Friday December 7th Local Sports

THIS WEEKEND

— Friday

= AM-1300 KGLO, kgloam.com, KGLO mobile app — Mason City High vs. Valley West Des Moines — girls 6:15, boys follow

= AM-1490/96.7-FM KRIB, kribam.com, KRIB mobile app — Clear Lake vs. Iowa Falls-Alden — girls 6:15, boys follow

— Saturday
= AM-1300 KGLO, kgloam.com, KGLO mobile app — Mason City High boys at Cedar Falls — 1:45 pre-game, 2:00 tipoff

 

 

 

IOWA CITY — The 18th ranked Iowa Hawkeyes blew the game open in the second half during an emotional night in Carver-Hawkeye Arena. Iowa shot 57 percent in a 98-84 win over Iowa State. Tyler Cook had 26 points and 11 rebounds to lead the Hawkeyes.

Iowa improves to 7-2 and bounced back from a 22-point loss at 10th ranked Michigan State.

The game included a first half scuffle that resulted in three technical fouls and another scuffle at the end of the game as the Hawkeyes were running out the clock. Iowa coach Fran McCaffery pulled his team off the court and their was no hand shake.

Iowa State coach Steve Prohm raced on the court twice to separate players. He says an Iowa assistant coach told him “to keep his hands off of our players”.

Prohm says it was a test the Cyclones needed.

Freshman Talen Horton-Tucker led the Cyclones with 21 points.

 

 

MILWAUKEE (AP) — Nick McGlynn and Nick Norton combined for 29 points to lead Drake to its fifth straight win, a 75-61 victory over Milwaukee on Thursday night.

McGlynn had 15 points and Norton drained 4 of 7 from deep to total 14 points. Brady Ellingson added 11 while dishing out five assists and recording three steals. Liam Robbins contributed nine points while grabbing a career-best 12 rebounds for Drake (6-1). The Bulldogs’ only loss was at Colorado.

Drake trailed early, taking its first lead at 15-14 after Ellingson nailed a 3 and Robbins followed with a layup with 8:57 remaining in the first half. The Bulldogs finished the half on a 23-8 run to go up 38-22 at the break. Drake continued the push in the second half and led 54-30 after D.J. Wilkins drained a 3 at the 13:00 mark.

The Bulldogs shot 44 percent (25-57) from the floor while limiting Milwaukee to 18-of-53 shooting (34 percent). Drake also nailed 10 of 30 from long range while the Panthers hit just 4 of 23 from distance.

Darius Roy had 19 points to lead Milwaukee (2-7), which lost its third straight game.

 

 

— boys basketball Thursday night
Rockford 60, West Hancock 57

— girls basketball Thursday night
West Hancock 61, Rockford 19

 

 

DES MOINES — 12/6/18 Iowa Girls High School Basketball Rankings — Compiled by the Iowa Girls High School Athletic Union

Class 1A
School Record LW
1 Newell-Fonda 4-0 1
2 West Hancock 4-0 2
3 Montezuma 5-1 3
4 CAM 4-0 6
5 Seymour 3-0 8
6 Janesville 3-0 9
7 Lynnville-Sully 5-1 14
8 North Mahaska 4-1 3
9 AGWSR 2-1 5
10 Colo-Nesco 3-0 10
11 Clarksville 3-1 11
12 Marquette Catholic 6-1 15
13 Kingsley-Pierson 5-0 NR
14 Westwood 3-1 7
15 Glidden-Ralston 3-0 NR
Dropped Out: Exira-EHk (12), Gehlen Catholic (13)

 

 

Class 2A
School Record LW
1 Grundy Center 4-0 1
2 Treynor 4-0 2
3 Central Decatur 3-0 3
4 Cherokee 5-0 4
5 South Central Calhoun 6-0 7
6 Panorama 3-0 9
7 Bellevue 5-0 11
8 Cascade 2-1 5
9 Dike-New Hartford 2-1 6
10 North Linn 4-0 10
11 Van Buren 4-1 8
12 Mediapolis 5-0 13
13 Martensdale-St. Marys 6-0 14
14 Jesup 5-0 NR
15 Van Meter 4-0 NR
Dropped Out: Iowa City Regina (12), Maquoketa Valley (15)

 

 

Class 3A
School Record LW
1 North Polk 4-1 1
2 Clear Lake 3-0 2
3 Osage 3-0 5
4 Red Oak 2-1 3
5 Center Point-Urbana 3-1 4
6 Algona 3-0 6
7 Waukon 2-0 7
8 Roland-Story 3-0 8
9 Okoboji 5-0 9
10 Shenandoah 4-1 10
11 Crestwood 3-1 11
12 Central Lee 5-1 12
13 Iowa Falls-Alden 5-0 15
14 Des Moines Christian 3-2 NR
15 Carroll 4-0 NR
Dropped Out: South Tama (12), Davenport Assumption (14)

 

 

Class 4A
School Record LW
1 Marion 4-0 1
2 North Scott 5-0 2
3 Mason City 3-1 3
4 Grinnell 3-0 4
5 Cedar Rapids Xavier 4-0 5
6 LeMars 3-0 7
7 Boone 4-0 8
8 Western Dubuque 2-3 6
9 Bishop Heelan 3-0 10
10 Lewis Central 3-0 11
11 Fairfield 3-2 9
12 Knoxville 4-0 12
13 Central DeWitt 4-0 14
14 Waverly-Shell Rock 3-1 15
15 Dallas Center-Grimes 4-1 NR
Dropped Out: Denison-Schleswig (13)

 

 

Class 5A
School Record LW
1 West Des Moines Valley 5-0 4
2 Iowa City High 2-0 3
3 Johnston 5-1 5
4 Waukee 2-1 2
5 Cedar Falls 3-0 6
6 Iowa City West 3-0 7
7 Dowling Catholic 3-2 8
8 Southeast Polk 4-1 1
9 Cedar Rapids Prairie 1-2 9
10 Ankeny Centennial 3-2 10
11 Cedar Rapids Washington 3-0 13
12 Pleasant Valley 5-0 NR
13 Ankeny 4-1 NR
14 Des Moines East 3-2 14
15 Ames 3-2 15
Dropped Out: Dubuque Hempstead (11), Ottumwa (12)

 

 

FORT DODGE — Clear Lake opened up the wrestling season Thursday night winning two North Central Conference duals, beating the host St. Edmond 78-6 and Clarion-Goldfield-Dows 36-24, as you heard on AM-1490/96.7-FM KRIB. In the feature match of the night, top-ranked at 132 pounds Eric Faught of Clear Lake pinned 6th-ranked Remington Hanson of Clarion-Goldfield-Dows in 3:18. Faught says he was pleased with how his team looked in their first outing of the season.

Clear Lake wrestles at the Dick Kennedy Duals in Webster City tomorrow. Clarion-Goldfield-Dows won the other dual 72-6 over St. Edmond.

 

 

DES MOINES — Des Moines Roosevelt took advantage of a couple of open weights at the end of the match to beat Mason City 39-36 in CIML wrestling last night. Winning by pin for the Mohawks were Caden Brager at 220, Troy Monahan at 285, and Colby Schriever at 138, while Cooper Wiemann at 113 and Cullan Schriever at 120 won by forfeit. Chris Keller at 132 and Connor Wiemann at 126 won by decision. Mason City now travels to Western Dubuque for a wrestling tournament tomorrow.

 

 

— Top of Iowa Conference wrestling results last night
@ Forest City
Osage 60, Newman 21
Osage 62, Forest City 15
Osage 46, West Hancock 23
West Hancock 48, Newman 28
West Hancock 42, Forest City 32
Forest City 38, Newman 33

 

@ Manly
Lake Mills 48, Central Springs 21
Lake Mills 81, North Union 0
Lake Mills 71, St. Ansgar 12
Central Springs 59, North Union 16
Central Springs 66, St. Ansgar 15
St. Ansgar 63, North Union 18

 

@ Rockford
Hampton-Dumont-CAL 72, Rockford 6
Hampton-Dumont-CAL 60, Tripoli 0
Tripoli 30, Rockford 12

 

@ Eagle Grove
Nashua-Plainfield 78, West Fork 6
Nashua-Plainfield 50, Eagle Grove 27
Northwood-Kensett 66, West Fork 0
Northwood-Kensett 45, Eagle Grove 32
Eagle Grove 63, West Fork 12

 

@ Waverly-Shell Rock
Waverly-Shell Rock 66, Charles City 12

 

 

ROCKFORD, ILLINOIS — Former University of Iowa quarterback Ryan Driscoll has died from an apparent heart attack at the age of 44. Driscoll played in 25 games over three seasons for Hayden Fry in the mid-1990s, passing for 1232 yards with four touchdowns and nine interceptions. Driscoll was a prep standout at Linn-Mar, throwing for over 3600 yards and 29 touchdowns, leading Linn-Mar to the Class 4A state championship in 1990. Numerous media reports say Driscoll died while running on his treadmill Wednesday at his home in the Rockford Illinois area.

 

 

TAMPA — Iowa coach Kirk Ferentz and Mississippi State coach Joe Moorhead addressed the media in Tampa where the Hawkeyes and Bulldogs meet in the Outback Bowl on New Years Day. It will be Iowa’s sixth appearance in the Outback.

Ferentz says the Outback always provides a tough opponent and 8-4 Mississippi State is no different.

This is Mississippi State’s first trip to the Outback Bowl.

Moorhead is completing his first year as the Bulldogs’ head coach after serving as the offensive coordinator at Penn State.

 

 

SAN ANTONIO — Iowa State coach Matt Campbell and Washington State coach Mike Leach took part in a joint news conference in San Antonio. The Cyclones and Cougars collide in the December 28 Alamo Bowl. Campbell earned his second Big-12 Coach of the Year award after leading ISU to an 8-4 record.

The Cyclones closed the regular season by winning seven of their last eight games.

Leach was named Pac 12 Coach of the Year after leading the Cougars to a 10-2 record.

Leach says coaching awards are about the team.

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