Wednesday January 10th Local Sports

TONIGHT
= AM-1300 KGLO — NCAA basketball — Xavier at Villanova — 6:45

 

JOHNSTON — Johnston swept Mason City in a CIML doubleheader last night, as you heard on AM-1300 KGLO. In the girls game, Megan Meyer had 25 points but it wasn’t enough as the Mohawks fell to the 7th-ranked team in Class 5A 72-45. The Dragons led by four after the first quarter but pulled away in the second quarter, taking a 21-point lead into the locker room. Mason City drops to 6-7 on the season. In the boys game, the Mohawks lost 71-40 as they drop to 2-9 on the year. The Mohawks are back on the road on Friday when they travel to Urbandale.

 

OSAGE — Josh Fitzgerald hit a jumper with four seconds to go, giving the Newman boys a 67-65 win at Osage in a Top of Iowa Conference East Division matchup last night. Fitzgerald finished with 22 points while Justin Fausnaugh added 18. Newman hosts North Butler on Friday. Osage drops to 8-3 and travels to Central Springs on Friday. In the girls game, Osage edged Newman 55-51.

 

— other girls scores last night
Rockford 62, Nashua-Plainfield 30
Garrigan 75, Belmond-Klemme 35
West Hancock 68, Lake Mills 34
St. Ansgar 48, Central Springs 43
Forest City 67, Eagle Grove 24
Garner-Hayfield-Ventura 54, North Iowa 37
North Butler 42, Northwood-Kensett 24

 

— other boys scores last night
St. Ansgar 52, Central Springs 45
West Hancock 54, Lake Mills 52
Garner-Hayfield-Ventura 76, North Iowa 41
North Butler 41, Northwood-Kensett 31
Rockford 70, Nashua-Plainfield 43
Garrigan 85, Belmond-Klemme 36
Forest City 61, Eagle Grove 46
Charles City 70, New Hampton 48

 

LAWRENCE, KANSAS — A valiant effort by Iowa State came up short at 12th ranked Kansas. The Jayhawks used a late 9-0 run to edge the Cyclones 83-78 as Iowa State falls to 0-4 in the Big 12.

Freshman guard Lindell Wigginton led the Cyclones with 27 points.

“We feel like we could come in and beat them at home”, said Wigginton. “But we did not execute down the stretch and that cost us the game.”

The Cyclones committed 17 turnovers, including three in the final two minutes when the game was on the line.

“You just can not give up live ball turnovers here”, said Iowa State coach Steve Prohm. “Too many turnovers down the stretch and we just did not have the movement we did when we were playing well.”

Donovan Jackson added 20 points as the Cyclones fall to 9-6 overall.

Iowa State hosts Baylor on Saturday

 

DES MOINES — Drake takes the early Missouri Valley lead on the road tonight to conference newcomer Valparaiso. The Crusaders regularly play two seven-footers and will have a significant size advantage. Drake coach Niko Medved says a lack of size is a factor in every game. The lack of size has made the play of Nick McGlynn even more important. The 6-8 junior is averaging just under 11 points and six rebounds. Drake is 4-0 in the Valley.

 

CEDAR FALLS — The Northern Iowa Panthers will be out to snap a six game losing skid on Wednesday night when they visit Indiana State. The Sycamore guard tandem of Brenton Scott and Jordan Barnes average better than 31 points per game. UNI coach Ben Jacobson says they will provide a defensive challenge. The Panthers are 0-4 in the Valley and Jacobson says they need to do a better job of converting at the offensive end. Indiana State is 2-2 in the Valley.

 

CLEAR LAKE — Clear Lake split their pair of duals in a home wrestling triangular on Tuesday night. The Lions fell to #3/1A Denver 56-17 in the opener, getting wins by technical fall by Kade Hambly and pins from Eric Faught and Braxton Doebel. Doebel also picked up a pin in the other dual as the Lions beat Charles City 61-16. In the other dual, Denver beat Charles City 56-14. Clear Lake is scheduled to wrestle at Iowa Falls-Alden tomorrow night in a North Central Conference triangular that also includes Hampton-Dumont. You can hear Clear Lake’s matches on AM-1490 & 96.7-FM KRIB starting at 6 o’clock.

 

 

— other duals last night
@ Belmond
Forest City 54, Belmond-Klemme 26
Forest City 46, South Hamilton 27
South Hamilton 40, Belmond-Klemme 36

 

@ Hampton
North Butler-Clarksville 45, Hampton-Dumont 27
North Butler-Clarksville 53, Nevada 15
Nevada 42, Hampton-Dumont 39

 

ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — Dougie Hamilton scored 2:39 into overtime to lift the Calgary Flames over the Minnesota Wild 3-2. Micheal Ferland and Sean Monahan each had a goal and assist and Johnny Gaudreau added three assists for the Flames, who began a four-game trip with a season-high fourth straight win. Mike Smith made 33 saves. Mikael Granlund and Jared Spurgeon scored for Minnesota, which lost for just the third time in its last 14 home games — two of which were in overtime.

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