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No. 25 Iowa women visit Minnesota Thursday night

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January 20th, 2022 by Ric Hanson

It will be a homecoming of sorts for Iowa center Monica Czinano tonight (Thursday night) when the 25th ranked Hawkeye women visit Minnesota. Czinano grew up near the Twin Cities and her sister, Maggie, is guard for the Gophers.

Czinano says while a lot of family and friends will be in Williams Arena she is trying to stay focused on the game.

Iowa coach Lisa Bluder is concerned about guarding a Minnesota team that is connecting on nearly 40 percent from three point range.

Iowa falls late at Rutgers 48-46

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January 20th, 2022 by Ric Hanson

Iowa’s three game win streak was snapped at Rutgers, Wednesday night. Ron Harper Junior gave the Scarlet Knights the 48-46 lead with a pair of free throws with two seconds remaining. It capped a dreadful shooting night for the Hawks who made only 17 of 61 shots.

That’s Iowa coach Fran McCaffery. The teams combined to commit 31 fouls and make just 35 field goals.

Keegan Murray led Iowa with 13 points and 13 rebounds and was whistled for a foul while guarding Harper in the final seconds.

No. 7 Iowa State women fall to No. 15 Texas

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January 20th, 2022 by Ric Hanson

The seventh ranked Iowa State women were outscored 14-4 in the third quarter, Wednesday, as the shorthanded Cyclones lost to 15th ranked Texas 66-48 in Ames. ISU was without Ashley and Aubrey Joens, who were out due to COVID protocols.

That’s Cyclone coach Bill Fennelly. With the Joens sisters out the Cyclones struggled on offense and made only 12 of 43 shots in the game.

Fennelly says Texas dominated the game with defense.

The Cyclones are 16-2 overall and 5-1 in the Big 12.

IAwrestle updated rankings 01/18/2022

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January 19th, 2022 by Chris Parks

CLASS 1A

Area Ranked Teams
2. Underwood
5. Logan-Magnolia

Area Ranked Individuals

113
1. Eli Becerra, Missouri Valley
3. Corbin Reisz, Logan-Magnolia
6. Riley Parkis, Kuemper Catholic
10. Brayden Maeder, Southwest Valley

120
3. Blake Allen, Underwood
4. Jace Rose, Riverside

126
4. Westin Allen, Underwood

132
1. Gable Porter, Underwood
3. Elliot Cooney, Nodaway Valley

138
1. Stevie Barnes, Underwood
12. Sean Thompson, Logan-Magnolia

145
1. Hagen Heistand, Underwood

152
1. Wyatt Reisz, Logan-Magnolia
5. Shea Parkis, Kuemper Catholic
11. Nolan Moore, Riverside

160
9. Caleb Iliff, Treynor

182
6. Brecken Freeberg, Tri-Center
11. Gage Clausen, Tri-Center

195
8. Carter Davis, Underwood
12. Cooper Nielsen, Audubon

220
6. Cal Wanninger, Kuemper Catholic

285
4. Rex Johnsen, Logan-Magnolia
6. Devin Whipple, Bedford/Lenox
11. Daniel Gregory, Treynor

CLASS 2A

Area Ranked Individuals

106
6. Aiden Smith, Atlantic-CAM
8. Kaden Whipp, Clarinda

113
5. Vinny Mayberry, Glenwood
11. Christian Ahrens, Creston

120
4. Matthew Beem, Glenwood

126
5. Luke Musich, Harlan
6. Ethan Follmann, Atlantic-CAM
8. Luke Freund, Harlan

145
12. Kale Downey, Clarinda

160
8. Dawson Bond, Red Oak

170
2. Kadin Stutzman, Atlantic-CAM

182
6. Zane Bendorf, Harlan

195
2. CJ Carter, Glenwood
7. Jase Wilmes, Clarinda

285
5. Logan Green, Clarinda

Iowa-Indiana women’s basketball postponed

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January 19th, 2022 by Chris Parks

IOWA CITY, Iowa — The University of Iowa women’s basketball game against Indiana on Sunday, Jan. 23 inside Carver-Hawkeye Arena in Iowa City, Iowa, has been postponed due to COVID-19 protocols within the Indiana program.

Both programs will actively work with the Big Ten Conference to find a rescheduled date to play the game.

Per the amended Big Ten Conference 2021-22 Forfeiture Guidelines, this game will be postponed and the Conference office will coordinate the rescheduling process with both schools. If the game is not able to be rescheduled, it would count as a “no contest” for both teams.

Fans in possession of tickets for Sunday’s game should hold on to them.  If a replacement opponent is found, these tickets will be good for a replacement game Sunday.  If no replacement game is found, these tickets will be good for a possible make-up game with Indiana.  If there is a replacement game Sunday, season ticket holders will automatically be issued new tickets for a possible make-up date with Indiana.

The Hawkeyes head to Minneapolis, Minnesota, on Thursday, Jan. 20 to take on the Minnesota Gophers inside Williams Arena. Tipoff is set for 7 p.m. (CT) on B1G Network.

Iowa’s Fran McCaffery on power rankings

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January 19th, 2022 by Ric Hanson

Iowa coach Fran McCaffery says he is not focused on the power rankings as the Hawkeyes get set to visit Rutgers tonight (Wednesday night). Iowa is just outside the AP Poll and has a lofty spot in both the NET and kenpom rankings. McCaffery says the only thing that matters is to continue winning.

McCaffery says the power rankings don’t matter until March.

Iowa is 14-4 overall and 3-3 in the Big Ten.

Northern Iowa men visit Valparaiso Wednesday night

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January 19th, 2022 by Ric Hanson

The UNI Panthers put their five game winning streak on the line tonight (Wednesday night), at Valparaiso. The Panthers hammered the Beacons 92-65 in Cedar Falls back on January fifth.

That’s UNI coach Ben Jacobson does not think his players are expecting the same type of game.

Jacobson says his players expect a much tougher game.

Valparaiso coach Matt Lottich says the Panthers are rolling.

Lottich says the Panthers overcame a slow start to the season.

No. 15 Iowa State falls at No. 18 Texas Tech

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January 18th, 2022 by Chris Parks

Texas Tech outscored Iowa State 34-17 to start the second half as the 18th ranked Red Raiders beat the 15th ranked Cyclones 72-60. ISU shot less than 37 percent, including five of 26 from three point range.

That’s ISU coach T.J. Otzelberger. Tech made 25 of 29 free throws in the second half.

The Cyclones trailed 26-23 at halftime before Tech took charge.

Caleb Grill led Iowa State with 17 points. The Cyclones fall to 2-4 in the Big 12.

High School Wrestling Scoreboard Tuesday 11/18/2022

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January 18th, 2022 by Chris Parks

@ Baxter
South Central Calhoun 64, ACGC 18
South Central Calhoun 49, Woodward-Granger 27
South Central Calhoun 65, Baxter 15
Woodward-Granger 51, ACGC 21
Woodward-Granger 69, Baxter 12
ACGC 48, Baxter 24

@ Southwest Valley
Bedford/Lenox 57, Mount Ayr 18
Bedford/Lenox 51, Van Meter 20
Bedford/Lenox 48, SW Valley 30
SW Valley 57, Mount Ayr 18
SW Valley 45, Van Meter 34
Van Meter 36, Mount Ayr 27

@ Missouri Valley
Missouri Valley 39, Clarinda 34
Missouri Valley 54, Southwest Iowa 22
Missouri Valley 54, Tri-Center 27
Clarinda 54, Southwest Iowa 24
Clarinda 54, Tri-Center 24
Southwest Iowa 40, Tri-Center 19

@ Underwood
Underwood 64, Audubon 12
Underwood 52, Treynor 21
Underwood 72, Woodbine 0
Treynor 78, Woodbine 0
Treynor 64, Audubon 12
Audubon 48, Woodbine 0

@ Woodbury Central
Logan-Magnolia 68, Woodbury Central 9
Logan-Magnolia 48, Bishop Heelan 27
Bishop Heelan 51, Woodbury Central 18

High School Basketball Scoreboard Tuesday 01/18/2022

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January 18th, 2022 by Chris Parks

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Hawkeye Ten Conference
Atlantic 57, Red Oak 24 (A: Jada Jensen 17pts.)
Creston 37, Shenandoah 30
Glenwood 78, Indianola 49
Kuemper Catholic 56, Clarinda 33
Lewis Central 46, Denison-Schleswig 33

Western Iowa Conference
IKM-Manning 48, AHSTW 37
Logan-Magnolia 59, Missouri Valley 16
Treynor 47, Audubon 44
Underwood 61, Riverside 24

Rolling Valley Conference
Exira-EHK 46, Ar-We-Va 12
CAM 75, Paton-Churdan 27 (C: Kiera Nichols 20pts.)
Coon Rapids-Bayard 58, West Harrison 12
Woodbine 56, Boyer Valley 49

Corner Conference Tournament
Pool A
Stanton 51, Griswold 27
Pool B
East Mills 69, Essex 24

Pride of Iowa Conference
Central Decatur 56, Bedford 36
Lenox 61, Mount Ayr 46
Martensdale-St. Marys 65, East Union 35
Nodaway Valley 75, SW Valley 35 (NV: Maddax DeVault 26pts, Lindsey Davis 21pts)
SE Warren 45, Wayne 30

Other Scores
ACGC 52, Ogden 16
CB Abraham Lincoln 63, Sioux City North 37
Diagonal 50, Orient-Macksburg 35
Sioux City West 72, CB Thomas Jefferson 29
Panorama 61, West Central Valley 21
Van Meter 71, Pleasantville 28

BOYS BASKETBALL

Hawkeye Ten Conference
Red Oak 72, Atlantic 66
Clarinda 58, Kuemper Catholic 44
Creston 70, Shenandoah 33
Glenwood 79, St. Albert 67- OT
Lewis Central 50, Denison-Schleswig 37

Western Iowa Conference
AHSTW 63, IKM-Manning 34- (A: Raydden Grobe sets school record with 9 made threes, 29pts)
Logan-Magnolia 51, Missouri Valley 41
Riverside 44, Underwood 34
Treynor 64, Audubon 36

Rolling Valley Conference
Boyer Valley 48, Woodbine 40
CAM 49, Paton-Churdan 34
Coon Rapids-Bayard 66, West Harrison 41
Exira-EHK 49, Ar-We-Va 46

Corner Conference Tournament
Pool A
East Mills 84, Essex 25
Pool B
Stanton 76, Griswold 51

Pride of Iowa Conference
Martensdale-St. Marys 81, East Union 40
Mount Ayr 68, Lenox 47
Nodaway Valley 53, Southwest Valley 42 (NV: Matthew Weber 21pts)

Other Scores
ACGC 72, Ogden 69 (A: Miles Kading 29pts)
CB Abraham Lincoln 72, Sioux City North 37
Diagonal 55, Orient-Macksburg 22
Earlham 87, Woodward Academy 47
Panorama 58, West Central Valley 45