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Wadley’s big run nudges Iowa past Minnesota

October 9, 2016 MINNEAPOLIS — Iowa was reeling from a pair of losses to teams the Hawkeyes were favored to beat, pushing that 12-0 regular season from 2015 to the back of the memory ban. more »»

Cowboys rally from 17 down to beat Cyclones

October 9, 2016 STILLWATER, Okla. — Oklahoma State coach Mike Gundy said he wasn’t worried when his Cowboys fell 17 points behind Iowa State in the third quarter. His explosive up-tempo offense showed why. more »»

Streveler leads Coyotes past Northern Iowa

October 9, 2016 VERMILLION, S.D. more »»

Spartans stomp Nashua-Plainfield

October 9, 2016 NASHUA — The Grundy Center football team came out strong against Nashua-Plainfield Friday night, scoring 48 points in the first half on its way to a 54-0 win in Class A District 3 pla. more »»


October 8, 2016 Any coach or football player can attest, changing the culture of a football program is no simple task. more »»

Vance eager for second day of boys’ state golf

October 8, 2016 POLK CITY — Nate Vance looked up at the leaderboard, counted the number of 6-foot putts he missed in his state tournament debut and felt a wave of calm fall over him. more »»

Gophers, Hawkeyes, play for the pig

October 8, 2016 MINNEAPOLIS — Mitch Leidner and Minnesota started the week with a much bigger loss than that overtime defeat at Penn State. more »»

Momentum carries Cowboys, Cyclones

October 8, 2016 STILLWATER, Okla. — Following a convincing 49-31 victory over then-No. 22 Texas last week, Oklahoma State is feeling pretty good about where it is right no. more »»

HLV gains upper hand on Royals

October 8, 2016 COLO — The Royals weren’t expecting to make a complete shift in offensive scheme mid-game, but the Colo-NESCO football team did what it had to do to get itself back into the contest. more »»

Rebels plunder No. 8 Pirates

October 8, 2016 HUDSON — Gladbrook-Reinbeck put the ball in Walker Thede’s hands, and he did the rest. more »»

Senior night a success for MHS

October 7, 2016 There wasn’t a better night for seniors Nyadoar Gatwech and Malory Henze to step up and put their skills to the test than Thursday night’s 3-0 match win against Des Moines East on senior night. more »»

Ogden finishes off Colo-NESCO netters

October 7, 2016 COLO — In the final home match of the season, it was an up-and-down night for the Colo-NESCO volleyball team. The Royals hung with Ogden in the first set. The second belonged to the Bulldogs. more »»

Morris picked as preseason Big 12 player of the Year

October 7, 2016 AMES — Iowa State men’s basketball point guard Monté Morris has?been named the Big 12 Conference Preseason Player of the Yea. more »»

Bobcats competitive at Augustine Invitational

October 7, 2016 DES MOINES — Sometimes, the sixth man on a cross country team can be just as important as the first five runners whose times count for scores. more »»

Second-chance Vance

October 6, 2016 Two years ago, junior Nate Vance — a freshman then — stood over a putt from about 30 feet out. more »»

Bobcats brace for Fort Dodge air assault

October 6, 2016 Every Friday night, the goal is simple: Win. more »»

Johnson tabbed to preseason all-Big 12

October 6, 2016 IRVING, Texas — Iowa State women’s basketball senior Seanna Johnson was named to the preseason all-Big 12 Conference team by?the league’s coaches. Johnson, a 5-foot-10 guard from Brooklyn Park, Minn. more »»

Baer’s bench spark key for Hawkeyes in ‘16-17

October 6, 2016 IOWA CITY — Nicholas Baer arrived at Iowa in 2014 as a spindly walk-on who looked as though he might never be more than a practice bod. more »»

Second-ranked Reivers sweep MCC volleyball

October 6, 2016 COUNCIL BLUFFS — The Marshalltown Community College volleyball team fell on the road to second-ranked Iowa Western 3-0 on Wednesday night in Iowa Community College Athletic Conference play, 25-6,... more »»



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