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  • WIRED: Dowling “Ski Trip”

    WEST DES MOINES, Iowa — It’s easy to love football Friday’s in Iowa, and easy to take for granted. You can be sure that wasn’t the case for Dave Scieszinski.

  • WIRED: Collins-Maxwell and Baxter Come Together On and Off the Field

    BAXTER, Iowa — We used to have Collins-Maxwell-Baxter, until last year when Collins-Maxwell split from Baxter forming two separate teams. This was their first meeting since the split, and they came together in a time of need.

  • Diagonal’s Proud Athletic History

    DIAGONAL, Iowa  —  Diagonal is home to the smallest school district in the state.  That means the fan base has to cheer twice as loud on game day.  Michael Admire has more on the proud sporting tradition in the town of 300.

  • Northern Iowa Football Media Day

    CEDAR FALLS, Iowa — The Panthers are once again in position for another run to the FCS Playoffs. This year would mark a 20th all-time for the program.

  • Iowa State Media Day: Matt Campbell Interview

    AMES, Iowa — Matt Campbell enters his 3rd season as head coach of the Iowa State Cyclones. Campbell is 11-14 with the Cyclones, and the expectations are high as Iowa State prepares to follow-up its Liberty Bowl win.

  • Iowa State Media Day: Kyle Kempt Interview

    AMES, Iowa — Iowa State quarterback, Kyle Kempt was granted a 6th-year by the NCAA, and he plans on taking advantage of it. Kempt talks about that and more with Michael Admire at Iowa State’s Media Day

  • Hoover Slugger Has a Remarkable Afternoon

    DES MOINES — Regional softball for large schools starts Thursday, and for Hoover that means a first round trip to Bondurant. One Husky is hoping to continue the power surge.

  • Meet J-Hulk, The Barnstormers Biggest Little Fan

    DES MOINES, Iowa — This Saturday the Barnstormers will play in their first IFL United Bowl, and Jaiden Flores will be there sitting front row. Just like he has since the he was 4-months old.

  • I THINK: Admire has a Change of Plans when News becomes Reality

    DES MOINES — Saturday night Michael Admire went from sports reporter to covering a deadly flash flood, and it was a lesson in watching the news.

  • FACEOFF: Chow is Leaving but Staying, Murph Loses his Mind, and United Bowl

    DES MOINES — This week in FaceOFF Murph and Admire roll through the hot topics of the week including Sam Stoll not accidentally shooting himself in the leg, it finally being the Barnstormers time, and Chow to China (but also staying in Iowa).

  • Barnstormers Advance to United Bowl

    DES MOINES — The Barnstormers have never won a championship. Not even with Kurt Warner. But now they are one win away from changing that. The Barnstormers started slow spotting Nebraska a 7-0 lead then a 10-7 lead, then Iowa ran away with United Conference title beating the Danger 48-17. Iowa will host the winner of Arizona and Sioux Falls in two weeks.

  • Iowans Set to Showdown in USA Track and Field Championship

    DES MOINES — Jenny Simpson vs. Shelby Houlihan. Both runners won their preliminary heat, and spent time talking about their Iowa-roots. Come Saturday they will square off in the USA Championship 1500 meter run. Simpson is the proven veteran taking home the bronze medal in the 2016 Rio Olympics while Houlihan has the world’s best time (3:59). Simpson and Houlihan race Saturday at 3:35 PM live on WHO-HD.