IHSAA Bulletin: Spring 2021

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IHSAA Bulletin Spring 2021, Bulletin No. 595

In This Issue Board, Staff..................................................1

IOWA HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION

Member of National Federation of State High School Associations (515) 432-2011  1605 S. Story Street, P.O. Box 10, Boone, IA  50036-0010

Important Dates........................................ 3 News: Family Week, Archives................ 5 Officials Awards........................................ 6 Governor’s Scholar...................................8 Recap: Fall Golf....................................... 13 Recap: Cross Country............................ 14 Recap: Football....................................... 16

IOWA HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION PURPOSE To promote, develop, direct, protect, and regulate amateur interscholastic athletic relationships between member schools and to stimulate fair play, friendly rivalry, and good sportsmanship among contestants, schools, and communities throughout the state.

Recap: Swimming................................... 19 Recap: Wrestling.....................................20 Recap: Bowling........................................23 Recap: Basketball...................................24 Classifications: Spring 2021.................26 BEDS: Numerical.....................................32 BEDS: Alphabetical................................34 Ejection Reports......................................36 Academic Achievement.........................38 Board Minutes.........................................43

Inside this Bulletin... Family Week, P. 5 The IHSAA and IGHSAU have an upcoming “Fam-

ily Week” as a non-contact period in the Unified Activities calendar for the first time in 2020-21. The first Family Week runs from Sunday, July 25 through Sunday, August 1.

Governor’s Scholar, P. 8 The annual ceremony celebrating 424 of Iowa’s highest academically achieving high school seniors was back in person on April 25 in Des Moines. A full list of honorees from each member school is available.

Seasonal Recaps, P. 13 Results and state tournament reviews from the fall and winter sports seasons. Includes fall golf, cross country, football, swimming, wrestling, bowling, and basketball championships.

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Board of Control

Representative Council A AA

Barb Schwamman Osage Chairperson

Brent Cook Dubuque, Senior Vice-Chairperson

Dave Wiebers Denison-Schleswig Treasurer

A AA A AA

Steve Pettit Southeast Polk

Deron Durflinger Van Meter

Dr. Andy Crozier Central Lee

Amanda Whaley IASB

Dr. Rod Earleywine Sergeant Bluff-Luton

Dr. Ann Lebo Dept. of Education

Eight voting members and one non-voting member comprise the IHSAA’s Board of Control, which has general supervision over all athletic contests of Association schools and interprets Association rules.

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Central District Rob Luther, principal, Baxter Seth Poldberg, principal, North Polk, Alleman Justin Stockdale, superintendent, Dike-New Hartford Jess Toliver, superintendent, Eagle Grove Erik Garnass, principal, Bondurant-Farrar Northeast District Lynn Baldus, principal, Saint Ansgar Dale Crozier, superintendent, MFL MarMac Mike Crozier, superintendent, Northwood-Kensett Doug Gee, superintendent, Clear Lake Jeff Gustason, principal, Linn-Mar, Marion Northwest District Jason Engleman, principal, Central Lyon, Rock Rapids Marty Fonley, superintendent, West Monona Kevin Wood, superintendent, Sioux Central, Sioux Rapids Jon Wiebers, superintendent, Ridge View Steve Webner, superintendent, LeMars Southeast District Kevin Crall, superintendent, Albia Ken Crawford, superintendent, Highland, Riverside Dan Maeder, superintendent, Davis County George Pickup, principal, Central DeWitt Joe Stutting, superintendent, North Scott, Eldridge Southwest District Chris Fenster, superintendent, Southwest Valley Bill Huntington, principal, Mount Ayr Trevor Miller, superintendent, Exira/Elk Horn-Kimballton Tom Wood, superintendent, Martensdale-St. Marys Chris Basinger, principal, Norwalk

The IHSAA’s Representative Council formulates the aims and policies of the Association for the ensuing year and has the power to initiate amendments and new rules for the executive director to submit to the electorate.

IHSAA Staff

Tom Keating Executive Director

Todd Tharp Assistant Director

Chad Elsberry Assistant Director

Jared Chizek Assistant Director

Laura Brooker, Assistant to the Director of Officials — Chelsea Clark, Administrative Assistant Chris Cuellar, Communications Director — Lewie Curtis, Director of Officials Elisa Kahler, Office Manager — Tim Latta, Print Specialist — Kim Mechura, Administrative Assistant Jessica Morgan, Director of Finance — Cassie Smith Britton, Administrative Assistant

IOWA HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION PURPOSE To promote, develop, direct, protect, and regulate amateur interscholastic athletic relationships between member schools and to stimulate fair play, friendly rivalry, and good sportsmanship among contestants, schools, and communities throughout the state. Spring 2021

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IHSAA calendar

Important dates: Spring 2021 TRACK & FIELD First Practice March 1 First Competition March 8 State Qualifying Meets May 13 State Meet — At Drake Stadium, Des Moines May 20-22

GOLF (CLASSES 3A, 2A, 1A) First Practice March 15 First Competition March 29 Sectional Meets May 14 District Meets May 21 State Meet — May 27-28 Class 3A: Elmwood Country Club, Marshalltown Class 2A: Lakeside Golf Course, Fort Dodge Class 1A: Westwood Golf Course, Newton

TENNIS First Practice March 15 First Competition March 29 District Meets: Singles & Doubles May 12 Substate Meets: Team May 15 & May 22 State Meet: Singles & Doubles May 28-29 State Meet: Team June 1

SOCCER First Practice March 15 First Competition April 1 Postseason Lead-Up May 20, 24, 26 State Tournament — At Cownie Soccer Park, Des Moines June 1, 3, 5

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IHSAA news

IHSAA, IGHSAU introduce Family Week in 2021

Updated release from April 12, 2021

The Iowa High School Athletic Association and Iowa Girls High School Athletic Union have an upcoming “Family Week” appearing in Iowa’s Unified Activity Federation calendar for the first time in 2020-21. This week will prohibit any coach and/or teacher contact with student-athletes and prohibits any IHSAA or IGHSAU event from occurring. This non-contact period will run from Sunday, July 25, 2021 through Sunday, August 1, 2021. Those dates have been approved and listed on the Unified Activity Calendar There can be no athletic activities within IHSAA and throughout the 2020-21 athletic year, and they coincide with IGHSAU member schools during that week. All high school week 3 and week 4 of the NFHS calendar. students, including incoming ninth graders, are covered “Both the IHSAA and IGHSAU strongly support the under the non-contact period. Contact with coaches is not to introduction of ‘Family Week’ into our schedules,” IHSAA occur on or off school premises. The use of school facilities is executive director Tom Keating said. prohibited during the eight-day period. “This will provide a built-in break for everyone involved in In summary: No intentional or scheduled contact between Iowa high school athletics — participants, parents, coaches, any student-athlete and coach from their school at any place, officials, and school administrators – and an opportunity to at any time, and for any purpose during the prohibited period. prioritize family, friends, rest, and activities away from sports,” Iowa’s Unified Activity Federation is comprised of the Iowa IGHSAU executive director Jean Berger said. High School Athletic Association, the Iowa Girls High School The IHSAA’s 2021 state baseball tournament will be Athletic Union, the Iowa High School Music Association, and exempt from this year’s non-contact period. Future state the Iowa High School Speech Association. baseball tournaments will have updated schedules to allow for the off week before the start of the next athletic year.

Archives: Seeking IHSAA state tournament programs Updated release from March 26, 2021

If you have a printed copy of a state tournament or state championship program from any of the sports and years Do you have old IHSAA listed below, please consider sharing it with the IHSAA for souvenir state championship archiving. Certain sports and years may not have had official programs at home or in state tournament programs printed, so we’ll welcome any considerations or questions. We do require a physical copy of storage? We need your help! the printed program for this archive. The IHSAA is working How You Can Help: to digitize printed archives • Go to the History & Awards page at www.iahsaa.org. so that the proud history of Iowa high school sports • Click the Archiving Information button at the top. is preserved for everyone, • See the sports and years requested below. everywhere. Postseason • Check your collections for printed copies. Summary Books from their • Complete the form if you are interested in assisting. entire published run (1967 to 2005) were posted in November • Await contact from the IHSAA on program sharing. • IHSAA will coordinate shipping and return arrangements. 2020 via ArcaSearch. Now, the IHSAA is attempting to digitally archive The IHSAA expects to have currently available programs state tournament programs. Our office archive is currently digitized and available for public viewing and downloading by incomplete. the end of 2021. Spring 2021

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2021 honors for IHSAA officials

IHSAA NEWS

Updated release from April 30, 2021

2020-21 school year as they have been essential partners in BOONE, Iowa – The Iowa High School Athletic Association putting activities back in action here in Iowa,” IHSAA executive is proud to honor 162 game officials for the 2021 edition of its director Tom Keating said. The complete list is available below and features 12 annual officials’ awards program which represents years of service, aspiring new officials, and state sport officials of the officials receiving awards for 50 years of service, five regional Aspiring New Official honorees, and this year’s NFHS Section year. Through 2019, the IHSAA presented these awards at an IV Distinguished Active Official selection, Pete Peterson of annual banquet in Des Moines. The ceremony has not been Urbandale. Also recognized were 15 registered officials with 35 years held the last two years due to COVID-19 considerations, and award-winning officials will receive their honors through of service, 39 with 25 years, and 75 completing 15 years, plus the NFHS Officials Association’s official of the year by sport. mailings from the IHSAA. “We’re always proud of how our officials serve their communities, students, and sports, but especially so in the

2021 IHSAA Officials Awards & Recognition NFHS Section IV Distinguished Active Official Pete Peterson, Urbandale

Aspiring New Officials Name, Current City - Region Brianne Byerly, Fayette – Northeast Joe Fontenot, Stanwood – Southeast Casey Pelzer, Atlantic – Southwest Blake Reinke, Spirit Lake – Northwest Raun Taylor, Des Moines – Central

NFHS State Officials of the Year Name, Current City -- Sport Curt Anderson, Paullina – Girls’ Track & Field Michael Burke, Bettendorf – Wrestling Marshall Cotton, Mount Pleasant – Boys’ Basketball Kelly Dunbar, Marshalltown – Girls’ Soccer David Foltz, Rock Rapids – Football Jay Grassley, Cedar Falls – Volleyball Kris Groff, Mapleton – Softball Roger Johnson, North Liberty – Baseball Michelle Koller, Kalona – Girls’ Swimming

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Chuck Northrup, Dubuque – Boys’ Swimming Al Robson, Scranton – Girls' Cross Country Jason Slaughter, Sioux City – Girls’ Basketball Kevin Stapleford, Des Moines – Boys’ Soccer Tim Thomas, Ames – Boys’ Cross Country Joe Toot, Nevada – Boys’ Track & Field

50 Year Honorees Name, Current City Lee Brecht, Carlisle Kenneth Carlson , Ankeny Tom Claude, Algona Kurt Harthoorn, Sully Paul Honnold, Clarinda Howard Johnson, Altoona Paul Lorber, New London Bob Neswold, Windsor Heights Francis Olson, West Union Michael Pauly, Urbandale David Suntken, Clear Lake Bob Sweeney, Atlantic

35 Year Honorees Name, Current City Mike Anderson, Clarinda Greg Becker, Waterloo Brian D. Cohen, Robins

Clayton Fjerstad, Lytton Joel Grabinoski, Armstrong Jerry Hartman, Creston Patrick Knobbe, Iowa City James MacLean, West Des Moines Kirk Park, Wyoming Todd Parker, Oskaloosa Dennis Perry, Essex Keith Poolman, Clarion Dennis “Bud” Schroeder, Bellevue Kevin Van Otterloo, Eagle Grove Terry Weisenborn, Exira

25 Year Honorees Name, Current City Louis Agocs, Clive Jim Albertson, Marion Shawn Angell, Grand Junction Doug Arrowsmith, Ankeny Tom Bice, Fort Dodge Ronnie Blocklinger, Cedar Rapids Timothy Blum, Council Bluffs Robert Breckenridge, Ottumwa Michael Burke, Bettendorf Catherine Creighton, Urbandale Dave Cusick, Iowa City Pat Dolphin , Ames Dale J. Ernst, Bellevue Mark Fuhrman, Paullina Christopher Girres, Council Bluffs Jesse Grote, Boone Dennis Hammel, Fairfield Jesse Henderson, Waterloo

Ted Henderson, Bloomfield Marty Hermsen, Albia Ronald Knoche, Iowa City Michael Lawler, Nevada Randy Link, Dubuque Claude Manning, Waterloo Richard Matzen, Camanche Chris Meinecke, Maquoketa Brian Meyer, Pomeroy Brian Motley, North Liberty Kim Patik, Swisher Mark Shaffer, Clinton Chad Shellmyer, Urbandale Justin Stockdale, Dike Tracy Stone, Ely Brad Thiel, Cedar Rapids Monte Tilgner, Orange City Dave Ullom, Estherville Chad Vogelgesang, Danville Mark Warth, Mediapolis Mark Wetz, Dakota Dunes, S.D.

15 Year Honorees Name, Current City Antonio Aguilar, Columbus Junction Kyle Akers, Cedar Rapids Steve Allman, Van Horne Jake Anderson, Hull Joshua Baxter, Carlisle Benjamin Bergman, Clear Lake Greg Best, Cedar Rapids Matt Bird, Clarinda Travis Birkey, Algona IHSAA Bulletin


IHSAA NEWS Officials Awards Wayde Blumhardt, Waterloo Joshua Boyles, Davenport Mark Breitbach, Dyersville Dean Burger , Sioux City Luis Cacho, Muscatine Darwin Carstensen, Marion Aaron Christians, Sioux City Kyle Clark, Waterloo Jeffrey W Cook, Cedar Rapids Denny Dingel, Rockford Jordan Dinkla, Guthrie Center Daniel Dyrland, Ely Rod Foutch, Missouri Valley Dennis Frye, West Des Moines Chad Geerdes, Rock Rapids Eric Gilson, Boone Wade Harriman, Holstein

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Joel Harthoorn, Sully Robert Hauenstein , Mediapolis Sean Helton, DeWitt Rob Hoerner, Epworth Chris Holstun, Waverly Brad Johnson, Marion Don Juan Johnson, Ankeny Chris Kangas, Waverly Donnie Kenkel , Portsmouth Dean Kirkpatrick, Des Moines Andrew Koehn, Tiffin Tony Kury, Centerville Brandt Lacey, Iowa Falls Mick Langguth, Tiffin Andrew May, Cedar Rapids Patrick McAvan, Fairfield Adam Mickelson, Odebolt

Matthew Miller, Davenport Matt Nost, Solon James O’Connor, LeClaire Mark Odor, Coralville John Parsons, Ankeny Craig Pauley, Stuart Joseph Paulsen, Norwalk Trent Payne, Cedar Falls Nathan Pick, Huxley Martin Pontier, Pleasant Hill Jim Poppema, Orange City Rick Powell, Logan Paul Presson, Clinton James Prouty, Oelwein Jared Rahe, Lake Park Brian Ranum, Davenport Michael Reindl, Northwood

Chester Rice, West Des Moines J.P. Richardson, Newton Mike Schmidt, Dysart David Slechta , Carroll Linda Sones, Quimby Bob Squiers, Iowa City Shea Stamp, Mount Vernon Scott Starr, Wellsburg Brent Swart, Spencer Dale Tokheim, Schaller Aaron Valley, Altoona Mike Wedge, Sibley Rusty Wintermote , Carroll Adam Wuestewald, Norwalk Billy Yuska, Palo

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Governor’s Scholar in-person again in April DES MOINES, Iowa – Hundreds of Iowa's highest academically achieving high school seniors were honored on Sunday, April 25 at Hy-Vee Hall in downtown Des Moines for the 19th annual Governor's Scholar recognition ceremony. The Governor’s office, the Iowa High School Athletic Association, and the Iowa Farm Bureau team up to present this program each year. Governor Kim Reynolds and Lt. Governor Adam Gregg hosted the event and addressed an audience that included more than 300 of the 424 students and their two selected family members or supporters at a socially-distanced event. percent of the group were active participants in extracurricular The seniors were selected by their high schools as activities at their high schools, including athletics, fine arts, outstanding academic representatives, and more than 99 and more.

2021 Iowa Governor's Scholar Selections School (A-Z)

Student Name

School (A-Z)

Student Name

ACGC ADM, Adel AGWSR, Ackley AHSTW, Avoca Akron-Westfield Albia Alburnett Algona Alta-Aurelia Ames Ames Anamosa Ankeny Ankeny Ankeny Centennial Ankeny Centennial Ankeny Christian Academy Aplington-Parkersburg Ar-We-Va, Westside Assumption, Davenport Atlantic Audubon Ballard Baxter BCLUW, Conrad Beckman Catholic, Dyersville Bedford Belle Plaine Bellevue Belmond-Klemme Benton Community Bettendorf Bettendorf BGM, Brooklyn Bishop Garrigan, Algona Bishop Heelan Catholic, Sioux City Bondurant-Farrar Bondurant-Farrar

Audrey Stowe Phillip Annear Benjamin Macy Kailey Jones Natalie Toben Brock Ratliff Shane Neighbor Ava Roach Matthew Cummins Rachel Rosacker Nao Furukawa Kelsey Scofield Wyatt Eason Corinne Bovee Allison Su Lawrence Deng Keenan Jacobs Matthew Birch Bridget Cameron Matthew Tallman Alexander Somers Anna Campbell Alexander Upah Janette Gowdy Emma Hoveland Tyler Salrin Samuel Bredensteiner Macy Morrow Teresa Paulsen Benjamin Blumer Macy Schanbacher Sophia Utsinger Noah Rantilla Joseph Kasal Abbigail Heying Mary Catherine Fitzsimmons Rylie Anderson Addison Ehlers

Boone Boone Boyden-Hull Boyer Valley, Dunlap Burlington Burlington Calamus-Wheatland CAM, Anita Camanche Cardinal, Eldon Carlisle Carlisle Carroll Cascade, Western Dubuque Cedar Falls Cedar Falls Cedar Rapids, Jefferson Cedar Rapids, Jefferson Cedar Rapids, Kennedy Cedar Rapids, Kennedy Cedar Rapids, Washington Cedar Rapids, Washington Cedar Valley Christian Center Point-Urbana Centerville Central City Central Decatur, Leon Central DeWitt Central Lee, Donnellson Central Lyon, Rock Rapids Central Springs Central, Elkader Chariton Charles City Cherokee, Washington Clarinda Clarion-Goldfield-Dows Clarke, Osceola

Catherine Pollard Collin Byrd Caitlyn Beyer Sarah Lantz Subrahmanyam Mullangi Hannah Hentzel Anne Tulley Mallarie Peach Isabella Sager Lindsey Wilcox Ava Zaugg Carley Deery Charles Teggatz Rachel Rhomberg Ian Lewis Elizabeth Shatek Maddison Bulman Kyle Lassen Allison Hubbel Emily Fusselman Henry Lin Elise Fashimpaur Phuong Tran Luke Post Isabella Willier Emma Fritcher Carlee Hamilton Isaac Blandin Daniel Wilkerson Luke Rasmussen Hannah Lanphere Maci Kluesner Mikayla McCurdy Camryn (Kiki) Connell Grace Anderson Crew Howard Emma Keller Emma Bolton

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STUDENT SERVICES Governor’s Scholar School (A-Z)

Student Name

Clarksville Grace Litterer Clayton Ridge, Guttenberg Abby Gaul Clear Creek-Amana Brandon Barker Clear Creek-Amana Alex Barloon Clear Lake Gretchen Guetzlaff Clinton Michelle Powell Clinton Joseph Simpson Colfax-Mingo Tanner Smith Collins-Maxwell Hannah Sievert Colo-Nesco Emma Wilson Columbus Catholic, Waterloo Carmen Ortiz Columbus Community, Columbus Jct. Owen Watson Coon Rapids-Bayard Cassidy Baker Council Bluffs, Abraham Lincoln Daniel Fitch Council Bluffs, Abraham Lincoln Rolando Martinez-Rico Council Bluffs, Thomas Jefferson Julia Nightser Council Bluffs, Thomas Jefferson Cassidy Powell Creston Brance Baker Crestwood, Cresco Kaitlyn Loden Dallas Center-Grimes Alex Thomas Dallas Center-Grimes Grant Harbaugh Danville Style Haeffner Davenport, Central Winiboya Aboyure Davenport, Central La Della Gallagher Davenport, North Quincy Wiseman Davenport, North Sophia Heller Davenport, West Luke Loving Davenport, West Dustin Cornelison Davis County, Bloomfield Kenneth Cronin Decorah Noah Lovelace Denison-Schleswig Hannah Neemann Denison-Schleswig Parker Bekkerus Denver Rachel Hennessy Des Moines Christian Alexandra Bryant Des Moines, Abraham Lincoln Tiffani Nguyen Des Moines, Abraham Lincoln Natalie Gonzalez Des Moines, East William Chhim Des Moines, East Marissa Thompson Des Moines, Hoover Joshua Schilling Des Moines, Hoover Aviva Jotzke Des Moines, North Patricia Lazo-Chavez Des Moines, North Alexander Alvarado Des Moines, Roosevelt Noah Anderson Des Moines, Roosevelt Greta Lelwica Diagonal Haley Plowman Dike-New Hartford Lindsey Fischer Don Bosco, Gilbertville Lauren Kimball Dowling Catholic, West Des Moines Emily Ball Dowling Catholic, West Des Moines Jude Borromeo Dubuque, Hempstead Samantha Fish Dubuque, Hempstead Kunal Chugh Dubuque, Senior Jillian Manternach Dubuque, Senior Lillian Schmidt Dunkerton Carter Michels Durant Keagen Head Eagle Grove Elizabeth Hogrefe Earlham Kirsten Boyle East Buchanan, Winthrop Hannah McMurrin Spring 2021

School (A-Z)

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East Marshall, LeGrand East Mills East Sac County East Union, Afton Eddyville-Blakesburg-Fremont Edgewood-Colesburg Emmetsburg English Valleys, North English Epworth, Western Dubuque Epworth, Western Dubuque Essex Estherville Lincoln Central Exira/Elk Horn-Kimballton Fairfield Forest City Fort Dodge Fort Dodge Fort Madison Fremont-Mills, Tabor Garner-Hayfield-Ventura Gehlen Catholic, LeMars George-Little Rock Gilbert Gladbrook-Reinbeck Glenwood Glidden-Ralston GMG, Garwin Graettinger-Terril Grand View Christian School Greene County Grinnell Griswold Grundy Center Hampton-Dumont-CAL Harlan Community Harris-Lake Park Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn Heartland Christian Highland, Riverside Hillcrest Academy Hinton HLV, Victor Holy Trinity Catholic, Fort Madison Hudson Humboldt IKM-Manning Independence Indianola Indianola Interstate 35, Truro Iowa City, City High Iowa City, City High Iowa City, Liberty Iowa City, Liberty Iowa City, West Iowa City, West Iowa Falls-Alden Iowa School for the Deaf

Wesley Hamor Jackson Wray Bailey Wollesen Kanyon Huntington Brooke Shafer Carson Kirby Abbie Schany Clara Mews Ashley Auderer Delaney Behning Kendall Nelson Emma Ross Imagen Gessert Claire Epperson Devin Alamsya Josh Meier Gracie Miller Ethan Deacon Karigan Pries Brandon Englin Abby Ruhland Mackensie Irene Post Anthony Terrones Maia McLean Madeline Becker Karter Kennebeck Angel Schewe Mercedes DePyper Kaden Woodbury Kendall Fecher Payal Patel Hunter Jackson Ella Hommel Benjamin Sauke Jack Klitgaard Zoe Melby Gabe Bronstad Morgan Beckner Isaac Black Aidan Yoder Jacob Vaught Anastacia Andrews Ava Peitz Abigail Peet Aneisha Sritharan Liam Carter Jazlyn Smith Karley Smith Peyton Christensen Summer Pasutti Keith Friestad Mark Vibhakar Ira Hazeltine Caleb Schillinger Lucy Westemeyer Dominic Rutkowski Ellie Meyer Travin Nipper

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STUDENT SERVICES Governor’s Scholar School (A-Z)

Iowa Valley, Marengo Isaac Newton Christian Academy Janesville Jesup Johnston Johnston Kee, Lansing Keokuk Keota Kingsley-Pierson Knoxville Kuemper Catholic, Carroll Lake Mills Lamoni Lawton-Bronson LeMars LeMars Lenox Lewis Central Lewis Central Linn-Mar, Marion Linn-Mar, Marion Lisbon Logan-Magnolia Lone Tree Louisa-Muscatine Lynnville-Sully Madrid Maharishi School Manson Northwest Webster Maquoketa Maquoketa Valley, Delhi Marion Marion Marquette Catholic, Bellevue Marshalltown Marshalltown Martensdale-St. Marys Mason City Mason City Mediapolis Melcher-Dallas Meskwaki Settlement School MFL MarMac Midland, Wyoming Mid-Prairie, Wellman Missouri Valley MMCRU MOC-Floyd Valley Montezuma Monticello Moravia Mormon Trail, Garden Grove Morning Star Academy, Bettendorf Moulton-Udell Mount Ayr Mount Pleasant Mount Vernon

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Student Name

Sydney Benscoter Jaret Van Zee Mackenzie Bengen Samantha Yexley Karshana Kalyanaraman Julia Chen Emily Darling Keleigh Hall Sky Weber Delaney Iseminger Reilly Finarty Hannah Duncan Jack Ramaker Grace Poulton Cali Arens Ethan Hulinsky Alexander Meier Tyra Stoaks Caiden Diggs McKenna Pettepier Elizabeth Low Sudeep Gadde Paige Roos Shannon Troxel Ashley Yedlik Mallory Mashek Dylann Huyser Corey Burkhart Shristi Sharma Aubree Jones Kyler Beidler Kim Sellner Gunnar Lacy Micah Steen Carson Michels Elijah Thiessen Avery Case Derek Kleve Britta Elsbernd Aden Stroup Justyn Wyatt J’Lyn Knutson Ahnoong Xaivong Kayden Gillitzer Alyssa Streets Eryk Hovde Claire Clausen Cade Pepper Emma Haley Elliott Stockman Lauren Bader Gracie Hoffman Amanda Fogle Eliana Parks Jessica King Haylee Fletchall Cooper Pullis Jakob Hunter

School (A-Z)

Murray Muscatine Muscatine MVAOCOU Nashua-Plainfield Nevada New Hampton New London Newell-Fonda Newman Catholic, Mason City Newton Newton Nodaway Valley North Butler, Greene North Cedar, Stanwood North Fayette Valley North Iowa Christian School North Iowa, Buffalo Center North Linn, Troy Mills North Mahaska, New Sharon North Polk, Alleman North Scott, Eldridge North Scott, Eldridge North Tama, Traer North Union Northeast, Goose Lake Northwood-Kensett Norwalk Norwalk Notre Dame, Burlington OABCIG Oelwein Ogden Okoboji, Milford Orient-Macksburg Osage Oskaloosa Oskaloosa Ottumwa Ottumwa Ottumwa Christian School Panorama, Panora Paton-Churdan PCM, Monroe Pekin Pella Pella Pella Christian Perry Pleasant Valley Pleasant Valley Pleasantville Pocahontas Area Postville Prairie, Cedar Rapids Prairie, Cedar Rapids Prince of Peace Catholic, Clinton Red Oak

Student Name

Emma Decker Cassandra Larsen Noah Miller Ben Schram Lucas Pierce Bianca Sponseller Emma Ewert Maclane White Ellie Lago Angela Schutt Jacob Aldrich Natalie Forck Riley McCall Brooke Trees David Redhage Abigail Reichter Tiegan Barkema Kali Bengston Claire Wade Macy Moore Megan Birler Kaitlyn Stick-Mueller Kyle Skinner Madison Stoneking Halle Rezac Madison Martens Ruth Conlin Adam Serck Emma Soukup Molly Johnson Eric Sibenaller Isabella Lopez Amber Braniff William Alexander Zayden Rawlings Megan Henson Sophia Dykstra Rachel Robinson Hayden Short Matthew Graeve Leah Cavanaugh Emma Johnston Chloe Berns Kaeden Strum Erika Coleman Megan Shaffer Julia Smart Tessa Brouwer Kennedy Tunink Jonathan Sulgrove Cassandra Smith Hailee McCormick Aden Ford Keona Eberling Riley Coulter Andrew Bickford Anabel Blount Chloe DeVries IHSAA Bulletin


STUDENT SERVICES Governor’s Scholar School (A-Z)

Student Name

School (A-Z)

Student Name

Regina, Iowa City Riceville Ridge View River Valley, Correctionville Rivermont Collegiate, Bettendorf Riverside, Oakland Rock Valley Rockford Roland-Story, Story City Ruthven-Ayrshire Saint Ansgar Saydel Sergeant Bluff-Luton Seymour Sheldon Shenandoah Sibley-Ocheyedan Sidney Sigourney Sioux Center Sioux Central, Sioux Rapids Sioux City, East Sioux City, East Sioux City, North Sioux City, North Sioux City, West Sioux City, West Siouxland Christian Solon South Central Calhoun South Hamilton, Jewell South Hardin South O’Brien, Paullina South Page, College Springs South Tama County, Tama South Winneshiek, Calmar Southeast Polk Southeast Polk Southeast Valley, Gowrie Southeast Warren, Liberty Center Southwest Valley Spencer Spencer Spirit Lake Springville St. Albert, Council Bluffs St. Edmond, Fort Dodge St. Mary’s, Remsen St. Mary’s, Storm Lake Stanton Starmont Storm Lake Storm Lake Sumner-Fredericksburg Tipton Treynor Tri-Center, Neola Tri-County, Thornburg

Abigail Kaska Paige Lubbert Hannah Grieme Beau Todd Nathaniel Vegh Wyatt Sparr John Post Cory Marth Anna Peach Ashton Wooten Braden Powers Justin Scott Hali Brown Jade Durfey Rose Hoogers Samuel Martin Timothy Jenson Jenna Hendrix Joshua Mohr Lizzie Van Es Emma Ahrendsen Juan Fuentes Carter Vanderloo Tinh Tran Areeha Ilyas Michael Duax Colin Houts Brynn Hanson Emalyn Foster Hallee Maulsby Clay Willadsen Mary Brady Aidan Rehder Jessalee Neihart Hope Werner Celia Neuzil Luke Werthmann Bree Beyer Morgan Farnham Randolph Jimenez Tallen Myers Carly Izard Zachary Schoelerman Anna Fuelberth Rebecca Brecht Anna Schewe Grant Heldorfer Carly Ortmann Ariana Elsden Nicole Vorhies Anna Hamlett Ethan Gasner Bailey Clipperton Abby Meyer Kyley Kordick Emma Ehmke Brett McGee Megan Wedgewood

Trinity Christian High School Tripoli Turkey Valley, Jackson Junction Twin Cedars, Bussey Underwood Union, La Porte City Unity Christian, Orange City Urbandale Urbandale Valley Lutheran, Cedar Falls Valley, West Des Moines Valley, West Des Moines Van Buren County Van Meter Vinton-Shellsburg WACO, Wayland Wahlert, Dubuque Wapello Wapsie Valley, Fairbank Washington Waterloo Christian School Waterloo, East Waterloo, East Waterloo, West Waterloo, West Waukee Waukee Waukon Waverly-Shell Rock Waverly-Shell Rock Wayne, Corydon Webster City West Bend-Mallard West Branch West Burlington West Central Valley, Stuart West Central, Maynard West Delaware, Manchester West Fork, Sheffield West Hancock, Britt West Harrison, Mondamin West Liberty West Lyon, Inwood West Marshall, State Center West Monona, Onawa West Sioux, Hawarden Western Christian, Hull Westwood, Sloan Whiting Williamsburg Wilton Winfield-Mt. Union Winterset Woodbine Woodbury Central, Moville Woodward Academy Woodward-Granger Xavier, Cedar Rapids

Jenna De Jong Ethan Schellhorn Erin Busta Kade Dunkin James Brainard Tristen Prouse Tyra Hulstein Anthony Moran Katie Carver Austin Kimmerle Clara Mintzer Dorothy Junginger Kayla Livesay Tico Angel Katelyn Humiston Layne Kiefer Catherine Curtiss Lydia Fisher Dallas Wittenburg Sydney Cuddeback Phoebe Thrall Emma Schellhorn Hannah Cary Anna McNally Felicity Frisch Paige Fahrenkrug Anna Roodnitsky Bailey Shafer Aren Ashlock Tyler Orman Jaide Harvey Tavis Eklund Rachel Fehr Sylvia Skriver Shelby Ryan Grant Caltrider Marlee Squires Morgan Collier Hailey McCoy-Munger Autumn Hildebrand Maren Evans Martha Pace Kennedy Kramer Rachel Ford Garrett Heisterkamp Logan Shelby Breanna Ten Pas Cade Landon Lauryn Teel Lucas Reihman Joshua Hunter Jenna Buffington Natalie Drake Ana Vazquez-Pryor Ashley Martin Santizo Aubrey Daniel Hamell Joanne Lee

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Fall: Golf Waukee wins third straight title in 4A's first trip to DMGCC WEST DES MOINES, Iowa – The first IHSAA state golf championship contested at the prestigious Des Moines Golf & Country Club was a crowning weekend for Class 4A power Waukee in its final season with one high school varsity team. The Warriors and head coach John Kotz won their third consecutive team championship and seventh in the last 11 years with 4A's fall meet. They swept the top of the individual podium too, as senior Jack Starr and junior Brock Seiser finished first and second after 36 holes. Starr shot an even 72 on Saturday, Oct. 10, including an eagle on the 498-yard No. 9. That allowed him to hold off his teammate Seiser by one stroke, as well as 2019 medalist Dillon Burr of Linn-Mar, Marion. Waukee's last two titles have come in Coralville and Polk City, but the 2020 trophy was won closer to home at DMGCC. Waukee will split into two high schools, with the new Waukee Northwest joining Class 4A in 2021. The win gave Kotz's squad five of the last seven championships in 4A, and oddly, the last two state golf titles overall. With the cancellation of the spring 2020 season due to COVID-19 and statewide school closures, the two most recent seasons of IHSAA golf were the 2019 fall and 2020 fall campaigns. Pleasant Valley finished as team runner-up for the second time in the last three seasons, paced by three top 10 finishers in Jack Dumas, Nathan Tillman, and Jack Roemer. All three stayed under 80 for each of their rounds and fired 155 or better over the two-day event. Dumas hit five birdies in his second round to complete his high school career with a 73. Ankeny's Hunter Johnson, who finished fourth,

matched Dumas with seven total birdies across the 36 holes. Johnston's Jarred Bowser shared a 151 two-day scored with Dumas. On a weekend in which Waukee led by 15 strokes going into Day 2, Cedar Falls, Johnston, and Ankeny rounded out the top five team scores. Ames individual qualifier Sam Vertanen led the Jack Starr Waukee meet overnight after a 74 on Day 1, and finished seventh overall. He was followed by Ottumwa individual Cale Leonard in eighth. An announcement on the 2021 Class 4A state tournament site will be made following the spring meets in Class 3A, 2A, and 1A. Their events are set for Marshalltown, Fort Dodge, and Newton.

Class 4A Champion: Waukee

2020 State Fall Golf Leaderboard #

School

Class 4A Team Results

1. Waukee 2. Pleasant Valley 3. Cedar Falls 4. Johnston 5. Ankeny 6. Linn-Mar, Marion 7. Southeast Polk 8t. Xavier, Cedar Rapids 8t. Sioux City, East 10t. Ankeny Centennial 10t. Wahlert Catholic, Dubuque 12. Prairie, Cedar Rapids Spring 2021

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302 303 317 304 322 311 322 313 318 320 336 321 333 328 335 335 337 333 341 334 342 333 337 345

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605 621 633 635 638 657 661 670 670 675 675 682

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Jack Starr Brock Seiser Dillon Burr Hunter Johnson Jarred Bowser Jack Dumas Sam Vertanen Cale Leonard Nathan Tillman Jack Roemer

Class 4A Individual Medalists School

Day 1 Day 2 Total

Waukee Waukee Linn-Mar, Marion Ankeny Johnston Pleasant Valley Ames Ottumwa Pleasant Valley Pleasant Valley

75 75 75 76 76 78 74 77 79 77

72 73 75 74 75 73 77 75 75 78

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Fall: Cross Country North's first title, 3A repeats, and Madrid three-peat cap two-day meet in Fort Dodge FORT DODGE, Iowa – The 42nd year of co-ed state cross country championships saw a change in format since the meet's move to Fort Dodge as COVID-19 precautions turned the five kilometer meet into a two-day event. The adjustment bumped up qualifiying meet dates and state meet dates with Class 4A and Class 3A boys and girls competing at Lakeside Golf Course on Friday, Oct. 30, and Class 2A and Class 1A boys and girls running on Saturday, Oct. 31. Despite the changes, smaller crowds on the course, and more time between events, the top boys' and girls' runners in the state cut through the wind for an exciting meet. CLASS 4A: Sioux City, North won its first ever team and individual title in a boys' sweep thanks to coach Abdier Marrero's squad and champion Jaysen Bouwers. Bouwers was joined the award deck by teammate Will Lohr, whose fourth-place finish helped the Stars hold off twotime defending champ Dowling Catholic. The Maroons were seeking their seventh title in the last 10 years, but finished Friday as runner-up with three runners in the top 15 scores.

CLASS 2A: Caleb Shumaker finished third to pace his Tipton squad to a team championship in 2019, and followed that up on Saturday with a championship of his own. Shumaker ran clear in 16:13.2 and helped Tipton take home a runner-up trophy. The team title went to Danville/New London for the first time, logging an impressive 64 points in a crowded 2A field. Danville/New London had the second- and third-place finishers in Ty Carr and Alexander Julian leading the way to CLASS 3A: Dallas Center-Grimes repeated as team the win. champion, with time to spare from the 2019 win by just one point. Aidan Ramsey paced the Mustangs who had three of CLASS 1A: Madrid and coach Kelley Grothus won their the same scorers from last year's title. It was a repeat finish third straight team title with their lowest team score in the in the individual event as well, with ADM, Adel’s Nate Mueller three-peat. The Tigers had three runners, including runnerposting the weekend's top time and claiming his second up Clay Pehl, placing in the top 10 overall. Bellevue's Brady title in 15:28.7. Mueller finished around 20 seconds ahead Griebel won the final race of the weekend in 15:52.2, improving of Humboldt's standout Quinton Orr, who became just the his runner-up performance in 2A back in 2019. Three of the top second boys' runner ever to finish runner-up at the state four teams were West Central Conference squads, including cross country meet three times. Madrid, runner-up Earlham, and fourth-place ACGC.

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1. Sioux City, North 2. Dowling Catholic, W.D.M. 3. Cedar Falls 4. Waukee 5. Dubuque, Hempstead 6. Iowa City, Liberty 7. Prairie, Cedar Rapids 8. Iowa City, City High 9. Ankeny Centennial 10. Johnston 11. Iowa City, West 12. Pleasant Valley 13. Urbandale 14. Norwalk 15. Valley, W.D.M.

Class 3A Team

1. Dallas Center-Grimes 2. Solon 3. Carlisle 4. Pella 5. North Polk, Alleman 6. Decorah 7. Center Point-Urbana 8. Marion 9. ADM, Adel 10. LeMars 11. Wahlert Catholic, Dubuque 12. Mount Vernon/Lisbon 13. MOC-Floyd Valley 14. West Delaware, Manchester 15. Glenwood

Class 2A Team

1. Danville/New London 2. Tipton 3. Des Moines Christian 4. Western Christian, Hull 5. Davis County, Bloomfield 6. Mid-Prairie, Wellman 7. Williamsburg 8. Denver 9. Central Decatur, Leon 10. Waukon 11. Unity Christian, Orange City 12. Grundy Center/Gladbrook-Reinbeck 13. George-Little Rock/Central Lyon 14. Albia 15. North Fayette Valley

Class 1A Team

1. Madrid 2. Earlham 3. South Winneshiek, Calmar 4. ACGC 5. Bellevue 6. Maquoketa Valley, Delhi 7. Ogden 8. Hudson 9. Pekin 10. Nodaway Valley 11. East Marshall 12. St. Edmond, Fort Dodge 13. Newman Catholic, Mason City 14. Columbus Community 15. Siouxland Christian 16. Central Springs Spring 2021

Class 4A Top Individuals

75 83 86 131 137 172 183 224 243 276 280 281 295 298 393

1. Jaysen Bouwers, Sioux City, North 2. Ryan Winger, Dubuque, Hempstead 3. Jackson Heidesch, Dowling Catholic 4. Will Lohr, Sioux City, North 5. Andrew Bickford, Prairie, Cedar Rapids 6. Ford Washburn, Iowa City, City 7. Anthony Moran, Urbandale 8. Connor Kilgore, Dubuque, Senior 9. Will Ryan, Dowling Catholic 10. Joel Burris, Cedar Falls 11. Alex McKane, Iowa City, West 12. Jacob Christensen, Waukee 13. Cade Muller, Dowling Catholic 14. Vincent Hodges, Waukee 15. T.J. Tomlyanovich, Cedar Falls

87 135 149 157 161 173 200 203 218 223 239 251 261 278 287

1. Nate Mueller, ADM, Adel 2. Quinton Orr, Humboldt 3. Aidan Ramsey, Dallas Center-Grimes 4. Eli Larson, Center Point-Urbana 5. Brady Hogan, Decorah 6. Luke Post, Center Point-Urbana 7. Craig Alan Becker, Atlantic 8. Zach Sporaa, North Polk 9. Brandon Barker, Clear Creek-Amana 10. Max Sporaa, North Polk 11. Trey Gross, Harlan 12. Nathan Munshower, Wahlert 13. Shane Erb, Marion 14. Anthony Schmitz, Pella 15. Jacob Ewers, Dallas Center-Grimes

64 86 95 105 137 177 189 224 239 242 289 301 305 317 339

1. Caleb Shumaker, Tipton 2. Ty Carr, Danville/New London 3. Alexander Julian, Danville/New London 4. Carson Houg, Des Moines Christian 5. Aaron Fynaardt, Des Moines Christian 6. Tage Hulstein, Western Christian 7. Kenny Cronin, Davis County 8. Carson Shively, Davis County 9. William Gillis, Central Decatur 10. Kenny Day, GCGR 11. Dylan Darsidan, Camanche 12. Harrison Garber, Williamsburg 13. Deven Henry, West Sioux 14. Joey Hovinga, Forest City 15. Ty Nichols, Tipton

58 70 140 156 172 203 207 238 263 269 275 277 296 298 298 304

1. Brady Griebel, Bellevue 2. Clay Pehl, Madrid 3. Randy Jimenez, Southeast Warren 4. Brady Millikin, Pekin 5. Zach Dixon, Earlham 6. Jayden Dickson, Earlham 7. Chase Knoche, Calamus-Wheatland 8. Gabe Soda, Madrid 9. Stephen Flynn, Ogden 10. Jason Renze, Madrid 11. Brett McGee, Tri-Center, Neola 12. Sam Hansen, Hudson 13. Isaac Natvig, Valley Lutheran 14. Bryce McDonough, Central Springs 15. Dominic Braet, Earlham

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Class 1A Top Individuals

15:31.2 15:45.7 15:53.8 16:00.2 16:06.8 16:11.2 16:14.4 16:14.6 16:15.1 16:15.3 16:15.6 16:15.7 16:16.0 16:19.3 16:19.3

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Class 3A: Dallas Center-Grimes

16:13.2 16:50.1 16:50.6 16:58.6 16:59.1 17:00.3 17:07.7 17:11.0 17:18.7 17:19.9 17:21.3 17:21.6 17:22.2 17:23.3 17:25.2

Class 2A: Danville/New London

15:52.2 16:21.4 16:31.3 16:33.3 16:37.8 16:44.1 16:45.5 16:48.3 16:51.4 16:54.0 16:57.4 16:58.3 16:58.7 16:59.1 17:01.2

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Fall: Football Wild 2020 schedule and all-in playoff format finishes in exciting fashion at UNI-Dome CEDAR FALLS, Iowa – A year turned upside-down by COVID-19 forced adjustments from start to finish of the 2020 football season. From schedules being adjusted in late July to accommodate for travel concerns, spectator restrictions, and an emergency all-in playoff format, to the UNI-Dome going from limited fans then just two tickets per player from the semifinals to the finals, Iowa's players and teams had to be ready for anything. And based on the results and some record-breaking performances, they did just that. Every team got an opportunity to start in the playoffs after a seven-week regular season. This edition of the "playoffs" would start in the previously determined Round of 16, but it was a long road to the UNI-Dome for all involved. CLASS 4A: Ankeny halted the Dowling Catholic dynasty in a double overtime semifinal classic, then stopped surging Southeast Polk in the final to claim their first football championship since 2012. The Hawks took control in the second half of the final with quarterback Jase Bauer (top right) rushing for 158 yards and throwing for 101 more on a talented squad. CLASS 3A: North Scott, Eldridge trekked through top 3A competition on the way to its first ever state football championship. A physical semifinal overtime win over perennial power Xavier, Cedar Rapids sealed the Lancers' contender status, then they intercepted seven passes against Harlan Community in an emphatic 30-6 final. CLASS 2A: Waukon was the class of 2A yet again, appearing in their third final in the last four years The Indians slowed down PCM, Monroe and the state's highest-scoring offense in the semis, then topped Central Lyon/George Little Rock for their second crown under coach Chad Beermann. CLASS 1A: A thriller of a title game went to OABCIG and for the second straight year, as star Cooper DeJean boosted his squad to a comeback win over Van Meter. OABCIG trailed 26-18 and scored two touchdowns in the last 90 seconds to take the instant classic, 33-26. CLASS A: Regina, Iowa City rolled to their eighth football title and seventh in the last 11 years with coach Marv Cook. In UNI-Dome wins over Saint Ansgar and Grundy Center, the Regals were paced by the state's all-time leader in career receptions Alex Wick and eight rushing scores from Theo Kolie. EIGHT-PLAYER: St. Mary's, Remsen won a recordshattering shootout in the semifinals against Montezuma, 108-94, and followed it up with a title game shutout of Fremont-Mills. Photos at right from IHSAA/Tucker Photo.

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2020 Football Postseason Scores CLASS 4A

CLASS 3A

CLASS 2A

Third Round

Third Round

Third Round

Pleasant Valley 10, Bettendorf 6

Boyden-Hull/Rock Valley 42, Spencer 7

CL/GLR 28, Estherville Lincoln Central 6

Iowa City, West 38, Dubuque, Hempstead 24

Webster City 28, Sergeant Bluff-Luton 21

West Lyon, Inwood 12, Spirit Lake 0

Southeast Polk 41, Ankeny Centennial 7

Lewis Central 34, Ballard 6

West Marshall, State Center 27, Atlantic 7

Cedar Rapids, Kennedy 45, Prairie, Cedar Rapids 14

Harlan Community 49, Carlisle 42

PCM, Monroe 42, Greene County 0

Ankeny 37, Cedar Falls 16

Grinnell 6, Pella 0

Camanche 35, Tipton 29

Waukee 50, Indianola 28

Xavier, Cedar Rapids 17, Wahlert Catholic, Dubuque 14

West Liberty 20, Williamsburg 14

Dowling Catholic, W.D.M. 38, Waterloo, West 12

West Delaware, Manchester 47, Washington 14

Waukon 46, Monticello 14

Valley, W.D.M. 41, Urbandale 0

North Scott, Eldridge 13, Assumption, Davenport 10

Solon 37, Independence 21

Quarterfinals

Quarterfinals

Quarterfinals

Pleasant Valley 38, Iowa City, West 24

Boyden-Hull/Rock Valley 23, Webster City 14

CL/GLR 34, West Lyon, Inwood 13

Southeast Polk 48, Cedar Rapids, Kennedy 0

Harlan 21, Lewis Central 14

PCM, Monroe 21, West Marshall, State Center 20

Ankeny 28, Waukee 7

Xavier, Cedar Rapids 21, Grinnell 7

Camanche 34, West Liberty 20

Dowling Catholic, W.D.M. over Valley, W.D.M., NC

North Scott, Eldridge 24, West Delaware, Manchester 21

Waukon 24, Solon 8

Semifinals

Semifinals

Semifinals

Southeast Polk 50, Pleasant Valley 10

Harlan Community 44, Boyden-Hull/Rock Valley 7

Central Lyon/George-Little Rock 41, Camanche 0

Ankeny 31, Dowling Catholic, W.D.M. 24 (2OT)

North Scott, Eldridge 17, Xavier, Cedar Rapids 10 (OT) Waukon 38, PCM, Monroe 21

Final

Final

Final

Ankeny 42, Southeast Polk 14

North Scott, Eldridge 30, Harlan Community 6

Waukon 28, Central Lyon/George-Little Rock 14

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CLASS A

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Third Round

Third Round

Third Round

OABCIG 41, Western Christian, Hull 14

St. Albert, Council Bluffs 20, South O’Brien, Paullina 8

St. Mary’s, Remsen 53, Harris-Lake Park 13

West Sioux, Hawarden 36, Emmetsburg 15

Logan-Magnolia 36, Riverside, Oakland 14

Audubon 28, Newell-Fonda 6

South Central Calhoun 20, South Hamilton, Jewell 8

West Hancock, Britt 56, Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn 18

CAM, Anita 62, Lamoni 6

Southeast Valley 34, Denver 7

Grundy Center 40, Nodaway Valley 0

Fremont-Mills, Tabor 58, Martensdale-St. Marys 42

Van Meter 39, Pella Christian 23

Wapsie Valley, Fairbank 15, Lisbon 8

Janesville 66, New London 22

Underwood 42, Mount Ayr 17

Regina, Iowa City 28, Alburnett 7

Don Bosco, Gilbertville 44, Tripoli 38

Columbus Catholic, Waterloo 32, Mediapolis 20

MFL MarMac 22, Edgewood-Colesburg 14

Easton Valley 55, Gladbrook-Reinbeck 0

Sigourney/Keota 35, Beckman Catholic, Dyersville 14

Saint Ansgar 42, South Winneshiek, Calmar 6

Montezuma 56, BGM, Brooklyn 14

Quarterfinals

Quarterfinals

Quarterfinals

OABCIG 63, West Sioux, Hawarden 13

St. Albert, Council Bluffs 24, Logan-Magnolia 0

St. Mary’s, Remsen 42, Audubon 27

South Central Calhoun 26, Southeast Valley 6

Grundy Center 20, West Hancock, Britt 14

Fremont-Mills, Tabor 30, CAM, Anita 28

Van Meter 33, Underwood 14

Regina, Iowa City 32, Wapsie Valley, Fairbank 27

Don Bosco, Gilbertville 42, Janesville 12

Sigourney/Keota 35, Columbus Catholic, Waterloo 32

Saint Ansgar 49, MFL MarMac 14

Montezuma 62, Easton Valley 35

Semifinals

Semifinals

Semifinals

Van Meter 20, South Central Calhoun 12

Regina, Iowa City 49, Saint Ansgar 28

St. Mary’s, Remsen 108, Montezuma 94

OABCIG 43, Sigourney/Keota 21

Grundy Center 34, St. Albert, Council Bluffs 6

Fremont-Mills, Tabor 32, Don Bosco, Gilbertville 30

Final

Final

Final

OABCIG 33, Van Meter 26

Regina, Iowa City 52, Grundy Center 28

St. Mary’s, Remsen 48, Fremont-Mills, Tabor 0

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Winter: Swimming Waukee wins third title in meet moved to Linn-Mar MARION, Iowa – COVID-19 closures forced a change in venue for the 2021 IHSAA State Swimming Championships after two record-setting meets at the University of Iowa's Campus Recreation and Wellness Center. By early January, Linn-Mar, Marion stepped up and was announced as the alternate site for the event. Capacity limits meant the meet was only open to participants and meet personnel, with spectators forced to watch on TV or online, but the competition stayed fierce inside the impressive aquatic center. Waukee won its third team title and first since 2017 as coach Dan Briggs' squad placed in the top three of all three relay events and won two individual titles with Andrew Reiter. The victories came cleanly in the 200-yard individual medley and the 100 butterfly a few minutes later. The Warriors needed a full team effort to pull away from 2019 champion Ankeny and 2020 champion Iowa City, West for the win. Ankeny's Trent Frandson rounded out a stellar varsity career by collecting his third consecutive championships in both the 200 freestyle and the 500 freestyle. Those victories came by three and nearly five seconds against the other top swimmers in the state. Frandson was also part of Ankeny's

Team Champion: Waukee 200 freestyle relay and 400 freestyle relay teams to close his final meet with four golds. Bettendorf's Alex Stone followed up former teammate Charlie Bunn's sprint wins with a double of his own in the 50 freestyle and 100 freestyle. Aiden Carstensen gave LinnMar a home win in the 100 backstroke. And Sioux City Metro's Kohen Rankin won the 100 breaststroke to take home the first gold to a Sioux City individual in over 20 years.

2021 State Swimming Championships Results Top Team Scoring 1. Waukee 268.5; 2. Ankeny 238.5; 3. Iowa City, West 208.5; 4. Valley, West Des Moines 168.5; 5. Linn-Mar, Marion 155; 6. Bettendorf 131; 7. Iowa City, City High 120; 8. Dowling Catholic, W.D.M. 108; 9. Pleasant Valley 103.5; 10. Sioux City Metro 98. Event Leaders 200 Medley Relay

1. Iowa City, West (Skelley, Christensen, Carter, Nichols) 1:32.24; 2. Waukee (Havenhill, Whitaker, Reiter, Rogers) 1:34.10; 3. Ames (Ning, Chen, Houseman, Feilmeyer) 1:34.63.

200 Freestyle

1. Trent Frandson, Ankeny, 1:36.46; 2. Cooper Callahan, Linn-Mar, Marion, 1:39.52; 3. AJ Abram, Waukee, 1:40.16.

200 Individual Medley

1. Andrew Reiter, Waukee, 1:47.79; 2. Isaac Weigel, Iowa City, City High, 1:51.30; 3. Brek Stukerjurgen, Ankeny, 1:53.21.

50 Freestyle

1. Alex Stone, Bettendorf, 20.67; 2. Ryan Boeding, Muscatine, 20.85; 3. Trevor Danner, Carroll, 21.02.

100 Butterfly

1. Andrew Reiter, Waukee, 48.68; 2. Lance Swanepoel, Ankeny, 49.34; 3. Kyle Hopewell, Davenport, Central, 50.07.

100 Freestyle

1. Alex Stone, Bettendorf, 45.17; 2. Isaac Weigel, Iowa City, City High, 45.24; 3. AJ Abram, Waukee, 45.49.

500 Freestyle

1. Trent Frandson, Ankeny, 4:25.71; 2. Joey Hancock, Dowling Catholic, 4:30.40; 3. Cooper Callahan, Linn-Mar, 4:33.49.

200 Freestyle Relay

1. Ankeny (Frandson, Bennett, Schwebach, Swanepoel) 1:24.11; 2. Iowa City, West (Brotherton, Skelley, Christensen, Nichols) 1:24.50; 3. Waukee (Abram, Davey, Havenhill, Rogers) 1:24.51.

100 Backstroke

1. Aiden Carstensen, Linn-Mar, 49.83; 2. Asher Havenhill, Waukee, 50.13; 3. Caleb Coons, Iowa City, City High 50.40.

100 Breaststroke

1. Kohen Rankin, Sioux City Metro, 55.03; 2. Jordan Christensen, Iowa City, West, 56.56; 3. Joshua Chen, Ames, 56.82.

400 Freestyle Relay

1. Ankeny (Frandson, Bennett, Stukerjurgen, Swanepoel) 3:04.22; 2. Bettendorf (Mitvalsky, Anderson, Kilcoin, Stone) 3:06.80; 3. Waukee (Abram, Rogers, Davey, Reiter) 3:08.16.

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Winter: Wrestling Centerville's Lewis wins fourth title, talented crew claims third crowns DES MOINES, Iowa – The sport that seemed least likely to complete its COVID-19 affected season unscathed due to close physical contact and multi-team tournaments and large crowds capped the 2021 state tournament in style. Wrestling and all its participants and fans were big winners in the 202021 school year, working through challenging circumstances to finish with its normal numbers and normal dates at Wells Fargo Arena. The duals and traditional tournament ran from Feb. 17-20 with capacity limitations and new procedures for spectators and wrestlers, but a talented group of 672 qualifiers and 42 individual champions still got their moments on the mats in Des Moines. Centerville senior Matthew Lewis earned a standing ovation on Saturday night, highlighting his outstanding career by becoming the 29th wrestler in IHSAA history to win four state titles. Six other wrestlers won their third titles, including three juniors who will have an opportunity to come back and claim their fourth round of medals and brackets and championship caps next year, Hayden Taylor, Robert Avila, Jr., Drake Ayala, Aidan Noonan, Carter Fousek, Marcel Lopez.

Logan Wolf collects a rebound for Cedar Falls in the Class 4A semifinals against North Scott, Eldridge. Wolf was named All-Tournament Team captain after leading the Tigers to its second straight championship.

champion and won two individual titles in the process, pulling away from runner-up Waukee and third-place Southeast Polk. Coach Eric Whitcome's squad won titles at 152 pounds with Aiden Riggins and 182 with McCrae Hagarty and put nine wrestlers on the podium Saturday night. Waukee's second-place trophy was its best ever, while Southeast Polk won two individual titles through brothers Nathanael and Joel CLASS 3A: Waverly-Shell Rock repeated as team Jesuroga. Bettendorf had three champs, including a repeat

2021 State Traditional Tournament Class 3A Individual Champions 106 Carter Freeman, Waukee 113 Nathanael Jesuroga, Southeast Polk 120 Trever Anderson, Ankeny 126 Dustin Bohren, Bettendorf 132 Drake Ayala, Fort Dodge 138 Hunter Garvin, Iowa City, West 145 Joel Jesuroga, Southeast Polk 152 Aiden Riggins, Waverly-Shell Rock 160 Tate Naaktgeboren, Linn-Mar, Marion 170 Caleb Helgeson, Johnston 182 McCrae Hagarty, Waverly-Shell Rock 195 Ben Kueter, Iowa City, City High 220 Bradley Hill, Bettendorf 285 Griffin Liddle, Bettendorf

Class 2A Individual Champions 106 Kade Blume, Roland-Story 113 Camron Phetxoumphone, Webster City 120 McKinley Robbins, Greene County 126 Carter Fousek, Crestwood, Cresco 132 Brandon O'Brien, Independence 138 Isaiah Weber, Independence 145 Matthew Lewis, Centerville 152 Jack Gaukel, Sergeant Bluff-Luton 160 Hayden Taylor, Solon 170 Carson Babcock, New Hampton/Turkey Valley 182 Spencer Mooberry, Osage 195 Wyatt Voelker, West Delaware 220 Kobe Simon, West Liberty 285 Carson Petlon, West Delaware

Class 1A Individual Champions 106 Kale Petersen, West Fork, Sheffield 113 Garret Rinken, Nashua-Plainfield 120 Marcel Lopez, New London 126 Cade Siebrecht, Lisbon 132 Aidan Noonan, Cascade, Western Dubuque 138 Wyatt Reisz, Logan-Magnolia 145 Robert Avila Jr., Lisbon 152 Maximus Magayna, Columbus Catholic, Waterloo 160 Tate Entriken, Hudson 170 Cade Tenold, Don Bosco, Gilbertville 182 Carson Tenold, Don Bosco, Gilbertville 195 Tristan Mulder, Western Christian, Hull 220 Cole Clark, Lisbon 285 Chet Buss, North Butler/Clarksville

Class 3A Team Leaders 1. Waverly-Shell Rock 154.5 2. Waukee 146 3. Southeast Polk 143 4. Bettendorf 100.5 5. Ankeny 96.5

Class 2A Team Leaders 1. West Delaware, Manchester 150 2. Osage 96 3. Independence 81 4. Crestwood, Cresco 79 5. Centerville 51.5

Class 1A Team Leaders 1. Don Bosco, Gilbertville 179.5 2. Lisbon 148.5 3. Logan-Magnolia 94 4. West Sioux, Hawarden 84.5 5. West Hancock, Britt 57

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ihsaa recaps Wrestling and Solon's Hayden Taylor kept their sterling career marks rolling with impressive performances at The Well. Webster City's Camron Phetxoumphone also repeated as a champ, this time up at 113. CLASS 1A: Don Bosco dominated en route to its 13th team title and third straight, sending coach Tom Hogan out with a slew of championships and record marks. The Dons brought 12 qualifiers and won two individual titles through twins Cade and Carson Tenold, adding to their dual team title on Wednesday. Three threetimers were in the 1A field as well, with Cascade's Aidan Noonan Logan Wolf collects a rebound for Cedar Falls in the Class 4A semifinals against North Scott, Eldridge. Wolf was named All-Tournament Team captain after leading capping his varsity career with the Tigers to its second straight championship. a third title and unbeaten senior with heavyweight Griffin Liddle. Fort Dodge's Drake Ayala season. New London's Marcel was an individual highlight of the 3A field, wrapping up a Lopez and Lisbon's Robert Avila Jr. also topped the podium legendary career with his third championship and winning all for the third time and will be back in 2022 to complete the four state tournament matches by bonus points. career sweep. North Butler/Clarksville heavyweight Chet Buss repeated as well and could win his third at 285 pounds CLASS 2A: Coach Jeff Voss and West Delaware used next season. their deep and dangerous lineup to return to the top of the pile in 2A, winning their second trophy in the last three seasons. DUALS: Wednesday's state tournament week opener The Hawks had two individual champions at 195 and 285 with was won by a pack of familiar powerhouses: Waverly-Shell Wyatt Voelker and Carson Petlon, but racked up points over Rock, West Delaware, and Don Bosco all won three straight runner-up Osage and third-place Independence through 11 duals, including finals over rival squads to take home qualifiers and placewinners. hardware. West Delaware won its third straight in 2A, while Matthew Lewis was the showcase of a highly anticipated both Waverly-Shell Rock and Don Bosco avenged losses in 2A finals round, holding on to a 3-2 decision over Osage's Nick the 2019 finals over Southeast Polk and Lisbon to return to Fox to win his fourth title, this time at 145. Two other juniors in the top of the trophy hunt. 2A won their third titles as well: Crestwood's Carter Fousek

2021 State Dual Team Tournament: Placements Class 3A Team Results 1. Waverly-Shell Rock 2. Southeast Polk 3. Waukee 4. North Scott 5. Norwalk 6. Linn-Mar, Marion 7. Bettendorf 8. Fort Dodge Spring 2021

Class 2A Team Results 1. West Delaware, Manchester 2. Crestwood, Cresco 3. Osage 4. Independence 5. Sergeant Bluff-Luton 6. Winterset 7. Assumption, Davenport 8. Creston/Orient-Macksburg

Class 1A Team Results 1. Don Bosco, Gilbertville 2. Lisbon 3. Logan-Magnolia 4. Woodbury Central, Moville 5. Lake Mills 6. West Hancock, Britt 7. West Sioux, Hawarden 8. MFL MarMac

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Winter: Bowling Big scores with adjusted schedule in Waterloo WATERLOO, Iowa – Capacity limits forced a schedule change for the usually co-ed IHSAA & IGHSAU State Bowling Championships at Cadillac XBC, but the bowlers still delivered a thrilling week in Waterloo. Marshalltown won its second team title on Tuesday, Feb. 23, then Clinton and LouisaMuscatine won their first championships on Wednesday. Marshalltown's strong team performance capped a high-scoring day in Class 3A, as the individual title went to Davenport, Central freshman Brady Krager after he rolled a 3A state meet record 562 over two games. Krager's 275 and 287 made for the highest individual round of the week and helped Central to a third-place finish behind runner-up Davenport, North. Clinton swept honors in 2A as Cooper Kohl's 520 was good enough for gold individually. In 1A, the 2020 runners-up Louisa-Muscatine (team) and Cael Bohlen (individual) won the 2021 titles. Championship Photos (T-B, L-R) 3A: Brady Krager, Davenport, Central; Marshalltown. 2A: Cooper Kohl, Clinton; Clinton. 1A: Cael Bohlen, Charles City; Louisa-Muscatine.

2021 State Bowling Scoring Class 3A Team Scoring 1. Marshalltown 3,450 2. Davenport, North 3,326 3. Davenport, Central 3,181 4. Southeast Polk 3,136 5. Waukee 3,123 6. Cedar Rapids, Kennedy 3,068 7. Cedar Falls 3,039 8. Dubuque, Hempstead 2,911 Top Individual Scoring 1. Brady Krager, Davenport, Central 275-287—562 2. Demitri Ferneau, Marshalltown 234-255—489 3. Blake Fries, Davenport, North 235-246—481 4. Lucas Dolphin, C.R., Kennedy 225-234—459 5t. Ashton Hesseling, Davenport, North 278-180—458 5t. Damon Borton, Marshalltown 225-233—458 7. Cameron Borst, Waukee 233-218—451 8. Zach Bianchi, Southeast Polk 257-193—450 9t. Malachi Funk, Davenport, North 235-208—443 9t. Skyler Vong, Johnston 227-216—443 Spring 2021

Class 2A Team Scoring 1. Clinton 3,409 2. Urbandale 3,199 3. Xavier, Cedar Rapids 3,197 4. Ottumwa 3,146 5. Fort Dodge 3,127 6. North Scott, Eldridge 3,038 7. LeMars 2,907 8. Independence 2,825 Top Individual Scoring 1. Cooper Kohl, Clinton 252-268—520 2. Dylan Elam, North Scott 257-233—490 3. Reiley Freeman, Ottumwa 254-234—488 4. Tucker Langenberg, Urbandale 264-209—473 5. Dominick Judge, Clinton 247-223—470 6. Cody Reseland, Urbandale 217-238—455 7. Clayton Morris, Ottumwa 237-216—453 8. Brody Vanderloo, LeMars 183-266—449 9. Justin Korbel, Xavier, C.R. 225-222—447 10. Cameron Brundage, Urbandale 222-219—441

Class 1A Team Scoring 1. Louisa-Mucatine 3,414 2. Camanche 3,351 3. Charles City 3,308 4. Monticello 3,293 5. Clarinda 2,987 6. Shenandoah 2,949 7. Vinton-Shellsburg 2,884 8. Forest City 2,639 Top Individual Scoring 1. Cael Bohlen, Charles City 279-267—546 2. Levi Staley, Louisa-Muscatine 219-277—496 3. Allen Stauffer, Louisa-Muscatine 228-266—494 4. Jacob Hartman, Camanche 260-225—485 5. Kayden Johnson, Durant 266-213—479 6t. Troy Edmunds, Camanche 227-236—463 6t. Maison Gerdts, Louisa-Muscatine 216-247—463 8. Keaten Bieri, Louisa-Muscatine 226-234—460 9. Dillan Ross, Charles City 228-231—459 10. Nathan Girkin, Charles City 224-233—457

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Winter: Basketball Waukee wins 4A, Pella, Western, Montezuma return to finals form DES MOINES, Iowa – One year after COVID-19 disrupted its first sporting events and altered the world in 2020 and 2021, the IHSAA State Basketball Tournament took the court again at Wells Fargo Arena in Des Moines. The 2020 championship games were played for family and friends as the pandemic was just beginning to change daily life and mass gatherings. Precautions and preparations had come a long way in Iowa, and the 2021 tournament was played as scheduled, albeit with consolation games gone in an adjusted schedule and capacity limits allowing for around 5,000 socially-distanced fans into seating groups around the arena. The basketball was back to feeling somewhat normal, even if everything off the court wasn't entirely there yet. Spectators got a sensational tournament, with close games and star players in each classification. That was Montezuma had finished in the consolation round in the previous two state tournaments, but won three thrilling contests at the 2021 tournament to win their first championship since 1990. capped in finals on Friday, March 12 with Waukee finally CLASS 3A: Pella won its first championship since 2003 winning its first basketball title, and Pella, Western Christian, and Montezuma showcasing their skills and taking as the highest-scoring squad in 3A poured in enough points to work past Monticello, Sergeant Bluff-Luton, and topchampionships back to their proud trophy cases. seeded Ballard over four days. The Dutch and coach Derek CLASS 4A: Waukee dominated their three days on the Schulte won the program's third title while being paced by court at Wells Fargo Arena, showcasing one of the longest All-Tournament Team captain Grant Nelson and a balanced and most talented rosters the tournament had seen in years. lineup, including 41 points over three games from substitute Coach Justin Ohl's squad opened the tournament with a 33-5 Noah Allen. lead on Pleasant Valley in the quarterfinals and proceeded CLASS 2A: The state championship came down to a to roll past CIML foes Ames and Johnston to the title. The showdown between two schools sitting just a few blocks Dragons held an early 12-point lead before Waukee's three All-Tournament Team players - Payton Sandfort, Tucker apart in the small northwest Iowa town of Hull. Through district and substate rounds, then even state tournament DeVries, and Omaha Biliew - took over. seeding, Boyden-Hull and Western Christian, Hull remained separate. In the final, the two powerhouse programs collided for the first time since the 2005 postseason and for the first time ever at the state tournament. Western's Ty Van Essen provided a title-worth spark with 32 points and 12 rebounds in the final as the Wolfpack won their 10th championship.

Assumption, Davenport senior Emarion Ellis was a star performer at his first state tournament, scoring 25 points in the quarterfinals and 33 to pace the Knights in the Class 3A semifinals.

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CLASS 1A: Montezuma entered a loaded 1A field seeded No. 7 and used that perceived slight to push past unbeaten Lake Mills, parochial power and three-time champion Grand View Christian, then unbeaten and high-octane North Linn for the championship. The Braves used elite guard play through All-Tournament Team picks Trey Shearer and Cole Watts, and leaned on Eddie Burgess in the post to pick up their wins. Montezuma's previous two titles came in 1971 and 1990. North Linn was appearing in its fourth straight title game. IHSAA Bulletin


ihsaa recaps Basketball Class 4A

Class 2A

Tournament Results

Tournament Results

Quarterfinals

Quarterfinals

Johnston 49, Dowling Catholic, W.D.M. 33

Boyden-Hull 74, South Central Calhoun 49

Cedar Falls 42, Dubuque, Senior 27

Aplington-Parkersburg 68, Van Meter 41

Ames 54, Council Bluffs, Abraham Lincoln 37

Des Moines Christian 58, Beckman, Dyersville 38

Waukee 65, Pleasant Valley 43

Western Christian, Hull 71, Camanche 55

Semifinals

Semifinals

Johnston 64, Cedar Falls 51

Boyden-Hull 77, Aplington-Parkersburg 66

Waukee 71, Ames 36

Western Christian, Hull 56, Des Moines Christian 47

Championship

Championship

Waukee 61, Johnston 50

Western Christian, Hull 56, Boyden-Hull 50

All-Tournament Team

All-Tournament Team

Omaha Biliew, Waukee

Wyatt Gulker, Western Christian

Tucker DeVries, Waukee

Marcus Kelderman, Boyden-Hull

Tamin Lipsey, Ames

Jayden Mackie, Aplington-Parkersburg

Payton Sandfort, Waukee

Tanner Te Slaa, Boyden-Hull

Steven Kramer, Johnston (captain)

Ty Van Essen, Western Christian (captain)

Class 3A

Class 1A

Tournament Results

Tournament Results

Quarterfinals

Quarterfinals

Ballard 68, Clear Lake 45

North Linn, Troy Mills 77, South Winneshiek 52

Assumption, Davenport 56, Dallas Center-Grimes 42

Martensdale-St. Marys 51, Easton Valley 45 (OT)

Sergeant Bluff-Luton 38, Western Dubuque 37 (OT)

Montezuma 64, Lake Mills 61 (OT)

Pella 59, Monticello 46

Grand View Christian 54, St. Mary’s, Remsen 49

Semifinals

Semifinals

Ballard 74, Assumption, Davenport 65

North Linn, Troy Mills 63, Martensdale-St. Marys 50

Pella 46, Sergeant Bluff-Luton 32

Montezuma 49, Grand View Christian 35

Championship

Championship

Pella 68, Ballard 59

Montezuma 44, North Linn, Troy Mills 41

All-Tournament Team

All-Tournament Team

Karl Miller, Pella

Cole Watts, Montezuma

Connor Drew, Ballard

Dylan Kurt, North Linn

Emarion Ellis, Assumption

Eddie Burgess, Montezuma

Ashton Hermann, Ballard

Austin Hilmer, North Linn

Grant Nelson, Pella (captain) Spring 2021

Class 4A: Waukee

Class 3A: Pella

Class 2A: Western Christian, Hull

Class 1A: Montezuma

Trey Shearer, Montezuma (captain)

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CLASSIFICATIONs

2021 Spring Classifications Sport classifications for 2021 seasons of baseball, spring golf, soccer, tennis, and track & field Schools by enrollment with co-ops included.

BASEBALL - PRELIMINARY

CLASS 4A Waukee Valley, West Des Moines Des Moines, Abraham Lincoln Johnston Linn-Mar, Marion Des Moines East Southeast Polk Des Moines, Roosevelt Waterloo, West Dubuque, Hempstead Ankeny Cedar Rapids, Kennedy Ankeny Centennial Prairie, Cedar Rapids Cedar Falls Bettendorf Sioux City, North Cedar Rapids Jefferson Iowa City, City High Davenport, Central Dubuque, Senior Davenport, West Marshalltown Sioux City, East Pleasant Valley Muscatine Iowa City, West Dowling Catholic, West Des Moines Ames Cedar Rapids, Washington Des Moines, North Council Bluffs, Abraham Lincoln Sioux City, West Urbandale Council Bluffs, Thomas Jefferson Ottumwa Davenport, North Fort Dodge Indianola Iowa City, Liberty Mason City Waterloo, East Des Moines, Hoover Burlington Clinton North Scott, Eldridge Norwalk Lewis Central CLASS 3A Epworth, Western Dubuque Dallas Center-Grimes Newton Storm Lake Denison-Schleswig Waverly-Shell Rock

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Mount Pleasant Pella Spencer Clear Creek-Amana Marion LeMars Oskaloosa Boone Carlisle Fort Madison Decorah Bondurant-Farrar Xavier, Cedar Rapids Glenwood Webster City ADM, Adel Carroll North Polk, Alleman Keokuk Winterset Perry Charles City Central DeWitt Harlan Fairfield Washington Benton Community Creston Gilbert Ballard Grinnell Wahlert, Dubuque Sergeant Bluff-Luton West Delaware, Manchester Bishop Heelan Catholic, Sioux City Assumption, Davenport Humboldt Knoxville Boyden-Hull/Rock Valley Nevada Maquoketa South Tama County, Tama Vinton-Shellsburg Center Point-Urbana Solon Independence Saydel MOC-Floyd Valley Hampton-Dumont-CAL Atlantic Algona Mount Vernon Clear Lake Greene County Sioux Center Monticello Clarke, Osceola Centerville

CLASS 2A Crestwood, Cresco Estherville Lincoln Central Mid-Prairie, Wellman Williamsburg Iowa Falls-Alden Spirit Lake Anamosa Albia West Liberty Davis County, Bloomfield Sumner-Fredericksburg/Tripoli Sheldon Waukon Oelwein Chariton Forest City New Hampton Clayton Ridge/Central Clarinda Okoboji, Milford North Fayette Valley Central Lee, Donnellson Cherokee, Washington Roland-Story, Story City PCM, Monroe Union, La Porte City Red Oak Tipton Des Moines Christian West Marshall, State Center West Lyon, Inwood Eddyville-Blakesburg-Fremont Garner-Hayfield-Ventura Camanche Shenandoah Unity Christian, Orange City OABCIG Southeast Valley West Burlington Clarion-Goldfield-Dows Kuemper Catholic, Carroll Osage Panorama, Panora Starmont Pocahontas Area Emmetsburg Beckman Catholic, Dyersville Northeast, Goose Lake Louisa-Muscatine Jesup Dike-New Hartford Eagle Grove Treynor Belmond-Klemme Sibley-Ocheyedan Underwood Western Christian, Hull

Denver Cardinal, Eldon West Central Valley, Stuart West Sioux, Hawarden South Hardin Wilton Columbus Catholic, Waterloo Sioux Central, Sioux Rapids Missouri Valley Woodward-Granger Pella Christian South Central Calhoun South Hamilton, Jewell East Marshall, LeGrand Van Meter ACGC Interstate 35, Truro West Branch Aplington-Parkersburg Hinton Cascade, Western Dubuque Hudson Mediapolis MVAOCOU East Sac County Pekin Van Buren Community Central Decatur, Leon Central Lyon, Rock Rapids Colfax-Mingo Durant Pleasantville Central Springs Ridge View Manson Northwest Webster Bellevue Postville Regina, Iowa City AHSTW, Avoca Woodward Academy CLASS 1A Alta/Aurelia Tri-Center, Neola Lake Mills MFL MarMac North Linn, Troy Mills North Union Ogden Grundy Center IKM-Manning Madrid North Cedar, Stanwood West Fork, Sheffield South Winneshiek, Calmar Danville Lawton-Bronson Mount Ayr West Monona, Onawa IHSAA Bulletin


Classifications

Spring classifications Maquoketa Valley, Delhi Nodaway Valley Columbus Community St. Albert, Council Bluffs Alburnett Earlham South O'Brien, Paullina Wapello Wapsie Valley, Fairbank West Hancock, Britt Sigourney East Buchanan, Winthrop Woodbury Central, Moville Lynnville-Sully Southwest Valley Akron-Westfield Sidney Logan-Magnolia Saint Ansgar Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn Newell-Fonda Belle Plaine Lisbon AGWSR, Ackley Highland, Riverside BCLUW, Conrad New London St. Edmond, Fort Dodge Iowa Valley, Marengo Springville Westwood, Sloan MMCRU Nashua-Plainfield North Mahaska, New Sharon East Union, Afton North Butler, Greene Southeast Warren, Liberty Center Wayne, Corydon Edgewood-Colesburg Northwood-Kensett Riverside, Oakland Newman Catholic, Mason City Martensdale-St. Marys Midland, Wyoming GMG, Garwin B-G-M, Brooklyn Easton Valley Graettinger-Terril/Ruthven-Ayrshire Winfield-Mt. Union CAM, Anita Lone Tree Gehlen Catholic, LeMars North Tama, Traer Lenox Audubon Bishop Garrigan, Algona Kingsley-Pierson Montezuma Notre Dame, Burlington Dunkerton East Mills Rockford Boyer Valley, Dunlap George-Little Rock Spring 2021

Gladbrook-Reinbeck Central City River Valley, Correctionville Woodbine English Valleys, North English Colo-Nesco Griswold Bedford Fremont-Mills, Tabor Calamus-Wheatland Baxter Coon Rapids-Bayard Don Bosco, Gilbertville Moravia Kee, Lansing Janesville Turkey Valley, Jackson Junction Collins-Maxwell Melcher-Dallas EHK-Exira Lamoni North Iowa, Buffalo Center H-L-V, Victor Harris-Lake Park West Bend-Mallard Riceville West Harrison, Mondamin Ankeny Christian Academy Tri-County, Thornburg Twin Cedars, Bussey Seymour Murray Meskwaki Settlement School Glidden-Ralston Clarksville Keota St. Mary's, Storm Lake Stanton Trinity Christian High School Ar-We-Va, Westside St. Mary's, Remsen Marquette Catholic, Bellevue Prince of Peace Prep, Clinton Hillcrest Academy Mormon Trail, Garden Grove Whiting Essex Moulton-Udell Orient-Macksburg

GOLF

CLASS 3A Dallas Center-Grimes Newton Storm Lake Denison-Schleswig Waverly-Shell Rock Pella Spencer Clear Creek-Amana Marion Washington Oskaloosa Boone

Carlisle Decorah Bondurant-Farrar Glenwood Carroll Mount Pleasant Webster City Knoxville Fort Madison Creston O-M Fairfield ADM, Adel North Polk, Alleman Keokuk Winterset Perry Charles City Harlan Benton Community Gilbert Ballard Grinnell West Delaware, Manchester Humboldt Nevada Maquoketa South Tama County, Tama Vinton-Shellsburg Center Point-Urbana Solon Independence Saydel MOC-Floyd Valley Notre Dame / West Burlington Hampton-Dumont Atlantic Algona Mount Vernon Clear Lake Greene County Sioux Center Monticello Clarke, Osceola Centerville Crestwood, Cresco Estherville Lincoln Central Mid-Prairie, Wellman Williamsburg Iowa Falls-Alden Spirit Lake Anamosa Albia CLASS 2A West Liberty Davis County, Bloomfield Sheldon Waukon Oelwein Chariton Forest City New Hampton Clarinda Okoboji, Milford North Fayette Valley

Central Lee, Donnellson Cherokee, Washington Roland-Story, Story City PCM, Monroe Union, La Porte City Red Oak Tipton Des Moines Christian West Marshall, State Center West Lyon, Inwood Eddyville-Blakesburg-Fremont Garner-Hayfield-Ventura Camanche Shenandoah Unity Christian, Orange City OABCIG Southeast Valley, Gowrie Clarion-Goldfield-Dows Kuemper Catholic, Carroll Osage Panorama, Panora Pocahontas Area Emmetsburg Beckman Catholic, Dyersville Northeast, Goose Lake Louisa-Muscatine Jesup Dike-New Hartford Eagle Grove Treynor Belmond-Klemme Sibley-Ocheyedan Underwood Western Christian, Hull Denver Rock Valley West Central Valley, Stuart West Sioux, Hawarden South Hardin Wilton Columbus Catholic, Waterloo Sioux Central, Sioux Rapids Missouri Valley Woodward-Granger Pella Christian South Central Calhoun South Hamilton, Jewell East Marshall, LeGrand Van Meter ACGC Colo-NESCO/Collins Maxwell Interstate 35, Truro West Branch Sumner-Fredericksburg Aplington-Parkersburg Hinton Cascade, Western Dubuque Hudson Maple Valley-Anthon-Oto Mediapolis East Sac County Boyden-Hull Van Buren Community Central Decatur, Leon

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classifications

Spring classifications Central Lyon, Rock Rapids Colfax-Mingo Durant Pleasantville Central Springs Ridge View Manson Northwest Webster Bellevue Postville Regina, Iowa City AHSTW, Avoca Alta/Aurelia Tri-Center, Neola Clayton Ridge, Guttenberg Lake Mills MFL MarMac North Linn, Troy Mills North Union Ogden Grundy Center IKM-Manning CLASS 1A Madrid North Cedar, Stanwood West Fork, Sheffield South Winneshiek, Calmar Danville Lawton-Bronson Mount Ayr West Monona, Onawa Maquoketa Valley, Delhi Nodaway Valley Columbus Comm, Columbus Jct. Starmont Alburnett Earlham South O'Brien, Paullina Wapello Wapsie Valley, Fairbank West Hancock, Britt Sigourney East Buchanan, Winthrop Woodbury Central, Moville Lynnville-Sully Southwest Valley Akron-Westfield Sidney Logan-Magnolia Saint Ansgar Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn Newell-Fonda Belle Plaine Lisbon AGWSR, Ackley Highland, Riverside BCLUW, Conrad New London St. Edmond, Fort Dodge Iowa Valley, Marengo Westwood, Sloan MMCRU Nashua-Plainfield North Mahaska, New Sharon East Union, Afton

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North Butler, Greene Southeast Warren, Liberty Center Wayne, Corydon Edgewood-Colesburg Northwood-Kensett Riverside, Oakland St. Albert, Council Bluffs Newman Catholic, Mason City Martensdale-St. Marys Midland, Wyoming GMG, Garwin B-G-M, Brooklyn Easton Valley Graettinger-Terril/Ruthven-Ayrshire Winfield-Mt. Union CAM, Anita Lone Tree Gehlen Catholic, LeMars North Tama, Traer Lenox Audubon Bishop Garrigan, Algona Kingsley-Pierson Montezuma Dunkerton East Mills Rockford Central, Elkader Tripoli Springville Boyer Valley, Dunlap George-Little Rock Gladbrook-Reinbeck Central City River Valley, Correctionville Woodbine Essex-Stanton English Valleys, North English Griswold Bedford Fremont-Mills, Tabor Calamus-Wheatland Baxter Coon Rapids-Bayard Don Bosco, Gilbertville Moravia Turkey Valley, Jackson Junction Melcher-Dallas EHK-Exira Lamoni North Iowa, Buffalo Center H-L-V, Victor Harris-Lake Park West Bend-Mallard Riceville West Central, Maynard Glidden-Ralston Clarksville Holy Trinity Catholic, Fort Madison Keota St. Mary's, Storm Lake Trinity Christian High School Siouxland Christian St. Mary's, Remsen

Isaac Newton Christian Academy Marquette Catholic, Bellevue Hillcrest Academy Mormon Trail, Garden Grove Waterloo Christian School

SOCCER

CLASS 3A Waukee Valley, West Des Moines Johnston Des Moines East Des Moines, Abraham Lincoln Linn-Mar, Marion Muscatine High School Southeast Polk Des Moines, Roosevelt Waterloo, West Mason City Ankeny Fort Dodge Dubuque, Hempstead Cedar Rapids, Kennedy Ankeny Centennial Prairie, Cedar Rapids Cedar Falls Bettendorf Sioux City, North Cedar Rapids, Jefferson Iowa City, City High Davenport, Central Dubuque, Senior Davenport, West Indianola Marshalltown Sioux City, East Pleasant Valley Iowa City, West Dowling Catholic, West Des Moines Ames Cedar Rapids, Washington Des Moines, North Council Bluffs, Abraham Lincoln Sioux City, West Urbandale Council Bluffs, Thomas Jefferson Clinton Ottumwa Davenport, North Iowa City, Liberty Waterloo, East Des Moines, Hoover Burlington North Scott, Eldridge Norwalk Lewis Central CLASS 2A Central Iowa United Epworth, Western Dubuque Washington Clear Creek Amana Storm Lake Waverly-Shell Rock Dallas Center-Grimes

Newton Boone Webster City Spirit Lake Park Okoboji Fairfield Denison-Schleswig Humboldt Glenwood Mount Vernon Independence Perry Pella South Tama County, Tama Winterset/Earlham Knoxville Spencer Marion West Delaware Carroll Oskaloosa Carlisle Fort Madison Central DeWitt Decorah Sheldon Sibley-Ocheyedan Bondurant-Farrar Maquoketa Xavier, Cedar Rapids Mount Pleasant Iowa Falls-Alden/AGWSR Hudson United ADM, Adel North Polk, Alleman Keokuk Charles City Harlan Benton Community Creston Gilbert Ballard Grinnell Wahlert, Dubuque Sergeant Bluff-Luton Bishop Heelan Catholic, Sioux City Assumption, Davenport BHRV Nevada Vinton-Shellsburg Center Point-Urbana CLASS 1A Solon New Hampton Centerville WCV-NV MOC-Floyd Valley Notre Dame / West Burlington Hampton-Dumont-CAL Atlantic Clear Lake Greene County Sioux Center Monticello Clarke, Osceola Mid-Prairie, Wellman IHSAA Bulletin


Classifications

Spring classifications Denver-Tripoli Williamsburg Anamosa Albia West Liberty Danville/New London Columbus Catholic, Waterloo Columbus/WMU Chariton GCGR, Gladbrook-Reinbeck Prince of Peace Irish North Fayette Valley Central Lee, Donnellson PCM, Monroe Tipton Des Moines Christian Garner-Hayfield-Ventura Unity Christian, Orange City Kuemper Catholic, Carroll Panorama Marquette Catholic, Bellevue Beckman Catholic, Dyersville Treynor Belmond-Klemme Underwood Cedar Valley Christian Western Christian, Hull West Sioux, Hawarden Missouri Valley Pella Christian Van Meter West Branch Cascade Mediapolis East Sac County Postville Regina, Iowa City AHSTW, Avoca Tri-Center, Neola Clayton Ridge Wapello Logan-Magnolia Highland, Riverside Riverside, Oakland St. Albert, Council Bluffs Grand View Christian School Clarinda Academy Hillcrest Academy Scattergood Friends

TENNIS

CLASS 2A Des Moines East Iowa City West Waukee Valley, West Des Moines Waterloo, West Iowa City High Des Moines, Abraham Lincoln Johnston Linn-Mar, Marion Southeast Polk Des Moines, Roosevelt Muscatine Ankeny Spring 2021

Marshalltown Dubuque, Hempstead Cedar Rapids, Kennedy Ankeny Centennial Prairie, Cedar Rapids Bettendorf Sioux City, North Cedar Rapids Jefferson Cedar Falls Urbandale Davenport, Central Dubuque, Senior Davenport, West Sioux City, East Pleasant Valley Dowling Catholic, West Des Moines Fort Dodge Cedar Rapids, Washington Council Bluffs, Abraham Lincoln Sioux City, West Clinton High School Council Bluffs, Thomas Jefferson Ottumwa Davenport, North Indianola Iowa City, Liberty Mason City Burlington North Scott, Eldridge Norwalk Lewis Central Epworth, Western Dubuque CLASS 1A Newton Storm Lake Denison-Schleswig Waverly-Shell Rock Spirit Lake Okoboji Pella Spencer Marion LeMars Boone Fort Madison Decorah Xavier, Cedar Rapids Glenwood Mount Pleasant Webster City Chariton Creston O-M North Polk, Alleman Keokuk Charles City Central DeWitt Harlan Fairfield Ballard Grinnell Wahlert, Dubuque Sergeant Bluff-Luton Bishop Heelan Catholic, Sioux City Assumption, Davenport Knoxville

Columbus Catholic, Waterloo Maquoketa South Tama County, Tama Independence Saydel Notre Dame / West Burlington Hampton-Dumont Atlantic Mount Vernon Clear Lake Clarke, Osceola Centerville Estherville Lincoln Central Iowa Falls-Alden Albia Davis County, Bloomfield Oelwein Clarinda Cherokee, Washington Union, La Porte City Red Oak Camanche Shenandoah Kuemper Catholic, Carroll South Hardin Pella Christian Aplington-Parkersburg GCGR, Grundy Center Southwest Valley St. Albert, Council Bluffs Audubon Maharishi, Fairfield

TRACK & FIELD

CLASS 4A Waukee Valley, West Des Moines Des Moines, Abraham Lincoln Johnston Linn-Mar, Marion Southeast Polk Des Moines, Roosevelt Des Moines, East Cedar Rapids, Kennedy Waterloo, West Dubuque, Hempstead Ankeny Ankeny Centennial Prairie, Cedar Rapids Bettendorf Sioux City, North Cedar Rapids Jefferson Cedar Falls Iowa City, City High Davenport, Central Dubuque, Senior Davenport, West Marshalltown Sioux City, East Pleasant Valley Muscatine Iowa City, West Dowling Catholic, West Des Moines Ames Cedar Rapids, Washington

Des Moines, North Council Bluffs, Abraham Lincoln Sioux City, West Urbandale Council Bluffs, Thomas Jefferson Ottumwa Davenport, North Fort Dodge Indianola Iowa City, Liberty Mason City Waterloo, East Des Moines, Hoover Burlington Clinton North Scott, Eldridge Norwalk Lewis Central CLASS 3A Epworth, Western Dubuque Dallas Center-Grimes Newton Storm Lake Denison-Schleswig Waverly-Shell Rock Pella Spencer Clear Creek-Amana Marion LeMars Oskaloosa Boone Carlisle Fort Madison Decorah Bondurant-Farrar Xavier, Cedar Rapids Glenwood Mount Pleasant Webster City ADM, Adel Carroll North Polk, Alleman Keokuk Winterset Perry Charles City Central DeWitt Harlan Fairfield Washington Benton Community Creston Gilbert Ballard Grinnell Wahlert, Dubuque Sergeant Bluff-Luton West Delaware, Manchester Bishop Heelan Catholic, Sioux City Assumption, Davenport Humboldt Knoxville Boyden-Hull/Rock Valley

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Classifications

Spring classifications Nevada Maquoketa South Tama County, Tama Vinton-Shellsburg Center Point-Urbana Solon Independence Saydel MOC-Floyd Valley West Burlington-Notre Dame Hampton-Dumont-CAL Atlantic Algona Mount Vernon Clear Lake Sioux Center Monticello Clarke, Osceola CLASS 2A Centerville Crestwood, Cresco Estherville Lincoln Central Mid-Prairie, Wellman Williamsburg Iowa Falls-Alden Spirit Lake Anamosa Albia West Liberty Davis County, Bloomfield Sheldon Waukon Oelwein Greene County Chariton Forest City New Hampton Clarinda Okoboji, Milford North Fayette Valley Central Lee, Donnellson KPWC Cherokee, Washington Roland-Story, Story City PCM, Monroe Union, La Porte City Red Oak Tipton Des Moines Christian West Marshall, State Center West Lyon, Inwood Eddyville-Blakesburg-Fremont Garner-Hayfield-Ventura Camanche Shenandoah Unity Christian, Orange City OABCIG Southeast Valley, Gowrie Clarion-Goldfield-Dows Kuemper Catholic, Carroll Osage Panorama, Panora Pocahontas Area Emmetsburg

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Beckman Catholic, Dyersville Northeast, Goose Lake Louisa-Muscatine Jesup Dike-New Hartford Eagle Grove Treynor Belmond-Klemme Sibley-Ocheyedan Underwood Western Christian, Hull Denver Cardinal, Eldon West Central Valley, Stuart West Sioux, Hawarden South Hardin Wilton Columbus Catholic, Waterloo Sioux Central, Sioux Rapids Missouri Valley Woodward-Granger Pella Christian South Central Calhoun South Hamilton, Jewell East Marshall, LeGrand Van Meter ACGC Interstate 35, Truro West Branch Sumner-Fredericksburg Aplington-Parkersburg Hinton Cascade, Western Dubuque Hudson Mediapolis MVAOCOU East Sac County Pekin Van Buren Community Central Decatur, Leon Central Lyon, Rock Rapids Colfax-Mingo Durant Pleasantville Central Springs Ridge View Manson Northwest Webster Bellevue Postville Regina, Iowa City AHSTW, Avoca CLASS 1A Alta-Aurelia Tri-Center, Neola Clayton Ridge, Guttenberg Lake Mills MFL MarMac North Linn, Troy Mills North Union Ogden Grundy Center IKM-Manning Madrid North Cedar, Stanwood

West Fork, Sheffield South Winneshiek, Calmar Danville Lawton-Bronson Mount Ayr West Monona, Onawa Maquoketa Valley, Delhi Nodaway Valley Columbus Community, Columbus Junction Starmont Alburnett Earlham South O'Brien, Paullina Wapello Wapsie Valley, Fairbank West Hancock, Britt Sigourney East Buchanan, Winthrop Lynnville-Sully Southwest Valley Akron-Westfield Sidney Logan-Magnolia Saint Ansgar Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn Newell-Fonda Belle Plaine Lisbon AGWSR, Ackley Highland, Riverside BCLUW, Conrad New London St. Edmond, Fort Dodge Iowa Valley, Marengo Westwood, Sloan MMCRU Nashua-Plainfield North Mahaska, New Sharon East Union, Afton North Butler, Greene Southeast Warren, Liberty Center Wayne, Corydon Edgewood-Colesburg Northwood-Kensett Riverside, Oakland St. Albert, Council Bluffs Newman Catholic, Mason City Martensdale-St. Marys Midland, Wyoming GMG, Garwin B-G-M, Brooklyn Easton Valley Graettinger-Terril/Ruthven-Ayrshire Winfield-Mt. Union CAM, Anita Grand View Christian School Lone Tree Gehlen Catholic, LeMars North Tama, Traer Lenox Audubon Bishop Garrigan, Algona WACO, Wayland Montezuma

Dunkerton East Mills Rockford Central, Elkader Tripoli Springville Boyer Valley, Dunlap George-Little Rock Gladbrook-Reinbeck Central City River Valley, Correctionville Woodbine English Valleys, North English Colo-Nesco Griswold Bedford Fremont-Mills, Tabor Calamus-Wheatland Baxter Coon Rapids-Bayard Don Bosco, Gilbertville Moravia Kee, Lansing Janesville Turkey Valley, Jackson Junction Collins-Maxwell Melcher-Dallas EHK-Exira Lamoni North Iowa, Buffalo Center H-L-V, Victor Harris-Lake Park West Bend-Mallard Riceville West Harrison, Mondamin Ankeny Christian Academy Tri-County, Thornburg Twin Cedars, Bussey Seymour Murray Meskwaki Settlement School West Central, Maynard Glidden-Ralston Clarksville Keota St. Mary's, Storm Lake Stanton Trinity Christian High School Paton-Churdan Siouxland Christian Ar-We-Va, Westside St. Mary's, Remsen Marquette Catholic, Bellevue Prince of Peace Prep, Clinton Hillcrest Academy Mormon Trail, Garden Grove Whiting Essex Moulton-Udell Orient-Macksburg Heartland Christian Diagonal Iowa School for the Deaf

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2020-21 BEDS: Numerical Numerical enrollment listings for grades 9, 10, and 11; to be used for 2021-22 school year 1. Valley, West Des Moines 2. Des Moines, Lincoln 3. Johnston 4. Linn-Mar, Marion 5. Southeast Polk 6. Des Moines, East 7. Des Moines, Roosevelt 8. Ankeny Centennial 9. Waterloo, West 10. Prairie, Cedar Rapids 11. Ankeny 12. Cedar Falls 13. Waukee Northwest 14. Cedar Rapids, Kennedy 15. Davenport, Central 16. Sioux City, North 17. Dubuque, Hempstead 18. Pleasant Valley 19. Iowa City, City High 20. Waukee 21. Marshalltown 22. Bettendorf 23. Sioux City, East 24. Iowa City, West 25. Cedar Rapids, Jefferson 26. Muscatine 27. Davenport, West 28. Des Moines, North 29. Dubuque, Senior 30. Dowling Catholic, West Des Moines 31. Ames 32. Council Bluffs, Abraham Lincoln 33. Davenport, North 34. Ottumwa 35. Sioux City, West 36. Urbandale 37. Council Bluffs, Thomas Jefferson 38. Iowa City, Liberty 39. Cedar Rapids, Washington 40. Fort Dodge 41. Mason City 42. Indianola 43. Waterloo, East 44. Norwalk 45. Des Moines, Hoover 46. North Scott, Eldridge 47. Clinton 48. Burlington 49. Lewis Central 50. Epworth, Western Dubuque 51. Dallas Center-Grimes 52. Newton 53. Storm Lake 54. Denison-Schleswig 55. Spencer 56. Waverly-Shell Rock 57. Pella 58. Clear Creek-Amana

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2141 1807 1727 1666 1642 1595 1543 1395 1384 1302 1292 1285 1260 1248 1242 1240 1204 1183 1181 1171 1162 1151 1135 1113 1112 1111 1090 1088 1078 1063 1054 1016 997 995 993 959 939 886 874 823 817 814 813 768 755 750 743 725 717 717 683 668 605 600 560 555 544 523

59. Marion 60. Bondurant-Farrar 61. Carlisle 62. Boone 63. LeMars 64. Xavier, Cedar Rapids 65. Oskaloosa 66. Webster City 67. Glenwood 68. Winterset 69. Mount Pleasant 70. Fort Madison 71. Decorah 72. Perry 73. Keokuk 74. Carroll 75. ADM, Adel 76. North Polk, Alleman 77. Gilbert 78. Creston 79. Charles City 80. Fairfield 81. Central DeWitt 82. Solon 83. Knoxville 84. Bishop Heelan Catholic, Sioux City 85. Benton Community 86. Humboldt 87. Maquoketa 88. Grinnell 89. Sergeant Bluff-Luton 90. West Delaware, Manchester 91. Washington 92. Center Point-Urbana 93. Harlan Community 94. MOC-Floyd Valley 95. South Tama County, Tama 96. Ballard 97. Independence 98. Vinton-Shellsburg 99. Nevada 100. Assumption, Davenport 101. Algona 102. Sioux Center 103. Saydel 104. Hampton-Dumont-CAL 105. Mount Vernon 106. Atlantic 107. Iowa Falls-Alden 108. Clarke, Osceola 109. Wahlert, Dubuque 110. Crestwood, Cresco 111. Clear Lake 112. Anamosa 113. Estherville Lincoln Central 114. Davis County, Bloomfield 115. West Liberty 116. Williamsburg

522 520 511 491 483 474 469 457 446 436 433 431 431 422 422 422 421 412 402 400 397 395 392 389 385 376 375 371 370 370 369 365 364 364 363 357 356 354 353 346 345 342 335 328 324 324 322 322 319 319 316 316 315 309 307 305 298 293

117. Centerville 118. Oelwein 119. Albia 120. Spirit Lake 121. Monticello 122. Chariton 123. Sheldon 124. Waukon 125. Okoboji, Milford 126. New Hampton 127. Forest City 128. Cherokee, Washington 129. Mid-Prairie, Wellman 130. Greene County 131. Clarinda 132. Roland-Story, Story City 133. Union, LaPorte City 134. Des Moines Christian 135. Tipton 136. Southeast Valley, Gowrie 137. Central Lee, Donnellson 138. North Fayette Valley 139. Red Oak 140. West Marshall, State Center 141. OABCIG 142. PCM, Monroe 143. Garner-Hayfield-Ventura 144. Shenandoah 145. Unity Christian, Orange City 146. West Burlington 147. Clarion-Goldfield-Dows 148. Northeast, Goose Lake 149. West Lyon, Inwood 150. Eddyville-Blakesburg-Fremont 151. Pocahontas Area 152. Camanche 153. Osage 154. Jesup 155. Kuemper Catholic, Carroll 156. Treynor 157. Rock Valley 158. Eagle Grove 159. Western Christian, Hull 160. Columbus Catholic, Waterloo 161. Emmetsburg 162. Interstate 35, Truro 163. Cardinal, Eldon 164. West Central Valley, Stuart 165. Van Meter 166. Underwood 167. Beckman Catholic, Dyersville 168. Sibley-Ocheyedan 169. MVAOCOU 170. Mediapolis 171. East Marshall, LeGrand 172. Louisa-Muscatine 173. Dike-New Hartford 174. Denver

289 288 288 283 282 278 277 265 263 260 255 253 252 252 251 248 244 244 242 242 241 240 239 238 238 234 230 229 227 226 226 222 221 221 220 220 218 217 215 213 212 208 207 204 202 201 199 197 197 197 196 194 194 194 194 190 190 190 IHSAA Bulletin


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BEDS: Numerical 175. Wilton 176. East Sac County 177. South Central Calhoun 178. West Sioux, Hawarden 179. Aplington-Parkersburg 180. Woodward-Granger 181. Belmond-Klemme 182. Sumner-Fredericksburg 183. South Hamilton, Jewell 184. Ridge View 185. Panorama, Panora 186. Manson Northwest Webster 187. Pella Christian 188. Central Springs 189. Central Decatur, Leon 190. Sioux Central, Sioux Rapids 191. MFL MarMac 192. ACGC 193. Van Buren County 194. Central Lyon, Rock Rapids 195. Cascade, Western Dubuque 196. Boyden-Hull 197. Regina, Iowa City 198. South Hardin 199. Postville 200. Durant 201. West Monona, Onawa 202. West Branch 203. Pleasantville 204. Hinton 205. Missouri Valley 206. Grundy Center 207. Colfax-Mingo 208. Alta-Aurelia 209. North Union 210. Hudson 211. Pekin 212. Ogden 213. North Cedar, Stanwood 214. Bellevue 215. Alburnett 216. Wapsie Valley, Fairbank 217. Southwest Valley 218. AHSTW, Avoca 219. Lake Mills 220. IKM-Manning 221. South Winneshiek, Calmar 222. Lawton-Bronson 223. Clayton Ridge, Guttenberg 224. Nodaway Valley 225. Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn 226. West Fork, Sheffield 227. Madrid 228. Logan-Magnolia 229. Earlham 230. Danville 231. Columbus Community, Columbus Junction 232. Starmont 233. Maquoketa Valley, Delhi 234. AGWSR, Ackley 235. Westwood, Sloan 236. Tri-Center, Neola 237. South O'Brien, Paullina 238. BCLUW, Conrad Spring 2021

189 189 188 187 187 184 183 181 180 180 180 180 179 179 179 178 175 175 174 173 172 172 171 170 170 170 169 169 169 169 168 167 164 162 161 161 159 158 157 157 157 155 155 155 154 153 152 152 152 151 150 149 149 148 147 147 146 144 142 142 139 139 139 139

239. Mount Ayr 240. West Hancock, Britt 241. North Linn, Troy Mills 242. Newell-Fonda 243. Woodbury Central, Moville 244. East Buchanan, Winthrop 245. Sigourney 246. Lisbon 247. North Butler, Greene 248. MMCRU 249. New London 250. Iowa Valley, Marengo 251. Akron-Westfield 252. Newman Catholic, Mason City 253. Sidney 254. Lynnville-Sully 255. Nashua-Plainfield 256. North Mahaska, New Sharon 257. Highland, Riverside 258. Wapello 259. Martensdale-St. Marys 260. East Union, Afton 261. Saint Ansgar 262. Riverside, Oakland 263. Wayne, Corydon 264. Grand View Christian School 265. St. Edmond, Fort Dodge 266. Easton Valley 267. GMG, Garwin 268. Northwood-Kensett 269. English Valleys, North English 270. East Mills 271. B-G-M, Brooklyn 272. Belle Plaine 273. CAM, Anita 274. Midland, Wyoming 275. Southeast Warren, Liberty Center 276. Notre Dame, Burlington 277. WACO, Wayland 278. Edgewood-Colesburg 279. St. Albert, Council Bluffs 280. North Tama, Traer 281. Gladbrook-Reinbeck 282. Gehlen Catholic, LeMars 283. Baxter 284. Woodward Academy 285. Lone Tree 286. Bedford 287. Montezuma 288. Lenox 289. Winfield-Mt. Union 290. George-Little Rock 291. Collins-Maxwell 292. Central, Elkader 293. Kingsley-Pierson 294. Central City 295. Griswold 296. Colo-NESCO 297. Bishop Garrigan, Algona 298. Audubon 299. Dunkerton 300. Calamus-Wheatland 301. Moravia 302. Fremont-Mills, Tabor

137 136 136 136 135 135 134 134 133 133 132 132 132 131 130 130 128 127 127 126 126 125 124 122 121 121 120 117 116 115 115 115 114 114 113 112 110 110 109 109 108 108 107 107 107 106 106 105 104 104 103 103 103 103 102 100 99 98 98 97 96 96 95 95

303. Woodbine 304. Rockford 305. Springville 306. River Valley, Correctionville 307. Tripoli 308. Turkey Valley, Jackson Junction 309. North Iowa, Buffalo Center 310. Boyer Valley, Dunlap 311. Ankeny Christian Academy 312. Exira Elk Horn-Kimballton 313. West Bend-Mallard 314. Kee, Lansing 315. Graettinger-Terril 316. Coon Rapids-Bayard 317. Harris-Lake Park 318. Melcher-Dallas 319. Janesville 320. Lamoni 321. H-L-V, Victor 322. Twin Cedars, Bussey 323. Riceville 324. West Harrison, Mondamin 325. Meskwaki Settlement School 326. Don Bosco, Gilbertville 327. Glidden-Ralston 328. Clarksville 329. Murray 330. Seymour 331. Tri-County, Thornburg 332. West Central, Maynard 333. Trinity Christian 334. Siouxland Christian 335. Keota 336. Stanton 337. Mormon Trail, Garden Grove 338. Paton-Churdan 339. St. Mary's, Remsen 340. Holy Trinity Catholic, Fort Madison 341. Whiting 342. Essex 343. Maharishi, Fairfield 344. St. Mary's, Storm Lake 345. Ar-We-Va, Westside 346. Prince of Peace Catholic, Clinton 347. Marquette Catholic, Bellevue 348. Waterloo Christian School 349. Moulton-Udell 350. Rivermont Collegiate, Bettendorf 351. Orient-Macksburg 352. Ruthven-Ayrshire 353. Valley Lutheran, Cedar Falls 354. Hillcrest Academy 355. Diagonal 356. Isaac Newton Christian Academy 357. South Page, College Springs 358. Morning Star Academy, Bettendorf 359. WEST Academy 360. Cedar Valley Christian 361. Scattergood Friends 362. Heartland Christian 363. North Iowa Christian School 364. Iowa School for the Deaf 365. Ottumwa Christian School Source: Iowa Department of Education

94 94 93 93 92 88 86 86 86 83 82 82 81 80 78 77 75 71 71 70 67 66 66 65 63 63 62 60 59 58 58 57 55 53 52 50 49 49 47 47 45 42 41 40 40 39 38 37 35 34 33 33 32 31 30 30 28 25 24 23 18 16 12

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2020-21 BEDS: Alphabetical Alphabetical enrollment listings for grades 9, 10, and 11; to be used for 2021-22 school year 192. ACGC 75. ADM, Adel 234. AGWSR, Ackley 218. AHSTW, Avoca 251. Akron-Westfield 119. Albia 215. Alburnett 101. Algona 208. Alta-Aurelia 31. Ames 112. Anamosa 11. Ankeny 8. Ankeny Centennial 311. Ankeny Christian Academy 179. Aplington-Parkersburg 345. Ar-We-Va, Westside 100. Assumption, Davenport 106. Atlantic 298. Audubon 96. Ballard 283. Baxter 238. BCLUW, Conrad 167. Beckman Catholic, Dyersville 286. Bedford 272. Belle Plaine 214. Bellevue 181. Belmond-Klemme 85. Benton Community 22. Bettendorf 271. B-G-M, Brooklyn 297. Bishop Garrigan, Algona 84. Bishop Heelan Catholic, Sioux City 60. Bondurant-Farrar 62. Boone 196. Boyden-Hull 310. Boyer Valley, Dunlap 48. Burlington 300. Calamus-Wheatland 273. CAM, Anita 152. Camanche 163. Cardinal, Eldon 61. Carlisle 74. Carroll 195. Cascade, Western Dubuque 12. Cedar Falls 25. Cedar Rapids, Jefferson 14. Cedar Rapids, Kennedy 39. Cedar Rapids, Washington 360. Cedar Valley Christian 92. Center Point-Urbana 117. Centerville 294. Central City 189. Central Decatur, Leon 81. Central DeWitt 137. Central Lee, Donnellson 194. Central Lyon, Rock Rapids 188. Central Springs 292. Central, Elkader

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175 421 142 155 132 288 157 335 162 1054 309 1292 1395 86 187 41 342 322 97 354 107 139 196 105 114 157 183 375 1151 114 98 376 520 491 172 86 725 96 113 220 199 511 422 172 1285 1112 1248 874 25 364 289 100 179 392 241 173 179 103

122. Chariton 278 79. Charles City 397 128. Cherokee, Washington 253 131. Clarinda 251 147. Clarion-Goldfield-Dows 226 108. Clarke, Osceola 319 328. Clarksville 63 223. Clayton Ridge, Guttenberg 152 58. Clear Creek-Amana 523 111. Clear Lake 315 47. Clinton 743 207. Colfax-Mingo 164 291. Collins-Maxwell 103 296. Colo-NESCO 98 160. Columbus Catholic, Waterloo 204 231. Columbus Community, Columbus Junction 146 316. Coon Rapids-Bayard 80 1016 32. Council Bluffs, Abraham Lincoln 37. Council Bluffs, Thomas Jefferson 939 78. Creston 400 110. Crestwood, Cresco 316 51. Dallas Center-Grimes 683 147 230. Danville 15. Davenport, Central 1242 33. Davenport, North 997 27. Davenport, West 1090 114. Davis County, Bloomfield 305 431 71. Decorah 54. Denison-Schleswig 600 174. Denver 190 134. Des Moines Christian 244 6. Des Moines, East 1595 755 45. Des Moines, Hoover 2. Des Moines, Lincoln 1807 28. Des Moines, North 1088 7. Des Moines, Roosevelt 1543 355. Diagonal 32 190 173. Dike-New Hartford 326. Don Bosco, Gilbertville 65 30. Dowling Catholic, West Des Moines 1063 17. Dubuque, Hempstead 1204 29. Dubuque, Senior 1078 299. Dunkerton 96 200. Durant 170 158. Eagle Grove 208 229. Earlham 147 244. East Buchanan, Winthrop 135 171. East Marshall, LeGrand 194 270. East Mills 115 176. East Sac County 189 260. East Union, Afton 125 266. Easton Valley 117 150. Eddyville-Blakesburg-Fremont 221 278. Edgewood-Colesburg 109 161. Emmetsburg 202 269. English Valleys, North English 115 50. Epworth, Western Dubuque 717 342. Essex 47

113. Estherville Lincoln Central 312. Exira Elk Horn-Kimballton 80. Fairfield 127. Forest City 40. Fort Dodge 70. Fort Madison 302. Fremont-Mills, Tabor 143. Garner-Hayfield-Ventura 282. Gehlen Catholic, LeMars 290. George-Little Rock 77. Gilbert 281. Gladbrook-Reinbeck 67. Glenwood 327. Glidden-Ralston 267. GMG, Garwin 315. Graettinger-Terril 264. Grand View Christian School 130. Greene County 88. Grinnell 295. Griswold 206. Grundy Center 104. Hampton-Dumont-CAL 93. Harlan Community 317. Harris-Lake Park 225. Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn 362. Heartland Christian 257. Highland, Riverside 354. Hillcrest Academy 204. Hinton 321. H-L-V, Victor 340. Holy Trinity Catholic, Fort Madison 210. Hudson 86. Humboldt 220. IKM-Manning 97. Independence 42. Indianola 162. Interstate 35, Truro 19. Iowa City, City High 38. Iowa City, Liberty 24. Iowa City, West 107. Iowa Falls-Alden 364. Iowa School for the Deaf 250. Iowa Valley, Marengo 356. Isaac Newton Christian Academy 319. Janesville 154. Jesup 3. Johnston 314. Kee, Lansing 73. Keokuk 335. Keota 293. Kingsley-Pierson 83. Knoxville 155. Kuemper Catholic, Carroll 219. Lake Mills 320. Lamoni 222. Lawton-Bronson 63. LeMars 288. Lenox

307 83 395 255 823 431 95 230 107 103 402 107 446 63 116 81 121 252 370 99 167 324 363 78 150 23 127 33 169 71 49 161 371 153 353 814 201 1181 886 1113 319 16 132 31 75 217 1727 82 422 55 102 385 215 154 71 152 483 104

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BEDS: Alphabetical 49. Lewis Central 4. Linn-Mar, Marion 246. Lisbon 228. Logan-Magnolia 285. Lone Tree 172. Louisa-Muscatine 254. Lynnville-Sully 227. Madrid 343. Maharishi, Fairfield 186. Manson Northwest Webster 87. Maquoketa 233. Maquoketa Valley, Delhi 59. Marion 347. Marquette Catholic, Bellevue 21. Marshalltown 259. Martensdale-St. Marys 41. Mason City 170. Mediapolis 318. Melcher-Dallas 325. Meskwaki Settlement School 191. MFL MarMac 274. Midland, Wyoming 129. Mid-Prairie, Wellman 205. Missouri Valley 248. MMCRU 94. MOC-Floyd Valley 287. Montezuma 121. Monticello 301. Moravia 337. Mormon Trail, Garden Grove 358. Morning Star Academy, Bettendorf 349. Moulton-Udell 239. Mount Ayr 69. Mount Pleasant 105. Mount Vernon 329. Murray 26. Muscatine 169. MVAOCOU 255. Nashua-Plainfield 99. Nevada 126. New Hampton 249. New London 242. Newell-Fonda 252. Newman Catholic, Mason City 52. Newton 224. Nodaway Valley 247. North Butler, Greene 213. North Cedar, Stanwood 138. North Fayette Valley 363. North Iowa Christian School 309. North Iowa, Buffalo Center 241. North Linn, Troy Mills 256. North Mahaska, New Sharon 76. North Polk, Alleman 46. North Scott, Eldridge 280. North Tama, Traer 209. North Union 148. Northeast, Goose Lake 268. Northwood-Kensett 44. Norwalk 276. Notre Dame, Burlington 141. OABCIG 118. Oelwein 212. Ogden Spring 2021

717 1666 134 148 106 190 130 149 45 180 370 142 522 40 1162 126 817 194 77 66 175 112 252 168 133 357 104 282 95 52 30 38 137 433 322 62 1111 194 128 345 260 132 136 131 668 151 133 157 240 18 86 136 127 412 750 108 161 222 115 768 110 238 288 158

125. Okoboji, Milford 351. Orient-Macksburg 153. Osage 65. Oskaloosa 34. Ottumwa 365. Ottumwa Christian School 185. Panorama, Panora 338. Paton-Churdan 142. PCM, Monroe 211. Pekin 57. Pella 187. Pella Christian 72. Perry 18. Pleasant Valley 203. Pleasantville 151. Pocahontas Area 199. Postville 10. Prairie, Cedar Rapids 346. Prince of Peace Catholic, Clinton 139. Red Oak 197. Regina, Iowa City 323. Riceville 184. Ridge View 306. River Valley, Correctionville 350. Rivermont Collegiate, Bettendorf 262. Riverside, Oakland 157. Rock Valley 304. Rockford 132. Roland-Story, Story City 352. Ruthven-Ayrshire 261. Saint Ansgar 103. Saydel 361. Scattergood Friends 89. Sergeant Bluff-Luton 330. Seymour 123. Sheldon 144. Shenandoah 168. Sibley-Ocheyedan 253. Sidney 245. Sigourney 102. Sioux Center 190. Sioux Central, Sioux Rapids 23. Sioux City, East 16. Sioux City, North 35. Sioux City, West 334. Siouxland Christian 82. Solon 177. South Central Calhoun 183. South Hamilton, Jewell 198. South Hardin 237. South O'Brien, Paullina 357. South Page, College Springs 95. South Tama County, Tama 221. South Winneshiek, Calmar 5. Southeast Polk 136. Southeast Valley, Gowrie 275. Southeast Warren, Liberty Center 217. Southwest Valley 55. Spencer 120. Spirit Lake 305. Springville 279. St. Albert, Council Bluffs 265. St. Edmond, Fort Dodge 339. St. Mary's, Remsen

263 35 218 469 995 12 180 50 234 159 544 179 422 1183 169 220 170 1302 40 239 171 67 180 93 37 122 212 94 248 34 124 324 24 369 60 277 229 194 130 134 328 178 1135 1240 993 57 389 188 180 170 139 30 356 152 1642 242 110 155 560 283 93 108 120 49

344. St. Mary's, Storm Lake 42 336. Stanton 53 232. Starmont 144 53. Storm Lake 605 182. Sumner-Fredericksburg 181 135. Tipton 242 156. Treynor 213 236. Tri-Center, Neola 139 331. Tri-County, Thornburg 59 333. Trinity Christian 58 307. Tripoli 92 308. Turkey Valley, Jackson Junction 88 322. Twin Cedars, Bussey 70 166. Underwood 197 133. Union, LaPorte City 244 145. Unity Christian, Orange City 227 36. Urbandale 959 353. Valley Lutheran, Cedar Falls 33 1. Valley, West Des Moines 2141 193. Van Buren County 174 165. Van Meter 197 98. Vinton-Shellsburg 346 277. WACO, Wayland 109 109. Wahlert, Dubuque 316 126 258. Wapello 216. Wapsie Valley, Fairbank 155 91. Washington 364 348. Waterloo Christian School 39 43. Waterloo, East 813 1384 9. Waterloo, West 20. Waukee 1171 13. Waukee Northwest 1260 124. Waukon 265 56. Waverly-Shell Rock 555 121 263. Wayne, Corydon 66. Webster City 457 359. WEST Academy 28 313. West Bend-Mallard 82 202. West Branch 169 226 146. West Burlington 164. West Central Valley, Stuart 197 332. West Central, Maynard 58 90. West Delaware, Manchester 365 226. West Fork, Sheffield 149 136 240. West Hancock, Britt 324. West Harrison, Mondamin 66 115. West Liberty 298 149. West Lyon, Inwood 221 140. West Marshall, State Center 238 201. West Monona, Onawa 169 178. West Sioux, Hawarden 187 159. Western Christian, Hull 207 235. Westwood, Sloan 139 341. Whiting 47 116. Williamsburg 293 175. Wilton 189 289. Winfield-Mt. Union 103 68. Winterset 436 303. Woodbine 94 243. Woodbury Central, Moville 135 284. Woodward Academy 106 180. Woodward-Granger 184 64. Xavier, Cedar Rapids 474 Source: Iowa Department of Education

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ejection reports

Ejection Reports Football, basketball, and wrestling ejections from the 2020-21 seasons FOOTBALL Player Report

There were 58 ejections of student-athletes during the 2020 football season.

Number of ejections by level

7th 8th 9th 10th 11th 12th 3 2 3 18 9 23

Reasons for ejections

Reason # Throwing Punch 19 Two unsportsmanlike penalties 16 Illegal Personal Contact 12 Unsportsmanlike misconduct 5 Targeting 4 Flagrant foul 1 Taunting 1

When ejections occurred

Week JH 9th 10th JV Varsity 1 0 0 0 0 5 2 0 1 0 1 1 3 0 0 1 0 4 4 0 0 1 3 6 5 2 0 0 2 6 6 1 0 0 2 5 7 1 0 0 3 5 8 1 1 0 1 0 P 0 0 0 0 5 TOTAL 5 2 2 12 37

Last five seasons of ejections

Year JH 9th 10th JV Varsity 2016 5 6 6 11 42 2017 10 9 8 7 41 2018 11 6 4 15 59 2019 7 14 3 14 46 2020 5 2 2 12 37

Total 5 3 5 10 10 8 9 3 5 58 Total 70 75 95 84 58

Coach Report There were 7 ejections of coaches during the 2020 football season.

List of coaches ejected

School Coach Level Clarinda Zach Goering Varsity Columbus Community, Columbus Jct. Telly Zuniga Varsity East Union, Afton Tony Neubauer Varsity Humboldt Zach Gotto Junior High Glidden-Ralston Cole Corson Varsity Northwood-Kensett Mike Reindl Junior High Waterloo, East Rafael Benitez-Reyes Junior High All 7 coaches were ejected for unsportsmanlike conduct.

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Teacher/Non-Teacher Non-Teacher Non-Teacher Non-Teacher Teacher Teacher Teacher Teacher

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ejection reports 2020-21 Ejections BASKETBALL

Player Report

Coach Report

There were 9 ejections of student-athletes during the 2020-21 season.

There were 8 ejections of coaches during the 2020-21 season.

7th 1

Number of ejections by level

8th 0

9th 2

10th 0

JV 2

Varsity 4

JH 0

Reasons for ejections

10th 1

JV 2

Varsity 5

List of coaches ejected

Reason # Two technical fouls 6 Flagrant misconduct 3

Number of ejections by level

9th 0

School Belmond-Klemme Cardinal, Eldon Davenport, North Interstate 35, Truro Meskwaki Settlement School Midland, Wyoming Moulton-Udell Wapello

Last 10 seasons of ejections Year # 2011-12 24 2012-13 15 2013-14 17 2014-15 25 2015-16 18 2016-17 19 2017-18 27 2018-19 22 2019-20 28 2020-21 9

Coach Justin Meyer Sam Pedersen Mike Crawford Nathan Rankin Garrett Bear Ben Hildebrandt Tim Johnson Andy Rohr

Level Teacher/Non Varsity Teacher Junior Varsity Teacher Sophomore Non-Teacher Varsity Non-Teacher Varsity Non-Teacher Varsity Teacher Varsity Non-Teacher Varsity Non-Teacher

Note: One student-athlete will be ineligible for the first game of the 2021-22 season

WRESTLING

Player Report

Coach Report

There were 19 ejections of student-athletes during the 2020-21 season.

There were no reported ejections of coaches during the 2020-21 season.

7th 0

Number of ejections by level

8th 1

9th 0

10th 0

JV 3

Varsity 15

JH 0

Number of ejections by level

9th 0

10th 0

JV 0

Varsity 0

Reasons for ejections

Reason # Flagrant misconduct 12 Verbal misconduct 4 Biting 3

Note: Two student-athletes will be ineligible for the first event of the 2021-22 season

STUDENTS NOW ... CITIZENS FOREVER A Trademark of High School Activities

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academic achievement

Academic Achievement Team honorees from 2020-21 seasons School

Coach

BASKETBALL Distinguished in Academic Achievement

Albia Alta-Aurelia Ankeny Ar-We-Va, Westside Audubon BCLUW, Conrad Beckman Catholic, Dyersville Belle Plaine Bellevue Belmond-Klemme Benton Community BGM, Brooklyn Bondurant-Farrar Cascade, Western Dubuque Central DeWitt Clarke, Osceola Denver Dike-New Hartford Gladbrook-Reinbeck GMG, Garwin Griswold Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn Hillcrest Academy Hudson Iowa Valley, Marengo Johnston Lenox Madrid Maquoketa Valley, Delhi Martensdale-St. Marys Mediapolis Murray Newell-Fonda North Polk, Alleman North Scott, Eldridge Northeast, Goose Lake Notre Dame, Burlington Osage Regina, Iowa City Saint Ansgar Shenandoah Sioux Central, Sioux Rapids St. Albert, Council Bluffs Tipton Treynor Tri-Center, Neola Unity Christian, Orange City Urbandale Xavier, Cedar Rapids

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Kevin Archer Evan Franzmeier Brandt Carlson Matt Wilken Coleman Mullenix Evan Janssen Mike Molony Justin Northrop Chet Knake Justin Meyer Larry Carlson Scott Sharp Travis Evans Nate McMullen Grady Gallagher Michael Fischels Kyle Matthias Greg Moore Scott Kiburis Michael Plett Jake Speer Mark Petersen Dwight Gingerich Derek Girling Randy Carney Brian Frick Curtis Fisher Brian Surratt Eric Conner Joe Franey Greg Worrall Darin Wookey Chad Buchholz Nick Wilkins Shamus Budde Brandon Hansen Dan Kies Mike Brahn Gary Belger Bret Williams Jay Soderberg Stephen Tjaden Larry Peterson Brad Bockwoldt Scott Rucker Chad Harder Cody Harskamp Jon Schmitz Mike Freeman

GPA

School

3.35 3.25 3.31 3.36 3.29 3.32 3.53 3.37 3.45 3.26 3.53 3.40 3.47 3.37 3.31 3.68 3.55 3.41 3.39 3.42 3.52 3.29 3.67 3.65 3.38 3.53 3.48 3.28 3.45 3.30 3.54 3.34 3.47 3.68 3.37 3.60 3.80 3.49 3.67 3.37 3.32 3.60 3.33 3.42 3.59 3.30 3.60 3.34 3.27

Coach

GPA

Excellence in Academic Achievement

Anamosa Kevin Barnes Belle Plaine Justin Northrop Bishop Garrigan, Algona Mark Meister Clarinda Rodney Eberly Don Bosco, Gilbertville Zack Goodwin Dubuque, Hempstead Curt Deutsch Dunkerton Todd Kuntz Grinnell Brandon Sharp Harlan Community Mitch Osborn Janesville Joseph McKenna Jesup Joe Smeins Kuemper Catholic, Carroll Sean Minnehan Lynnville-Sully Nick Harthoorn Bryant Porter New London North Fayette Valley Matt Krambeer Postville Ridge View Alex Warnke Sibley-Ocheyedan Brandon Bergfeld John Burrell Southeast Warren, Liberty Center Springville Nick Merritt Sumner-Fredericksburg Michael Quigley Union, La Porte City Dan Hensing Vinton-Shellsburg Joe Johnson Washington Collin Stark Winterset Josh Henry Woodbine Kyle Bartels

BOWLING Distinguished in Academic Achievement Ankeny Bellevue Bondurant-Farrar Denver Southeast Warren, Liberty Center Urbandale Xavier, Cedar Rapids

Lane Richtsmeier Riley Till, Randy Weber Matt Johnston Rick Wilson Andrea Benjamin Gretta Richardson Russ Camacho

3.17 3.22 3.24 3.11 3.10 3.03 3.18 3.01 3.00 3.14 3.17 3.24 3.05 3.18 3.20 3.02 3.09 3.18 3.12 3.02 3.15 3.24 3.17 3.14 3.20 3.10

3.25 3.44 3.35 3.47 3.63 3.38 3.25

Excellence in Academic Achievement

Central DeWitt Lenox North Fayette Valley North Scott, Eldridge Shenandoah Sioux City, West St. Albert, Council Bluffs Sumner-Fredericksburg Tri-Center, Neola Vinton-Shellsburg

Bill Perdieu Caleb Lange Leland Ellis Marie Tharp Darin Pease Benjamin Nelson Mike Klusman R Dougan Kelly Alfers Amber Pattee

3.12 3.18 3.22 3.20 3.10 3.00 3.20 3.14 3.09 3.19

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academic achievement 2020-21 School

Coach

GPA

CROSS COUNTRY Distinguished in Academic Achievement

Ankeny Ankeny Centennial Atlantic Ballard BCLUW, Conrad Bishop Garrigan, Algona Bondurant-Farrar Cascade, Western Dubuque Central DeWitt Clarinda Davis County, Bloomfield Denver Dike-New Hartford Don Bosco, Gilbertville Dunkerton East Marshall, LeGrand GMG, Garwin Grinnell Harlan Community HLV, Victor Hudson Iowa City, City High Isaac Newton Christian Academy Johnston Kuemper Catholic, Carroll Lynnville-Sully Marquette Catholic, Bellevue Marshalltown Martensdale-St. Marys Mediapolis Midland, Wyoming North Fayette Valley North Linn, Troy Mills North Scott, Eldridge Northeast, Goose Lake Osage Perry Regina, Iowa City Ridge View Sheldon Sibley-Ocheyedan Sioux Center Sioux City, West Southeast Valley, Gowrie Springville Tipton Treynor Tri-Center, Neola Union, La Porte City Unity Christian, Orange City Van Buren County Vinton-Shellsburg Washington West Bend-Mallard Spring 2021

Jon Lindaman Chad Fickbohm Dan Vargason Scott Barth Donna Fiscus Brandon & Cassie Rowley Erin Bone Robert Davidshofer Eric Olson Jane Mayer Josh Husted Sandy Sabelka Will Reingardt Shawn Moses Emilee Miller Trent Taylor Blake Keller Trent Edsen Doug Renkly Matt Vavroch Holly Petersen Jayme Skay Larry Kendall Matt Jaschen Mark Kloser Darin Arkema Olivia Dietzel Chad Pietig Andrea Benson Mitch Timmerman Jon Eganhouse Neal Bentley Bob Mudd; Dan Schmidt Amy Knoche Trenton Weaver Thomas Meier Ryan Marzen Liam Hartley Katie Tesch Kyle Zankowski Ryan Wiersma Brock Lehman Abigail Mehlhaff Travis Nuss Steve Pershing Eric Walsh Chaley Hempel Alexia Cochran Travis Fleshner, Mark Hookham Karl Kaemingk Lucinda Moews Jeff Mangold Stefanie Haworth Ben Hellman

3.59 3.73 3.39 3.67 3.30 3.57 3.50 3.68 3.42 3.58 3.83 3.77 3.62 3.35 3.49 3.30 3.74 3.65 3.41 3.37 3.71 3.48 3.64 3.79 3.37 3.26 3.35 3.52 3.31 3.75 3.37 3.66 3.55 3.43 3.61 3.39 3.26 3.60 3.59 3.42 3.42 3.58 3.40 3.32 3.72 3.80 3.73 3.66 3.62 3.50 3.52 3.36 3.73 3.98

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Coach

GPA

West Harrison, Mondamin Woodbury Central, Moville Xavier, Cedar Rapids

Troy Maasen Dan Bormann, Dean Harpenau Nathan Hopp

3.84 3.40 3.58

Excellence in Academic Achievement

Burlington Collins-Maxwell Eagle Grove East Union, Afton Garner-Hayfield-Ventura IKM-Manning Jesup Mason City Shenandoah South Central Calhoun St. Albert, Council Bluffs Sumner-Fredericksburg Turkey Valley, Jackson Junction Woodbine

Jim Hofmann Jerry Meinerts Ben Demuth Richard Bryson Ryan Hinders Robert Cast Nick Green Tyler Ketelsen Andy Campbell Brian Knapp Russ Sindelar Linda Wright Sarah Bakula Rod Smith

FOOTBALL Distinguished in Academic Achievement

Ankeny Atlantic Ballard BCLUW, Conrad Beckman Catholic, Dyersville Cascade, Western Dubuque Central DeWitt Davis County, Bloomfield Denver Dike-New Hartford Easton Valley Emmetsburg Garner-Hayfield-Ventura Gladbrook-Reinbeck Hudson Lamoni Mediapolis Murray Newell-Fonda North Polk, Alleman North Tama, Traer Northeast, Goose Lake Osage Regina, Iowa City Rock Valley Sioux Center St. Albert, Council Bluffs Tipton Treynor Unity Christian, Orange City West Bend-Mallard West Harrison, Mondamin Xavier, Cedar Rapids

Rick Nelson Mike McDermott Corey Vespestad, Kyle Howard Dustin Grothoff Mark Atwater Tim Frake Ryan Streets Scott Murdock Rhett Barrett Don Betts Tony Johnson Mike Dunlap Darrell Schumacher John Olson Justin Brekke Bryan Nowlin Brian Borrison Shawn Oaks Brian Wilken Tim TeBrink Taylor Wurth Mark Lee Torian Wolf Marv Cook Cory Brandt Tim Van Regenmorter Jake Driver Mark Langenfeld Jeff Casey Josh Van Kempen Tyson Wirtz Andrew Steveson Duane Schulte

3.14 3.21 3.24 3.24 3.21 3.11 3.02 3.13 3.14 3.18 3.23 3.18 3.10 3.01

3.29 3.32 3.36 3.28 3.55 3.40 3.36 3.27 3.44 3.29 3.54 3.25 3.40 3.39 3.37 3.25 3.41 3.29 3.43 3.53 3.37 3.37 3.47 3.49 3.29 3.38 3.50 3.28 3.48 3.40 3.64 3.27 3.30

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academic achievement 2020-21 School

Coach

GPA

Justin Huber Kevin Ferguson Jerry Pezzetti,Ryan Pezzetti Jerod Burns Marty Wadle Zach Pfantz Collin Bevins Jon Steffen Logan Willard Greg Lee Tony Neubauer Adam Anthony Chase Wallace Tom Casey Dan Sabers Tim Sauer Brian Woodley Ryan Steinkamp Michael Nardini & Cole Bonde Mike Parkinson Derek Wharton Lennie Miller Justin Heins Brad Kemnitz, Dan Frerichs Kevin Tippet Kevin Johnson Dale Tokheim Brandon Goodchild Bryan Case Mike Swieter Joe Martin Mark Scott Brian Johnson Jim Womochil James Harris Jim Lindsay Doug Winkowitsch Dustin Crook Kurt Bremer

3.09 3.22 3.17 3.08 3.14 3.17 3.05 3.13 3.09 3.15 3.09 3.09 3.07 3.13 3.20 3.02 3.16 3.13 3.03 3.05 3.17 3.16 3.18 3.00 3.17 3.10 3.24 3.00 3.04 3.15 3.13 3.08 3.17 3.24 3.01 3.13 3.23 3.11 3.04

Ankeny Ankeny Centennial Burlington Central DeWitt Iowa City, City High Johnston Marshalltown Mason City North Scott, Eldridge Xavier, Cedar Rapids

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Mike Weddingfeld Rick Fee Brian Mumm Jen Froeschle David Brighton Carson Hattel Lucas Johnson Jordan Dickson Collin Ellis Tim O'Brien

GPA

Distinguished in Academic Achievement

Dubuque, Hempstead Grinnell Johnston Marshalltown Mason City Vinton-Shellsburg

3.48 3.69 3.40 3.51 3.74 3.58 3.60 3.54 3.47 3.50

Rick Loeffelholz Travis Smith Darin Robertson Mike Loupee Steve Hugo Rob Levis

3.36 3.69 3.48 3.40 3.43 3.42

Excellence in Academic Achievement

Carroll

Deb Danner

3.21

WRESTLING

Distinguished in Academic Achievement

Anamosa Bret Jones 3.28 Ankeny Jack Wignall 3.34 Tyler Christensen, Shawn Bohlmann 3.28 Audubon Beckman Catholic, Dyersville Steve Lueck 3.33 Belmond-Klemme Tony Andrews 3.28 Collin Bevins 3.47 Clarinda Clarke, Osceola Brian Reece 3.68 Denver Nate Skaar 3.68 Dike-New Hartford Tony Norton 3.25 Don Bosco, Gilbertville Tom Hogan 3.30 Beau Jack 3.49 HLV, Victor Hudson Wayne Haskovec 3.43 Iowa City, City High Cory Connell 3.27 Iowa Valley, Marengo Jeremy Kriegel 3.29 Kuemper Catholic, Carroll Shane Vaughn 3.31 Martensdale-St. Marys Brian Sweet 3.29 3.42 Mediapolis North Fayette Valley Jacob Pedersen 3.29 Kirk Hesse 3.35 North Polk, Alleman Northeast, Goose Lake Drake Wawro 3.44 Brent Jennings 3.53 Osage Sibley-Ocheyedan Stan DeZeeuw 3.39 Southeast Warren, Liberty Center Chase Petty 3.41 Treynor Phil Kennedy 3.42 Union, La Porte City Bart Mehlert 3.25 Vinton-Shellsburg Brian Sheston 3.33

GOLF - FALL Distinguished in Academic Achievement

Coach

SWIMMING

Excellence in Academic Achievement

Albia Ames Ankeny Centennial BGM, Brooklyn Bishop Garrigan, Algona Bondurant-Farrar Clarinda Dunkerton Eagle Grove East Marshall, LeGrand East Union, Afton GMG, Garwin Griswold IKM-Manning Iowa City, City High Jesup Johnston Kuemper Catholic, Carroll Lenox Lynnville-Sully Martensdale-St. Marys Midland, Wyoming North Fayette Valley North Iowa, Buffalo Center North Scott, Eldridge Postville Ridge View Sioux Central, Sioux Rapids South Central Calhoun Southeast Valley, Gowrie Springville Turkey Valley, Jackson Junction Van Buren County Vinton-Shellsburg Washington West Central Valley, Stuart West Delaware, Manchester Woodbine Woodbury Central, Moville

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Excellence in Academic Achievement

Belle Plaine Bondurant-Farrar Camanche Central DeWitt Dubuque, Hempstead Forest City Interstate 35, Truro Johnston Lynnville-Sully Maquoketa Valley, Delhi Mason City North Scott, Eldridge Postville Regina, Iowa City

Brandon Heying Matt Wonderlin Brent Carstensen Matt Ohnemus Chuck Haas Steve Staudt Cody Swim Aaron Tecklenburg Jason Walston Kurt Hatfield Dusty Rhodes Drew Kelly Bryan Mueller Zach Ries

3.18 3.22 3.00 3.15 3.05 3.11 3.04 3.14 3.08 3.01 3.03 3.07 3.16 3.22 IHSAA Bulletin


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GPA

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Shenandoah St. Albert, Council Bluffs Sumner-Fredericksburg Tipton Urbandale Winterset Xavier, Cedar Rapids

Todd McGinnis Jeremy Hulshizer, Connor Donegan Jeff Meyer Matt Nerem Mike Moreno Ryan Jensen Ryan Chambers

3.00 3.15 3.05 3.11 3.20 3.07 3.07

CHEER - BASKETBALL Distinguished in Academic Achievement

Ankeny Shonna Murrey Belle Plaine Leah Mast Belmond-Klemme Nikki Middleton Bishop Garrigan, Algona Denise Hovey Central DeWitt Victoria Schrage Dani Samuelson Clarinda Denver Natallie Norman Dike-New Hartford Rose Martin Don Bosco, Gilbertville Dubuque, Hempstead Mandy Enke Jamie Fulton Dunkerton Easton Valley Monica Bormann Gladbrook-Reinbeck Karyn Morgan Madysen Wall GMG, Garwin Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn Tricia Vial Hudson Olivia Jorgensen Iowa Valley, Marengo Abby Gard Janesville Sarah Nolan Jesup Kuemper Catholic, Carroll Elizabeth Hagan Lynnville-Sully Janelle Maasdam Martensdale-St. Marys Sara Franey Mediapolis Sherri Spence Newell-Fonda Trisha Johnson North Fayette Valley Jaymes Doxenrod North Polk, Alleman Kate Rutledge North Scott, Eldridge Sarah Hansel Northeast, Goose Lake Shana Johnson Notre Dame, Burlington Melissa Chiprez Perry Kim Herrera Postville Rockford Robin Fischer Sibley-Ocheyedan Jacie Reuter Sioux Central, Sioux Rapids Denise Terrell Springville Angel Chizek Sumner-Fredericksburg Jesse Volker Treynor Nicole Reed Tri-County, Thornburg Unity Christian, Orange City Kate Ver Velde Urbandale Kali Brinker Vinton-Shellsburg Krystal Anderson Winterset Kobie Alcorn Xavier, Cedar Rapids Erica Rheinschmidt

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3.43 3.90 3.57 3.88 3.44 3.78 3.80 3.43 3.50 3.38 3.56 3.85 3.44 3.66 3.59 3.42 3.70 3.48 3.43 3.55 3.50 3.89 3.75 3.56 3.43 3.61 3.79 3.41 3.86 3.33 3.65 3.63 3.40 3.66 3.96 3.27 3.58 3.70 3.30 3.36 3.47 3.47 3.50

Coach

GPA

Excellence in Academic Achievement

BCLUW, Conrad Grinnell Sarah Dahlby-Albright Johnston Kelsey Kramer Lenox Jennifer Miller St. Albert, Council Bluffs Lisa Dunning Union, La Porte City Vinton-Shellsburg Krystal Anderson Washington Erin Smith

CHEER - FOOTBALL Distinguished in Academic Achievement

Ankeny Shonna Murrey Ankeny Centennial Alyssa Howlett Ballard Kaily MacdDnald Bishop Garrigan, Algona Erin Miller Centerville Sheree Lange Central DeWitt Victoria Schrage Clarinda Danni Samuelson Clarke, Osceola Sarah Truitt Denver Dawn Wiebbecke Don Bosco, Gilbertville Rose Martin Dubuque, Hempstead Mandy Enke Eagle Grove Jill Link East Marshall, LeGrand Angie Damman East Union, Afton Clarissa McCollough Easton Valley Monica Bormann Emmetsburg JaDee Gloede Gladbrook-Reinbeck Karyn Morgan GMG, Garwin Madysen Wall Britni Jack HLV, Victor Hudson Olivia Jorgensen Janesville Kuemper Catholic, Carroll Elizabeth Hagan Lynnville-Sully Janelle Maasdam Martensdale-St. Marys Sara Franey Mediapolis Sherri Spence New London Melissa Jacobs Trisha Johnson Newell-Fonda North Fayette Valley Stephanie Wagner Kate Rutledge North Polk, Alleman North Scott, Eldridge Sarah Hansel Northeast, Goose Lake Shana Johnson Kayla Rupard Postville Shaun Winkel Ridge View Rock Valley Alex Tiedemann Chenoa Story Sheldon Sioux Center Joy Hurst Sioux Central, Sioux Rapids Alyssa Rusk South Central Calhoun Karen Gorden Southeast Valley, Gowrie Jen Eckert Springville Angel Chizek Unity Christian, Orange City Kate Ver Velde Van Buren County Billie Harlan Vinton-Shellsburg Amie Price

3.10 3.04 3.04 3.01 3.15 3.01 3.22 3.18

3.60 3.64 3.66 3.54 3.69 3.54 3.65 3.79 3.62 3.28 3.26 3.51 3.48 3.31 3.59 3.25 3.32 3.69 3.55 3.71 3.48 3.68 3.47 3.29 3.64 3.40 3.69 3.35 3.55 3.50 3.38 3.49 3.48 3.65 3.75 3.85 3.72 3.43 3.35 3.73 3.60 3.66 3.40

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academic achievement 2020-21 School

Coach

Washington Erin Smith West Harrison, Mondamin Woodbury Central, Moville Shawna Dennison Xavier, Cedar Rapids Erica Rheinschmidt

GPA

School

3.47 3.54 3.94 3.56

Kuemper Catholic, Carroll Ann Schmitz Lynnville-Sully Kelli Johnson Marshalltown Sidney Gard Mediapolis Jill Kirby North Fayette Valley Lindsey Richard North Scott, Eldridge Sarah Hansel Shenandoah Kiley Ryan Sioux Central, Sioux Rapids Jamie Turnbull St. Albert, Council Bluffs Lisa Dunning Treynor Traci Black Union, La Porte City Urbandale Kali Brinker Vinton-Shellsburg Amanda Hernandez Winterset Stephanie Walker Xavier, Cedar Rapids Piper Kesselring

Excellence in Academic Achievement

BCLUW, Conrad Belle Plaine Leah Mast Burlington Cherie Reid Garner-Hayfield-Ventura Kristi Carew Griswold Lexi Reiley Harlan Community Shannon Ferry Jesup Sarah Nolan Kelsey Kramer Johnston Sidney Gard Marshalltown Mason City Janna Arndt Bailey Chaplin Midland, Wyoming North Iowa, Buffalo Center Melissa Bennett North Tama, Traer Perry Kim Herrera Sioux City, West Chris Jones Tipton Emilie Hein Nicole Reed Treynor Tri-Center, Neola Becky Thomas Caroline Scheidel Turkey Valley, Jackson Junction Union, La Porte City Brylee Landers

CHEER - WRESTLING Distinguished in Academic Achievement

Ankeny BCLUW, Conrad Belmond-Klemme Central DeWitt Clarinda Denver Don Bosco, Gilbertville Dubuque, Hempstead Harlan Community HLV, Victor Hudson Iowa Valley, Marengo Jesup

Britne Davis Madysen Wall Shannon Wadsley Victoria Schrage Jane Mayer Dawn Wiebbecke Rose Martin Mandy Enke Kathleen Noeth Britni Jack Olivia Jorgensen Mindi Slaymaker Sarah Nolan

3.16 3.15 3.17 3.19 3.10 3.08 3.24 3.11 3.06 3.15 3.04 3.00 3.13 3.24 3.10 3.14 3.14 3.20 3.14 3.04

Coach

GPA 3.50 3.57 3.57 3.49 3.70 3.37 3.35 3.49 3.40 3.68 3.98 3.36 3.54 3.36 3.54

Excellence in Academic Achievement

Belle Plaine Leah Mast Bondurant-Farrar Patti Davis Grinnell Sarah Dahlby-Albright Johnston Kelsey Kramer Postville Jessica Dick Sumner-Fredericksburg Tri-Center, Neola Megan Carter Washington Erin Smith

3.06 3.13 3.01 3.08 3.14 3.00 3.21 3.02

3.50 3.30 3.81 3.44 3.72 3.45 3.60 3.39 3.42 3.75 3.72 3.45 3.26

Academic Achievement Certificates Certificates earned in these listings will not be physically mailed from the IHSAA to member schools for Academic Achievement. Certificates may be downloaded and completed by member schools via the IHSAA website: Visit the "Coaches & Administrators" page and find the "Student-Athlete Certificates" link. It is a secure link. Passwords have been supplied to athletic administrators and secretaries. Please contact cclark@iahsaa.org for more information if necessary.

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Board of Control minutes Approved records from IHSAA board meetings from the 2020-21 school year SYNOPSIS OF THE MINUTES OF THE MEETING OF THE BOARD OF CONTROL OF THE IOWA HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION AUGUST 7 & 8, 2020 The Board of Control of the Iowa High School Athletic Association (IHSAA) met August 7 and 8, 2020, at Arrowwood Resort & Conference Center in Okoboji, Iowa, pursuant to notice. Board of Control members present were Chairperson Rod Earleywine, Vice Chairperson Barb Schwamman, Treasurer Brent Cook (Zoom participant), Dave Wiebers, Andy Crozier, Amanda Whaley, Deron Durflinger, and Steve Pettit. Association staff members present were Executive Director Tom Keating; Assistant Directors Chad Elsberry and Jared Chizek. Legal Counsel Brian Humke was also present (Saturday only). CALL TO ORDER - The meeting was called to order by Chairperson Earleywine at 8:30 a.m. APPROVAL OF MINUTES - (MM-S) Crozier-Schwamman to approve the June 15, 2020, July 22, 2020, and July 24, 2020 minutes. Motion carried unanimously. CONSENT ITEMS FINANCIAL REPORT – Executive Director Keating presented June 30, 2020 statement of financial position and statement of budgetary activities, the Iowa Hall of Pride Foundation financial report, and the investment committee minutes from the June 15, 2020 meeting. 2020-21 INSURANCE RENEWALS – Executive Director Keating presented insurance renewals for the Concussion Insurance, Post-Season Tournament Play Policy, Property, Automobile, Inland Marine, Worker’s Compensation, General Liability, Crime, Umbrella Liability, Cyber Liability, Fiduciary Liability, Directors and Officers Liability and Employment Practices Liability coverage. 2020-21 IHSAA HANDBOOK AND FALL SPORTS MANUAL – The administrative staff presented the 2020-21 Handbook and 2020 Fall Sports Manual. CLASS 4A FALL GOLF DISTRICT ASSIGNMENTS – Assistant Director Elsberry shared the 2020 fall golf district assignments. APPROVAL OF CONSENT ITEMS - (MM-S) Wiebers-Whaley to approve all consent items as presented and reviewed. Motion carried unanimously. ACTION ITEMS 2020-21 BOARD OF CONTROL CALENDAR – Executive Director Keating presented the Board of Control meeting schedule for 2020-21. (MM-S) Pettit-Crozier to approve the meeting schedule as presented. Motion carried unanimously. 2020-21 IHSAA METHOD OF PAIRING– Executive Director Keating presented the 2020-21 draw for the alphabetical system of pairing. (MM-S) Crozier-Schwamman to approve the method of pairing as presented. Motion carried unanimously. JOINT BOWLING ADVISORY COMMITTEE – Executive Director Keating presented the minutes and four recommendations from the Joint Bowling Coaches Advisory Committee. The committee recommended: 1) To recommend coaches wear similar attire as the student-athletes and not wear blue jeans, hats or caps. 2) To have participating schools provide a lineage fee to the state qualifying meet facilty ($50 per gender). 3) To increase the number of individual state qualifiers to include the 12 highest non-qualifying individual scores from each class. 4) To allow a substitute position on the state qualifying meet/ state meet roster. (MM-S) Wiebers-Whaley to receive the minutes and to approve recommendations 2 and 4 and to deny recommendations 1 and 3. Motion carried unanimously. JOINT TRACK AND FIELD ADVISORY COMMITTEE – Assistant Director Chizek presented the minutes and four Spring 2021

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board minutes Board of Control recommendations from the Joint Track and Field Coaches Advisory Committee. The committee recommended: 1) To allow 10 preseason contact days starting February 1. 2) If recommendation passes, to allow competition on the first day of practice (Monday of Week 35). 3) To present individual/relay awards in the infield during the state meet. 4) To recommend a consistent schedule of events for all indoor track and field meets. (MM-S) Cook-Pettit to receive the minutes and to approve recommendations 3 and 4 and to deny recommendations 1 and 2. Motion carried unanimously. REPORT ON ELECTION FOR POSITIONS ON THE BOARD OF CONTROL OF THE IOWA HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION CLASS AA SCHOOLS, AT-LARGE, PRINCIPAL, TERM EXPIRING 2023 Steve Pettit Principal Southeast Polk 6 Dr. Jeff Gustason Principal Linn-Mar, Marion 5 JR Kuch Principal Clinton 1 David Maxwell Principal Valley, W.D.M. 1 Dr. Mark Iverson Principal LeMars 1 Greg Semler Principal Marion 1 Jon Flynn Principal Davenport, Central 1 Chris Basinger Principal Norwalk 1 Cary Justmann Principal Waukee 1 Todd Liechty Principal Mount Pleasant 1 Shane Knoche Principal North Scott, Eldridge 1 I, Chairperson of the Election Committee for the Board of Control, certify that the above is true and accurate. Joe Stutting, Superintendent, North Scott Community Schools Chairperson, Election Committee, Board of Control (MM-S) Crozier-Cook to receive the report and declare Steve Pettit elected to the Board of Control. Motion carried unanimously. 2020 IHSAA FOOTBALL HALL OF FAME COMMITTEE INDUCTEE RECOMMENDATIONS – Executive Director Keating presented the list of inductees recommended by the Football Hall of Fame Committee at its recent meeting. (MM-S) Cook-Whaley to approve the induction of Kevin Sanger, Britt; Jeff Koeppel, Urbandale; Ryan Hannam, Saint Ansgar; Mike Klinkenborg, Central Lyon; Marshal Yanda, Anamosa; and Darin Naatjes, West Lyon. Motion carried unanimously. REPORTS D.O.E. REPORT – Executive Director Keating shared he had talked to board member Lebo regarding her report as she wasn’t able to attend the meeting. Lebo shared with Keating the DE continues to publish guidance and offer virtual meetings to discuss return to learn plans for 2020. I.A.S.B. REPORT - Board member Whaley shared IASB has provided sample COVID-19 board policies on its web site. In addition, the 2020 IASB Annual Convention will be held virtually. Finally, the organization is urging the governor for more money for public education. I.H.S.A.D.A. REPORT – Board member Cook reported the IHSADA’s evaluator training course was canceled due to COVID-19. TECHNOLOGY REPORT – Assistant Director Elsberry shared the office is looking at cloud-based servers, unlocking some of the features in the current phone system and expanding its Office 365 capabilities. IHSSN/NFHS NETWORK – Executive Director Keating provided information on the IHSSN and NFHS Network, particularly state baseball coverage and schools being able to request Pixellot cameras at no charge. IOWA HALL OF PRIDE – Executive Director Keating provided information on the Iowa Hall of Pride. EDUCATIONAL SERVICES & OUTREACH REPORT – Assistant Director Elsberry shared the fall student leadership conference has been postponed until Spring 2021 due to COVID-19. Also, the Iowa Association of Student Councils received a national

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board minutes Board of Control award for its 2019-20 service project related to mental health. INFORMATION AND DISCUSSION ITEMS 1) Executive Director Keating shared with the IHSAA Board of Control information, including terms, committees, contact information and important dates. 2) Executive Director Keating and Assistant Director Chizek reviewed the 2020 baseball season and state tournament. 3) Executive Director Keating discussed the upcoming new administrator/athletic director workshop on August 12. 4) Executive Director Keating presented a memo sent to member school administrators regarding the concussion course requirement. 5) Assistant Director Chizek provided a list of Friend of School Awards for the 2019-20 school year. 6) Executive Director Keating provided the 2020 baseball ejection report. 7) Executive Director Keating shared the joint committee meeting minutes from its July 24 meeting. 8) The Board reviewed and acknowledged “thank you” notes received by the IHSAA. Chairperson Earleywine recessed the Board at 9:45 am, Friday, August 7, 2020. The Board reconvened at 8:30 am on Saturday, August 8, 2020. ACTION ITEMS 2020-21 IHSAA LEGAL COUNSEL APPOINTMENT – Executive Director Keating noted the requirement of the IHSAA Board of Control policies to annually appoint legal counsel for the IHSAA. (MM-S) Crozier-Pettit to appoint Brian Humke of Nyemaster Goode, PC to serve as legal counsel. Motion carried unanimously. 1 SOURCE SOLAR AGREEMENT – Executive Director Keating shared information regarding converting the IHSAA office to solar power. 1 Source Solar procures an investor to pay for the panels and installation, while in return, the investor sells back the power generated back to the IHSAA at a lower rate than currently charged by Alliant Energy. (MM-S) DurflingerSchwamman to have legal counsel review the contract from 1 Source Solar prior to any further approval. Motion carried unanimously. INFORMATION AND DISCUSSION ITEMS 1) Executive Director Keating and Assistant Directors Elsberry and Chizek discussed the upcoming fall season and guidelines and modifications put into place as a result of COVID-19. 2) Executive Director Keating and Assistant Directors Elsberry and Chizek shared information regarding QuikStats and Varsity Bound. 3) Executive Director Keating and Assistant Director Elsberry set up the board with IHSAA email addresses. 4) Executive Director Keating discussed the upcoming annual meeting. 5) Executive Director Keating shared the IHSAA’s areas of focus for the upcoming school year. NEXT MEETING DATE - The next regularly scheduled meeting will be held September 25, 2020 at the IHSAA Office in Boone. ADJOURNMENT - Being no further business, the meeting was adjourned by Chairperson Earleywine at 11:00 a.m. I, Jared Chizek, Assistant Director of the Iowa High School Athletic Association, do hereby certify that the above and foregoing is a true and correct record of the proceedings of the meeting of the Board of Control held Friday and Saturday, August 7 and 8, 2020.

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board minutes Board of Control SYNOPSIS OF THE MINUTES OF THE MEETING OF THE BOARD OF CONTROL OF THE IOWA HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION OCTOBER 12, 2020 The Board of Control of the Iowa High School Athletic Association (IHSAA) met October 12, 2020, by virtual meeting, pursuant to notice. Board of Control members present were Chairperson Rod Earleywine, Vice-Chairperson Barb Schwamman, Treasurer Brent Cook, Dave Wiebers, Andy Crozier, Amanda Whaley, Deron Durflinger, and Steve Pettit. Association staff members present were Executive Director Tom Keating and Assistant Directors Todd Tharp and Jared Chizek. Also present was Brian Humke, IHSAA legal counsel. CALL TO ORDER - The meeting was called to order by Chairperson Earleywine at 12:30 p.m. ELIGIBILITY RULINGS - (1) Iowa City, Liberty – Jack K. – General Transfer Rule 36.15(3). Pursuant to a letter received from Amy and Jeff K., parents of student. Amy and Jeff K., appellants, and Jack K., student, participated in the hearing. They were informed Board Member Lebo had recused herself from the hearing and had not received any materials pertaining to the hearing. (MM-S) Schwamman-Cook that in accordance with 36.15(3), eligibility be denied. Motion carried unanimously. (2) CAM – Dillon I. – Open Enrollment Transfer Rule 36.15(4). Pursuant to a letter received from Aaron I., father of student. Aaron I., appellant, and Tonya I., mother of student, participated in the hearing. The participants were informed Board Member Lebo had recused herself from the hearing and had not received any materials pertaining to the hearing. (MM-S) DurflingerSchwamman that in accordance with 36.15(4), eligibility be denied with the ineligibility period starting with the first day of school this fall. Motion carried unanimously. ADJOURNMENT - Being no further business, the meeting was adjourned by Chairperson Earleywine at 2:20 p.m. I, Jared Chizek, Assistant Director of the Iowa High School Athletic Association, do hereby certify that the above and foregoing is a true and correct record of the proceedings of the meeting of the Board of Control held Monday, October 12, 2020.

SYNOPSIS OF THE MINUTES OF THE MEETING OF THE BOARD OF CONTROL OF THE IOWA HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION AUGUST 27, 2020 The Board of Control of the Iowa High School Athletic Association (IHSAA) met August 27, 2020, at the Iowa High School Athletic Association (IHSAA) office in Boone, pursuant to notice. Board of Control members present were Chairperson Rod Earleywine (Zoom participant), Vice-Chairperson Barb Schwamman (Zoom participant), Treasurer Brent Cook (Zoom participant, 3rd hearing only), Dave Wiebers (Zoom participant), Andy Crozier (Zoom participant 1st hearing only, in-person for 2nd and 3rd hearings), Amanda Whaley (Zoom participant), Deron Durflinger, and Steve Pettit. Association staff members present were Executive Director Tom Keating and Assistant Directors Todd Tharp and Jared Chizek. Also present was Brian Humke, IHSAA legal counsel. CALL TO ORDER - The meeting was called to order by Chairperson Earleywine at 11:00 a.m. ELIGIBILITY RULING – (1) St. Albert, Council Bluffs – Jackson G. – General Transfer Rule 36.15(3). Pursuant to a letter received from Ken Schreiber, activities director, St. Albert High School. Ken Schreiber, appellant (Zoom participant), Matt G., father of student, and Joe Narmi, St. Albert school board president and attorney (Zoom participant), participated in the hearing. They were informed Board Member Lebo had recused herself from the hearing and had not received any materials pertaining to the hearing. (MM-S) Durflinger-Pettit that in accordance with 36.15(3), eligibility be denied. Motion carried unanimously. (2) East Buchanan, Winthrop – Brady C. – General Transfer Rule 36.15(3). Pursuant to a letter received from Dan Fox, superintendent, East Buchanan Community School District. Dan Fox, appellant, Brady C., student, Brandi C., mother (Zoom participant), Brenda Goerks, aunt of student and attorney (Zoom participant), Kayla Franck, aunt of student, and Austen Franck, uncle of student, participated in the hearing. The participants were informed Board Member Lebo had recused herself from the hearing and had not received any materials pertaining to the hearing. (MM-S) Crozier-Wiebers that in accordance with 36.15(3), eligibility be denied. Motion carried 5-2 with Pettit and Schwamman dissenting. (3) Regina, Iowa City – Ronan P. – General Transfer Rule 36.15(3). Pursuant to a letter received from Jim P., father of the

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board minutes Board of Control student. Jim P, appellant, participated in the hearing. He was informed Board Member Lebo had recused herself from the hearing and had not received any materials pertaining to the hearing. (MM-S) Wiebers-Schwamman that in accordance with 36.15(3), eligibility be denied. Motion carried unanimously. ADJOURNMENT - Being no further business, the meeting was adjourned by Chairperson Earleywine at 2:00 p.m. I, Jared Chizek, Assistant Director of the Iowa High School Athletic Association, do hereby certify that the above and foregoing is a true and correct record of the proceedings of the meeting of the Board of Control held Thursday, August 27, 2020. SYNOPSIS OF THE MINUTES OF THE MEETING OF THE BOARD OF CONTROL OF THE IOWA HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION SEPTEMBER 10, 2020 The Board of Control of the Iowa High School Athletic Association (IHSAA) met September 10, 2020, at the Iowa High School Athletic Association (IHSAA) office in Boone, pursuant to notice. Board of Control members present were Chairperson Rod Earleywine; Vice-Chairperson Barb Schwamman (Zoom participant, did not participate in Blake B. hearing); Treasurer Brent Cook (Zoom participant); Dave Wiebers (Zoom participant); Andy Crozier; Amanda Whaley (Zoom participant); Deron Durflinger; and Steve Pettit (did participate in Arland B. hearing). Association staff members present were Executive Director Tom Keating and Assistant Directors Todd Tharp and Chad Elsberry. Also present was Brian Humke, IHSAA legal counsel. CALL TO ORDER - The meeting was called to order by Chairperson Earleywine at 8:00 a.m. ELIGIBILITY RULINGS - (1) Ankeny – Arland B. – General Transfer Rule 36.15(3). Pursuant to a letter received from Brad Obermeier, attorney for the appellant. Present at the hearing were Arland B, student; Linda B, mother; Travis Burk, attorney; Brad Obermeier, attorney (Zoom participant); Dan Kruger, landlord; and Rick Nelson, football coach at Ankeny. They were informed Board Member Lebo had recused herself from the hearing and had not received any materials pertaining to the hearing. (MM-S) Wiebers-Crozier that in accordance with 36.15(3), eligibility be denied. Motion carried unanimously. (2) Heartland Christian – James K. – General Transfer Rule 36.15(3). Pursuant to a letter received from Larry Gray, Executive Director at Heartland Christian School. Present at the meeting were Jim K., student; James K., father; Randie K., mother; Larry Gray, Executive Director at Heartland Christian. They were informed Board Member Lebo had recused herself from the hearing and had not received any materials pertaining to the hearing. (MM-S) Durflinger-Pettit that in accordance with 36.15(3), eligibility be granted. Motion carried unanimously. (3) Woodbury Central – Trevor D. – General Transfer Rule 36.15(3). Pursuant to a letter received from Douglas Glackin, Woodbury Central Superintendent. Present at the hearing were Trevor D., student (Zoom participant); Rob D., grandparent (Zoom participant); Mary Schultz, AD at Woodbury Central (Zoom participant); and Douglas Glackin, Superintendent at Woodbury Central (Zoom participant). The participants were informed Board Member Lebo had recused herself from the hearing and had not received any materials pertaining to the hearing. (MM-S) Pettit-Whaley that in accordance with 36.15(3), eligibility be granted. Motion carried 5-3 with Wiebers, Durflinger and Crozier dissenting. (4) Columbus Catholic, Waterloo – Blake B. – General Transfer Rule 36.15(3). Pursuant to a letter received from Richard Morris, attorney for appellant. Present at the hearing were Ben B., father (Zoom participant); Bob B., grandparent (Zoom participant); Richard Morris, attorney (Zoom participant). The participants were informed Board Member Lebo had recused herself from the hearing and had not received any materials pertaining to the hearing. (MM-S) Cook-Pettit that in accordance with 36.15(3), eligibility be denied. Motion carried unanimously. (5) Southeast Valley – Jakob M. – Eight Semester Rule 36.15(2)(e). Pursuant to a letter received from Kerry Ketcham, Principal at Southeast Valley. Present via Zoom was Principal Ketcham. He was informed Board Member Lebo had recused herself from the hearing and had not received any materials pertaining to the hearing. (MM-S) Schwamman-Wiebers that in accordance with Rule 36.15(2)(e), eligibility be denied. Motion carried unanimously. ADJOURNMENT - Being no further business, the meeting was adjourned by Chairperson Earleywine at 1:20 p.m. I, Chad Elsberry, Assistant Director of the Iowa High School Athletic Association, do hereby certify that the above and foregoing is a true and correct record of the proceedings of the meeting of the Board of Control held Thursday, September 10, 2020.

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board minutes Board of Control SYNOPSIS OF THE MINUTES OF THE MEETING OF THE BOARD OF CONTROL OF THE IOWA HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION SEPTEMBER 14, 2020 The Board of Control of the Iowa High School Athletic Association (IHSAA) met September 14, 2020, at the Iowa High School Athletic Association (IHSAA) office in Boone, pursuant to notice. Board of Control members present were Chairperson Rod Earleywine (Zoom participant); Vice-Chairperson Barb Schwamman (Zoom participant); Andy Crozier (Zoom participant; participated in hearing 1 and 2); Amanda Whaley (Zoom participant); Deron Durflinger (Zoom participant); and Steve Pettit. Association staff members present were Executive Director Tom Keating and Assistant Director Jared Chizek. Also present was Brian Humke, IHSAA legal counsel. CALL TO ORDER - The meeting was called to order by Chairperson Earleywine at 8:30 a.m. ELIGIBILITY RULINGS - (1) Central Springs – Cayden B. – General Transfer Rule 36.15(3). Pursuant to a letter received from Ken Estes, Central Springs High School Principal. Ken Estes, appellant; Darwin Lehmann, Central Springs Superintendent, Ethan Miller, Central Springs Athletic Director, and Dain M., father of student, all participated in the hearing via Zoom. They were informed Board Member Lebo had recused herself from the hearing and had not received any materials pertaining to the hearing. Prior to board’s deliberation, Schwamman recused herself from the discussion. (MM-S) Whaley-Crozier that in accordance with 36.15(3), eligibility be denied. Motion carried unanimously. (2) Prince of Peace Catholic, Clinton – Dasean M. – General Transfer Rule 36.15(3). Pursuant to a letter received from Jennifer Hansen-Wauford, Prince of Peace Athletic Director/Assistant Principal. Jennifer Hansen-Wauford, appellant, and Karen Witt, Prince of Peace Development Director, all participated in the hearing via Zoom. The participants were informed Board Member Lebo had recused herself from the hearing and had not received any materials pertaining to the hearing. (MM-S) Durflinger-Schwamman that in accordance with 36.15(3), eligibility be denied with the ineligibility period starting with the first day of school this fall. Motion carried unanimously. (3) Solon – Marquelle J. – General Transfer Rule 36.15(3). Pursuant to a letter received from Shafona J., mother of student. Shafona J., appellant (participated via telephone), Marquelle J., student, Jason Owen, friend of the family; Lisa Owen, friend of the family (participated via Zoom); Casey Hack, Solon Activities Director (participated via Zoom); Zach Wigle, Solon High School Principal (participated via Zoom); and Lucas Stanton, Solon head football coach (participated via Zoom), all participated in the hearing. The participants were informed Board Member Lebo had recused herself from the hearing and had not received any materials pertaining to the hearing. (MM-S) Durflinger-Schwamman that in accordance with 36.15(3), eligibility be denied. Motion carried unanimously. ADJOURNMENT - Being no further business, the meeting was adjourned by Chairperson Earleywine at 12:20 p.m. I, Jared Chizek, Assistant Director of the Iowa High School Athletic Association, do hereby certify that the above and foregoing is a true and correct record of the proceedings of the meeting of the Board of Control held Monday, September 14, 2020. MINUTES OF THE MEETING THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE IOWA HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION SEPTEMBER 24, 2020 The Annual Meeting of the Iowa High School Athletic Association was held at 12:30 pm, Thursday, September 24, 2020 virtually, pursuant to notice. Rod Earleywine, Chairperson of the Board of Control served as Chairperson for the meeting. IHSAA staff members present were Executive Director Tom Keating and Assistant Directors Todd Tharp, Chad Elsberry and Jared Chizek. IHSAA Board of Control members Barb Schwamman, Dave Wiebers, Andy Crozier, Amanda Whaley, Deron Durflinger and Steve Pettit participated in the meeting. In addition, 35 school administrators also participated in the meeting. Chairperson Earleywine called the meeting to order and Assistant Director Chizek was appointed Secretary for the meeting. Two agenda items were brought forward from the membership: membership involvement with the IHSAA and classifications. Executive Director Keating shared how the IHSAA staff currently involves the membership when seeking input, including

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board minutes Board of Control but not limited to coaches advisory committees, district athletic director meetings, AEA meetings, and the Representative Council. D.T. Magee, Norwalk superintendent, presented a variety of information relative to both agenda items, but asked the Board of Control to consider an annual membership conference around the Annual Meeting. Joel Pedersen, Cardinal superintendent, Rich Powers, Bondurant-Farrar superintendent, and Josh Ehn, Oelwein superintendent, all spoke regarding the current classification structure and the desire to consider a socio-economic factor as part of the enrollment calculation. The meeting was adjourned at 1:20 pm. I, Jared Chizek, Assistant Director of the Iowa High School Athletic Association, do hereby certify that the above, and forgoing, is a true and accurate record of the proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Iowa High School Athletic Association held September 24, 2020.

SYNOPSIS OF THE MINUTES OF THE MEETING OF THE BOARD OF CONTROL OF THE IOWA HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION SEPTEMBER 25, 2020 The Board of Control of the Iowa High School Athletic Association (IHSAA) met September 25, 2020, at the Iowa High School Athletic Association (IHSAA) office in Boone, pursuant to notice. Board of Control members present were Chairperson Rod Earleywine, Vice Chairperson Barb Schwamman, Treasurer Brent Cook (Zoom participant), Dave Wiebers, Andy Crozier, Amanda Whaley, Deron Durflinger, Steve Pettit and Ann Lebo (non-voting). Association staff members present were Executive Director Tom Keating; Assistant Directors Todd Tharp, Chad Elsberry and Jared Chizek and Director of Finance Jessica Morgan. Also present was Brian Humke, IHSAA legal counsel. CALL TO ORDER – The meeting was called to order by Chairperson Earleywine at 8:00 a.m. ELIGIBILITY RULINGS - (1) Valley, West Des Moines – Jake R. – General Transfer Rule 36.15(3). Pursuant to a letter received from Brad Rose, Valley High School Activities Director. Brad Rose, appellant; Dr. Lisa Remy, West Des Moines Superintendent (Zoom participant), Randy Wilharber, attorney, and Nick Cooling, attorney, all participated in the hearing. They were informed Board Member Lebo had recused herself from the hearing and had not received any materials pertaining to the hearing. Executive Director Keating also shared Board Member Pettit had recused himself due to his school being in the same conference as the appellant. (MM-S) Wiebers-Cook that in accordance with 36.15(3), eligibility be denied. Motion carried unanimously. APPROVAL OF MINUTES - (MM-S) Schwamman-Whaley to approve the August 7 and 8, August 27, September 10, and September 14, 2020 meeting minutes. Motion carried unanimously. CONSENT ITEMS FINANCIAL REPORT – Director of Finance Morgan presented August 31, 2020 financial statements including the statement of financial position and statement of budgetary activities. She also provided the 2020 postseason baseball tournament financial report. In addition, Morgan shared the IHSAA decided not to utilize the Discretionary Deferral of Employee Social Security Taxes. CHANGES IN STATE QUALIFYING AND STATE CROSS COUNTRY MEET DATES – Assistant Director Chizek shared the revised postseason cross country schedule as a result of implementing COVID-19 risk minimization measures. APPROVAL OF CONSENT ITEMS – (MM-S) Cook-Schwamman to approve all consent items as presented and reviewed. Motion carried unanimously. ACTION ITEMS 2020 POSTSEASON FOOTBALL MANUAL – Assistant Director Tharp presented the 2020 postseason football manual. (MMS) Durflinger-Pettit to approve the postseason football manual as amended. Motion carried unanimously.

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board minutes Board of Control 2020 POSTSEASON GOLF MANUAL – Assistant Director Elsberry presented the 2020 postseason golf manual. (MM-S) Schwamman-Whaley to approve the postseason golf manual as presented. Motion carried unanimously. 2020 IHSAA AWARD RECIPIENTS – Executive Director Keating discussed the plans regarding presenting additional awards at the state football championships in the hopes of limiting the number of additional people on the UNI-Dome floor during games. (MM-S) Wiebers-Durflinger to delay the naming of the 2020 IHSAA News Media and Sports Medicine Awards. Motion carried unanimously. REQUEST FROM THE IOWA CITY SCHOOL DISTRICT TO CONDUCT ADDITIONAL CONTESTS FOLLOWING POSTSEASON ELIMINATION – Executive Director Keating shared a request from the Iowa City Community School District asking for permission to schedule additional regular season contests once one of their individual high schools is eliminated from the postseason to accommodate the contests lost during the school’s decision to conduct virtual classes over the last three weeks. (MM-S) Wiebers-Pettit to table the request from the Iowa City Community School District. Motion carried unanimously. INFORMATION AND DISCUSSION ITEMS 1) The administrative staff reviewed the current fall sports season. 2) Executive Director Keating discussed the cancellation and rescheduling of a football game by Ottumwa High School. 3) The administrative team discussed plans for the upcoming winter season. 4) Executive Director Keating and Assistant Directors Tharp and Chizek discussed the 2021 and 2022 football seasons. 5) Executive Director Keating shared the fall sport ejection report. 6) The administrative staff shared correspondence sent to member schools and officials regarding the fall sports rules meetings. 7) Executive Director Keating presented a list of schools that had no ejections during the 2019-20 school year. 8) Executive Director Keating presented a list of schools that had three or more ejections during the 2019-20 school year. 9) Executive Director Keating provided the 2020-21 Board of Control committees and officer rotation. 10) Executive Director Keating presented a summary of the Section 4 and 5 meetings he attended this month. 11) Executive Director Keating shared the Head Strong concussion insurance claims as of September 1. 12) Executive Director Keating distributed articles from the NFHS regarding different topics facing high school sports this fall. 13) Executive Director Keating provided an update on the Iowa High School Sports Network. NEXT MEETING DATE – The next regularly scheduled meeting will be held October 15, 2020 at the IHSAA Office in Boone. ADJOURNMENT – Being no further business, the meeting was adjourned by Chairperson Earleywine at 11:30 a.m. I, Jared Chizek, Assistant Director of the Iowa High School Athletic Association, do hereby certify that the above and foregoing is a true and correct record of the proceedings of the meeting of the Board of Control held Friday, September 25, 2020. SYNOPSIS OF THE MINUTES OF THE MEETING OF THE BOARD OF CONTROL OF THE IOWA HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION OCTOBER 12, 2020 The Board of Control of the Iowa High School Athletic Association (IHSAA) met October 12, 2020, by virtual meeting, pursuant to notice. Board of Control members present were Chairperson Rod Earleywine, Vice-Chairperson Barb Schwamman, Treasurer Brent Cook, Dave Wiebers, Andy Crozier, Amanda Whaley, Deron Durflinger, and Steve Pettit. Association staff members present were Executive Director Tom Keating and Assistant Directors Todd Tharp and Jared Chizek. Also present was Brian Humke, IHSAA legal counsel. CALL TO ORDER - The meeting was called to order by Chairperson Earleywine at 12:30 p.m. ELIGIBILITY RULINGS - (1) Iowa City, Liberty – Jack K. – General Transfer Rule 36.15(3). Pursuant to a letter received from Amy and Jeff K., parents of student. Amy and Jeff K., appellants, and Jack K., student, participated in the hearing. They were informed Board Member Lebo had recused herself from the hearing and had not received any materials pertaining to the hearing. (MM-S) Schwamman-Cook that in accordance with 36.15(3), eligibility be denied. Motion carried unanimously.

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board minutes Board of Control (2) CAM – Dillon I. – Open Enrollment Transfer Rule 36.15(4). Pursuant to a letter received from Aaron I., father of student. Aaron I., appellant, and Tonya I., mother of student, participated in the hearing. The participants were informed Board Member Lebo had recused herself from the hearing and had not received any materials pertaining to the hearing. (MM-S) SchwammanWhaley that in accordance with 36.15(4), eligibility be denied. Motion carried unanimously. ADJOURNMENT - Being no further business, the meeting was adjourned by Chairperson Earleywine at 2:20 p.m. I, Jared Chizek, Assistant Director of the Iowa High School Athletic Association, do hereby certify that the above and foregoing is a true and correct record of the proceedings of the meeting of the Board of Control held Monday, October 12, 2020.

SYNOPSIS OF THE MINUTES OF THE MEETING OF THE BOARD OF CONTROL OF THE IOWA HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION OCTOBER 15, 2020 The Board of Control of the Iowa High School Athletic Association (IHSAA) met October 15, 2020, at the Iowa High School Athletic Association (IHSAA) office in Boone, pursuant to notice. Board of Control members present were Chairperson Rod Earleywine, Vice-Chairperson Barb Schwamman, Treasurer Brent Cook (Zoom participant), Dave Wiebers, Andy Crozier, Amanda Whaley, Deron Durflinger, and Steve Pettit. Association staff members present were Executive Director Tom Keating; Assistant Directors Todd Tharp, Chad Elsberry and Jared Chizek, Director of Finance Jessica Morgan, Director of Officials Lewie Curtis and Director of Communication Chris Cuellar. CALL TO ORDER - The meeting was called to order by Chairperson Earleywine at 8:30 a.m. APPROVAL OF MINUTES - (MM-S) Wiebers-Schwamman to approve the September 25, October 6, and October 12, 2020 minutes. Motion carried unanimously. EXECUTIVE SESSION - (MM-S) Schwamman-Durflinger to proceed to executive session to discuss a personnel matter. (MM-S) Durflinger-Schwamman to adjourn the Executive Session. CONSENT ITEMS FINANCIAL REPORT - Director of Finance Morgan presented September 30, 2020, financial statements including the statement of financial position, statement of budgetary activities and quarterly investment statement. IHSAA ELECTIONS — Executive Director Keating presented the formal report of the Board of Control election committee and information sent to school administrators regarding the upcoming Representative Council elections. REPORT ON ELECTION FOR POSITIONS ON THE BOARD OF CONTROL OF THE IOWA HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION CLASS A & AA SCHOOLS, NORTHWEST DISTRICT, TERM EXPIRING 2025 Rod Earleywine Superintendent Sergeant Bluff-Luton 23 Steve Bruder Principal South O’Brien, Paullina 1 I, Chairperson of the Election Committee for the Board of Control, certify that the above is true and accurate. Joe Stutting, Superintendent, North Scott Community Schools Chairperson, Election Committee, Board of Control 2020-21 WINTER SPORTS MANUAL — The administrative team presented the sport manuals for basketball, wrestling, swimming and bowling for approval. APPROVAL OF CONSENT ITEMS - (MM-S) Schwamman-Durflinger to approve all consent items as presented and reviewed. Motion carried unanimously. Spring 2021

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board minutes Board of Control ACTION ITEMS 2019-20 IHSAA/IHOP AUDIT — Director of Finance Morgan presented the minutes of the Audit Committee. (MM-S) DurflingerPettit to accept the minutes as presented and receive the audit as presented. Motion carried unanimously. 2020-21 IHSAA COMMITTEE APPOINTMENTS – The administrative team has not met yet to determine the openings on various advisory committees. Once the openings have been confirmed, members of the Representative Council will appoint coaches and administrators to the different committees. (MM-S) Durflinger-Pettit to table the committee appointments until November. Motion carried unanimously. EXTENSION OF 8-PLAYER EXCEPTIONS – Assistant Director Tharp presented a proposal extending all 8-player exceptions currently in place for the 2020 football season into the next two-year football classification/scheduling cycle (2021 and 2022). (MM-S) Durflinger-Schwamman to extend all 8-player exceptions for the next two-year redistricting cycle. Motion carried unanimously. REPORTS I.A.S.B. REPORT - Board member Whaley shared the state convention is scheduled to be held virtually November 18-20. I.H.S.A.D.A REPORT - Board member Cook reported on the recently held district meetings, the national NIAAA convention moving to a virtual format in December, and the rescheduling of the IHSADA certification seminar in November. DIRECTOR OF OFFICIALS REPORT - Director of Officials Curtis presented information on official registration numbers. IHSAA STATE 4A GOLF REPORT — Assistant Director Elsberry presented information regarding the state fall golf meet held October 9-10 at Des Moines Golf and Country Club. EDUCATIONAL SERVICES/OUTREACH/DEVELOPMENT REPORT — Assistant Director Elsberry presented information about the upcoming virtual IASC Leadership Conference and recently signed sponsorship agreements with Farm Bureau, Fareway, and Subway. COMMUNICATIONS DIRECTOR REPORT — Communications Director Cuellar provided an update on the postseason streaming policy and fee structure, the almost completed Arcasearch project with IHSAA Summary Books, and recent web analytics. TECHNOLOGY REPORT — Assistant Director Elsberry shared the administrative team has been provided laptop computers and the office is in the process of migrating to cloud-based servers. INFORMATION AND DISCUSSION ITEMS 1) Director of Officials Curtis shared the most recent fall sports ejection report. 2) Assistant Directors Tharp and Chizek discussed the initial football pod assignments and considerations for future rounds of the postseason. 3) Assistant Director Chizek provided information on the upcoming state cross country meet. 4) Executive Director Keating and Assistant Director Chizek shared the next classification committee meeting is scheduled for Friday, December 4, and asked the board on what ideas it would like the committee to discuss. 5) The administrative staff provided information on the recently held district athletic director meetings. 6) Executive Director Keating presented several articles recently published from the NFHS. 7) Executive Director Keating shared the Head Strong concussion insurance claims as of October 1. 8) Executive Director Keating led a discussion regarding Iowa Administrative Code 36.15(280). NEXT MEETING DATE - The next regularly scheduled meeting will be held November 20, 2020 at the Hilton Garden Inn in Cedar Falls in conjunction with the State Football Championships. ADJOURNMENT - Being no further business, the meeting was adjourned by Chairperson Earleywine at 11:40 a.m. l, Jared Chizek, Assistant Director of the Iowa High School Athletic Association, do hereby certify that the above and foregoing is a true and correct record of the proceedings of the meeting of the Board of Control held Thursday, October 15, 2020.

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board minutes Board of Control SYNOPSIS OF THE MINUTES OF THE MEETING OF THE BOARD OF CONTROL OF THE IOWA HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION NOVEMBER 20, 2020 The Board of Control of the Iowa High School Athletic Association (IHSAA) met November 20, 2020, at the University of Northern Iowa UNI-Dome in Cedar Falls, pursuant to notice. Board of Control members present were Chairperson Rod Earleywine, Vice-Chairperson Barb Schwamman, Treasurer Brent Cook (Zoom participant), Dave Wiebers, Andy Crozier (Zoom participant), Amanda Whaley, Deron Durflinger (Zoom participant), and Steve Pettit. Association staff member present was Executive Director Tom Keating. CALL TO ORDER - The meeting was called to order by Chairperson Earleywine at 8:00 a.m. APPROVAL OF MINUTES - (MM-S) Wiebers-Schwamman to approve the October 15, 2020 minutes. Motion carried unanimously. REPORTS I.A.S.B. REPORT - Board member Whaley shared the state convention took place this week. She also shared that the IASB website now provides a link to show a map of all schools who have been granted a waiver to conduct online instruction for a two-week period. I.H.S.A.D.A REPORT - Board member Cook reported the national NIAAA convention will be conducted as a virtual event in December. Plans are underway for the state convention scheduled in March. D.E. REPORT – Director of Education and Board member Lebo reminded the board of the waiver process and that once approved, school granted the waiver must suspend in-person activities for the duration of the waiver. Lebo also shared that when schools make local decisions that involve 50% in-person instruction over a two-week period, it is a local decision whether or not in-person activities will occur. NFHS NETWORK/LIVE STREAMING REPORT — Communications Director Cuellar provided a summary of both NFHS Network broadcasts via school broadcast crews or NFHS Network assigned crews as well as the number of independent outlets granted approval for video access. EDUCATIONAL SERVICES/OUTREACH/DEVELOPMENT REPORT — Assistant Director Elsberry reported information about the virtual IASC Leadership Conference held on October 25. Elsberry also shared a letter from IHSAA and Center for Violence Prevention regarding resources available to schools. DIRECTOR OF OFFICIALS REPORT - Director of Officials Curtis presented information on official registration numbers and number of attendees at officials’ clinics. CONSENT ITEMS IHSAA/IHOP HEALTH & DENTAL INSURANCE RENEWAL - Director of Finance Morgan reported that the Wellmark Blue Cross Blue Shield premium for traditional and HDHP plans increased by 5.86% and that Delta Dental insurance will have no increase. UPDATED ELIGIBILITY CHECKLIST — Executive Director Keating presented the updated Transfer Eligibility Checklist which will be shared with member schools. The checklist was reviewed and edited by the IHSAA staff, IGHSAU staff, Department of Education and IHSAA legal counsel. It was reviewed and recommended for approval by the Joint Committee. WRESTLING GRAND MARCH ESCORT RECOMMENDATIONS – Director of Officials Lewie Curtis presented long-time State Meet announcers John Kinley and John Randles as recommendations for State Wrestling Grand March Escorts. APPROVAL OF CONSENT ITEMS - (MM-S) Schwamman-Whaley to approve all consent items as presented and reviewed. Motion carried unanimously.

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board minutes Board of Control INFORMATION AND DISCUSSION ITEMS 1) Assistant Director Todd Tharp presented the agenda for the recently conducted New AD Workshop Part II. 2) Executive Director Keating presented the Winter Sports online rules meeting memos sent to each member school. 3) Executive Director Keating presented the minutes of the Joint Committee meeting held November 9, 2020. 4) Assistant Director Chad Elsberry presented information regarding 2020-21 Pride Challenge Events. 5) Executive Director Keating presented the State Football Awards Presentation Schedule. 6) Board discussed ejection and next game suspension for targeting. Assistant Director Tharp and Director of Officials Curtis presented data from other states regarding their practices. 7) Executive Director Keating presented tentative agenda for the December 4, 2020 Classification Committee meeting as well as survey results and data using other states’ models applied to Iowa schools. Board discussed role of IHSAA, classification committee work and possible additional data to review. 8) Executive Director Keating presented the monthly report for claims in the Headstrong Concussion insurance. 9) Executive Director Keating presented weekly NFHS Voice articles for the Board’s information. ACTION ITEMS REPRESENTATIVE COUNCIL ELECTION RESULTS – Executive Director Keating presented the results of the Representative Council Elections. REPORT ON ELECTION FOR POSITIONS ON THE REPRESENTATIVE COUNCIL OF THE IOWA HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION CLASS A, CENTRAL DISTRICT, TERM EXPIRING IN 2021 Seth Poldberg Principal North Polk, Alleman 1 (by draw) Rob Luther Principal Baxter 1 Ken Howard Superintendent South Hamilton, Jewell 1 CLASS A, CENTRAL DISTRICT, TERM EXPIRING IN 2022 Rob Luther Principal Baxter 1 (by draw) Joseph Nelson Superintendent Clarion-Goldfield-Dows 1 Dr. Amanda Ross Superintendent Webster City 1 CLASS A, CENTRAL DISTRICT, TERM EXPIRING IN 2025 Jess Toliver Superintendent Eagle Grove 1 (by draw) Rob Luther Principal Baxter 1 Maury Ruble Principal Ogden 1 CLASS AA, CENTRAL DISTRICT, TERM EXPIRING IN 2023 Erik Garnass Principal Bondurant-Farrar 1 (by draw) Tim Carver Principal Urbandale 1 Scott Grimes Superintendent Dallas Center-Grimes 1 Dr. Rich Powers Superintendent Bondurant-Farrar 1 Dr. Theron Schutte Superintendent Marshalltown 1 CLASS A, NORTHEAST DISTRICT, TERM EXPIRING IN 2025 Doug Gee Superintendent Clear Lake 7 Tim Dugger Superintendent Postville 1 Tom Meyer Superintendent Bellevue 1 Jeff Recker Principal Bellevue 1 Chris Rogne Principal Crestwood, Cresco 1 CLASS A, NORTHWEST DISTRICT, TERM EXPIRING IN 2021 Jon Wiebers Superintendent Ridge View 2 (by draw) Jared Cecil Principal Algona 2 Russ Adams Superintendent MOC-Floyd Valley 1

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board minutes Board of Control Steve Bruder Principal South O’Brien, Paullina 1 Marty Fonley Superintendent West Monona 1 Chad Janzen Superintendent Rock Valley 1 Jeff Kruse Superintendent East Sac County 1 Chad Shook Superintendent Lawton-Bronson 1 Ken Slater Superintendent River Valley, Correctionville 1 CLASS A, NORTHWEST DISTRICT, TERM EXPIRING IN 2025 Marty Fonley Superintendent West Monona, Onawa 2 (by draw) Steven Bruder Principal South O’Brien, Paullina 2 Amanda Schmidt Superintendent West Bend-Mallard 2 Russ Adams Superintendent MOC-Floyd Valley 1 Scott Bailey Principal Kingsley-Pierson 1 Steve Grond Superintendent Boyden-Hull 1 Jeff Scharn Principal Sioux Central, Sioux Rapids 1 Travis Sprague Principal MMCRU 1 CLASS AA, SOUTHEAST DISTRICT, TERM EXPIRING IN 2025 Joe Stutting Superintendent North Scott, Eldridge

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SYNOPSIS OF THE MINUTES OF THE MEETING OF THE BOARD OF CONTROL OF THE IOWA HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION DECEMBER 1, 2020 The Board of Control of the Iowa High School Athletic Association (IHSAA) met December 1, 2020, by virtual meeting, pursuant to notice. Board of Control members present were Chairperson Barb Schwamman, Vice-Chairperson Brent Cook, Treasurer Dave Wiebers, Andy Crozier, Amanda Whaley, Deron Durflinger, Steve Pettit and Rod Earleywine. Association staff members present were Executive Director Tom Keating and Assistant Directors Todd Tharp and Jared Chizek. Also present was Brian Humke, IHSAA legal counsel. CALL TO ORDER - The meeting was called to order by Chairperson Schwamman at 8:05 a.m. ELIGIBILITY RULING – (1) Storm Lake – Keyon H. – Scholarship Rule 36.15(2). Pursuant to a letter received from Mel Fisher, director of student services at Storm Lake High School, to extend the eligibility of a student. Mel Fisher, appellant, and Dr. Stacey Cole, superintendent, participated in the hearing. The participants were informed Board Member Lebo had recused herself from the hearing and had not received any materials pertaining to the hearing. (MM-S) Cook-Whaley that in accordance with 36.15(2), the appeal requesting an extension of eligibility be denied. Motion carried unanimously. ADJOURNMENT - Being no further business, the meeting was adjourned by Chairperson Schwamman at 8:45 a.m. I, Jared Chizek, Assistant Director of the Iowa High School Athletic Association, do hereby certify that the above and foregoing is a true and correct record of the proceedings of the meeting of the Board of Control held Tuesday, December 1 2020.

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board minutes Board of Control SYNOPSIS OF THE MINUTES OF THE MEETING OF THE BOARD OF CONTROL OF THE IOWA HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION DECEMBER 17, 2020 The Board of Control of the Iowa High School Athletic Association (IHSAA) met December 17, 2020, at the Iowa High School Athletic Association (IHSAA) office in Boone, Iowa pursuant to notice. Board of Control members present were Chairperson Barb Schwamman, Vice Chairperson Brent Cook, Treasurer Dave Wiebers, Andy Crozier (did not participate in the eligibility hearing), Rod Earleywine, Amanda Whaley, Deron Durflinger, Steve Pettit and Ann Lebo (non-voting). Association staff members present were Executive Director Tom Keating, Assistant Directors Todd Tharp, Chad Elsberry and Jared Chizek and Director of Finance Jessica Morgan. Also present was Brian Humke, IHSAA legal counsel. CALL TO ORDER - The meeting was called to order by Chairperson Schwamman at 8:30 a.m. ELIGIBILITY RULINGS - (1) Dubuque Senior – Kendrick W.H.– General Transfer Rule 36.15(3). Pursuant to a letter received from Brent Cook, Dubuque Senior High School Activities Director. Brent Cook, appellant; Dr. Dan Johnson, Dubuque Senior High School Principal, Kendrick W.H., student, and Evette W., mother of student, all participated in the hearing. They were informed Board Member Lebo had recused herself from the hearing and had not received any materials pertaining to the hearing. Prior to board’s deliberation, Cook recused himself from the discussion. (MM-S) Earleywine-Durflinger that in accordance with 36.15(3), eligibility be granted. Motion carried 5-1 with Wiebers voting nay. APPROVAL OF MINUTES - (MM-S) Pettit-Cook to approve the November 20 and December 1, 2020 minutes. Motion carried unanimously. CONSENT ITEMS RETIREMENT INVESTMENT COMMITTEE MEETING MINUTES – Director of Finance Morgan presented the meeting minutes from the Retirement Investment Committee meeting held November 11, 2020. APPROVAL OF CONSENT ITEMS – (MM-S) Crozier-Pettit to approve all consent items as presented and reviewed. Motion carried unanimously. ACTION ITEMS FINANCIAL REPORT – Director of Finance Morgan presented November 30, 2020, financial statements including the statement of financial position, statement of budgetary activities and fall sports financial report. (MM-S) Durflinger-Pettit to approve the financial report as presented and to withhold the revenue sharing of the first and second round of the football playoffs until later in the fiscal year. Motion carried unanimously. 2021 IHSAA BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT CLASSIFICATIONS – Assistant Director Tharp presented the 2021 basketball classifications. Tournament assignments and pairings will be prepared at a later date. (MM-S) Cook-Whaley to approve the classifications. Motion carried unanimously. 2021 IHSAA BOWLING TOURNAMENT CLASSIFICATIONS – Assistant Director Tharp presented the 2021 bowling classifications. Tournament assignments and pairings will be prepared at a later date. (MM-S) Cook-Whaley to approve the classifications as presented. Motion carried unanimously. IHSAA BASEBALL ADVISORY COMMITTEE MINUTES & RECOMMENDATIONS – Assistant Directors Tharp and Chizek presented the minutes from the Baseball Advisory Committee and the committee's three recommendations. The committee recommended 1) To allow skin infields and to give the highest seeded team the opportunity to host postseason games with the caveat that lights are still required to host in Class 1A-3A. 2) To allow schools to practice at the district/substate neutral site facility if the host school allows. 3) To seed the state baseball tournament through a Zoom meeting with the eight participating coaches coming to a consensus on the eight seeds. (MM-S) Crozier-Cook to accept the minutes and to approve the three recommendations. Motion carried unanimously. CLASSIFICATION COMMITTEE MINUTES – Executive Director Keating and Assistant Director Chizek shared the minutes from the December 4, 2020 classification committee meeting. (MM-S) Wiebers-Earleywine to receive the minutes from the Spring 2021

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board minutes Board of Control ADJOURNMENT - Being no further business, the meeting was adjourned by Chairperson Schwamman at 12:00 p.m. I, Jared Chizek, Assistant Director of the Iowa High School Athletic Association, do hereby certify that the above and foregoing is a true and correct record of the proceedings of the meeting of the Board of Control held Thursday, December 17, 2020.

SYNOPSIS OF THE MINUTES OF THE MEETING OF THE BOARD OF CONTROL OF THE IOWA HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION JANUARY 21, 2021 The Board of Control of the Iowa High School Athletic Association (IHSAA) met January 21, 2021 at the Iowa High School Athletic Association (IHSAA) office in Boone pursuant to notice. Board of Control members present were Chairperson Barb Earleywine, Vice Chairperson Brent Cook, Treasurer Dave Wiebers, Andy Crozier, Amanda Whaley (Zoom participant), Deron Durflinger, Steve Pettit and Rod Earleywine (Zoom participant). Association staff members present were Executive Director Tom Keating, Assistant Directors Todd Tharp, Chad Elsberry and Jared Chizek, Director of Finance Jessica Morgan and Director of Officials Lewie Curtis. Also present was Brian Humke, IHSAA legal counsel. BOARD OF CONTROL WORK SESSION - The Board of Control met at 8:30 am for a special work session to review the IHSAA and IHOP Foundation 990 tax returns and to sign Conflict of Interest statements. Each Board of Control member received a complete copy of the IHSAA and the IHOP Foundation 990 tax returns. CALL TO ORDER - The meeting was called to order by Chairperson Schwamman at 9:00 a.m. APPROVAL OF MINUTES - (MM-S) Crozier-Durflinger to approve the December 17, 2020, minutes. Motion carried unanimously. CONSENT ITEMS 2021 WRESTLING TOURNAMENT MANUALS – (MM-S) Pettit-Cook to table approving the 2021 postseason wrestling tournament manuals until the board’s discussion on the state wrestling tournament. Motion carried unanimously. 2021 BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT MANUAL – (MM-S) Pettit-Durflinger to table approving the 2021 postseason basketball tournament manual until the board’s discussion on the state basketball tournament. Motion carried unanimously. DES MOINES LINCOLN/NORWALK/CARLISLE SWIMMING AGREEMENT CHANGE – Executive Director Keating shared a request from Des Moines, Lincoln, Norwalk and Carlisle that would allow the shifting of host school responsibilities in the event Des Moines, Lincoln returns to 100% virtual learning. 2021 DISTRICT SWIMMING SITES & ASSIGNMENTS – Assistant Director Chizek provided the 2021 district swimming sites and assignments. APPROVAL OF CONSENT ITEMS – (MM-S) Cook-Durflinger to approve the two remaining consent items as presented and reviewed. Motion carried unanimously. ACTION ITEMS FINANCIAL REPORT – Director of Finance Morgan presented December 31, 2020, financial statements including the Detailed Statement of Financial Position, Statement of Budgetary Activities and Quarterly Investment Report. (MM-S) Crozier-Cook to approve the financial report as presented and reviewed. Motion carried unanimously. INVESTMENT COMMITTEE MEETING MINUTES AND RECOMMENDATION– Director of Finance Morgan presented the minutes from the investment committee on December 17, 2020. The committee recommended to reinvest the proceeds of a previous sale of stock into new stock. (MM-S) Pettit-Cook to approve the committee’s recommendation. Motion carried unanimously. AUDITOR ENGAGEMENT LETTER – Director of Finance Morgan presented and discussed the engagement letter with Spring 2021

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board minutes Board of Control Meriwether, Wilson & Company, PLLC to conduct the independent audit for the IHSAA and subsidiary for the fiscal year 2020-21. (MM-S) Crozier-Earleywine to engage Meriwether, Wilson & Company, PLLC. Motion carried unanimously. 2019-20 IHSAA ANNUAL REPORT – Director of Finance Morgan presented the 2019-20 Annual Report. The annual report will be shared and discussed with the Representative Council at their March meeting. (MM-S) Cook-Wiebers to approve the annual report as presented. Motion carried unanimously. 2021 STATE WRESTLING INDIVIDUAL AND DUAL TEAM TOURNAMENT FORMAT – Director of Officials Curtis provided alternative plans for the upcoming state wrestling tournament in order to safely hold the event during the COVID-19 pandemic. The board deliberated the options provided by Curtis along with the idea of running the tournament as in years past. (MM-S) Earleywine-Pettit to not change the format for 2021 state individual and dual team tournament and to increase the ticket price to $15 for sessions 1-7 and to $20 for session 8. Motion carried unanimously. 2021 CLASS 1A AND 2A REGIONAL DUAL TEAM WRESTLING SITES AND CLASS 3A REGIONAL DUAL TEAM WRESTLING SITES AND ASSIGNMENTS – Director of Officials Curtis shared the IWCOA ranking process is still live and the deadline to submit rankings is Friday, January 29 at Noon. At that point, Curtis can determine host sites for Class 1A and 2A regional dual team wrestling and Class 3A regional dual team sites and assignments. Class 1A and 2A assignments will be made following the sectional tournament on February 8. (MM-S) Cook-Durflinger to approve the Class 1A and 2A sites and Class 3A sites and assignments on the forthcoming rankings. Motion carried unanimously. 2021 STATE QUALIFYING BOWLING SITES AND ASSIGNMENTS – Assistant Director Tharp presented the state qualifying bowling meet sites and assignments. (MM-S) Crozier-Cook to approve the sites and assignments as presented. Motion carried unanimously. 2021 SPIRIT OF SPORT NOMINATION – Executive Director Keating shared the IHSAA’s intent to nominate Tashaun Willis, student at Washington High School, as Iowa’s nominee for the NFHS Spirit of Sport Award. (MM-S) Crozier-Durflinger to approve the nomination. Motion carried unanimously. 2020-21 BEDS DOCUMENT – Assistant Director Tharp presented the BEDS Document that will be used for classification for the 2021-22 school year. In case of ties in enrollment, the last alphabetical school goes into the larger classification. (MM-S) Cook-Earleywine to approve the BEDS Document to be used for 2021-22 classifications. Motion carried unanimously. CLASSIFICATION COMMITTEE MINUTES – Executive Director Keating, Assistant Director Chizek and board members Schwamman and Crozier shared the minutes from the January 14 and 19, 2021 classification committee meeting. (MM-S) Wiebers-Earleywine to receive the minutes from the classification committee and to continue to meet as a committee to attempt to determine the best way to classify member schools for postseason events. Motion carried unanimously. 2021 TENNIS CLASSIFICATIONS – Director of Officials Curtis presented the classifications to be used for the 2021 tennis season. (MM-S) Wiebers-Cook to approve the classifications as presented. Motion carried unanimously. IHSAA FOOTBALL ADVISORY COMMITTEE MINUTES & RECOMMENDATIONS – Assistant Director Tharp presented the minutes from the Football Advisory Committee and the committee's four recommendations. The committee recommended 1) To change the current classification structure to add an additional 11-player and an additional 8-player class. 2) Under the current classification structure, schools in 8-player through 3A play a maximum of two non-district games. 3) If recommendation 1 fails, to change the current classification structure to add an additional 8-player class. 4) If recommendation 1 and 3 fail, in classes 8-player through 3A, to play an eight-game regular season schedule and to qualify 32 teams for the playoffs. The board reviewed and discussed different classification breakdowns. (MM-S) Pettit-Cook to accept the minutes, to deny recommendations 1, 2, 3 and 4 and to approve a seven-class structure (36-36-36-48-48-remaining 11-player schools-8player), a nine-game regular season and 16 playoff qualifiers for Classes 3A, 4A and 5A and an eight-game regular season and 32 postseason qualifiers for 8-player and Classes A, 1A and 2A. Motion carried 6-1 with Crozier voting nay. 2021 WRESTLING TOURNAMENT MANUALS – (MM-S) Earleywine-Cook to bring from the table the 2021 postseason wrestling tournament manuals. (MM-S) Earleywine-Cook to approve the postseason wrestling tournament manuals as amended. Motion carried unanimously.

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board minutes Board of Control REPORTS D.O.E. REPORT – Executive Director Keating shared information he received from board member Lebo regarding a IDPH Zoom on January 22 regarding the COVID-19 vaccine. I.A.S.B. REPORT – Board member Whaley shared IASB is working with SAI on a revised superintendent evaluation and the group continues is advocacy of public schools at the legislative level. I.H.S.A.D.A. REPORT – Board member Cook shared the IHSADA has not yet made a decision whether or not state athletic directors conference will be held in person or virtually this spring. LET’S CONNECT CONFERENCE – Assistant Directors Elsberry and Chizek shared about their experience at the recent Let’s Connect Conference held virtually this year. NFHS WINTER MEETING REPORT – Executive Director Keating presented on the virtual NFHS Winter Meeting held earlier this month. INFORMATION AND DISCUSSION ITEMS 1) Director of Officials Curtis provided an updated list of 2019-20 winter sports ejections. 2) Executive Director Keating provided a preliminary schedule for the 2021 NFHS Summer Meeting. 3) Executive Director Keating provided information regarding the number of insurance claims filed under the Head Strong Insurance program as of January 1. 4) Executive Director Keating provided articles sent from the NFHS since the board’s last meeting. 5) Executive Director Keating and Legal Counsel Humke discussed options regarding notifying appellants of the board’s eligibility decision. 6) Executive Director Keating and Assistant Director Chizek shared their experience at the first IHSAA Student Advisory Committee last week. 7) Executive Director Keating provided a copy of the National High School Sports-Related Injury Surveillance Study. 8) Legal Counsel Humke and Assistant Director Chizek shared information relative to a request to waive the Scholarship Rule as it pertains to a young man wanting to throw the javelin at collegiate meets. 9) Executive Director Keating and Director of Finance Morgan provided information about Hometown Ticketing. 10) Assistant Director Tharp shared a preliminary schedule of the state basketball tournament. No action was taken to approve or deny the schedule. NEXT MEETING DATE - The next regularly scheduled meeting will be held March 11, 2021 at Hy-Vee Hall in Des Moines, held in conjunction with the state basketball tournament. ADJOURNMENT - Being no further business, the meeting was adjourned by Chairperson Schwamman at 2:15 p.m. I, Jared Chizek, Assistant Director of the Iowa High School Athletic Association, do hereby certify that the above and foregoing is a true and correct record of the proceedings of the meeting of the Board of Control held Thursday, January 21, 2021.

SYNOPSIS OF THE MINUTES OF THE MEETING OF THE BOARD OF CONTROL OF THE IOWA HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION MARCH 1, 2021 The Board of Control of the Iowa High School Athletic Association (IHSAA) met March 1, 2020, by virtual meeting, pursuant to notice. Board of Control members present were Chairperson Barb Schwamman, Vice-Chairperson Brent Cook, Treasurer Dave Wiebers, Andy Crozier, Amanda Whaley, Deron Durflinger and Rod Earleywine. Association staff members present were Executive Director Tom Keating and Assistant Directors Chad Elsberry and Jared Chizek. Also present was Brian Humke, IHSAA legal counsel. CALL TO ORDER - The meeting was called to order by Chairperson Schwamman at 10:00 a.m. Spring 2021

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board minutes Board of Control ELIGIBILITY RULING – (1) Ankeny – Cameron D. – General Transfer Rule 36.15(3). Pursuant to a letter received from Antoine and Sara D., father and step-mother of the student. Executive Director Keating shared he had received an email just prior to the scheduled hearing from Sara D. that Cameron and Antoine would not seek a hearing due to Cameron not participating in practices over the past weeks. ADJOURNMENT - Being no further business, the meeting was adjourned by Chairperson Schwamman at 10:05 a.m. I, Jared Chizek, Assistant Director of the Iowa High School Athletic Association, do hereby certify that the above and foregoing is a true and correct record of the proceedings of the meeting of the Board of Control held Monday, March 1, 2021. SYNOPSIS OF THE MINUTES OF THE MEETING OF THE BOARD OF CONTROL OF THE IOWA HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION MARCH 11, 2021 The Board of Control of the Iowa High School Athletic Association (IHSAA) met March 11, 2021, at the Iowa Hall of Pride in Des Moines, Iowa, pursuant to notice. Board of Control members present were Chairperson Barb Schwamman, Vice Chairperson Brent Cook, Treasurer Dave Wiebers, Andy Crozier, Amanda Whaley, Deron Durflinger, Steve Pettit, Rod Earleywine and Ann Lebo (non-voting; arrived after appeal). Association staff member present was Executive Director Tom Keating; Assistant Directors Todd Tharp, Chad Elsberry and Jared Chizek; and Director of Officials Lewie Curtis. Brian Humke, IHSAA Legal Counsel was also present. CALL TO ORDER - The meeting was called to order by Chairperson Schwamman at 8:00 a.m. ELIGIBILITY RULING – (1) Chariton – Ezekiel R. – Scholarship Rule 36.15(2). Pursuant to a letter received from Jephrey and Robin R, parents of student. Jephrey and Robin R., appellants, Ezekiel R., student, and Tim Milledge, Chariton High School Athletic Director, participated in the hearing. The participants were informed Board Member Lebo had recused herself from the hearing and had not received any materials pertaining to the hearing. (MM-S) Crozier-Pettit that in accordance with 36.15(2), the appeal requesting an extension of eligibility be denied. Motion carried unanimously. APPROVAL OF AGENDA - (MM-S) Durflinger-Wiebers to begin the meeting with the Action Items in order to allow Assistant Directors Tharp, Elsberry and Chizek and Director of Officials Curtis to handle their state basketball tournament responsibilities. Motion carried unanimously. APPROVAL OF MINUTES - (MM-S) Pettit-Durflinger to approve the January 21, 2021; January 28, 2021; and March 1, 2021 minutes. Motion carried unanimously. ACTION ITEMS 2021 TENNIS CLASSIFICATIONS & DISTRICT SITES – Director of Officials Curtis presented the 2021 tennis classifications and district tennis sites. Assignments will be made later this spring. (MM-S) Cook-Wiebers to approve the classifications and sites as presented. Motion carried unanimously. 2020-21 BEDS DOCUMENT – Assistant Director Tharp presented the BEDS Document that will be used for classification for the 2021-22 school year. In case of ties in enrollment, the last alphabetical school goes into the larger classification. (MM-S) Wiebers-Whaley to approve the BEDS Document to be used for 2021-22 classifications. Motion carried unanimously. 2021 GOLF CLASSIFICATIONS & POSTSEASON SITES & ASSIGNMENTS– Assistant Director Elsberry presented the 2021 golf classifications and the sectional and district golf sites and assignments. (MM-S) Cook-Crozier to approve the classifications and sites and assignments as presented. Motion carried unanimously. IHSAA SOCCER ADVISORY COMMITTEE MINUTES & RECOMMENDATIONS – Assistant Director Tharp presented the minutes from the Soccer Advisory Committee and the committee's one recommendation. The committee recommended to create a fourth class of soccer. (MM-S) Earleywine-Pettit to accept the minutes and to deny the recommendation. Motion carried unanimously.

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board minutes Board of Control JOINT CROSS COUNTRY ADVISORY COMMITTEE – Assistant Director Chizek presented the minutes and three recommendations from the Joint Cross Country Advisory Committee. The committee recommended: 1) To move the Class 3A and 4A state qualifying meets to the Wednesday of Week 16. 2) To move the Class 3A and 4A state meet to the Friday of Week 17. 3) To increase the number of Class 1A state qualifying meet sites to eight and to have the top two teams and top ten individuals qualifying for the state meet. (MM-S) Wiebers-Durflinger to receive the minutes and to approve recommendations 1, 2 and 3. Motion carried unanimously. MVC/MAC FOOTBALL SCHEDULE REQUEST - Executive Director Keating presented a letter from the Mississippi Valley Conference and the Mississippi Athletic Conference to allow the 5A schools in each of their leagues to schedule their own football contests for the next two-year cycle. (MM-S) Crozier-Earleywine to deny the request from the two conferences to schedule their own football games for the 2021 and 2022 season. Motion carried 6-1, with Cook voting against the motion and Pettit abstaining. 2021/2022 FOOTBALL CLASSIFICATIONS & DISTRICTS – Assistant Director Tharp presented the football classifications, 5A group assignments, and the 8-Player through Class 4A district assignments for the 2021 and 2022 football seasons. (MM-S) Crozier-Pettit to approve the classifications and assignments as presented. Motion carried unanimously. CONSENT ITEMS CHARACTER COUNTS COACH OF THE YEAR – Assistant Director Elsberry presented that Larry Lyle of Keota was named Character Counts State Coach of the Year. NFHS COACHES ASSOCIATION – Assistant Director Tharp presented the list of Iowa Coaches of the Year as named by the NFHS Coaches Association. 2021 SPRING SPORTS MANUAL – The administrative staff presented the 2021 Spring Sports Manual for approval. The manual contains information for Golf, Tennis, Track & Field, Soccer, and Baseball. BELMOND-KLEMME WRESTLING SITUATION & CORRECTIVE ACTION – Executive Director Keating presented correspondence from and response to Belmond-Klemme High School regarding the participation of an unenrolled student in a high school wrestling event. NODAWAY VALLEY FOOTBALL COACH SITUATION– Executive Director Keating shared information regarding a situation involving the Nodaway Valley head football coach and a student at his previous district. The concerning school district has been told to share their concern with the Board of Educational Examiners. APPROVAL OF CONSENT ITEMS - (MM-S) Earleywine-Durflinger to approve all consent items as presented and reviewed. Motion carried unanimously. REPORTS No reports were presented at this meeting as they will be given at the Representative Council meeting on March 12, 2021. INFORMATION AND DISCUSSION ITEMS 1) Executive Director Keating shared the winter sports ejection report. 2) Executive Director Keating presented correspondence sent to member schools regarding cooperative sharing and whole grade sharing programs for the 2021-22 school year. 3) Assistant Director Elsberry shared correspondence sent to member schools about the Governor’s Scholar Program. 4) Executive Director Keating shared the NFHS football rule changes for the 2021 season. 5) Executive Director Keating shared the NFHS soccer rule changes for the 2022 season. 6) Executive Director Keating provided information regarding the number of insurance claims filed under the Head Strong Insurance program as of March 1. 7) Executive Director Keating shared the March 12, 2021 Representative Council agenda. 8) Executive Director Keating provided the board with the state basketball tournament awards schedule. 9) Executive Director Keating shared weekly articles authored by the NFHS. 10) Chairperson Schwamman led a discussion regarding the board’s desire and direction for future classification work. Spring 2021

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board minutes Board of Control 11) Executive Director Keating provided an update regarding how appellants can be notified of the board’s eligibility decision. 12) Executive Director Keating shared a University of Wisconsin study on the impact of COVID-19 on high school athletics. 13) Executive Director Keating presented a letter from the Lakes Conference regarding Western Christian withdrawing from the conference. 14) Executive Director Keating and Board Members Schwamman, Cook and Wiebers provided a recap from the February 25 joint board meeting. 15) Executive Director Keating provided a list of all IHSAA advisory committees for the board to review. 16) Executive Director Keating shared where the administrative staff was currently at in its goals and planning stage through the visioning process. NEXT MEETING DATE - The next regularly scheduled meeting will be held April 21, 2021 at the IHSAA Office in Boone. ADJOURNMENT - Being no further business, the meeting was adjourned by Chairperson Schwamman at 10:35 a.m. I, Jared Chizek, Assistant Director of the Iowa High School Athletic Association, do hereby certify that the above and foregoing is a true and correct record of the proceedings of the meeting of the Board of Control held Thursday, March 11, 2021.

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CONDUCT COUNTS

In this EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTION CONDUCT COUNTS these behaviors are NOT acceptable:

In this EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTION conduct, including profanity, obscene these behaviors are NOT acceptable: • Disrespectful gestures or comments, offensive remarks of a sexual nature, or other actions that demean individuals or the event. Disrespectful conduct, including profanity, obscene gestures or comments, offensivePenalty remarks- EJECTION of a sexual nature,

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Throwing articles onto the contest area. Penalty - EJECTION Entering the contest area in protest or celebration.

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coaches/directors, contestants spectators. Physical confrontation involvingorcontest officials, Penalty EJECTION coaches/directors, contestants or spectators. Penalty - EJECTION Spectator interference with the event. Spectator interference with the event. Penalty - EJECTION

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Jumping up and down on the bleachers. • Jumping up and down on the bleachers.

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Use of artificial noisemakers, signs or banners. • Use of artificial noisemakers, signs or banners. •

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