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UNI gets late interception to seal win over Indiana State

Sports

October 2nd, 2022 by Chris Parks

UNI grabbed a 20-14 win over Indiana State on Saturday at the UNI-Dome. Panther quarterback Theo Day ran for one touchdown and threw for another to Alex Allen in the win.

The Panthers took the early lead with a score on their first drive, a 6-yard run by Day. UNI ended up leading 10-3 at halftime and struck again on the opening drive of the second half. Day found Allen for an 18-yard strike to cap off an 87 yard drive. The Sycamores would score the next 11-points to get within three of the Panthers with 7;41 left in the game. UNI would drive and tack on a 35-yard field goal with just under two minutes to play and the defense stepped up. Benny Sapp III grabbed an interception in the final minute to seal the Panther win.

UNI moves to 2-3 overall and 2-1 in the Missouri Valley Football Conference. Indiana State falls to 1-3 overall and 0-1 in MVFC play.

The Panthers return home next week to take on the Illinois State Redbirds for homecoming. Kickoff is scheduled for 4 p.m. at the UNI-Dome.

Drake comes up short against Dayton

Sports

October 2nd, 2022 by Chris Parks

The Drake football team fell short of their first win of the season with a 27-14 loss at Dayton on Saturday.

Drake was able to get a score with only two seconds remaining in the first half to make it a 10-7 Dayton lead but that momentum didn’t carry over to the second half for the Bulldogs. Dayton scored with 5:06 left in the third to go up 17-7 and scored on a 17-yard run by Jake Chisolm before the end of the third to lead 24-7.

Dayton controlled the ball for the majority of the fourth quarter to ice the game. The Bulldogs did get a late 10-yard touchdown pass from Ian Corwin to Austin Flax but Dayton would recover the ensuing onside kick attempt to end the game.

Dayton improved to 3-1 overall and 1-0 in the PFL. Drake falls to 0-5 overall and 0-2 in the PFL.

Drake football will return home to Drake Stadium for Family Weekend against San Diego at 1 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 8.

Special teams blunders cost Iowa State at Kansas

Sports

October 2nd, 2022 by Chris Parks

For Iowa State and Iowa the problem areas are clear, now the goal is to get them fixed. Special teams meltowns cost Iowa State at Kansas. The Cyclones fumbled a punt and freshman kicker Jace Gilbert missed three field goals, including a 37-yarder with 32 seconds remaining in a 14-11 loss.

That’s coach Matt Campbell who decided to go for the tying field goal instead of trying to keep the drive alive by converting on fourth down.

The Cyclones will be looking to bounce back when they host Kansas State.

Iowa still looking for offense after loss to Michigan

Sports

October 2nd, 2022 by Chris Parks

Iowa’s dreadful offense gave the Hawkeyes no chance against fourth ranked Michigan in a 27-14 loss in a game that was not even that close. The Hawkeyes had only 35 yards of rushing and their second touchdown came during garbage time with just a few seconds remaining. Despite that coach Kirk Ferentz says he saw progress.

Ferentz says as the receiver corps gets healthier the entire offense will get better.

Iowa visits an Illinois team that is coming off a lopsided win at Wisconsin.

Berg runs strong for Nodaway Valley at Wartburg Meet

Sports

October 2nd, 2022 by Chris Parks

Wartburg Cross Country Meet
10/01/2022

Boys

Nodaway Valey finished 21st with a 517 total. Doug Berg led the way with a stellar 6th place finish with a time of 16:51.30. Malachi Broers was 78th, Tyler Cooper 139th, Ben Piearson 146th, Jack Jensen 208th, Landon LeBarge 217th.

Girls

Jazz Christensen ran 55th for the Wolverines with a time of 22:01.84. Annika Nelson was 146th, Lilly Day was 148th, and Hope Kading was 152nd.

High School Volleyball Scoreboard 10/01/2022

News, Sports

October 2nd, 2022 by Chris Parks

Tri-Center Tournament– See other story

CB Thomas Jefferson Tournament

POOL A

(2-0) Lewis Central 21-21 Shenandoah 9-9
(2-0) Treynor 21-21 Shenandoah 8-14
(2-0) Shenandoah 21-21, CB Thomas Jefferson 10-8
(2-0) Lewis Central 21-21, Treynor 16-13
(2-0) Treynor 21-21, CB Thomas Jefferson 9-9
(2-0) Lewis Central 21-21, CB Thomas Jefferson 10-11

POOL B

(2-0) St. Albert 21-21, Denison-Schleswig 17-15
(2-0) Missouri Valley 21-21, St. Albert 19-18
(2-0) ADM 21-21, St. Albert 15-12
(2-0) Missouri Valley 21-21, Denison-Schleswig 13-12
(2-0) ADM 21-21, Denison-Schleswig 9-11
(2-0) Missouri Valley 21-21, ADM 17-19

BRACKET PLAY

(2-0) St. Albert 21-21, CB Thomas Jefferson 9-15
(2-0) Shenandoah 21-21 Denison-Schleswig 8-18
7th Place: (2-0) Denison-Schleswig, CB Thomas Jefferson
5th Place: (2-0) St. Albert 21-21, Shenandoah 12-18
Semifinal: (2-1) ADM 21-13-15, Missouri Valley 19-21-10
Semifinal:(2-1) Lewis Central 22-21-21, Treynor 24-10-12
3rd Place: (2-0) Missouri Valley 21-21, Treynor 16-19
Championship: (2-0) Lewis Central 21-21, ADM 11-14

Greene County Tournament

POOL B

(2-0) Stanton 21-21, Nodaway Valley 10-12
(2-0) Stanton 24-21, South Hardin 22-13
(2-1) Stanton 21-18-15, Carlisle 19-21-10
(2-0) Carlisle 21-21, Nodaway Valley 15-11
(2-0) South Hardin 21-21, Nodaway Valley 12-10

BRACKET PLAY

Consolation: (2-0) Carroll 21-21, Nodaway Valley 16-9
Semifinal: (2-0) Stanton 21-21-15, Greene County 17-23-13
Championship: (2-0) Stanton 21-21, Pella Christian 16-12

Madrid Tournament

(2-0) Webster City 21-21, Audubon 18-19
(2-1) Audubon 21-8-16, Belmond-Klemme 11-21-14
(2-0) Audubon 21-21, Collins-Maxwell 1-9
(2-0) Ankeny Christian 21-21, Audubon 10-15
(2-0) Ankeny Christian 21-21, Collins-Maxwell 9-6
(2-0) Ankeny Christian 21-21, Van Meter 14-17
(2-0) Ankeny Christian 21-21, Webster City 18-6
Championship: (2-0) Ankeny Christian 24-21, Van Meter 22-8

River Valley Tournament

Boyer Valley went 1-3
(2-0) River Valley 22-21, Boyer Valley 20-17
(2-0) Alta-Aurelia 21-21, Boyer Valley 16-17
(2-0) Remsen St. Mary’s 21-21, Boyer Valley 15-11
(2-0) Boyer Valley 21-21, Woodbury Central 10-11

Urbandale Tournament

POOL C

(2-0) CB Abraham Lincoln 21-21, Dallas Center-Grimes 14-16
(2-0) Johnston 21-21, CB Abraham Lincoln 10-13
(2-0) CB Abraham Lincoln 22-21, North Polk 20-9

BRACKET PLAY

Quarterfinal: (2-0) Des Moines Christian 25-25, CB Abraham Lincoln 15-19

Atlantic wins Tri-Center Volleyball Tournament

Sports

October 2nd, 2022 by Chris Parks

(2-0) Atlantic 21-21, Tri-Center 17-11
(2-0) Atlantic 21-21, IKM-Manning 15-14
(2-0) Atlantic 21-21, Westwood 10-12
(2-1) Atlantic 19-21-17, Red Oak 21-16-15
(2-1) Lawton-Bronson 22-15-15, Atlantic 20-21-11
(2-1) Red Oak 21-20-15, Lawton-Bronson 12-22-12
(2-0) Red Oak 21-21, IKM-Manning 8-5
(2-0) Red Oak 13-16, Tri-Center 13-16
(2-0) Red Oak 21-21, Westwood 19-15
(2-0) Tri-Center 21-21, Lawton-Bronson 14-16
(2-0) Tri-Center 21-21, IKM-Manning 16-12
(2-0) Tri-Center 21-21, Westwood 14-17
(2-0) Lawton-Bronson 21-21, IKM-Manning 12-14
(2-0) Lawton-Bronson 21-21, Westwood 15-19
(2-0) Westwood 21,21, IKM-Manning 13-4

Champion: Atlantic
Runner Up: Red Oak

Records:
Atlantic 4-1
Red Oak 4-1
TC 3-2
LB 3-2
WW 1-3
IKM-M 0-5

Ava Rush had 43 digs on the day. Lexi Noelck 26 kills, Jada Jensen 24 kills, Aubrey Guyer 20 kills.

Harlan rolls past Atlantic 54-7

Sports

September 30th, 2022 by Chris Parks

The Harlan Cyclones gave the crowd a happy homecoming with a 54-7 win over Atlantic on Friday night at Merrill Field. The Cyclones showed off why they are ranked first in Class 3A with a solid all around effort. Aiden Hall kickstarted the win by taking a screen pass in the left flat and scampering 57 yards for a touchdown on the first offensive play of the game.

The Cyclones would score on their next three offensive possessions to open up a 27-0 lead early in the second quarter. Those scores came on a Bradley Curren 3-yard run, a 7-yard pass from Teagon Kasperbauer to Cade Sears, and a 14 yard pass to Jacob Birch. Hall would add a 7-yard rushing score at the end of the half to make it 33-0 at the break.

The Cyclones would grab interceptions from Atlantic’s Tristan Hayes on the first two Trojan possessions of the second half. They converted both those picks into touchdowns; a 37-yard screen pass to Curren and a 3-yard run by Noah Schmitz. The Cyclones added a fumble return for a score late in the third to cap their scoring.

Atlantic avoided the shutout with a 2-yard rushing score by Dante Hedrington with :45 left in the game. The Trojans played the majority of the game without standout quarterback Caden Andersen, who left the game on the Trojan’s first drive after taking a hit along the sideline. He was slow to get up after the hit and did not return.

The Cyclones improved to 5-1 overall and 2-0 in 3A District 6. Harlan is now set for a top 5 showdown with undefeated ADM next week at Merrill Field.

Atlantic falls to 2-4 overall and 0-2 in 3A District 6. The Trojans will travel to Knoxville next Friday and we’ll have that game on KJAN.

Watch the full game replay HERE

High School Football Scoreboard – Week 6 – 09/30/2022

Sports

September 30th, 2022 by Chris Parks

8-PLAYER

District 9

East Mills 24, Bedford 18
Fremont-Mills 74, East Union 20
Lenox 81, Griswold 14
Stanton-Essex 54, Murray 42

District 10

Boyer Valley 54, Ar-We-Va 7-On Rocket Media
Audubon 66, Coon Rapids-Bayard 30
CAM 60, Exira-EHK 18- On Spartan Media
West Harrison 49, Woodbine 0- On Woodbine Tiger Vision

District 1

Boyer Valley 54, Ar-We-Va 7
Kingsley-Pierson 70, Glidden-Ralston 28
Remsen St. Mary’s 61, Newell-Fonda 13
Siouxland Christian 40, River Valley 32

CLASS A

District 7

AHSTW 69, Sidney 8
Riverside 46, Missouri Valley 6- On RSTN
Southwest Valley 21, Earlham 0
Mount Ayr 43, St. Albert 3

District 8

Tri-Center 34, Lawton-Bronson 19
Logan-Magnolia 29, IKM-Manning 18- On LMAV
Riverside 46, Missouri Valley 6- On RSTN
Woodbury Central 40, Westwood 14

CLASS 1A

District 7

ACGC 23, I-35 20
Van Meter 42, Nodaway Valley O-M 0
West Central Valley 49, Panorama 14,

District 8

Kuemper Catholic 63, East Sac County 0
MVAOCOU 24, West Monona 16- On The Ram Cast
Underwood 54, Treynor 0

CLASS 2A

District 8

Clarinda 1, Shenandoah 0- Forfeit
Des Moines Christian 41, Clarke 14
Greene County 34, Red Oak 23

CLASS 3A

District 6

ADM 38, Creston 7
Harlan 54, Atlantic 7- On KJAN and KJANTV
Knoxville 42, Saydel 6

CLASS 4A

District 1

Webster City 28, LeMars 7
Spencer 49, Fort Dodge 14
Denison-Schleswig 42, Storm Lake 7- On KDSNTV

District 6

Dallas Center-Grimes 48, CB Thomas Jefferson 0
Glenwood 30, Winterset 7
Lewis Central 63, Des Moines Hoover 14

CLASS 5A

District 2

Ames 42, CB Abraham Lincoln 13
Dowling Catholic 42, Johnston 19
Waukee 24, Sioux City North 14

Who’s Gonna Win? – Week 6 – 09/30/2022

Podcasts, Sports, Trojan Preview/Who’s Gonna Win?

September 30th, 2022 by Chris Parks

Chris Parks, Jim Field, and Matt Mullenix take a look at 8 area high school football games each week throughout the season. We try to provide some insight into the match-ups while competing for top prognosticator and the Whosman Trophy.

Who’s Gonna Win? is brought to you again in 2022 by Rush CPA & Associates and Fareway.

Last Week:

Matt Mullenix 7-1
Jim Field 7-1
Chris Parks 5-3

Overall 2022 Standings:

Matt Mullenix 30-10
Chris Parks 27-13
Jim Field 24-16

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