KCHA Sports Report (1/3)

In a game heard right here on KCHA last night, the Charles City Comet girls basketball team hosted Waverly-Shell Rock in Northeast Iowa Conference action.  The Comet girls were overmatched against the solid Go-Hawk team and were only able to muster 12 points on the night as they were beaten 64-12.  Charles City’s girls fall to 0-8 overall this season and they are 0-4 in the NEIC.  They will look to get that first win of the season on Friday night at Waukon.

The Charles City Comet boys basketball team was in Waverly last night for their Northeast Iowa Conference meeting with the Go-Hawks.  The battle was for the top spot in the NEIC standings as both teams came in undefeated in league play.  The Comet boys were able to get a four point victory as they won the game 65-61.  Jack Molstead led three Comets in double-figures as he had 22 points, Mike Cranshaw had 19 and Cade Hemaseth had 10.  The Comet boys have now won seven in a row and they are 7-1 overall this season and they move to 4-0 in the NEIC.  Charles City’s boys will have their next game on Friday at home against Waukon.

The Saint Ansgar Saints boys and girls basketball teams were in Northwood last night for a Top of Iowa Conference double-header against the Vikings.  In the boys game, the Saints were able to win the game by the final score of 53-36.  Nicolas Bork led Saint Ansgar with 16 points and Colin Kramer had 13 for the Saints.  The Saint Ansgar boys improve to 6-3 overall this season and they improve to 4-3 in the conference.  In the girls game, the Saints were also able to win by a wide margin as they beat the Vikings 59-29.  The Saint Ansgar girls are now 6-5 overall this season and they move to 3-4 in conference games.  Both teams will return to action on Friday when they host Mason City Newman.

Now on to some men’s college basketball, Texas outscored Iowa State 13-9 in overtime to beat the Cyclones 74-70 in Hilton Coliseum. It was Iowa State’s second straight home loss to open Big 12 play.

That’s Iowa State coach Steve Prohm who says the Cyclones made progress after a loss to Kansas State.

Prohm says there is no panic despite the 0-2 start and the Cyclones need to make more progress before Saturday’s game at Oklahoma State.

Donovan Jackson led Iowa State with 24 points and the Iowa State Men fall to 9-4 overall this season.


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