Crestwood Sinks Comets With Last Second Layup, Weekend Results

Friday night’s Comet boys basketball game against Crestwood came down to the final seconds.


Charles City falls to 1-2 on the season after the 62-60 loss.  Jackson Molstead finished with 29 points and Bradley Andrews added 24.  The Comets head to Oelwein Friday.

The Charles City Comet girls traveled to Saint Ansgar on Saturday afternoon.  Erik Hoefer had the call.


The Sumner-Fredericksburg Cougars picked up a 72-45 win over Denver on Saturday.  Cassidy Pagel scored a game high 20 points.

Turkey Valley is 3-3 after a 57-40 thumping at the hands of MFL-Mar-Mac.

The South Winneshiek Warriors split a pair of weekend contests winning 49-24 over Clayton Ridge and then lost to Rushford-Peterson 46-42.  The Warriors are 1-4.

North Fayette Valley picked up their second consecutive win downing West Central 61-26.  The Tiger-Hawks are 3-2.

Tonight’s lineup:

Nashua-Plainfield hosts Saint Ansgar

Boys basketball action:

New Hampton upended Turkey Valley 63-38 Saturday afternoon.  Tristan Sweitzer led the Chickasaws with 14 points and Connor Rochford added 12.  Turkey Valley’s Ethan Leibold had 16 points in the loss. The Trojans are 3-2 after their 56-35 win on Friday.  New Hampton improves to 3-2 on the year and travels to Waverly-Shell Rock tomorrow.

The Sumner-Fredericksburg Cougars drops to 1-3 after a 76-54 loss at Denver.  The Cougars will travel to Clayton Ridge tomorrow.

The South Winneshiek Warriors are 3-1 after dispatching Clayton Ridge 58-44 on Friday.  They’ll host Postville Tuesday.

North Fayette Valley has won two straight after grabbing a 75-21 win over West Central Friday night.  The Tiger Hawks will host Central Elkader tomorrow.

The Iowa State basketball team headed into finals week with a convincing win.


John Walters with the call on the Cyclone Network. Tyrese Haliburton set a single game Cyclone record with 17 assists in a 101-65 win over Southern. Haliburton broke the 45 year old record held by Cyclone broadcaster Eric Heft.


Haliburton says the Cyclones learned some valuable lessons from Thursday’s loss at Iowa.


The Iowa State women cruised to an 87-35 win over North Dakota and coach Bill Fennelly was happy with the way his team responded to a heartbreaking loss at Iowa.


Iowa State football coach Matt Campbell has agreed to a contract extension. Todd Kimm reports.



Chris Berg

Chris was born in Webster City and raised in Charles City. As a young kid, he would always be caught singing along to songs on the radio. He says he's good at karaoke but we think otherwise. ;) In his free time, he enjoys beginning new projects at home and hardly ever finishing them. Chris lives in Charles City with his wife Vicki, daughter Brynlee and son Jaxon.
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