January 17, 2020 - 11:54 am - Posted in Sports

Keegan Douma, a senior at MOC FV High School, has announced his intention to attend Dordt and join the Defender basketball program.

“Keegan is a winner. He helps his teams be successful in many ways. He shoots it well, passes it well, and makes others better around him. We are looking forward to having Keegan be part of our Dordt Basketball Family, and be a part of Dordt University Campus,” said Dordt basketball coach Brian Van Haaften.

Douma is a 6-2 guard and is averaging 8.7 points, 3.0 rebounds, 1.2 steals and 5.0 assists per game for the Dutch. He is converting 41.3 percent of his three-point shots and is a three-time all-academic team member and is a team captain for MOC FV.

“I chose Dordt because of the close community atmosphere and the dedication they show in helping every student grow in their personal faith journey,” said Douma.

Keegan is the son of Kent and Heidi Douma of Orange City, Iowa. He plans to enter the Pro-Tech program at Dordt.

January 17, 2020 - 5:52 am - Posted in Sports

Hull, Iowa — The Western Christian Wolfpack were able to get the non-conference sweep of the Unity Christian Knights Thursday night in Hull. The girls game went to Western Christian 55-48, and the Wolfpack boys got the win 72-57.

In the girls game, Western and Unity battled back and forth to start the contest and Western had a 16-13 win after the first 8 minutes. Western proceeded to outscore Unity 19-5 in the second quarter and took at 35-18 lead into halftime. The Knights were able to bring the score to within eight after three with Western’s lead dwindling to 43-35, but Western was able to hold on to win 55-48.

Western had three players in double figures. Western got a team high 13 from Ally Postma, and Madison Vis and Macay Vant Hul each added 11 points. Unity got a game high 17 from Janie Schoonhoven, and 15 points from Emma Byker.

With the win Western improves to 8-4 on the season and Unity falls to 7-4 on the year.

The Western boys won their 8th straight contest after leading at all the breaks. After one Western had a 16-10 lead. Just like the girls, the Wolfpack put together a big second quarter outscoring the Knights 28-16, and took a 44-26 lead into the intermission. After three the lead was 51-41, and Western used free throws down the stretch to win 72-57.

Western got a game high 31 from Ty Van Essen, and Dawson Feenstra added 17. Unity got a team high fourteen from Ethan Klompien.

With the win Western improves to 8-2 on the year, and Unity falls to 6-5 on the season.

Up next for the Wolfpack is a road trip to Spirit Lake Monday night.

January 17, 2020 - 5:52 am - Posted in Sports

This article originally appeared on Huskers.com

College Park, Md. – Nicea Eliely tied her career high with 19 points and Leigha Brown added 19 of her own off the bench, but it was not enough to prevent the Nebraska women’s basketball team from dropping an 87-69 decision at No. 20 Maryland on Thursday night at the Xfinity Center.

With the setback, Nebraska slipped to 13-4 overall on the season and 3-3 in the Big Ten, while the No. 20 Terrapins improved to 13-4 and 4-2 in the conference.

Kaila Charles led Maryland with a game-high 23 points while tying for the team lead with seven rebounds. Charles added three blocks and three steals, as the Terrapins recorded 11 steals as a team and forced 20 Husker turnovers. The Terps turned those Husker mistakes into a 29-4 advantage in that decisive category in the game. Freshman Ashley Owusu added 16 points for the Terps, while senior Stephanie Jones contributed 14 points.

Senior Hannah Whitish put three Huskers in double figures with 10 points, including a trio of three-pointers. Nebraska’s hot shooting from outside continued with 9-for-19 shooting as a team from three-point range. For the game, Nebraska hit 42.6 percent (23-54) of its shots from the field overall and 14-of-19 free throws. The Big Red also won the battle of the boards against the Big Ten’s top rebounding team, 37-31.

But Maryland, which has struggled shooting the basketball recently, shot 51.5 percent (35-68) from the field for the game, despite going just 4-for-16 from three-point range. The Terps also hit 13-of-16 free throws.

The Huskers got off to a strong start by jumping to a 10-4 lead after Whitish’s first three-pointer with 6:30 left in the period. Eliely’s third basket of the quarter kept the Huskers in front 14-12 with just over three minutes left, but it only slowed an 18-4 Terp surge over a 3:26 stretch that gave Maryland a 24-14 lead with 1:25 left in the opening quarter.

Eliely buried a three-pointer late in the quarter to keep Nebraska within single digits at 26-17. The Terps took their biggest lead of the half at 32-19 early in the second quarter before back-to-back threes by Whitish cut the margin to seven at 32-25 with 6:36 left in the half and force a Terrapin timeout. The two teams traded scores the rest of the half, and Maryland took a 43-34 lead to the locker at the break.

Nebraska hit 44.8 percent (13-29) of its shots in the half, including 6-of-11 threes (.545), and hit both of its free throw attempts. Maryland shot a sizzling 54.5 percent (18-33) from the floor, including 2-of-7 (.286) from three while knocking down 5-of-7 free throws. Nebraska outworked Maryland on the boards, 18-14, but lost the first-half turnover battle 12-6. Maryland turned Nebraska’s mistakes into 17 points.

Eliely led all scorers in the first half with 12 points, while Whitish pitched in nine points on three threes in the first 20 minutes. Diamond Miller, who finished with 13 points in the game, led Maryland with 11 in the half off the bench, while Charles contributed 10 points.

The Terrapins pushed the lead to 12 early in the third quarter before freshman forward Isabelle Bourne scored four quick points to spark the Huskers. Then Brown heated up, scoring 11 of NU’s next 12 points to pull the Big Red back within six at 59-53 with 1:11 left in the period.

Nebraska trailed 61-55 at the end of three quarters and started the fourth with the ball. But Maryland scored five straight points to open the fourth quarter to push the lead back to 11. Nebraska briefly cut the lead back to single digits at 68-60 on another bucket by Bourne with 6:23 left before the Terps erupted on a 7-0 run to take their biggest lead of the game up to that point at 77-62 on a Charles three-point play with 3:52 left. Nebraska could not get the lead back to single digits again.

Nebraska returns to Big Ten home action for the first time in 10 days when the Huskers play host to Michigan on Sunday. Tip-off between the Huskers and Wolverines at Pinnacle Bank Arena is set for 4 p.m.

January 16, 2020 - 3:51 pm - Posted in Sports

The latest IGHSAU Rankings have MMCRU and Kingsley Pierson remaining in the 6 and 11 spot in Class 1A. Class 2A keeps Western in at #8, and Emmetsburg falls one spot to 15. Class 3A drops Heelan to #3, Okoboji drops one spot to 9, ELC jumps up to 12, Unity Christian is in the rankings at 15, and Cherokee falls from the top 15.

Class 1A
School
Record
LW
1
Montezuma
11-0
1
2
Newell-Fonda
12-0
2
3
Marquette Catholic
11-1
3
4
North Mahaska
9-2
4
5
Algona Bishop Garrigan
12-1
5
6
MMCRU
11-0
6
7
Saint Ansgar
11-1
7
8
East Buchanan
9-2
8
9
Clarksville
9-1
9
10
Council Bluffs St. Albert
8-3
14
11
Kingsley-Pierson
11-1
11
12
Exira-EHK
11-1
12
13
Central Decatur
8-1
13
14
Burlington Notre Dame
11-1
10
15
Turkey Valley
12-1
NR
Dropped Out: Springville (15)
Class 2A
School
Record
LW
1
Cascade
11-0
1
2
West Hancock
14-0
2
3
North Linn
10-1
3
4
Osage
9-1
4
5
MFL-Mar-Mac
12-2
5
6
West Branch
10-2
6
7
Van Buren County
10-2
7
8
Western Christian
7-4
8
9
Maquoketa Valley
11-1
9
10
Hudson
11-1
10
11
ASHTW
11-1
11
12
Mediapolis
12-1
12
13
Mount Ayr
8-2
13
14
Panorama
9-2
NR
15
Emmetsburg
7-3
14
Dropped Out: IKM-Manning (15)
Class 3A
School
Record
LW
1
Dike-New Hartford
10-1
3
2
Crestwood
12-2
2
3
Bishop Heelan
6-3
1
4
Clear Lake
10-1
5
5
Roland-Story
10-1
7
6
Red Oak
11-2
6
7
North Polk
7-4
4
8
Des Moines Christian
11-1
9
9
Okoboji
12-1
8
10
Hampton-Dumont-CAL
11-0
12
11
Davenport Assumption
7-3
10
12
Estherville-Lincoln Central
9-2
14
13
West Burlington
9-3
11
14
West Liberty
10-2
15
15
Unity Christian
7-3
NR
Dropped Out: Cherokee (13)
Class 4A
School
Record
LW
1
North Scott
11-0
1
2
Marion
9-0
2
3
Center Point-Urbana
10-0
3
4
Glenwood
12-0
4
5
Gilbert
9-2
5
6
Ballard
10-1
6
7
Cedar Rapids Xavier
7-3
8
8
Lewis Central
7-4
7
9
Waverly-Shell Rock
10-2
9
10
Central DeWitt
10-1
10
11
Grinnell
8-3
15
12
Mason City
7-6
11
13
Dallas Center-Grimes
7-4
NR
14
Carroll
7-3
13
15
ADM
7-3
NR
Dropped Out: Maquoketa (12), Bondurant-Farrar (14)
Class 5A
School
Record
LW
1
Iowa City High
9-0
1
2
Johnston
12-1
3
3
Dowling Catholic
10-2
4
4
Cedar Rapids Prairie
10-0
5
5
Waukee
10-1
6
6
Southeast Polk
11-1
2
7
Cedar Falls
8-3
8
8
Waterloo West
9-2
7
9
Urbandale
9-3
9
10
Ankeny Centennial
6-5
10
11
Davenport North
8-2
12
12
Ames
605
11
13
Bettendorf
8-4
13
14
Council Bluffs Abraham Lincoln
9-2
14
15
West Des Moines Valley
6-5
NR
Dropped Out: Sioux City East (15) 
January 16, 2020 - 2:51 pm - Posted in Sports

Spirit Lake, Iowa — The Iowa Department of Natural Resources issues a weekly fishing report on Thursdays in an effort to provide the latest information heading into the weekend. The weekly fishing report is compiled from information gathered from local bait shops, angler creel surveys, and county and state parks staff. For more information contact the Spirit Lake fish Hatchery at 712-336-1840.

NORTHWEST
Arrowhead Lake
Ice conditions are improving, but angling activity has been low due to unsafe ice. Check ice thickness often if you venture out. Use waxworms and minnows near structure to target the larger bluegill and crappie this lake commonly produces.

Bacon Creek Lake
The DNR will stock rainbow trout at Bacon Creek Lake at 1:30 p.m. on Jan. 25th. You need a valid fishing license (age 16 and older) and pay the trout fee to fish for or possess trout. Use a piece of worm, small minnow, or power bait fished under a bobber. Put the bait on a small hook or small and shiny jig.

Black Hawk Lake
There is 6-7 inches of ice off the Ice House Point boat ramp. This area of the lake has the thickest ice. There are open water fishing opportunities at the Fish House on Ice House Point. Most of the east basin was open last week and has recently frozen over with thin ice. The winter aeration system in Town Bay is in operation; expect open water and thin ice in Town Bay. Yellow Perch – Fair: Anglers are catching perch around Gunshot Hill and the Ice House Point boat ramp. Keeper size perch range from 8- to 12-inches. Waxworms and small minnows work well. Bluegill – Fair: Anglers are picking up 6-9 inch bluegill using waxworms. Most anglers are fishing near the Ice House Point boat ramp and Gunshot Hill.

Moorland Pond
The DNR will stock rainbow trout in Moorland Pond this Saturday, Jan. 18th at 11 a.m. You need a valid fishing license (age 16 and older) and pay the trout fee to fish for or possess trout. Use a piece of worm, small minnow, or power bait fished under a bobber. Put the bait on a small hook or small and shiny jig.

Storm Lake (including Little Storm Lake)
Ice thickness is variable. Reports of 7-10 inches of ice in the northwest area; much of the southeast area of the lake was open and has recently frozen over so expect thin ice on some areas. Use caution and avoid open areas, seams, and discolored ice. Wear a float coat and have ice picks and rope with you. Anglers are catching perch, walleye, white bass and channel catfish.

Ice thickness in west central Iowa is 3 to 10 inches. Some lakes have open seams and thin areas that were open last week and have recently frozen over. Use caution, check thickness often, and avoid discolored ice. There is open water and thin ice in Town Bay of Black Hawk Lake from the aeration system. For more information, contact the Black Hawk District office at 712-657-2638.

Clear Lake
Ice thickness is 7 to 9 inches. Bluegill – Slow: Use a small jig tipped with a waxworm near the edge of vegetation. Yellow Perch – Good: Yellow perch are biting on a variety of baits. Use larger baits and change location to find bigger fish. Walleye – Fair: Try a jigging spoon tipped with a minnow head near the edge of vegetation. The best bite is during low light periods. Black Crappie – Slow: Use a jig tipped with a waxworm on the edge of vegetation. Yellow Bass – Slow: Try a small spoon tipped with cut bait or several spikes. You have to move around to find fish.

Crystal Lake
Ice thickness is 7 to 9 inches. No fishing activity reported.

Lake Cornelia
Ice thickness is 7 to 8 inches. Yellow Bass – Good: Lot of small fish are being caught.

Lower Pine Lake
Ice thickness is 6 inches at the boat ramp. There is still significant open water north and east of the island. No fishing activity reported.

Rice Lake
Ice thickness is 7 to 9 inches. Bluegill – Slow. Yellow Perch – Slow: Use small jigs tipped with a waxworm. Walleye – Slow.

Silver Lake (Worth)
Ice thickness is 7 to 9 inches.

Upper Pine Lake
Ice thickness is 4 inches at the boat ramp. No fishing activity reported.

For information on the lakes and rivers in the north central area, contact the Clear Lake Fish and Wildlife office at 641-357-3517.

Center Lake
Ice thickness is 9-13 inches. The aeration system has been started. Use caution on the west side of the lake, north of the boat ramp. Signs are up around the aerator hole.

East Okoboji Lake
Ice thickness is 9 to 12 inches. Bluegill – Good: Sorting is needed, but the bite has been good in the southern section of the lake along the weed line. Try near the trestle and the Hattie Elston Boat Ramp. Use small jigs and wigglers. Walleye – Fair: Fishing near Parks Marina in the evening has been good. Use spoons, jigging raps or minnows in the early morning or evening. Yellow Perch – Fair. Black Crappie – Good. Yellow Bass – Fair.

Ingham Lake
Ice thickness is 7-13 inches. The aeration system has been started. Use caution in the southeast side of the lake and off of the northern boat ramp. Signs are up around the aerator hole.

Lost Island Lake
Ice thickness is around 12 inches. Yellow Perch – Fair. Walleye – Fair.

Silver Lake (Dickinson)
Ice thickness is 13 inches. The aeration system has been started. Use caution on the east side of the lake. Signs are up around the aeration holes.

Spirit Lake
Ice thickness is 13-15 inches. Walleye – Good: Fish 1 hour before and after sunrise or sunset. Use spoons or jigging raps tipped with minnow heads in 12-14 feet of water. Also try live minnows. Reports of lots of slot size and bigger fish. Bluegill – Fair: Use wigglers and small jigs in Anglers Bay and Trickles Slough. Yellow Perch – Good: Use minnows and small jigs in Anglers Bay and near Minniwaukon. Best bite is early and late. Black Crappie – Fair.

Trumbull Lake
Yellow Perch – Fair: Size quality is outstanding with some sorting. Use jigs and minnows or wigglers in the main lake.

West Okoboji Lake
West Okoboji ice conditions are variable. Beware of heaves at Atwell and Gull Point; don’t drive over heaves/seams. Ice thickness has been up to 12 inches in small bays and thinner on the main lake. Bluegill – Good: Little Emerson Bay is producing a few nice bluegills. Sorting is needed. Walleye – Fair: Fish rocky areas in 18-20 feet of water. Live minnows work best an hour before and after sunset.

Ice thickness is 7.5-13 inches on area lakes. Ice conditions have improved with recent low temperatures. Some large seams and ridges have become evident; stay away from these areas. Use caution with ATV’s. No vehicle traffic is advised. Water flow into and out of the area lakes has caused weak areas around bridges and other constrictions. Aeration systems at Center Lake, Silver Lake (near Lake Park), and Ingham Lake have been started and signs are up. Stay clear of these systems. For current conditions, call the Spirit Lake District Office at 712-336-1840.

January 16, 2020 - 9:00 am - Posted in Sports

The Dordt Defender men’s basketball team lost a 71-70 road decision to Dakota Wesleyan on Wednesday night in Mitchell, South Dakota.

The Tigers took their first lead of the game at 8-5 and never trailed the rest of the half, building as much as a 33-21 lead before going into the intermission at 41-37. A Chandler Brunsting three-point basket closed the first half scoring.

Dordt rallied to tie the game at 48-48 on a Marcus Winterfeld three-point shot and it was tied again at 54-54. Wesleyan’s Jeffrey Schuch converted a free throw unlock the tie but Brunsting answered with a three-point shot to give Dordt its first lead since the opening minutes and the senior guard knocked down another three with 9:12 left for a 60-55 Dordt lead.

Wesleyan rallied for a lead at 65-64 but back to back baskets by Chad Barkema and Garrett Franken pushed Dordt ahead 68-65. The lead was short lived with back to back Wesleyan baskets for a 69-68 lead with 3:09 left. A pair of free throws by Wesleyan’s Sam McCloud put them up 71-68 and Dordt followed with three consecutive looks to tie the game with three-point shots but didn’t make any of them. Dordt eventually got to the free throw line with :27 left and Jesse Jansma made both ends of the one and one.

Wesleyan missed the front end of a one and one moments later and Dordt had the ball with :22 left. The Defenders ran their offense and didn’t get a shot and were forced to call timeout. After another timeout when they couldn’t get it in, Dordt inbounded to Franke near the three-point circle and his 18 footer was off the mark allowing Wesleyan to escape with the win.

Dordt will host Morningside on Saturday evening at 6:00.

January 16, 2020 - 9:00 am - Posted in Sports

The Dordt Defender women’s basketball team came from behind in the second half to secure a four point win over the Dakota Wesleyan Tigers in GPAC play on Wednesday night in Mitchell, South Dakota.

The game was a defensive struggle for much of the contest with Dakota Wesleyan taking a 15-11 lead in after one quarter of play. The final basket of the first period came with 2:02 left in the quarter and was from Wesleyan’s Sarah Carr as she put up 20 points in the first half of action.

Dordt took its first lead of the second quarter with 7:17 remaining on a Mya Chmielewski three-point shot and a Gabby Kreykes putback gave Dordt its biggest lead of the half at 30-26 with 1:35 left in the period.  Wesleyan got basket with under a minute left to trim the lead back to 30-28 and that’s how the half ended.

The Defenders relinquished the lead with just over two minutes left in the third quarter but Payton Harmsen’s second three-point basket of the night with :39 left in the third tied the game at 46-46 and set the stage for a tense fourth quarter.

In the decisive quarter the Defenders fell behind by as many as seven points with 5:15 left in the game. Chmielewski had a field goal to get Dordt within five and after a defensive stop Bailey Beckman converted a pair of free throws. A Chmielewski three-point basket tied the game at 60 with 4:02 left and the game was tied again at 62-62 after Jordyn Van Maanen made two free throws with 3:19 showing on the clock.

A Beckman jumper in the lane gave Dordt the lead for good at 3:06 left and the Defenders converted enough free throws in the final minute to seal the win 74-70.

Dordt will host Morningside on Saturday afternoon at 4:00.

January 16, 2020 - 8:58 am - Posted in Sports

The Northwestern College men’s basketball team came up short in its upset bid against 17th-ranked Mount Marty 89-79 in a GPAC match-up played tonight in Yankton, S.D.

With its third consecutive loss, Northwestern drops to 6-5 in the GPAC, 14-7 overall; the Lancers improve to 8-3 in conference play, 16-4 overall.

Trent Hilbrands led the Red Raiders with 18 points, one of four players to put up double figures for Head Coach Kris Korver’s squad. Craig Sterk followed close behind with 17 and both Jay Small and Keegan Van Egdom contributed 10.

Down four (47-43) at halftime, Northwestern surged ahead for the final time, 52-51, following a three-pointer by Hilbrands and two free throws from Sterk at the 17-minute mark. Tied at 54 moments later, consecutive three-point plays by Lancers’ guards Jordan Johnson and Jailen Billings put their team up for good, 60-54.

Northwestern was still within striking distance, 71-69, after a three-pointer by Van Egdom with eight minutes remaining. Mount Marty, however, outscored the Red Raiders 14-4 over the next five minutes, extending its lead to 85-73 with two minutes left.

Statistically, the game was very even; Northwestern shot 48% for the game compared to Mount Marty’s 49%. The Red Raiders held a slight advantage in three-point percentage (41% – 38%) and rebounding (34 -31). Northwestern committed 13 turnovers compared to seven by the Lancers.

Grant Rohrer pulled down a game-high eight rebounds while Sterk, Small and Grant DeMeulenaere dished out three assists each.

Mount Marty was led by the duo Colby Johnson (24 points) and Jordan Johnson (21 points) with Chris King filling up the stat sheet with 18 points, seven rebounds and six assists.

January 16, 2020 - 8:58 am - Posted in Sports

A 10-2 Lancers run at the onset of the fourth quarter helped lead Mount Marty to a 67-65 come-from-behind win against 17th-ranked Northwestern College in a GPAC women’s basketball match-up played tonight in Yankton, S.D.

Northwestern lost its third consecutive game and moves to 6-6 in the GPAC, 11-6 overall; the Lancers improve to 5-7 in the conference, 11-7 overall.

Leading by six (36-30) at the half, a Bre Schuiteman three-pointer began an 11-3 run that gave Northwestern its largest lead of the game, 47-33. Devyn Kemble and Taylor VanderVelde also converted three-pointers during the surge. Mount Marty, however, responded with an 8-0 run, holding the Red Raiders scoreless for nearly five minutes, to close the gap to six by quarter’s end, 49-43.

Mount Marty continued its comeback by scoring the first seven points of the fourth quarter and grabbed its first lead since the first quarter, 50-49, on a basket by Molly Koisti. A basket by Sammy Blum put Northwestern back in front on its next possession and the teams traded baskets until the score was tied at 58 with 3:38 left.

Two free throws by Jamie Tebben and a jumper by Ali Kuca put Mount Marty up for good, 62-58, although Northwestern made it a one-point game twice during the final 90 seconds, the final time after a Jada Cunningham three-pointer with 18 seconds left.

Blum led Northwestern with 17 points, followed by Cunningham with a career-best 16 points, including four three-pointers, also a career high. Schuiteman scored 13, hitting three three-pointers, and Alexis Toering pulled down a career-high 14 rebounds. The Red Raiders shot 30% for the game, 39% (10/26) from the arc.

Mount Marty shot 37% for the game, 30% (6/20) from the three-point line; they held a 41-35 advantage on the boards. Tebben led all players with 18 points and both Kuca and Koisti scored 14. Hannah Williams chipped in a double-double with 12 points and 13 rebounds.

Both teams held the lead in a back-and-forth first quarter that ended with a Schuiteman three-pointer to put Northwestern up 15-12. The Red Raiders continued to lead through the entirety of the second quarter, holding as much as a nine-point advantage (31-22) at the 2:41 mark.

January 15, 2020 - 12:49 pm - Posted in Sports

Northwestern College begins the second half of its conference schedule with a road game against Mount Marty Wednesday night in Yankton, S.D. Tip-off is scheduled for 6pm. Northwestern has lost three of its last four games, all to ranked teams, and sits in sixth place in the GPAC with a 6-5 record, 11-5 overall. Mount Marty is in eighth place at the midpoint of the GPAC schedule with a 4-7 record, 10-7 overall.

The Lancers are 2-2 since the new year, going 1-1 in each of the last two weeks, with wins against College of Saint Mary and Midland and losses to ranked teams, Morningside and Dordt. All four games were decided by six points or less. Mount Marty currently holds the eighth and final GPAC postseason tournament spot with a 4-7 record at the mid-point of the conference schedule, 10-7 overall. They hold a one game lead on Midland and trail Jamestown by a half game.

Schlimgen is in his second year as the Lancers head coach and 13th season as a coach within the program. He spent 11 years as an assistant and was also a high school coach in South Dakota. Schlimgen returns three starters, six players, from a 2018-19 team that finished tied with Jamestown for ninth place in the GPAC at 8-14, 15-14 overall.

The Red Raiders have lost two straight, three of their last four games, and dropped five spots to 17th in the latest NAIA Coaches’ poll released today. They are currently sixth in the GPAC with a 6-5 record, 11-5 overall. Northwestern is one of seven teams from the GPAC to earn recognition in the coaches’ poll, joining Hastings (2), Concordia (3), Morningside (7), Dordt (9), Dakota Wesleyan (12) and Jamestown (RV). Most recently, Coach Yaw’s squad has lost games to Concordia, DWU and Morningside while earning a road win over Doane.