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19 min ago | The Des Moines Register
Lamoni thought it had done enough to catch a break. The third-ranked Demons returned to state after 15 years away with their prolific senior, Jeremy Deemer, leading the charge and making plays down the stretch.
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Chariton has the hottest team in Class 3-A, but not one of its hottest programs.
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Losing never crossed Brandon Snyder's mind. Even though West Lyon trailed for much of Monday's Class 1-A quarterfinal at the state boys' basketball tournament, Snyder made sure the unranked Wildcats were poised to overtake No.
There are 64 Class 3A schools in Iowa. Orange City can boast it has the two best girls teams in the state.
In 24 games and somewhere in the vicinity of 700 minutes of court time this winter, Trevor Ullestad has never had to stop and ask himself the dreaded question: Should I have taken that shot? That's the beauty of playing in an up-tempo, player-friendly system where the light is always green.
After building a 26-20 advantage on Fort Dodge St. Edmond in the first minute of the third quarter, the Hawks suddenly couldn't buy a bucket during last week's Class 2A substate game inside the Webster City High School gymnasium.
The already-stuffed trophy case at Harlan has had a spot waiting for this one. In the Class 4-A state championship game for the second straight year, the Cyclones clinched Iowa's only unbeaten season and their first title in girls' basketball with a 55-51 win against a game Western Dubuque team on Saturday night.
Floyd Valley showed there's more to its team than Alexis Conaway. A lot more. With Conaway held in check by a box-and-1 defense, her teammates came through in a big way and the top-ranked Lady Dutch beat No.
When Friday's game ended, Kiera Washpun collapsed to her knees near mid-court to begin dealing with the devastation.
They stood frozen in a state of disbelief, watching another team enjoy the celebration they were supposed to have with a championship that appeared destined for their trophy case just moments earlier.
Southeast Polk's Abby Penquite scored all 15 of her points in the second half and the defending champion Rams returned to the Class 5-A title game.
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Recently named Central College women's basketball head coach Chelsea Petersen received more good news Wednesday as junior Kenzie Vander Molen was named to the Iowa Conference first team following a career campaign.
The No. 3 jersey that Western Christian's Erika Douma wears is entirely fitting.
Alexis Conaway's state tournament scoring record has produced an all-Orange City championship game Class 3A.