Two-sport standout Caitlynn Daniels finding the back of the net for Cedar Rapids Xavier girls’ soccer


CEDAR RAPIDS ‘ Caitlynn Daniels’ collegiate future is in basketball. The Cedar Rapids Xavier junior and University of Alabama-Birmingham basketball commit practices twice a week with the AAU club Team ‘

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The Cedar Rapids Xavier junior and University of Alabama-Birmingham basketball commit practices twice a week with the AAU club Team Iowa, plays in weekend tournaments and participates in its strength and conditioning program.

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Daniels ‘ a first team all-MVC midfielder last season ‘ broke a scoreless tie shortly after halftime with a free kick that deflected off a Kennedy defender and skipped past the goalkeeper. Daniels leads the Saints with four goals this season, just one short of last season’s mark.

‘This year she has come in and she has looked in great shape,’ third-year Xavier Coach Chris Higgins said. ‘A lot of our creativity is built around her and a lot of the girls feed off of her. To have her banging goals in gives a boost to the rest of the girls on the team.’

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Fifteen western Iowa girls basketball players have been named all-staters by the Iowa Print Sports Writers Association, including six who earned first-team recognition.

The WI first-team honorees are Ar-We-Va senior Emilee Danner in 1-A; Treynor seniors Konnor Sudmann and Kayla Chapman in Class 2-A; Shenandoah senior Logan Hughes and Creston sophomore Kelsey Fields in 3-A; and Sioux City Heelan junior Ella Skinner in 4-A.

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High School Sports Roundup: Tuesday, Sept. 11

State College 2, Red Land 0: Mackenzie Graham had the goals for State College. Red Land’s Kiersten Reeser made four saves and State College’s Jenny Mejia had one.

“We lost last year here in a game that looked eerily similar to the first half of this game, slow paced and not being able to finish,” State College coach Doug Bates said. “We knew the longer the score stayed at zeros the more confidence they would get. Thankfully, with tactical changes early in the second half we were able to break through.’

West Perry 8, Milton Hershey 0: Serenity Hill had four goals and an assist for the Mustangs. Camryn Smeigh (two goals, one assist), Tayler Sanno (one goal), Becca Sommerville (one goal) and Bridgette Cless (two assists) also had big nights for the winners.

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HIGH SCHOOL SPRING SPORTS ROUNDUP: Grove City 9 tops Conneaut

Why should he after his Eagles collected 13 hits and rode the left arm of senior Logan Minch to an easy 8-1 win over Conneaut Area to cap in Region 5 action at Grove City Memorial Park.

‘There’s definitely nothing to complain about today,’ Herman said. ‘We were firing on all cylinders ‘ on the mound, defensively and at the plate. When we’re doing that, we’re a tough team to play against.

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The win was a fitting send off for GC’s 7 seniors ‘ Ben McKnight, Danny Lucas, Minch, Trey Adams, Jordon Hodge, Darin Long, Tanner McCreadie and Brayden Martin ‘ who each contributed to the 7-run victory.

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