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Top 20 Challenge

Iowa State visits 16th ranked Auburn on Saturday as part of the SEC/Big 12 Challenge. The Cyclones are 9-9 after a win over Oklahoma State. Auburn is 16-2 after a win over South Carolina. Coach Steve Prohm’s

Boys Basketball

Boys Basketball Belle Plaine     52 Iowa Valley 32 GMG 54 Colo-Nesco 36 Glad-Reinbeck 58 East Marshall 44 Madrid 74 Nevada 72 Marshalltown 61 Fort Dodge 40 Newton 48 DCGrimes 47 PCM, Monroe 67 S.Hamilton  54 West

Girls Finals

Girls Basketball BGM 69   HLV 35 Colo-Nesco 58, GMG 27 DC-Grimes 52 Newton 35 Gilbert 61 Nevada 31 Grundy Cent. 46 BCLUW 32 Fort Dodge 57 Marshalltown 26 W. Marshall 55 AGWSR   44

31 In A Row At Home

The 19th ranked Iowa Hawkeye women outscored Ohio State 24-16 in the fourth quarter to pull away for a 77-68 win, their 31st straight victory at home. Senior guard Kathleen Doyle had 13 of her game high

Thursday Scores

Wrestling EM/GMG 34 Dike-N. Hartford 24 EM/GMG 39 S. Winneshiek 30 EM/GMG 47 Wapsie Valley 30 Swimming Ankeny 86 Ames 84 Boys Basketball Bondurant-Farrar 63   Nevada 43 East Marshall 73 Collins-Maxwell 55 Glad-Reinbeck 66 Columbus  57

Perfection Not Quite Enough

A perfect game was dampened by a team loss as the Ottumwa boys defeated Marshalltown in bowling 3450 to 2982. Bobcat senior Lucas Kramer rolled a perfect 300 game, the third of his career to keep the

Iowa Holds On

Iowa claimed its fourth straight win as the 19th ranked Hawkeyes held off 24th Rutgers in Iowa City to claim an 85-80 win. The 85 points is the most The Scarlet Knights have given up this season.

ISU Women Cruise

Ashley Joens scored 21 points and grabbed 11 rebounds as the Iowa State women beat Kansas State 73-59. It was the Cyclones’ second straight win as they move to 3-3 in the Big 12. ISU coach Bill

Other Roundball

Mens Basketball S. Illinois 68 Northern Iowa 66 Buena Vista 90 Central 75 Drake 73 Evansville 50 Womens Basketball Central 71 Buena Vista 56

Cyclones Break Out

So maybe the lid is off the Cyclone basket? Solomon Young scored 27 points and Iowa State made 11 three-pointers in an 89-82 win over Oklahoma State. Rasir Bolton scored 21 points and Tyrese Haliburton added 20