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  • Iowa State’s Picasso of Quarterbacking

    AMES, Iowa – Kyle Starcevich was born to wear Cardinal and Gold. The walk-on quarterback from Southeast Polk knew he’d go to Ames even after several injuries slowed his carer, “My dad went here. I’ve been coming to games since I was seven or eight years old.” Football has been Kyle’s passion forever, but he has another passion that will last him the rest of his life. John Sears has the story.

  • Two Days after Collapsing Matt Shaver’s Condition is Improving

    JOHNSTON, Iowa – Matt Shaver is expected to make a full recovery after collapsing during a Johnston baseball game Monday. Shaver remains in critically stable condition, but he has opened his eyes and is moving his fingers for the first time. His family released a statement today, “We now know what happened Monday night was inevitable. Unfortunately, there is no way we could have known when or why it would happen. In the coming weeks, Matt will receive an internal […]

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    Tour Jack Trice Stadium’s South End Zone Project

    AMES, Iowa – Iowa State gave members of the media a tour of the new South End Zone project. Progess has really picked up over the last month. Iowa State officials say construction is 80% complete and will be for the September 5th home opener against Northern Iowa.

  • Walk Off Win! Kyle Schwarber Ends Game in Extras

    DES MOINES, Iowa – It was a good day for the newest I-Cub. Kyle Schwarber was named to Team USA’s roster in the MLB Futures game then played hero in extras. In the bottom of the 10th Schwarber put a dent in the center field wall to drive in Arismendy Alcantara which gave Iowa the 3-2 walk off win over Omaha.

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    WATCH: Keith Murphy Goes One-on-One with Steve Prohm

    AMES, Iowa – Steve Prohm has been the Iowa State head coach for 16 days. Keith Murphy asks about his biggest surprises, retaining T.J. Otzelberger, and much more in a one-on-one interview.

  • Chase for 55: More ‘Free Passes’ for Lindaman

    URBANDALE, Iowa – Make that 13 walks in 4 games. Kendyl Lindaman is stuck firmly at 54 career home runs, one shy of breaking the all-time state record. Centennial beat Urbandale 9-3 in the Elite 8 Softball Classic then lost 6-1 in the championship game. Lindaman’s next chance to make history will be Monday where her ‘chase’ started, at Ankeny.

  • Kendyl Lindaman Walked SEVEN TIMES, Teammates Capitalize

    URBANDALE, Iowa – Kendyl Lindaman’s pursuit of history moves to Urbandale for the next two days. Lindaman sits on 54 career home runs which is tied for the Iowa state record. Centennial opened the Elite Eight Softball Classic with a double header on Friday and no one wanted a piece of her. Lindaman was intentionally walked seven times in two games. Her teammates made Linn-Mar and Norwalk pay by scoring 12 runs in two games. Mackenzie Larson lifted a three-run […]

  • NASCAR Drivers Take Detours Through Des Moines

    DES MOINES, Iowa – It’s another race weekend at Iowa Speedway but today NASCAR Truck Drivers made time for some young fans. Four drivers stopped by the Boys and Girls Club of Central Iowa and another made time for patients at Children’s Mercy Hospital.

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    Golden Goal! Centennial’s First Trip to State Comes in Dramatic Fashion

    ANKENY, Iowa – Scoreless after regulation. Scoreless after the first overtime. Shirtless mob a few minutes into the second OT. Nermin Kremic’s golden goal gave second-ranked Centennial a 1-0 ‘walk off’ win over Dowling. This is the Jaguars first trip to the state tournament. State Tournament schedule for Thursday June 4th. Class 3A 5:00 PM #1 Johnston vs. #8 Valley 5:15 PM #2 Centennial vs. #7 CR-Prairie Class 2A 2:35 PM #2 Xavier vs. #7 ADM 2:40 PM #3 Norwalk […]

  • Centennial Girl Shoots Sizzling 65 to Qualify for State

    GRANGER, Iowa – Karli Kerrigan’s up and down season hit a high point Wednesday afternoon at Jester Park. The Centennial junior won the 5A state title as a sophomore, but after falling short of her personal goals through the early part of the season Kerrigan finally found her stroke in Granger. Kerrigan birdied 17 to move to 7-under par and fell back one stroke on 18 to finish with a personal best 65. The next closest state qualifier was a […]

  • Joey Gase Drives to Save Lives, Honor Mom’s Memory

    NEWTON, Iowa — Joey Gase isn’t a household name yet, but he has had one of the best feel good stories of the NASCAR season. Driving on used tires and short on sponsors, Gase finished fifth at the famous Talladega Speedway. From the beginning, Gase has always had one sponsor that he keeps close to his heart. “It gave me a passion. All of our family a passion. To have them as a sponsor it’s awesome,” Gase said, a Cedar […]

  • Backup Driver Races to Claim Pole at Iowa Speedway

    NEWTON, Iowa – Drew Herring sat behind the wheel of a NASCAR for the first time since 2013. Herring took advantage of his opportunity by driving the No. 20 car to the pole position for Sunday’s Xfinity Series 3M 250. The only bad part? He has to hand the key over to Erik Jones for the race. “It’s going to be bitter sweet,” said Herring, “but it will be a lot of fun watching Erik and those guys tear through […]


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