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  • WIN/LOSS: Cyclone Win In San Antonio Comes At A Cost

    The Iowa State Cyclones are through to the next round of the NCAA Tournament after they beat NC Central 93-75. All five of ISU’s starters scored double digits as they brought an end to the Eagle’s 20 game winning streak. Georges Niang led the way with 24. The Cyclones face North Carolina in the third round but will be without Niang who missed the last seven minutes with an injured foot. ISU later confirmed the sophomore broke a bone in […]

  • BIG 12 CHAMPS: Cyclones Win In KC

    Patience pays off. Cyclones win their first Big XII Tournament Championship in 14 years. It also took a while for ISU to get into the flow of the game, but the final eight minutes belonged to the Cyclones. Iowa State beats Baylor 74-65. DeAndre Kane finishes with 17 points and 7 rebounds, and was named tournament MVP. Along with Kane, Melvin Ejim and Georges Niang were named to the All-Tournament team. Andrew Wiggins (Kansas) and Isaiah Austin (Baylor) also made […]

  • SPECIAL SHOT: Opponents Share Small Victory

    The Nevada Cubs have a newfound appreciation for the privilege of playing basketball. Last week the Cubs won easily but learned the most when a girl from the opposing team Gilbert made a basket. This time of year only one thing matters – making it to state. “The opportunity to get to Wells Fargo is something that hasn`t happened here in Nevada since I think the 60’s,” Nevada head coach Kristen Meyer said. The Cubs are focused, but before they […]

  • DREAM GAME: Basketball In Teen’s Bones

    Collins-Maxwell Baxter’s Jessica Hiney circled senior night on her calendar when she was just a freshman. Jessica Hiney isn`t used to the spotlight but she`s always imagined this day. “I love basketball. I’ve loved it ever since I was a little kid,” Jessica said. Her friends call her caring. Her coach says she`s second to none. “I had the pleasure of being her coach for three years. She would do anything. Without question, the best manager I ever had,” former […]

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    NFL STUDY: Concussions Threaten Football’s Popularity

    Monday night, Dallas Center-Grimes star Austin Kloewer left the Mustangs’ playoff game with a concussion. Kloewer’s helmet appeared warped from impact. Concussion concerns threaten the unprecedented popularity of football. The NFL continues paying for the struggles of retired players, but the problems start long before the paychecks. The NFL funded a recent study on head injuries and found that high school football players are suffering concussions at the highest rate. The study shows that per 10,000 exposures, high school football […]

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    MURPHY’S LAW: RVTV Goes Out With A Bang

    By Andy Fales We’ve reached the end of the greatest week of RVTV ever. I’m not just saying that to be nice; I mean it. We’ve had some fantastic stops in past years–Knoxville, Albia, Nevada, Oskaloosa, and Carroll really stood out–but every single stop this week was off-the-charts great. We estimate that there were at least 1,000 people at each stop we made, and each of them had its own outstanding feature. Monday – Creston Mondays are sometimes tough for […]

  • NO LIMITS: Blind CrossFit Trainer Excells

    Bettina Dolinsek was born blind but the loss of her sight has never kept her from finding challenges. Her latest goal was to change the often stagnant lifestyle in the blind community by becoming a CrossFit instructor. Michael Admire has more on her inspiring story…

  • KNOXVILLE NATIONALS: Competing For A Cause

    The 53rd Knoxville Nationals are winding down with just one night of racing left. The winner of the championship feature takes home $150,000. There’s lots of money on the line but Friday, drivers were raising money for a good cause. Channel 13’s Michael Admire has more…

  • HAWKEYE SELECTION: Choice Of 3 Quarterbacks

    The Hawkeyes have several open competitions for starting spots, but none attracts more attention than quarterback. Iowa has a three man race, and none of the three has thrown a pass at this level. Channel 13’s Michael Admire has more…

  • STATE BASEBALL: Johnston Wins 3rd Title, North Polk Loses in ‘Walk’ Off

    Great pitching and good defense will get you a long way. It got the Johnston Dragons back to the state championship for the first time since the amazing perfect season in 2008. Sioux City East was the only team standing in their way from their second 4A baseball championship. The Dragons took control early with a big 2nd inning. Travis Brenner drove in Andrew Heuss to give Johnston a 1-0 lead. That was followed up by Nick Stitzell scoring on […]

  • STATE BASEBALL: Johnston ends East’s Record Breaking Season

    Des Moines East has taken its fair-share of lump when it comes to high school sports, so needless to say, the East-siders are ‘championship’ hungry. Johnston won their most recent baseball championship in 2008, but that drought has been long enough. Scarlets jumped out to a 2-0 lead when Colby Carmichael drove in Chino Alcala and Robert Hansen in the 1st inning. It stayed that way until the 6th when the Dragons hung a 4-spot. Their first run came on […]

  • STATE BASEBALL: 2A Finals Set

    North Polk returned to the field tonight for the first time since winning the longest game in state tournament history. The Comets outlasted Albia in 13 innings to advance to the semifinals against Kuemper Catholic. The Knights spotted North Polk 3-runs before Kolby Hilgenberg’s sac-fly that drove in Bryce Wessel. In the third inning North Polk’s Matthew Cox swiped second base and the throw skipped into center field allowing Jacob Hadaway to score. Comets pull away late to top the […]

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