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Friday, February 27, 2015
UPDATE: Coe's weekend baseball games in St. Louis against Greenville (Saturday) and Washington U (Sunday) have been cancelled due to bad weather as has Mount Mercy's 4-game baseball series with Tabor College .... THURSDAY SCOREBOARD - BOYS BASKETBALL: Class 3A District Finals - Xavier 88, Solon 57 ... MEN'S BASKETBALL: Iowa Conference Tournament - Dubuque 71, Coe 59 ... Regular Season - DMACC 66, Kirkwood 60 ... WOMEN'S BASKETBALL: Iowa Conference Tournament - Luther 89, Coe 82 ... Midwest Collegiate Conference Tournament - Mount Mercy 64, Viterbo 52 ... Regular Season - Kirkwood 85, DMACC 67 ...
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Prairie High School - Cedar Rapids, Iowa

Jeff, Prairie shine at state bowling

DES MOINES - The Cedar Rapids Jefferson boys placed second at the Class 3A state bowling tournament at Plaza Lanes in Des Moines Wednesday.

The Cedar Rapids Prairie girls, led by a pair of freshmen, finished third in their tournament.

Marshalltown won the Class 3A boys title at 3139. Jefferson finished second at 3022, followed by Muscatine (3019).

Brandon Freese of Marshalltown captured the individual crown with a 490 series. Chaise Donner of Jefferson was fifth (452), Bryan Cline of Washington was seventh (443) and Hunter Sturtz of Jefferson tied for eighth (439).

Johnston claimed top honors in the girls meet at 2989, followed by Ottumwa (2905) and Prairie (2806). Jade Klinefelter of Prairie tied for sixth in the individual standings (423) and Mikayla Hite tied for 10th (394). Klinefelter and Hite are both ninth graders.

Loyal Ulm of Johnson won the individual title with a 460 series.

CLASS 3A STATE BOWLING
Boys Team Standings

 

1. Marshalltown 3139, 2. Jefferson 3022, 3. Muscatine 3019, 4. Cedar Falls 3008, 5. Southeast Polk 2974, 6. Ottumwa 2943, 7. Ankeny 2894.

Top 10 Individuals

1.  Brandon Freese, Marshalltown   288+202=490
2.  Chris Shriver, DM Lincoln      257+213=470
3.  Floyd Speck, Marshalltown      216+253=469
4.  Brandon Jerome, Cedar Falls    190+267=457
5.  Chaise Donner, Jefferson       210+242=452
6.  Mason Bauer, Dubuque Senior    211+235=446
7.  Bryan Cline, Washington        249+194=443
8.  Hunter Sturtz, Jefferson       245+194=439
Justin Paterson, SE Polk       195+244=439
10. Cody Howard, SE Polk           238+191=429

Jefferson: Chaise Donner 210+242=252, Hunter Sturtz 245+194=439, Tyler Fowler 183+195=378, Victor Baccam 183+191=374, Noah Tiedtke 195+159=354, Tanner Bennett 169-172=341.

Linn-Mar: Sam Crawford 185+202=387

Girls Team Standings
1. Johnston 2989, 2. Ottumwa 2905, 3. Prairie 2806, 4. Hempstead 2759, 5. Muscatine 2601, 6. Des Moines Lincoln 2526, 7. West Des Moines Valley 2296.

Top 10 Individuals

1.  Loyal Ulm, Johnston              210+250=460
2.  Michaela Kelly, Bettendorf       225+225=450
3.  Bailey Palmer, Ottumwa           221+226=447
4.  Cheyanne Starr, Ottumwa          212+225+437
5.  Hanna Duver, DM Lincoln          222+212=434
6.  Jade Klinefelter, Prairie        179+244=423
Monica Snyder, Johnston          179+244=423
8.  Jennifer Raynoza, Waterloo West  201+204=405
9.  Amber Reid, Johnston             201+197=398
10. Mikayla Hite, Prairie            172+222+394
Patrice Chapman, Hempstead       200+194=394

Prairie: Jade Klinefelter 179+244=423, Mikayla Hite 172+222=394, Samantha Keiper 179+203=382, Rylee Blood 213+166=379, Ashley Grady 178+161=339, Kaitlyn Early 181+136=317.

 

Kuehl, Cadena share Metro Spotlight Award

Dalton Kuehl of Cedar Rapids Jefferson and Jarod Cadena of Prairie are the co-winners of the Metro Spotlight Award for high school boys this week, the Metro Sports Report announced Sunday.

Kuehl and Cadena both finished second at the Class 3A state wrestling tournament in Des Moines Saturday night, helping their teams to high finishes in the overall standings.

Kuehl, ranked second in the state at 285 pounds, pinned Blake Moser of Iowa City West in the first round in 1:59. He beat eighth-ranked Collin Olson of Ankeny Centennial, 3-1, in the quarterfinals and pinned third-ranked Tyler Clark of Clinton in the semifinals in 2:57.

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Wenger claims state title at 138

DES MOINES - Josh Wenger got tired of having to settle for fourth place at the Class 3A state wrestling tournament.

This time the Cedar Rapids Prairie star made it all the way to the top.

Wenger defeated top-ranked Dan Kelly of Cedar Falls, 8-2, to win the 138-pound championship Saturday night at Wells Fargo Arena in Des Moines.

Jarod Cadena of Prairie (182) and Dalton Kuehl of Jefferson (285) lost in the finals.

Wenger finished fourth at the state tournament each year as a freshman, sophomore and junior, but he finished his career in style by dominating Kelly in a battle of Mississippi Valley Conference grapplers.

Last Updated on Saturday, 21 February 2015 22:43

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5 Metro wrestlers get bronze medals

DES MOINES - Sam Uthoff of Prairie, Clint Lembeck of Xavier, Matt Wempen of Linn-Mar, Shea Hartzler of Linn-Mar and Kelly May of Jefferson finished third at the Class 3A state wrestling tournament Saturday.

Uthoff beat Jackson Gallagher of Bettendorf, 5-3, for the bronze medal at 126 pounds. Lembeck stopped Spencer Nevills of Pleasant Valley, 7-1, for third place at 132 pounds.

Wempen blanked Christian Foote of Pleasant Valley, 2-0, at 145 pounds. Hartzler pinned Anthony Sherry of Glenwood in 1:34 for third place at 160 pounds. May trimmed Donovan Doyle of Iowa City West, 2-1, at 182 pounds.

Marcus England of Prairie (106), Brenden Baker of Jefferson (113) and Nolan Hromidko of Kennedy (120) all finished fourth at the state tournament.

Baker beat Nate Lendt of Southeast Polk in the first round of the tournament, but Lendt turned the tables and defeated Baker in the consolation match for third. Both matches were decided by 5-4 scores.

Noah Ajram of Linn-Mar finished sixth at 120 pounds. Kyle Briggs of Jefferson (132) and Taylor Mehmen of Prairie (195) both placed eighth.

 

Wenger, Cadena, Kuehl eye state titles

DES MOINES - Josh Wenger, Jarod Cadena and Dalton Kuehl are one step away from winning a coveted state wrestling title, but it won't be easy for any of the Metro seniors.

All three wrestlers will face the top-ranked man in their weight class in the championship round Saturday night at Wells Fargo Arena in Des Moines.

Wenger, who owns the Cedar Rapids Prairie school record for most wins in a career, will face top-ranked Daniel Kelly of Cedar Falls in a showdown for bragging rights at 138 pounds. Wenger is ranked No. 2 in the state.

Cadena, who is ranked No. 6 at 182 pounds for the Prairie Hawks, will meet top-ranked Mitch Otto of Sioux City East in the finals.

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