This is to avoid a situation where boys and girls from the same school do not compete in the same class. Cellular Center in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. These three sports were: , , and. . If you are a person with a disability who requires a reasonable accommodation in order to participate in a program sponsored by the University of Iowa Department of Intercollegiate Athletics , please contact the University of Iowa Department of Intercollegiate Athletics in advance at. Edmond Madrid 2010 Cedar Rapids Washington Sioux City Bishop Heelan Solon Madrid 2011 Cedar Falls Glenwood St. The dual team tournament was held at the in a week after the traditional tournament, until 2012, when it was held the Wednesday before the traditional tournament in.
John Davenport Central 1980 Lansing Kee Des Moines East 1981 Norway Lansing Kee Council Bluffs Saint Albert Marshalltown 1982 Norway Burlington Notre Dame Norwalk Davenport Assumption 1983 Norway Saint Mary's, Remsen Maquoketa Dubuque Hempstead 1984 Norway Remsen St. Additionally, a team may have up to 7 runners count in placing for team scores, although only the first 5 scores, with the 6th and 7th runners serving to displace and lower the position of runners on other teams. This was the subject of much controversy, as several teams sat their state qualifiers for the Dual Team tournament. Historically, however, the winners of all 3 tournaments are given credit for State Championships. Winners of both tournaments are considered State Champions. From 1973—1980, there were 2 classifications 1A and 2A , and since 1981 there have been 4 classifications 1A, 2A, 3A, and 4A. Mary's West Bend-Mallard Council Bluffs St.
Ambrose 1954 Waterloo East 1955 Des Moines Lincoln 1956 Mason City 1957 Council Bluffs Thomas Jefferson 1958 Bancroft St. Beginning in 1994, the Fall tournament became simply the 4A championship. Mary's Forest City Dubuque Hempstead 1985 Bancroft St. From 1994—2000, there was also a fall State Championship tournament that crowned a single champion. Each head-to-head competition is made of 6 singles and 3 doubles, each worth 1 point, and the first team to 5 points is the winner.
Currently, there is only one: the Summer State Championship, whose winners are currently recognized as the State Champions. Iowa Spring State Tournament Champions. The association promotes and regulates interscholastic sports among its member schools. Teams are then ranked with the lowest score winning. The University of Iowa prohibits discrimination in employment, educational programs, and activities on the basis of race, creed, color, religion, national origin, age, sex, pregnancy, disability, genetic information, status as a U. Mary's Davis County, Bloomfield Solon Dowling Catholic, West Des Moines 2012 Martensdale-St.
Union Center Point-Urbana Vinton-Shellsburg Cedar Rapids Washington 1996 Winfield-Mt. Listed below are the champions of those tournaments. About Iowa Public Television Iowa Public Television is Iowa's statewide public broadcasting network. Albert, Council Bluffs 2012 4A 3A 2A 1A Dowling Catholic Decorah Monticello St. This episode of Teen Spotlight features: basketball's reining all-time scoring leader, Pocahontas Area's Elle Ruffridge; Iowa City West track and field star Valerie Welch; Johnston's power hitter Brooke Wilmes; and the successful athletic programs at Davenport Assumption, including track phenom Joy Ripslinger. Since 2003, there has also been wheelchair events at the state meet.
It is headquartered at 5000 Westown Parkway, Suite 150,West Des Moines, Iowa 50266. This article relies too much on to. Those results are included above. Iowa Summer State Tournament Champions. Ansgar 1930 Corning 1931 Des Moines North 1932 Armstrong 1933 Manson 1934 Des Moines North 1935 Mason City 1936 Des Moines North 1937 Mason City 1938 Mason City 1939 Everly 1940 Davenport 1941 Davenport 1942 Rockwell City 1943 Corwith 1944 Davenport 1945 Cedar Rapids Roosevelt 1946 Mason City 1947 Davenport 1948 Monona 1949 Davenport 1950 Davenport 1951 Dubuque Loras 1952 Kanawha 1953 Davenport St. Individuals with disabilities are encouraged to attend all University of Iowa-sponsored events.
Albert Des Moines Lincoln 1976 Iowa City Regina Forest City Ames 1977 Clinton st. Mary's Solon Glenwood Kennedy, Cedar Rapids 2011 Martensdale-St. The current official distance for cross country meets is 5000m approximately 3. Unlike the Summer tournament, the Spring tournament never divided into separate classes. Mary's 1954 Muscatine 1955 Ames 1956 Marshalltown Iowa City St.
Iowa was the first State Association in the nation to hold a baseball championship meet in the summer. Marys Mid-Prairie, Wellman Assumption, Davenport Valley, West Des Moines 2005 Kee, Lansing Wilton Bishop Heelan Catholic, Sioux City Valley, West Des Moines 2006 Lenox Assumption, Davenport Xavier, Cedar Rapids Valley, West Des Moines 2007 Iowa Mennonite School, Kalona Washington, Cherokee West Delaware, Manchester Urbandale 2008 North Sentral Kossuth Assumption, Davenport Centerville Johnston 2009 Newman Catholic, Mason City Saint Edmond, Fort Dodge Norwalk North, Sioux City 2010 Martensdale-St. Coverage of each class title championship game will take place at the U. Albert Iowa City City High 1990 Nesco Colo Montezuma Pella Christian Waterloo East 1991 Aplington Fonda Newell Hull Western Christian Ames 1992 Aplington Iowa Mennonite Pella Christian Clinton Year 1A 2A 3A 4A 1993 Hudson Pella Christian New Hampton West Des Moines Valley 1994 Pomeroy Palmer Orange City Unity Christian Johnston Davenport West 1995 Winfield Mt. Both singles and doubles matches are in a best-of-3-sets format. In 2005, the wheelchair championship has been co-ed.
Albert 1993 3A 2A 1A Iowa City City High Waukon Iowa City Regina 1994 3A 2A 1A Iowa City City High Humboldt Denver 1995 3A 2A 1A Dubuque Senior Waukon Kalona Iowa Mennonite 1996 3A 2A 1A Iowa City City High Waukon Calamus-Wheatland 1997 3A 2A 1A Iowa City City High Waukon Iowa City Regina 1998 3A 2A 1A Dubuque Senior Waukon Iowa City Regina 1999 3A 2A 1A Iowa City City High Waukon West Sioux Hawarden 2000 3A 2A 1A Iowa City City High Central Clinton Dewitt Fairbank Wapsie Valley 2001 3A 2A 1A Des Moines Roosevelt Central Clinton Dewitt Bennett Durant 2002 3A 2A 1A Des Moines Roosevelt Waukon Greenfield Nodaway Valley 2003 4A 3A 2A 1A Des Moines Roosevelt Dubuque Wahlert Hull Western Christian Iowa City Regina 2004 4A 3A 2A 1A Cedar Falls Dubuque Wahlert Iowa City Regina Fairbank Wapsie Valley 2005 4A 3A 2A 1A Cedar Falls Lisbon Mount Vernon Hull Western Christian Fairbank Wapsie Valley 2006 4A 3A 2A 1A Pleasant Valley Cedar Rapids Xavier Calmar South Winneshiek Iowa City Regina 2007 4A 3A 2A 1A Pleasant Valley Cedar Rapids Xavier Monticello Iowa City Regina 2008 4A 3A 2A 1A Pleasant Valley Algona Spirit Lake Calmar South Winneshiek 2009 4A 3A 2A 1A Burlington Pella Spirit Lake Iowa Mennonite School, Kalona 2010 4A 3A 2A 1A Prairie, Cedar Rapids Dubuque Wahlert Iowa City Regina Northern University High, Cedar Falls 2011 4A 3A 2A 1A Dowling Catholic Pella Monticello St. Mary's Story City Roland-Story Iowa City West 1978 Iowa City Regina Denison Des Moines Roosevelt 1979 Iowa City Regina Cedar Rapids Regis West Des Moines Dowling Catholic 1980 Dike Storm Lake Dubuque Wahlert Catholic 1981 Paullina Central Clinton Dewitt Dubuque Wahlert Catholic 1982 Paullina Cedar Rapids Regis Assumption, Davenport 1983 Palmer Cedar Rapids Regis Linn-Mar, Marion 1984 Denver Cedar Rapids Regis Cedar Rapids Kennedy Year A 1A 2A 3A 1985 Lone Tree Nashua Hull Western Christian Carroll Kuemper 1986 Palmer Orange City Unity Christian Washington Bettendorf 1987 Palmer Pocahontas Estherville Burlington 1988 Palmer Orange City Maurice Perry Fort Dodge 1989 Keota Orange City Maurice Council Bluffs St. Teams are then ranked according to lowest score. Please improve this article by adding. Iowa Fall State Tournament Champions. A separate wheelchair team championship is also awarded.
Iowa is the only state that maintains separate governing bodies for boys' and girls' athletics. Mary's 1957 West Des Moines Dowling Catholic Iowa City St. The university also affirms its commitment to providing equal opportunities and equal access to university facilities. Year 1A 2A 3A 4A 1969 Burlington 1969 Cedar Rapids Wilson 1969 Cedar Rapids Wilson 1969 Cedar Rapids Franklin 1969 Cedar Rapids Wilson 1969 Exira 1969 Colesburg 1969 Council Bluffs Thomas Jefferson 1954 Dubuque 1955 West Des Moines 1956 Muscatine 1957 Muscatine 1958 Muscatine 1959 Council Bluffs Thomas Jefferson 1960 Council Bluffs Thomas Jefferson 1961 Ames 1962 Council Bluffs Thomas Jefferson 1963 Clinton St. Albert Solon Keokuk Bettendorf 2008 Lenox Southern Cal Lake City Emmetsburg Solon Sioux City Bishop Heelan West Des Moines Valley 2009 Armstrong-Ringsted Southern Cal Lake City Council Bluffs St. Schools requesting this placement will remain in higher class for two years.