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Prairie girls drop opener at Muscatine

MUSCATINE - The Cedar Rapids Prairie girls basketball team gave Muscatine a good battle in the season opener Tuesday before falling short, 63-57, in Muscatine in Josh Bentley's first game as head coach.

Freshman Elle Herold led Prairie with 13 points. Olivia Usher finished with 10 points, eight rebounds and seven assists.

Annabel Graettinger paced Muscatine with 26 points.

 

PRAIRIE (57): Moenk 1 0-0 2, Altenhofen 1 1-2 3, Rotter 2 1-2 5, Herold 5 2-3 13, Adams 3 0-0 8, Usher 3 4-5 10, Wagemester 0 2-2 2, Person 3 0-1 6, Stoffer 3 2-3 8. Totals 21 12-18 57.

 

MUSCATINE (63): Rusch 2 2-4 8, Spellman 0 0-0 0, Meyer 1 4-6 6, White 5 1-2 11, Graettinger 6 11-17 26, Hepker 2 0-0 4, Keitel 0 0-0 0, Oppel 2 2-5 8. Totals 63 20-34 63.

Halftime - Muscatine 31, Prairie 25. 3-point goals - Prairie 3 (Adams 2, Herold 1), Muscatine 5 (Graettinger 3, Rusch 2).

Last Updated on Wednesday, 26 November 2014 19:25
 

Prairie girls squeak past Linn-Mar

The Prairie girls bowling team overcame a 69 pin first-round deficit to beat Linn-Mar 2,635 to 2,605 Tuesday at Lancer Lanes.

The Prairie Hawks took control in the Baker round, where they led 974 to 875.

Rylee Blood led Prairie with a 426 series. MeKena Diercks had a 400 series for Linn-Mar.

Prairie (2,635): Rylee Blood 200-226=426, Kaitlyn Early 146-188=334, Riley Hansen 171-161-332, Sabrina Keiper 147-140=287, Linsey Grady 144-138=282, Mikayla Hite 125-152=277.

Linn-Mar (2,605): MeKena Diercks 234-166=400, Emma Davis 194-195=349, Kayla Johnson 147-201=348, Doriann Whitlock 137-183=320, Alexis Tschantz 158-155=313, Amber Serpe 131-152=283.

Prairie: 1,661-974=2,635.
Linn-Mar: 1,730-875=2,605.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 25 November 2014 21:46
 

Linn-Mar boys top Prairie

Sam Crawford fired a 453 series to lead the Linn-Mar boys bowling team to a 3,044 to 2,772 win over Prairie Tuesday at Lancer Lanes.

Sam Michaud had a 428 series to lead the Prairie Hawks.

Linn-Mar (3,044): Sam Crawford 215-237=453, Ryan Wyant 203-201=404, Alex Diercks 188-203=391, Kaleb Foye 153-235=388, Jarrett Steward 171-194=365, Andrew Yeisley 133-180=313.

Prairie (2,772): Sam Michaud 227-201=428, Sawyer Hansen 232-182=414, Lucas Galloro 232-170=402, Walker Hunt 163-190=353, Zach Zimmerman 184-147=331, Matt Galloro 160-146=306.

Linn-Mar: 2,000-1,044=3,044.
Prairie: 1,928-844=2,772.

   

Bentley got early start in coaching

When Josh Bentley became a high school basketball coach for the first time in 2002, he informed his players at West Central about the "no drinking" policy that applied to all the boys on the team.

That included the head coach himself, who was only 20 at the time and a junior at Upper Iowa University.

"The drinking policy was the same for all of us. All of us followed it," he said. "It's a good thing that alcohol and I don't get along anyway."

Bentley, now 32, is the new girls basketball coach at Cedar Rapids Prairie. He succeeded Steve Doser, who resigned following a 6-16 campaign last year.

The girls basketball season for Metro teams begins Tuesday night, with Prairie visiting Muscatine.

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9 Metro gridders named all-state

Nine football players from the Metro area have been named all-state by the Des Moines Register.

Julian Good-Jones and Connor Vincent of Cedar Rapids Washington were named to the elite all-state squad after helping the Warriors finish 13-1 and reach the Class 4A finals. Good-Jones was selected on the offensive line and Vincent was named at linebacker.

Reid Snitker of Washington made the Class 4A first team as a defensive back. Bryce Meeker of Prairie was named first team in 4A on the offensive line and JoJo Simpson of Prairie was named to the second team in 4A on the defensive line.

Three members of the Xavier Saints were honored as second-team selections in Class 3A. Tim Otting was selected on the offensive line, Jay Kortemeyer was named at running back and Michael Maher was named to the defensive line.

Eric Gustafson of Cedar Valley Christian was named second team all-state on defense in Eight-Player football.

 

 

 

 

Last Updated on Monday, 24 November 2014 14:59
   
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