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  • Young Players Key for Centennial

    Centennial made the playoffs in its inaugural season and plans to return in year two, but it will be an uphill climb. Jaguars looks to starting QB, Isaiah Kramme, to help lead young players along.

  • Cyclone Defense ‘Hungry’

    As practice opens there’s a lot of eyes on the Cyclones defense. Iowa State ranked 110th of 124 in scoring defense in 2013, but Wally Burnham sees some things he likes.

  • Drake Shows Off New Look and Attitude

    Drake captains and seniors flaunt a new matte blue helmets in Rick Fox’s first media day as head coach. Drake used to have white helmets and before that, silver.

  • 13Raw: GoPro Ride Along with NASCAR Driver

    See Kasey Kahne like you’ve never seen him.  A first person ride along with a GoPro camera  at Slideways in Knoxville.

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    State Softball Quarterfinal Times and Pairings

    Sports Spotlight Rankings CLASS 5A Quarterfinals – Monday, July 21st 7:00 p.m. – #1 Johnston (34-4) vs. #10 Waukee (25-16) 7:30 p.m. – #4 Muscatine (37-4) vs. #5 West Des Moines Valley (26-12) Quarterfinals – Tuesday, July 22nd 11:00 a.m. – #2 Dowling Catholic (28-8) vs. #7 Pleasant Valley (30-8) 11:30 a.m. – #3 Cedar Rapids Jefferson (34-6) vs #6 Southeast Polk (28-9) CLASS 4A Quarterfinals – Monday, July 21st 11:30 a.m. – #1 Dallas Center-Grimes (38-1) vs. LeMars (21-16) […]

  • Watson’s Family, Friends Excited Over All-Star Game Debut

    MINNEAPOLIS, Minnesota — Channel 13’s Michael Admire is in Minneapolis for the MLB All-Star game Tuesday night. Iowa-native Tony Watson’s family and friends made the trip up I-35 to cheer him on in his All-Star debut.

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    Twin Cedars’ ‘Angel in the Outfield’

    BUSSEY, Iowa — Bussey is a blur off Highway 5, but worth a stop. People in Bussey take their baseball seriously. “During the summer if you`re out for baseball your life is pretty much baseball,” said senior Hunter Embray. “They`ve put in their time,”said coach Matt Miller, “so the success they have is warranted.” In a town with limited entertainment options, America’s former pastime remains Bussey’s current pastime. “I knew we had a lot of boys that spend time at […]

  • Iowa Nice Guy Throws Out First Pitch

    The Iowa Nice Guy throws out the first pitch at Principal Park then takes a shot at Nebraska.

  • Roosevelt upsets East

    Roosevelt with a confidence building win against the top-ranked Scarlets. East came back in the second game with a 16-2, 6 inning win.

  • Ames Flood Moves Games

    Ames High School played baseball and softball games tonight, but not as scheduled. Instead of home, Ames played the role of visitor.

  • Extended Lunch Break Turns into Party for US Fans

    DES MOINES, Iowa – The nation turned a hue of red, white and blue as team USA took on Germany in the final match of the group stage in the World Cup. In our state’s capital, watch parties were a common sight. “Soccer culture has grown so much, and there’s a ton of excitement this year,” Caroline Devorksky said as she watched the game from the Royal Mile in downtown Des Moines. Not even a rainy day in the middle […]

  • Ankeny Baseball Rivalry

    The year of ‘firsts’ between Ankeny and Centennial are almost done, but not before the two hit the diamond.

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