Sioux City North Outlasts Western Christian in Three Overtime Thriller – Area Basketball Wrap

western logoSioux City, Iowa — It took three overtimes before the dust settled and found #7 Sioux City North (4A) with at 70-68 victory over #3 Western Christian (2A) at the CNOS Foundation Basketball Classic.

In other area boys basketball action:

Estherville Lincoln Central 59, Pocahontas Area 57

Harris-Lake Park 64, George-Little Rock 40

Remsen-Union 81, Spalding Catholic, Granville 57

Sioux Central, Sioux Rapids 53, Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn 50


Second Half of The Season Begins For Many Area High School Teams

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The second half of the winter sports season begins for the Sheldon Orab Basketball teams as they host Boyden Hull Friday night at Orab Gym. We’ll bring you the broadcast on KIWA FM 105.3.

Basketball Doubleheaders

Boyden Hull at Sheldon
Broadcast on KIWA FM 105.3. Pregame for the girls at 6:05 with tip off at 6:15 with the boy’s game to follow. We’ll stream from the website at www.kiwaradio.com.

 

 

Central Lyon at Rock Valley

G-LR at Sibley Ocheyedan

Okoboji at Sioux Center

West Lyon at MOC Floyd Valley

West Sioux at Spalding

Remsen Union at HMS

MMC at South O’Brien

Unity at Remsen St Mary’s

Spencer at Western

Boys Basketball

6pm Gehlen vs Hinton at Tyson Event Center for CNOS Classic

 Wrestling

MOC Floyd Valley, West Lyon, Sioux Central and Adrian MN at the Spirit Lake Tournament

 


It’s Back to Work For Area High School Teams Thursday

basketballThe second half of the high school winter sports gets underway Thursday with a scattering of basketball and wrestling match ups

 

Basketball Doubleheaders

G-LR at Harris Lake Park

Spalding at Remsen Union

 

 

 

Boys Basketball

HMS at Sioux Central

Girl’s basketball

Gehlen at Hinton
Wrestling

BHRV, CL-G-LR, and Hinton at West Sioux

Sioux Center and Akron Westfield at MMC

HMS, Sibley Ocheyedan and Western at LeMars


Third Deer Tests Positive For CWD at Davis County Hunting Preserve in Southeast Iowa

DNR logoA male deer harvested Dec. 15, at the Pine Ridge Hunting Preserve in Davis County has tested positive for chronic wasting disease (CWD), which is the third positive test for the fatal disease at this facility.

The initial positive sample was confirmed in July that was submitted from a deer shot in December 2011. The second positive test was confirmed December 12th from a deer harvested December 1st.

As part of the Iowa Department of Natural Resources’ CWD response plan, the hunting preserve has been providing test samples from each deer shot at its facility. So far, 195 deer and nine elk have been taken according to the depopulation agreement with the landowner.

Clients at the hunting preserve are only allowed to take the cape and antlers attached to a clean skull plate from the facility.

The DNR is continuing to collect samples of wild deer harvested from the five mile zone surrounding the facility with a goal of 300 samples.  Iowa’s deer seasons available in Davis County run through January 20th.


Scores From the Pizza Ranch Basketball Classic At Northwestern

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Orange City, Iowa — Northwestern College played host for the annual Pizza Ranch Basketball Classic this weekend.  Four men’s college basketball teams participated in the annual event.  Three women’s college basketball teams also participated.  Games were played on Friday and Saturday, December 28th and 29th.  Here are the scores reported to KIWA Sports:

Men’s

Fri, 28 William Penn defeated Hastings 92-87
Fri, 28 Northwestern defeated Graceland 73-55
Sat, 29 Hastings defeated Graceland 78-48
Sat, 29 William Penn defeated Northwestern 86-82

 

Women’s

Fri, 28 Northwestern defeated Clarke 63-42
Sat, 29 Dordt defeated Clarke 69-48

Dordt Defeats Webber International On Friday

Dordt logoThe Dordt College Defender men’s basketball team got a 3-point basket from Cliff Warner with :21 left in the game and held on with a pair of defensive stops to take a 73-72 win over Webber International (Florida) at Babson Park, Florida on Friday night. The Defenders survived a five-minute drought in the second half and a sub-par shooting night from the free throw line in taking their 12th win of the season in 15 starts.