Kansas City bested New England in Monday night football 41-14.
Jamal Charles had three touchdowns. Alex Smith had three touchdown passes.
Both teams are now 2-2. That concludes week four of the season.
The Kansas City Royals will host the Oakland A's in a one game playoff
tomorrow night at the K in Kansas City. Play ball is 7:07 p-m.
The Royals will send out their ace in James Shields to go against
Jon Lester of the A's. The winner will play the Los Angelas Angels in the
ALDS starting Thursday.
The New York football Giants evened their season record with a win over
the Washington Redskins in Thursday night football by the score of
45-14. Eli Manning threw four touchdown passes. New York is 2-2
and Washington slipped to 1-3.
The Royals on Thursday lost to Cleveland 6-4 and Detroit beat the White Sox 6-1.
Detroit leads by two games in the standings. The Angels beat the A's 5-4 so
Kansas City maintains pace to get a wild card play off slot at this hour.
There are three high school cross country meets in the listening area today
in which area teams both boys and girls will be competing in.
The meets start at 4:30 p-m and the weather should be good for a run!
The Marshalltown High School volleyball team will be in action this evening.
The Bobcats will host Dowling, match time for the varsity is 7:30 p-m, the venue will
be on the campus of Marshalltown Community College.
The Marshalltown Bobcats football team will host Waukee on Friday night at
Leonard Cole Field. Airtime on KFJB for the Radio Iowa Scouting Report show
will be at 6:55 p-m, kickoff will be at 7:30 p-m. Hear the game on KFJB or via streaming
audio at 1230kfjb.com.
The Iowa Hawks after beating Pitt 24-20 hope the naysayers will be off their
backs at least temporarily as they set their sites on a road game with Purdue
Saturday. Iowa is 3-1. Airtime for the game will be nine a-m and the kick off
will be 11-am on News Talk 1230 KFJB.
The Kansas City Chiefs went on the road to Miami and came away with their first
win of the season 34-15 on Sunday.
The Chiefs are now 1-2 while Miami slipped to 1-2.
Kansas City will host the New England Patriots Sunday. The Patriotsare 2-1.
The Marshalltown High School Boys Golf team beath Mason City Thursday by the
score of 165-171. The match was played at the Elmwood Country Club.
MHS is hosting the Joe August Invite with a tee time of ten a-m today.
Kansas City beat the White Sox last night at home at the "K" in Kansas City 6-2.
At the same the Twins beat Detroit 8-4, in doing so the Royals pulled within a half game
of the Tigers in A-L Central standings both teams are idle today and resume
action on Friday.
The Marshalltown Community College Volleyball team beat Iowa Lakes Wednesday
night in a five game thriller, 25-20, 19-25, 25-19, 16-25 and 15-13. The Tigers are on a
four game win streak and have a record of 5-8. They travel to Hutchinson Kansas
for a tournament and play next on Friday.
The Marshalltown Speedway will be hosting an event called the World Nationals
Thursday, Friday and Saturday. The event features modfied race cars which are
very popular and other categories of race cars.
The Chicago Cubs shut out the Reds last night at Wrigley Field 7-0.
Pitcher Jake Arieta threw a 1 hit shut out and struck out 13 in going
the distance. The Cubs won their 67th game of the year, they have won
The Marshalltown Community College mens soccer team won in overtime
on the road Tuesday. The score was one to nil over Iowa Lakes Community
College at Estherville. The winning goal for the Tigers was scored by Celes Vilar
seven minutes into the extra frame. The Tigers are 2-2 in conference play, 4-4
The Marshalltown Community College mens soccer team is on a road trip today.
The Tigers travel to Estherville anda date with Iowa Lakes Community College.
The match kicks off at four p-m. Thier opponents are called the Lakers.
Grinnell won both the boys and girls portions of the South Tama Cross Country
invite contested on Monday. Amongst the boys East Marshall finished 2nd while
in the girls competition West Marshall finished 2nd.
Philadelphia Eagle Quarterback Nick Foles threw a tieing touchdown and set up a
game winning field goal as his team beat the Indianapolis Colts Monday night 30-27.
Cody Parkey kicked a 36 yard field goal as time expired to give Philly the win.
The Eagles are 2-0, the Colts are 0-2.
The Grand View University football team will be in action this Saturday afternoon
at home in Des Moines. The Vikings under coach Mike Woodley, off to a 1-0 start
will play Marian Indiana at Duke Williams Stadium in Des Moines. Kick off time
will be one p-m.
The Marshalltown Bobcats High School Football team will play Ames this
upcoming Friday night at Ames. The Bobcats lost on the road at Ottumwa
this past Friday night 22-16 in overtime while Ames won on the road at City
High of Iowa City 44-20. MHS is 1-2 while the Little Cyclones are 2-1.
Airtime for the Radio Iowa Scouting Report program is 6:55 p-m, kickoff will
be at 7:30 pm. Hear the game on a-m 1230 KFJB, or streaming around the
world at 1230kfjb.com.
After winning a tight football game against Iowa in Iowa City, 20-17 Iowa State has some
time to savor their victory. Iowa State is idle this Saturday but must prepare for a home
date against Baylor a top ten team on September 27th. The Cyclones are 1-2 on the year.
In Kansas City the Royals lost at home to Boston 6-3. Kansas City saw their lead
over Detroit in the American League Central shrink to half a game. Kansas City
plays Boston again tonight, Detroit plays Cleveland.
The Kansas City Royals on Thursday shut out the Detroit Tigers at Comerica
Field 3-0. They took one game out of a three game set. The Royals lead the
divisional race by a game. James Shields won his 14th game for Kansas City.
The Marshalltown Community College men`s soccer team won at Indian Hills
on Wednesday by the score of 6-2. Sophomore Juan Carillo scored two goals
and assisted on two others. The Tigers improved to 3-3 overall and 1-1 in conference
The Cubs lost to Toronto 9-2, Detroit beat the Royals 4-2 and tied up the race in the
American League Central Division, the Reds beat the Cards 9-5, the Twins beat Cleveland
4-3, and Oakland beat the White Sox 11-2.
The Marshalltown Community College Tigers volleyball team lost on the road
in a trip to Ottumwa and playing Indian Hills Community College.
The scores were 25-12, 25-20 and 25-22. MCC is now 1-6 on the season.
The baseball beat goes on today: the Royals take on Detroit in the Motor City trying to hang on to a divisional lead which is down to one game, the Cards take on the Reds as Saint Louis is playing its best ball of the year at the right time it seems, theCubs continue an
interleague series at Toronto, the White Sox host the A's in Chi town and the Twins
play at divisional foe Cleveland.
The Detroit Tigers beat Kansas City on Monday by the score of 9-5, they pulled within
a game of the Royals in the divisional race in doing so.
Other games of interest saw Toronto beat the Cubs 8-0, the Cardinals beat the Reds 5-0, and the White Sox beat the A's in 12 innings 5-4.
A doubleheader of football wrapped up week one of the NFL's season. Detroit beat the New York Giants 35-14 and Arizona shaded San Diego 18-17. The season picks up again Thursday as Pitttsburg plays Baltimore.
The Marshalltown Bobcats football team will take on Ottumwa on the road
Friday night. Marshalltown takes a 1-1 record into the game.
Airtime will be 6:55 p-m for the Radio Iowa Scouting Report show and kick
off will be at 7:30. The game can be heard on KFJB and also via streaming audio
The Saint Louis Cardinals on Sunday widened their lead over the Brewers by taking a 9-1
decision at Milwaukee. Adam Wainwright picked up his 17th win in doing so.
Pittsburg moved past Milwaukee into 2nd place in the NL Central.
The Cards open up a series on the road versus the Reds tonight.
The Minnesota Viking are atop their divisional standings the NFC north after a 34-6 pasting
of the Saint Louis Rams in week number one. The Bears lost to the Bills 23-20 in overtime, the Pack lost to Seattle 36-16 and Detroit takes on the Giants tonight.
Three games were played in the state of Iowa Thursday night as a begining to week
two of the high school football season: Cedar Rapids Xavier beat Davenport Assumption 30-6, Cedar Rapids Washington beat cross town foe Cedar Rapids Kennedy 41-7 andSioux City North beat Fort Dodge 36-29.
The Chicago Cubs are in action this afternoon at the friendly confines of Wrigley
Field against the Pirates of Pittsburg. Play ball is 1:20 p-m. The Cubs have their sights
set on getting out of last place in the National League Central while the Pirates want to
stay alive in the chase for playoff possibilities.
Cedar Rapids edged Burlington 2-1 in the Midwest League playoffs Thursday
night to even their brief playoff series up at one game apiece.
The deciding game three will be Friday night at Burlington. Play ball
is 6:30 p-m.
The Saint Louis Cardinals beat Milwaukee Thursday night 3-2 at Milwaukee, Yadier Molina had two ribi and Kolten Wong one. The Brewers have lost nine straight, the Cards lead in the National League Central Division is now four games.
Marshalltown Community Colleges volleyball team lost a hard fought match to
Northeast Community College at the Student Center on the MCC campus
Thursday night. the scores were 20-25, 25-17, 21-25, 25-20, and 11-15.
The Cardinals open up a road series at Milwaukee this evening against the Brewers.
Saint Louis has widened its lead over the Brewers to thre games after Milwaukee lost to the
Chicago Cubs 6-2 Wednesday night and lost their eightth straight.Michael Wacha pitches for Saint Louis against Wily Peralta of the Brew crew who is a 15 game winner.
Burlington shut out Cedar Rapids Wednesday night in game one of a best two out of three playoff series at Cedar Rapids 2-0. The Bees lead the series 1-0 and game two is tonight in Burlington at Community Field there. Play ball is 6:30 p-m.
There will be Junior College Volleyball at Marshalltown Community College tonight.
Des Moines Area Community College takes on Marshalltown Community College
at the Student Center on Campus, match time is seven p-m.
The Marshalltown High School Volleyball team beat Waukee at home Tuesday in a match conteested at Marshalltown Community College. The scores were 25-18, 25-23, and 25-20.
The Bobcats are 3-0 on the season, the match was at MCC due to work going onat the
Roundhouse on the MHS campus.
The Marshalltown High School Volleyball team will be in action this evening.
The team will host Waukee and the match will be contested at the Student
Center at Marshalltown Community College because of the work going on
at the Roundhouse. Match time will be 7:30 p-m.
The Marshalltown Community College Soccer team beat Carl Sandburg Community
College 6-1 in their latest outing which was on the road. Juan Carillo scored three goals
for the Tigers who improved to 2-2 on the season.
Marshalltown's High School Football team will take on Newton at home this Friday night
at Leonard Cole Field at Marshalltown at 7:30 p-m.
The Cats are 1-0 following a 31-0 win over Waterloo East at home last Friday night.