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    TCU Beats Iowa State with Style, Cyclone Seniors Say Goodbye

    FORT WORTH, Texas – It was the convincing win that No. 3 TCU needed to impress the College Football Playoff Committee. Unfortunately for Iowa State, it was at the Cyclones expense. ISU finishes their season 2-9, and winless in the Big 12. Iowa State was within striking distance until TCU cranked up the offense in the second half. TCU had 5 scoring plays longer than 20 yards, and finished with 722 total yards. It’s the 6th straight game that Iowa […]

  • Dowling Shuts Down a Future Hawkeye in Season Opener

    WEST DES MOINES, Iowa – Dowling looked to be in mid-season form and it was only the opener. Maroons started their season by knocking off the defending 3A Champs in the Catholic Classic 59-57. Wahlert’s, Cordell Pemsl, a 2016 Hawkeye commit, made the highlight reel, but it’s the Maroons moving onto the championship game. Dowling plays Assumption in the Catholic Classic Championship game Saturday afternoon at 3 PM.

  • Rhoads Appreciates Pollard has his Back

    AMES, Iowa – Barring a major upset, the Cyclones will finish winless in the Big 12. Five wins in two seasons has fans questioning the leader of the Cyclones football team. Despite uneasy fans, Athletic Director Jamie Pollard has Paul Rhoads’ back. “I look forward to continuing that journey with coach Rhoads and hopefully getting there,” Pollard said on the weekly Iowa State radio call-in show. Rhoads responded to those comments today at his weekly press conference.

  • ‘That’s Not Us’, Hoiberg After CBE Championship Loss

    KANSAS CITY, Mo – It’s an early season lesson that ends in a loss. Iowa State shoots 29.7% from the field and finishes with a plus-one turnover margin. Maryland is the first ‘non-regional’ team to win the CBE Classic since Duke in 2010. “A to Z. You name it. We weren’t very good tonight,” Fred Hoiberg, “We didn’t play for each other tonight.”

  • Cyclones Talk CBE Classic Win

    KANSAS CITY, Mo – The Cyclones first taste of the CBE Classic is a victory. An overwhelmingly, pro-Cyclone crowd watched Georges Niang lead all scorers with 28 points. They also saw the return of Matt Thomas and his three-point threat. Those two and Coach Hoiberg gave their thoughts on the 10-point win.

  • Dowling Dynasty, Maroons Win State 49-14

    CEDAR FALLS – Ryan Boyle led the Dowling Maroons to their second straight state title with a blowout, 49-14 win over Cedar Rapids Washington at the UNI Dome Friday night. Boyle ran for 145 yards and 3 touchdowns on the ground.  He was 8 for 12 and 68 yards in the air.  The lone Maroon TD catch was a 6 yard pass to Eric Fardal. Lots of hugs and even a few tears were shed as the team captain left […]

  • 13Raw: Pella Celebrates State Championship

    CEDAR FALLS – The first one is always the sweetest, and the Little Dutch Celebrated like it. Pella finishes an undefeated season knocking off the defending champs, Heelan, 38-17. “It was just incredible. That’s been our dream since we were little kids playing in the  back yard. All these guys were awesome tonight” – Noah Clayberg, Pella Quarterback. “It’s awfully exciting. I’ll have a smile on my face for quite a while” – Jay McKinstrey, Pella Head Coach. “Our motto […]

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    Undefeated Pella Taking on Heelan in Championship Game

    CEDAR FALLS, Iowa — The Pella Dutch arrived to the UNI Dome at 4:25 p.m. Thursday focused on one thing, the schools first football State Championship. All season it has been the Dutch Defense leading the way. Pella has only allowed 14, 6, or 0 in any game. Heelan brings in experience. The defending 3A State Champions have played in 13 title games including 6 of the last 8. “When you play Heelan you’re also playing tradition,” says Pella Head […]

  • Iowa Wild Player Shows Softer Side

    DES MOINES, Iowa — The promotion to NHL’s Minnesota Wild is one call away, “The last time I got the call I was in Oklahoma. Luckily I had a pair of jeans, but I didn`t have a jacket or anything like that,” says Iowa Wild Defenseman Jon Blum. Des Moines is one step closer to Blum’s NHL dreams and it’s now where he calls home with his newlywed wife, Emilie. “It`s exciting being newlyweds, but we`re away so much. Jon […]

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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.


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