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  • Branstad and Hatch Speak at IASB

    (Des Moines) Candidates for Terrace Hill today are both saying the effort to provide better access to early childhood education is personal to them.  Republican Governor Terry Branstad spoke first this morning before the Iowa Association of School Boards.


    “I’m a strong supporter of early childhood education. I’m also the grandfather of six and we have one of those in four year old preschool this year,” said Branstad.


    And, in a separate appearance, Democratic State Senator Jack Hatch says he struggled with dyslexia himself as a child.


    “My mother and father tried to steer me away from college, standardized tests were nearly impossible for me to do well, I insisted though that I was going to perform,” said Hatch.


    Both Senator Hatch and Governor Branstad answered the same questions before the I-A-S-B. 


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  • CAM Ends 6-Game Skid Against Rival Bombers

    (Anita) CAM began their 2014 football season in style Friday night with a 48-24 win over Adair-Casey. It’s the first time since 2008 that the Cougars have topped the Bombers.


    Outside of a punt return for a touchdown Adair-Casey controlled CAM in the first half leading 16-6 at the break. Outside kickoff return for a touchdown CAM dominated Adair-Casey in the 2nd half to win 48-24.


    Adair-Casey took the early lead with a touchdown drive on their opening series. The Bombers got a big run from Charlie Terry followed by a 31 yard touchdown by Terry on a screen pass from Connor Westergaard. Terry carried the load offensively for the Bombers with a strong rushing night and also had a standout defensive effort.  CAM answered back with their lone score of the first half, a 55 yard punt return by Connor Bell. Adair-Casey responded with another Westergaard TD pass. On the receiving end was Emmitt Wheatley who caught the ball at the five yard line and juked his way into the end zone for a 28 yard score. On the last play of the half, a CAM punt was blocked out of the end zone for a safety making the halftime score 16-6.


    CAM stuck to their power running game in the 2nd half and it paid off in a big way. Trace Ticknor darted in from 39 yards out midway through the third to give CAM some momentum. The Cougars went on a roll from there with Conner Bell reeling in three touchdown passes in a five minute span.   Bell, a senior in his first season playing high school football, caught scores from Drew Ticknor from 18, 10, and 15 yards out.


    With just over five minutes left in the game and CAM leading 34-16, senior Austin Williamson put some icing on the cake. The fullback found pay dirt from 14 yards away to make it 42-16. The ensuing kickoff was taken to the house in lightning quick fashion by Adair-Casey senior Emmitt Wheatley, but that was one of the rare highlights for the Bombers after intermission. Drew Ticknor’s 11 yard TD run with 1:29 to play provided an exclamation point for CAM’s 48-24 triumph.


    With several former players standing by and ‘encouraging‘ their former coach,

    CAM‘s Joe Wollum caught up with KSOM/KS95.7 Sports after the contest.



    Adair-Casey will look to regroup next week in the home opener against Nishnabotna. Comments from Bomber head coach Chris Bireline can be viewed here….



    CAM’s Connor Bell shined in his varsity debut. The senior is out for football for the first time since middle school. He posted three receiving touchdowns, one punt return touchdown and an interception. He also hauled in a pair of two point conversions.


    CAM senior Austin Williamson provided two great blocks, one on a punt return and another on an interception return. He ran for one TD and was in on several tackles.



    Senior Trace Ticknor accounted for most of the team’s rushing attempts and picked up  several hard earned yards. He led a stout defensive effort in the 2nd half.


More 80's Music on KS 95.7

KS 95.7 is where you need to be each Sunday Morning at 9 as Dave Newfell provides you a unique look at the 80's with Foundcuts.  Lots of great 80's music that you forgot about!


Take a Trip into the Underground Garage on KS 95.7

For a different look at some of the best rock n roll songs of the last five decades - catch our friend Little Steven (Steven Van Zandt) Sunday Nights at 8 here on KS 95.7.  Each week you will hear a great eclectic mix with some suprises now and then. 


KS 95.7 is your Home For Trojan Sports
News and interviews with the athletes and coaches of Atlantic High School - Exclusively on KS 95.7 Saturday Morning at 9am.

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