Thursday’s Results and Friday’s Previews For Are Schools


The New Hampton/Turkey Valley team rolled through their double dual by downing Cascade 73-4 and Iowa Falls-Alden 60-12.

The Charles City Grapplers wrestled Central Springs last night and fell 47-28.

Girls Basketball

The New Hampton Chickasaws dropped North Fayette Valley last night 55-21.  Paige Wisner and Hope McDonald both collected 11. The Chickasaws are 6-4. North Fayette Valley drops to 4-5.

Riceville doubled up the 1-8 Nashua-Plainfield Huskies 36-18.  

Sumner-Fredricksburg is 7-3 after edging Aplington-Parkersburg 45-41.  

Tonight’s Lineup

Charles City at Waverly-Shell Rock

South Winneshiek at Turkey Valley

North Fayette Valley at Clayton Ridge

Boys Basketball

The North Fayette Valley Tiger Hawks topped New Hampton 66-62 last night.  The Chickasaws fell behind by nine in the third quarter and never recovered.  New Hampton is 4-6. North Fayette Valley is 7-1

Nashua-Plainfield evened their record to 4-4 picking up a 58-32 win over Riceville.

Aplington-Parkersburg dropping Sumner-Fredricksburg 72-53 last night.  The Cougars are 4-3.

Tonight’s Lineup:

Charles City versus Waverly-Shell Rock

South Winneshiek at Turkey Valley

North Fayette Valley is at Clayton Ridge

Iowa State coach Steve Prohm says Lindell Wigginton and Solomon Young may see action Friday night when the Cyclones host Eastern Illinois. Wigginton has been sidelined since the season opener with a foot injury and Young suffered an injured groin in preseason practice. Prohm hopes both will be close to full strength by the Big 12 opener at Oklahoma State on January second.


Iowa State is 9-2 while Eastern Illinois is 6-5.


Prohm says the Cyclones need to step it up on defense.


Success on the field is leading to success on the recruiting trail as Iowa State coach Matt Campbell signed a 20-man recruiting class that may be ranked as the best in program history.


Campbell says more than just talent the players are the right fit for the program.


With recruiting over for now attention shifts back to next week’s Alamo Bowl against 13th ranked Washington State.


While the coaches were wrapped up in recruiting Campbell says the players stayed focused on preparing for Washington State.



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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