Generals Win State Dual Team Opener

sibley ocheyedan school logoDes Moines Iowa — #5 Sibley Ocheyedan opened up Class 1A Dual team wrestling with a 36-32 win over #4 Logan Magnolia. With the win the Generals advance to the semi finals against top ranked Lisbon who defeated Sigourney in their first round match.

Sibley Ocheyedan 36, Logan Magnolia 32
138 River Meeker (#4 Logan-Magnolia) over Pedro Rodriguez (#5 Sibley-Ocheydan) Dec 5-2
145 Dylan Schuck (#5 Sibley-Ocheydan) over Austin Haner (#4 Logan-Magnolia) Fall 3:09
152 Brady Wilson (#4 Logan-Magnolia) over Kyle Green (#5 Sibley-Ocheydan) Maj 9-0 4.00
160 Garrett Sayler (#5 Sibley-Ocheydan) over Morgan Melby (#4 Logan-Magnolia) Maj 14-4
170 Trent Kruger (#5 Sibley-Ocheydan) over Riley Wohlers (#4 Logan-Magnolia) Dec 8-5
182 Hunter Dejong (#5 Sibley-Ocheydan) over Reide Meeker (#4 Logan-Magnolia) Fall 5:20
195 Drake Johnson (#4 Logan-Magnolia) over Trevor Kruger (#5 Sibley-Ocheydan) Fall 0:54
220 Matt Naig (#5 Sibley-Ocheydan) over Brayden Hudnut (#4 Logan-Magnolia) Fall 0:49
285 Christian Jensen (#4 Logan-Magnolia) over Jacob Wietzema (#5 Sibley-Ocheydan) Dec 7-6
106 Jose Flores (#5 Sibley-Ocheydan) over Sidney Pitt (#4 Logan-Magnolia) TF 18-2
113 Remington Meeker (#4 Logan-Magnolia) over Jordan Klein (#5 Sibley-Ocheydan) Fall 1:40
120 Zak Stanton (#5 Sibley-Ocheydan) over Hayden Doiel (#4 Logan-Magnolia) Fall 1:35
126 Garret Thompson (#4 Logan-Magnolia) over Unknown (Unattached) Forf
132 Bo Geise (#4 Logan-Magnolia) over Cole Newman (#5 Sibley-Ocheydan) Maj 12-1

State Dual Team Wrestling Results

ihsaa_officeDes Moines — State Dual Team wrestling is underway at Wells Fargo Arena with action in all classes of Iowa wrestling taking place. Sibley Ocheyedan is representing the area in Class 1A.

For Dual Team results click on the link below


Mustangs Advance With Win

Hartley, Iowa — Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn and George-Little Rock continued the road to the Girls State Basketball tournament with a Class 1A Girls Region 1 quarterfinal meeting Tuesday night in Hartley. The contest went down to the final minute as George-Little Rock came away with the victory 55-51.

Each team would fight for some kind of advantage throughout the first quarter and at the end of one it was George-Little Rock leading 12-10. The Hawks and Mustangs would continue to battle in the 2nd quarter, with the advantage in the Mustangs favor 25-20 at halftime. G-LR would keep their 5 point edge at the end of the third quarter, leading 37-32 over HMS. The Mustangs would lead in the 4th quarter by as much as 10 points, but HMS found a way to come back and tie it at 50-50 with less than a minute to go. Key free throws late by Mia Graham would seal the deal for G-LR and they would go onto win 55-51.

The Mustangs had two players in double figures. Mia Graham lead the charge with a team high 19 points, and Mariah Terhark added 15 of her own. Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn got a game high 24 points from Regan Shockley.

G-LR improves to 11-12 on the year. HMS ends their season at 16-7.

George-Little Rock will advance to the Class 1A Region 1 semifinal versus Marcus-Meriden-Cleghorn in Marcus at 7:00 pm on Friday night

Noteboom to Play for Dordt

Dordt_Defenders logoDeidra Noteboom, senior at Unity Christian High School in Orange City, Iowa has announced her intention to attend Dordt College and join the women’s basketball and soccer programs.

Noteboom currently averages seven points has 83 rebounds, 45 assists, 32 steals, and shoots 73% from the free throw line for the third ranked Knights who finished the regular season as conference champions. In 2105 Noteboom was part of a Unity Christian team that finished with a perfect 27-0 record, en route to winning the Iowa Class 2A State Championship. As a junior, she was named all-conference honorable mention, and was named player of the game during the state tournament. The three-year varsity player was also named honorable mention as a sophomore. In 2014 Unity finished as the class 3A state runner-up.

In soccer, Noteboom anchors Unity Christians backfield as a defender. She was named first team all-conference as a sophomore and followed that up with an honorable mention honor as a junior. She is also a three year varsity volleyball player, being named all-conference honorable mention as a junior and senior.

“Deidra is a work horse. You know when she gets onto the floor or field she will give the team everything she has. She is strong, plays with a lot of heart, and leads her team well. We are excited to see her develop on the basketball court and the soccer field. We feel that she will be a great asset to both programs and the overall campus at Dordt. Both Coach Elgersma and I believe she will thrive here at Dordt,” said head women’s basketball coach Katie DeWitt-Severson.

Deidra is the Daughter of Jeff and Kim Noteboom of Orange City, Iowa. She intends to study business at Dordt.

Sports Schedule for Wednesday February 17th

basketballNorthwest Iowa — Class 3A girls basketball semifinals are on the schedule for Wednesday. Our broadcast game is the upper bracket semifinal with MOC Floyd Valley at Sioux Center. Pregame begins at 6:45 with the opening tip at 7:00.

State Dual team wrestling will be decided in all Classes Wednesday at Wells Fargo Arena in Des Moines. In Class 1A (20-1) Sibley Ocheyedan opens the tournament at 11am    as they square off against (24-2) Logan Magnolia.


Class 3A Region 1 Girls Semifinals

MOC Floyd Valley at Sioux Center

Algona at Spirit Lake

Winners meet for a trip to State Saturday 2/20 in Sheldon

Rockets Fly By Braves

Rock Valley, Iowa — Cherokee and Rock Valley battled in Rock Valley Monday night for the 2nd game of our broadcast doubleheader. Rock Valley came out on top over the Cherokee Braves 71-42.

Rock Valley and Cherokee traded baskets throughout the first quarter, and at the end of the opening period it was 14-10 Rockets. The 2nd quarter would continue the back-and-forth between Cherokee and Rock Valley, but the Rockets would take charge midway through the quarter and extend their lead to 32-19 at the midway point. By the end of the 3rd, Rock Valley pushed the score to 56-25, and would come away victorious with a score of 71-42.

Rock Valley was lead by Myles Van Maanen with a game high 16 points, 10 of those coming in the 3rd quarter. Brett Moser added 15 of his own, 10 of those coming in the pivotal 2nd quarter, and Jason Taylor added 13.

The Braves had two players in double figures. Trey Valentine had 11 points before fouling out early in the 4th quarter, and Adam Cedar added 10 points of his own.

The Rockets improve to 13-9 on season. Cherokee ends their year at 6-16.

Rock Valley advances to the Class 2A District 1 semifinal to take on Hinton at Sioux Center at 6:30 pm Thursday night.