The Iowa State Tailgate Tour hits Marshalltown today from noon-1 p.m. at the Best Western Regency Inn.
Cyclone head coaches Paul Rhoads (football), Fred Hoiberg (men's basketball), Bill Fennelly (women's hoops), Kevin Jackson (wrestling) and Christy Johnson-Lynch (volleyball) will be joined by ISU athletic director Jamie Pollard and John Walters of the Cyclones.tv network.
"The tours have been our way to get out in the state and say thanks," said Pollard. "(The athletic department) gets to do what we do because of what Cyclone fans allow us to do. Based upon our short history, these events have been great friend-raisers and an excellent chance to enrich adults and our young Cyclones of tomorrow in the Cardinal and Gold tradition."
Trojan girls' soccer blanks Oskaloosa
OSKALOOSA - Shootout goals by Katelyn Behounek, Brooke Dvorak and Grace Kavalier helped propel the South Tama/East Marshall girls' soccer team to a 1-0 victory over host Oskaloosa on Monday night.
The Trojans and Indians (5-4) played 100 minutes of scoreless soccer before going to the shootout, where STC goalkeeper Sam Earley came up with consecutive saves to clinch the victory.
Earley finished with 10 saves for the second shutout win for South Tama (3-12) this season. The Trojans host NU High on Thursday at 4:30 p.m. in Tama.
Cadets capture win on G-R's pitch
REINBECK - Visiting Iowa Falls-Alden captured a 3-2 victory over Gladbrook-Reinbeck in boys' soccer action on Monday.
Chase Clark had a goal and an assist to lead the Rebels (5-9). Austin Charley scored his team-leading ninth goal, while Andy Meyers tallied an assist in the loss to the Cadets (7-14). G-R goes to Postville on Thursday.
Visiting Indians double up STC/EM
TAMA - Tristan Cook scored two goals as Oskaloosa took a 4-2 decision from South Tama/East Marshall in boys' soccer play on Monday.
Kyung Hwan Lee and Colton Crookham also scored for the Indians (7-6), with Luke Ridenour making 10 saves.
Adrian Castanon and Alex Martinez both had a goal and an assist for South Tama (5-12). Jorge Nunez made nine saves in net for the Trojans, who face NU High on Thursday in Cedar Falls.
Tiger netters take fifth at NICL girls' tennis meet
WATERLOO - South Hardin's Brooke Rush won the No. 5 singles flight to lead the Tigers in the NICL girls' tennis conference meet on Monday at the Byrnes Park Tennis Center.
South Hardin placed sixth in the eight-team meet with 38 points, one point shy of AGWSR in fifth.
Rush defeated three straight opponents to take the title at No. 5.
South Hardin had fourth-place finishes at four other flights - No. 1 singles player Ellen Swartz, Makayla Fisher at No. 4, Katie Branch at No. 6 singles, and the No. 2 doubles team of Rush and Victoria Edgerton.
The Tigers' No. 1 doubles team of Swartz and Alesha Kadolph came in fifth.