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Iowa Announces 2024 Football Themes, Ticket Timeline

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April 19th, 2024 by Seth Tiegs

IOWA CITY, Iowa — The University of Iowa Athletics Department announced themes and ticket timeline for 2024 home football games on Friday.

The Hawkeyes will conclude spring practice with an open practice Saturday morning in Kinnick Stadium. Entry and parking are both free. The final practice will begin at 10:45 a.m. (CT), with gates opening at 9:45 a.m.

2024 PROMOTIONAL SCHEDULE

Aug. 31 – Illinois State – FryFest | Hall of Fame | Educator Appreciation (Extra Yard for Teachers)

Sept. 7 – Iowa State – Iowa Corn Cy-Hawk Series

Sept. 14 – Troy – Harvest Kickoff Gold Game | Family Weekend | Spirit Squad Day

Oct. 12 – Washington – ANF Black & Gold Spirit Game

Oct. 26 – Northwestern – Homecoming

Nov. 2 – Wisconsin – Black Out | Military Appreciation

Nov. 29 – Nebraska – Senior Day | Pioneer Heroes Game

THE HOME SCHEDULE BREAKDOWN

The 2024 season will kick off Aug. 31 against Illinois State. It is the annual Extra Yard for Teachers Day and Educator Appreciation Day as Iowa salutes teachers from around the state.

The annual FryFest will be held Friday, Aug. 30, at the Iowa River Landing, celebrating everything Hawkeye. The National Iowa Letterwinner Club will celebrate the 2024 Hall of Fame class throughout the weekend, including introduction of the 2024 class in Kinnick Stadium on Saturday.

The following weekend features the annual Iowa Corn Cy-Hawk Series contest against in-state rival Iowa State on Sept. 7, with the Cy-Hawk Trophy on the line. The Hawkeyes defeated Iowa State, 20-13, last season in Ames.

Iowa concludes its nonconference schedule on Sept. 14, welcoming Troy to Iowa City. This is the annual Harvest Kickoff Gold Out Game with fans encouraged to wear gold clothing.

The annual ANF Black and Gold Spirit Game will be held on Iowa’s opening Big Ten Conference home game against Washington on Oct. 12. Fans are encouraged to wear black or gold clothing based on their seat location. The 12th former Hawkeye added to the ANF Wall of Honor will be recognized.

The Hawkeyes celebrate Homecoming on Oct. 26, hosting Northwestern. The Homecoming Council and court will be presented at halftime. Iowa holds an all-time record of 61-44-5 in Homecoming games.

Iowa’s contest against Wisconsin slated for Nov. 2 is Military Appreciation and the annual Black Out game. Iowa Athletics will have special acknowledgments to active duty and veterans of the armed services. Fans are encouraged to wear black attire as part of the Black Out. The Hawkeyes and Badgers will compete for the Heartland Trophy, which currently resides in Iowa City after Iowa’s 15-6 triumph in Madison in 2023.

The final home game against Nebraska (Nov. 29) is Senior Day and the Pioneer Heroes Game. Iowa will celebrate senior classes for the football program, marching band and spirit squads. The Hawkeyes and Huskers will battle for the Heroes Trophy, which was established in 2011. Iowa won 13-10 at Nebraska last season and holds a 9-3 series advantage with the Heroes Trophy on the line. Former Iowa letterwinners will once again form the I-Club tunnel to welcome the Hawkeyes onto the field prior to the contest.

Start times for the first three home games are expected to be announced later this spring. Remaining start times will be announced six or 12 days in advance of each game.

TICKETING INFORMATION

Season ticket holders can currently confirm their 2024 order. Fight for Iowa Mobile Passes go on sale May 6; mini plan ticket packages will be on sale June 3 for donors and June 6 for general public. Group tickets and Hawkeye Village ticket sales begin July 8, while single game tickets go on sale for donors on July 15 and to the general public on July 18.

University of Iowa faculty/staff should contact the University of Iowa Athletics Ticket Office for season tickets. University of Iowa students can actively purchase tickets at this time. The UI Athletics Ticket Office is open weekdays from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. The office telephone number is 1-800-IA-HAWKS.

For gameday parking information, visit hawkeyesports.com/footballparking.

 

ISU Drops Series-Opener to BYU in Provo

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April 19th, 2024 by Asa Lucas

PROVO, Utah – Iowa State (16-23, 5-11 Big 12) dropped its series-opening game to the BYU Cougars (24-19, 6-13 Big 12) on Thursday night, falling 5-1.

A pair of home runs from Keila Kamoku sparked the Cougar offense, as she drove in three runs and was one of two players to have multiple hits in the game. BYU also got lockdown relief pitching from Ailana Agbayani who entered in the fourth inning and finished the game without allowing a hit.

The Cyclones, who are aiming for their first-ever win in Provo, were limited to just three hits on the night. Milaysia Ochoa accounted for the only Cyclone run, as the senior torched her second home run in her last three games. Ashley Minor and Camille Marin also both had hits on the night.

Jaiden Ralston got the start in the circle for the Cyclones, pitching the first 3.1 innings before re-entering in the sixth to record the final two outs. Ralston was relieved in the middle innings by Lauren Schurman who allowed three runs on five hits during her time in the game.

Maddie Udall joined Kamoku with two hits on the evening, with the third baseman recording a triple in the game. Five other Cougars had hits on the night with both Maddie Bejarano and Hailey Morrow earning RBI.

Chloe Temples started the game for BYU, tossing 3.1 innings of action. Temples allowed three hits and a run-on Ochoa’s homer. Ailana Agbayani delivered in relief, striking out three in 3.2 innings of scoreless relief.

Thursday Notes

Home Runs

Iowa State: Milaysia Ochoa (4)

BYU: Keila Kamoku 2(6)

WP – Ailana Agbayani (4-1): 3.2 IP, 0 hits, 0 runs, 1 walk, 3 strikeouts

SV – N/A

LP – Jaiden Ralston (3-6): 4.0 IP, 4 hits, 2 runs, 1 walk, 1 strikeout

On Deck

The Cyclones will return to Gail Miller Field tomorrow, April 19, to match up against the Cougars in the second game of the weekend series. Iowa State and BYU will meet on Friday at 7 p.m. CT and the game will be streamed live on Big 12 Now on ESPN+.

Atlantic Trojans Girls Team Picks Up Nice Home Hawkeye 10 Conference Win Over Clarinda on Thursday

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April 19th, 2024 by Seth Tiegs

The Atlantic Trojans girls golf team picked up a Hawkeye 10 Conference regular season win over Clarinda on Thursday night. The Trojans shot team score of 190, while Clarinda shot a team score of 243. Trojans Senior Belle Berg was medalist with shooting a low score of 39, while sophomore Makenna Schroeder was runner-up with a score of 47.

Coach Kathy Hobson had this say after the win over Clarinda Thursday night.

Abby Muller talked about what has contributed to her and Belle Bergs early season success.

Senior Berg says she has achieved one of her top goals of the season against Clarinda on Thursday.

Sophomore Makenna Schroeder who won her first runner-up award of her high school career against Clarinda, but said she has one main goal the rest of season.

The Trojans girls golf teams next meet will be Monday April 22nd in Ames for a non-conference meet. That meet will begin at 10:00 a.m.

High School Boys & Girls Tennis results from Thursday April 18th

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April 19th, 2024 by Seth Tiegs

Boys

Shenandoah 9, Harlan 0

Atlantic 7, Clarinda 2

Lewis Central 8, Red Oak 1

Lewis Central 6, St. Albert 3

Red Oak 6, St. Albert 3

Glenwood 9, Southwest Valley 0

Kuemper Catholic 6, Creston 0

Ballard 4, Kuemper Catholic 2

Cherokee 6, Denison-Schleswig 3

Abraham Lincoln 7, Thomas Jefferson 2

 

Girls

Shenandoah 8, Harlan 1

Clarinda 7, Atlantic 2

Creston 7, Audubon 2

Sioux City East 5, Denison-Schleswig 4

 

 

High School Boys & Girls Soccer results from Thursday April 18th

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April 19th, 2024 by Seth Tiegs

Boys 

Lewis Central 10 Red Oak 0 

Creston 1 Kuemper Catholic 0

Bishop Heelan Catholic 7 Denison-Schleswig 0

St. Albert 12 Missouri Valley 2

Underwood 10 Logan-Magnolia 0

 

Girls

Harlan 3 Missouri Valley 2

Kuemper Catholic 3 Creston 2

Sioux City North 1 Denison-Schleswig 0

Underwood 7 Logan-Magnolia 0

Abraham Lincoln 9 Sergeant Bluff-Luton 0

LeMars 4 Unity Christian 0

 

High School Girls Golf Results from Thursday April 18th

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April 19th, 2024 by Seth Tiegs

Shenandoah 208 Creston NTS Southwest Valley NTS

Medalist: Sarah Pickens, Shenandoah (42)

 

Atlantic 190 Clarinda 243 

Medalist: Belle Berg, Atlantic (39

 

Fremont-Mills 275 Griswold NTS 

Medalist: Linsey Keiser, Griswold (47)

 

Boyer Valley 218 Tri-Center 251 

Medalist: Reese Miller, Boyer Valley (49)

 

Missouri Valley 246 Audubon NTS 

Medalist: Henley Arbaugh, Missouri Valley (45)

 

IKM-Manning 217 Underwood 247 

Medalist: Brooke Booth, IKM-Manning (50)

 

Lenox NTS East Union NTS 

Medalist: Hadlee Christensen, Lenox (53)

Lewis Central Invitational 

1st Place — Red Oak 381

1. Addey Lydon (91)

5. Brynn Knaus (95)

7. Ellison Johnson (97)

9. Emily Sebeniecher (98)

Others: Jayda Edie 131

 

2nd Place — Lewis Central 406

2. Kate Reed (92)

6. Cate Perfect (96)

Others: Izzie Livingston 107, Sydney Thien 111, Marley Stacey 124

 

3rd Place — Sidney 407

4. Eve Brumbaugh (95)

8. Ellie Ward (97)

14. Ellah Pummel (102)

Others: Jocelyn Tackett 113

 

4th Place — Treynor 417

10. Sophi Pedersen (98)

13. Brooke Atteberry (102)

15. Molly Coffman (104)

Others: Harlie Sauser 113, Gabby Pote & Lea Altic 120

 

5th Place — Riverside 444 

3. Addison Brink (94)

Others: Kaycie Perkins 116, Autumn Bennett & Laney Rice 117, Jadyn Beckman 126, Alicia Turney 133

 

6th Place — Glenwood 450 

11. Katy Plambeck (101)

12. Avery Joyce (101)

7th Place — Logan-Magnolia 462

8th Place — Thomas Jefferson 515 

9th Place — Heartland Christian 520

East Mills NTS

 

High School Boys Golf results from Thursday April 18th

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April 19th, 2024 by Seth Tiegs

Shenandoah 167 Creston NTS Southwest Valley NTS

Medalist: Jade Spangler, Shenandoah (37)

Clarinda 155 Atlantic 156

Medalist: Kort Neal, Clarinda (37)

Glenwood 179 Nebraska City 188 Plattsmouth 196

Medalist: Briten Maxwell, Glenwood (43) 

 

Kuemper Catholic 153 Harlan 168

Medalist: Maverick Schwabe, Kuemper Catholic (35)

 

Fremont-Mills 234 Griswold 235 

Medalist: Hogan Hook, Griswold (48) 

Missouri Valley 162 Audubon 169 

Medalist: Jackson Tennis, Missouri Valley (37)

Underwood 198 IKM-Manning 198

Medalist: Danny Stein, Underwood (42)

Boyer Valley 178 Tri-Center 186

Medalist: Cale Soma, Boyer Valley (42)

East Union 180 Lenox 184 Central Decatur 211

Medalist: Zayne Eslinger, East Union (38)

High School Girls Track results from Thursday April 18th

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April 19th, 2024 by Seth Tiegs

ABRAHAM LINCOLN INVITATIONAL

1. Glenwood (147 points)

Megan Hughes, 200 meter dash (27.13)

Breckyn Petersen, 400 meter dash (1:03.38)

Lauren Hughes, 800 meter run (2:32.56)

4×100 meter relay: Zoie Carda, Elaina Dougherty, Courtney Crawford, Allison Koontz (52.01)

4×200 meter relay: Zoie Carda, Brooklyn Schultz, Allison Koontz, Danika Arnold (1:48.68)

4×400 meter relay: Brooklyn Schultz, Megan Hughes, Breckyn Petersen, Danika Arnold (4:06.98)

 

2. Riverside (117 points)

Lydia Erickson, 100 meter dash (13.19)

Carly Henderson, 400 meter hurdles (1:07.17)

Distance medley relay: Ella Reed, Olivia Lund, Veronica Schechinger, Bentley Rone (4:40.02)

 

3. Treynor (91 points)

Rylee Hemmingsen, 100 meter hurdles (17.11)

Delaney Mathews, discus throw (119-00)

 

4. Harlan (72 points)

Lindsey Sonderman, 1500 meter run (5:02.37)

 

5. Lewis Central (69 points)

Jordyn Matiyow, shot put (39-09.50)

4×800 meter relay: Madelyn Hoss, Ava Bussey, Addison Holt, Delayna Reese (10:23.18)

 

5. Logan-Magnolia (69 points)

Madison Sporrer, 3000 meter run (11:35.41)

Shuttle hurdle relay: Kaiya Knauss, Addyson Monico, Ava Sloan, Abby Czarnecki (1:13.79)

 

7. St. Albert (60 points)

Avah Underwood, high jump (5-02.00)

800 sprint medley relay: Ellie Monahan, Sophia Denton, Alexa Lenz, Lili Denton (1:56.55)

 

8. Abraham Lincoln (52 points)

Aubrey Sandbothe, long jump (15-04.75)

 

9. Underwood (36 points)

10. Thomas Jefferson (20 points)

 

CARROLL TIGER RELAYS 

2. Atlantic (109 points)

Jayci Reed, 100 meter hurdles (16.03)

Morgan Botos, 400 meter hurdles (1:11.23)

Claire Pellett, 800 meter run (2:24.61)

Lila Wiederstein, long jump (16-08.25)

4×100 meter relay: Hailey Huffman, Jayci Reed, Allison Middents, Lila Wiederstein (52.02)

Shuttle hurdle relay: Lila Wiederstein, Adler Bruce, Morgan Botos, Jayci Reed (1:11.99)

 

5. Clarinda (54 points)

Jerzee Knight, 100 meter dash (12.55)

 

6. Kuemper Catholic (52 points)

7. Denison-Schleswig (43 points)

Lola Mendlik, 3000 meter run (11:43.31)

 

SOUTHWEST VALLEY MEET

1. Griswold (81 points)

Shuttle hurdle relay: Brystol Wyman, Reese Laverty, Addison Adams, Carsyn Adams (1:15.83)

Distance medley relay: Reese Laverty, Makena Harry, Amanda Houser, Marissa Askeland (5:09.54)

 

2. Red Oak (80 points)

Iris Ogden, 800 meter run (2:39.45)

Jocelyn O’Neal, long jump (15-02.00)

 

3. Audubon (70 points)

 

3. Southwest Valley (70 points)

Emma Cooper, 100 meter dash (12.76), 200 meter dash (26.46)

 

5. Bedford (60 points)

6. Lenox (67 points)

Sadie Cox, 400 meter dash (1:02.37)

800 sprint medley relay: Bentley Petersen, Gabby Robles, Zoey Reed, Sadie Cox (1:58.77)

4×200 meter relay: Bentley Petersen, Gabby Robles, Zoey Reed, Sadie Cox (1:55.22)

4×400 meter relay: Gabby Robles, Delaney Funk, Zoey Reed, Sadie Cox (4:41.52)

 

7. Stanton (66 points)

Hannah Olson, 100 meter hurdles (16.42)

Lauren Johnson, 400 meter hurdles (1:10.07)

4×100 meter relay: Kyla Hart, Elly McDonald, Hannah Olson, Lauren Johnson (53.07)

 

8. Essex (51 points)

4×800 meter relay: Taylor Juarez, Kylie Valdez, Tori Burns, Ella Sandahl (11:38.50)

 

9. Shenandoah (44 points)

Hailey Egbert, 3000 meter run (11:18.89), 1500 meter run (5:24.38)

 

10. East Mills (28 points)

Cloe Brown, high jump (4-10.00)

 

SIDNEY RELAYS

1. AHSTW (178 points)

Brooke Lee, 100 meter dash (13.78)

Delaney Goshorn, 200 meter dash (28.40)

Makenna Paulsen, 400 meter dash (1:04.80), 400 meter hurdles (1:13.85)

Bella Lamp, 800 meter run (2:39.58)

4×100 meter relay: Brooke Lee, Delaney Goshorn, Graycen Partlow, Bella Lamp (54.21)

4×400 meter relay: Rylie Knop, Makenna Paulsen, Delaney Goshorn, Ava Paulsen (4:31.24)

4×800 meter relay: Delaney Goshorn, Makenna Paulsen, Bella Lamp, Ava Paulsen (10:13.87)

Distance medley relay: Caitlyn Dills, Loralei Wahling, Yana Lander, Macey Goshorn (4:55.40)

 

2. Fremont-Mills (177 points)

Izzy Weldon, 100 meter hurdles (16.80)

Carlie Chambers, high jump (5-00.00)

4×200 meter relay: Bella Gute, Carlie Chambers, Carlie Nuckolls, Emily Madison (1:53.25)

800 sprint medley relay: Kinley Blackburn, Carlie Chambers, Bella Gute, Ellie Switzer (1:59.43)

Shuttle hurdle relay: Izzy Weldon, Emily Madison, Carlie Nuckolls, Bella Gute (1:08.65)

 

3. Sidney (73 points)

Lilly Peters, shot put (35-05.00), discus throw (121-09.50)

 

4. Heartland Christian (57 points)

Keira Diehm, 1500 meter run (5:41.07)

Grace Steinmetz, 3000 meter run (12:31.38)

 

5. Hamburg (20 points)

Paycee Holmes, long jump (16-00.50)

 

OABCIG MEET

2. Boyer Valley (107 points)

Morgan Hast, high jump (5-03.00), 100 meter dash (13.37)

Lauren Malone, 400 meter hurdles (1:11.28)

Jenna Mitchell, shot put (34-03.75)

4×800 meter relay: Lauren Malone, Clara Gorham, Jessica O’Day, Hailey Cue (10:53.38)

 

5. IKM-Manning (66 points)

4×400 meter relay: Karlee Arp, Laynie Gawley, Addisyn Bandow, Caylie Rasmussen (4:40.07)

Distance medley relay: Grace Carroll, Abbagail Neiheisel, Layne Gawley, Addisyn Bandow (4:49.01)

 

8. Ar-We-Va (12 points)

 

High School Boys Track results from Thursday April 18th

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April 19th, 2024 by Seth Tiegs

TIGER RELAYS (@ CARROLL)

2. Underwood (83 points)

Sam Hulsing, 110 meter hurdles (12.39)

Will Buckholdt, 200 meter dash (23.63)

Max Tiarks, shot put (53-00.00)

Shuttle hurdle relay: Sam Hulsing, Lucas Bose, Jack VanFossan, Tayden Hull (1:03.61)

4×200 meter relay: Josh Ravlin, Hull, Riley Sealock, Buckhold (3:34.27)

 

3. Kuemper Catholic (66 points)

Evan Adams, discus (170-09)

Benjamin Gerken, long jump (20-08.00)

 

5. Lewis Central (50 points)

6. Atlantic (49 points)

9. Clarinda (30 points)

10. Denison-Schleswig (13 points)

11. Harlan (8 points)

 

GRISWOLD TIGER RELAYS

1. Logan-Magnolia (130 points)

Brodie Davis, 800 meter run (2:18.23) & 3200 meter run (11:19.21)

William Anderson, 100 meter dash (10.79)

4×100 meter relay (47.24): Evan Roden, Cael Wallis, Ashton Peszulik, Anderson (47.24)

4×200 meter relay (1:38.07): Wallis, Wes Vana, Roden, Anderson (1:38.07)

 

2. Bedford (121 points)

Eli Johnson, 800 meter wheelchair (2:55.55)

Shuttle hurdle relay (1:05.24): Dalton Swartz, Quentin Dalton, Garrison Motsinger, Kase Coleman (1:05.24)

 

3. Griswold (115 points)

RJ Dishong, shot put (43-03.00) & discus (124-00.50)

Peyton Cook, 110 meter hurdles (15.74) & 400 meter hurdles (1:01.56)

 

4. Red Oak (92 points)

Cyrus Mensen, high jump (5-08.00)

Brayden Sifford, 200 meter dash (23.38)

Sprint medley relay (1:43.93: Cale Hall, Sergio Villanueva, Kaiden Foster, Brayden Sifford (1:43.93)

Distance medley relay (4:04.88): Hall, Sifford, Foster, Reese Montgomery (4:04.88)

 

5. Tri-Center (88 points)

Carter Kunze, 400 meter dash (55.34)

Brennan Boden, 1600 meter run (5:17.89)

4×800 meter relay (9:41.85): Boden, Nicholas Dahir, Simeon Weers, AJ Harder (9:41.85)

 

6. Essex (26 points)

Tony Racine, long jump (21-01.00)

 

7. Iowa School for the Deaf (5 points)

 

SOUTHWEST VALLEY MEE

1. Shenandoah (136 points)

Hunter Dukes, long jump (19-00.75)

Cole Graham, 400 meter dash (52.78)

Hunter Kellogg, 1600 meter run (5:03.54)

Titus Steng, 100 meter wheelchair (21.72), 200 meter wheelchair (41.18) & 400 meter wheelchair (1:32.23)

4×200 meter relay: Dukes, Gage Sample, Joey O’Rourke, Ayden Johnson (1:39.22)

4×800 meter relay: Damien Little Thunder, Owen Laughlin, Dylan Kellogg, Hunter Kellogg (9:09.61)

 

2. Lenox (85 points)

Gabe Funk, 110 meter hurdles (14.87)

Shuttle hurdle relay: Donald Bashor, Jordan Martin-England, Dawson Evans, Funk (1:00.92)

4×100 meter relay: Martin-England, Bashor, Evans, Funk (45.08)

 

3. Audubon (69 points)

 

Zeke Kinkier, 800 meter run (2:08.40)

Sprint medley relay: Jack Stanerson, Logan Stetzel, Mason Steckler, Konkler (1:40.93)

Distance medley relay: Steckler, Aaron Olsen, Brody Schultes, Konkler (4:04.85)

4×400 meter relay: Olsen, Konkler, Adam Obrecht, Schultes (3:38.26)

 

4. Exira/EHK (67 points)

Austin Rasmussen, 3200 meter run (10:54.91)

Cash Emgarten, 100 meter dash (11.01) & 200 meter dash (22.38)

 

5. Southwest Valley (62 points)

Walker Bissell, high jump (5-10.00)

 

6. East Mills (54 points)

 

7. Stanton (44 points)

Nolan Grebin, 400 meter hurdles (56.89)

Get the full results from this meet here.

 

HUSKY CO-ED (AT WINTERSET)

3. Creston (114 points)

Tom Mikkelsen, shot put (48-11.00)

Brandon Briley, 800 meter run (2:03.09) & 1600 meter run (4:46.17)

4×400 meter relay: Davin Wallace, Tyler Riley, Austin Evans, Briley (3:34.11)

 

5. Central Decatur (50 points)

 

2024 Iowa Girls High School Soccer Rankings, April 18th

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April 18th, 2024 by Asa Lucas

Class 1A
School
Record
LW
1
Davenport Assumption
5-0
1
2
Gilbert
5-1
2
3
Des Moines Christian
6-1
3
4
Bishop Heelan
7-2
5
5
Nevada
6-3
4
6
Underwood
6-1
6
7
Hudson
6-0
7
8
Denver
7-1
8
9
Center Point-Urbana
3-0
9
10
Council Bluffs St. Albert
8-1
11
11
Panorama
6-0
12
12
Treynor
6-1
15
13
Van Meter
4-3
10
14
Vinton-Shellsburg
5-1
NR
15
Beckman Catholic
4-0
NR
 
Dropped Out: Garner-Hayfield-Ventura (13), Anamosa (14)
 
Class 2A
School
Record
LW
1
Dallas Center-Grimes
4-1
1
2
Waverly-Shell Rock
4-0
2
3
Pella
5-2
3
4
North Polk
7-0
4
5
Norwalk
3-3
5
6
Independence
5-1
8
7
Lewis Central
6-3
9
8
ADM
2-5
14
9
Central DeWitt
3-2
6
10
Cedar Rapids Xavier
1-2
10
11
Iowa City Liberty
3-1
11
12
Spencer
5-2
12
13
North Scott
5-4
7
14
Clear Creek-Amana
6-1
15
15
Iowa Falls-Alden
5-1
NR
 
Dropped Out: Fort Madison (13)
 
Class 3A
School
Record
LW
1
Waukee Northwest
8-0
1
2
West Des Moines Valley
5-1
2
3
Pleasant Valley
7-1
3
4
Ankeny Centennial
5-1
5
5
Linn-Mar
4-2
6
6
Ankeny
5-2
4
7
Southeast Polk
6-2
7
8
Waukee
6-3
8
9
Iowa City High
3-1
13
10
Iowa City West
3-2
14
11
Urbandale
3-2
15
12
Johnston
4-4
9
13
Bettendorf
3-2
12
14
Dubuuqe Hempstead
4-1
11
15
Cedar Falls
2-3
NR
 
Dropped Out: Dowling Catholic (10)