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2013-2014 Big East Basketball Preview

Nov 11, 2013 • by Kenneth True • Nations Elite
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2012 National High School Hall of Fame Class Selected

Mar 1, 2012 • National Federation of State High School Associations
Kevin Johnson and Fred Hoiberg - standout high school athletes in California and Iowa, respectively, and in the NBA - along with Bob Kanaby, longtime executive director of the NFHS, headline the 2012 class of the National High School Hall of Fame. More

Ames HS to Host Iowa State Volleyball Matches

Aug 18, 2010 • Ames High School
After flood waters decimated the floor in Iowa State's Hilton Coliseum last week, the Cyclones accepted Ames High School activities director Judge Johnston's offer to play their home matches at the school. More

2010 Jordan Brand All-American Team Announced

Feb 19, 2010 • New York
Jordan Brand announced today the student-athletes that will headline the nation's best high school senior basketball players at the 2010 Jordan Brand Classic. More

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Ames High grad helps paralyzed man regain movement

Jun 28, 2014 • Ames Tribune
Ian Burkhart, left, shares a moment with Ames High School and Iowa State University graduate Chad Bouton, a research leader at Battelle Memorial Institute in Columbus, Ohio, who has helped Burkhart regain movement of his paralyzed hand. Photo courtesy ... More

Iowa Games kick off in Ames with jamboree, opening ceremonies

Jul 19, 2014 • Iowa State Daily
The headliner of both the jamboree and the opening ceremonies was former Ames High School basketball player and current NBA player Harrison Barnes. Barnes said he played in numerous Iowa Games and began as early at fourth grade. He talked about ... More

13-Year old Timothy Jenks, Member of Ames Cyclones Aquatic Club, Killed in ...

Jun 27, 2014 • SwimSwam
Jenks would have been a freshman at Ames High School in the fall: a team that placed 13th at last year's Iowa High School State Championship meet. Jenks died at the scene, and was wearing a helmet at the time. Our condolences go out to Jenks' family, ... More

Basketball: Former Ames star Barnes donates jerseys to Ames Historical Center

Jul 17, 2014 • Ames Tribune
Former Ames High School and NBA player Harrison Barnes shows thumps up after donated his school, college and NBA jerseys to Ames Historical Society at the Society's office on Douglas Avenue Thursday, July 17, 2014, in Ames, Iowa. Photo by ... More

Engagement: King-Rosenberg

Jul 12, 2014 • Ames Tribune
Jessica, a 2010 graduate of Ames High School, graduated from the University of Northern Iowa in May with a bachelor's degree in marketing with management emphasis and an entrepreneurship certificate. She is working on contract with John Deere as a ... More

Rob 'Rat' Ratashak Dec. 16, 1958- July 11, 2014

Jul 15, 2014 • Ames Tribune
Born Dec. 16, 1958, in San Rafael, Calif.a, Rob was the son of George and Shirley (Knight) Ratashak. Rob grew up and received his education in Ames, graduated from Ames High School and spent most of his free time in his mother's garage restoring or ... More

Wayne Arthur Stensland Dec. 10, 1936 — July 4, 2014

Jul 5, 2014 • Ames Tribune
He graduated from Ames High School in 1954 and Iowa State University where he earned a master's degree in radiochemistry. As an undergraduate, he was a member of Phi Eta Sigma Fraternity and Phi Lambda Upsilon Honorary Chemistry Society. More

Off to the races: Athletes from around the state gather for 28th annual Iowa Games

Jul 16, 2014 • Iowa State Daily
The opening ceremonies will be in Jack Trice Stadium at 7:45 p.m. July 18 and will feature a parade of athletes, the lighting of the cauldron and keynote speaker Harrison Barnes, former Ames High School basketball standout and current Golden State Warrior. More

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