by KIX 101.1/ 1230 KFJB Sports Departmentposted Nov 27 2013 9:34AM
~Adair-Casey 58, Guthrie Center 47
ADM, Adel 65, Van Meter 64
Akron-Westfield 49, West Sioux, Hawarden 25
Algona 49, Forest City 33
Ames 69, Iowa City, West 53
Ankeny Centennial 57, Ballard 38
Bellevue 47, West Branch 41
Bettendorf 53, Wahlert, Dubuque 50
Bondurant Farrar 52, Panorama, Panora 35
Cedar Falls 55, Charles City 37
Cedar Rapids Xavier 55, Decorah 39
Cedar Rapids, Kennedy 67, Davenport, Central 38
Central City 52, Cedar Valley Christian School 33
Central Clinton, DeWitt 58, Solon 39
Central Lee, Donnellson 52, Holy Trinity 32
Central Springs 63, Newman Catholic, Mason City 54
Clarinda 73, Lenox 24
Clarion-Goldfield 64, Bishop Garrigan 47
Creston 69, Mount Ayr 58
Dallas Center-Grimes 62, Carlisle 27
Denison-Schleswig 38, Atlantic 37
Des Moines, East 75, Ankeny 30
Dike-New Hartford 67, Don Bosco, Gilbertville 17
Dubuque, Senior 49, Pleasant Valley 47
Earlham 56, Interstate 35,Truro 45
East Buchanan, Winthrop 49, Marquette Catholic, Bellevue 47
Eddyville-Blakesburg-Fremont 77, Pleasantville 39
English Valleys, North English 50, Montezuma 28
Epworth, Western Dubuque 43, Beckman Catholic, Dyersville 29
Fairfield 49, Ottumwa 43
Fort Dodge 58, Des Moines, Hoover 56
Gilbert 65, Colfax-Mingo 27
Glenwood 54, Council Bluffs, Thomas Jefferson 14
Greene County 49, Saydel 44
H-L-V, Victor 58, Tri-County, Thornburg 48
Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn 38, Sioux Central, Sioux Rapids 36
Highland, Riverside 53, Lone Tree 50
Hinton 65, LeMars 33
Hudson 65, East Marshall, LeGrand 27
Indianola 39, Urbandale 34
Iowa City, City High 76, North Scott, Eldridge 41
Iowa Valley, Marengo 63, Belle Plaine 34
Kee, Lansing 38, Turkey Valley, Jackson Junction 36
Keota 33, North Mahaska, New Sharon 30
Kuemper Catholic, Carroll 64, Carroll 18
Lewis Central 52, Sioux City, North 51
Linn-Mar, Marion 54, Keokuk 45
Lynnville-Sully 47, Sigourney 38
Manson Northwest Webster 77, Estherville Lincoln Central 23
Maquoketa Valley, Delhi 55, Easton Valley 15
Marshalltown 61, Des Moines, North 23
Mediapolis 81, Iowa Mennonite, Kalona 56
Midland, Wyoming 50, Lisbon 38
MOC-Floyd Valley 69, West Lyon, Inwood 18
Mount Vernon 54, Maquoketa 41
Murray 57, Southeast Warren, Liberty Center 50
Nevada 52, PCM, Monroe 34
New London 78, Harmony, Farmington 10
Newell-Fonda 61, Ridge View 33
North Linn, Troy Mills 65, Prince of Peace Prep, Clinton 25
North Polk, Alleman 61, South Hamilton, Jewell 22
North Union 42, North Iowa, Buffalo Center 39
Notre Dame, Burlington 92, West Burlington 35
Oelwein 43, Central Elkader 30
Okoboji, Milford 54, Sioux Center 48
Oskaloosa 28, Centerville 25, OT
Pella Christian 47, Albia 44
Pocahontas Area 51, Humboldt 37
Rockford 74, Clarksville 51
Roland-Story, Story City 46, C-M-B, Baxter 22
Sergeant Bluff-Luton 57, Cherokee, Washington 43
Sheldon 48, Boyden-Hull 29
Shenandoah 66, East Mills 38
Sibley-Ocheyedan 61, George-Little Rock 53
Sioux City, West 81, Lawton-Bronson 53
South Central Calhoun 59, Storm Lake 21
South Hardin 67, GMG, Garwin 16
South O'Brien, Paullina 58, Alta/Aurelia 17
South Winneshiek, Calmar 45, Postville 38
Southeast Polk 84, Des Moines, Lincoln 30
St. Edmond, Fort Dodge 75, Eagle Grove 26
Stanton 49, Bedford 39
Sumner-Fredericksburg 50, MFL-Mar-Mac 42
Wapello 47, Louisa-Muscatine 41
Waterloo, West 66, Waverly-Shell Rock 34
West Delaware, Manchester 51, Independence 30
West Fork, Sheffield 49, Garner-Hayfield/Ventura 37
West Marshall, State Center 64, Iowa Falls-Alden 38
Williamsburg 59, Benton Community 46
Winfield-Mount Union 46, Columbus Community, Columbus Junction 40
Three men have been arrested on suspicion of robbing a liquor store in Cedar Rapids.
Police say two men entered Big Discount Liquor on Tuesday night with guns and demanded money. No injuries were reported and the men left with an undisclosed amount of cash.
Authorities say they quickly located a suspect vehicle and a pursuit ensued. The car was found unoccupied a short time later, but officers found two people matching the description of the robbery suspects. They were arrested.
A third suspect was identified in the investigation and arrested.
The men have been identified at 27-year-old Robert Larry Ray Barlow, 36-year-old Joshua M. Sandlin and 19-year-old Jack Daniels Yoders. They each face a charge of first-degree robbery, among others. Court records do not list attorneys.
Authorities say they're looking for a man who failed to return from a work release assignment in central Iowa.
The state Department of Corrections says 24-year-old Nelson Messiah Humes was placed on escape status Saturday. He is accused of failing to return to the Curt Forbes Residential Center in Ames from a work release assignment.
Hume was on parole supervision before being transferred to work release in August. He is serving time for a conviction of willful injury causing bodily injury and first-degree theft.
An Iowa sheriff's deputy says his agency has contracted to pick up a man in a Vermont jail so he can face charges in his home state.
Thirty-two-year-old Christopher M. Wood was arrested in the northeastern Vermont town of St. Johnsbury last week after a traffic stop and police discovered he's wanted on warrants stemming from an April hammer attack in Cherokee County.
A Vermont judge offered Wood the opportunity to drive himself home so he could face the charges, but he couldn't post the required bail.
Wood's attorney says his client wants to return to Iowa.
Cherokee County Chief Deputy Jeff Friedrichsen says Wood waived extradition and they've contracted with a transport company to get him. He doesn't know when Wood will be returned.
A 38-year-old man is scheduled to be resentenced Wednesday for the 1992 slaying of a woman in Dubuque when he was a teenager.
Court records say Sean Rhomberg was 16 when he was charged after the November 1992 killing of 70-year-old Marion Carpenter. Rhomberg was convicted of stabbing Carpenter in the neck with a kitchen knife during a robbery attempt. Authorities say Carpenter had hired Rhomberg the day before to shovel snow at her home.
Rhomberg has been serving a life sentence. Rhomberg's attorney filed a motion for a resentencing after the Iowa Supreme Court ruled that a U.S. Supreme Court decision that banned sentences of life without parole for juveniles can be applied retroactively.
Federal authorities say an Iowa man has been charged with defrauding his former employer in Illinois of at least $2.7 million.
U.S. Attorney Jim Lewis said 47-year-old Dominic Scodeller of Davenport, Iowa, was arrested Tuesday on charges of fraud and money laundering. A grand jury indicted Scodeller on 15 counts last week.
Authorities say Scodeller defrauded Bituminous Insurance Companies from about 2001 to May 2013. Scodeller was a purchasing and facilities manager for the Rock Island-based company. Authorities say he approved payments to bogus entities that he created and transferred the money for personal use.
Scodeller was ordered held in U.S. Marshals Service custody pending a detention hearing.
He faces up to 20 years in prison for each count of fraud and money laundering. It wasn't immediately clear if he has an attorney.
Hillary Rodham Clinton will campaign with Democratic Senate candidate Bruce Braley in Iowa as the election nears.
The former first lady, senator and secretary of state planned to appear Wednesday at events in Cedar Rapids and Davenport. She was expected to stress early voting.
Clinton came to Iowa in September to headline retiring Sen. Tom Harkin's last annual \"Steak Fry\" fundraiser. She has kept up a busy schedule this fall, campaigning for Democrats in close races.
On Saturday, former President Bill Clinton will appear at two events in Iowa for Braley.
Braley, a four-term congressman from Waterloo, is locked in a tight race against Republican Joni Ernst, a state lawmaker and lieutenant colonel in the Iowa National Guard. Ernst will campaign Wednesday with Arizona Sen. John McCain.
A Waterloo man faces a first-degree murder charge in the shooting death of another man at a nightclub in August.
36-year-old Rodolfo Gonzalez Pena made an appearance in court Tuesday. Online records do not list an attorney.
Pena is accused of shooting 35-year-old Celio Antonio Posada, of Minneapolis, in the early morning hours of Aug. 23. The pair hung out prior to the shooting. Authorities say they still don't know what led to the shooting.
Gonzalez has been jailed on gun charges since the shooting.
Commercial air flights will return to Fort Dodge with Air Choice One offering trips to Lambert-St. Louis International Airport.
Fort Dodge has been without air service since Great Lakes Airlines stopped flights in February, because of a lack of pilots.
It's not yet known when the new flights by Air Choice One will start. The airline's chief administrative officer, Cindy Stork, says a starting date hasn't been finalized.
But Rhonda Chambers, the aviation director of Fort Dodge Regional Airport, says she expects the service will start in about 60 to 90 days. Chambers says the airport's commission is excited commercial flights will be offered again at the Fort Dodge airport.
A former northeastern Iowa ethanol plant worker says a jury's $1.4 million verdict in her favor sends a message that workplace sexual harassment cannot be tolerated.
A jury ruled last week that Homeland Energy Solutions in Lawler must pay Tina Haskenhoff $100,000 for lost wages and $1.3 million for past and future emotional distress.
Haskenhoff says plant manager Kevin Howes and other employees repeatedly made inappropriate comments about her and other women. Haskenhoff says she was accused of poor performance after complaining in 2011.
Haskenhoff said Tuesday she cried after the Chickasaw County jury returned the verdict. The 46-year-old Sumner resident says she hopes that she can move on from a devastating period.
But corporation attorney Kevin Visser says the verdict's tainted by improper jury instructions that will be appealed.
Two students have been suspended from a Lancaster-area high school football team after a prank involving the head of the school's Baron mascot.
The Manheim Central School District removed the defensive starters, both seniors, from the team. That happened after a photograph appeared on SnapChat showing one of them wearing the Baron's head while nude in the locker room.
Reno Dart and the player who took the photo were also suspended from school for three days for what the district deemed \"defacing school property.\"
The district did not identify the second player and declined comment.
Dart's parents told the newspaper the Oct. 17 photograph was likely in poor taste but not malicious. The mascot wasn't damaged.
They say the episode has cost both players college scholarship opportunities.
Relatives of a Broncos fan who went missing during last week's game are concerned for his safety.
Police are still searching for 53-year-old Paul Kitterman since Thursday night's matchup with the San Diego Chargers at Sports Authority Field. His stepson, Jarod Tonneson, says he was last seen after he left his seat to meet friends at halftime.
Denver police spokesman Sonny Jackson said detectives do not suspect foul play, but he would not elaborate.
Relatives spent the weekend posting fliers and checking area hospitals and detox centers.
Tonneson says Kitterman had left his cellphone at home and did not have much cash. He says Kitterman has no known health problems and does not use drugs.
The Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity has confirmed that a chemical company has decided to build a $1.4 billion fertilizer plant in eastern Illinois.
Department spokesman David Roeder (ROH'-der) said Tuesday that Cronus Chemicals will build the plant just outside Tuscola. The plant will employ about 175 people. Another 2,000 temporary construction jobs are expected to be created while the plant is being built.
Roeder confirmed Cronus also plans to open a U.S. headquarters in Chicago with about 25 employees.
Construction is expected to start on the Cronus Fertilizers plant next spring and take about three years.
The company chose the site over another location in Mitchell County, Iowa. It considered sites in other states, too.
Details of any incentives that Illinois offered to Cronus weren't immediately available.