Friday, July 03, 2015
Iowa’s Uthoff humble but confident

NORTH LIBERTY — No Iowa basketball player will command as much attention as Jarrod Uthoff, but don’t tell him it’s his ... »

Iowa schools and NBA are virtual strangers
I hope Iowa’s Aaron White, a second-round draft pick of the Washington Wizards, makes it in the NBA.I hope former Hawkeye Devyn Marble cements ... »
Iowa’s Ellingson gains medical red-shirt, ready to make impact
NORTH LIBERTY — Brady Ellingson is a freshman again, and that’s a good thing for the Iowa guard.Ellingson applied for a medical red-shir ... »
Monday, July 06, 2015
Fifth-ranked J-Hawks blank No. 6 Kennedy, 4-0

CEDAR RAPIDS – Embroiled in a scoreless top-10 showdown with sixth-ranked Cedar Rapids Kennedy, Cedar Rapids Jefferson bided its time until ... »

West walks home a win against City High
IOWA CITY — Tanner Lohaus was walked with the bases loaded in the ninth inning to force in the winning run in Iowa City West’s 8-7 victo ... »
Gazette Athletes of the Year: The Finalists
The finalists for the 2015 Gazette Athletes of the Year have been announced. Click here to view the five female finalists. Click here to view the fi ... »
Wednesday, July 01, 2015
Georges Niang back from Nike Skills Academy with more experience and stitches

WEST DES MOINES — Georges Niang, sporting four fresh stitches near the corner of his right eye, walked down the steps into the Valley Southw ... »

Former Cyclone Vroman dies at age 34
Former Iowa State basketball player Jackson Vroman died Monday at age 34.Multiple reports conflicted on the cause of death.A release from the Iowa Sta ... »
Iowa State’s Cooke makes return to court in Y Cap City League
WEST DES MOINES — Hallice Cooke stood near the basket awaiting the impending contact. His former teammate Daniel Edozie — nearly five inc ... »
Monday, July 06, 2015
Offense picks up pitching staff for Kernels

CEDAR RAPIDS – Jake Mauer has hoped his offense would be able to take some pressure off his pitching staff a little bit more in the second h ... »

Sunday, July 05, 2015
Hawks chasing first league title since 1988

The title drought is reflected in the trophy case.

Joe Yegge scoured the hallways at Cedar Rapids Prairie, looking for hardware earned ... »

Rosario returns to Kernels, pitches well
CEDAR RAPIDS – He was removed with a seven-run lead and just one out to get to qualify for a win, but Randy Rosario was still all smiles postga ... »
Humble upbringing continues to influence Johnson
Zach Johnson has never shied away from his faith.“This being Easter, I cannot help but believe my Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ, was walking wi ... »
Baseball season to remember
Editor’s note: This is a continuing series of Eastern Iowa sports history “Time Machine” articles. Mark Dukes worked at The Gazet ... »
How They’re Doing: Metro, area, former Hawkeyes in pro baseball
Here’s your weekly look at how minor leaguers from the Metro, area and University of Iowa are faring.— Chad Christensen (Cedar Rapids Wa ... »
Chelanga runs away with men’s 8K title in his first Fifth Season race
CEDAR RAPIDS — Training in high altitudes paid off for Abraham Chelanga, the winner of Saturday’s Fifth Season 8K on its 30th anniversar ... »
Fifth Season Races provide successful start to holiday
CEDAR RAPIDS — Patrick O’Shea, 29, from Marshalltown was the top finisher Saturday at the Fifth Season 5K Run in downtown Cedar Rapids. ... »
Two No. 1 ranked softball teams fall at Rick Doran Classic
IOWA CITY – Class 5A No. 1 Iowa City West and Class 3A No. 1 Benton both lost battles with highly-ranked foes at the Rick Doran Classic on Frid ... »
Hurst, Shelliam cash in on Fourth of July special at Maquoketa
MAQUOKETA – When Independence Day rolls around each year, some families hit the lake. Some families have reunions or picnics. Others go racing. ... »