KCHA Sports Report (1/12)

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With no local high school sports on the calendar last night, we begin today’s report with a look at the area teams that will be in action tonight.  The Charles City Comet wrestling team will be in Decorah tonight for a Northeast Iowa Conference double-dual against the Vikings and Crestwood.  Charles City is 5-10 overall in dual meets and they will be looking for their first NEIC dual win as they are 0-3 in the conference.  Crestwood comes in at 12-6 overall and 2-2 in the NEIC while Decorah is 5-3 and 1-3.  Charles City will wrestle Decorah at 5:30 and they will wrestle Crestwood after the completion of the first match.

The Nashua-Plainfield wrestling team will host a quadrangular meet tonight as they will welcome in Rockford, Saint Ansgar and Riceville.  The first matches will begin at 6pm.

North Butler will host a quadrangular meet of their own tonight as they will host Osage, Garner-Hayfield-Ventura and Northwood-Kensett.  This meet will also begin at 6pm.

The Osage Green Devil girls and boys basketball teams will host Nashua-Plainfield tonight in Top of Iowa Conference action.  The Osage girls will enter the game 6-3 overall and they are 5-2 in conference play.  The Nashua-Plainfield girls have an overall record of 2-8 and their conference record is 1-6.  The Osage boys are a perfect 10-0 this season with a conference record of 7-0 while the Husky boys are 3-6 and 2-5.  The girls game will tip-off first at about 6:15 and the boys game will follow.

Monte Morris poured in a career-high 30 points as Iowa State roared away down the stretch for a 96-86 win at Oklahoma State.

Morris scored 16 points in the final eight minutes as the Cyclones erased a five point deficit.

Matt Thomas added 19 points, here is Head Iowa State Men’s Basketball Coach Steve Prohm.  The Cyclones improve to 3-1 in the Big-12.

The Cyclones improve to 3-1 in the Big-12.

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