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Tuesday January 7th Local Sports

TONIGHT:

– AM-1300 KGLO, kgloam.com — Mason City High vs. Johnston — girls 6:15, boys follow

– AM-1300 KGLO — Iowa men at Nebraska — joined in progress after MCHS basketball

– AM-1490/96.7-FM KRIB, kribam.com — Clear Lake boys vs. Charles City — 7:30

 

 

WAVERLY — Waverly-Shell Rock held Clear Lake to 12 points in the second half as the 11th-ranked in Class 4A Go-Hawks handed the 2nd-ranked in 3A Lions their first loss of the season last night, 58-35, as you heard on AM-1490 & 96.7-FM KRIB and kribam.com. Clear Lake took advantage of 10 second quarter turnovers by Waverly-Shell Rock to take the lead before the Go-Hawks finished out the quarter with a 28-23 advantage. Waverly-Shell Rock outscored the Lions 15-5 in the third quarter and 15-7 in the fourth to pick up the win. Abbie Draper had 19 while Britney Young 17 to lead Waverly-Shell Rock. Chelsey Holck had 11 to lead the Lions, while leading scorer Sara Faber was held scoreless in the second half and had eight in the game. Clear Lake is 7-1 and will re-enter North Central Conference play on Friday at Humboldt.

 

 

— other girls scores
Clarksville 68, North Butler 35
Humboldt 66, Belmond-Klemme 51
Northwood-Kensett 38, Riceville 33
Tripoli 70, Rockford 48

 

 

— boys scores
Clarksville 52, North Butler 49
Lake Mills 80, North Union 33
Riceville 35, Northwood-Kensett 28

 

 

DES MOINES (AP) — This week’s AP Boys Basketball Poll:

Class 4A
Record Pts Prv
1. Waukee (7) 6-0 104 1
2. Dubuque, Hempstead 7-0 92 3
3. Sioux City, East (2) 7-0 71 4
4. Waterloo, West (1) 6-1 67 5
5. Ankeny Centennial (1) 7-1 52 2
6. Cedar Falls (1) 5-1 48 7
7. Dowling Catholic, West Des Moines 6-1 47 9
8. Iowa City, West 5-1 42 8
9. Prairie, Cedar Rapids 6-1 38 6
10. Council Bluffs, Abraham Lincoln 5-0 37 10
Others receiving votes: North Scott, Eldridge 24. Dubuque, Senior 18. Ankeny 17. Cedar Rapids, Kennedy 3.

 

 

Class 3A
Record Pts Prv
1. Assumption, Davenport (8) 7-0 114 1
2. Carroll (3) 5-0 100 2
3. Dallas Center-Grimes (1) 7-0 90 3
4. Mount Vernon 7-0 81 4
5. Algona 6-0 66 7
6. Winterset 5-1 53 5
7. Norwalk 4-2 36 8
8. Harlan 6-1 30 6
9. MOC-Floyd Valley 7-1 25 NR
10. Central Clinton, De Witt 6-1 19 NR
Others receiving votes: Clear Lake 13. Pella 10. Marion 10. Knoxville 6. Sergeant Bluff-Luton 4. Webster City 1. Gilbert 1. Glenwood 1.

 

Class 2A
Record Pts Prv
1. West Sioux, Hawarden (1) 8-0 96 6
2. Treynor (4) 7-1 87 2
3. North Linn, Troy Mills (3) 7-0 86 3
4. Camanche (4) 6-0 82 T4
5. Beckman Catholic, Dyersville 7-1 64 1
6. Dike-New Hartford 7-0 46 9
7. Regina, Iowa City 6-1 35 T4
8. Van Meter 5-0 23 10
9. East Sac County 6-1 22 NR
10. Boyden-Hull 6-1 19 8
Others receiving votes: Albia 18. Monticello 17. Osage 10. Aplington-Parkersburg 10. Western Christian, Hull 8. South Central Calhoun 8. Woodward-Granger 7. Des Moines Christian 6. Unity Christian, Orange City 6. West Branch 5. West Burlington 2. Pella Christian 2. Tri-Center, Neola 1.

 

 

Class 1A
Record Pts Prv
1. St. Mary’s, Remsen (5) 7-0 109 1
2. Montezuma (1) 6-0 89 2
3. Easton Valley 8-0 80 4
4. West Fork, Sheffield (1) 8-0 78 5
5. Bishop Garrigan, Algona (3) 8-1 76 3
6. WACO, Wayland (2) 9-0 55 6
7. Siouxland Community Christian 8-0 30 NR
8. Lake Mills 6-1 24 9
9. CAM, Anita 7-0 18 NR
10. Gladbrook-Reinbeck 6-0 16 10
Others receiving votes: Don Bosco, Gilbertville 14. Martensdale-St. Marys 13. South O’Brien, Paullina 13. Mount Ayr 9. Grand View Christian 8. Ankeny Christian Academy 7. Madrid 5. Notre Dame, Burlington 5. George-Little Rock 3. MFL-Mar-Mac 2. Springville 2. Stanton 1. New London 1. Newell-Fonda 1. Meskwaki Settlement School 1.

 

 

MASON CITY — The NIACC men remained ranked fourth in the new junior college Division II poll released on Monday. NIACC improves to 13-1 overall with a 100-88 win over Iowa Western on Saturday night. North Central Missouri is the #1 team in this week’s men’s poll, followed by Milwaukee Area Tech, Niagara County, NIACC and then DMACC. The NIACC women dropped to sixth in the new women’s Division II poll released on Monday. The Lady Trojans are 14-1 overall after finishing fifth in the Illinois Central Holiday Tournament, dropping a game to currently 9th-ranked Bryant & Stratton of Wisconsin. Kirkwood is the nation’s top-ranked team, followed by Kansas City Kansas, Lincoln Land of Illinois, Johnson County Kansas, Highland Kansas and then NIACC. Both NIACC teams host Little Priest Tribal College on Wednesday night in games you’ll hear on AM-1300 KGLO and kgloam.com, with the doubleheader starting at 5:30. The Trojan teams then play at DMACC on Saturday afternoon.

 

 

IOWA CITY — The Iowa Hawkeyes could be down a third starter on Tuesday night when they visit Nebraska. Freshman guard CJ Fredrick missed the second half of Saturday’s loss at Penn State with a foot or ankle injury. He is the Big Ten’s leading three point shooter at 50 percent.

That’s Iowa coach Fran McCaffery who says the injury is not a sprained ankle and he is not sure when it occurred.

If Fredrick can’t go McCaffery may insert backup center Ryan Kriener into the lineup. He injured a knee in Saturday’s loss.

The Hawkeyes have already lost forward Jack Nunge and guard Jordan Bohannon to season ending surgeries. Under first year coach Fred Hoiberg the Huskers are 6-8 overall and 1-2 in the Big Ten. You can hear the conclusion of the Iowa-Nebraska game on AM-1300 KGLO tonight after Mason City High basketball coverage.

 

 

AMES — Texas used a 12-0 third quarter run to take command in an 81-75 win over the Iowa State women in Ames, Cyclone coach Bill Fennelly.

Fennelly says the Cyclones needed to be stronger against the Longhorn’s physical style of play.

Iowa State falls to 9-4 overall and 1-1 in the Big 12. They’ll travel to Oklahoma on Saturday.

 

 

IOWA CITY — Iowa safety Geno Stone is headed to the NFL Draft. Stone was a second-team all-Big Ten Conference selection by the coaches after recording 70 tackles, breaking up five passes and forced three fumbles for Iowa this season. Stone made the announcement on social media on Monday, saying after serious discussion with his family, confidantes and coaches, he’s decided to declare fo the NFL Draft.



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