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    Six CIML Wins and Other Regional Volleyball Scores

    CLASS 5-A Ankeny 25-25-25 DEFEATS Mason City 16-15-15 Ankeny Centennial 25-25-25 DEFEATS Ames 8-18-13 Bettendorf 25-25-25 DEFEATS Dubuque Senior 7-10-12 Cedar Falls 26-25-26 DEFEATS Waterloo East 24-11-24 Cedar Rapids Jefferson 25-17-17-25-15 DEFEATS Marshalltown 20-25-25-18-11 Cedar Rapids Kennedy 23-26-25-25-15 DEFEATS Linn-Mar 25-28-23-23-12 Cedar Rapids Prairie 25-25-25 DEFEATS Davenport West 15-10-18 Council Bluffs Abraham Lincoln 25-25-25 DEFEATS Sioux City North 5-12-11 Iowa City High 23-25-25-27 DEFEATS Burlington 25-20-10-25 Johnston 25-25-25 DEFEATS Des Moines East 3-14-13 Iowa City West 25-25-25 DEFEATS Southeast Polk […]

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    Wired: Say Goodbye to Buxton

    INDIANOLA, Iowa — Friday night, Indianola got a win in its last game at  Simpson College’s Buxton Stadium. A new stadium opens next year for the team, one the team won’t have to travel to by bus. Channel 13’s Michael Admire has more Buxton memories.

  • Iowans Trek to KC to Cheer on Royals

    KANSAS CITY, Missouri — Big Blue fever has taken over.  After a 29 year absence, the Kansas City Royals are back in the World Series. Channel 13’s Michael Admire was in Kansas City before game 1 against the Giants with plenty of Iowans who made the trip south, hoping to witness history.

  • Raygun Raking in the Cash in Kansas City

    KANSAS CITY, Missouri — The last time the Kansas City Royals won the World Series was back in 1985, but it’s not just the team and fans benefiting from the team’s hot streak. Local Des Moines t-shirt company Raygun just opened a store in Kansas City in the spring, Royals fever has caused sales to skyrocket. Channel 13’s Michael Admire has more on an Iowa business cashing in on Royals mania.  

  • Wired: Celebrating Kelsey

    PLEASANT HILL, Iowa — Bitter sweet is the most common emotion seniors felt Friday night at Southeast Polk’s football game. These are nights we never forget, and the Rams dance team made sure to remember and celebrate the life of a friend they had to say goodbye to far too soon. Channel 13’s Michael Admire has more.

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    Ames High’s Diving Dynasty

    AMES, Iowa — The Ames High girls swimming and diving team has an overall grade point average of 3.8, but the Little Cyclones aren’t just smart, they’re good. Michael Admire has more.

  • Wired: Royals Fever

    COLO, Iowa — Michael Admire finds an Iowa town as crazy about the Royals as he is…but is it the right Royals?

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    Wired: Waukee Homecoming Queen Crowned

    WAUKEE, Iowa — Waukee’s Homecoming queen will never forget her coronation. Channel 13’s Michael Admire has her story.

  • Wired: Newton’s Inspiring Kicking Coach

    NEWTON, Iowa — Channel 13’s Michael Admire has a wonderful story on an amazing man who has pushed aside the obstacles in his life to give back to his hometown team.  

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    Hawkeye Pride Tattooed On Ultimate Fan’s Skin

    CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa — Iowa Hawkeye football coach Kirk Ferentz has his critics, but also his fans. Brian Truesdell takes that fandom to another level. Truesdell shows his support for Ferentz, for life, in his tattoos. Brian started simple. First Ferentz’s face, then Hayden Fry`s. There`s no going back now, Brian`s Hawkeye pride is on permanent display. Brian put Iowa`s Mount Rushmore on his leg two years ago, but now his photo is everywhere, ESPN, BTN, and weekly press conferences. […]

  • Hawks Top Pitt, Begins QB Debate

    PITTSBURGH, Pa – C.J. Beathard was the spark Iowa needed to jump start a stagnant offense.  Beathard led the Hawkeyes to 17 points in the second half, and a 24-20 win at Pittsburgh. Starting quarterback Jake Rudock left with a knee injury at halftime.  Meanwhile, Beathard completed 7 of 8 passes for 98 yards.  One of Beathard’s passes was a 62-yard catch  by Damon Powell, Iowa’s longest play of the year. When asked about his quarterbacks after the game, Kirk […]

  • WIRED: C-M-B Linewoman adds passion to the huddle

    BAXTER, Ia Even up close it’s hard to see what’s different about C-M-B’s huddle. Linemen don’t get much attention, but Linewomen do. Kaitlynn Kelly prefers to blend in, but her passion for football is hard to hide.

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