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Tuesday January 26th Local Sports

TONIGHT:

AM-1300 KGLO, kgloam. com — Newman vs. Rockford — girls 6:15, boys follow

AM-1490/96.7-FM KRIB, kribam.com — CLear Lake at Clarion-Goldfield-Dows — girls 6:15, boys follow

 

 

DES MOINES (AP) — Iowa Boys Basketball Prep Poll By The Associated Press

The Top Ten teams in the Associated Press Iowa high school basketball poll with first-place votes in parentheses and won-loss record, total points and position last week at right:

Class 1A
Record Pts Prv
1. North Linn, Troy Mills (8) 15-0 89 1
2. Lake Mills (1) 13-0 77 2
3. Martensdale-St. Marys 13-0 70 3
4. Easton Valley 15-0 57 4
5. Gehlen Catholic, Le Mars 14-1 45 6
6. Springville 15-1 44 5
7. Montezuma 13-2 30 8
8. Grand View Christian 12-1 29 9
9. St. Mary’s, Remsen 13-1 25 7
10. Wapsie Valley, Fairbank 11-2 21 10
Others receiving votes: Dunkerton 2. Edgewood-Colesburg 2. Janesville 1. Keota 1. Newell-Fonda 1. Notre Dame, Burlington 1.

 

Class 2A
Record Pts Prv
1. Boyden-Hull (9) 14-0 90 1
2. A-H-S-TW, Avoca 14-1 62 3
3. Des Moines Christian 12-1 56 7
4. Western Christian, Hull 12-3 54 6
5. Dike-New Hartford 12-2 42 2
(tie) West Branch 9-0 42 4
7. OA-BCIG 13-1 39 9
8. Denver 12-2 38 8
9. Pekin 14-1 24 10
10. Roland-Story, Story City 11-1 14 NR
Others receiving votes: Albia 8. Spirit Lake 7. North Fayette, Valley 7. Treynor 4. West Burlington 2. AC-GC 2. Aplington-Parkersburg 2. Camanche 1. Garner-Hayfield-Ventura 1.

 

Class 3A
Record Pts Prv
1. Ballard (5) 11-1 79 4
2. Pella (1) 11-1 71 1
3. Monticello (2) 12-0 68 5
4. Dallas Center-Grimes (1) 11-1 63 6
5. Carroll 12-1 62 2
6. Assumption, Davenport 10-2 41 3
(tie) Solon 13-1 41 7
8. Epworth, Western Dubuque 10-2 24 8
9. Glenwood 12-2 19 10
10. Clear Lake 11-1 14 9
Others receiving votes: Clear Creek-Amana 12. Le Mars 1.

 

 

Class 4A
Record Pts Prv
1. Cedar Falls (7) 9-0 88 1
2. Waukee (2) 7-1 79 2
3. Johnston 5-1 73 3
4. Ankeny Centennial 9-1 66 4
5. Iowa City Liberty 5-0 51 6
6. Dubuque, Hempstead 8-2 40 7
7. Valley, West Des Moines 7-2 34 5
8. Council Bluffs, Abraham Lincoln 10-3 28 8
9. Southeast Polk 8-2 13 NR
10. Pleasant Valley 9-2 12 NR
Others receiving votes: Ames 4. Des Moines, Hoover 3. Norwalk 2. North Scott, Eldridge 1. Davenport, West 1.

 

 

 

— high school boys basketball last night
Charles City 78, Osage 58
Forest City 59, North Union 25
West Hancock 62, Eagle Grove 31

— high school girls basketball last night
Osage 59, Charles City 30
Northwood-Kensett 53, North Iowa 27

 

 

AMES — Oklahoma State used a late 8-0 to break the game open in an 81-60 win over Iowa State. The short handed Cyclones played without four starters and just six scholarship players and fell to 0-6 in the Big 12. ISU coach Steve Prohm felt his team ran out of gas.

Oklahoma State dominated on the glass and outrebounded the Cyclones 49-19.

The Cyclones return to action Saturday at Mississippi State as part of the SEC/Big 12 Challenge.

 

 

CEDAR FALLS — Freshman Nate Heise scored a season high 18 pints as UNI beat Coe 70-60 in the McLeod Center as the Panthers improved to 4-10 on the season.

Heise says Coe stayed in the game by controlling the tempo.

Trae Berhow also had 18 points for UNI as the Panthers look ahead to this weekend’s Missouri Valley Conference series at Southern Illinois.

 

 

DES MOINES — The Drake Bulldogs finally return to action tonight when they open a two game series at Missouri State. The Bulldogs are 13-0 but have not played since January 4th due to a COVID pause and had five games postponed.

That’s Drake coach Darian DeVries who says in a few days of practice they have tried to focus on the things that helped them start fast.

Drake is 4-0 in Missouri Valley play. Missouri State is 5-1.

 

AMES — Iowa State athletic director Jamie Pollard expects the department to run a $25 million deficit due to COVID-19. He had originally expected a deficit of $35 million.

Pollard says they are looking at options to deal with the deficit.

Pollard made the announcement in a video produced for Cyclone fans.

 

 

CEDAR FALLS — UNI football coach Mark Farley spent much of the fall watching how college and NFL teams practiced and played during a pandemic. The Panthers opened practice last week as they get ready for the February 19th start of their spring season.

Farley says a key is remaining flexible when it comes to practice and game planning.

Farley says they are anticipating issues with COVID.

UNI hosts South Dakota State on February 19th.

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