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MONDAY RESULTS – September 19

 (N-F-L football)

Philadelphia 29, Chicago 14

CHICAGO – The Chicago Bears finished last night’s 29-14 loss to Philadelphia without quarterback Jay Cutler because of a right thumb injury. Cutler was 12 of 17 for 157 yards, no touchdowns and one interception before leaving the game in the third quarter. Ryan Mathews ran for a pair of touchdowns and Carson Wentz threw for 190 yards, one TD and no interceptions as the 2-0 Eagles dropped the Bears to 0-2.

(major league baseball)

AMERICAN LEAGUE
Kansas City 8, Chicago White Sox 3
Boston 5, Baltimore 2
Texas 3, L.A. Angels 2
Houston 4, Oakland 2
Toronto 3, Seattle 2

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Atlanta 7, N.Y. Mets 3
Miami 4, Washington 3
Chicago Cubs 5, Cincinnati 2
St. Louis 5, Colorado 3
L.A. Dodgers 2, San Francisco 1
San Diego 3, Arizona 2

 

 

TUESDAY RESULTS – September 20

(volleyball)

Le Mars (8-4/2-0) def. Storm Lake 3-0  (25-15, 25-10, 25-8)

Lady Bulldog statistical leaders:  KILLS– Krista Zenk 16  ..  Sydney Rand 7  ..  Jenn Schneider 6.  ASSISTS– Sydney Rand 30.  BLOCKS– Sydney Rand, Grace Milbrodt & Anna Ahlrich 1 each.  DIGS– Jenn Schneider 11  ..  Abby Van Otterloo 6.  SERVING
ACES– Jenn Schneider, Abby Van Otterloo & Jacenta Sergisson 3 each.

 

triangular at Akron
(#14-2A)Hinton def. (#9-1A)Gehlen Catholic 3-1  (25-17, 22-25, 25-16, 25-18).

Lady Jays statistical leaders:  KILLS–  Katie Peters 21  ..  Krista Lipp 10  ..  Kaylee Schmit 7.  ASSISTS– Catalina Uribe 41.  BLOCKS– Katie Peters 4  ..  Catalina Uribe & Katelyn Langel 2 each.  DIGS– Catalina Uribe 18  ..  Katie Peters & Chloe Bunkers 17 each.  SERVING– Catalina Uribe 13-16 / 1 ace  ..  Chloe Bunkers 13-14.

 
Akron-Westfield def. (#9-1A)Gehlen Catholic (12-11/3-3) 3-1  (25-16, 25-13, 22-25, 25-15)

Lady Jays statistical leaders:  KILLS– Katie Peters 11  ..  Kaylee Schmit, Kayla Mayer & Brooklyn Heissel 5 each.  ASSISTS– Catalina Uribe 27.  BLOCKS– several with 1 each.  DIGS– Chloe Bunkers 20  ..  Brooklyn Heissel 15  ..  Kayla Mayer 12.  SERVING– Catalina Uribe 14-15  ..  Kayla Mayer 13-13  ..  Valaria Uribe 12-13 / 1 ace.

 

(cross country)

Sheldon Invitational

(girls results) VARSITY TEAM STANDINGS:  1. Spencer (72)  ..  2. Sioux City East (94)  ..  3. Le Mars (109)  ..  4. Unity Christian (132)  ..  5. Okoboji (136)  ..  13. Remsen St. Mary’s (13 teams).  Individual champion:  Kourtney Delperdang of Spirit Lake (19:56.09).  Le Mars results:  7. Chloe Calhoun (21:05.62)  ..  9. Kara Albrecht (21:23.42)  ..  20. Maddie Hurt (22:05.22)  ..  37. Paige Washburn (23:31.25)  ..  42. Mary Meis (23:39.92)  ..  46. Sarah Meis (23:44.86).  Remsen St. Mary’s results:  80. Olivia Schroeder  ..  86. Hannah Loutsch  ..  90. Kelsey Behrens  ..  91. Katlin Harvey  ..  92. Rebecca Johnson.  J.V. results:  (team) 1. Unity Christian  ..  3. Le Mars.  (champion) Zoe Hoekstra of Unity Christian (24:08.40).  Top Le Mars JV finishers:  6. Joan Meis  ..  7. Johanna Theeler.  Middle school results:  (champion) Emma Haley of M-O-C/Floyd Valley (13:21.43)  ..  10. Caroline Meis of Le Mars.

(boys results)  VARISTY TEAM STANDINGS:  1. Unity Christian (92)  ..  2. Sioux City North & Storm Lake (112)  ..  4. Spirit Lake (125)  ..  5. M-O-C/Floyd Valley (133)  ..  6. Le Mars (158)  (15 teams).  Individual champion:  Dylan Cavanaugh of Storm Lake (16:22.98)  ..  2. Jacob Vander Plaats of Unity Christian (16:41.34).  Le Mars results:  10. Andrew Tonner (17:53.05)  ..  27. Landen Parmelee (18:41.94)  ..  43. Eric Grasz (19:10.40)  ..  44. Jake Malik (19:11.84)  ..  46. J.T. Engebretson (19:15.74)  ..  54. Alec Rieken (19:25.89)  ..  88. Jake Francken-Small.  Remsen St. Mary’s results:  38. Wyatt Staab (18:58.02)  ..  65. Robert Russell  ..  69. Nick Ruden.  J.V. results:  (team) 1. Sioux City North  ..  5. Le Mars.  (champion) Sam Harrison of Sioux Center (19:25.93)  ..  26. Tate Hogrefe of Le Mars  ..  27. Luke Skov of Le Mars.  Middle school results:  1. Ethan Hulinsky of Le Mars (11:02.71)  ..  10. Matthew Hicks of Le Mars (12:24.88).

(major league baseball)

INTERLEAGUE
Philadelphia 7, Chicago White Sox 6

AMERICAN LEAGUE
Boston 5 Baltimore 2
Cleveland 2, Kansas City 1
N.Y. Yankees 5, Tampa Bay 3
Texas 5, L.A. Angels 4
Detroit 8 Minnesota 1
Houston 2 Oakland 1, 10 innings
Toronto 10, Seattle 2

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Atlanta 5, N.Y. Mets 4
Miami 1, Washington 0
Chicago Cubs 6, Cincinnati 1
Pittsburgh 6, Milwaukee 3
St. Louis 10, Colorado 5
San Diego 5, Arizona 2
San Francisco 2, L.A. Dodgers 0

 

 

WEDNESDAY RESULTS – September 21

(MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL)

INTERLEAGUE
Philadelphia 8, Chicago White Sox 3

AMERICAN LEAGUE
Houston 6, Oakland 5
Seattle 2, Toronto 1, 12 innings
Boston 5, Baltimore 1
Cleveland 4, Kansas City 3
N.Y. Yankees 11, Tampa Bay 5
L.A. Angels 5, Texas 4
Detroit at Minnesota, ppd.

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Colorado 11, St. Louis 1
Atlanta 4, N.Y. Mets 3
Washington 8, Miami 3
Chicago Cubs 9, Cincinnati 2
Pittsburgh 4, Milwaukee 1
Arizona 3, San Diego 2
L.A. Dodgers 9, San Francisco 3

 

 

THURSDAY RESULTS – September 22

(volleyball)

(#12-1A)Gehlen Catholic (13-11/4-3) def. Clay Central-Everly 3-0  (25-6, 25-14, 25-10)

Lady Jays statistical leaders:  KILLS– Katie Peters 12  ..  Kaylee Schmit 8  ..  Brooklyn Heissel 6  ..  Kayla Mayer 5.  ASSISTSCatalina Uribe 30.  BLOCKS– Kaylee Schmit 2.  DIGS– Catalina Uribe, Katie Peters & Kayla Mayer 13 each.  SERVING– Valaria Uribe 13-16 / 1 ace  ..  Kayla Mayer 13-14 / 4 aces  ..  Abbie Dickman 13-14 / 3 aces.  NOTE:  Katie Peters had 12 attacks and registered a kill on every attack.

Le Mars (9-4/3-0) def. Spencer 3-0  (25-22, 25-13, 25-17).

Lady Bulldog statistical leaders:  KILLS– Krista Zenk 19  ..  Jecenta Sargisson 10  ..  Jenn Schneider 9.  ASSISTS– Sydney Rand 38.  BLOCKS– Jenn Schneider 2  ..  Krista Zenk & Jecenta Sargisson 1 each.  DIGS– Krista Zenk 6  ..  Haylee Cooper, Sydney Rand & Abby Van Otterloo 4 each.  SERVING– Abby Van Otterloo 14-14  ..  Sydney Rand 12-12 / 1 ace  ..  Krista Zenk 9-9 2 aces  ..  Jenn Schneider 9-9 / 1 ace.  (Team- 92%)

(cross country)

Sioux Center Invitational

(girls results)  TEAM STANDINGS:  1. Bishop Heelan (34)  ..  2. Okoboji (71)  ..  3. Boyden-Hull/Rock Valley (91)  ..  4. Lennox (S.D.) (127)  ..  5. Western Christian (130) (nine teams).  Individual champion:  Amber Aesoph of Bishop Heelan (20:09.60).  No Gehlen Catholic results were available.

(boys results) TEAM STANDINGS:  1. Central Lyon/George-Little Rock (66)  ..  2. Western Christian (78)  ..  3. Bishop Heelan (110)  ..  4. Sergeant Bluff-Luton (133)  ..  5. Lennox (S.D.) (135)   ..  12. Gehlen Catholic (333) (12 teams).  Individual champion:  Joe Anderson of Central Lyon/George-Little Rock (16:41.29).  No Gehlen Catholic results were available.

(high school football)

CLASS 4A – District 1 – Sioux City East 56, Sioux City North 12

(college football)

(5) Clemson 26, Georgia Tech 7

CLEMSON, S.C. – The real Clemson Tigers showed up last night in their 26-7 win at Georgia Tech in their Atlantic Coast Conference opener. Heisman Trophy candidate Deshaun Watson was 32 of 48 for 304 yards, including two TD passes.

(N-F-L football)

New England 27, Houston 0

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – Jacoby Brissett, the first rookie starting quarterback for New England since 1993, passed his first test last night — big-time. The 23-year-old rookie third-stringer completed 11 of 19 passes for 103 yards, and ran for 48 yards and a 27-yard touchdown as the Patriots moved to 3-0 with a 27-0 rout of the Houston Texans.

(major league baseball)

AMERICAN LEAGUE
Detroit 9, Minnesota 2, 1st game
Detroit 4, Minnesota 2, 2nd game
Cleveland 5, Kansas City 2
Tampa Bay 2, N.Y. Yankees 0
Boston 5, Baltimore 3
L.A. Angels 2, Houston 0
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Atlanta 6, Miami 3
N.Y. Mets 9, Philadelphia 8, 11 innings
Milwaukee 3, Pittsburgh 1
L.A. Dodgers 7, Colorado 4
San Francisco 2, San Diego 1

 

 

FRIDAY RESULTS – September 23

(high school football)

LE MARS — Division I recruit, Sabien Clark, ran for 120 yards and three touchdowns to lead Bishop Heelan to a 35-0 win over Le Mars Friday night in a Class 3A District 1 match-up at Jim Lorenzen Field.  The loss put a damper on an otherwise solid week of homecoming celebration for L-C-H-S.  Clark dashed 67 yards for his first touchdown a little over a minute into the game.  Less than three minutes into the second quarter the Crusaders went in front 14-0 when Seth Maxey fell on a Bulldog fumbled center snap in the end zone.  Clark made it 21-0 at the half with a seven-yard TD-jaunt with 4:13 to play in the second quarter.  Clark’s 25-yard run in the third quarter extended the Heelen lead to 28-0 and Andrew Tobin capped the scoring in the fourth quarter with a three-yard run.  Le Mars quarterback Gabe Eckstaine was injured in the second quarter and running back Logan Lancaster ran the offense over the final two and a-half quarters.  Eckstaine was 7-of-10 passing for 51 yards before exiting the game.  Lancaster finished 2-of-10 for 39 yards.  Gabe Toki was limited to 22 yards rushing for Le Mars as the Bulldogs had just 92 yards of offense.  Bishop Heelan had 216 yards.  Le Mars falls to 3-and-2 for the season and 1-and-2 in district play heading into next Friday’s road game in Storm Lake against the unbeaten Tornados.  The game will be carried on KLEM.

MAPLETON — Eli Ellensohn scored on a five-yard run with 6:34 to play in the game to snap a scoreless tie, sending Gehlen Catholic to a 6-0 road win over Maple Valley/Anthon-Oto Friday night in a Class A District 1 match-up in Mapleton.  Cooper Davis’ interception at the Rams 35 set the Jays up for a four-play, 35-yard drive.  Ellensohn finished with 150 yards rushing on 25 carries for Gehlen as the Jays rolled to a season-high 213 yards on the ground.  The Gehlen defense earned their first shutout of the season against an offense for Maple Valley/Anthon-Oto that was averaging 28-points a game through the first four weeks.  The Rams had just 84 yards of offense and three turnovers.  Gehlen intercepted three passes, one in the end zone and another at the five to stop a pair of scoring threats.  Both teams missed field goal attempts.  Bryan Nohava’s second quarter attempt for Gehlen was blocked and Ely Fundermann’s third quarter kick went wide left.  Gehlen improves to 3-and-2 for the season and 2-and-1 in district play heading into Friday’s game against district leader, No. 6 West Sioux.

CLASS 3A – District 1
Bishop Heelan 35, Le Mars (3-2/1-2) 0 (homecoming)
Spencer 20, (#7)Sergeant Bluff-Luton 3
Storm Lake 38, Humboldt 19
Spirit Lake 55, Algona 14

CLASS A – District 1
Gehlen Catholic (3-2/2-1) 6, Maple Valley/Anthon-Oto 0
Westwood 42, Akron-Westfield 40
Woodbury Central 26, Lawton-Bronson 0
(#6)West Sioux 62, West Monona 12

CLASS A – District 2
(#4)Bishop Garrigan 56, MMCRU 0
South O’Brien 34, Sioux Central 27
Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn 20, North Union 6
Ridge View 21, Fort Dodge St. Edmond 7

CLASS 1A – District 1
(#8)Western Christian 41, (#4)Hinton 28
(#3)West Lyon 60, Alta-Aurelia 7
Sibley-Ocheyedan 27, Unity Christian 6
Okoboji 20, Emmetsburg 14

CLASS 2A – District 1
Cherokee 35, M-O-C/Floyd Valley 27
Sioux Center 35, Estherville/Lincoln Central 21
(#4)Boyden-Hull/Rock Valley 54, Pocahontas Area/Laurens-Marathon 6
(#8)Central Lyon/George-Little Rock 35, Sheldon 21

CLASS 4A – District 2
(#2)Dowling Catholic 69, Sioux City West 6

EIGHT-MAN – District 1
Newell-Fonda 40, Remsen St. Mary’s 12
(#10)Graettinger-Terril/Ruthven-Ayrshire 68, Kingsley-Pierson 7
(#6)Harris-Lake Park 75, Siouxland Christian/Whiting 6
West Bend-Mallard 58, Clay Central-Everly 6

(college football)

(24) Utah 31, U-S-C 27

(major league baseball)

INTERLEAGUE
Baltimore 3, Arizona 2, 12 innings

AMERICAN LEAGUE
Toronto 9, N.Y. Yankees 0
Boston 2, Tampa Bay 1
Cleveland 10, Chicago White Sox 4
Detroit 8, Kansas City 3
L.A. Angels 10, Houston 6
Seattle 10, Minnesota 1
Texas 3, Oakland 0

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Chicago Cubs 5, St. Louis 0
Pittsburgh 6, Washington 5, 11 innings
Atlanta 3, Miami 2
N.Y. Mets 10, Philadelphia 5
Milwaukee 5, Cincinnati 4
L.A. Dodgers 5, Colorado 2
San Diego 7, San Francisco 2

 

 

SATURDAY RESULTS – September 24

(volleyball)

Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn Tournament 

Gehlen Catholic went 6-and-0 to win the championship and improve to 18-and-11

(#12-1A)Gehlen Catholic def. South O’Brien 2-0  (21-13, 21-10)

(#12-1A)Gehlen Catholic def. Newell-Fonda 2-0  (21-16, 21-18)

(#12-1A)Gehlen Catholic def. Trinity Christian 2-0  (21-15, 22-20)

(#12-1A)Gehlen Catholic def. Rock Valley 2-0  (21-10, 21-15)

(#12-1A)Gehlen Catholic def. Okoboji 2-0  (21-19, 21-10)

Lady Jays statistical leaders for the tournament:  KILLS– Katie Peters 35  ..  Brooklyn Heissel & Kaylee Schmit 22 each.  ASSISTSCatalina Uribe 74.  BLOCKS– Katie Peters 6.  DIGS– Catalina Uribe 45  ..  Katie Peters & Brooklyn Heissel 29 each.  SERVING– Catalina Uribe 35-35 / 10 aces  ..  Valeria Uribe 33-35 / 8 aces  ..  Kayla Mayer 26-28 / 7 aces  ..  Abby Dickman 22-23 / 3 aces.  

 

Unity Christian Tournament

Le Mars went 1-and-4 for the day giving the Lady Bulldogs a 10-and-8 record

(#3-2A)Unity Christian def. Le Mars 2-0  (21-15, 21-14)

(#6-3A)Sioux Center def. Le Mars 2-1  (21-18, 18-21, 21-12)

Sioux Falls Christian def. Le Mars 2-0  (21-17, 21-8)

Le Mars def. Southwest Christian 2-1  (22-20, 19-21, 15-7)

(#7-4A)Sergeant Bluff-Luton def. Le Mars 2-0  (21-17, 21-13)

Lady Bulldogs statistical leaders for the tournament:  KILLS– Krista Zenk 42  ..  Jenn Schneider 24  ..  Jecenta Sargisson 16  ..  Anna Ahlrich 10.  ASSISTS– Sydney Rand 85.  BLOCKS– Jenn Schneider 13  ..  Sydney Rand 7.  DIGS– Krista Zenk 40  ..  Sydney Rand 27  ..  Jecenta Sargisson 26  ..  Jenn Schneider 20  ..  Abby Van Otterloo 17  ..  Halee Cooper 13.  SERVING– Jecenta Sargisson 39-43 / 3 aces  ..  Abby Van Otterloo 31-33 / 4 aces  ..  Sydney Rand 31-33 / 2 aces  ..  Krista Zenk 31-32 / 3 aces  ..  Haylee Cooper 23-24 / 2 aces  ..  Jenn Schneider 21-22 / 1 ace.

 

(college football)

PISCATAWAY, N.J. — Akrum Wadley scored on 26-yard run on the play after Iowa’s defense forced a turnover deep in Rutgers’ territory and the Hawkeyes rebounded from their stunning loss to North Dakota State with a 14-7 victory over tougher-than-expected Rutgers on Saturday.  Safety Brandon Snyder set up the score by stripping the ball from receiver Andre Patton with just under nine minute to play to help Iowa (3-1, 1-0 Big Ten) win its ninth straight regular-season conference game and its seventh straight league win on the road.  C.J. Beathard threw a 36-yard touchdown pass to tight end George Kittle late in the first half to give Iowa a 7-0 lead.  Rutgers (2-2, 0-1) tied the game early in the fourth quarter on a 14-yard touchdown pass from Chris Laviano to Patton.

EVANSTON, Ill. — Tommy Armstrong Jr. threw for 246 yards and ran for a career-high 132 to lead No. 20 Nebraska to a 24 -13 victory over Northwestern on Saturday night in the Big Ten opener for both teams.  The Cornhuskers (4-0) remained unbeaten coming off a tight win over Oregon that vaulted them into the Associated Press Top 25 for the first time since December 2014.

AMES — Jacob Park threw for 165 yards and three touchdowns and Iowa State thumped San Jose State 44-10 on Saturday, giving coach Matt Campbell his first win with the Cyclones.  Mike Warren rushed for a season-high 103 yards for Iowa State (1-3), which finally had some success rotating starter Joel Lanning and Park.  San Jose State freshman Josh Love threw for 155 yards, but he was also picked off four times. The Spartans (1-3) sorely missed starter Kenny Potter, who was out with a right leg injury.

Iowa 14, Rutgers 7
(20) Nebraska 24, Northwestern 13
Iowa State 44, San Jose State 20
U-N-I and U-S-D were idle

Wisconsin-Whitewater 35, Morningside 21
Northwestern 42, Briar Cliff 7
Midland Lutheran 41, Dordt 33
Wayne State 23, St. Cloud State 22
Simpson 17, Buena Vista 9

Top 25:
(1) Alabama 48, Kent State 0
(3) Louisville 59, Marshall 28
(4) Michigan 49, Penn State 10
(6) Houston 64, Texas State 3
(7) Stanford 22, U-C-L-A 13
(11) Wisconsin 30, (8) Michigan State 6
(9) Washington 35, Arizona 28, OT
(10) Texas A&M 45, Arkansas 24
(23) Mississippi 45, (12) Georgia 14
(13) Florida State 55, South Florida 35
(14) Tennessee 38, (19) Florida 28
(16) Baylor 35, Oklahoma State 24
Auburn 18, (18) L-S-U 13

(major league baseball)

INTERLEAGUE
Baltimore 6, Arizona 1

AMERICAN LEAGUE
Kansas City 7, Detroit 4
Texas 5, Oakland 0
Toronto 3, N.Y. Yankees 0
Boston 6, Tampa Bay 4
Chicago White Sox 8, Cleveland 1
L.A. Angels 10, Houston 4
Minnesota 3, Seattle 2

NATIONAL LEAGUE
St. Louis 10, Chicago Cubs 4
Washington 6, Pittsburgh 1
Miami 6, Atlanta 4
Cincinnati 6, Milwaukee 1
Philadelphia 10, N.Y. Mets 8
San Francisco 9, San Diego 6, 10 innings
L.A. Dodgers 14, Colorado 1

SUNDAY RESULTS – September 25

(golf)

UNDATED — Arnold Palmer was one of the most popular figures ever in golf, generating a fervid fan base while winning seven major championships among his 62 PGA titles. Palmer has died in Pittsburgh at age 87.  Arnold Palmer Enterprises CEO Alastair Johnson confirmed that the golf legend died Sunday of complications from heart problems. Johnson added that Palmer was admitted to the hospital Thursday for some cardiovascular work and weakened over the last few days.  Palmer’s good looks, mischievous demeanor and risky playing style made him a fan favorite while he helped to grow the sport on television. He came off as an “everyman,” as he hitched up his pants, flicked away a cigarette and attack the flags.  Palmer’s playing career included memorable moments at the U.S. Open, where he rallied from seven shots down to win and once blew a seven-stroke lead on the back nine to lose.

(N-F-L football)

Washington 29, N.Y. Giants 27
Miami 30, Cleveland 24, OT
Green Bay 34, Detroit 27
Minnesota 22, Carolina 10
Denver 29, Cincinnati 17
Buffalo 33, Arizona 18
Baltimore 19, Jacksonville 17
Oakland 17, Tennessee 10
Seattle 37, San Francisco 18
Los Angeles 37, Tampa Bay 32
Indianapolis 26, San Diego 22
Philadelphia 34, Pittsburgh 3
Kansas City 24, N.Y. Jets 3
Dallas 31, Chicago 17

(major league baseball)

INTERLEAGUE
Baltimore 2, Arizona 1

AMERICAN LEAGUE
Toronto 4, N.Y. Yankees 3
Boston 3, Tampa Bay 2, 10 innings
Chicago White Sox 3, Cleveland 0
Kansas City 12, Detroit 9
Houston 4, L.A. Angels 1
Seattle 4, Minnesota 3
Oakland 7, Texas 1

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Atlanta at Miami, cancelled
N.Y. Mets 17, Philadelphia 0
Washington 10, Pittsburgh 7
Cincinnati 4, Milwaukee 2
L.A. Dodgers 4, Colorado 3, 10 innings
San Diego 4, San Francisco 3
Chicago Cubs 3, St. Louis 1

MIAMI — The baseball world is mourning the loss of Jose Fernandez.  Authorities say the Marlins right-hander and two others were killed when their 32-foot vessel slammed into a jetty off Miami Beach. The remains of the boat and bodies were found early Sunday morning. A spokesman for the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission says none of the victims wore a life jacket, and that there was no immediate indication that alcohol or drugs were a cause in the crash.  Fernandez won the National League Rookie of the Year award in 2013 and had successfully returned to form following Tommy John surgery. The two-time All-Star was 38-17 with a 2.58 ERA in 76 starts over his four-year major league career. He had a 16-8 record with a 2.86 earned run average and 253 strikeouts in 182 1/3 innings this season.  Sunday’s game between the Marlins and visiting Atlanta Braves was canceled.

(college football)

UNDATED — L-S-U is making changes to its football program following a 2-2 start that comes on the heels of a No. 5 ranking in the A-P preseason football poll.  Head coach Les Miles and offensive coordinator Cam Cameron have been dismissed a day after an 18-13 loss at Auburn. Miles was 114-34 in 12 seasons as coach of the Tigers.  Defensive line coach Ed Orgeron has been promoted to interim head coach.

— Notre Dame coach Brian Kelly has fired defensive coordinator Brian VanGorder after Saturday’s 38-35 loss to Duke dropped the Irish to 1-3. The school tweeted a news release saying VanGorder is being replaced by defensive analyst Greg Hudson.

— Florida International has fired football coach Ron Turner and replaced him with defensive coordinator Ron Cooper. Turner’s 10-30 record with the Panthers includes an 0-4 mark this year.