Football Results For Friday September 13th

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Friday Night Football Final Results for Friday, September 13, 2013

Unity Christian 23 at Sheldon 68

Boyden-Hull/Rock Valley 0 at Sioux Center 19

Cherokee, Washington 0 at Central Lyon/George-Little Rock 40

Western Christian 35 at MOC-Floyd Valley 19

South O’Brien 19 at Gehlen Catholic, Le Mars 25

Sibley-Ocheyedan 10 at Alta/Aurelia 24

West Lyon 46 at Hinton 0


Sports Schedule For Saturday September 14th

volleyballVolleyball tournaments at Spirit Lake, LeMars and Rock Valley highlight the Saturday schedule. On the Football field Northwestern is at Doane while Dordt is at home against Midland.

 

Volleyball

Sheldon, E-LC, Harris Lake Park, North Union, Okoboji, Sibley Ocheyedan and Trinity Christian at the Spirit Lake invite
Dakota Valley, Gehlen, Hinton, Kingsley Pierson, Lawton Bronson, River Valley, Sergeant Bluff Luton, Sioux City West, South O’Brien and Woodbury Central at LeMars
Heelan, MOC Floyd Valley, Rock Valley, Sioux Center, Unity and Western Christian at Rock Valley
College Football

1pm

Northwestern at Doane

Midland at Dordt

5pm

Iowa at Iowa State

UNI has the week off

 

 

 


Top Ranked Orabs Open With 3-0 Win

Orab-LogoThe Sheldon Orab Volleyball Team opened the Siouxland Conference schedule with a 3-0 home win over Okoboji Thursday night. The set scores were 25-8, 25-10 and 25-8.

Allie Jongewaard had 25 assists. Marti Vogel was the kills leader with 14. Jessica Van Beek added 10. MacKensey Radke had 3 solo blocks. At the serve receive line Van Beek went 25-of-25. Katlyn Holtrop was 18-of-18 and Vogel went 10-of-10.

With the win Sheldon improved to 11-0 on the season and will take part in the Spirit Lake Tournament on Saturday .

 

Elsewhere in the Siouxland Conference Thursday night …..

MOC-Floyd Valley 25-25-25, Sibley-Ocheyedan 12-22-17
Sioux Center 25-25-21-25, Boyden-Hull 13-19-25-18
Rock Valley 25-25-25, George-Little Rock 8-18-22


Orabs Top Latest 3A Volleyball Poll

Orab-LogoThe  third Iowa Girls High School Volleyball Rankings of the season are out and the Sheldon Orabs sit on top of the 3A poll.  Western Christian is ranked second in Class 2A.

 

 

 

 

Class 1A
1 Holy Trinity Catholic 5-0 1
2 Janesville 5-1 2
3 Tripoli 3-2 3
4 LeMars Gehlen Catholic 5-3 4
5 Grandview Park Baptist 2-3 5
6 New London 5-1 6
7 Winfield-Mount Union 6-2 7
8 Stanton 8-0 8
9 Central Lyon 9-3 9
10 Bishop Garrigan 4-2 10
11 Murray 2-0 11
12 Lisbon 7-2 14
13 Harris-Lake Park 8-4 15
14 Springville 6-3 NR
15 Adair-Casey 7-0 NR

Dropped Out: Exira/Elk Horn-Kimballton (12), Marquette Catholic (13)

Class 2A
1 Dike-New Hartford 7-1 1
2 Western Christian 5-1 2
3 Sumner-Fredericksburg 6-0 5
4 Council Bluffs St. Albert 6-1 3
5 Eddyville-Blakesburg/Fremont 10-0 6
6 Hinton 6-2 4
7 Edgewood-Colesburg 3-0 7
8 Grundy Center 5-0 8
9 Ridge View 7-1 9
10 South Central Calhoun 14-1 10
11 North Butler 5-0 12
12 Lake Mills 6-2 11
13 Hudson 11-1 NR
14 Sioux Central 7-1 13
15 Des Moines Christian 11-3 15

Dropped Out: Boyden-Hull (14)

Class 3A
1 Sheldon 8-0 2
2 Union 3-2 1
3 Kuemper Catholic 3-0 3
4 MOC-Floyd Valley 2-1 6
5 Red Oak 1-1 4
6 Nevada 5-2 7
7 Unity Christian 9-0 10
8 Center Point-Urbana 11-1 14
9 Mount Vernon 7-1 5
10 Algona 8-2 8
11 Sioux Center 9-1 9
12 East Sac County 12-1 12
13 Mediapolis 8-0 13
14 Bondurant-Farrar 10-5 11
15 West Liberty 8-3 NR

Dropped Out: Beckman Catholic (15)

Class 4A
1 Solon 8-0 2
2 Harlan 9-2 1
3 Waverly-Shell Rock 11-1 7
4 West Delaware 8-2 3
5 Indianola 6-2 8
6 Davenport Assumption 5-1 6
7 Charles City 11-2 4
8 Cedar Rapids Xavier 6-2 8
9 Sioux City Bishop Heelan 4-6 5
10 Lewis Central 4-2 NR
11 Webster City 6-2 10
12 Marion 4-3 12
13 Dubuque Wahlert 1-2 14
14 Clear Creek-Amana 6-2 13
15 Mount Pleasant 7-0 NR

Dropped Out: Newton (11), Fairfield (15)

 Class 5A

1 Bettendorf 6-0 1
2 Dowling Catholic 9-1 4
3 Ankeny 6-1 5
4 Johnston 9-1 2
5 Pleasant Valley 5-1 6
6 Cedar Falls 7-1 3
7 Dubuque Hempstead 7-2 7
8 Urbandale 8-2 8
9 Iowa City High 6-0 10
10 Southeast Polk 9-1 NR

Dropped Out: West Des Moines Valley (9)


Weekly Iowa DNR Fishing Report For Northwest Iowa

Iowa DNRThe Iowa Department of Natural Resources issues a weekly fishing report on Thursdays in an effort to provide the latest information heading into the weekend. The weekly fishing report is compiled from information gathered from local bait shops, angler creel surveys, and county and state parks staff. For current information, contact the district fisheries office at the phone number listed at the end of each district report.

 

NORTHWEST IOWA

 

Big Spirit Lake

Smallmouth Bass – Slow: Look around rock piles and weed lines with a combination being even better. Largemouth Bass – Slow: Fish have been found in a few different areas but there doesn’t seem to be a clear cut pattern.  Pitching docks, cranking weed lines, and top water early and late have all caught a few fish.  Walleye – Slow: Fishing continues to be slow but a few more fish are starting to come in.  Trolling live bait rigs as well as crankbaits early and late in the day seems to be the best.  Shore anglers are also catching a few.

 

East Okoboji Lake

Yellow Bass – Fair: Try a pilkie tipped with wigglers over rock piles.

 

West Okoboji Lake

Bluegill – Slow: Look for bluegills in and around weeds, with open pockets and weed edges being the most productive.  Live bait rigged on a slip bobber rig suspended just above the weeds has been good as well as jigging pilkies and small jigs. A few perch and yellow bass are also being picked up with this presentation.

 

Little Sioux River (state line to Linn Grove)

The water is low and fish are concentrated in deeper holes.  Try a white twister tail for walleye and a worm on bottom should catch just about anything.

 

Little Sioux River (Linn Grove to Correctionville)

Good sized catfish are taking chicken livers and chicken guts.  Use a slip sinker and hook and look for the current breaks along high banks preferably or the standard snags.  Anglers should really focus on the current breaks.

 

Storm Lake (including Little Storm Lake)

Fishing remains the same as last week.  Channel Catfish – Good: Drift fishing with night crawlers have been working.  White Bass – Fair: White bass can be caught pulling plugs, crankbaits, or casting white twisters.  Walleye – Slow: Pulling plugs or shad raps continue to be the best producers. The dredge machine on Storm Lake is in operation.  Stay clear of the dredge, booster pump, and pipeline that runs from the dredge to the east shore.

 

For more information contact the Spirit Lake Hatchery at 712-336-1840.

 


Sports Schedule For Thursday September 12th

volleyballSiouxland Conference volleyball highlights the Thursday schedule including Okoboji at Sheldon. Listen for the broadcast on KIWA FM 105.3. Pregame at 6:50 for a 7pm first serve. We’ll stream from the website at www.kiwaradio.com.

Other Thursday matches include Boyden Hull at Sioux Center, Central Lyon at West Lyon along with George Little Rock at RockValley.