KCHA Sports Report (1/20)

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The Charles City Comet wrestling team hosted Waverly and Waukon last night in a Northeast Iowa Conference triangular.  The Comets went 1-1 last night as they defeated Waukon 46-34 and were beaten by the Go-Hawks 43-18.  Carter Proffitt, Nate Lasher, Alex Koehler, Sam Niichel, and A.J. Maloy each won both of their matches last night.  The Charles City wrestling team is now 6-13 overall in dual meets this season and they finish the NEIC season at 1-5.  The Comets will host Osage in a dual meet tomorrow night for their next competition.

The North Butler Bearcat wrestling team hosted a triangular meet last night against Nashua-Plainfield and Clarksville.  The Bearcats were able to win both of their matches as they defeated Nashua 39-33 and beat Clarksville 51-18.  The Huskies beat Clarksville 54-18 to finish the night 1-1.  The North Butler grapplers will next be in action tomorrow as they will host a tournament.  Nashua will also be in action tomorrow as they will take part in that tournament hosted by North Butler.

The Osage Green Devil wrestling team was beaten in both of their dual meets last night in New Hampton.  The Green Devils were beaten 49-22 by Decorah and lost to top-ranked New Hampton 70-9.  The Green Devils will return to the mat tomorrow night in a dual at Charles City.

The Rockford Warrior wrestling team hosted a quadrangular meet last night against Saint Ansgar, Lake Mills and Algona.  The Warriors went 1-2 at the meet as they defeated Saint Ansgar 39-33, but lost to Lake Mills 66-16 and were beaten by Algona 50-26.  Saint Ansgar lost to Lake Mills 71-12 and Algona 60-12 to go 0-3 at the meet.  Rockford wrestling will take part in the tournament tomorrow at North Butler and the Saints wrestlers will participate in a dual tournament tomorrow in Waverly.

The Nashua-Plainfield girls basketball team was blown out last night in their Top of Iowa Conference game at Mason City Newman.  The final score was 77-37 as the Husky girls fall to 2-11 overall and 1-9 in conference play.  Nashua’s girls will be back in action tonight at Central Springs.  The Nashua-Plainfield boys basketball team also fell to Mason City Newman last night as they were beaten 61-43.  The Nashua boys are now 4-8 overall and they fall to 3-7 in Top of Iowa Conference games.  They will play again tonight at Central Springs.

The Osage Green Devil boys basketball team remained undefeated last night after their 53-36 Top of Iowa Conference home win over Saint Ansgar.  Drew Olson has 22 points to lead the Osage boys and Lucas Schwamman added 11 points.  The Green Devil boys improve to 13-0 overall this season and they move to 10-0 in league play while the Saint Ansgar boys fall to 6-5 and 6-3.  Next up for Osage will be a road game on Saturday at Charles City and Saint Ansgar’s boys will host North Butler tonight.  The Osage Green Devil girls basketball team was dominant last night in their Top of Iowa Conference match-up with Saint Ansgar.  The Green Devils shot out of the gate and held a 17-3 lead after one quarter and went on to win by a final score of 59-19.  Mia Knudsen, Brenna Jacobs and Gabby Schwarting each had 11 points for the Osage who improves to 9-3 overall and 8-2 in the conference.  The Saint Ansgar girls are now 1-10 overall and 0-9 in league play.  The Green Devil girls will next be in action tomorrow in Charles City and Saint Ansgar will play again tonight at home against North Butler.

The Charles City Comet boys basketball team will be at home tonight for a Northeast Iowa Conference match-up with Crestwood.  The Charles City boys are 9-1 overall this season and 4-1 in the NEIC while the Cadet boys come in at 3-6 and 2-3.  Tip-off is scheduled for about 7:30.

The Charles City Comet girls basketball team will be at Cresco tonight for their Northeast Iowa Conference match-up with the Cadets.  The Comet girls come in at 1-10 overall and 1-5 in the NEIC while the Crestwood girls are 10-0 and 6-0.  Tip-off for this one is also scheduled for 7:30.

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