Friday January 11th Local Sports

first_imgIOWA CITY — Iowa coach Fran McCaffery says junior forward Tyler Cook is day-to-day heading into Saturday’s game against 16th ranked Ohio State. The Hawkeyes’ leading scorer and rebounder missed Wednesday night’s victory at Northwestern with a sore knee.Cook’s absence means McCaffery is forced to juggle some positions to maintain an eight-man rotation.The Hawkeyes are 2-3 in the Big Ten and 13-3 overall. == SATURDAYAM-1300 KGLO — Iowa men vs. Ohio State — pre-game 12:30, tipoff 1:30AM-1300 KGLO — NFL Divisional Playoff Games — Indianapolis at Kansas City, followed by Dallas at Los Angeles Rams — joined in progress after Iowa basketball DES MOINES — 1/10/19 Iowa Girls High School Basketball Rankings — Compiled by the Iowa Girls High School Athletic Union — FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEClass 1ASchool Record LW1 Newell-Fonda 11-0 12 West Hancock 13-0 23 Montezuma 12-1 34 Seymour 10-0 45 Lynnville-Sully 11-2 56 Clarksville 11-1 87 CAM 10-1 98 Janesville 10-2 79 AGWSR 6-4 610 North Mahaska 9-2 1011 Colo-Nesco 9-1 1112 Marquette Catholic 13-2 1213 Kingsley-Pierson 11-1 1314 Westwood 11-2 NR15 Kee 11-2 14Dropped Out: Ar-We-Va (15) — other boys basketballNorth Butler 57, North Iowa 52 @ OsageLake Mills 35, Osage 33Lake Mills 48, Eagle Grove 24Lake Mills 84, Rockford 0Osage 84, Rockford 0Osage 64, Eagle Grove 17Eagle Grove 66, Rockford 18 CLEAR LAKE — Drew Enke scored 21 points to lead #2/3A Clear Lake to a 58-47 win over Waverly-Shell Rock in a non-conference boys basketball game, as you heard on AM-1490/96.7-FM KRIB last night. The Lions held a 25-22 lead at the half and outscored the Go-Hawks 33-25 in the second half, helped by 21-29 free throw shooting. Clear Lake is now 11-0 and will host Hampton-Dumont-CAL as part of a North Central Conference girl-boy doubleheader tonight that starts at 6:15 on KRIB. Class 4ASchool Record LW1 Marion 11-0 12 North Scott 11-2 33 Mason City 8-3 24 Grinnell 10-1 45 Lewis Central 10-0 66 Cedar Rapids Xavier 8-4 57 Waverly-Shell Rock 10-2 88 Bishop Heelan 7-2 119 LeMars 7-3 710 Central DeWitt 10-2 1011 Gilbert 8-4 1412 Denison-Schleswig 10-1 1513 Ballard 10-2 1314 Glenwood 8-3 NR15 Knoxville 10-2 9Dropped Out: Western Dubuque (12) — girls basketballNorth Butler 55, North Iowa 40 == SUNDAYAM-1300 KGLO — NFL Divisional Playoff Games — Los Angeles Chargers at New England, followed by Philadelphia at New Orleans — 11:30 — Top of Iowa Conference [email protected] BelmondNewman 39, Belmond-Klemme 30Newman 66, West Fork 3Newman 54, North Union 24Belmond-Klemme 59, West Fork 15Belmond-Klemme 63, North Union 12North Union 30, West Fork 27 Class 2ASchool Record LW1 Grundy Center 10-0 12 Treynor 11-0 23 Central Decatur 11-0 34 Cherokee 12-0 45 South Central Calhoun 13-0 56 Panorama 11-0 67 Bellevue 14-0 78 Cascade 12-1 89 North Linn 12-0 910 Dike-New Hartford 8-2 1111 Van Buren 10-2 1312 Aplington-Parkersburg 11-1 1013 West Branch 12-2 1414 Wilton 13-1 115 Saint Ansgar 12-1 NRDropped Out: Martensdale-St, Mary (13) Class 5ASchool Record LW1 Iowa City High 10-0 12 Southeast Polk 11-1 43 Johnston 11-2 24 West Des Moines Valley 10-2 65 Waukee 8-3 56 Cedar Rapids Prairie 8-2 87 Cedar Falls 10-1 38 Dowling Catholic 7-4 99 Pleasant Valley 13-0 1010 Cedar Rapids Washington 10-1 711 Iowa City West 8-2 1112 Ankeny Centennial 8-4 1213 Urbandale 8-5 NR14 Ames 6-6 1315 Ankeny 6-6 NRDropped Out: Waterloo West (14), Davenport North (15) DES MOINES — With Nick Norton sidelined for the season Noah Thomas takes over the point guard spot at Drake. The sophomore from Australia responded with a career-high 24 points in Tuesday’s win over Southern Illinois.Drake coach Darian DeVries says Thomas went from averaging 10 minutes per game to playing 37 minutes against the Salukis.Devries says his new role brings subtle changes to the offense.The Bulldogs return to action Sunday with a visit to Northern Iowa. PLEASANT HILL — Southeast Polk won 11 of 14 matches in beating Mason City last night 56-13. Mason City winners were Troy Monahan who picked up a pin at 285, Jace Rhodes who had a major decision at 106, and Colby Schriever who had a decision at 138. Mason City travels to the Ankeny Invitational on Saturday. THIS WEEKEND:== FRIDAYAM-1300 KGLO, kgloam.com, KGLO mobile app — Mason City High at Fort Dodge — girls 6:15, boys followAM-1490/96.7-FM KRIB, kribam.com, KRIB mobile app — Clear Lake vs. Hampton-Dumont-CAL — girls 6:15, boys follow HAMPTON — Clear Lake won a pair of North Central Conference wrestling duals last night at Hampton-Dumont-CAL. The Lions and the Bulldogs tied at 36-36 in the first dual of the night, but Clear Lake won the dual on the fourth tiebreaking criteria, most pins. Clear Lake then beat Iowa Falls-Alden 57-15. Clear Lake will travel to the Osage Duals on Saturday. Hampton-Dumont-CAL beat Iowa Falls-Alden 52-15 in the other dual. WEST LAFAYETTE — The 17th ranked Iowa Hawkeye women were outscored 22-16 in the final quarter in a 62-57 loss at Purdue, as you heard on AM-1300 KGLO last night. Iowa made only three of 17 shots from three point range.That’s Iowa coach Lisa Bluder. The Hawkeyes were also outrebounded 36-30 as they fall to 2-2 in the Big Ten.Megan Gustafson fouled out but had 19 points, while Hannah Stewart added 17 to lead Iowa. Mason City native Makenzie Meyer had six points in 33 minutes of play. Iowa is 11-4 overall and travel to Minnesota on Monday in a game you’ll hear starting at 5:45 on AM-1300 KGLO AMES — The 20th ranked Iowa State Cyclones look to bounce back at home on Saturday against Kansas State. The Cyclones are coming off a 73-70 loss at Baylor and next up host a K-State team that is 1-2 in the league race after a win at home against West Virginia.That’s Iowa State coach Steve Prohm who says the Cyclones will need a better effort on defense.The Cyclones are 2-1 in the Big 12. @ BrittCentral Springs 52, North Butler-Clarksville 18Central Springs 48, West Hancock 33Central Springs 55, Nashua-Plainfield 21West Hancock 42, North Butler-Clarksville 30West Hancock 48, Nashua-Plainfield 29Nashua-Plainfield 39, North Butler-Clarksville 38 @ St. AnsgarSt. Ansgar 42, Forest City 33St. Ansgar 60, Garner-Hayfield-Ventura 24St. Ansgar 46, Northwood-Kensett 32Northwood-Kensett 40, Forest City 39Northwood-Kensett 39, Garner-Hayfield-Ventura 27Forest City 54, Garner-Hayfield-Ventura 29 Class 3ASchool Record LW1 North Polk 11-1 12 Osage 11-0 23 Center Point-Urbana 10-1 34 Clear Lake 8-3 45 Algona 9-1 56 Des Moines Christian 9-2 67 Central Lee 12-2 78 Waukon 10-1 89 Iowa Falls-Alden 11-1 910 Crestwood 8-4 1311 Roland-Story 8-4 1112 Okoboji 11-2 1013 Shenandoah 8-4 1214 Davenport Assumption 8-5 NR15 Creston 6-4 NRDropped Out: Monticello (14), Red Oak (15)last_img read more