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Published: Wednesday, Jan. 22, 2014 1:11 a.m. CDT

Wrestling

Creston/O-M middle school wrestlers won 13 of 17 matches against Nodaway Valley and Chariton Thursday at home.

Cade Vicker (C/O-M) major dec. Gideon Plank (Char), 11-2; Tristen Travis (C/O-M) pinned Parker Manning (NV), 1:31; Mason Kinsella (C/O-M) pinned Hunter Parker (Char), 1:49; Hunter Clark (Char) pinned Beau Barncastle (C/O-M), 2:28; Hunter Neer (Char) pinned Cashton Weeks (C/O-M), 1:25; Trevor Kinyon (C/O-M) pinned Stephen Sundquist (Char), :45; Colton Phelps C/O-M pinned Tommy Sommers (Char), 1:50; Kolby Tomas (C/O-M) pinned Reid Walters (Char), 1:24; Mathew Rouh (C/O-M) dec. Gideon Plank (Char), 9-2; Tristan Travis (C/O-M) pinned Nathan Hudson (NV), 1:02.

Mason Kinsella (C/O-M) pinned Parker Manning (NV), 2:55; Hunter Clark (Char) dec. Trevor Kinyon (C/O-M), 4-2; Beau Barncastle (C/O-M) pinned Stephen Sundquist (Char), 1:03; Colton Phelps (C/O-M) pinned Braden Miller (Char), 1:36; Kolby Tomas (C/O-M) pinned Brock Spencer (Char), 1:45; Jade Spencer (Char) pinned Cashton Weeks (C/O-M), 2:41; Cade Vicker (C/O-M) dec. Adrian Hill (Char), 5-2.

8th boys

FONTANELLE — Trevor Downing scored 17 points to lead Creston eighth-grade boys over Nodaway Valley Monday, 55-20.

Evan Jacobson added 11 points for Creston (6-2).

“It was a good team effort,” coach Mike McCabe said. “Everyone got to play multiple minutes.”

Creston (55) — Trevor Downing 17, Evan Jacobson 11, Tucker Flynn 9, Cody Wagner 6, Cole Higgins 4, Jaden Driskell 2, Dustin Merritt 2, Nathan Pudenz 2, Dalten Bierle 2.

Nodaway Valley (20).

7th boys

FONTANELLE — Creston seventh-grade boys played a strong defensive game in defeating Nodaway Valley Monday, 35-25.

“Our defensive pressure got us off to a great start in this game,” said Creston coach Kristopher “Kritter” Hayes. “We didn’t shoot the ball or rebound all that well against a taller Nodaway Valley team, but when we did, we ran the floor and attacked. All 16 of our players played in this game. We are really coming together as a team and learning it takes everyone doing their job to succeed.”

Kylan Smallwood had 13 points to lead Creston (7-1).

Creston (35) — Kylan Smallwood 13, Dale Boyer 10, Hunter Simpson 4, Kendall Crawford 3, Lee Normandeau 2, Bryce Fitzgerald 2, Jeffrey Dillenburg 1.

Nodaway Valley (25) — Lamb 11.

8th girls

CLARINDA — Creston led 11-8 at halftime but Clarinda rallied for an 18-13 eighth-grade girls basketball victory Monday.

Chloe Hagle and Taylor Fredrickson each scored four points for Creston (1-6).

“The girls played well overall ... the baskets just weren’t falling for us,” Creston coach Sarah Stephens said. “The girls did a great job breaking the press and forcing Clarinda to pull back into a zone defense. The girls played really hard and adjusted to different offenses and defenses throughout the game.”

Clarinda won the second game, 11-8. Taylor Sorrells scored four points for Creston.

Creston A (13) — Taylor Fredrickson 4, Chloe Hagle 4, Cayla Maitlen 3, Breanna Wallace 2. Rebounds — Maitlen 6, Hagle 3, MyKenna Hribal 3. Steals — Wallace 3, Hagle 2, Kiersten Latham 2.

Clarinda A (18).

Creston B (8) — Taylor Sorrells 4, Jordan Moreland 2, Breanna Wallace 2. Rebounds — Hribal 3, Victoria Borha 2, Moreland 1, Kalan Bloodgood 1.

Clarinda B (11).

7th girls

CLARINDA — Creston’s pressure defense collected 25 steals in defeating the Clarinda seventh-grade girls Monday, 53-10.

Brielle Baker had 18 points, 10 steals and six rebounds for Creston (7-0). Kesia Stewart added 13 points with four steals.

“The girls converted numerous turnovers into fast break baskets with some of our best transition passing of the season,” Creston coach Larry Peterson said. “When they play with energy, this is a fun group to watch. But we’ll have to limit our own turnovers against a Winterset team Thursday that played us within eight points earlier this season.”

Creston also won the second game, 9-3. Grace Root scored four points for Creston.

Creston A (53) — Brielle Baker 18, Kesia Stewart 13, Taylor Buxton 6, Saige Rice 6, Megan Haley 4, Grace Root 4, Jesse Vicker 2. Rebounds — Baker 6, Buxton 6, Haley 4, Stewart 2, Rice 2. Steals — Baker 10, Stewart 4, Vicker 3.

Clarinda A (10) — Darrah Gray 6, Brett Samuelson 2, Jana Dow 2.

Creston B (9) — Grace Root 4, Jesse Vicker 3, Devon Buls 2. Rebounds — Emma Pingree 4, Buls 3. Steals — Vicker 4.

Clarinda B (3) — Bryn Morgenstern 3.

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