Friday September 16th Local Sports


AM-1300 KGLO, — Mason City at Webster City — Pritchards Pre-Game 7:00, kickoff 7:30

93.9-FM KIA, — Newman vs. St. Ansgar — Pritchards Pre-Game 6:45, kickoff 7:00

AM-1490/96.7-FM KRIB,, NFHS Network — Radio Iowa Scouting Report 6:30; Clear Lake vs. Osage — Pritchards Pre-Game 6:45, kickoff 7:30; Iowa High School Scoreboard Show 10:00-11:30


AM-1300 KGLO — Minnesota Twins at Cleveland — pre-game 11:30, first pitch 12:10

AM-1300 KGLO — Iowa vs. Nevada — pre-game 4:30, kickoff 6:30


AM-1300 KGLO — Minnesota Twins at Cleveland — Inside Twins 11:30, pre-game 12:00, first pitch 12:40



CLEAR LAKE — The Clear Lake girls won the team title while the Clear Lake boys finished second at their cross country invitational at the Veterans Memorial Golf Course on Thursday. On the girls side, Addison Doughan of Clear Lake won the girls title in 19:53, beating second-place Lilian Nelson of Forest City by 1:12. The Lions had all five of their scoring runners finish in the top 11 to easily win the team title with 35 points. Forest City was second with 65, followed by Humboldt with 87. On the boys side, Ames had all six of their runners finish in the top six as the Little Cyclones won the team title with 15 points. Clear Lake was second with 78, followed by Forest City in third with 85. Owen Almelien of North Butler was seventh with a time of 17:22, Jack Crane of Clear Lake was eighth with a time of 17:24, while Joey Ringo of Newman was ninth in 17:38. You can find the full results of the Clear Lake Cross Country Invitational by clicking here



WEBSTER CITY — The Mason City High football team closes out non-district play tonight with a road trip to Webster City. The Riverhawks are 2-1 on the season after a 33-7 win at Charles City. Kale Hobart has passed for 678 yards through three games to lead Mason City. The Lynx are 1-2 after losses to ranked teams Humboldt and Waverly-Shell Rock and a win at Boone in between. Junior Jaxon Chery leads the Webster City single-wing offensive attack with 359 yards rushing. You can hear the Mason City-Webster City game on AM-1300 KGLO and starting with the Pritchards Pre-Game at about 7 o’clock with the kickoff slated for 7:30.



MASON CITY — Newman re-enters Class A District 2 play tonight hosting 10th-ranked St. Ansgar. Both teams are 2-1 on the season after blowout wins last week. Zach Sheldon leads the Newman rushing attack with 238 yards and three touchdowns while Max Burt has passed for 359 yards and six touchdowns. Two St. Ansgar players have led the Saints’ power rushing attack with more than 400 yards this season, with Tate Mayer having 450 yards and six touchdowns while Connor King has racked up 429 yards and four scores. You can hear the Newman-St. Ansgar game on 93.9 The Country Moose and starting with the Pritchards Pre-Game at about 6:45 with the kickoff slated for 7 o’clock.



CLEAR LAKE — Clear Lake starts Class 2A District 3 play hosting Osage for homecoming. Both teams are 1-2 after losses last week. Lions head coach Jared DeVries says he believes a tough non-district schedule that included losses to #10/3A Algona and #7/1A Dike-New Hartford were a good prep heading into district play.

DeVries says his team is ready to face the Green Devils to start district competition.

You can hear the Clear Lake-Osage game on AM-1490/96.7-FM KRIB and as well as watch it on the NFHS Network. The Pritchards Pre-Game starts at 6:45 with the kickoff scheduled for 7:30.



— rest of the area high school football schedule
== Class A District 2
St. Ansgar at Newman
Lake Mills at North Union
West Hancock at West Fork
BCLUW at North Butler (non-district)

== Class 1A District 2
South Hamilton at Belmond-Klemme
Eagle Grove at Woodward-Granger
Manson-Northwest Webster at South Central Calhoun

== Class 1A District 3
East Marshall at Central Springs
Denver at Aplington-Parkersburg
South Hardin at Dike-New Hartford

== Class 2A District 3
Osage at Clear Lake
Garner-Hayfield-Ventura at New Hampton
Crestwood at Forest City

== Class 3A District 3
Charles City at Decorah (non-district)



MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Carlos Correa’s solo home run in the first inning and Nick Gordon’s two-run shot in the second gave the Minnesota Twins enough to hang on for a 3-2 victory to finish a three-game sweep of the Kansas City Royals. The Twins pulled within four games of first-place Cleveland in the AL Central race after allowing only 13 hits in the series. They had five relievers throw scoreless innings. Minnesota is 12-4 against Kansas City this season. The Twins hit the road for five games in Cleveland this weekend.



IOWA CITY — The Iowa offense is searching for answers heading into Saturday night’s game against Nevada. The Hawkeyes are last in the country in total offense by averaging only 158 yards per game and they are the only team in the country with just one offensive touchdown. Sophomore running back Gavin Williams says they are trying to move on after a 10-7 loss against Iowa State.

Williams believes the offense will make strides.

Despite being next to last in the country in quarterback rating Spencer Petras will again be the starter on Saturday.

Kickoff from Kinnick Stadium is scheduled for 6:30 on Saturday night, with the pre-game at 4:30 on AM-1300 KGLO