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More Medals For Wolfpack Wrestlers At Cedar Valley Invite

February 6, 2014 by lmorgan · Comments Off 

CEDAR RAPIDS — Wolfpack wrestlers competed Friday at the 2014 Cedar Valley Invitational.
All four wrestlers placed at the meet, led by the duo of Andrew Fangman and Brett Kinney who each placed second in their respective weight classes. Teammate Geoffrey Carr placed fourth in the 113-pound weight class and Brody Hupp was seventh in the 160-pound class.

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St. Mary’s Knocks Wolfpack Gals Out Of Tourney

February 6, 2014 by lmorgan · Comments Off 

O’NEILL — St. Mary’s eliminated EPPJ 71 to 31 Monday night in the second round of the NVC Girls Basketball Tournament.
The Cardinals jumped out to a 46 to 15 lead by halftime.
Sydney Hupp scored 15 points and Brooke Bauer added 12 for the Cardinals. The Wolfpack was led in scoring by Stephanie Bode with 11.

Kerkman Buzzer-Beater Tops Humphrey/LHF

February 6, 2014 by lmorgan · Comments Off 

ELGIN — Every basketball player dreams at one time of making a buzzer-beater to give his team a victory.
Junior Regan Kerkman’s 10-footer as time expired Thursday night gave the Wolfpack a come-from-behind 63 to 61 victory over Humphrey/Lindsay Holy Family.
Down by seven points at the end of the third quarter, 45 to 38, the Wolfpack outscored the Bulldogs 13 to six to tie the score at 51-all on a basket by Jake Eischeid. Kyle Heithoff had five points in the run.

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Bode Scores 40 As Wolfpack Defeat N/V In OT

February 6, 2014 by lmorgan · Comments Off 

EWING — Senior Stephanie Bode set a Wolfpack record Saturday, scoring 40 points to help lead EPPJ to a 75 to 73 overtime victory over Niobrara-Verdigre in the opening round of the NVC Girls Basketball Tournament.
No one ever wearing a Wolfpack uniform has ever ripped the nets quite like the 5’9” senior did on this occasion. And the Wolfpack needed every single point to hold off the Lady Cougars who rallied from a 15-point deficit in the second half, then led in overtime before EPPJ rallied for the victory.

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Ewing Girls Defeat Wolfpack 39 to 37

January 31, 2014 by lmorgan · Comments Off 

EWING — In a matchup of NVC rivals, the Wolfpack girls team came up two points short Friday night, falling to Ewing by the score of 39 to 37.
Down by six points with under two minutes left in the game, the Wolfpack charged back to make the game a nail-biter in the end.
Trailing 38 to 32, the Wolfpack made their move when Jenna Parks scored. Then the Wolfpack got a steal on the in-bounds pass and freshman Baylee Wemhoff scored her only field goal of the game to pull EPPJ to within two points, 38 to 36 with 44 seconds left in the game.
Ewing’s Riley Funk made one of two free throws to boost the Tigers’ lead up to 39 to 36 with 20 seconds left in the game.
Parks was fouled underneath the basket with 12 seconds left in the game. She made one of two free throws to pull to within two, 39 to 37.
Forced to foul, the Wolfpack put Linzie Van Horn on the line. The Tiger sophomore missed both free throws, giving the Wolfpack one last chance to tie. The Wolfpack got the ball into the hands of senior Stephanie Bode who was fouled with three seconds left. Both free throws missed the mark, the second one deliberately with hopes of getting a rebound and a put-back before the buzzer sounded. In this case, luck wasn’t on the side of the Wolfpack as the buzzer sounded, giving the victory to the Lady Tigers.

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