Area Class 1A Wrestlers Open Tournaments At Okoboji

Area Class 1A wrestlers took their first step toward the State Tournament at the Sectional in Okoboji Saturday. Emmetsburg won the team total at 206 followed by Okoboji at 161.
They will advance to the Dual Team Competition on Tuesday at Britt West Hancock. In the semi finals at 6pm Okoboji will go against Clarion Goldfield and Emmetsburg will meet Lake Mills. 

The rest of the team totals included Graettinger Terri at 151.5, Sibley Ocheyedan at 130, Western at 124, Hartley Melvin Sanborn at 120, West Sioux at 100 and West Lyon at 82.5.

Wrestlers advancing to The District at Sibley on Saturday February 11th include these individuals

106
Tyler Dalen Graettinger Terril
Brett Steinkamp Emmetsburg

113
Brent Reed Sibley Ocheyedan
Matt Henning Western

120
Kaleb Vanderpool Okoboji
Austin Thompson Graettinger Terril

126
Nick Drenth HMS
James Dubbelde West Lyon

132
Ty Gibson Graettinger Terril
Heath Nagel HMS

138
Jon Grevengoed Western
Trent Lundgren Graettinger Terril

145
Justin Studer Emmetsburg
Isidro Topete West Sioux

152
Brett Flynn HMS
Brady Bailey Emmetsburg

160
Zach Jones Okoboji
Nick Schany Emmetsburg

170
Andrew Wellik Emmetsburg
David Hernandez West Sioux

182
Tanner Taylor Okoboji
Austin McCartan Emmetsburg

195
Sam Van Ginkel Western
Taylor Wegner Emmetsburg

220
Trevor Van Den Top Western
Alonso Flores West Sioux
 
285
Logan Bonneman West Sioux
Patrick Coleman Sibley Ocheyedan


High School Basketball Scores for Friday

High School Basketball Scores for Friday 2/3/12
Girls Basketball Finals

Sioux Center  46 
Sheldon  37

George Little Rock  67
West Lyon  30

Central Lyon  52
Sibley Ocheyedan 47

Boyden Hull  48
Okoboji  36

MOC-FV  70
Rock Valley  32

Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn  48
Spalding  39

Remsen St Mary’s
Akron Westfield

West Sioux 47
Hinton 46

Gehlen
MMC

Unity  62
Remsen Union  35

E-LC 50
LeMars 25

Western Christian  54
Spencer  44

Spirit Lake  36
Emmetsburg  32

Clay Central Everly 44
Trinity Christian 31

Harris Lake Park  37
Graettinger-Terril-Ruthven-Ayrshire  34

 

Boys Basketball Finals

Sioux Center  57
Sheldon  52

West Lyon  58
George Little Rock  55

Sibley Ocheyedan  54
Central Lyon  52

Boyden Hull  77
Okoboji  38

MOC-FV  86
Rock Valley  27 
Keegan Mulder hit 12-3 pt buckets for MOC-FV, 11 in the first half, for a total of 36 pts on the night.

Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn  48
Spalding  36

Remsen St Mary’s 41
Akron Westfield 36

Hinton 64
West Sioux 40

Gehlen
MMC

Remsen Union  67
Unity  66

LeMars 69
E-LC 23

Western Christian  78
Spencer  52

Emmetsburg  57
Spirit Lake  46

Trinity Christian 62
Clay Central Everly 32

Harris Lake Park  56
Graettinger-Terril-Ruthven-Ayrshire  36


Sports Scores For Thursday

Sports Scores for Thursday 2/2/12
Girls Basketball

Sioux Central  64
South O’Brien  44

Spalding
Clay Central Everly
Boys Basketball

South O’Brien  66
Sioux Central  52

Clay Central Everly  70
Spalding  61

 

Wrestling

Spencer and Sioux City West at South Sioux City


Sioux Center Takes Two From Sheldon

The Sioux Center Warriors swept a Siouxland Conference basketball doubleheader as they defended the home floor. The girl’s final was 46-37 with Sioux Center taking the boy’s game 57-52.

In the girls game the Warriors opened up a 15-2 first quarter lead and rode that momentum the rest of the way. They were up at halftime 24-11 and led 35-17 at the end of the third quarter as they went on to the win.

Sioux Center had three players in double figures led by Morgan Rozeboom with 13 points. Paige Foreman hit for a dozen while Amber Baker added 10.

Crystal Rodger led the Orabs with 10 points including a three-pointer as the game ended.

With the win Sioux Center improves to 11-6 in the conference and 12-8 on the season. Sheldon slips to 6-12 in the conference and 7-13 on the season.
In the boys game that followed Sheldon led 9-4 at the end of the first quarter. A three pointer by Jason Sneller as time wound down in the half game the Warriors a 26-23 halftime lead. Sioux Center pushed the lead to 40-33 at the end of the third quarter before going on to win 57-52. Sheldon would pull to within four points late in the game bout Sioux Center made the key free throws that put the game away.

T J Buyert led Sioux Center with 17 points including four three-point buckets. He was joined in double figures by Micah Lassen with 11 points.

Sheldon got a game high 20 points from Dallas Ennema including 12 in the fourth quarter to fuel the Orabs come back attempt. Matt Dykstra hit for double figures as well with 11 points on the night.

With the win Sioux Center improves to 12-4 in the conference and 14-5 on the season. Sheldon stands at 9-9 in the conference and 9-10 for the season.

Next action for Sheldon comes on Tuesday when they travel to West Lyon for the final doubleheader of the season. The Sheldon boys wrap up the regular season Friday night at home against Central Lyon. The girls open tournament play on Saturday the 11th at Hartley against Hartley Melvin Sanborn


Road To Des Moines Begins Saturday For Area Wrestlers

The road to the Iowa State Wrestling Tournament in Des Moines begins with sectional competition on Saturday for Class 1A and 2A wrestlers.

In Class 2A Sheldon South O’Brien will compete in the sectional at Rock Valley. Other teams include Boyden Hull Rock Valley, Central Lyon George Little Rock, MOC Floyd Valley, Sioux Center and Spirit Lake. The first and second place finishers advance to the district Saturday February 11th in Cherokee.

In Class 1A Area teams will be at Okoboji where the field includes Emmetsburg, Graettinger Terrill, HMS, Okoboji, Sibley Ocheyedan, West Lyon, West Sioux and Western Christian. First and second place finishers advance to the district round on Saturday February 11th at Sibley.  

In Class 3A It’s straight to the District competition on Saturday February 11th. Area teams will be at Fort Dodge looking to qualify for state. Ames, Boone, Carroll, Fort Dodge, LeMars, Mason City, Spencer and Storm Lake will make up the field.

Wrestling begins at noon for both the Sectional and District rounds of competition. The top two individuals advance from the District and the top two from the District will qualify for State competition.


Latest Girls Basketball Poll Out

2011-2012 10th Iowa Girls High School Basketball Rankings
 
Class 1A
1 North Mahaska 19-0 1
2 Bedford 19-0 2
3 North Butler 16-1 3
4 Lynnville-Sully 18-2 5
5 West Sioux 18-1 4
6 LeMars Gehlen Catholic 16-2 7
7 Ar-We-Va 14-3 6
8 Newell-Fonda 14-5 9
9 Marcus-Meriden-Cleghorn 17-3 12
10 Boyden-Hull 13-5 13
11 Central Lyon 16-3 8
12 North Tama 17-3 10
13 Adair-Casey 17-2 14
14 Burlington Notre Dame 14-5 11
15 Coon Rapids-Bayard 15-4 NR
 
Dropped Out:  Villisca (15)
 
Class 2A

1 OA-BCIG 20-0 1
2 Estherville-Lincoln Central 19-1 2
3 IKM-Manning 18-1 3
4 West Hancock 18-0 4
5 Mediapolis 18-0 6
6 Kuemper Catholic 16-4 7
7 Western Christian 16-3 8
8 Lawton-Bronson 15-4 9
9 Fort Dodge St. Edmond 16-1 5
10 Pella Christian 15-2 10
11 Panorama 17-1 11
12 Maquoketa Valley 20-0 12
13 Van Buren 18-1 13
14 Sumner-Fredericksburg 18-0 14
15 Gilbert 18-2 15
 
Dropped Out: None
 
Class 3A                                                                                                                                                                                      1 Benton Community 17-0 1
2 Davenport Assumption 17-1 2
3 MOC-Floyd Valley 19-0 3
4 Sioux City Bishop Heelan 16-1 4
5 Glenwood 16-1 5
6 South Tama 17-1 6
7 Dubuque Wahlert 13-4 7
8 Williamsburg 16-3 9
9 Union 15-2 11
10 Waverly-Shell Rock 13-4 13
11 Bondurant-Farrar 16-2 10
12 Denison-Schleswig 12-6 14
13 Sergeant Bluff-Luton 12-5 8
14 Ballard 13-5 NR
15 Washington 13-4 NR
 
Dropped Out:  Spirit Lake (12), Marion (15)
 
Class 4A
1 Southeast Polk 18-1 2
2 Iowa City West 16-1 1
3 Ankeny 16-2 4
4 Mason City 15-2 3
5 Cedar Rapids Xavier 13-5 5
6 Waukee 14-5 9
7 Cedar Rapids Kennedy 10-6 14
8 Dowling Catholic 12-6 12
9 Iowa City High   13-5 6
10 Cedar Rapids Washington 11-6 7
11 Muscatine 15-3 13
12 Cedar Rapids Prairie 11-5 10
13 West Des Moines Valley 12-6 NR
14 Lewis Central 15-2 11
15 Cedar Falls 11-6 NR
 
Dropped Out:    Ames (8), Des Moines East (15)