SPORTS AUGUST 22, 2014

Written by on August 22, 2014 in Sports

Here is the schedule for meet the players night.

Friday, August 22nd

5:30 P.M. – Mt. Pleasant Athletic Booster Club begins serving meals

7:15 P.M. – Introductions of Cheerleaders, Players, Managers, and Coaches Begins

- 7th, 8th,  HS Cross Country

- 7th, 8th, 9th, 10th, Varsity Football – then 9th & 10th warm up while VB introductions

- 7th, 8th, 9th, 10th, 11th, 12th  Volleyball

 7:30 P.M. – Intro 7th, 8th, 9th, JV, & Varsity Cheerleaders – 9th grade Offense & 10th Defense scrimmage

7:45 P.M. – 10th Grade Offense vs. 9th Grade Defense

8:00 P.M. – Varsity Kicking Game vs. Air

8:15 P.M. – Varsity Offense vs. Varsity & JV Defense

 

The Burlington Bees fell to Cedar Rapids 6-5 at Community Field in Burlington last night. In pregame ceremonies a moment of silence was observed to honor Susan Denk of the Burlington Hawkeye Newspaper who died of a heart attack Monday. Denk had covered the Bees for the 15 years she lived in Burlington. The Bees tonight host the Kernals once again with the first pitch at 6:30 p.m., Saturday night is Mt. Pleasant night at Community Field, KILJ has some free tickets for the game, stop at the studios and pick some up.

 

The University of Iowa, in conjunction with the Big Ten Conference, announced its 2014-15 men’s basketball schedule.

The Hawkeyes open their season on Sunday, Nov. 2, in a home exhibition contest against Northwood, with the regular season tipping off in Iowa City on Friday, Nov. 14, against an opponent to be announced later in a 2K Classic Regional Round game. The Hawkeyes will play a second 2K Classic Regional Round contest three days later on Nov. 17 on Mediacom Court at Carver-Hawkeye Arena.

Iowa will open its Big Ten schedule on the road for the first time since the 2008-09 season at Ohio State on Dec. 30. The Hawkeyes also opened their season in Columbus in 2008.

Iowa’s schedule includes four Big Ten weekend home dates, including three on Saturdays.

 

The Big Ten Conference announced its 2015 women’s basketball schedule. The University of Iowa women’s basketball team will play 18 conference games, including nine on Mediacom Court in Carver-Hawkeye Arena.

With the addition of Maryland and Rutgers, the 14 league teams will compete in an 18-game conference schedule, playing five teams both home and away and eight teams once. Each team will play four of its single-play opponents at home and four on the road.

The Hawkeyes’ conference slate begins Dec. 28 in Carver-Hawkeye Arena against three-time defending league champion Penn State, and concludes with the annual Big Ten Tournament, March 4-8. This year’s tournament returns to the Sears Centre in Hoffman Estates, Illinois.

Iowa’s home league schedule includes four weekend games, four midweek dates, and one Monday matchup. Iowa will play five of its first eight conference games at home. Six of the next eight games will be on the road, and the final two will be contested in Carver-Hawkeye Arena.

 

 

 

 

AREA WEEK 1 HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL GAMES

 

Thursday August 28, 2014

Bettendorf @ Assumption, Davenport 

 

Friday August 29, 2014

3A District 5

Mount Pleasant at Ottumwa (ND)

Central Lee at Keokuk (ND)
Clear Creek-Amana at Center Point-Urbana (ND)
Fairfield at Davis County (ND)
Pella at Washington (ND)
West Burlington-Notre Dame at Fort Madison (ND)

 

2A District 5

Camanche at Mediapolis (ND)
Central Lee at Keokuk (ND)
Durant at Mid-Prairie, (ND)
Louisa-Muscatine at Northeast, Goose Lake (ND)
West Burlington-Notre Dame at Fort Madison (ND)
West Liberty at Tipton (ND)
Williamsburg at Wilton (ND)

 

1A District 5

Durant at Mid-Prairie (ND)
Easton Valley at Bellevue (ND)
Maquoketa Valley, Delhi at Alburnett (ND)
North Cedar, Stanwood at Anamosa (ND)
Wapello at New London (ND)
West Branch at Lisbon (ND)
Williamsburg at Wilton (ND)

1A District 6

Eddyville-Blakesburg-Fremont at Pekin (ND)
Highland at Danville (ND)
Pella Christian at PCM, Monroe (ND)
Regina, Iowa City at Solon (ND)
Sigourney/Keota at B-G-M, Brooklyn (ND)
WACO at Columbus Community (ND)
West Marshall at Baxter (ND)

 

“A” District 6

Cardinal, Eldon at Southeast Warren, Liberty Center (ND)
Eddyville-Blakesburg-Fremont at Pekin (ND)
Highland at Danville (ND)
Iowa Valley, Marengo at Winfield-Mt. Union (ND)
Lone Tree at North Mahaska (ND)
Van Buren at Lynnville-Sully (ND)
WACO, Wayland at Columbus Community (ND)
Wapello at New London (ND)

8 Man District 6
Cedar Valley Christian School at Harmony, Farmington (ND)

 

4A District 7
Davenport, Central at Burlington (ND)

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