Tag Archives: Iowa High School Basketball

Paulus now West Hancock’s all-time leading scorer, Forest City basketball sweeps Belmond-Klemme

SPORTS NEWS DECEMBER 23 2015   The West Hancock Boys basketball team went into the holiday break undefeated with an 83-44 win over Newman Catholic Tuesday night. In that win, Nate Paulus became the school’s all-time leading scorer, as he had 22 points to pass Bob Nielson with 1,327 points. The Forest City basketball teams

West Hancock Basketball sweeps North Iowa, Forest City wrestling splits a pair of duals

SPORTS NEWS DECEMBER 16 2015 The West Hancock Boys basketball team got by North Iowa 76-12 Tuesday night. Nate Paulus had 29 points, while Dylan Eckels added 18.  Other boys basketball scores: Lake Mills 86, Eagle Grove 40 Garner-Hayfield/Ventura 71, Bishop Garrigan 38 Saint Ansgar 64, Nashua-Plainfield 30 North Butler 55, Osage 49 OT North

Lake Mills Basketball sweeps Central Springs in crossover games

SPORTS NEWS DECEMBER 15 2015 The Lake Mills Girls basketball team defeated Central Springs in a non-conference matchup 62-42 Monday night in Manly. Emily Orban had 17 points and 3 assists, while Lexi Groe added 14 points and 15 rebounds, Laura Knudtson had 11 points and 3 steals, and Jewell Gasteiger had 10 points and

Forest City basketball sweeps North Iowa, Wrestling results from Saturday

SPORTS NEWS DECEMBER 14 2015 The Forest City Boys basketball team defeated North Iowa 58-12 Friday night. Sam Snyder led the way with 14, while Logan Hall added 12.  Austin Haisman had 8 points for the Bison. Other Friday basketball scores: West Hancock 88, North Union 37 Garner-Hayfield/Ventura 67, Belmond-Klemme 21 West Fork 62, Newman

Forest City boys basketball falls to Algona, wrestling loses to Charles City

SPORTS NEWS DECEMBER 11 2015 The Forest City Boys basketball team fell to Algona in non-conference basketball Thursday night 72-58. Mitch Lambert led the Indians with 15 points. Forest City travels to Buffalo Center to take on North Iowa tonight.  Orin Harris will have the play by play from North Iowa High School, with pregame

Forest City girls escape North Union, Sonius ties school record in West Hancock win over GHV

SPORTS NEWS DECEMBER 9 2015 The Forest City Girls basketball team snuck out a 48-46 victory over North Union Tuesday night. In a game heard here on KIOW, the Indians broke out of a 44 all tie to get the win.  Hannah Anderson led the way with 14, Sarri Happel added 13, and Brea Dillavou

Cards, Indians split basketball doubleheader, area wrestling teams competed in tournaments

SPORTS NEWS DECEMBER 7 2015 The Forest City girls basketball team defeated Garner-Hayfield/Ventura 58-36 on Friday night in Garner. Brea Dillavou led the way with 16 points, while Hannah Anderson added 12 and Anna Andersen had 10. Forest City is now 3-0, and takes on North Union tomorrow night. Other Girls basketball scores: West Hancock

Forest City, Lake Mills Wrestling teams go undefeated, GHV Girls Basketball get past Charles City

SPORTS NEWS DECEMBER 4 2015 The Forest City wrestling team won a pair of dual meets to open the season Thursday night. The Indians defeated Emmetsburg 59 to 18, and North Union 66-18.  Alex Paulson, Noah Paulson, Triston Springer, Blake Jacobs, Zack Wagner, Pierce Gelhaus, Maverick Freerksen, and Timmy Thompson all went 2-0.  The Indians

High School Basketball Coaches will be allowed to stand and coach this year

<<< FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE >>> Upon recommendations from the IGHSAU and IHSAA Basketball Advisory Committees and with the support of the IGHSAU Board of Directors; and contingent upon approval from the IHSAA Board of Control and the Joint Committee effective Friday, November 20, 2015, the head basketball coach may stand within the designated coaching box

West Hancock boys basketball one game away from state

SPORTS NEWS FEBRUARY 27 2015 The West Hancock boys basketball team sits one game away from the State Basketball Tournament following a 78-54 win over Newman Catholic in the district final Thursday night in Garner.  After leading by just 7 at halftime, the Eagles opened the 2nd half on a 19-2 run.  Trevor Nalan led

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