By Jon Swisher-Sports Director:
The 2nd annual WaMaC Conference High School Bowling Tournament was held Saturday afternoon in Vinton. The West Delaware Boys were led by Jim Shover who tied for 3rd and Alex Schnieders who tied for 5th. The Hawks as a team finish 2nd overall. Hannah Axline was the conference champ with a 404, Lorna Niedert came in 6th for the girls who as a team placed 4th.
State Qualifying meets for bowling around the state will be held on Tuesday.
The high school girls basketball postseason resumed on Saturday night and saw three KMCH coverage area schools continue their seasons with wins.
Anamosa beat Beckman at home 41-28, the Lady Raiders will meet WaMaC East divison foe Mount Vernon Wednesday night in Anamosa, a game you can hear from KMCH Sports. The Mustangs ended the WD Hawks campaign at 5-17 with a 42-26 victory in Mt. Vernon. Starmont wrapped up their season with a 56-25 loss to Sumner Fredericksburg who will face Tuesday night in Delhi, which can be heard live on KMCH and KMCH.com. East Buchanan beat Lisbon handily 73-43, the Buccaneers will head to Cascade to face the top-ten ranked Cougars Tuesday night. The Monticello Panthers hammered Solon 73-46, they will have another home contest, hosting Vinton-Shellsburg Wednesday evening.
Tonight, Class 1A and 2A Boys Basketball starts up District play. Only two area coverag teams will be in play and KMCH will have coverage from both of those sites live on KMCH and KMCH.com.
The first game features Class 1A, 3-17 East against 4-15 Clayton Ridge in Guttenburg. Kevin Schuchmann will have the call starting around 6:55 for the 7pm slated tip.
In 2A, Sports Director Jon Swisher and Bill Logan will be in Monticello as the 10-11 Panthers host 6-15 North Cedar.
Monticello 19th-year head coach Tim Lambert talks about his squads regular season:
Lambert talks about their opponent who they beat twice in regular season play led by veteran head coach Scott Jackson:
That contest will get underway around 8pm and will be joined in progress after our first game.