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Monday, September 22, 2014
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Krejci picked for volleyball Hall of Fame

Randy Krejci, a veteran educator and sports official from Cedar Rapids, has been selected for the Iowa Girls Coaches Association Hall of Fame in volleyball.

Krejci has worked at 19 state tournaments. He has retired as the principal at Harding Middle School, but is still the commissioner of the Mississippi Valley Conference.

Krejci will be inducted into the Hall of Fame this fall.

 

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Prep football district standings

Week 4 district football standings

CLASS 4A DISTRICT 5

Overall      District

Linn-Mar            3-1         0-0

Cedar Falls         3-1         0-0

Jefferson           2-2         0-0

Waterloo West       1-3         0-0

Kennedy             0-4         0-0

Waterloo East       0-4         0-0

CLASS 4A DISTRICT 6

Overall      District

Washington          4-0         0-0

Ottumwa             3-1         0-0

Burlington          3-1         0-0

Muscatine           3-1         0-0

Prairie             2-2         0-0

Iowa City High      0-4         0-0

CLASS 3A DISTRICT 4

Overall      District

Xavier              3-1         2-0

Dubuque Wahlert     2-2         2-0

Western Dubuque     2-2         1-0

Solon               3-1         1-1

Marion              1-3         0-1

DeWitt Central      2-2         0-2

Maquoketa           0-4         0-2

8-PLAYER DISTRICT 4

Overall      District

Elkader Central     4-0         2-0

Turkey Valley       4-0         2-0

Lansing Kee         3-1         1-1

Central City        1-3         1-1

West Central        1-3         1-1

Midland             1-3         1-1

Cedar Valley        1-3         0-2

Springville         1-3         0-2

 

Last Updated on Sunday, 21 September 2014 18:02
 

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New MSR feature: Metro football stats

The Metro Sports Report will be providing updated statistics for the eight Metro football teams each week this season, beginning this week as we head into the fourth game of the year.

Mark Dukes, a contributor to the MSR, will be compiling the stats based on the Iowa High School Athletic Association (IHSAA) website and game reports.

We will be offering a variety of individual and team statistics to help readers keep track of what's happening and enjoy the season.

Jay Kortemeyer of Xavier is leading the Metro in rushing with 368 yards after three games. Trey Beckman of Prairie is the leading passer with 686 yards and Jalen Rima of Prairie is the top receiver with 14 catches.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 17 September 2014 18:43

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Wash climbs to 2nd in football poll

The Washington Warriors climbed one spot to No. 2 in the Class 4A football rankings Sunday by the Des Moines Register.

Washington (3-0) blanked Iowa City West, 28-0, Friday night. The Warriors replaced Waukee in the No. 2 spot in the poll after Waukee lost to top-ranked Dowling, 45-14.

The Linn-Mar Lions (3-0) stayed in the No. 9 berth in the Class 4A rankings and will host Washington in a top-10 showdown Friday night.

The Xavier Saints (2-1) stayed in the No. 1 spot in the Class 3A rankings after blanking then-No. 3 Solon, 28-0. The Spartans fell to fifth in the rankings.

CLASS 4A

1. Dowling (3-0), 2. Washington (3-0), 3. Bettendorf (3-0), 4. Ankeny Centennial (3-0), 5. Johnston (3-0), 6. Waukee (2-1), 7. North Scott (3-0), 8. West Des Moines Valley (2-1), 9. Linn-Mar (3-0), 10. Sioux City East (3-0).

CLASS 3A

1. Xavier (2-1), 2. Pella (3-0), 3. West Delaware (3-0), 4. Gilbert (3-0), 5. Solon (2-1), 6. Waverly-Shell Rock (2-1), 7. Humboldt (3-0), 8. Sioux City Heelan (2-1), 9. Carroll (3-0), 10. Ballard (3-0).

 

 

 

 

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State bowling meet expands to 3 classes

The boys and girls high school state bowling tournaments will expand to three classes effective this winter.

The action was approved by the Iowa High School Athletic Association Board of Control in August and by the Iowa Girls High School Athletic Union Board of Directors Tuesday.

The new three-class format accounts for the growth in the sport, which has increased from 84 schools in 2010, the first year of the meet, to an expected 102 this winter. It also allows the organizations to stage the tournament separately for each class, thus allowing for the expanding number of spectators.

The girls originally sanctioned bowling in 2006 with 53 schools.

Under the new format, the top 28 schools based on enrollment will form Class 3A; the next 28 will be in Class 2A with the remaining schools forming Class 1A. Under the two-class structure, participating schools with an enrollment of 800 or more were in Class 2A with the remainder being assigned to Class 1A.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 09 September 2014 17:47

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