Des Moines — Iowa’s 7th-ranked 1A squad came to the capital city on Monday night, and played what it hoped was it’s first of many games at Wells Fargo Arena this year. The state tournament will be held at WFA in early March, and if Monday was any indication, the Dunkerton Raiders will have a decent shot of qualifying among the eight 1A teams. Colo-Nesco came in with a formidable 10-5 record, and scored the first bucket of the game, but from then on, the Raiders (15-1) would cruise.
Not many freshman get an opportunity to start on a 4A team, but that’s just what Ankeny’s 6-foot guard Jaron Crews is experiencing. Crews is role player for the Hawks, but has been starting since the first game of the season, he explained to PHIA his style of play, and how he was able to nab a role with the varsity at such a young age,“I was working with Coach (Brandt) Carlson throughout the summer and he’s been helping me a lot so that it would be a smooth transition to varsity,” said Crews.
After last season’s glowing regular season record, the Hawks wrestling team was hoping to end the season with a bang. But after sending just one guy to the state wrestling meet, coach Jack Wignall decided he was going to go about things a bit differently this season — schedule tougher to better prepare his guys for the postseason. “We sent one kid to the state tournament last year and he placed, but when you looked at our record we were really good," Wignall said.
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