Friday September 20th Local Sports

first_imgClass 2ASchool Record LW1 Western Christian 11-3 12 Osage 10-1 23 Beckman Catholic 23-3 34 Van Buren 11-2 45 Wilton 15-0 66 Grundy Center 16-1 87 Clarion-Goldfield-Dows 11-3 58 Mediapolis 8-0 109 Hudson 17-3 910 Underwood 10-4 711 Boyden-Hull 10-4 1212 Central Lyon 11-3 1313 East Sac County 15-6 NR14 Ridge View 9-5 NR15 ACGC 12-1 NRDropped Out: Sumner-Fredericksburg (11), Lake Mills (14), Cascade (15) Class 5ASchool Record LW1 Cedar Falls 13-1 12 Iowa City Liberty 13-1 73 Ankeny 17-3 24 West Des Moines Valley 17-3 35 Waukee 17-5 46 Dowling Catholic 14-7 57 Pleasant Valley 11-1 68 Council Bluffs Abraham Lincoln 11-2 79 Bettendorf 9-5 1010 Ankeny Centennial 9-8 1111 Dubuque Hempstead 8-4 1312 Southeast Polk 10-5 1213 Cedar Rapids Jefferson 6-5 NR14 Waterloo West 8-2 1415 Sioux City East 9-4 15Dropped Out: Indianola (9) NORA SPRINGS — Newman opens up Class A District 4 play tonight against Central Springs in a game to be played in Nora Springs. The Knights picked up their first win of the season edging Nashua-Plainfield 20-14 in Nashua last week with Newman running for 153 yards and passing for 77 more. Central Springs is 1-2, losing to North Union in the opener, edging North Butler 6-0 at home in week two, followed by a 35-0 loss at West Fork last week. This game has been moved from Manly to Nora Springs due to poor field conditions. The start time will also be moved to 5:00 PM, with the pre-game at 4:45 on 93.9 KIA The Country Moose and 939kia.com — Non-district 11-man football tonightBelmond-Klemme at North ButlerCharles City at OelweinForest City at West HancockGarner-Hayfield-Ventura at OsageHampton-Dumont-CAL at Clarion-Goldfield-DowsNashua-Plainfield at West ForkNorth Union at Lake Mills— Class A District 2Postville at St. Ansgar— 8-Man District 2Dunkerton at RockfordNorthwood-Kensett at North IowaDon Bosco at JanesvilleTripoli at Riceville — 2019 FOURTH Iowa High School Volleyball RankingsClass 1ASchool Record LW1 Sidney 13-1 12 Janesville 9-3 33 North Tama 13-1 24 LeMars Gehlen Catholic 8-4 45 Council Bluffs St. Albert 12-5 96 Wapsie Valley 6-3 67 Lisbon 14-4 78 New London 9-2 NR9 Holy Trinity Catholic 6-3 510 Lamoni 6-0 1011 East Mills 5-2 1112 Tripoli 5-4 1213 Winfield-Mount Union 11-3 1514 Riverside 15-4 NR15 Southwest Valley 9-3 8Dropped Out: Fremont-Mills (13), North Butler (14) TONIGHT:– 93.9 KIA, 939kia.com — Newman at Central Springs (game moved to Nora Springs) — pre-game 4:45, kickoff 5:00– AM-1300 KGLO, kgloam.com — Mason City at Clear Lake — pre-game 7:00, kickof 7:30– AM-1490 KRIB, kribam.com — “This Week in College Football” 6:00; “Radio Iowa Scouting Report” 6:30; Clear Lake vs. Mason City — pre-game 6:45, kickoff 7:30; “Iowa High School Scoreboard Show” 10:00-11:30 Class 3ASchool Record LW1 Tipton 17-2 12 Union 9-3 43 Davenport Assumption 12-2 54 Dike-New Hartford 12-5 65 West Liberty 9-2 36 Mount Vernon 10-6 27 Spirit Lake 20-2 98 New Hampton 17-1 89 Kuemper Catholic 14-2 710 Red Oak 9-4 1011 Unity Christian 6-3 NR12 Humboldt 13-2 1313 Des Moines Christian 9-0 1414 Sioux Center 13-4 1215 Nevada 11-5 NRDropped Out: MOC-Floyd Valley (11), Albia (15) CLEAR LAKE — Clear Lake hosts Mason City High in the final non-district game for both teams. The 2nd-ranked in Class 2A Lions are 3-0 after slipping past Garner-Hayfield-Ventura 28-27 last week. Clear Lake coach Jared DeVries says he’s been pleased with the progress of his ballclub through three games.DeVries has been either an assistant coach or head coach since the Clear Lake-Mason City series was revived after an 82-year hiatus in 2012. He says the series has changed over the last eight years.For the Mohawks, they come in with an 0-3 record after falling to Marshalltown 27-7 last week. Mason City coach Brandon Krusey says though he’s seen progress through the first three weeks.Krusey says his team knows Clear Lake will be a tough test before heading into district play next week.Kickoff from Lions Field is scheduled for 7:30 tonight. You can listen to the Clear Lake broadcast on AM-1490 KRIB and kribam.com starting with the pre-game at 6:45 tonight. You can hear the Mohawk broadcast on AM-1300 KGLO and kgloam.com starting with the pre-game shortly after 7 o’clock tonight Class 4ASchool Record LW1 Cedar Rapids Xavier 14-1 12 Sergeant Bluff-Luton 11-0 33 North Scott 15-2 74 Dubuque Wahlert 11-4 25 West Delaware 18-2 56 Lewis Central 7-3 57 Waverly-Shell Rock 20-3 68 Knoxville 10-0 99 Marion 10-5 810 Dallas Center-Grimes 10-2 1111 Clear Creek-Amana 8-6 1012 Gilbert 19-6 1313 Norwalk 10-5 1414 Glenwood 11-6 NR15 Oskaloosa 9-7 NRDropped Out: Winterset (12), Western Dubuque (15) VENTURA — The Newman girls and the Humboldt boys took home the team titles at the Clear Lake cross country invitational at the Iowa Regular Baptist Camp in Ventura on Thursday afternoon. On the girls side, Newman had three in the top 12 to win with 59 points, Humboldt was second with 67 points, followed by Osage, West Fork and Forest City as the top five teams. Clear Lake finished eighth with 221 points. Bryce Gidel of Humboldt won the girls race in a time of 20:02. On the boys side, Humboldt had three runners in the top ten to take the team title with 60 points, edging West Fork who had 68 points. South Hamilton was third with 113 points, Clear Lake was fourth with 139, while Newman was sixth with 148. Quinton Orr of Humboldt won the boys race with a time of 16:37.You can see the full results by clicking here MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Nelson Cruz hit two of Minnesota’s four home runs and matched his season high with five RBIs, igniting another impressive power display by the first-place Twins during an 8-5 victory over the Kansas City Royals to keep their American League Central lead at four games. They have nine games to go. Miguel Sanó homered and hit the tiebreaking RBI double in the fifth following the ejection of Royals starter Mike Montgomery, who started that inning by giving up a home run to Mitch Garver.last_img

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