather, Tuesday

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April 8th, 2015 by Ric Hanson

CHICAGO (AP) — The St. Louis Cardinals’ game at the Chicago Cubs was postponed due to a forecast of rain and cold weather. A makeup date for Tuesday’s postponement was not announced. Lance Lynn, winner of at least 15 games in each of the past three seasons, was scheduled to start for St. Louis, and Jake Arrieta for Chicago.

St. Louis won Sunday’s opener 3-0 as Adam Wainwright pitched six innings in a game that saw the debut of a large videoboard in left at Wrigley Field and long waits for fans to use the restrooms. A renovation project kept some of the bathrooms closed during Sunday’s game, and problems forced the temporary closure of other bathrooms.

 

(Podcast) KJAN Sports report, 4/7/2015

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April 7th, 2015 by Ric Hanson

The 7:20-a.m. Sportscast w/Jim Field.

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Jerome Howe Relay Results

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April 7th, 2015 by Jim Field

@ Treynor  (CLICK HERE for complete results)

Boys Team Scores:

  1. St. Albert  78
  2. Nishnabotna  68.5
  3. Underwood  64
  4. Shenandoah  62
  5. Treynor  57
  6. Southwest Valley  54
  7. West Harrison  53
  8. Fremont-Mills  52.5
  9. Griswold  43
  10. Tri-Center  38
  11. LoMa  36.5
  12. Riverside 28.5
  13. A-H-S-T-W 27.5
  14. Exira/EHK 22
  15. East Mills 17.5

Event Winners:

  • 100 – Brett Daley, Treynor  11.62
  • 200 – Chad Blank, Nishnabotna  23.69
  • 400 – Nick Pedersen, Underwood  51.73
  • 800 – Dion Coffey, Tri-Center  2:10.12
  • 110 Hurdles – Tony Klocke, Southwest Valley  16.14
  • 1600 – Josh Haning, Nishnabotna  4:49.92
  • 3200 – Max Ross, St. Albert  10:50.10
  • 400 Hurdles – Nick Pedersen, Underwood  57.36
  • Discus – Dustin Peasley, West Harrison  143-07
  • High Jump – Colten Drake, Southwest Valley  6-0
  • Long Jump – Brett Daley, Treynor  20-11.5
  • Shot Put – Jackson Scott-Brown, St. Albert  48-01.5
  • 4 x 100 – Fremont-Mills  46.8
  • 4 x 200 – A-H-S-T-W  1:38.31
  • 4 x 400 – Underwood  3:40.78
  • 4 x 800 – Tri-Center  8:53.64
  • Shuttle Hurdle – Southwest Valley  1:03.53
  • Distance Medley – Nishnabotna  3:57.59

 

Monday Golf/Soccer Results

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April 7th, 2015 by Jim Field

Boys Golf:

  • CAM 204, Southwest Valley 210 (Medalist: Ryan Carlson, Southwest Valley 44)
  • Griswold 164, Missouri Valley 185 (Medalist: James Reynolds, Griswold 37)
  • Tri-Center 194, St. Albert 204 (Medalist: Rhyan Klabunde, St. Albert 42)

Girls Golf:

  • Southwest Valley 203, CAM 262 (Medalist: Kim Hults, Southwest Valley 49)
  • Griswold 220, Missouri Valley No Team Score (Medalist: Marlia Rossell, Griswold, 50)
  • Tri-Center 191, St. Albert 226 (Medalist: Kara Johnson, Tri-Center 43)

Boys Soccer:

  • Harlan 7, Treynor 0
  • Creston 4, St. Albert 1

Girls Soccer:

  •  Kuemper Catholic 1, Atlantic 0 (2OT)
  • St. Albert 8, Creston 0
  • Treynor 6, A-H-S-T-W 1
  • Underwood 6, Riverside 1
  • Nodaway Valley/WC Valley/Adair-Casey 3, Missouri Valley 1

UNI men’s basketball team honored at statehouse

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April 7th, 2015 by Ric Hanson

The Iowa House and Senate, Monday, honored the University of Northern Iowa men’s basketball team for its championship season. U-N-I won the Missouri Valley Conference Championship and won 31 of its 35 games — breaking the school record of most victories in a season. Senator Jeff Danielson of Cedar Falls shook coach Ben Jacobson’s hand as he handed the team leader a copy of the senate resolution honoring the team.

“Thank you so much for your leadership, not only on the court but off the court. We understand you’ve signed a long term contract,” Danielson said, as other senators cheered and clapped. “We’re happy to hear that.” Representative Bob Kressig, of Cedar Falls, read from the resolution that passed the House early Monday afternoon.

“Eleven of the 16 UNI men’s basketball team members are native Iowans,” Kressig said. The section of the resolution that Representative Walt Rogers of Cedar Falls read noted the Panther’s undefeated record at home in the McLeod Center.  “The team’s 16 consecutive wins and seven consecutive road wins ignited UNI fans and alumni not only in the Cedar Valley that UNI calls home, but across the state, the nation and the world,” Roger said. Coach Jacobson was allowed to speak on the senate floor.

“We are the University of Northern Iowa. We are extremely proud of it. We also understand that we represent the entire state of Iowa when we have the opportunity to go out and play in the NCAA tournament. We also understand we represent everybody in the things that we do every day on and off the floor,” Jacobson said, then he gestured to his team. “These guys are absolutely tremendous in everything that they do.”

Jacobson’s team beat Wyoming by 17 points in their first N-C-Double-A tournament game this March, but the Panthers lost to Louisville in the following round. Jacobson was named “coach of the year” in the Missouri Valley Conference.

(Radio Iowa/Learfield Sports)

Iowa linebackers look to improve

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April 7th, 2015 by Ric Hanson

Added experience at linebacker should help the Iowa defense make strides next season. The Hawkeyes’ linebacker Coach Jim Reid says ” I think we’re going to be playing hard, we’ve got to be physical, we’ve got to make more plays, and I think we’ve got the guys there to do it.” The unit features five players who gained valuable experience in 2014. Last year an inexperienced group was exploited for several big plays.

Reid says “We all believe that we’re headed in the right direction with this crowd, adn it’s a fun crowd to coach because they are into it – big time. I know Coach Parker feels good about anything, you know we’re going in the right direction.” In the run game,  Reid says the linebackers need to do better job of setting the edge.

“It’s an 11-man responsibility,” he says, “To defend the pass, to defend the run on the flanks, do defend the run inside. It’s an 11-man responsibility. We all have to get to the football.”

A year ago the Hawkeyes were hurt by several teams who were able to fun on the flanks. Reid says “We have to defend, is the big play, which most of them did happen on the flank, in terms of the run game. But I think what you’re gonna see, is basically the same scheme, and all we gotta do is change the numbers…on the jerseys.”

The Hawkeyes travel to West Des Moines on Saturday for a practice at Valley Stadium.

(Learfield Sports)