All Siouxland Girls Basketball Teams Have Been Released

basketball2012-2013 Siouxland Conference Girls Basketball All-Conference

First Team 
*Bridget Doeden Sibley-Ocheyedan Junior
*Alexis Conaway MOC/FV Junior
*Lexi Ackerman Central Lyon Senior
Kelsey Ackerman Central Lyon Senior
Kori Schulte Central Lyon Senior
Jillian Estes Sioux Center Senior
Emily McDonald MOC/FV Junior
* = unanimous selection


Second Team
Krista Bousema Sheldon Junior
Rylee Yaw MOC/FV Senior
Taylor Carstensen George-Little Rock Senior
Megan Peschong Okoboji Freshman
Jill Vander Plaats Sioux Center Sophomore

Third Team
Tarah Meyer West Lyon Sophomore
Kensy Vande Hoef Rock Valley Junior
Abby Taylor Okoboji Junior
Sam Wielenga MOC/FV Senior
Amber Bakker Sioux Center Senior

Honorable Mention
Abbie Provost Sheldon Senior
Nicole Ewoldt Boyden-Hull Senior
Addie Meyer West Lyon Sophomore
Monserrat Figueroa Rock Valley Senior
Kayla Ackerman Sibley-Ocheyedan Junior
Keeley Kruse George-Little Rock Senior
Carrigan Cleveringa Sioux Center Senior
Sarah Halse Central Lyon Sophomore
Katie Landhuis MOC/FV Junior
Skylar Hansen Okoboji Senior


All Siouxland Conference Wrestling Teams Announced

wrestling gearFirst Team All Conference

106 Sam Klarenbeek 11 Boyden-Hull/Rock Valley 31-3
113 Cristian Lopez 11 Sioux Center 15-16
120 Efrain Anzua 11 MOC-Floyd Valley 18-3
126 Colby Mc Intire 10 Central Lyon/GLR 28-4
132 Austin Gregg 12 Boyden-Hull/Rock Valley 26-5
138 Elijah Dahl 11 MOC-Floyd Valley 27-1
145 Tyler Reck 12 Sibley-Ocheyedan 29-11
152 Dylan Van’t Hof 11 Sioux Center 32-2
160 Ethan Achterhoff 11 MOC-Floyd Valley 24-7
170 Chris De Noble 12 Sibley-Ocheyedan 26-13
182 Dallas Rozeboom 12 Boyden-Hull/Rock Valley 26-1
195 Ty Koldenhoven 12 Boyden-Hull/Rock Valley 34-2
220 Bryce Kelleher 12 Sheldon/South O’Brien 32-4
285 Gregory Palma 10 Boyden-Hull/Rock Valley 27-6


At-Large Hunter Berkanpas 12 Boyden-Hull/Rock Valley 14-2
At-Large Tyler Dolieslager 12 Boyden-Hull/Rock Valley 35-1
At-Large Taylor Cody 12 Okoboji 24-10
At-Large Austin Rohrs 11 Sheldon/South O’Brien 31-4
At-Large Cole Heronemus 12 Sibley-Ocheyedan 25-8


Second Team All Conference
106 Brady Jones 9 Okoboji 15-10
113 Kyle Viereck 11 West Lyon 9-7
120 Max Klarenbeek 12 Boyden-Hull/Rock Valley 26-9
126 Kaleb Vanderpool 11 Okoboji 18-7
132 Zach Sauers 12 West Lyon 14-8
160 John Ver Mulm 11 Boyden-Hull/Rock Valley 23-13
170 Mitchell Sandbulte 10 Sioux Center 21-9
182 Dylan Brockshus 12 Sibley-Ocheyedan 31-10
195 Travis Vander Streek 10 Central Lyon/GLR 28-5
285 Brody Koerselman 10 MOC-Floyd Valley 16-11

At-Large Toby Maggert 12 Sheldon/South O’Brien 26-9
At-Large Gunnar Klinker 11 Sheldon/South O’Brien 24-6
At-Large Ben Starr 12 Central Lyon/GLR 20-4
At-Large Jordan Schemmel 12 West Lyon 33-9


Iowa Girls Basketball State Tournament Berths to Be Decided Monday

basketballIowa Girls Basketball in Class 2A and 1A reaches the Region Final stage Monday night with State Tournament trips up for grabs.

Our broadcast game on KIWA FM 105.3 features the Class 2A match up between top ranked Western Christian and Okoboji for the Region 1 title. The game site will be the Sibley Ocheyedan High School Gym.

Western Christian the defending 2A Champs come in at 21-1 on the season coming off an 81-45 win in the semis over South O’Brien. In that game three players hit double figures. Brooke Wolterstorff hit for 20 points. Erika Douma dropped 5 three-point buckets for 15 points and Kim Kroeze added 11.

Okoboji brings a record of 17-6 to the contest having eliminated Emmetsburg 41-39 in Friday’s semi finals. Abby Taylor led the offense with 14 points while Skylar Hanson hit for 11 points.

Leading the Wolfpack is Brooke Wolterstorff averaging 13.7 points per game and Kim Kroeze with 9.4 points per game.

The Pioneers are led by Darby Jones with 10 points per game and Abby Taylor with 9.8 points per game.

You can hear the broadcast on KIWA FM 105.3 with pregame at 6:45 and an opening tip of 7:00pm.


The Class 1A Region 1 title will be decided at Sioux Center as top ranked Central Lyon with a record of 22-2 squares off with West Sioux who comes in at 15-8. in the semifinals Friday Central Lyon advanced with a 66-55 win over George Little Rock. In that game three players hit double figures as Lexi Ackerman led the way with 26 followed by Kori Schulte with 14 and Ivy Sieperda with 13.

West Sioux advanced with a 47-46 semifinal win over West Bend Mallard. Jade Lynn Vlotho had a double-double with 16 points and 11 rebounds. Rylee Negaard pumped in a dozen and Clarissa Anderson added 10 points.

Leading the Lions offense is Lexi Ackerman averaging 16.8 points per game. Also averaging double figures is Kori Schulte at 13.6 per game.

West Sioux has one player averaging double figures. That’s Jade Lynn Vlotho with 18.5 per game.

MOC Floyd Valley Headed Back to Girls State Basketball Tournament

MOC logoThe MOC Floyd Valley Lady Dutch are State Tournament bound after a 59-30 win Saturday night over South Central Calhoun in the Region 1 title game played at Cherokee. The Lady Dutch will make their second straight appearance in the State 3A Girls Basketball Tournament in Des Moines.

At the end of the first quarter it was a two point game with MOC Floyd Valley in front 13-11. The Lady Dutch outscored the Titans 10-0 in the second quarter to roll into halftime in front 23-11. At the end of the third quarter the lead was up to 35-18 as they rolled to a 59-30 win.

Alexis Conaway led all scorers with 23 points on the night including an 8-of-8 performance at the free throw line. She was joined in double figures by Katie Landhuis with 13 points including a pair of three point buckets. Emily McDonald added 12 points with 6 buckets coming from close range underneath.

South Central Calhoun was led by Haley Birks with 9 points on the night.

With the win second ranked MOC Floyd Valley improves to 23-1 on the season while the Titans end the season at 19-5.

The Lady Dutch open State Tournament play on Tuesday February 26th as they go against 18-7 Mid-Prairie at 3:15 in the lower bracket. Also in the lower bracket will be a 5pm opening round game matching third ranked Estherville Lincoln Central and 9th ranked Spirit Lake. E-LC comes in at 21-3 while Spirit Lake’s record is 16-8.

3A Girls Basketball Teams Get Their Tickets Punched For The State Tournament Feb 16th

basketballNorthwest, Iowa — Three northwest Iowa basketball teams got their State Tournament Tickets punched in 3A action Saturday night.  MOC-Floyd Valley won their Region 1 Final game, Spirit Lake took the Region 2 Crown, and Estherville-Lincoln Central came out on top in Region 3.

Here are the final scores…………..

Region 1

MOC-Floyd Valley 59, South Central Calhoun 30


Region 2

Spirit Lake 51, Garner-Hayfield/Ventura 37


Region 3

Estherville-Lincoln Central 62, Nevada 31


The 3A Girls State Basketball Tournament opens Tuesday morning, February 26th at Wells Fargo Arena in Des Moines.

State Individual Wrestling Day Three Saturday

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Day three of the Iowa State Wrestling Tournament got underway at 10am Saturday morning with the consolation matches in all classes. The day will finished with the finals in all classes beginning with the Grand March at Wells Fargo Arena in Des Moines.

The top finish for area wrestlers was turned in by Tyler Dolieslager of Boyden Hull Rock Valley who finished second in the state at 220 pounds in Class 2A. Dolieslager wrestled his way to the championship match by opening with a 7-6 decision Thursday and followed that on Friday with a 7-2 decision in the quarterfinals and a pin in the semifinals in a time of 5:19. The senior finishes the season with a record of 47-4.

In the 2A consolation semifinals Saturday at 160 pounds Jacob Van Ginkel of Western-Unity lost by fall and then came out on the short end of a 12-4 score in the fifth place match. He finished 6th at the State Tournament.

At 220 pounds Bryce Kelleher of Sheldon South O’Brien dropped an 11-9 decision in the consolation semis and followed that with a 6-2 loss in the fifth place match to finish 6th in the tournament.

In Class 1A Colby McIntire of Central Lyon George Little Rock finished fourth at 126 pounds. He posted an 11-3 major decision in the consolation semifinals and was pinned in the third place match.