February 21, 2019 - 2:10 pm - Posted in Sports

Spirit Lake, Iowa — The Iowa Department of Natural Resources issues a weekly fishing reporton 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
There is around 12 inches of ice near the boat ramp. Bluegill – Slow: Use a small jig tipped with a waxworm fished in 10-15 feet of water near submerged structure on the east side.

Bacon Creek Lake
The DNR stocked rainbow trout at Bacon Creek Lake on Feb. 16th.

Black Hawk Lake
The winter aeration system in Town Bay is in operation; beware of open water and thin ice in Town Bay. There is around 16 inches of ice off the boat ramp of Ice House Point. Be aware of thin ice or open water near Ice House Point, along the Denison Beach area, and in the east basin near the outlet. Check ice thickness often. Bluegill – Fair: Use a small jig tipped with waxworm in the rock pile out front of Gunshot Hill and off of Cottonwood Point. Black Crappie – Fair: Use a small jig tipped with waxworm near the Ice House Point boat ramp. Channel Catfish – Fair: Try minnows near the bottom on the rock piles near Gunshot Hill and Cottonwood Point.

Black Hawk Pits
There is around 11 inches of ice near the boat ramp. Bluegill – Fair: Use waxworms fished near the bottom.

Brushy Creek Lake
Anglers are fishing mostly near the north boat ramp, in the northeast arm of the lake, and near the southeast boat ramp near the big island. Ice conditions are improving; check ice thickness often. Bluegill – Fair: Try waxworms fished on a small jig in the northeast arm of the lake. Black Crappie – Fair: Use a minnow and spoon in about 20-30 feet of water near submerged structure. Try also waxworms and spikes on a small jig. Yellow Perch – Slow: Anglers are picking up a few yellow perch while fishing for crappie.

Moorland Pond
The DNR stocked rainbow trout on Feb 9.

Storm Lake (including Little Storm Lake)
Most areas of the lake have 16-18 inches of ice. Avoid ice along pressure seams and near the big island. There is 6-8 inches of snow on the ice in most areas. Check ice thickness often. Walleye – Fair: Use minnows and jigging spoons in the dredge cuts on the east side of the lake in about 10-14 feet of water. Low light conditions are best. White Bass – Fair: Anglers are picking up some white bass in the east end of the lake and deeper dredged areas while fishing for walleye.

Most ice in the Black Hawk district is 10 to 18 inches with about 6-8 inches of snow. Geese are still keeping areas open on some lakes. Check ice thickness often. For more information, contact the Black Hawk District office at 712-657-2638.

Beeds Lake
Due to the excessive snowfall, the Beeds Lake campground road will be closed until snow melt.

Clear Lake
The ice has several inches of snow on it. Yellow Bass – Fair: Start shallow with a small jig or jigging spoon tipped with several spikes or a waxworm near the Baptist camp. You have to keep moving to stay on fish. Yellow Perch – Good: Lots of small fish are being caught. If you’re not going to use the fish you catch, please release them. Black Crappie – Slow: Use jigging spoons tipped with a minnow head in the early morning. Walleye – Slow: Dead stick a minnow early morning or evening near the island.

Rice Lake
Ice thickness is 18 to 20 inches.

Silver Lake (Worth)
Ice thickness is 18 to 20 inches.

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

East Okoboji Lake
Yellow Bass – Fair: Anglers are catching large yellow bass from the basin. Move often to stay on the school of active fish. Bluegill – Good: Numbers of fish are being caught from the south end of the lake; sorting is needed.

Five Island Lake
Yellow Bass – Good: Some activity reported on the lake; you need to search to find active fish. Walleye – Fair: Report of fish being caught during the evening hours with traditional baits.

Lake Pahoja
Bluegill – Good: Recent surveys show good numbers of angler acceptable size bluegill in the lake with large fish over 8 inches not uncommon.

Lost Island Lake
Yellow Bass – Fair: Yellow bass activity has slowed, but persistent anglers can catch good numbers of fish. Black Crappie – Good: Yellow bass anglers report crappie mixed in the catch.

Minnewashta Lake
Black Crappie – Good: Anglers report catching good numbers of angler acceptable size fish and larger fish early and late day.

Spirit Lake
Yellow Perch – Good: Good numbers of angler acceptable size fish continue to be caught from the basin in 18 – 20 feet of water; the bite improves through the day. Sorting is needed with numbers of small fish also in the catch.

Trumbull Lake
Yellow Perch – Good: Yellow perch continue to be harvested from the lake; anglers are very pleased with the quality of the fish caught.

Virgin Lake
Walleye – Good: Good opportunities to catch fish averaging 16 inches; best action is half hour before sunset to half hour after sunset. Yellow Perch – Good: Fish averaging 8 inches are common.

West Okoboji Lake
Bluegill – Good: Persistent anglers will catch good numbers of large bluegills from the lake. Yellow Bass – Good: Anglers report catching fish from Smiths Bay in 18 – 24 feet of water; move often to catch numbers.

For more information throughout the week, contact the Spirit Lake Fish Hatchery at 712-336-1840.

February 18, 2019 - 10:49 am - Posted in Sports

Northwest Iowa — The 2018-2019 Siouxland Conference Girls All Conference Teams have been announced. Unanimous selections included a trio of underclassmen.  Okoboji junior Kallyn Stumbo and Boyden Hull junior Mallory Nilles were joined by Central Lyon sophomore Hayden Heimensen. Sheldon sophomore Brooklyn Grady earned a spot on the third team with honorable mention accolades going to Orab senior Cassidy Bart.

*** = unanimous selection

1ST TEAM
***Kallyn Stumbo Okoboji 11
***Mallory Nilles Boyden-Hull 11
***Hayden Heimensen Central Lyon 10
Magan Christopherson Okoboji 11
Jazlin De Haan MOC-FV 10
Lexi Van Kekerix Rock Valley 10
Brooklyn Meyer West Lyon 9

2nd TEAM
Emily DeRuyter Rock Valley 12
Camry Jones Okoboji 11
Brooke Zylstra Boyden-Hull 11
Sutton Schlumbohm Central Lyon 11
Dana DenHerder Sioux Center 11

3rd TEAM
Jayden Schutt MOC-FV 12
Madisyn Grotewold West Lyon 11
Abby Heemstra Rock Valley 10
Jacie Vander Waal Sioux Center 10
Brooklyn Grady Sheldon 10

Honorable Mention
Kelli Greenfield Sibley-Ocheyedan 10
Kayla Gerken GLR 12
Cassidy Bart Sheldon 12
Alyssa Mulder Sioux Center 12
Kiley Metzger Central Lyon 11
Delanie Niemeyer MOC-FV 10
Hayley Knoblock West Lyon 10
Erika Pottebaum Boyden-Hull 12
Lizzy Blum Rock Valley 11
Alli Harms Okoboji 12

February 15, 2019 - 9:20 am - Posted in Sports

Des Moines Iowa — The individual portion of the Iowa State Wrestling Tournament opened a three day run Thursday at Wells Fargo Area in Des Moines. Class 3A wrestlers were on the mat for the opening session followed by Class 1A wrestlers in the afternoon session. The evening session featured Class 2A wrestlers  The opening session in each class included the first round followed by the first round of consolation. The awards presentation is scheduled for 5:45 Saturday evening with the Grand March and finals in all classes set for 6:00 pm.

Class 1A area wrestlers who qualified for State include: 

106     Jader Briggs of Akron-Westfield – Won 9-7 Dec

Drayven Kraft of West Sioux, Hawarden – Lost 5-0 Dec, Fell in 1:59 and is out of the Tournament

113     Cullen Koedam of West Sioux, Hawarden – Fell in 1:48, Won 8-3 Dec

120    Adam Allard of West Sioux, Hawarden – Won by pin 0:31

Aiden Christiansen of Hinton – Lost 7-10 Dec, Won 8-4 Dec

126     Trey Schuck of Sibley-Ocheyedan – Won 7-4 Dec

132     Dillon Lynott of West Sioux, Hawarden – Won 10-2 MD

138     Carson Lynott of West Sioux, Hawarden – Lost 8-11 Dec, Lost 9-10 Dec and is out of the Tournament

152     Kory Van Oort of West Sioux, Hawarden – Won by pin 3:14

160     John Henrich of Akron-Westfield – Won by pin 0:38

170     Tristan Mulder of Western Christian – Won 5-4 Dec

182     Trevor Schuller of West Sioux, Hawarden – Fell in 5:59, Won by pin 1:38

195     Logan Koedam of West Sioux, Hawarden – Won by pin 2:37

220    Easton Fleshman of West Lyon, Inwood – Fell in 1:07, Won 6-1 Dec

 

Class 2A area State qualifiers: 

106    Jonathon Burnette of Spirit Lake Park – Won 5-4 Dec

113    Johnny Hua of MOC-Floyd Valley – Won 10-9 Dec

Jaxson Rozeboom of Boyden Hull-Rock Valley – Lost 2-9 Dec, Lost 5-11 Dec and is out of the tournament

120   Kyler Dunn of Spirit Lake Park – Won 7-6 Dec

Jason Peta of Estherville-Lincoln Central – Won 12-3 MD

126   Joe Waters of Spirit Lake Park – Won 18-2 TF

Blake Abrahamson of Okoboji – Fell in 3:18, Fell in 4:54, and is out of the tournament

132   Hunter Abrahamson of Okoboji – Fell in 1:34, Lost 2-13 MD and is out of the tournament

145    Isaiah Spencer of Spencer – Lost 2-4 Dec, Won by Pin 5:41

Roberto Cardenas of Sioux Center – Lost 2-19 TF, Lost 5-6 Dec and is out of the tournament

152   Kyler Rieck of Spirit Lake Park – Won by Pin 3:35

Kalen Meyer of Central Lyon-G-LR – Lost 6-10 Dec, Lost 1-5 Dec and is out of the tournament

160    Nate Cornwall of Spirit Lake Park – Fell in 4:18, Lost 1-4 Dec and is out of the tournament

170    Bryce Vande Weerd of Central Lyon-G-LR – Fell in 1:12, Lost 2-3 Dec and is out of the tournament

182    Luke Jenness of Sheldon-S. O`Brien – Won by Pin 1:45

195    Kolton Bus of Central Lyon-G-LR – Won by Pin 1:20

Chayce Hooyer of Sioux Center – Fell in 3:26, Fell in 2:59 and is out of the tournament

220   Dakoda Powell of Spirit Lake Park – Won 5-3 Dec

Jarrett Meyer of Central Lyon-G-LR – Fell in 3:34, Won by Pin 3:21

285   Jarrett Fastert of Central Lyon-G-LR – Fell in 5:25, Won by Pin 1:34

February 14, 2019 - 3:26 pm - Posted in Sports

Spirit Lake, Iowa — The Iowa Department of Natural Resources issues a weekly fishing reporton 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
There is around 10 inches of ice near the boat ramp. Bluegill – Slow: Catch keeper bluegills in the middle of the lake and along the east side with a small jig tipped with a waxworm fished in 10-15 feet of water.

Bacon Creek Lake
The DNR will stock rainbow trout at Bacon Creek Lake this Saturday, Feb. 16th at 1:30 p.m.

Black Hawk Lake
The winter aeration system in Town Bay is in operation; beware of open water and thin ice in Town Bay. There is around 14 inches of ice off the boat ramp of Ice House Point. Be aware of thin ice or open water near Ice House Point, along the Denison Beach area, and in the east basin near the outlet. Conditions are improving, but they are still variable throughout the lake. Check ice thickness often. Bluegill – Fair: Use a small jig tipped with waxworm in the rock pile out front of Gunshot Hill. Black Crappie – Fair: Use a small jig tipped with waxworm near the Ice House Point boat ramp.

Black Hawk Pits
There is around 10 inches of ice near the boat ramp. Ice is variable; check ice thickness often when venturing out. Bluegill – Fair: Use waxworms fished near the bottom.

Brushy Creek Lake
Anglers are fishing mostly near the north boat ramp, in the northeast arm of the lake, and near the southeast boat ramp near the big island. Look out for thin ice near the beach and in the main lake. Ice conditions are improving; check ice thickness often. Bluegill – Fair: Try waxworms fished on a small jig in the northeast arm of the lake. Black Crappie – Fair: Use a minnow and spoon in about 20-30 feet of water near submerged structure. Try also waxworms and spikes on a small jig. Yellow Perch – Slow: Anglers are picking up a few yellow perch while fishing for crappie.

Moorland Pond
The DNR stocked rainbow trout on Feb 9.

Storm Lake (including Little Storm Lake)
Ice conditions on Storm Lake are improving, but are still variable. Most areas of the lake have 15-18 inches of ice. Avoid ice along pressure seams, in the middle of the lake near the big island, and any other off-colored ice. Use caution and check ice thickness often. Walleye – Fair: Use minnows and jigging spoons in the dredge cuts on the east side of the lake in about 10-14 feet of water. Low light conditions are best. Yellow Perch – Slow: Use a small spoon and waxworm in the east end of the lake. White Bass – Fair: Anglers are picking up some white bass in the east end of the lake and deeper dredged areas while fishing for walleye.

Most ice in the Black Hawk district is 10 to 18 inches. Be aware of any thin ice or open water; geese are still keeping areas open on some lakes. Use caution and check ice thickness often. For more information, contact the Black Hawk District office at 712-657-2638.

Clear Lake
The ice has several inches of snow on it. Yellow Bass – Fair: Start shallow with a small jig or jigging spoon tipped with several spikes or a waxworm near the Baptist camp and in the Little Lake. You have to keep moving to stay on fish. Yellow Perch – Fair: Lots of small fish are being caught. If you’re not going to use the fish you catch, please release them. Black Crappie – Slow: Use jigging spoons tipped with a minnow head in the early morning. Walleye – Slow: Best bite is early morning and evening.

Lower Pine Lake
Bluegill – Slow.

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

East Okoboji Lake
Yellow Bass – Good: Anglers are catching large yellow bass from the basin. Move often to stay on the school of active fish. Bluegill – Good: Numbers of fish are being caught from the south end of the lake; sorting is needed.

Five Island Lake
Yellow Bass – Good: Some activity reported on the lake; you need to search to find active fish. Walleye – Fair: Report of fish being caught during the evening hours with traditional baits.

Lake Pahoja
Bluegill – Good: Recent surveys show good numbers of angler acceptable size bluegill in the lake with large fish over 8 inches not uncommon.

Lost Island Lake
Yellow Bass – Fair: Yellow bass activity has slowed, but persistent anglers can catch good numbers of fish.

Spirit Lake
Yellow Perch – Good: Good numbers of angler acceptable size fish continue to be caught from the basin in 18 – 20 feet of water; the bite improves through the day. Sorting is needed with numbers of small fish also in the catch.Bluegill – Fair: Report of bluegill action fishing traditional sites.

Trumbull Lake
Yellow Perch – Good: Yellow perch continue to be harvested from the lake; anglers are very pleased with the quality of the fish caught.

Virgin Lake
Walleye – Good: Good opportunities to catch fish averaging 16 inches; best action is half hour before sunset to half hour after sunset. Yellow Perch – Good: Fish averaging 8 inches are common.

West Okoboji Lake
Bluegill – Good: Action has improved; persistent anglers will catch good numbers of large bluegills from the lake.

For more information throughout the week, contact the Spirit Lake Fish Hatchery at 712-336-1840.

February 13, 2019 - 11:20 am - Posted in Sports

The Iowa High School Football Coaches Association has selected the Coaches for the 2018 Iowa Shrine All-Star Football Classic. The game will be played Saturday, July 20, 2019 at the UNI Dome in Cedar Falls starting at 4:00 P.M.

The Iowa Shrine Bowl Game is an all-star football game between selected pre-college football athletes on each side of a north-south dividing line in Iowa.

The players are selected by a process of nomination by coaches, balloting by state-wide sports media professionals, and official invitation from a representative of the Iowa Shrine Bowl.

Area athletes competing in the Shrine Bowl for the North Squad are:
Michael Storey – Spencer
JT Van’t Hul – Boyden-Hull/Rock Valley
Reagan Frankl – Akron-Westfield
Carter Kooi – Western Christian
Tanner Vanden Top – Central Lyon/George Little Rock
Ben Steffens – Spirit Lake
Brian Egeland – Estherville-Lincoln Central
Joshua Gayer – West Lyon

The coaches for the North Squad are:
Head Coach:
Jay Rozeboom – West Lyon
Assistant Coaches:
Tim Van Regenmorter – Sioux Center
Mark Furhman – South O’Brien
Managers:
Jayme Rozeboom – Boyden-Hull/Rock Valley
Trevor Rozeboom – Central Lyon/George Little Rock

The Iowa Shrine Bowl produces this game each year. The game brings honor and recognition to the players, their schools and their communities. It has also been an effective tool in raising money for The Shriner’s Hospital For Children.

To date, the Iowa Shrine Bowl has raised over $2,600,000 for The Shriner’s Hospitals for Children. Funds for The Shriner’s Hospitals For Children are developed by ticket sales, advertising in the Shrine Bowl program, merchandise sales, contributions and sponsorships.

Iowa Shrine Bowl, Inc is an incorporated 501(c)3 fundraising organization. All profits from operations are sent to The Shriner’s Hospital For Children. The principle fundraising event of Iowa Shrine Bowl, Inc is the Iowa Shrine Bowl Game.

February 12, 2019 - 9:32 am - Posted in Sports

Orange City, Iowa — The Sibley-Ocheyedan Generals had 5 players in double figures and ten three pointers on their way to a 79-62 win over the Okoboji Pioneers Monday night in Orange City.

The Generals jumped out to a quick lead and after one were in front 25-13. At the halftime intermission, Sibley-Ocheyedan had a 43-22 advantage. After three, it was 61-41, and Sibley-Ocheyedan came away with the 79-62 victory.

The Generals had five players in double figures. Grant Brouwer had a team high 17 points, Caleb Mayer and Carter Brouwer each had 15, Lane Tangeman added fourteen and Beau Jenness put in ten. Okoboji was got a game high 19 from Chris Halbur, and Lucas Lorenzen put in 18.

With the win the Generals improve to 10-12 and will take on Boyden-Hull in Hull on Thursday. Okoboji ends their year at 8-14

February 7, 2019 - 3:03 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
On Feb. 7 there was 10 inches of ice near the boat ramp. Bluegill – Slow: Catch keeper bluegills in the middle of the lake and along the east side with a small jig tipped with a waxworm fished in 10-15 feet of water.

Bacon Creek Lake
The DNR will stock rainbow trout at Bacon Creek Lake on Feb. 16th at 1:30 p.m.

Black Hawk Lake
The winter aeration system in Town Bay is in operation; beware of open water and thin ice in Town Bay. On Feb. 7 there was 14 inches of ice off the boat ramp of Ice House Point. Be aware of thin ice or open water near Ice House Point, Denison Beach area, and in the east basin near the outlet. Conditions are improving, but they are still variable throughout the lake. Check ice thickness often. Bluegill – Fair: Use a small jig tipped with waxworm in the rock pile out front of Gunshot Hill. Black Crappie – Fair: Use a small jig tipped with waxworm near the Ice House Point boat ramp.

Black Hawk Pits
On Feb. 7 there was 10 inches of ice near the boat ramp. Ice is variable; check ice thickness often when venturing out. Bluegill – Fair: Use waxworms fished near the bottom.

Brushy Creek Lake
Anglers are fishing mostly near the north boat ramp, in the northeast arm of the lake, and near the southeast boat ramp near the big island. Look out for thin ice near the beach and in the main lake. Ice conditions are improving; check ice thickness often. Bluegill – Fair: Try waxworms fished on a small jig in the northeast arm of the lake. Black Crappie – Fair: Use a minnow and spoon in about 20-30 feet of water near submerged structure. Try also waxworms and spikes on a small jig. Yellow Perch – Slow: Anglers are picking up a few yellow perch while fishing for crappie.

Moorland Pond
The trout stocking and family fishing event at Moorland Pond is this Saturday, Feb. 9 at 11:30 a.m.

Storm Lake (including Little Storm Lake)
Ice conditions on Storm Lake are improving, but are still variable. Most areas of the lake have 15-18 inches of ice. Avoid ice along pressure seams, in the middle of the lake near the big island, and any other off-colored ice. Use caution and check ice thickness often. Walleye – Fair: Use minnows and jigging spoons in the dredge cuts on the east side of the lake in about 10-14 feet of water. Low light conditions are best. Yellow Perch – Slow: Use a small spoon and waxworm. White Bass – Fair: Anglers are picking up some white bass in the east end of the lake and deeper dredged areas while fishing for walleye.

Ice conditions have improved in the Black Hawk district. Most ice reports are 10 to 18 inches. Be aware of any thin ice or open water; geese are keeping areas open on some lakes. Use caution and check ice thickness often. For more information, contact the Black Hawk District office at 712-657-2638.

Clear Lake
Ice thickness is 12 to 18 inches. Yellow Bass – Fair: Start shallow with a small jig or jigging spoon tipped with several spikes or a waxworm. You have to keep moving to stay on fish. Yellow Perch – Fair: Lots of small fish are being caught. If you’re not going to use the fish you catch, please release them. Black Crappie – Slow: Use jigging spoons tipped with a minnow head in the early morning. Walleye – Slow: Best bite is early morning and evening.

Crystal Lake
Ice thickness is 16 to 20 inches. No fishing activity reported.

Lower Pine Lake
Ice thickness is 6 to 8 inches. Bluegill – Fair.

Rice Lake
Ice thickness is 12 to 18 inches. No fishing activity reported.

Silver Lake (Worth)
Ice thickness is 12 to 18 inches. 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.

East Okoboji Lake
Yellow Bass – Good: Anglers are catching large yellow bass from the basin. Move often to stay on the school of active fish. Bluegill – Good: Numbers of fish are being caught from the south end of the lake; sorting is needed.

Five Island Lake
Yellow Bass – Good: Some activity reported on the lake; you need to search to find active fish. Walleye – Fair: Report of fish being caught from the deep water dredge sites with traditional baits.

Lake Pahoja
Bluegill – Good: Recent surveys show good numbers of angler acceptable size bluegill in the lake with large fish over 8 inches not uncommon.

Lost Island Lake
Yellow Perch – Good: Report of fish being caught from the lake with “bonus mixed bag” of bluegill and crappie in the catch. Yellow Bass – Fair: Yellow bass activity has slowed, but persistent anglers can catch good numbers of fish.

Spirit Lake
Walleye – Fair: Action has slowed; angler acceptable size fish are being caught; best action is half hour before sunset to half hour after sunset. Yellow Perch – Good: Good numbers of angler acceptable size fish continue to be caught from the basin in 18 – 20 feet of water; sorting is needed as numbers of small fish will also be in the catch. Bluegill – Fair: Report of bluegill action fishing traditional sites.

Trumbull Lake
Yellow Perch – Good: Yellow perch continue to be harvested from the lake; anglers are very pleased with the quality of the fish caught.

Virgin Lake
Walleye – Good: Good opportunities to catch fish averaging 16 inches; best action is half hour before sunset to half hour after sunset. Yellow Perch – Good: Fish averaging 8 inches are common.

West Okoboji Lake
Bluegill – Good: Action has slowed; persistent anglers will catch good numbers of bluegills from the lake.

For more information throughout the week, contact the Spirit Lake Fish Hatchery at 712-336-1840.

February 4, 2019 - 12:10 pm - Posted in Sports

The All-Siouxland Conference wrestling teams are out.

Sibley-Ocheyedan had two wrestlers on the first team. They were Trey Schuck and Dahson De Jong

For Full List CLICK HERE

February 1, 2019 - 1:08 pm - Posted in Sports

Northwest Iowa — Brackets are out for Class 1A and 2A basketball tournament action.

The Orabs are in Class 2A District 16 and take on Cherokee on Monday, February 11th at 6:30 pm in Rock Valley. Western Christian is also in District 16 and received a first round bye. In Class 2A District 1, Sioux Center and Boyden-Hull each received first round byes.

Class 2A District 1 and District 2 champions will play at Spirit Lake on February 23rd

Class 2A District 15 and District 16 champions will play at Sioux City East on February 23rd

GLR is the top seed in Class 1A District 2 and will play the winner of MMCRU and Clay Central Everly on Valentines Day.

Class 1A District 1 and 2 champions will play at MOC-Floyd Valley on February 23rd

Class 1A District 1

Class 1A District 2

Class 2A District 1

Class 2A District 16

January 25, 2019 - 9:20 am - Posted in Sports

Des Moines, Iowa — Brackets for the upcoming regional girls basketball tournaments are out.

In Class 3A Region 1, Sheldon takes on MOC-Floyd Valley in Orange City on Saturday, February 9th. Okoboji plays host to Sioux Center. Class 2A Region 1 has Cherokee, South O’Brien, Unity, and West Sioux all receiving first round bye. First round action for Class 2A begins on Saturday, February 9th. Class 1A Region 1 features West Hancock, Gehlen, and Kingsley-Pierson receiving first round byes, with first round games being played on Thursday, February 7th.

For Complete 1A Brackets CLICK HERE

For Complete 2A Brackets CLICK HERE

For Complete 3A Brackets CLICK HERE